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An object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
ebould keep posted where they car. buy Groceties the cl eapm. as many
dollars can be ve'l by keeping posted in prices.
Lnok oer your book arcr u it nnil see what you are Trying for the
ni:n'erous urtx'es you buy cvl'y, thn po to ARNOLD'S and
He lifts the lar-rsst nnd best seJ.-ctfd stock without doubt in the thrae
cities. One e.!ince in his tore U sure to convince unjbody that he
csnr.os be undersold.
1620 Second Avenue.
Are You Going to
If you are, you should have a peir of
We have them in Suede and Satin,
All colors, all widths and all sizes.
See "THE DUCHESS."
IT'S A BEAUTY.
Gentlemen's slippers we have them aso.
Bis line, at the right price.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
Riding Boots, fur lined.
Boudor Slipper, eight new
CO. P. 8TATJDTJHAR
ami iupcrintrndeiico for all ciw ol
"is W Wii 55. Mitchell & Lynde bo'.W'.nf
-!:-r..-jr. Ilol.ahle Icmedy. Famon every
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i o., Dotcn, Mass,
i SOI, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
Jilif.tn sun oith
rjrV.'T kr.o.n. a Mrvlloin.!r'j ,ao-
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Moro:co Slippers,
all colors and styles.
LAI OK. TIME, MOSET
Vett it youi 01: " -k
the bea : ap -?.a-
For a-hiii& Vaeiiiu- ns.j.
WARKOCH & RAISI'OK.
F.r good pure candies ga to Krell &
"Faust and Marguerite" at the theatre
Miss Mabel Djdge is visiting friends at
II R. Burrows, of Chester. 111., is here
on a visit to friends.
H P. Humphreys of Sheffield. Ill . is
in the city on a short visit to friends.
Brilliantly sensational; tbrillinely
tmof.onal is "Faust and Mareurite."
A most terribly realistic portraiture of
dire calamity is "Faust and Marguerite."
Go to J. T. Dixon's and h ave your
measure f or a suit or overcoat at reduced
WMEggleston came home from Nor
folk, Neb., to spend a few days with his
Noihinj nicer than a box of fine candy
for a present, and Kre'.l & Math have the
Miss Jennie Ilurd is ho-ne from Chi
cago on a visit of several days to her folks
Miss M. Lulu Carlton left this mornics;
for BeHrdmown on a visit to her sister,
Mrs. F. W. Young.
John Griffith will play the devil in
"Faust and Marguerite" at Harper's
theatre th; evenini;
Dixon, the tailor, hi vn over stock of
winter tm J. Lnvj jour order with
him at rrouced price.
Owirt: to U:e over gruel; of winter
coods J. T. Dixon will mnk you a suit
or overcout at reduced prices.
DoTi't friret that the best goods wins
tri(ie. Krtll & Malb have the finest and
then-fore hive the best trade.
A dramatic sensation bordering on s;;h
lioiiiy. is tlm p!nv, "Faust and Mar-uer-!'?.''
i i,e seen at Unrper's lhen'.rc tj-
irvi-d your ordt r for same, fih lob-s'i-s,
clams, 11 hell and canned " s to
Hnrry SmythcV. Is. 9 Srin-.: ' i v -ntie
Conductor Ed. T?rry and wife urrivtd
in tlie city lst evening and are registered
at the Harper, having just returned from
their wedding tour through the sou'h.
VT . B. Freshman returned on Monday
from Kansas City, where he together with
his wife had gone on a visit. Mrs. Fresh
man will remain thtro a couple of weeks
visiting with friends.
At the rate things are going, the work
on the Rock Itiand bridge may be done
in less than the month anticipated. Tne
contracting company is cutting out the
old timbers, letting "tbem fall on the ice
below. The new girders arj being put
in rapidly, there being no riveting to do.
The new planks are being placed on
them and the street car comp-inv has men
follow with the rails, and altogether
everything is soing like clockwork.
27 Estate of George J. Ziegler. Final
report of i dministrator filed and order ap
proving same nisi bv Jan. 7. 1893 and
that adminis'rator notity heirs by person
Estate cf Caerles E. Smith. Ded'.raus
protestatem issued to not kry public cf
Denver. Ci , to tske deposition of Jad
son D. .Ve:zgi;r, one of subscribing wit
nesses to will .
Es'ate r.f Richard Nuiton. Proof of
death. Will admitted to probate.
