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THE AUGUb, SATURDAY JANUARY 14, 1893.
They Must Go.
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $1.75,
go av $1.2)
Ladies' lace, warm, lined shoes, sold at $1.50,
goat $1.00. ;!
Ladies' warm lined leather slipper go at
Ladies' felt watm lined slipper, sold at $1.00,
Misses and Children's, ail that are left, go
the same way.
in LADIES' FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Men's working shoes, congress,
bee and buckle, $1.00.
K2 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
adcrs and Fitters
AT POPULAR PRICES.
1,-1 li:Vt I -.urns dim in h parlor,
.lu i Uf chair m -ves to and fro,
iir ii" " s '1-!.'t sqri- ik on the carpet
, K-i-'ir a t-i vt-xel with her bean!
Send to Krell & Mat's for your cook-
O -iters by the dish or can at Krell &
Watted A. ccofc and second girl at
ttie Maucker house.
Why ijo hoa e to dinner when you caii
get a i ice lancb at Krell & Math's.
The adjourned meeting of theTri City
Preps club ia to be held tonight at the
Kimball house at Davenport.
For rent An 8 -room house. No. 76?
Eiai street. Aoply to William McEniry.
in Mitchell & Lynde'a building.
Hot coee, tea or chocolate by the cuo
and Icrely French or plain rol's with
cream pie or puff 4 at Krell & Math1! any
Send ycur ciders for game, fish, lob
sters, clnor.s, shell and canned oysters to
Harry SmythK's. 1819 Second avenge.
John McDarrah came home from
Springfield yesterday, taking advantage
of the adjournment of the legislature to
9pend Sunday with bis family.
Tbe Twin-City Columbian committee
meets Monday evening at the rooms! I
the Rock Island Citizena' Improvement
association ine atte'iaoce oi ail mem
bers is urgently de-tired, as decided ae
tion relative to the final disposition of the
great project must be taken.
pecia! ladies department open until 7 p. m. Sat-
is 10 p. m.
.'"iWv -L-.t ?3ET:
sOi, :mil V. Second St., Davenport.
fiRnhnrio 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
IN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Cordova. Jan. 11. Dan Rurb'n.who
with bis Mule girl Grace, went to Giles
burn a'lout one week nijo to visit his
bro ber, bss returned for a few tl. vs. but
will Rf;ain gu b..ck, to work with his
Tbe tx collector teports colleciious
very slow so fur.
Csarles Puilee, of Cbicapo, was cali n i
iifoa friends on Tuesday.
John H'itcb, of Clint-n, I iwa, is visit
friends Iilto this week.
All of our hog buyers are anxious to
buy, but there seems t) be a luck of
Tee sc-irlet fever is abiitins som .
It is an unwelcome visitor and c. n
be spartd .
A, II. Chae, representing a Dabuque
cignr firm, was calling i pon our mer
Edward Cool and wife intend st&r;ioe
for Florida to spend the remtiirdcr of
the winter shortly.
W. Ha5nes is talkingoT goini; to Gales
bur; to work aloni with E I). Dari.ic
tLe fore part of next week.
The ice that is being cu'. for Clliuc
toe houses ia the best and n:o?t clear
that Las been had for years.
Unce Johnny Yairdfrburg, as the is
f tuiiliarlv called, is confined to tbe- house
beinir very feeble and infirm
Children's parties are ia vo'ue now.
The merry voices of (he tir!s and tnys
can be beard almost every evecinB.
William Q 0e becime a munb-r of the
band at the last rrgular nieetin.?, unci
promiees to be a va!unl!e hcquintion
Henry Durant's baby died of mem
braneous c:our on Weaves ay mnrur.g
i Sir a; a Mrs li;rint have th! symp&ihy
; of the community in ibfir t fll ction.
The ea'criainnvnt by tho Hitih school,
which whs to be repeated soon, is post
poned uut 1 later in the winter, o.iag to
the troupes coming here within the
next two weeks.
The Albany bnd corcert, which w.s
sonken of in tbese columns lst week,
will appear before the footligits here on
or about Jin. 18. h, further mention of
which will be made. '
Tbe dlffererent social and fraternal
orders have all elected and installed iheir
' fflers for tbe ensuing year, and now an
Impetus to membership my be expected
from the new men at the helm.
Bewar of Ointments for Catarrh That
is mercury will surely destroy tbe sense
of. smell and completely dcrauce tbe
whole system when entering it through
f.ne mucous surfaces. Buch articles
tihould never be nsed except on presorip
lions from reputable citizen, as the dam
age they will do is 10-fold to the cond
?GU can possiSly derive from them.
