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Received this week
the most complete assortment of imported and
domestic cheese that can be found in the United
States, of which we will give the entire list
Cimimbert in Bow.
.. Glass Jars.
Froroc tie Brie, by the Poand.
.. in Cakes.
Be quefort Cheese, bj the Pound.
,4 " in Glass Jars
Hml Cheese in Cnkes.
yeufcbatel Cbeme in Tin Foil.
Swiss Cream in Cakes.
Frftmage, extra Double Create.
Club House Cheese.
Genuine Imported Swiss Chee.-ie.
Li m burger Cheese.
New York Cream Cheese.
This line of cheese all came in one shipment,
and is strictly fresh.
They lust Go.
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at$1.7,
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $1.50,
go at SI. 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.
in LADIES' FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Men's working shoes, congress,
lace and buckle, $1.00.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
We Look Back With Gratification on a Year of
lard Work, Close Attention,
A Thoroughly Reliable Linecf
Shoes and Slippers,
And Reasonable Prices,
1 Especially Reasonable Prices,
re aud are the motors of our ste dil y increasing trade.
do not boast of the enormous territoty of cur
3tabli8hmHnt. but we do cl dim tha'w do a larger busi
es han any store in the name line in the west.
MERIT ASSURTS ITSELF We ihank our patrons for
t hxir liberal support, and promise at all timea to retain
tu-ir coiiliienr.H bv hsutdiinir im'-v flu HR.RT fiOODS
JlOJi W. Second St., Davenport.
elenhone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Seed t. Krtll & Math for Tour cook
Oysters bv the dish or can it KreM &
Furnished rooms to rent. 1132 Third
James McConoell. at Bad! no war In
the city yesterday.
H. P. Stodd&rd. of Elffinotnr. nM
Rock Island a visit Yesterday.
Whv IO home to dinner vhen vnn nn
et a nice lunch at Erell & Math's.
Supervisor John A. Wilson r Rnr.1
was a Rock Island visitor yesterday.
Homer Aldrich. of Mon tana, in In thp
citv SDendiacr a few riava with r.ltiir.
Count? Treasurer Ckmnhnll ipft thi.
morning for Port Byron to attend the
Farmers' Institute there today.
Arnold has a line of canned and hot.
tied goods that are seldom shown outside
of laree cities, and at trire that
G. V. Petitt, principal of the Reynolds
scooois, was in the city today au busi
ness. The schools at Revnolda huve hn
closed for two weeks on account of diph-
The iron work of the slouch brldcn m
completed yesterday and it is expected
that by the end of the week the wood
work will be finished sud tbe bridges
thrown open to the public.
Aid. William Kennedy, in referricg last
evening to the report publinhed in tbe
Arous that he is a candidate for the re
publicnn mayoralty nominatiou, sta'td
that he is more desirous of running for
police magistrate, if his pnrty will uive
him a chance. Of course, no mat'er
what bis own feelings Id the premises,
Kennedy wt u'd not be so ru'ie us to step
bttween his friend Bobby Eoniittt and
tbe notUntitioQ tbe Utter has set bis cap
on, and viewing the situation thii9ly,
K -nntdy may be regarded as a m is who
will net turn a deaf exr to the entreaties
of his i dnirera who have connected him
with the Domination for mavor
The children, ns well as their parents,
have a treat in store for them, for that best
of all fairy spectacular pl&ys, the Hanlon
Brothers' "Fon'.esma." is to be presen'ed
io all its greatness and gorgeotismess at
the Burlis at Divenport tonight and to
morrow night. Sicce lst season tbe
Hanlons have devoted a greit deal of
lime aLd money to improving the pro
duction, and the result is that'Fn
tasma" is now better than ever before,
which is saying a good deal, for tbe t pee
tacle was alwe.js KOid. New scenery
was ptinted and the old scenes reptinted.
The many tricks and mystic changes have
been made as new.
A hoy stood on ;ttae burning deck.
Unwisely, too, tli sa'd,
For, with the fast approaching flame,
His elders quickly fled.
So, many now In peril stand,
Unmir.dlul of tbeir fate,
Till, step by step. Grim Death comes on
And then, alaI too Intel
Far wiser, surely, would It 9-em,
When bis approach we see.
With "Pierce's Pellets" w. II lo band
To Taoqatsu olii 'Q. D."
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets have remarkable pow
er to correct all rhyai'al derangements, thus
warding off disease that would surely follow.