Death in Tlieir Work.
Gilders, photographers and those who
handle the hjclric and potassic cyanides
are liable to sutler frcm chronic poisoning
by hydrocyanic acid. They have head
ache, giddinea-s, noises in the ear, difficult
respiration, pain over the heart, loss of ap
petite in short, show all the evidences of
mild poisoning. Zinc workers, too, suffer.
Zinc is used as a pigment in calico print
ing, in discoloring glass, in polishing op
tical glasses and in making artificial meer
So men die in the harness in these and
a hundred other occupations, killed by the
very air they breathe. And other men
atep into their shoes. Xew York World.
What'B the use of feelins languid.
Mopy, dull art bine?
Cleanse the b'ood anil give it vigor;
Mijic the old man new,
IJo? I'll te'.l yoo. To the drug Horn
Go thie very day
Buy a medicine to banish
All your ills away
And that medicine is Dr. Pierce's Golden Mtdical
Discovery, the very best blood purifier on earth
It bnilds up and strengthens the tyctem because
it cleanses the blood, and that's what the py?tem
must have to be strong and healthy. There's
nothing that eqnuls it. Absolutely sold on trial !
Your money bck, if it doesn't bcrefit or cure
Love's Ludicrous Nantes.
There is nothing runnier to the woman
than the names a man calls her when he is
in love. The appositeness of these at the
time she takes for granted, but in less dis
turlied moments it seems that they must
have Im'cii a joke, and no one can so appre
ciate tiieir humor as herself. "The sort of
epithets that have been bestowed on me,"
confides one of the p- r-ons to whom such
words are luldn-s.scd, "are 'Snowbird, '
Saov.-crop,' .vt'.;,v.er.' 'Whispering
Dove.' 1 r- i et !i v. ! didn't make.", full col
lecticiii as 1 : a'ong. I'.::t t he or 1 y :i:u:.e
uliich setms'to have ha'l yrain of sense
was when a ;n:.ti called ir.i; M slim yotit::;
n'.ae.' Now. thai i- ;.i:l;er out of the or-
dinary, bi;t 1 can ia. ;ivt in it a certain d;s
crinth.a io:i cy.ti :.; a umnieut when (lis
criminal k:i can !.' scarce!:; expected. Since
I have niwa vs rt s:,. tcd t hat loan." New
York Kvtjiii:;.: .Su.
,luil in tliu libiss!;':.
It isestimat'd tl.i.t the M'ssNsippi r:vvr
annually il.al.aivv .- in.o the tin if of Mex
ico rJ,riO(.),ii'j, .I'O,'. cc.ljic f' it i.f va-.'.iT.
tf ll:i iiroMc'imis filiantitv ll;e l-tl.i.'Ot.'I !l
part will he stdiiaeut. Thus the Missis
sippi annually dcjiosits alone into the (Juif
of ilexico sufficient mud to cover a square
imie oi suriace to a ueiguc oi -io leec
nf rirind's Shts ltmrilla is always within
the bounds of reason because it is true;
it always sppouls to tne soier, common
u..Ti.i! of thinking rjeonle because it is
tru' ; aDd it is alw.ys fully substantiated
bv tmlorFemeuis wnicn, m tne nnanciai
v.irl.4. would be accepted without a mo
nsfci'. b. ittation.
For a general family cathartic we con
fldently recommend Hood's Pills.
Hillsdale, Dec. 26. He v. Wood, of
Orion, win commence a sar es of lectures
at Bethel Tuetdy evening, on the life of
Chri-t in the old testament: There will
be six lectures by fix diff real preachers.
All are coriially iavited.
It is said Mr. Stephenson is very low
and that also more of the fnmilv are very
ill. - 3
Watch meetinz at Bethel Saturday
night. There will be services also by
8chool will begin at EiUraiise this
week again . The scho l has been closed
two weeks on account of the teicher be
ing sick. We understand a new teacher
has been employed.
Revival meeiins will begin at the
United Brethren church this "eek.
A Phil H rnjniM
The pleasant flavor, gtntie action and
cii-ilV. KT,. .4 o - -" i
curti cjmpoi r if;s, nnen
" utu a iHAauvr, nuu if ine iHirtr or j
mother be costive or bilious, the most )
Kiaiuj.iiK results ioiiow its use, so that
it is Ihe best ff.mi'.y remedy known, and
eve'v family should have a bottle.
