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THE:: AltGUS; FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1891.
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Low prices always tell, the story when quality is
not sacrificed. I can sell you better
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Etc.,
For less money than anyone in the Tri-cities, and
give you credit at no extra charge. My stock
consists principally of :
Lounges and couches,
Side boards and cupboards,
Extension and parlor tables,
Cane and wood seat chairs,
Carpets, rugs and curtains,
Oil cloths and shades,
Mattresses and bedding,
And many other HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
Cash or Credit; No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK.
322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open erery evening nntil 8:00 o'clock, and Saturday's until 10:00 p.
AGENCY FOR THE
T7l1 riTl O fl STEAM and HOT WATER
Office and Shop 219 Eighteenth Street. Telephone 11
CHAS. W. YERBfKY, Manaser.
Hock Island, 111.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THK WILL KNOWN-
Stab Block, Opposite Harper Houbb.
baa purchased for the
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and liner stock than eT.r. These pood, will arrive In a few days. Wait and tee them.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
J. T. O'CONNOR, Proprietor.
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
Thla new Sample Room In now open for bualneea. The beet of Wine., Liquor, and An
Imported Cigars always on hand.
A --' $2.50if er Gallon.
BZOHISr &c ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Stieet
f) HWIHOOD REST0REI)!Kr4S
1 C, nnrmii to enre nil narrow dlea". wh as WVak Memorr.
fiy v Loot Brum I'owor. Ilratlnohe. Wnkotuliirs.. L t Manhood. NIshtlT Kinls-
-jS. I sums. Nrvmi tne, Lnxtutude. alt drains and lu of power of the Ueneratue
WS' Organs In eitt fcritpx canned by overexertion, yi'Ultiful erro-ii, or xce9ive
v uef tolwct. opiuni or stimulants which 4000 iead to InOrmlt v. ConMimp-
-r.tlim and Insanity. Put up convenient to carry In vast pocket. VI per park
wmMtmdsmu asehT mnil:6 for5. With every to order we pif a imtun gunmntte (ocure
ansa kwq. pr reiuici Uu money. Circular free. Address Kcr e Meeel Chieuso, 111.
sale ia Rock island by Hartz & Baunsen, 8d Are. tad 20th street.
Tws Vt ry Pleaaaat Errata at the
Hampton, Nor. 4 The young people
of the M. E. church care an entertain
raeni at Crompton'a ball Tuesday evening.
Ojt. 27, which was lareelv attended.
Following ia the programme.
Maslcoj quartette, "Tncy That Walt Vpoa the
Prayer by His. Madge Adams
Solo, "Little Sunshine1' ........ by Anna Oilman
Declaration, "The Last Hymn". ...Mrs. Kobiuson
Tableau "Pygmalion and tialatea"
Pantomime "Toe Mae'c Mirror"
Reclamation, "Our Mother Toneue," Emily Corrin
Tableau temptai Ion" three scenes
A Buonower concert
Tablean "Liberty Enlighuning the World"
Decamation "Taking npthe Collectiou"
by Miss Madge dam.
Solo "When ! is Starlight"
by Miss Kt e Gla itz.
Tableau "Bridal Scenes Down by the Sea"
Soag Singing "Sfcule"
The parts were all carried out very
nicely. The solo by Anna Oilman was
all that could bare been expected, and
she surely was the star of the evening, aa
she took fire of the most prominent parts.
The tableau. "Pygmalion and Galatea,"
was not alone a thing of ereatbetfuty.but
also of great wonder. Pfgmalion wag
represented by T. B. Downer, attired in
an ancient sculptor's dress, mostly white,
gazing with rapture at Galatea, whose
snowy robes were no whiter than ber
face and extended arm. as she stood on a
white block. Galatea waa represented by
Mies Lizzie Oilman
The tableau "Tempation" by Mr. and
Mrs. Robinson and Anna Oilman was
rery impressive, also "Ltoerty Eilight
ening the World," by Miss Cary. Charles
Sikes was the young man in the magic
mirror. The declamations were all eood.
The sunflower concert and the singing
"skule" made the most merriment of all.
The music was furnished by Q. B Henry,
G. P. and J . L. McNaboey and Miss Kel
ler. After the entertainment coffee and
doughnuts were served. The collection
amounted to f 27.
Wednesday morning the following in
vitations were received: "You are invi
ted to attend a 'Hallowe'en. Guees
where' party. 7:33 to 11:3(1 p m., Hamp
ton, III Miss Stella Vincent.
