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i.t Arnold's ol course, he has "tfte largest stock wes
can save at least 20 per cent by hajiag your gro--ceriea
of him You - v : ;. ..:
'Uncle Tom's Ctin" toniit.
anything in fancy bottled goods that are in the
market. . . -
in price and beet in quality can always be found at;
HAVE TOO MANY
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at Sl-75",
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $.S0,
at $1.00. -
Ladies' warm lined leather slipper go at
Ladies' felt watm lined slipper, sold at $1.00,
Misses and Children's, all that are left, go
the same way. . . -
OI3X. . LOT
in LADIES" FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Men's working shoes, congress,
bee and buckle, $1.00.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
We Look Back -With Gratification on a Year of
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS. ....
nd Work, Mm AiteiStionr ?
A Thoroughly Reliable Line tf : ' J
Ann Kwsnnnn prirpc ki
C -it r- , . V. 5S. " s
especially KeasonaDie rnces, . .-. -
"We aad are the motors of our ste d fly iicrfa sing trade.'
IV do not" boast 'of the enormous temtoiy of ur
stabliehment. but ,we do.cHim that.wi d a larger -bun- .
8? han any"' store in" fb'e "pame line "In the west;'"
JMERir ASHKRTS ITSELF. We than our patrons for... ,
jiln-ir liberal support, and promise at all times to rtun
p-i: roi.fi lence by handling on'y th BLST GOODS.
PM03 W.; Second pavcriport;
231 Twentieth strett
Send to Krell & Math foh&mnur cook-
O stere by the dish or canft
tkeftre tonight. pmv&miwJ-..
I C.hl. Sample, oif H"(wkee waaiepwe
dty jesterdayon butfoisB.' .; 'iJlv
J. W. Day and WfrthfbVnW
for G-ncseo on a eljdrfr viait. -JtxS-.
E D Bweeney.leC 'ihi'a mornisf
Rock ford on legal bualsets. . '-j-i ;
Why jjr ho.Ti to d'tt'nT whea yitti Can
sjet a nice lunch atjKrefJ ft Math't 'iL
For rent An 8-ro6a);'li9U6 'JoJ'BiL,
Elm street Apply to ?iJiao jScEairy,
in Mitchell & Lynd.y?uilding. '"
Hot coffee, tea or Jthotl4 'DySti
and lovely French ; or' tolujni; tollB i'with'
cream pie or pnff.t KreT & M4th, an
d ress m akers. OTr J, Q ftft'fcfW-Mrd
ware store. W&wKM(iWff
prices ana guwsmeea TB"Tf6m?V-ziM:
Give ks allr Dnrotfoiiie nfiffl'.
v j t, - vi.; y
Murphj's "ODowd's Neighborsl'Srbo
are to be eeen at Harper s theatre next
Tuesday evcli:Dgj is at lbHrpe'r .rBert
Holcomb, formtrly of Rack Island, :s
wim tne company.
The Dt nver Times briDes Ihe news that
3eth Morfran has skipped out, leaving bis
bondtmen in tfce lurch (jcie s he can be
recuptured.) His office Las been rlis
mahtled tf its furDiehint's ry his ewdit
ora. rid prriceedins re on in the sif;
preme court of Colorado to disbar him.
ProM of his previous disb'.rmerj t in lawn
bs;bcfn furcishcfl, which means thai be
was euiny 01 penury wnen ce cot a
license in Colorado This, wi.h his im
moral conduct, wi',1 settle fcip case.
A DATONPORT MAN
Who Bea.r the Nw Year Quite
'..- Satisfactorily ; ,.;.''
JOLO.' 0V COLE.
The Machtnhfitt the C.', ft: 1. P. K.R
Shopa Relates Important " Incidents of
Recent Occurrence He TVoald gger
at His Work, aa Taaoh Iatoxlcated
AnIntltutioa Trnthluflf tdvt-tUed. . ..
Among the many casta i"1Ui4a vicinity
in which the fflpney of,. the Stackfcouse
treitment has been fully demonstrated,
may be mentioned that of C. O. Cole,
tbe ma hinist at tbe Chlcaeo, ' Rock
Island & Pacific railroad siops.. .Mr.
Cole reefdta atTNo.- 415 West. Sixth
street, Da ve,ppoi;, mC ' . : . .
.. "This trouole began." :said Mr. Cole,
-"about three, years.' ago, but has been
much worse this winter.. For a year or
two I have been; trjoubb;d more or less
fLLtSTVery bad. Snmeiimes I would steser
4js if intoxicated, and when, at . my
Vfrk would,, almost ko - to sleep. I
wtHild have io walk, around to awaken.
There was a. very , heavy feeling in ihe
top (t my bead, as though a very heavy
weight bad keen placed there.r:" .-:!
Another Mustache Cae.
