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THE AKGTJK WEDNESDAY, FEI311UARY 1, 1893.
wived 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
Csmembert in Boxei.
,i in Cakes.
r qtiefort Cheeee, by the Pound.
,, in GUs-8 Jars.
BD'l Chetse in Cukes.
V.ufch&rel Cnetse in Tin Foil.
Sw iss Crt-am in Cake.
Frnmsgp, extra Double Creim.
Club Houce Cheese.
Genuine Imported Swiss Cheese.
New York Cream Cbeese.
BASE BALL TALK.
This line of cheese all came in one shipmen
and is strictly fresh.
HAVE TOO MANY WINTER SHOES.
Ladies' lace, wrrm lined shoes, sold at $.7S,
go a: $1.2).
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at SI. SO,
go 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.
in LADIES' FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Men's working shoes, congress,
lace and buckle, $1.00.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
One that's stylish, honest and true.
Special Ladies' department.
81, 803 W. Second St., Davenport.
totthone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
McCmall. Accounts Said to be Settled
With the I.-I. League Note.
A dispatch from Joliet to the Chicago
Htrnld ot yesterday, which Dears very
BtroDgly the ear marks of "Onioa Bill"
bin self, but which it is hoped is not an
exaggeration of ficts, sets forth the fol
lowing relating to base ball matters in
the I -I. league:
The trouble between the two faction
of the Illinois-Iowa base league came to
n end todiy. President W. W. Kent,
of Jacksonville. Vice President W. R
Moore, of Moline. and Captain F. C. Tay
lor, of Jacksonville, arrived in this city
this morning to inspect and audit the
books of Secretary McCar.ll and settle
accounts of (he season of 1802. After a
long examination of the reports and wit
nesses it was found that Moduli was en
titled to his full salary for the season, re
gardless of the length of time the teams
played, which was the agreement when
he assumid the duties of secretary of the
leHgue. All the vouchers and accounts
were carefuhy examined, and every cent
tbat came into McCaull's hands was
prr.ptr!y accounted for. Th s has pr&cs
ticttlly sefled the difficulties, and all will
again j'lin in maintaining the Illinois-
low -t league. It is thought that Jo'ii t
will not put a club in (he fiyld the coming
Guess Joliet will not be in il the cora-
inc? sesunn, nor will McCaull, or Suggs,
or Murray, or any of the prison city
tribe.if the other ci ies of (he league have
a chance to ptsp j id-.'ment.
Bumpus Jones is ehavin" faces in a
barht r shop at C'darvill.-, O.
Witiroik. Truby and Dtnie!s will play
with the Southern league.
The suit of Pircber Cunningham against
J. Earle Wagner comes up in a Philnil
phia court next week. Tbi is for $600
which Cunningham claims as bonus f.ir
consenting to his trnt.f..r from the Puil
adelphia Players' Letigue club to Biiff ilo
in 1890. President J. Earle Vv agner.ovcr
his personal signature, guaranteed the
payment or the money and gave f'300 on
account. The other $300 was paid to ex
Secretary Brunell to be paid ever to Cun
ningham, but he used the monev for
league purposes. Cunningh&m then be
gan sail 8ginst Mr. Wagner personally
for the whole amount.
There seems to be quite a cumber of
people on the sick list at present.
Pedestrian do not seem to need side-
walk-; the middle of the street is good
Q'lite a number of farmers are taking
advantage of the fine sleighing to market
Post Byron. Jan. 81. The man who
does not fall down tbeee days must be
well shod hnd duly Baser.
One of Lewis Taylor's twin babies hied
on Saturday; the other one was quite
sicR. but ib now improving.
Dr J. W. Morgan, of Moline, lectures
in the G. A. R. hall this evening in the
interests of the Home Forum.
The farmers nearly all seem to be short
on sand, j ldging from the large quanti
ties which they are hauling from in front
of town. If they continue to haul it
awny they will beat a government ap
Eminent Doctor Coming.