R 8. V. P. Mrs. M. S. Heagy "
Long before the time appointed the
guests began to throng the streets, some
wire gathered around Stella Vincent's
porch, while some were trying to get into
the windows to get reserved seats in
ftella Vincent's parlor. Home were al
the residence south of Vogel's pi ice,
while others were setking remote places,
and the place was not guessed until the
ladies saw fl -. to make a brilliant light at
Miss Cora Stoddard's residence, wnere all
had a rtry enjoyable time, and many
Hallowe'en games were played. After
the party some of the very young folks
went out to see bow 'bey could settle
their suppers, and after being driven
frem the eovt-rnmtnt office by the worthy
night watob, Mr. Claton. and giving a
few cat concerts they retired sUo. Trn
next on tap is a "guess-when" partvl o be
given by U H W endel and C. E. Sikes
I be K. S. v . rs. are coming in nicely
Cokdova. Nor. 4. The Baptist
church will commence a series of revival
meetings soon. Rev. Cclwell's brother
from New Yoik is expected to be present.
James Green his opened bis shoe shop
The Port Byron Lime association ex
pects to close one at its kilns shortly.
The Cordova Literary society is talking
of opening a series of debates this winter
Lewis Cool has returned from Chicago,
and will soend the winter with his family.
J. J. Johnson, or Umaba, was here last
week looking after his lime and farming
L. C Stockwell, Jr., is preparing to
move in the rooms lately occupied by
Prof. Frank Mullery.
Uuite a number of small boats and
crattof all kinds ere floating down the
nrer seeking warmer climate. -
The little babe of Harry Smith, whose
wife was buried here a short time ago.
was buried on Tuesday of this week.
John Woodward, of Led aire, a brother
of the late George H. Woodward, was
buried in our cemetery on Monday.
Joseph Philkill, who has been rising
in New Jersey for several months, baa
returned, and reports good crops and lots
Dehorning cattle seems to be the order
of the dsy, quite a number of our
farmers baring been converted to the
idea. The saw has been busy lately.
Most of the farmers are busy busking
corn. Wages are low in this 'immediate
ricinity, but just across the river wages
are good, being 1.50 p?r day and board.
House cleaning is the order of the day
and when you see a man emerging from
the back door corered with soot, it is
reasonable to expect to see the air blue.
Wood Quick and wife who were mar
ried just Uve years toe 2ad of Nor , were
surprised on that erening by the appear
ance of relatives and friend: to the num
ber 50 who made the air resound
with their merry chatter. A number
cf presents were brought and
after partaking of a bountiful re Das t, the
young people tripped the light fantastic
toe until the wee small hours.
Andalusia, Nor. 3. The people of
tnis vicinity are taking advantage of the
present fine weather by harvesting their
corn, which is one of the best crops bar
rested for many years both in quality and
John Britton spent Sunday at home.
Jake Standley is working for Harper
Does Peter Garrity break a horse every
time be goes up in the ricinity of Coal
George A. Gardner has gone to Saran
na to care for his son Edgar who has an
attack of typhoid fever.
Henry and Schuvhr Thorn oson, each
paid $3-25 in fine and costs for shosting
on the premises of Dr. 11. liowman.
August Hartrnan will farm the Snider
place next year. Adoph Snider is going
on zvenneay s farm.
Ike Richardson has purchased the
Wells farm at this place, price 0.000.
which is very cheap considering the 1
cation, water lupply and richness of the
soil. , ... :
J. II. Brookman and sons haye pur.
chased rue old liyery barn, and are fixing
it up in good shape to protect their fins
equines from the chilly blasts.
We hare noticed recently a great many
Drury township people hauling their ap
ples to Rock Island. They are beginning
to learn the place to sell as well as to
James G. Britton risited . Muscatine
last Saturday, crossing the high bridge.
and corroborates the statement that it is
a high bfliige, especially when the wind
blows like it did Satuiday.
A Mries of meeiinita iB being held at
the Baptist church by two evangelists,
Houser & Houghton. A great -deal of in -terest
is manifested and the house is
crowded erery evening.
Waat might hare been a serious ac
cident occurred on the race tract Satur
day Dave Richardson and Dr. Sott
were driving ajhen Dare's borse became
partially unmanageable, and ran into the
doctor's cart, upsetting both rigs, and
then some distance, but could not escape
the firm grip of his master, though drag
ging after him
Coal Valley, Nor. 3 tT. J. Murphy,
of Milan, was here on 8atuidsy.
The missionary society will meet next
Micha 1 Delange ia goffering with a se
rere attark of rheumatism.
Frank Naylor is repairing his old corn
cribs, ready for buying
The native of Bulgaria did not lecture
on Saturday erening as was expected.
Mr. and Mrs. J ..S. Stoddard lost their
infant child on Monday. It was two days
Patrick McClelen died at the county
farm Saturday morning from heart fail
are. Rer. T. B. Turbune preached at Bulah
in the forenoon and at the county farm in
the afternoon. Sunday.
Samuel G-ibet, Jr., has been spending
a couple of weeks' vacation here, but will
return to Chicago on the 3 1.
Mrs. Jennie Jenks returned last week to
Brooklyn, Poweshiek county, Iowa. She
had been absent from here for nine years
W. H. H Dow, steward of the county
farm, returned Saturday from Jackson
ville, from taking some insane inmates
David Warnock took a car of short
horned cattle to Marshall county, Iowa,
and sold them at public sale. He got
good prices for them.
