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THE AUGUN SATURDAY. JANUARY 21, 1893.
bpY NEW YEAR :
victim of alcoholism uhr raL-p
The Morrell Cure.
I s0re arms. No lay off from work. All other
i Morrell institutes testify to increased weight and
Vor during treatment and permanent improvement
Buford Block, Rock Island.
Postoflke block, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
'nmmiinication and treatment confidential. Send
,r circulars and testimonials.
W TOO 1AEY WINTER SHOES.
Ladle lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $1.75,
0 a;. ?1.2.
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $1.50,
goat SI. 00.
Ladies' warm lined leather slipper go at
Ladies' felt watm lined slipper, sold at $1.00,
Mioses and Children's, all that are left, go
the same wav.
h LADIES' FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Men's working shoes, congress,
iveand buckle, SI. 00.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
i We Look Back With Gratification on a Year of
k Work, Close Attention,
A Thoroughly Reliable Lin t f
Ihoos mid SH rmfirs.
I JL JL '
And Reasonable Prices,
Especially Reasonable Prices,
w-re and ar the motors of our ste -dily ir creasing trade.
do not toast of the enormous territoty or cur
tiihl'fihment. but we do cl um tha-w cba larger bnsi
"sh lian any store in the earce line in the west.
MEfilT AS-tKRTS ITSELF We thank our patrons for
ilii-ir liVprH! support, and promise at all timwa to retiin
tliir roiJi lence by handling on'y th BEST GOODS.
V ' J'22E'!?'
Kzrm pi eh . . mm- r pm -
- rn'ii fcifii i ii in, niirTf?i-i' fv M r1-T1
2, :5 W. Second St., Davenport.
u'enhone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
" BRIEF MENTION.
l?eod to Krell & Math for your cook-in-.
O s'.ers by the dieh or can at Krell &
When joa buy canned goods, don't for
F. E. Rogers, of Port Byron, was in
die city yeotercUy .
VV anted Plow fitters. Eagle Mfg.
U., Ddvenport, la.
Trie largem stock of canoed goods in
the i hree cities at Arnold's.
Why no home to dinner when you can
get a nice lunch at Krell & Math's.
Jack Martin, of tbe Rock Island house
anmx, has been making an important
v sit to B.-ardstown.
For rtnt An 8-room bouse. No. 767,
Elm street. Apply to William McEniry,
in Mitchell & Ljnde'a building.
Hot coffee, tea or chocolate by the cup
and loveiy French or plain rolls with
cream pie or puffs at Krell & Math's any
Money to loan on ci'y property. First
or second mortgage, low rate, long time.
Call on H. A. Weld, 1801 Second ave
nue. Arnold has a line of canned and bot
tled goods that are seldom shown outside
of large cities, and at prices that cannot
E:i M-jseufelder, of M s;nfelder &
Kohn, has returmd from his eastern pur
chasing tour. Mr. nd Mrs. Mosenfelder
start web t in about 10 days.
A close scrutiny of the Columbian ua'f
dollur reveal b on tbe collar surrounding
thu bend ef Che famous discoverer, a
small, but well dtficed letter ' B.''
the aid of a microscope, or iven a small
mafcoiFicg lits. it is tahiiy d ttiDguisti
able, and hfter it hss been once luca.ed
by tbe aid of a glass can be plainly dit
eerneu by tbe naktd eye. Tbe latter ie
very small aud is h. cited on the extreme
edeot tbe cnll.tr, almost over aod blight
ly to the left of the lei ter "B ' is tbe word
"Columbian." It Btxacily similar in
fcize and design to the leitsri pia :ed on
tbe silver doll Ars to designate the mint at
which they are coined Just w-liat tbe
"B"' on tbe Columbus c iin is iutended
for is n Jt known.
World' Fair Hotel.
F. H. BurobamiB in tbeci'v in the in
terest of the Dtimby Apartment Hotel,
Chicago. The hotel, a fine new stone
f.ont brick building of 63 rooms, is lo
cate 1 in an txcallent neiohborhood (Hyde
Park) e'ght rtinuteb1 walk from the expos
anion grounds, four minutes' walk from
Llinois Central trains, and half a block
frjm the Fifty fifth street cable
car. It if. intended to fill the house with
people tr-nn Heck Ihnd, Moline, Dxven
port, Muscatine, Clinton aod vicinity,
thus m -kin it a beadqiu.r'era frr friends
and tcqnaintsncis while vifiti:;!j the fair.
A heady a long list of well known people
of Davenport rnd Muf-catint have Taken
mums, thus availing tliem?elves of choice
of roorrs, hnd the very low rt'es pre
vailing now. The following are among
B. F. Tiliitichttt, 3. E. Calkins.
J. B It'e ardson. tie rg S. U'ibbell,
fh Tlei. 11. II bbcll, W iiliam T. Oittoe,
C'hr: t an Muol er, tr. Matth'.!,
Louis HMn-sen, J. B Meyrr,
H. A. Kiiiifs. Jonn L. lHton,
Jubn W. But'k. J. Brtmtner,
CUur'cs A. Meek, C. A. Fieke,
Jndee Brainiau, John Mahin.