To any station ast of Missouria River
and within a radius of 200 miles from
Eellins fetation, the C. B. & O. offers a
rale of one fare and one-third for tho
round trip. Tickets on sale Dec.
31. 1S92. January 1st. and 2ad,
1S93, cood toretorn to Jun 3rd, 1893.
P. S. Ecstis, H. D. Mack,
G. P. A. D. P. A.
Chicago. Rocfe Island
While the bridac is closed the C , R. I.
& P. will run trains to Davenport every
hou r, commtac iog at 5 30 a. m. The
b.st 1 rain leaves Rock Island at 8:30 p.
m. Re'urtiDg train leaves Davenport on
even hours. F.H.I'lcmmer.
I have not use i nil of nun hnttl rn T
suffered fiom catarrh for 12 years, exper,
iencingthe nauseating dropping in the
throat peculiar to that disease, and nose
oiea almost daily. I trud various reme-
liea without, benefit until ls: April,
when I saw Ely's Cream B-Jra advertised
n the Boston Bud'"et. I nrocnrprl & tint.
tie, and since the first day's U9e have bad
no more meeding the soreness is en
tirely gone, D. G Davidson, with the
Boston Budiret. fjrmerlv with Itostnn
Son of llarry K. Euby, of Columbia, ra.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
" Until my hoy was six years of age he was
from birth a trrribJc xaffcrrr from scrofu
lous humor. Sores would appear ou him anj
spread until as Lnrc n n IoIIar and then
discharge, followed by others, so thatthe larger
part of his body was n mn cf nam all
the time, espeeiallv severe on Ins lees and hack
of his cars and ou'his head. The humor had a
very offensive odor, and caused
We cannot tell how tliat poor hoy suffered In
all those years. Physicians did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to give him Hood's
Sarsaparilla, as my druggist recommended
it In about two weeks the Sarsaparilla began
to have effect.. The sores commenced to hcM
up; the flesh began to look more natural and
healthy. Then the scales came off and all over
his body new and healthy flesh and skin formed.
When he had taken two bottles be was entirely
free from sores, having only the scars to show
where they had been. These have all disap
peared, we are unable to express our thanks
for the good
has done our little boy." Harkt K. Kcbt,
Box 856, Columbia. Pennsylvania.
mo'!' PILL.S core Oonntitiati.n: oy rastoi'.
- - in ner.staltie ?.cttop 0 .he aiiiuentarr canal.
ME L'TTLE FOLKS,
It is tin little folks that tear
dowii the vines, says Sv,lo
mar. It is th i little things that
count in life. It is the little
colds tlat count It is sencliDg
tie children to bei with wer
feet that biiogs on the croup.
It is catching a little cold and
nfglecting it that brings disease
and sickness It is catching
sore throat and then goirig
about unprotected that f nds in
dvplithena and death. Watch
these little source?. It dees
net take muf-h time,liut it is the
little safeguards that c- unt in
the battle of life. When 3 ou
get a eore throat or cold take
Keid's (jrt-rman Cough and Kid
ney Cure. It is the best thing
in the world for every form of
disease that arises from a co'd.
Statistics show that nine-ienths
of the entire human race perish
from this cause: It follows,
therefore, that if you will avoid
taking cold your chances for
long life are doubled. This
reat remedy does notoury slop
yenr cough but it restores your
circulation to its normal condi
tion and thus enables the bvs
tem to throw off the malady.
Get this great remedy cf any
Sylvan TJiotedy Co ,
e Are Showing-
..' - r ..f-rTiKa ,-1
Sideboards, Clipboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK,
S22 Brady Street, Davenport. 1:
Open till 9 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
314 BRADY STREET,
The Pat.l and Wnrrr.R Goods are now In. DAVENPORT,
Remember e are showing ihe krgefct and n ost varied
assortment of Dcmkstic and JjiFofiTKi) gcods in th thre
fciiies. Suits made to your measure from 20 to $10; Troa
seTs made to your measure $5 to $12
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will belknown as the
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
BORST VON KOECKRITZ. Pharmacist.
eleDhoiie 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
KMOflCTUBEB OF CRICIEK 110 OTTS,
Afk Vor Ororer for Tbem.
They are Bert.
I The Ciiristy "OTfTER" atd Ctrifty "Vatxil
1803 Second Avenue.
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