Hall s Catarrh Cure, manufactured bv F
J. Cheney & Co., Toleao, O., cnnta'ns no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting
ciirectiy upon tne Diood and mucous stir
fices of the system. In bujine Hal's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get tbe genu
iie. It is taken internally, xnd made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chene7 & Co.
EySold by Druggists, price 75c per
- COl'STY BCli-blXG." "" "
T.n m V W ads worth ' to A E
M ntgomrv et al, lot 10, block 3. Sluth
Miliue, fi.O'JO. . , i
A W Worliworih to A E Monteomerv
et al, lots 21. 43 4S 50 58 and 59, First
add to E Igiwood Park, f 1 o '
A W Wada'worth . t6 A E Montgomery
et al. lot 7. Mock 1, Chi d s Second add.
Moline. tl 900.
. . . , l'robato. ,
IS-K.latp of John McConnell. Final
report of executor tnd receipts of lega
tees filed and approved. lWriHie ciosea
F.-roiB nf Rarith (itnd Receipt from
heirs and disttlbuiees filed and approved.
iiita e closed ana urm'.nisirator uii-charged.
At Trinity cbpel. even song and Sun
day school at 2:30 p m. .
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet
reetor, Sunday echool at 9:15; matins.
Celebration and sermon at 10:45 a. m.
Even song and sermon at 7:30 p. m.
' At Grce Lutheran church. corLer
Forty-fourth and Seventh avenue. Ser
vices as usual at 10:45 a. m. and 7 30 p.
m. conducted by tbe poster, Rev. G. E.
Scbuey. Mornir.g subject, "Lo6t Oppor
taniiief," evening, "The Enchanted
Ground.'' Sunday scbo 1 at 9:15 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:45 D. m.
A', the First Methodist, services fct
1(1 45 s. m by Rtv. It chard limey, acd
7 3n p.m., by the oastor. Rev. F. W. Mer
rell. Evening sut j-ct, "Prepared to Meet
i'hy G.d." Sp -i -! musical programme
in tbe evening. Sunday iciool at 9 80
a. m. Young People's mee'.ing at 6:30
A" the Cential P.-eabvtt rin. services
morning and evening, prrfarhinsf by the
pastor, U-. v. John U. Kerr Morning
subject, '-Christ's Prayer the Cross;'"
evening, ' J Un Chrvoosiion." the fi-st jf
a series of lecure on the tix Great
lotins of church history. : Sunday
ch ol at 11:45 a.m. Y.P.S C E at 6:45
At the Rroadway Prefrby teriao. Th'
pastor, R-v. W. S. V'arquis, will con
duct services at 10:45 a m. and 7:30 p
m Morning suljcct, ' Breabios lin ad
NVi.h Jesus;" evening, "A Wisa Choice'
Sundav school ut 9:10 a m .Young
Iieoplf's mt'eting ul 6:45 p m e.uiu
Park ehaK-i Sunday school ut 2 30 p m ,
S. D. Cieland, superintendent.
At tbe First BapMa'. preaching morn
ing and evening by the p-isr R v. C
E. Tuyler, Ph. D Probibly biptiiim in
tbo tve-nirc. Sunday school at 9:15 a
m , C. L WnlUn.s, u;;eriattnden'.
Y-.-uii? (ieoi!e'a union a 6:30 p m Top
ic. -'The Ftio-.s e s of J-nus." Leader,
Vi.-s Mi:r7 V.'elch. Sanay scHool hi
Fr.r'y-fourlh strtet chipul a; 3 p. m , F.
51. Sinnet. sup rin tnderit.
M .line. Ills,
flie Moline Wap Go.,-
Tlie ralm.tto of the Sooth.
The graceful palmetto, that grows so
profusely in the lotver tier of the southern
states, bus recently become h factor in the
Industries of the south, for its wood is hard
enough to carve nnd its fiber is strong
enough to make excellent cordage and a
useful substitute for sponges. In Jackson-
vi:le, Flii., a factory bus been startexl for
th ! purpose of making brushes and brooms
of the fiber, and elsewhere sink brushes are
bo ng made of the wood, half of whose
thickness is being converted into bristling
1 he young leaves of the tree make a salad
thi t the people are beginning to appreciate,
and the tasie of it is likened to that of
chestnuts. Uearu knew about it long 1m
fon- the teople did, and it is a favorite arti
cle of diet among them, the black bears
cliribing the trees and browsing on the
freh sliooLs as eagerly as thev browse on
watermelouii. Detroit Free Press.
Io Von Want a Tubllc Offlee?