Dr. H.McG. Wilson, president of the Free
Foreign Doctors of the Chicago Sanitary
Institute, 281 Michigan avenue, Chicago,
is at the Rocs: Island heuse and
will remain until Feb. 5th. Incor
porated as a medical and surgical
institute for the treatment of all chronic
diseases and deformities by the great An
glo-American staa of physicians and sur
geons. English, German, Swedish and
American graduates of the colleges of
physicians and surgeons, Toronto, Cana-
dx; Albany Medical college, Albany, New
Yoik; Belleview Hospital Medical col
lege. New York City, and St. Paul Medi
cal college, Minn.
AH who visit the doctors during their
stay will receive medical and surgical
examination and treatment for three
mouths free of charge.
We cure ca'arrh, diseases of the throat
e .d lungs, diseases of women and ner
v us diseases of men, and all chronic
diseases and deformaties, eye and ear,
The doctor arrived at the Rock
Island bouse on the morning of January
31 and Kill remain until the evening of
Feb .5 Ad who visit the doctor during
his stay will be treated three months
' Free of Charne."
Sorrow aod Sympathy.
Reynolds camp, M. W. A. has adopted
the lollowing resolutions relative to the
dea'.h of Dr. John. Stuart:
Whereas, The Great Ruler of the
Universe has in his iufloite wisdom seen
fit to remove from Reynolds Camp No.
199 M. W. A , of Reynolds. III., our es
teemed neighbor and late citizen, Dr. F.
Resolved, Tbat in his sudden removal
our camp has lost an esteemed neighbor
who as always an active worker in the
interests of our order and the community
in wbich he lately resided, a goed citiz n.
Reso'.v.'d, That we extend to his fam
ily and friends our heartfelt sympathy
in this sad affliction, and we earnestly
hope tbat so groat a bereavement may be
overruled for their highest good.
Resolved, That our charter be draped
in morning and tbat a copy of these reso
lutions be published in two of the lead
ing Rock Island weekly papers and in the
Modern Woodman, and that a copy be
sent to the family of the deceased.
John McApam, Committee.
S. P. Ate.
Th. Modern invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping with
otner luxuries. A ri medy must be pleas
antly acceptable in form, purely whole
some in composition, truly beneficial in
effect and entirely free from every ob
jectionable quality. If really ill he con
suits a physician; if constipated he uses
the gentle family laxative, Syrup of
Boot and shoe store for sale or ex
change. Address F. T. Cool, Cordova,
Three good farms for sale or ex
change. Address F. T. Cool, Cordov.
Mrs. E. G. Frazer is expected home
from Springfield the tatter part Of the
Hot coffee, hot tea, hot chocolate, with
good rich cream any time at Kre.ll &
Wanted To buy a collection of post
age stamps. William F.E.Gurley. Dan
The collections at the Rock Island toll
bridge for the month of January were
Try a slice of our cream pie or a cup of
the best coffee in the city at Krell &
Wanted Good girl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Dan D.ost, 2128
Mint, winttrgreen and maple patties.or
candied ginger for your reception or pr
ly. Krell & Math have tbem.
Miss Abbie Dean left last night for
Yorkville, 111., called thence by the
death of a relative at tbat place.
The friends of Miss Mary Baler, on
Twecty-flrst street, who has been sick
with typhoid fever, will be pleased to
know tbat the is much better.
Wanted The present address of any
of the persons at one ime interested in
the "Aourkan Match companj" of Rock
Is u'd. William F. E Qurity. Dsnvilie,
Tue flr6t grand mifqierade to be
given by the b. er wagon drivers of Rock
Inland hnd Davenport will be held at
Witgir'a hall, D.ivenport, Saturday,
Fe . 4
John Morris in and wife, who have
been visiting at tie residence of Mrs.
