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it Arnold's ' course, he has the largest stock west
Uoof 9ft nr ppTit hv Tim in? Tonr e-ro-
oan Bivts bi -rf -----o - o-
Lri9i of him You
anything in fancy bottled goods that are in the
L price a!)d best in quality can always be found at
HATS TOO MANY WHITER SHOES.
adies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at S1.7J,
adics' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $150,
eo at $1.00.
tidies' warm lined leather slipper go at
ji&zs felt warm lined slipper, -sold at $1.00,
isses and Children's, all that are left, go
the same way.
LADIES' FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Men's working shoes, congress,
;:e and buckle, $1.00.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Idcrs and Fitters
;h Grade Footwear.
AT POPULAR PRICES.
When the light burns dim in the parlor,
ini the rocking chair moves to and fro,
t'ur fine shoes don't squeak on the carpet
And make a girl vexed with her beau!
iclal ladies department open until 7 p. m. Sat
s 10 p. m.
I L i i i
I mmi - - I, i ,
Pla03 W. Second St., Davcnsjort.
Send to Krell & Math for your cook-in?.
Oysters by the dish cr can at Erell &
Watted A cook and second girl at
me Maucker bouse.
Phil Mitchell and Fred Head returned
las. night from the east.
Why ko home to dinner when you can
get a nice lunch at Erell & Math's.
Don't miss setting seats for Powern1
e iter tain met if you would tnjoy a pita:
George A. McDonald left last ngM
for Omaha, where he accepts a position
with a retail shoe house.
TO r a i . .
f ca. m . Dtiru, wno oas Been maaing ms
uuuie iu mc cuy lor some time, ten Sat
urday for his home in Chicago.
For rent An 8-room house. No. 767.
Elm street. Apply to William McEniry,
in Mitchell & Lynde's building.
Hot coffee, tea or chocelate by the cud
and lovely French or plain rolls with
cream pie or puffs at Erell A Math's any
Send your orders for game, fish, lob
sters, clurLS, shell and canned oysters to
Harry Soiythe'. 1819 Second aveuae
The regular meeting of the W.C.T U.
will be heM nxt Tuesday afternoon hi
3 o'clock at the Y l C A build w. A'l
members are ured to be i res nt
Tbe 2-niile tkatiiig race at the Tr:
City Ice Park on Saturday afternoon was
on by Uh irlea Me zyar. of Mol'ne;
Charhs Btncet, second; C Dunning
third; Barney Anderson, fourth, ant Ga
Rmge's unknown "Bu I" Fider.
fifth. It was witnessed tv alarce crowd.
Lirence Ernmer, T. B. Ktidy, llnny
Sc;e, B. Seeburii and Put Lee heing lh:
Lolsr.d T. Powers will imper'-ona'e the
t-ltvsn characters in David G :r icU a
cliHrmins; comedy by Rober'son, tn il.rt.t
acts at U-rpcr's theatre next Tiurs.l-.y
evinirg I . is the fifth entertainment in
the Lecture association course. This a1-
trnc ion i3 viry ilifferent from any yci
civen here, and the few seats that can hi
sold will rapidly be taen at 50 cen;
eHch. Sale of seats begins at 7:30 a'. Y
M. C. A. Tuesday morning. Cbecbs for
sf ats will be given out beginning at 6.
The Avety Planter Co., of Peo
ria, have n.-Hde arrangements to ri:n
a bard-ome'y decora'ei train of 22
cars loaded with agricultural iru
uleraen's from that city to D.-s Moines.
The train will be accompanied ry
representatives rf the Avery compaty
wi:h a special dining and v&rlcr car. A
'hrough time card has hem arranged for
it r.ver the Peoria and R. ckl-lam! roads.
It will arrive bore on the 18;h at 3 p m
and leave the nixt morning Bt 7:30 ovr
tie Rock Island. It will be a handsome
train anrj it is snid will be well worth see-
; ir e.
!to- to Visit the World's Fair
j This is the ti le of an iUua'rated "fold
' er" is-u.-d by the Chicago, Milwaukee &
.St. Pnul railway for the benefit of al
' western people who intend to visit Chi
caso from May to Ototier. 1893.
! It tells the c.O't of gettini; there and
how to an Ii, tel's what to do abo'it
baga'.-e, Bbout places to eat and fleep;
h"W to get to the lair grounds and i'
fives many other items of useful infor
mation. Send your address with a two.
r nt stump and ask for a "World's Fair
Folder." Geo. H. Heafford,
Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
Lgnv'i Geyser Cloek.