Tilers are 18MHI0 effi :-s within the
v'.ft of ihe new MministrHt'on, ami now
s : tie tirr.e for those seeking pub.ic i m
plojment to tnke proper steps to secure
one rf the:e lucrative pos-.i'ioni. All h-
are it terehteii sho-i'd at on c send for a
co ? of tee U-ii'ed Sts'ea Bl-ie Book. Ii
if a r. giMex of all federal 1llces and cm-ol.-tv
inents in ench s":tc and territory, the
District of C i!um'-:a ucd ubroud, i.h
their snlr;es, trhnliimerTs and du'ies
sh. ws who is eligible for appoin'ment.
qu ctiona aked at exiroina"iot,s. bo? to
make ko kpplira in tnd how tn push it
to success, and gives bes des a vast
amount of important and valuable infor
mation reKiiva to government pcui ;-s
nev?r bt-fo-e publixhed. Hin l-orrr I7
bound in cloth. Price, 75 cents, d n
paid. Address J. H. Souk,
43, Washington. D. C.
The Origin of the Use of "Sainl."
"Do you know where the use of th;- word
aand' for courage originated?" usLed
Thomas II. Wentworth of a crowd of
philosophers nt the Iiclwie. "Neither do
I, for cortaiu, but there are two explana
tions that have interested me. One is tluit
baaed ou the old expression among t he boys
of 'sand in his cruw' (crop) which, applied
to fowls cr birds, indicated that they do
not hesitate to lake what comes, being
satisfied they can manage with plenty of.
sand to help their gizzards, and hence have
no apprebeusioua as to the future. The
other ex plimation is the historical one yon
have ail beard of, no doubt, which is said
to have occurred at the siege of Toulon.
While constructing a battery Napoleon
wanted some one to write a letter for him,
and young Jmiot offered his service. Just
as the letter was finished a cannon ball
struck near, coveriug the writer and his
letter with earth and dust. 'Quito for
tunate,' said he. 'we have plenty of Kami,'
referring to tbe common practice of drying
the ink on a tetter with sand. Of course
his promotion was sure and rapid. But
whether the incideut gave rise to today's
common expression may be doubted." St.
1 .;-.i-...,tj,' .,
Jftorers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
nln trirf. i ' . wiorm ana otner Spring Wagons, specially aaaolea to tts
lji urEriTW.urk?',,D,,hl',,ldflnla' ninstrated Price Lilt free on
w UciUon. Bee the MOUSB WAGON before Durchaitae
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always within
the bounds of reason because it is true;
it a was appeals to the soher, conimo"
sense of thinking people because it is
true; and it is always fully substantiated
by endorxements which, in the financial
wor d would be accepted without a mo
For a general family cathartic wc con
fide! tly recommend Hood's Pills.
In these times mere ore no unappreciated
geniuses; but there are many overappre
ciatt d mediocrities.
In all European cholera epidemics the
dlsetse reached this country in less than
A Love Bong In M Flat
"My modest, matchless Madeline !
Mark my m :'odioas midnight moans;
llucu may my melting music mean
M j modulated monotones."
Thin young man stayed ont too late.psrenauing
his l.dy love. He canght a cold, developing into
catarrh, bat be cur d it wttll Dr. Sage's Ca'Hrrh
Hemedy, a soverei n rexedy for chronic caus.
"Cold in the Ilead," Catarrhal Headache. It cor
rects the lai ted breath, stops the offensive dis
charges, be tls the irritated tlir stand noe, leav
Ug the head clear, the smell and taste unim
paired. It cofits bnt50 cents, and theproprk
tors oSFcr in good faitb 1500 for cafe they c u.r.ot
DiHtrlbutiun of Cabinet Position.
Since the establishment of the federal
government, including Harrison's adminis
tration, New York has had forty-two cabinet
appointments, Massachusetts thirty-seven,
Pennsylvania thirty-six and Virginia and
West Virginia together forty-three. Cali
fornia, now one of the largest and most im
portant states, has never had a place in the
cabinet. The only cabinet office ever held
by a man from either of the Pacific states
was that of attorney general, held by
George Williams, under Grant. New York
The Most rieasant Way.
of preventing the grippe, colda, head
aches, and fevers is to u?e the liquid
laxitive remedy Syrup of Figs, when
1 vtr tbe svsiem needs a gentle, yet effec
tive cleansing. To be benefited on
must get tbe true remedy manufactured
oy tbe California Fig Syrup Co. only.
For sale by all druggists in 50c. and $1
bottles. ; ., ,
The foM points
For your consideration
The Materia, the Workmanship,
The Finish, the Selling.
WE THINK WE ARE JUSTLY IN IT.
Come and investigate for yourself.