Iowa City now presents a caee growing
out of the loss of a p.uBtaclie notcptjrely
dissimilar to the one that recently oc
curred in Moline. College boys will have
their fun and their humor sometimes
takes on elrncge phases. Some lit tie
time ago tbe bujs of the dental depart
ment of the Iowa State University amused
themselves by cutting off the mustache of
a Mr. John eon. For this little joke a
number were txpelltd by tbe faculty. The
latter, howevt-r, met on Saturday morn
ing and reconsidered their action by re
instating one of the students expelled, in
consideration that he be suspended for
one month, and gave tLe other expelled
student his "time" and au boaordb.e dis
charge. " ; ' ' ' : '
The "faculty also suspended for two
werk? i6 other dtnttl ttudeais who wre
implictit d, all of them being members of
the freshman ' clasV There has been a
good deal of txcUetuett cau6eij by tbfc
action of the faculty and many opinions
ventured, the students taking the ground
that the penalty infLcted is in" both in
stances too severe. The class basbeen
c trreipocdini; with other schools and wih
have no difficulty. 1n securing tu.tion, but
t'-ie prevailinz opinion is that Ik.'v
will let the matter dror) and that the sus
pended s'utlects .will resume work as
Boon as their terms of suspension have
The lease of life for'Uncle Tom's
Cabin" is phenomenal. It is a play that
baa been backed, : and butchered, and
guyed unmercifully, and yet it survives,
because it tells ft story which interests
and s Ira up humanity. It can be truly
said of the Davis Uncle Tom's Cabin
company, that every performer in Lis or
her particular line ii an artist. The
scenic, mechanical, celciutn and elcctrU
Cil effects are truly wonderful, as will be
teen by all who attend the producian at
Harper's theatre tocight.
i Clara. Morris,. America's , greatest nc
tress, -will be seen attho Burtis at Dv
enjiort this evening in her entirely new
play, "Claire," her own adaDtation from
the Gsugan of Richard Dak. .,
. Mr. GeorgefP. Cb9tr. wb assbm -s
iheartJothe"k 4)A-x n Tiie
Bottbm nf the Sif," is at of She abost
quiet and dignified gentlemen imaginable
off the st ago, and is anything but the
fienrL-lihn individual he impersonates in
the'play (o'be sttn' at" Harppr's" theatre
on-Friday evening of this week. -
. i ro!ate. '" ,
Jan. f7. Estate of John W. Clemi nt.
Letters of administrition it sued to Ettic
'Viffltate Chtrle!'. A-mitifngj tet-
t r.MOi a iurriiiirau lsawa x& Urtv&j
Armstrong. A. L Mead, Charles S.
Walther and vY1"'B.nl D i 11 onap pointed
. Lttppraiscrs. . ... -1
-.state of William F. AicConnell. Jonn
Atfh Samuel ' Ml Joknvton and Edwin
Uobcri appointed appraisers.
Guardianship issued to Helen - Arm-
'strong." .Bond fl'ed and approved.
t . J; .1 II
The Most Pleasant Way.
of preventing the grippe, colds, head-
piches, and fevers irf to uw tho Hquid
laxative remedy , Syrup of Figs,. .when
ever tbe svsiem needs a centle, yet inac
tive cleansing.' To be benefited on
must cet the true remedy manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
For sale-by all druggists iu 50c. and f 1
7 y .r-.f,-
For yonf tottslfferatibn'
Tlie Material, the Workmanship, t
1 - I' li Hi. '! '''
,r v '''The .Finish,. the ,
Wt THINKS WE
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.!' . '"Gomeyatid investigate for yourself.
Our,iF:tJRMITURE, :!Every Description,;
j CARPETS, livery ..Texture, ., i.
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at r 'urn .; i -tl ' ;&'
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C. O. COLE.
I had severe headaches. Mv memory
jfailed and I had some difikuliv Wiiu my
h'Brms, bavine 'a very annoying, ringing
sound almost constantly in' my ears t,
peemed impossible to get enough sleep.
X took cold without the slightest appear
iant cause and had no end of trouble with
my nose and thront.
' On the SLh of December bavins; heard
of the great Dr-neflts the sfflicied were re-
ceiviogr at tbe Stucklion-B Medical Insti v
tale, I applied there for trea'ment, Tbe
results 4n my own case more than vari-fli-d
the man? pood rt ports I tad heard
of their work in Davenport and vicinity.
Under Ihe mild, pleasant, patient, eys
tematicf and thorough treatment
administered, I was given speedy relief
and. now all the symptoms I bate de
scribed, hive disappeared. It is not sur
prising Tht ihe orhces of the Siackbouse
Mf!icfcT institute f.rj well tiled at all
time and that peop'e are comin'ar from
t v iu!e'rir f the sta'e and from Illinois
tone trented by -the skilled spHciniiatg
I fan heartily recommend them 'end con
eriit'ul tte tbem upon the ueces that
t'ycry ohe snows thevjire.lMfVing."--
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, ; ;.; ; . it. ;i. ' t..:; : ;u $i: lit : . i
oi" rJL"u ''v' ;" -!" ",n:!&''"!,'! c?-" "-
rraltlcal Little .Machines.
Machines have been invented for making
uaH boxes, sharpening calks of horseshoes,
for cutting barrel staves directly from the
log and for; automatically covering cream
drops -with chocolate. New York Telegram.