The most curious Hnd unique clock in
the United Stiites, or in the world for that
matter, was constructed by Amos Lane of
Amedee. Lane's curious clock, which, by
the way, is all face, hands and lever, is at
tache to a geyser which shoots upward an
immense column of hot water every thirty
eight seconds exactly. This "j outing never
varies the tenth of a second in its time;
therefore a clock properly harnessed to it
cannot do otherwise than keep correct
time. The lever mentioned above in con
nection with the hands and face of the
clock is so placed as to be fairly hit by the
shooting column of water, and every time
the lever is struck it moves the hands for
ward exactly thirt j--eight seconds. I-ane'a
only trouble was to properly divide thes
thirty-eiht second strokes into hours
During the time he wus employed in con
strutting his novelty it is said that he often
quietly wished that old Unme Nature hud
geared this particular geyser so as to spout
every half minute exactly. St. Louis Re
public. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange tbe
whole system when tillering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be nsed except on prescrip
tions from reputable citizen', as the dam
act ih"y will do is 10-fold to the good
vou can possibly derive from them,
flail's Catarrh Cure, masufucmred by F.
1. Cberty & Co., Toleno, O., contains no
mtreury. end is taken internally, acting
lirtctly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system Iu Vtiying Hali's
Catarrh Cere be sure yon gf t tbe pcr.U
ne. It is taken interna l v. acd raid - in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chcr.ev & C
tiySold by Drugeists. price 75; per
Flour. Etc .
pone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
I'attsiiig; I'lutr lo a Ctiurch.
There was a very large congregation, and
the rector feeing that there wtm ouly one
alms (liKh made k'..is to a rustic from the
chancel entrance to come to him, and bade
him go into the rectory garden through
a gbiss door into the dining room, whore
there had been a slight refectiou before the
service, bring a dish from the table, take it
down one side of the north aisle and up the
other and then bring it to the clergyman at
the place from which he started. The rus
tic disappeared, reappeared with the dish,
took it us he was ordered and presented it
to the people on either side of the aisle, and
then apprunching the rector whispered in
his car: "I've done as yer told me, Bir. I've
taken it down yon side of the aisle and up
t'other they'll r.cne of 'em 'ave any." No
jrder had been given to empty the dish,
and it was full of biscuits! Dean Bale's
'Salvation Oil cured me of a shoulder
lameness and pain in back, contracted
playing ball last season. I tried several
other remedies and all failed. Chas.
Hears, 128 Water Btreet, Cleveland Ohio.
Jan 13 Loretta Weaver to John Mar
tens, e$ lot 6, end put lot 0, 31, 17, 2w,
Assessor's plat, $3 200.
William Roth to Frederick Carlson,
part lots 2 and S. block 60. Chicigo or
Lower add. Rock Is and f I 500
Frederick Carlson to William Roth,
part let 2. block 58. Chicago cr lower
adit. Rock Island, $935.
Frank Anderson to Ann Buckley, lot
19, block 2. Coal Valley, f50.
Mary'Buncher to Charles Buncher,
part lot 2. J M Beardpley"s subdiv.outlots
11 and 12, Bailey & Boyle's add. Rock
Moliae Water Power Co to Deere &
Mansur Co's tract, hv metes and bounds,
ej nej 31, 18, lw, $18 707.
Jan 14 Conservatorship of Dennis
Warrtn. Conservator's final report filed
and approved and conservator dis
charged. Estate of Dennis Warren. Inventory
filed and approved
Euate of Sarah B Cibb. Report of
alministrator to Dec 31 filed and approved.
riiotograidia In Egyptian Tombs.
The art of exploring the gloomy recesses
of Egyptian tombs has made progress since
Delzoui, groping near the coffin of King
Cheops in the pyramid, "burglariously
broke the coflin lid," as Hyron Bays. Mr.
Flinders Petrie, writing ou the problem by
what light the work of making the an
cient inscriptions iu these close and con
fined repositories of the dead was per
formed, takes occasion to observe that in
our latter day excavations there is no need
to invoke the electric li;,bt, a very small
amount of reflecttd sunshine beiug enough
to woi k by.