Purely vegetable, pleasant to take, perfectly
harmless I With a little forethought, theV!l be a
present help In time of need cheating the doc
tor ard lobbing tbe grave. As a layer Pill, they
are uneqaaltd. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to
take. One dose as a laxative, three or four as a
cathartic. Tiny, suar-coted granules in vials:
Jan 23 Herman C Haoseen t j fhr'ei
Hanseen. lot 17. blork 4. Ko im n's sub
div, Knckljbtnd. f25D.
C P Rvder to J C U R'H.l. un nvij
nwj 9. 17. lw. and nnr1! lot 1, A:tb
sot's plat. 8. 17 lw. S2,r(l()
S F OJell to J C II Read, lot 9." block
1, Blackman's add, Moltue. $401)
Sarh Odell to A W Wa,!8wor h. lot. 7.
black 2, Blackman's add. Moline, 375
Adam Alday to Carl O And rson. p trt
lot 20, Assessor's lit 1861, 31, 18 lw.
23 Charles W Mother to H M nifleld,
tractor Big Inland. 2i. 17. 2w. $8 000.
I) W Ooode bv heirs to Alfred noode,
ei sel and i srj 11. 16. 3-v, and tract
in nej 31. 17. 3. $1
Bewars of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely des'rov tbe sense
of smell and completely dtrir:t!u tbe
whole system when entrri'g H tar.wgh
the mucous surfaces. S.;ch articles
should never be nsed eicept on prescrip
tions from reputable citizens, as the dam
age they will do is 10-foM io the good
you can possibly derive from them.
flail s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I .
J. Cheney & Co.. Tole to. O., contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blnort and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you g-t the genu.
ine. It is taken internally, r.nd made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
- CfTSold by Druggists, price 73c per
Mud in the Mississippi.
It is estimated that the Mississippi river
annually discharges into the Gulf of Mex
ico 10,500,000,fXX),COO cubic feet of water.
Of this prodigious quantity the l-2,000th
part will be sediment. Thus the Missis
sippi annually deposits alone into the Gulf
of Mexico sufficient mud to cover a square
mile of surface to ft height of 210 feet.
R. A. Lindsay, "late of No. 3 Engine
company, Baltimore City Fire depart
ment, says that the members of Ms com
pany have used Salvation Oil in cases of
sprains and soreness with most gratify
ing results. It is the best. Oaly 25
Tbe New Railroad Commlaaloneri.
Ex-Alderman Thomas Gas an was bora
near - Chicago - io 1849. He graduated
from the public school at Union and
O'Brien streets and began business life In
1866 as shipping clerk for Nelson Horns.
In 1870 he wbb patrolman on tbe police
force in the town of Like and wss made
sergeant of police in 1871 and captain in
1877. Be was elected supervisor, treas
urer and chief of police of Lake in 1884,
the three offices being consolidated. In
1886 be went into tbe street and sewer
contracting business with Themis
Byrnes. The firm of Gahao & Byrnes ex
isted and made money until Ang. 23,
Ibov, when Mr. Gahan was elected a
member cf the city council from the new
Twenty-ninth ward, formed from the
town o! Lake after annexation, when be
went out of the contracting business to
confine bis attention to real estate. He
has held that office three terms in succes
sion, resigning a few days ago to accept
tbe position offered him by the governor.
Charles F Lape, another of the future
commissioners, was born in .Zanesvtlle,
Ohio, in 1849 He commenced work in
the shop at bis trade in 1858. commenc
ing railroading in tbe operating depart
ment as brkeman in 1860, and continued
until 1861 oa the Cincinnati. Wilming
ton & Zanesville railroad. He enlisted
in the tnree months' cal:. but being a mi
nor, and supporting a widowed mother,
his name was erased from the rolls by
her. He left home in 1861 and went to
Louisville, where he commenced work
for the Louisville & Nashville road as
rakeman. He continued there until
1862, when he entered the etrvice of the
Wabash railway at Fort Wayne, Ind ,
working at his trnde in the shops. He
left the Wabash and entered the service
of the Illinois Central at Centralia, III , in
1864, and worked in the shop end find
on the ro9d. He was afterward pro
moted to be assistant foreman for the
Sime compfcnv, and remained in their
service until 1873 when he ccoeptud an
r-ffer by the Wabish to go to Fort
Wayne as foreman in the bhops. He has
remained with the Wabah since 1873
until the present time, in tha capacity of
foreman, general foreman, assistant mas
ttruieehnrjie, and master mechanic, which
last position he now holds.