The new building at the county farm
is being plastered. There hare been sev
eral small improrements made there the
past saason. The buildings have about
all been repaint' d. and the bouse is in
first class condition. The crops on the
farm have been good.
0?s.ers at Krell & Math's.
Call on E B. McKown for hard wood
and soft coi.!. Telephone 1.193.
Send your friends to Krell & Ma'h's
for a dish of fresh oysters Aerved ia any
way you may with for. M
You can recommend Krelt & Math to
anybody, aa they hare the best oysters
and know how b-.st to serve them. -
Remember the cold weather does not
affect the ice cream business a particle.
You can get a dish, brick, melon, pyramid
or individual ire cream at any time, no
matter how cold the weather is, at Krell
B. Birkenfeld offers tor sale his entire
stock of books, stationery, confectionery
and toys, ice cream parlors and fixtures
complete. Also bis property for sale or
rent for any number of years to suit
State ok Ohio, City of Toledo, .
Lucas County. j
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be is
the senior partner of the firm of P. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
' Frask J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 8th day of December,
A. D.. 1886.
A. W. Glbason,
seal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Syrup of Tigs.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with the medical virtues of plants known
to be most beneficial to the human sys
tem, acts gentlv, on tbe kidneys, liver
and bowels, effectually cleansing the
system, dispelling cold and headaches,
and curing habitual constipation.
The soft glow of tbe tea rose is ac-
uirea uy laaies wno use 1'ozzom s (J tm
o Genuine Xq,
sad will ever be tbe
Gout. Influenza. Backache.
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &o
Before yon need to boy, obtain
S3-FREE OP CHARCE-C
the valuable booki "Golds to Health," wHli
naerseouma i prouuaeut pujsnaaai.
3IO Broadway,! .
Prize Medals Awarded!
rBnTopeaa Houses I Undo lstadt, London,
Vienna, Prague, Rotterdam, Oltea
Buremberr. Juoatetn. Leinaio.
1 50 Cents a bottle, For Sale fay
and other druggists.
California farm Prodnets.
Cost of production: Net profits: given
by a thousand farmers. Also hundreds
of questions answered about California.
Sent free on application to A. Phillips &
Co , 105 Clark street, Chicago, III., or
296 Washington street, Boston. Mans. -
GOLD USUAL, PABIS, 1373.
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
are used ia its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily . digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocers everywhere).
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester. Mass.
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New. Mid. K,T J Wl B "
will be paid for a recipe enabling
us to make Wolff's Acme Black
ing at such a price that the retailer
can profitably sell it at IOC. a bottle.
At present the retail price is roc.
This offer i open until January ist., 1S93. For
particulars address the undersigncv.
Acme Blacking is made oi pure alcohol,
other liquid dressings ere made cf w.iter.
Water costs nothing. Alcohol is dear. Who
can show us how to make it without elcohol
so that we can make Acme Clacking as cheap
as water dressing, or put it in fancy pack
ages like many of the water dressings, and
then charge for the outside appearance in
stead of charging for the contents of the
WOLFF ft RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
is the name of a paint of which a 25c. bottle
'is enough to make six scratched and dulled
cherry chairs look like newly finished ma.
Ihoganies. It will do many other remarkable
lungs which no other paint can do.
All retailers sell it
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Office, cor Ct,l :f'l ye W ,
Uoors: S to 12' , m '."',J i'"vh
DR. J. E. HAWTHDRl;
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Office oyer Don', ""l
Mitchell & Lynde's Block, Room
E. M. PEAECE,
Boom 33 in M'tchel 4 LjW.r.,- k
Express and Aloviif
Al) order promptly ittendedso, (J
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DAVIS & CO.,
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A complete stock
of Pipe,Brass Goods,
Packing, Hose, Fire
Sole Agents for
We gnirantes every tns per'ect, and will send Oafs, Twenty Dy' tria', to rMpotfitt
par.le.. Safety Beatln; Boilers and Con ractors for fiiruithing and
laying Water and Sewer Pipe.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, HI. I 1712 First Ave,, Rock Island
Telephone 2526. Telephone 11 4 S.
Residence Telephone 100.
The Art Garland
Is the leading hard coal stove of the world. 1
has stood the test of time, and has proven itsel
to be the Prince of Base Burners. If vou are in
need of a hard coal stove, it will pay you to a
and, examine the merits of the Art Garland; iri
sold with a positive guarantee that it has no equal
The Riverside Oak . , .
Is the best for soft coal.
It will not gas or smoke.
It will keep fire all night.
It" has a large ash pan.
It has heavy steel body.
It is guaranteed in every respect.
Gall and examine our immense line ot Stoe
and Ranges. '
1615'and 1617 Second avenue, Rock Wna 111