Mr. retrie has himself taken photographs
at Gizeh which require far more light than
is needed by a painter or a sculptor, l.y
means of four successive reflections of sun
shine from common sheet s of t in plate, such
as biscuit tin lids, and he feels certain there
fore that with larger reflectors there would
be no difficulty whatever in light ing p.ny part
of the king's tombs more brightly than by
small lamps, though the lamps that the an
cient Egyptians used were, in his opinion,
like our night lights feeble, but smokeless,
and capable of being used in the form of "a
large raft of Boating wicks." Loudon Spec
tator. A Eandren Years to t-omo-Wouldn't
30 i like 10 live cniil the year A. D.
CO0, juit to see the people and the wotld g ner
crallj? Who kaows but you might, if you ob
serve ti:e la of health, aud keep the etomach,
1 vr tnd bowels in fo.l action. The best meii-
ino known for thi- is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Ptl
leU. They are small, sngar-ooatt d granule?, but
pjwerf;l to care; produce no n&a?c& or g'tpintr;
H-ytota e, and a sure ere for bill uxut'S',
tohsiipaiioa, headache, na dtt aces produced by
an inactive 1 ver. A convenient vesc-pocket rem
edy. Wonderful Things In Heredity.
It is a fact well established by students of
heredity that children are npt to inherit
not only the physical, mental and moral
traits of their parents, but to be inflnen-id
by their age as well. Children born of very
young fathers and mothers never attain so
vigorous a growth of mind or body
those of older men and women, while chil
dren of old people are lorn old.
One of the most surprising cases in medi
cal history is that of Marguerite Oibsowna,
who died in 17u3, aged 108 years. When
ninety-four she was married to a man aged
105. Three children came of this union,
but they had gray hair, no teeth, were
stooped, yellow and wrinkled, decrepit in
movement and could eat only bread nd
vegetables. Kew York Sun.
The Mont Pleasaat Way.
of preveating tbe grippe, colds, head
aches, and fevers is to use the 1 quid
laxative remedy Syrup of F.gs, when
ever the esitm needs a gentle, jet effec
tive cltansing. To be benefited on
must get tbe true remedy msnufajturcd
by the California Fig S;rup Co. only.
For sale oy aH druj'g s-s iu 50c. aud $1
i rs q cqvi
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LONG LIFE TO THE AGED.
Old people can ereally pro
long their Jivs if they will only
observe a few simple ru'e?. In
the first place they onbt al
ways to dress warmly, espm
dlly in the fall and ear!y in the
spring. Then they ought to
eat nourishing food and tc keep
the feet warm. Then they
should avoid getting overheat
ed ani sitting in draughts.
These aTe the main ru'eis to be
observed. They ought also to
keep a ch?erfnl countenance,
and to avoid worrying and fret
ing. Nothing conduces to o'd
see so much as this. If people would
only maintain tn equable Cow of spirits
they would soon fee the change in a
bet.cr t onsiiioa ct health. When they
d t.kj cold they should take Reid's
Oerman Coueh and Kidney Cars , for
this fcreat rem dy rtimultes the vitcl
forcef, arouses tbe kidneys to action, and
restores the rirculainn to its normal
state. This is the only cough remedy
in tbe market that acts in this manner.
Gat it of any dealer. .
Sylvan Ksmxdt Co.,
THE FOUR POINTS
For your consideration
The Material, the Workmanship,
The Finish, the Selling
Wh THINK WE ARE JUSTLY IN IT
Come and investigate for yourself.
Our FURNITURE, Every Description.
CARPETS, Every Texture,
b a oo J?MZZ-
Blankets, Comforters ui MM-
in faci everything you n?edfo the bom.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
OH AS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, la
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
0o2i XEsLo ase Saloon
GEOKKE htI?iFR, Proprietor.
1801 Second ATenne, Corner of Sixteenth Street, . Oi posite Harper' Theatre.
The choicfstWine. Liquors. Beernrd Ciears always on Hand
Tree 1 Bach Every Day
mliche ForntsSe'l on Sfcort Notice.
A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN," MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Guaranteed to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
No sore arms. No lay off from work. All other
cures shatter the general health. All graduates of
the Morrell institutes testify to increased weight and
vigor during treatment and permanent improvement
of general health.
Buford Block, Rock Island.
Postoffice block, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
Communication and treatment confidential. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
Fifth Avenue- Pharmacy.
HOiribT VOSKOECKRITZ, Pharmacist.
Proprietoror of ti. Brady tret
Ail kinds of Cut Flowers conttantly on hand. t.
Green Houses- Flower Store
Oi;e oloclc north of Central oark, the largest In Iowa. 304 Brady treet, Davenport, la.