W. H. Jot:nin, (ieorge W. Dil'oway.
.1. Oarsk (ltlau, O. N Covitbioq,
E. F Mrlmll.. G. W. Parti-r,
rharlei F Cade', K. M. Witter,
O. B. Vail. F. Keppcrt,
Jobii B. Hudson, Henry Jujue,
OP DBS IfOINKS.
K.K. Hutchin?, J. N. Helm,
N. P. Jaqiiith, Mm. C. il. Kawson,
Present rates for rooms acenmmodatin?
one or more persons are $2 and $3 per
day. .rJy selection gives best rooms
For particulars call on mt ad Iress F. H
Burnbam, at Harper house.
Jan 19 A W Wads worth to Sarah
O Jell. lot 8. R Walter's First add. Mo
J C Read to S W O 1 1', lot 15, block
1. R Edwards' First add, Moline.
.1 C H Read to S W O lell. lot 6, R
Walker s First cdd. Molsne. ?750.
Wdliam Roth to August Jobnron. part
lot 2. Mncfe 5G, t;nicai;.i or Liower add,
Rick IsKnd. f95d.
liars P Neilsen to Christen Terkelscn,
lot 3 and a 10 feet lot 4. block 2, LP
Neileon's add Moline, $1 250
Ren old's Cemetery co to W O Haefele,
tract in Reynold's Cemetery, $50.
Andrew J Anderson if. John E Ander
son, part lota 5 apd 6 blck 4, Osborn'a
First add. Moline, fl.700.
Ausu st Ny Strom to Axel J Nvstrom, e
pattsw fr'J and part w c U 15, 17, lw,
20 O lardiucship of m'.nor heirs of
John Wistocrg. Cuarditn's report filed
Estntj nf Anna L Craig Inyentory
filed and approved.
Estate ot Juergen Eiilors. Claim of
FUnry Eu'ers allowed. A Iminis'ratorV
final "ri'port fi fcd ani' apf-rovd nisi by
Feb. 38 nrxr. and Ihn'. notice thereof be
given by hiWifrtisempnt.
Es'uteo: Kemricn k-kr:. uraer clos
ing eette npd disohnming administrator.
Published on behulf of Uood's Sarsapa
rilU arp as reliable and as w.rthy your
confidence as if tbey came from your
best and most truhtpd neighbor. They
State only the simple ficts in regard to
what Hood's Sarfi&pttrilU h: e done, al
ways within tra h and reason
Con3ipa'iou and nil troubles with the
digestive organs Bnd the liver are cured
by" Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner
A woman who does not marry and make
ome good man happy is likely to turn phi
anthropiat and make some bad man nn-ppy-
Or old or young, or grave or gay,
Tboie who now let tteir teeth decay,
With breath we can't endure;
The thought their life will haunt
That they neglected Sozodont,
That would have kept all pure.
The celebrated English actor, E. ft.
Willard. is to prtsent "The Middleman"
at the Bartis at Davenport text Tuesday
The "Bottom of the Sea " a production
with admirable scenic and spectacular ef
fects, excellent plot and strong cast was
presented at Harper's theatre last even
in.. Willistr. A. Brady's spectacular pro
duction of Boucicaull's great play, "Af
ter Dirk," is to be seen at the Bartis at
Davenport tomorrow for matinee and
evening performance .
Tne farce comedy of "O'Dowd's Neigh
bors," which will be s;en here on Tues
day evening at Harper's theatre is justly
spoken of as an operatic farce comedy,
the music which that smart bit of a man,
Mark Murphy, has put in the play, justi
fying its title. In the course of the ex
citement, the following are among the
selections: An opening chorus by the
O'Dowd quartette, Messrs. Rogers, Rey
nolds, Erhardt and Riggs, which is re
ceived with great enthusiasm nightly,
the vofces being spoken of by
New York papers as fairly rival
ing the celebrated Clipper quartette.
Probably the song, "Oi th3 Bowery," by
Mr. Murphy, make the bit o! the per
formance. Judging f'om tbe o'd saying,
"make extremes meet," it strikes one as
beintr peculiar tht the celebrated selec
tion from Lucia di Lmmemo-e at sunaj
by the sextette should follow the com
edy sela etien, On tie Bowery" Mill
rLU is the nature of things with
"O'Dowd's Neighbors." N thing his
been thought of or said in N-w York in
five years which wa funny that cannot
be discovered in "O Dmd' N;ih-
At Trinity cbapl. R- v. R. F. Sweet,
rertor, even song and Sunday school at
2:30 p in.
At Triaity church, Rev R. F. Sweet,
rec'or, Sunday school at 9:15 a. m , ma
tins, 88 mon and oelebration at 10:45 a,,
m. Even song and sermon at 7:30 p m.