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ia faci everj thing you s.ecd fv th Jiorat--.
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CHAS. A. MECK
:'2 Brady 8?ret, Davenport, J;
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
Opera So ae o.loo3cn
j 16(1 Second Av r:r.e. Corner of si ae. n;h SUect, Or. pee Ire E tri er's Theatre.
' hr chc:"c: ft Wine. Licucrs. Beer a 6 Cigars always on Hand
i rc- i:m h Kvcrj Pay t ndwicheb ran-lseil on Short Xottce .
TvTENT WHYARZTCU WHiiX2 ?
tUVE YGl' THIED B3UGS AHD FAILED TO FJKD A CURE'S
in Ma, 'J JT laa,
uch BiitTorers w
bat a trinl to con
r exposnre.Ton mar
in fictrifii j una
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win rcmovecnecause i
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torobuit health and
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hayeundnly drained your nyslem of Derre rorccand vitiity-whtfe
thus cmnwd ynur weaknmu nr uk r.f -, . iS A. BKlf
r.r?; VZl.rJ Ty or ,ac,t . lorce. If you rDlnci- inlw.
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i and treatment, and wecuarantee a cure or mrm.
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"d and old nan, at-nt realed, tree. T
f'Ct Tic iielt U no ertw.rifY.Ant na Kan .1.
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ruu luUera bearing teatuuony to their recovery after using our Belt. uum we
WE HAVE CURED THESE WE CAN CURE YOU 1
KEBTOC8 DEBILITY AXD WEAKNESS.
. CaAKDKjmsjrichNrwnberlst. 1885.
im. a. i. BpnEK, iear Sir i-ln reply to your lr.te
faror, have to wy Hint I think your Dr garden Electric
century, and eonsidir it a moat powerful a (rent for (mod
l2H?i"e!1 r""1',0' J-oor belt!, have' been sold, to the
1??. 'JJSfJL'T f'hH one of your elertrie beltR. and
7&?5SlSR&u??T before uing it. 1 cheer-
' 1 1 1 " " u our 'MIL.
U. ft. Wll.DFH. ID bhaoviut Avenue.
r-.- Bavuvk. ivar Kir i-The Electric brlt 1 re
ceived from you lost April hasdnneall It in reennunrnded
totlo. Icon ray It haa done more forme tlutn all the
tnedirlne 1 have taken in three years. The time I Kot
the holt I was in a bad condition. uflrln preatly from
poneral debility, nervour net. &c, and mv biood was in
J!J7,?r,oor condition. 1 weirhed at the time 1 (rot the
belt 115 pounds, but at present vi-itne-iny writrht in 109.
lrecoinmeadjourbelttoaU. 6Uuli.TELi.,!!i M ichinc St.
FEOMU'KEelDEST OF Ml till PUW CtL.
P. A. T. PearStr JSSSSlkSZi
wa:rii i nurchaiwd of you two years 4co worked to aw
J.imita SiTlsricnoK, and I take pleaeure in reewT
menaine it to aeyofmv friends whoareaflMrtedwitki
ailments forthe cure cf which the belt is rerommenW.
Youravtry truly, . HASNA, Prea.ier 1 ioVlI
LAME BACE, K1DXFY DISEASE. AC
. ' CBIP40O, October IT,
A.T. SARir. Dear SirTbis ia to certify that
have used the Sandea Electric belt for lame back sri
kidney trouble, and any to those afflicted that I kn
rwived a complete cure. I mort cheerfully recommeot
tues our5,ic Jilii-a S1ILL8. 4?th and FraiieraaaT
liEGOUXESDS THE BELT TO A IX. - .
IT inu Omr Vbtw. ...
Tif Wr,-Vonraortheath inrtTS
Electric Belt has plvco good sabsf actioa and hasdaaaT.
mea wonderful irood. From now on IrtalMjiTfc
every day. and know itwjll brine me ont all O K 1
HoiT"'''n you,, (rood reconfmend toaeieral Lai
Hoping you will r II many tnore, 1 am. yonm trulv."
MH.wuiai,iccis U3. e. a. etauaav
TUP no CARinru a rMwni
" - are .UMll w s IW KlabW I KlW QELT
In n complete galvanic battery, made Into a belt o as to he easltv worn rtnrir.. w A , .
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we warrant it to cure any of the above weakneew r"c ut iul JSSnSS l?mh.en cakrren,aa :
Kefu ndeii. They are irraded In strenirth to meet all stiurea TofwaLnelu. ' or VtV orMaurr
SANPEIM ELECTRIC CO., 1 69 La Salle St., CHICAGO. ILL.
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ad more pare literature
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