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THE AliGUK SATUKDAX. FElillUARY 4,
iniencing Saturday, Feb. 4th
d ending Saturday, Feb. 11th.
BRIEF MENTION. .
Three good farms for Bale or ex-i-hnrg-.
Adaress P. T. Cool, Cordova,
Hot coffee. Lot tea, hot ch( colnte, with
eood rich civam any time at Krell &
Wanted To buy a collection of post
age stumps William F.E Gurley, Dan-villi-,
Try a Klice of our cream pie or a cup of
city at Krell &
iff e in the
niv'C 511CU I'lvuiLiu, miu imu wc uavc
oo many shoes, especially Ladies and Chil
i's, so we take this method to reduce
hock. Choice OT any Laaies or unuas
hoe in the house (nothing excepted) at 20
er cent off.
Slippers included in this sale.
162 J Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
One that's stylish, honest and true.
al Ladies' department.
tol, 03 W. Second St., Davenport
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wap Co.
S 01 FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
". J"' comjilcte line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaaptea to tee
''trr. 'rid., of mperior worKmansalo and finlb 11 Inst rated 1'nce List free on
i.; licatiou. Bee the MOLIMb VYAUUN before Durchaeing
231 Twentieth street.
Proprleioror of the Brady i treat -
Wan'ed Good girl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Dun D.ost, 2128
Mint, wiuttrgrecn and maple patties, or
J candied ginger for your reception or par
ty Krell & Math have tbem.
There w 11 be a young men's meeting at
the Y. M. C. A. at 8 30 p. m. tomorrow,
conducted by E B M Kown. Topic, "A
C'irr'us Wan." AH men areinyited.
A telegram from Gi?n. Supt SudSow.of
the U. I. & P , announces that his party
is at San Diego, Cal , and all enjoying
good tealth acd comf'-rtable weather.
The rtU.ive8 of the late George B.
Browner desire lo 'Xjirees their beait
felt gratitude to all who i.. the tour of
sorrow rendered them aid and sympathy.
Wanted The present address of any
of the persona at one time interested in
the "At'ii rican Match company" of Rocs
Is and. Wiliiim F. E. Gurley, Dv:lle,
Mfpers. Fluff Bros, opened their new
saloon on Seventh avenue between Fif
teenth and Fourteentii-and-a'-half strees
toc&y. This place has het.n furnished
with the b st improvements and all con
veniencts aiid note but the finest liquors,
in s beer and cigars sre t be sld.
They invite all of their frituds to tbeir
opes ing lunch this evening.
At Trinity cb ipel. tven sc ng and Sun
day tx.ti.ol at 2:30 p. m
At Trinity church, It v. R. F. S-veet,
rector. Juiy stms Sunday. S odty
school tt 915 a.m. ; mv.ins bnd ce'ehr-
tion at 10:45 a. m : even tons; at 7.30
Al the Christian, services at 10:45 a.
m. anc 7.30 iv. m.. conduct! d by the pas
tor, R. v. T. W. Grafton. Morning subs
j'-ct, 'M T-d Pirils;" evening. "The
World's Suriouron Trial," Sundav school
9:15 a m. Y. P. S C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
At tbe German Methodist. Ry. J. C
Rpp, pastor. Q jarterly mee ing.
Preaching at 10 30 a. m. by Rev E. W.
fcimon. presuiing elder. Love feast at
2:3!) p m The evening sesvices wiK be
in the Moline church at 7 p. m , con
ducted by iV:r. Simon.
At the Broadway Presbyterian, R-jt.
W. 'S. Maiquis, pastor, will preach at
1045 a m., arid 7.30 p m. Mornitig
topic: "Christ's Doctrine of the Soul."
EvcLing, Ver.sjf-ance or Justictf" Sun
day school a? 9:30 a. m. Young people's
meet;ng at 6:45 p.m.
At the First Kcthoiiist, preachins by
Rev. F. VV. Mtrrutl. pustor, at 10:45 a.
m. and 7:30 p. en. Morning suH.-ct:
"The Prwiu W r h ss Motive of tbe
Futt.rp L'f." Evnning: "Marks of
ihe True D:c:pla." Sunday school at
9 30 a m. Yeung people's meeting at
b.M l). m.
At tJ:e d-ntral Presbyterian, the nsua!
services, preticiiiog by tbe pastor. Rev.
John Id. Kerr. Morning eubj'-ct, "The
Hiding rf the Father's Face.;" evening.
"John Calvin of Gentva.' the founb
h cture in the course on the Great Johns
of Chri8'ian churt-ii his'ory. Sunday
sch.K'l at a. id. i. i". . j. i. at
6:45 p. m.