Wil!i mS. Cantrell, tbe third commis
sioner, the sob of Tillman B. Cantrell,
was born in Benton, Franklin county,
111., where be now resides, Feb. 6, 1851.
He was educsted at the Hate university.
Burlington, Ind.. admitttd to the bar
June, 1874, and has been in constart
I raotice since that time. He was elected
state's attorney of Franklin county in
18C4 8nd served four years. He was a
delegate to the national democratic con
vention in St. Louis in 1888. He was for
two years the law partner of F. M.
Youngblood, now of Carbondale, for two
vears a law partner of Judge Robert H.
Flannigan. end for two years a law part
ner of D M. Browning, ex-circuit judge
of the First iu.:ic al circuit, since which
time he has been practicing alone. He
has been a member of tbe committee on
appeals and grievances in the Masonic
sran I lodge of Illinois since October,
1832, and is alsi one of the supreme effl
cers of the supreme lodge of the Knights
of Honor. In March, 1E83, he was Hur
ried to Miss Jennie Burnett, daughter of
ex-Representativj Charlei Burnett, de
ceased, c f Shawneetown, Id. He has two
children, a son and a daughter.
In Olden Times.
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
satufied with transient action; but now
that it is generully known that Syrup of
Figs will permanently cure habitual con
stipation, well-informed people will not
buy other laxatives, which act for a time,
but finally injure the system.
THE FOUR POINTS
For your consideration
The Material, the Workmanship,
The Finish, the Selling-
Wt THINK WE ARE JUSTLY IN IT?
Come and investigate for yourself-
Our FURNITURE, Every Description;,
CARPETS, Every Texture,
IT COVERS A GOOD DEAL OF GROUND
Dr. rierce's Goldeu
And when you hear
that it cures so many
diseases, perhaps you
think " it's too good
to be true."
But it's only rea
sonable. As a blood
nnthino- lilcA thn " Tlio.
covery " is known to medical science. The
diseases that it cures come from a torpid
liver, or from impure blood. For everything
of this nature, it is the only guaranteed
remedy. In Dyspomia, Biliousness ; ail
Bronchial, Throat and Lung affection; ev
ery form of Beroft Ja, even Consumption (or
Lung-scrofula) in its earlier stages, and in
the most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases
if it ever fails to benefit or cure, you have
your money back.
Tbe worse your Catarrh, tbe more you
need Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Its
proprietors oiler 500 cash for a case of
Catarrh in the Head which they cannot
He Preached Three Sermons.
Here is unsolicited testimony.
It shows what Reid's German
Cough and Kidney Cure will
do for public speakers.
It is the best thing for the
throat in the world.
Kevins, Wis , Dec. 5th, 1892.
Sylvan Remedy Co., Peoria, III:
Sire: I would like to keep
yonr Reid'a German Cough and
Kidney Cure for sale. Your
agent stepped over night at my
place the fore part of the past
eummer and left a sample bot
tle and I gave to a minister that
had three sermons to preach in
oue day, and he had so bad a
sore thToat, that he thought he
could not get through with one,
but by taking the enre, he went
through with all of them com
fortably. Myron Pickering.
Blantets, Comforters and Befldins
in fact everything yon nead for the bom.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. ME OK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ii
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
TBE MGLIME WGON,
- Tlie Moline Wagon Co.,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fnli snd complete line of Platform and other Sprtrg W a cone, especially aiapteo to U
Weetcrn trade, of superior workmaiiptilv nd emeh Jllngtruted Price List free on
ti licatlon. gee the MOL1NB WAOON before Darchasliig
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 line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hos,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via .tux ;J4. Moline, HI. 1112,1 14 "West Seventeenth Bt.
Telephone 2053. j Telephone 1148. EockuUL
RocirtpTire TelT)brn ' l "
C J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
im 113 Fearth avenue. Keeidenta 1118 Fourth avenue.
Plans anJ rpeeiacations fnrnlshed on all clasvea or work; alro agent for WiHer'i Patent iiul.
eliduw Blinds, something new, styliah and desirable.
ROCK 1SLAKD 11L.
Proprietoror of the Brady street
Ail klnls of Cut Flowers constantly onhand.
UreenHonse- Flower Store-
Ci:e block north of Central orrk, the larrtrt In Uwa. 04 irtdj etieet, rTcniot,J