At the Cnristian. services at 10 45 a m.
and 7;30 p. m., conduced by tbe pMS'or,
R.-v. T. W. Grafton. Morning eubjfC,
Personal Perils;" evening, Sudden
At the First Methodist, preaching at
10:45 a. m , by the Rev. R. Hiney, D.
D , nd a' 7:30 p. rn.. by the pastor.Rev.
F. W. Merrid, w hoe subject, will iie,
'Forsaking Ml for Christ " Sunday
school at 2-30 a. m. Young people's
n.etting at 6:30 p. re.
At the Broad way rretbiterin church
reaching at 10:45 t. m and 7:30 p m
Tne imi pit will oe occupied by Rev. E.
U. Siekels, D. D., of Dixon. Sundaj
mbol at 9 10 a. rn., Dr J W. S e-vart,
superintendent. Soiuh Park charel
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m Young
per-ple's meeting at 6 45 p. ni.
At Grace Lutheran church, corner ot
Forty-tour h street hnd Seventh avenue,
services at 10:45 a. ui. ami 7 SO . re.,
conducted by tbe lastor. Rev. G E
Shuey. Morning subj-ct, "The Rae and
Goal of L fe " Evemne, "Tbe Unknown
Debt of Sin." tnnday school at 9 15 a.
oi. Young people's meeting at 6.30 p.m.
At the Central Presbyterian, services
morning and eveninz. preaching by the
paetor, Rev John H. Kerr. Morning
subject, "The S-iviour's Answer to the
Tbief on the Cross;" cveniug, "John
Wyel IT, the Morn'ng Star of the Rtfor
ma'.ion," the second lecture in a core on
the great Johns of church histery. Sun
day school at 11:45 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 6:45 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching morn
ing and evening by tbe pastor, Rev.C..
Taylor. Ph. D. Murning subject, "Ac
cording to Your Faith;" evening, "Does
Full Obedience to Christ Require That lie
be F. Lowed in the Ordinance of Baptie m
by Immeis on?" Baptismal service Sun
day school at 9:15 a. m , C. L Williams,
superintendent Young people's union
at 6:80 p. m , leader, S.J. Woodin, topic:
"Thu Dancer Line." Sunday school at
Forty fourth ttreet chapel at 3 p. m., F.
M. linnet, superintendent.
In Olden Times.
People overlooked tns importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
satisfied with transient action; but now
that it is generally known that Syrup of
Figs will permanently cure habitual con
stipa'.ion. well-informed people will not
buy othet laxatives, which act for a time,
bu. ttally injure the system.
Fits Ail fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Jicrve Restorer. No fits
after 'he first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and S3 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by ail
druijowts: edi on 70';rii
THE FOUR POINTS
For your consideration
The Material, the Workmanship,
The Finish, the Selling?
WL THINK WE ARE JUSTLY IN IT
Come and investigate for yourself.
Our FURNITURE, Every Description.
CARPETS, Every Texture,
entire systen, c'i::::'na!:t:q
all Poisons from tl:c Plead,
whether of scrofulous cr
malarial origin, this pr-'fi-arztiot
uis no equal. . .
" For eighteen morJhs t had an
eel. :g sere on my tongue. I s.-i.v
treated ly ics! local ft:ysLian. ,
tut cbtained no relief: the srre
gradually grezv worse. I finally
tak S. S. .S end ii.rj entirely
cured after using a fev botilcs"
C. B. KIcLkmove,
TREATISE on Blood and Skia
Diseases niailed tree.
1 hh bwirr bptcirtc Co.,
tuc i-r ktt eu 11 Ht rctr f j ri.
1 CLIiN. t not SITi'.M. PBrvE!iT" HVRIOTnl
darea IJOKnpr.HCJA Mi Ol.rTT in O! t- Fuo 1'
QUICK :eu". rir LI1)OOaiUl sr
Sold'-rr ! Iji.IaMJISTJ. tRtTIa
Blanlcets, GomfoTtsrs an Being-
in fat ever tiling you need fo" the horn.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
0KA.3. A. MEOK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, is
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Tiie Moline Wagon Co.,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line ot Platform and other SprlTie Wasrons, eyciai!y anaptea to t
Weeteru trade, of faperlor worknni'hlp and Cclsh filDStmtrd Price Liet free on
i i lication. Sse the MOLIJiK WAlluN before rurcbasing
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete lint- of Pipe, Braes Goods, Packing Hose.
Fire Brick; Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS jiO;ii.' jvloline. 111. I 1 12, 1 14 "West Seranteentb. et.
Telephone 2053. I Telephone 114S. Bockiac4
J; BL CHRIST1T?
KHDFUTDBEl Of CB1CXEBS UD
Art Totir Procer for Tbetn.
Tlie th Brut.
The drift j "Otbtib" and Cbrirty "'Wafib.
Opera DEo ulo Baloon
GEORGE SCIL4JFER, Proprietor.
1101 Second Arenne, Corner of Sixtevnth Street, - Oppocite Harper Theatre.
The choicest Wine, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Tree Laack Erery Daj
Send ichea Fnmlahel on Short Notice.