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THE AKUUS FHinAY- DE(1F.Mln:w !aO ism.
An object lesson is sometimes given without intent
should keep posted where they can buy Gromies the che ipes', as macy
dollars vsn be 6ve:l t;y keepini.' p 'Rie t in prices.
Liok over your book mcu it i.C'l Ktti what 'u re paying for the
numerous hrtic'c. von buj ilui! then uo to ARNOLD'S ami
He liss Le '.ar9st urn! ru-t-t Fe'::ttii Mrck without doubt in the thrae
cities. Oae tNrcf in bici s;ori' i. siire lo convince unjlioily that he
eannos he u&dersoM.
1620 Second Avenue.
ire You Going to the Party?
If you are, you should have. a pair 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 thsm aso.
Bis line, at the right price.
I l SL.
i an "
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Ishnd House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
FECIAL LADIES' DEPARTMENT.
301, 303 W. Second St., Darenport.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
mmw of uilieb m mm,
Riding Boots, fur lined. Russia Calf.
Carriage Boots. Ooze Calf. Seal.
' Boudor Slipper, eight new Patent Leather, Plush
shades. an Morocco Slippers,
Party Slippers. all colors and styles.
For good pure candies go to Krell &
W. P. Sparling, of Knoxviile, Ii , is in
tbe city on a Ehort vis.t to frieDds.
Nothing nicer than a box of fine candy
for a present, and Krell & Math have the
Mn. A. S. Davis and daughter, Mifs
Mary Divis, have gone to Oitronelle,
Ala., to spend the winter.
Don't forget that the best goods wins
trade. Kreli & Math have the finest and
therefore have the best trade.
W. A. Corcoran his received fword
from Chicago of the serious illness of bis
brother John, who is well known here.
Km. Louis Dunbar and Mrs. John
1 Sloan and daughter, of Mauokela, la..
ic iu me c.iy viBitiug witn airs. J. w.
Send your orders for game, fi9h lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysters to
Harry Smf trie's, 1818 Second avenue.
Senator W. F. Crawford, of Elgin
ton. was in the city today. His son. John
Crawford, of Chicago, spent Christmas at
his old home, returning this morning.
Scarlet fever is prevalent in Divenport
to a considerable extent. Among tnose
billeted is Mis Dorothy Van Patten, sis
ttr of Mrs. T. R. Htrpcr, of this city.
John Looncy reaiiniti ji bterday from
Ottawa, whuLur be bad ietn cailed by
tbe sad intelligence of tbe dtat'a of his
father, an old t:me resident of tbat place.
Hon. M. V. Gannon and daughter. Kiss
Ada. 8coonipanitd by tbe latter' friend,
Mi.s Mary Johnson, of Omaha, were
regiserej at the Hock Islaud houae to
T C LIt-nshaw, repre-entins the crc:-
eoy toiLjany pr sc-nting "Dad's Gi-'s."
Licli i:. lo b teen tit Harpers l Lea re
nexi V.'edmsday niht, is at the linger
V. II. Cansdale, who is seivin a term
in the Iowa ptnre' li re nl Aii;!ii.,
haviug oecn sent uy from Dav-.-r pi.rt Um
biK'ir.iy and forgtry, has alrt&u'
guibed himself bj tkiug a prominent
comedy part in a penitentiary Cln.stmns
snterttiument. Bud Allen, who also
went up from DaVenrort lifcewiee toot
a leading comedy role.
Ask Your Orocer for Th am.
They are Beat,
The Christy "Otbtbb" and Carhny "Wawb.
Ill Ills II'!; f y .Y,:;.i..'
pieted si'Vi -.-;.! i
created liy his
flueneed by the v.
school, mid ot In i s :
surrouiiiliiics of hi ;
:. 1. is.
!:!.: : el I-.::.- '1c-
";'.nliii:: -i, th.i.-e
VniLiino, d! hers in
i.!: !. it tin' Tuscan
mini ins;:i:vil by the
l.uions i xi.st;-nee at
Madonnas, like tho
painter's .cuius, ar.' ronsi.-mUy bein
transfornipil. aci-onMns as avte ami circum
stances modify bis impressions. lie is not
a ci niu of power, but rather of grace and
of sweetness; he fascinates by the com
pleteness of bis realization of an ideal,
without, iiiarl.i'd profundity an ideal of
purely representative art. all the interest
of which consists in the beauty of the
proup, the human charm of the figures,
the precision of the expression, and the
linear h:;nim:iy of the eoniposit ion.
Such is the interest of the "Vircin with
the Goldfinch,'" in tin: Ti ihuna at Florence,
one of tbe i:mst Nqui.-.ite of ltaphad's
Madonnas p.sinicd uniUr Florentine in
ilucnct s. Tliis ? I ; n 1 i : ! i : i. is not. a u:o! b-r,
but simply a happy and smiling virgin, t he
elder .-:! r of the robust and joyous chil
dren who piny .".round her kne; s, a maiden
with limpid eyes and candid brow, on
which the most subtle critic can find noth
ing to read but virginity and innocence.
