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THE ARUfr. THUKSPAY, JANUARY 26, 1893.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Guaranteed to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
o 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
0f general health.
Buford Block, Rock Island.
Postoffice block, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
Communication and treatment confidential,
for circulars and testimonials.
They lust Go.
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $1.7 S,
go ai $1.2.
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at $1.50,
Ladies' warm lined leather slipper go at
Ladies' felt waim 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
Hard Work, Close Attention,
A Thoroughly I'e'.iable Line tf
Shoes and Slippers,
And Reasonable Prices,
Especially Reasonable Prices,
were and ar the motors of our ste dily ir creasing trade.
We do not boast of the enormous territory of gut
establishment, but we do cUiin tbar wdia larger bnsi
Pess han any store in the name line in the west.
MEP.IT ASSERTS ITSELF We thank our patrons for
tht-ir liberal enpport, and promise at all times to retail,
thnr cor.fHence by handling only ths BEST GOODS.
a m I-- v am - -
J W. JW , . ..
5501, ao;5 W. Second St., Davenport.
TeleDhone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Cordota, Jan. 25 James V. Bailey's
familiar countenance wai seen aaonp
relatiyea and acquaintances on Wednes
day and Thursday of last week.
Oar merchants are taking their annual
C. B. Marshall was greeting bis former
townspeople here last week.
James Thompson paid a Tisit to Mo
1 ne the latter part of last weak.
There are still some few cases of leaf
let fever in and around the village.
Lennder Baker visited friends and rela
tives here on Monday and Tuesday
Joseph Kirr. of Earr Bros.. Brooklyn,
Iowa, is vis ting bia parents this week.
The shoe firm of Cool & Co. we un
derstand hive opened a branch store in
D. Block and wife, of Port Bjron,
were paying a visit to Mrs. Block's par
ents on Tuesday.
Several nice loads of hogs were shipped
from here the past week, most of them
coming from Iowa.
E. W. Heaney, J. Oug, T. A. Mullery.
and Chas. Green paid Clinten a visit the
latter part of the week.
A. W. Mullery. who has been lick for
some time with an absess, we are glad to
report as convalescent.
The band has at last decided to employ
an instructor. Wm. Hanks, of Prince
ton, Iowa, will probably be retained.
Postmaster Frank Cool and mother-
in-law, Mrs. Stone, were visiting in R ck
Island on Monday and Tuesday of tliiB
The warmer and wet weather of Tues
day scared the wood haulers, and in con
st quence. unless some more severe weath
er is hHfl, lots of wood will have to be
transported from the islands by boat
when the river breaks up.
Our enterprising citizens are talking of
buildirg a new town hall, the building to
be two stories hih. the upper story to
be used for secret societies, and the lower
room for public purposes. It is to be
hoped that the undertaking will take def
inite shape when spring opens.
The musical concert given bv the A'
bany band at Marshall's ball on Satur.lHy
evening, was well received by the audi
ence. All parts were well Blaved it
wou'd be hardly fair to particularize as
eash and every one played the part as
signed him with credit. Some improve
ment could be made in the vocal chorus
The net receipts were about 20.
Coal' Vallet, Jan 25 P. McKee. of
Chicago, is here. He is emuloved in the
steel works in that city.
Tony Rode visited his folks on Satur
Henry Geisler. of Rock Island, was here
Miss Celia Jeurgens is home. She has
been in the country for the past month.
Miss Ltura Tettra has returned from a
six weeks' visit to Bureau county, 111.
Frnk Junkouski, Sr is Buffering
from an attack of acute Bright's disease.
Mi9s C. D. W. Manin will attend the
Ueneseo normal at commencement ol
The stockholders of the butter and
cheese plant had a meeting on Saturday
There is a sleighing party going to
Chauncy Washburn's in Henry county
Ernest Rode came home Saturday. He
has been absent ovtr a year in Nebraska
and eouthwes'ern Minnesota.
William Hubs, son of John L.
Hitss. of La Cross, Wis., is here. He
has been absent a number of years.
The roal trade still continues eood
You ; eltlom see a miner except in the
evening. They have all and more than
they can do.
Charles Shatter is here to fee his folks,
from southwestern Nebraska. He says
they havo little snow there and good
- Bruno Hubtr of Taylor county, Iowa.ie
here Mr. Uuber left here 13 years ago.
He is attending the affairs of the esl&te
H s father d ed cvr r a year ao . He
owned some real estate here.