Morrison's mother, Mrs. Ann D )liy left
last night for tiieir home in Pocatelio,
Capt. W H. Pierce, who w9 hurt at
Ster ing some ;ime azo by falling on an
icy step aud dislocating his shoulder
blade, has been quite ii! the past few
days on account of fresh complications
tbat arose by which it had to be reset.
He is reported as improving now, how
ever. COtXTV Hl!ILUIt.
Jan. 30. Lvdin R. Altic to ciiann R
Glenn et al., lots 8 and 7. block 5, 5, 17,
iw, south Uolioe, 1,400.
A. W. Wads worth to S. F. Odell. lot
8, block 1. and lot 7, block 2, Black
mann's add., Moline, $750.
Frank Eckhardt to F. A. Anderson,
part lot 6. Thompson & Wells' add.,
Rhck Island, $500.
31. Estate of William 8. Morrow.
Petition by W. L. Morrow for revoca
tion of letters of administration issued
herein. Hearing set for March, next her
It is strictly an American remedv:
home made and without foreign favor.
we refer to Salation Oi! the irreatift
cure on earth for pain.
Son of Harry K. Ruby, of Columbia, Ta.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
" Until my boy was six years of age he was
from birth a terrible anffcrrr from scrofu
lous humor. Sores would appear on him and
spread until as Large an a Dollar and then
discbarge, followed by others, so that the larger
part of Ills body was me maw. af Karen all
the time, especially severe on Ms legs and hark
of his ears and on ids head. The humor had a
very offensive odor, aud caused
We cannot tell how that poor boy suffered In
all those years, rhysielans did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to give him Hood's
Sarsaparilla, as my druggist recommended
H. In about two weeks the Sarsaparilla began
to have effect. The sores commenced to hel
up; the flesh began to look more natural and
healthy. Then the scales came off and all over
bis body new and healthy flesh and skin formed.
When he had token two bottles he was entirely
free from sores, having only the scars to show
where they had been. These have all disap-
Jieared. We are uuable to express our thanks
or the good
has done onr little boy." ITakhy K. Ruby,
Box 356, Columbia Pennsylvania.
.HOOn'S PILLS curt Constipation by restosw
In the enstaJtle action of the alimentary canal.
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
CTse it your own way.
It ie the beet Soap made
For W ashing Machine use.
WARKOCX & RALSTON.
We Are Still In It!
HOUSE FUIISBIIS .at LOWEST PRICES.
1- ft rCvr
o a rfl Wljy I
COOK AND HEATING STOVES,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
Extension and Parlor Tables, Chairs and Rockers,
Mattresses, Springs and Bedding.
We ar alto prepaid to make over Maitresses of
all binds arid do Upholstering of every hind ob
short notice. See ua and SAVE MONEY.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge,
CHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ii
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
MA HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME.", CLEAN HOUSE WITH
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Waf on Co.
' J ? a
Manulacturers oi FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGOSS
A frill and completa Hoe of Platform and other Spring Wacrons, especially aaaptao to UM
Western trade, of onperior worknM)pMi' and Cntxti IliDatrstcd Price List free on
aianc&tion. See the MOLINK WAm before onrchMing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete lirje of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Roe,
Fire Brick4 Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS hujuisJ Moline, 111. j 1 12, 1 14 "West Seventeenth sL
Telephone 2053. I Telephone 1148. Rccktetet
RMnpe Telethon? 1 1 69
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 11M Feurth ivetuc. Hesidence 1119 Konrth Tenne.
Plane and specification fnrnlhed on al! claeaes of work; a1o afrert for Willer'i Ffcteal b
cuu buuuk, Kimi jui new, Biy uan ana aesiraDle.
ROCK 1SLAKD ILL.
. D Alfflff AGHER,
Proprlctoror of the Brady street
AH kin Is of Cat Flowers constantly onjhanc'.
breenHouiea Flower Stort-
Oi;e block from Central Dark, the largest In Iowa. 304 Brady street, Davenport, la.