"Catarrh in Uc bead is a constitutional
disease. "-and rennirpa Ha rmna itrrtinnat'
remdv like flood's Sarsaoarilla. to effect 7 to 8 p. m
a care. ' . K ' .; J - Sundays 9 W 12 m .'only T
An Institution That Iloes S'ot Practice or
Believe la Plaelarhim.
N'hat would you t-. ink of the editor
of-your favorite locl paper, should you
dis-cover that he clipped bodily the edi
torial columns or a ChiCNgo paper and
re-printed tnem as his own? ; ';
You would denounce him as a' literary
thief. -- :
What would ynu think of advertising
physicians, should you discover that they
clipped bodily tbe 2-column advertise
ment of a mi dicul institution at Criicago,
and re-printed it word for word in the
Dveport, Rock Island and Moline pa
ptrs as their own-"Sirnply substitotinjf
thefr name and address for that . cf..tbe
Cbicagb insthutior.? Such a proceeding
couki be deslgnalef' by no milder "term
tbsn theft." ' . ! " ... '
It is a poor iu'e that does not work
bo'h ways, and the German proverb' Qe
who lies will steal" is iqutilly applicable
when translated "lie" ytbo'ifteals will lis.
The mnn who does cot h'esitatt to steat
advertising mattrr' from- ihose: whrtm
heaven hath endowed' wirh an Intellect,
can hardly be esteemed worthy of ptiblic
confidence '' .;.! 'i
Practices long continued become fixed
-habit'. . He is apt- to op?-4b-dverWB
'nt; of his superiors without discrimin
ation He may tbus attribute, to himself
powers that bje does not possess. In tbe
cagff that.wtf bave in mind at, this mo
ment Very yfitf,le- self-prajse wotfld J
cart Uie tplagiaristS advertiser over the 4
bounds of hotb reason and trub.
The specialists of the Stackhous?
Mi dical Institute JLave tbe Ekip, ability
and nriginaiitj to ' J-
Perform their own cures,
Compound their own medicines, .
Write.ifceir own advertisements and -
Eu ldup their own reputations.
The $5 raie -will jsre vail. unrH Febru-"
arv 1st. Such a Bma'l sum (ibout
16 Cf.n.tB aday) yi many cases scarcely
covers He cfst of the mire drU3 .and
mertufliap TSSed. The Trtcishst xf "the
S'ar'Kti. use 3!edical institute make this
offer for a limited tims in order to ac
quaint tbe - public, jwitn . their,. methods,
facilities and" successful' treatment of
prevalent chronic- diseases. All who be
gin treatment while tbe low rate prevails
will be entitled- to aR neceawry medi
cines, -consur a' ions, examinations,, eer
vices and treatment fox $5 per month upr
til .dtfmiss'd. entirely" andt thoroughly
Stackhouse M edical I nstitute,-
"T Permanently ldcatefl in -:
' i Iloomn and 18. " " i i" '
' l'l (First ftoor. 'fake the Elevntor.") i ;i'
. Carntr of Brtdr and Third Etrta,
datexpokt; iowi, - ;,: 1
All curable diseases - treated with suc
cess. Specialties: Eve. - Ear." Nose,
Throat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases,
Blood Diseases and Skin Diseases.
fruccissru! treatment by rnaftr " Write
for Bvmptom blank. Consultation and
-examination free. ; w
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 5 to 5 and
Blankets, Comforters and MM-
in fact everything yon need Jo the home. ,- ;
EASY PAYMENTS. No' Extra Charge;
. r OHAS, A. MEOK,
. . 322 Brady Street, Davenport, li .
Tklephonb 421 1 - ' ,
. Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.;.,, ' r '
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,1 1
, Gas and Steam; Fitting,
A complete lin of PiTe, Braes Goods, Packing, Hosev .' .
, , Fire Brick Etc. largest and best equipped '
-' u . . establishment west.of Chicago;
DAVis tuxM; Moline, m. I 112, 114 West SeTdnteenth sL
- Telephone 2053. ' ' j ' Telephone i' 48-; ; 1 " Aocklaiatd 1
v: "T?.eWenceTeleDhon- ' 16t 'l!
GEORGE OCllAFE&i Proprietor. ' . ' . .'
; -i601 eecood Aveone, Comer of :Sltenth Street, - Orpoite fiarper'e Tbeaue J
Theiihoicf st Wine. Liquors. Beer end Cigars always on Hand
free l.aach Ever? Da . tandwicbes FnraUbe.l on Sborl NoOoe.
J. Ma CHRISTY.
' KIIDFICTOEEI CF CRIdOS iU. OTn,;
Ask ToTir Orocer for Them'. ' '
i ' SPECIiLTISS:
The Chrtety'.,H)TeTE7 and cirietj "'Wai
4,A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE, A FOUL BAR-
GAINa";;MARRY,A 1?LAIN C1RL IFSHE USESJc
en " Fin i s h edH -
We will bcc'iipyrournhew store, coof 'Fifth-Weriue
rand Twenty-third St.y and will-lcnowivs-the--
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