The yout g people surpiised Miss Etta
B rttn on Moo. ay evening it being ntr
b tthday mnniversi ry. Some twenty of
ib m laili n with an nbtiniiHnce tf pro
visions to serve a grand repast, called.
J. B jd Mcilicbatl has rjturaed to
the county hospital as assistant steward.
He has been on Steward Dow's farm in
Htmpton township for the ptst year.
It will be a good thing, for hU services
are very valuable in that position.
A hoy fteod on the burning deck,
Ccwlsel, too, 'ti said.
For, with the fast approaching flame.
His elikre quickly fled.
So, many now In peril stand,
Uumiudlul of ttieir fate.
Till, step by step, Grim Death come, on
And then, ala 1 too lite !
Far wiser, surely, would It seem.
When tig approach we see.
With "Pierce's Pullets" well in hand
To vanquish old "O. D "
I'l'rce'e Pletsant Pel'ets hare remarkable pow
er to correct all lliysi ul derangements, thin
warding off disuse that would surely follow.
Purely Tt gctable, pleasant to lake, perfectly
harmlees I With a little forethought, the'!l be a
present help In time of need cheatiug the doc
tor ui d lobbing the grave. As a Lifer P1U, they
are l.ncqnaUd, Smallest, cheapest, eariest to
take. One dose as a 1axUve, three or four as a
cathartic. Tiny, suKcr-co.tud granules, in vlais;
A Precious Gift.
A Portland citizen sent to his daughter
n Colorado the other day a codfish a dry
tl ted cod fih nnd he sent it by maU. She
rote buck that the codfish was one of the
Tiost precious gifts thiit she ever received
ind that she wus going to keep it just as
xing as she could, "just for company's
lake!" He seemed like a friend from home.
In Olden Times-
People overlooked the 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
stipation, well-informed people will not
boy other laxa'ives. which act for a t?me,
but finally injure the system.
Jau 24 J B Oakleif to Peter E John
son, lot 1, block 1, Prick's add, Moline,
Lena Aswege to Oscar Almquest, lot 6.
Aswege & Nelson's add, Moline, f 850.
JD WoodiuSet al to Rebecca Will
iams, lot 6, block 1. v oodruff & Sears'
First add, Sears, $125.
Caroline Thompson to Gust Liljen
berar. 1, lot 0. block 7, West Moline,
County Clerk to Din lei Zmmerman,
lots S and 4, block 1, Old Town of Cor
Bmil Anderson by heirs to John An
dersen, lot 18. Sweeney & Jackson's add.
25 Qeoree Wood to Alfred Cosgrove.
nw frl. 83, 17, 4w, $800.
25 Estate of William H Morrow.
Bond of William N Martin filed and ap
proved and letters of administration
issued to htm .
Estate of Elixibeth Scherer. Letters of
administration issued to George Scherer.
Bond filed and approved.
EBtate of Arnod Vanhotk. Relin
quishment of right to administer filed by
heirs. Petition for letters of administra
tion filed by George W Griffin.
Guardianship of Anua E. McGonaeil.
Letters of guardianship issued to Bus
anna McGonap.il. Bond filed anJ ap
proved. Clerk's fees remitted.
Conservatorship of Charles Wright.
Order authorizing cot servator to iiteoii-
a'e a loan of $100 for two years and exe
cute a mortgage on real estate of ward to
Licensed to Wed.
19 Stephen Doell, Rosa Henizelman,
2i Emil Bngart, Ella Stevens, Mo-
23 Charles H. Beachler. Viola, Minnie
M. Steepletoo, North Henderson.
24 Rbett P Bleuer, Florence K.
Oswald, Rock Island.
25 Viiton Rice, Gerrette Wilcox. Mus-
caunt ; Francis M. Grafton, toutn Mo
line, Anna Soman, Moline; Aatbeny
Carney, Josie BojIh. Parnell; Hugh A.
Johnston, Nellie A. Htr lev, Rock Island;
George Djwd, Jackson, Minn., Maggie J.
Coulter, Milan. 111.
While it is over thirty years ago since
All cock '8 Porous Plasters were first intro
duced to the medical profession and
public, the marked success and unprece
dented popularity which they met with
not only continues, hut steadily increase 8.
No other plasters have been introduced
wbr b gain so many testimonials of high
value as those continuously accorded to
Ai:cock'8 Porous Plasters and the only
motive for tht-se exceptional tributes lies
in the fact of their being medical anl
pharmaceutical preparation of superior
value. Additional proof of the true val
ne of Ailcock's Porous Plasters lies in
the fact that they are being largely imi
tated by unscrupulous pt isans, who seek
to deceive the public by offering plasters
which they claim to be the "same,"
equal." "as good," "better," "beet
pr rous piaster," etc,, while il is in gener
al appearance only that they res rah
Allcock's. Every one of the so-called
porous plasters are imitations of All
cock's Porous Plasters.