Theodore Child in Harper's.
What' - the nee ot feeling languid,
Slopy, dull ari blue?
Cleanse tbe b'ood and give it vigor;
Mue the o!d mas new.
How! I'll tell tou. To tbe drug More
Go this very day
Bay a medicine to banish
All your ills away
And that medicine is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, the very best blood puiiEer on earth
It builds up and strengthens the typtem because
it cleanses the blood, and that's n hat the Fystum
must have to be strong and healthy. Th(.'rc"s
nothing that equals it. Absolutely sold on trial !
Your money back, if it t'oesu't benefit or cure
AdvcrtUed List No. B2.
List of letters uncalled for at tbe posK-Hk-e at
Rock Island, 111. Dec. 33, 1892:
Archer, Mu-y A
Keardotl, L A Mrs
Kixli p. A P (3)
Cooper, J C
Evans, Ellen Mrs
Kickes, J K
Gillette, James L
Johnson, Mary Mies
Wilsoi. Mary Miss
Anderson, Anna 31isa
Sumner. Lou Miss
IIowabd Wells. Postmaster
Moore, Lndea Mis 1
P tcrs, Johnnie
Kiley, James Mrs
titamhaui'h, ti M
St John. D
& B Mills
Thelly. Mary Miss
Twelfiree, Emms Miss
Young, W S
The Worship of Flowers.
Since time out of memory adoration of
plants and flowers has been the prevailing
form of worship in many sections of the
far east. Kven to this day certain com
munities of Buddhists and Mohammedans
pray by the hour before their favorite
plant or flower. In India this species of
worship seems to be most prevalent. St.
BhevBattin Cn-ed in a Day.
"Mvstic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in one to three
days. Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes at
once the cause and tbe disease immed
i ite I i .Ibnppears. The first dose greatly
benefits. Warranted by Otto Groljan,
druggist. Rock Island.
St. Paul Lodge, Attention.
Hereafter the meeting night of St. Paul
Lodge 102, Knights of Pythias, will be
held on Monday evening instead of Wed
nesday. By order of board of trustees.
I have not ufed all ot one bottle yet. I
suffered from catarrh for 12 years, ex per,
iencing the nauseating dropping in the
throat peculiar to that disease, and nose
bled almost daily. I tried various reme
dies without benefit nntil last Apri'.
when I saw Ely's Cream Balm advertised
in the Boston Budget. I procured a bot
tle, and since the firit day's use have bad
no more bleeding the soreness is en
tirely gone. D. G Davidson, with the
Boston Budget, formerly with Boston
9 J C H Rer.d u TaherniicW Baptist
cuur ii, lot 7sti1 p,rt lot 8. h ock 1,
CbriPtv & Grover's add, Molin?, $7,000.
A W Wdwnrtb to JC12 Read, lots 5
6, 7, 51 ard 52, bVtt udd, to E gewood
William Johnston to Srah J Ceme;'y,
Krrk IlKn 1. 1 0U0.
29- Mniefa Kelley to Franklin Ktl
lcy, frl nvtj 10, 18, 4 w. $500.
Assignment of Sbsnk A Morris. In
ventory ami answer of Kssionoe in matter
of petition of C M Henderson & Co. a d.
L!ais of exempted propel ty claim-d by
asigiors filed and order allowing ame.
A Ctill Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother be cosnvn or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
it is the best family remedy known, and
evert, family shou'd have a bottle.
We Are Showing-
Women in I'lnlund.
In Finland, above all ether countries, do
women enter into the business of life.
They are clerks, doctors, demists, builders,
managers o small companies and bank
cashiers. They are especially sought after
in tbe hist capacity on account of their rep
utation for honesty. London Tit-Bits.
is the greatest blessing ever offered child
be iriuc women. I have been a midwife
many years, and in each Cise where
Mother's Friend has been used, it Las ac
complished wonders and relievtd much
(.uff'-ring. It is the best remedy for rising
of tbe breast known, and woriu tbe price
for that alone.
Mrs. M. A. Erkwstek.
Eradheld s Female Eegulator
Should be us-. il by the yount; woman, she
who suffers from any disorder peculiar to
her cex, an i at chance of life in a powtr
ful toidc; benefits all who its; i. Sold
by Har'z & Bihr-een.
To mv station iast of Missouria River
sod wiinin a rvaus of 200 miles from
eellict- ttaiion, the C. B. & O. i ffers a
ralct-f one fare and one-third for the
round trip. Tickets on le Dec.
SI. 1S93. January l?t, end 2id,
1S93. good to retnrn to Jan 3rd, 1893.
P. S. tusTis, II. P. Mack,
G. P. A. D. P. A.
Chicago Rock Island
While the bridge is closed '.he C , R. I.