Avoid dealers who attempt to palm off
inferior and worthless plaare'S that art
purchased by ttem at low rates for the
purpose of htibstitutioa.
A woman who does not marry and make
ome good man happy is likely to turn phi
anthropist and make some bad man un
mgn-pricea competitors disregard a
well established law of physica when they
buck againBt Salvition Oil. It is the tiist
and cbeapebt 25c.
A SEDENTARY OCCUPATTOV
. . ,
niemv ot sitfino-
down and nol
ouirlit to have Dr.
Pellets to on wifh
it They absolutely
Oue tiny, sugar-
corrective, a regulator, a gentle laxative.
- - . . iiita, iu Luke,
n ri i7 tha fnnf n turn 7 .ArMA,l '
....... ..,.., u. i rmcuj uu reac
tion afterward. Sick Headache, Bilious
rieiiuaeiif, iiiuiehiioti, iiilious Attacks,
nnd all stomach and bowel derangements
are prevented, relieved and cured.
A "COLD IN THK HEAD" is
quietly cured by Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. So is Catarrhal
neadnehe, and every trouble
caused by Catarrh. So is Ca
tarrh itself. The proprietors
offer 8500 for any case which
they cannot cure.
With Electro-Magnetic SUSPENSORY.
I.otot Paternal Brt Invrorrnntit
will cure without medicine all T.rkaMirauluur from
orcr-tAxntion of hmln iwrrft fore; rxcn&ea or India.
crvtion.M : cxhanstioo, rHTTousdbilit',slepk'9BD.
lanpoor, rheuniatira kidney, lirerarid bliwiuor om
plaints, loiue bacfc, lBtnuao, sciatica, (repcral ri
health, etc. Tina Electric B lt contain! WoDdrru! la.
pnnwaU oyer all others, audfrWea a current that is
intant)7 u-lthy wearer or we forfeit ftf,ooo.ca, and
will cure ail of the above dlraawsorno fmv. Thou-
Snda have been cured by this marvelous ir.Tentioa
ter hII other remedies failed, and we rlre iiaa
dredsor'teiftirooniiilHin thij and evei-r other ite.
Our Kew-rfal ImrmrA KLECTBiU SfisfFWOUV, the
preatest 1km. n ever offered weak men. tlEEK with all
Health aad Viraero Slerorth CrAKaNTIil.il la 30 to 00
BaodCD Electric Co.t 160 La Sail St.. caiuuu.
Wlo 1e!res a (rood lwstuess position in the WoeTni
lr city should wrltatonco fur Frosiiectus of the
anions Metrtpolltan Iliislnew O'llego Ot'Iravn.
3iiu9unlfariUtiesforplaenKrra(tuatui ' nVuaiMX
vears Oceiiples luosa !ij't1!i'ir " -.rt-s
.t a Aaria aw
die SKO. P.
KswspAPEm Ajutaauanto Brmaau MO fipnua
t'treett. srbera adt
t aia xrntnote may
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,
11 rvi Sri g
BMels, Comforters M Being-
in fact ever v thing you need fur the hom.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Il
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
T MOLINS WAQOiN,
The Mine Wapn Go,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of. Platform and other S;tli;e Wsjjons, eprx-eiaiiy adsrtea to tte
Western trade, ol scperior srorkEiarjhlp and Stilish flls!tri.t;d Price List free on
i i UcatiOD. fee tho MOL1SS WAOliN before ourchain
""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 lin of 1'ipy, Brass Goods,' Packifg Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago. -DAVIS
iALrUJS.'- Moline, m. 11 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 2053. J Telephone. 1 148. Rockun
"pawnee Teleohrna . hp
C. J. W. SCHREIFJER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 rearUi aTenue. Keeid.nce 1119 Fourth ayenue. J
Ptonnatrclfl(t.one fn al(lo for Wlller'i Patent tofUa
blWin Blinds, aomething new, etylisn and defimble.
" ROCK ISLAND ILL.
Proprietoror of the Brady street
il kin Is of Cut Flowers coortaiiUv onlhanrl.
breenHotiaee Flower Store
Ct.e block Eortb of Central oerk. tbe Urfttt Jn la. 3C4 Lnc'ttreesraTariort, la.