& P. will run trains t Divenport every
hour, commenrieg at 5.30 a. m. The
h st '.ram leaves Rock Island at 8:30 p.
m. Returring train leaves Davenport on
even hours. F.H.Plummeh,
is and -will ever be tbe
1 J. xxv?
Kf Gout, Influenza, Backaclie,
W Pains in the Side, Chest and
iletore you need 10 nuy ,001am
ttr- rnri: re CMiPCr -t
the valnable book: "Guide to Health,"witli
euaorsemoais 01 promiaeat uviuuiiuiBt
AT, nil FK;
l. r an niPurcD ft rn
r. u. li. r.iun 1 r.n auui
K. . - " . .
Prize Medals Awarded I
European Houses: Bndolstadt, London,
UnminhArir. KunRtfiin. IjelI1310.
25 & 60 Cts. a bottle, For Sale by
Sidebaards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
No Extra Charge.
OH AS. A. MEOK,
322 Braoy Street, Daveaporl. Ij
Open till 9 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
f HE L'TTLE FOXE.
It ia tb little folks ihat tear
down ihe vics, says Svlo
ma". It is th little tnings that
count in life It is tlie little
colds tVat count It is sending
the children to bel wita wet
feet that brings on the croup
It is catching a little cold and
neglecting it that bring disa-re
and dickness It is catchiDg
sore throat and then going
about unprotected that uds in
dyphtheria and death. Watch
these little sources. It does
not take much time.but it is the
little, safeguards that cunt in
the battle of life. When you
get a eore throat or co'd take
Keid's Grf rman Cough and Kid
ney Cure. It is the beet thing
in the world for every form cf
disease that arises from a co)d.
Statistics show that nine-tenths
of the entire human race perish
from this cause; It follows,
therefore, that if you will avoid
taking cold your charces for
long life are doubled. This
great remedy dees not only stop
your cough but it restores your
circulation to its normal condi
tion and thus enables the sys
tem to throw off the malady.
Get this great remedy cf any
Sylvan Remedy Co ,
Peoria. 11 L
thnt the simple treat
tnent which uiadoa mas
me wtil certainly cun
and ftillv flrvekpe an
Allerft;:-r.l'irc.;l"W.-:t':t. irvt Ilk? trouble-
uvi'i'l ' ,'h( i-L-" fi'Miirh ut .. .VWrear
314 BRADY STREET,
The Fat.l nd Winte Goods are i;ow In. DAVEKP0RT,
HemembiT we re thawing the itif tet sLd n.ost varied
assortment of Domestic and Jmfcrtej goods in tha thrje
cities Suits made to your nt fas urn Ironi $0 to ;0; Trou
serr ni.'ide to your measure $5 to $12.
To assist in eu!iv;n:i5 ibe
Iloii'lny Season, tbe Publishers of
prank Leslie's 7eekly
have coDc'uderl to innuurate in
America The lutes' English fashion:
THE MISSING WORD CONTEST
The?e amusing contests are now qui'.a the rsge in LoDilon, &nd we have heard
of one of them in which 217,000 yereons participhtr d As each ptrticipant con-rir-.u'ed
a shillirg entrance fee. tbe amount ciivid;d amorg those ho supplied the
missing word wis larce.
Tiie tothl $53 5 .0 d vi'V-d am.r.g 114 pprsciug. so each of
tht sE got almost $470-
HERE ARE THE TERMS OF THE GONTEST:
Each person who wielwi to trv to snpily Ihe tnipsine word In the paragraph thnt will presently
foll'iw must cut out tbe "MISSING WokD COUPON '' from Frank Lct.ie's Weekly, and with r,me
and address and the miin? word plainly written In the proper hiank rpacen, aend the lame to the
cfflce nf the publishers, toie'th-rwlt i twentv-five cents in postage Hampp or currency, on thelr.wer
lelt band corner of the envelop.) etclrine the CDUpon and antraiiee fes ehould be written "MlKJO
neiiotalIojnt tntronce ftt will be deviieil eqtiaUT amona those who corrcrtly enpply the
m' Th?soupon will be printed every week in Frank Leslie' Weekly nntil the close of the contest.
The result of the conteat will be announced in the issue of February 16th.
Xo coctef tanW will be permitted to enter after noon of February i.
There haa been some doubt as to whether or not the proiesed contcat waa objectionable to the
law So that there conld be no donbtojj the f abject the post-office anthorltita have been eon-nttod.
The Aisiatant AttorneT General for the Post-Offl: Department saj 8 that if the paragraph, from which
itordhM b well-known book to be found l almost .Tery library,
there i eould be no obj cti ;ns We therefore changj ths paragraph, and gire a quotation from a
writer well-known to erery reader of English literature.
THIS IS THE PARAGRAPH:
"He knew, besides, that tis powerful friends, who would have
Interceded for him had his offence been merely burning a house
or killing a neighbor, would not plead or stand by him in so pitiful
a concern as the slaughter of this -wretched "
A II who have sent in the miasine word of the former i arngraph are privilegod W i make ,B3ther
trial without paying another entrance fee, or at their option to wnhdrtw tht entrance fee.
PnTYiTiutif nra may make as many attempts as they choose,
VjUUipo UtUl bnt eaoh attempt must be made on a coupon
taken from FRANK i.i:sj-it wt-i''. l-pg CP.ntS
an1 annnmnftnlAfl hv the entrance.
"Frank Leslie's Weekly" is for sale
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