At the F.rst Baptiat, preaching mora
ing and evenins'bv he pistor, the Rev.
C. E. Taylor, Ph. D. Morning subject,
'tome fracttcal tlicts tor Christian Lhr
ing;" evening, "Manliness and a Chris
tian Life." Sunday school at 9:15 a. m..
C. L. Williams, -superintendent. Youoe
people's union at 4:30 p. m , leader, Mrs
John Garvin, topic. "Let Your Light
Shine." Sunday school in Forty-fourth
street chapel Sunday school at 3 p. m ,F,
M. Sinnet, superintendent. Gospel ser
vice in the chapel at 7.30 p. m., led by
tbe young men
W bile it is over thirty years ago 6.rse
Allcock'g Porous Piasters were first intro
duced to the medical profession and
public, tbe marked success and unprece
dented popularity which they met wufl
not only continues, but steadily increases
No other plasters have been introduced
whi h gain so many testimonials of high
value as those continuously accorded to
AHcock's Porous Plasters and the only
motive for these exceptional tributes lies
in the fact of - their being medical and
pharmacuttcui preparation or superior
va'ue. Additional proof of the true val
ue of Ailcock's Porous Plasters lies in
tbe fact that tbey are being largely imi
tated by unscrupulous persons, who seek
to deceive the public by offering plasters
which they claim to be the "same,"
"equal." "as good," "better," "best
porous plaster," etc., while it is in gener
al appearance only that tbey resemble
AHcock's. Svery one of the so-called
porous piasters are imitations of All-
cock's Porous Plaster.
Avetd dealers who attempt to palm off
inferior and worthiest plasters that are
purchased by them at low rates for the
purpose of substitution.
Tbe Number Two.
Iii many of the lgenda of the North
American Indians two witches or medicine
women play a conHpicimuH part. This may
be merely a curious coincidence, but more
probably it Is tbe result of some half for
gotten superstition nonnected with the
number two. j
ix. tbe Old World tWo has an evil repre
sentation, and ao far al monarchs have been
concerned it certainly seems to have bees
an unlucky number, most of those who
fere second of a namcihaving bad troubled
f'lgas or met with untimely fates. New
ork KewH. j
Ail k'.nda ot Cat Flowers constantly on han't.
baa'tal Mrk. U Urgest la Iowa. M Brady itraet, DaTinport, la.
Tbe Kodert Invalid
n9 tastes medicinally, in keeping with
other luxuries. A nmedy must be pleas
antly acceptable in frm, purely whole
some Id composition, truly Denenctal in
effect and entirely free from every ob-
j jectionable quality. If really ill he con
suits a physician; if constipated he uses
i the gentle family hrative, Syrap of
The Work Laid for Next Year with Vitri
The Clav Record furnishes some inter
esting facts concerning paving which in
view of the work done with vitrified
brick in the three cities the past few
seasons and what is contemplated for
next season. It says:
Jacksonville. Fia., will use yarified
brick in the Epring.
Front street, Berea.Ohio, will be paved
with vitrified brick.
Milwaukte avenue, Racine, Wis
be paved with vitrified brick.
Pearl street, New Albany, Ind.,
be paved with vitrified brick.
Binghampton, N. Y , is going to
down vilrifi -d brick pavuntn's.
Anderson, Ind.. has put down
milcB of vitr fled brick pavements.
Bucyrua, O , will pur down bix streets
of vitrified brick payement in the
8ou"h Main street, from Fifth to the
fair grounds, Dayton, O , will be paved
Olive street to Prospect avenue, Kac-
8 s Cut, Mo., will be paved with vitri
Ashtabula, O , will pave several of the
principal streets in tbe spring with vitri
fli d brick.
Ohio street, between Summit and Ar
stnal hvenue, Indianapolis, Iod., wit be
paved wi'h brick.
The Bu"keye Paving company, of Co
lumbus, Ohio.wi 1 suoply 2 500,000 pav
ing brick f' r use in Ztnesvi le. Ohio.
S;if ...I t . . a,..l V:!-. :i-,.'.
A yrcc: :' -Tit ; :. te t wo pui-lli-s
at the t!!.'.' i; i.-iti::r.-.' :-. -ti-.i-.t-d ii:tiy pn
vciit jiii. i- 1;.! ; !u i- t : in- siirviicf. 'i'he
BdniititUy courts, .. i r, iiil'iinre Mali
b;:i -aitis on'y in s,. f:,'r :..s tiicy may seem
eqcitnlili! iiiul confoniiiil.o to t!:e merits of
An iustunce of sH.'ciul cortmcts is fouud
iu the ca-c of the f-termiship Wellington,
bound frota Victoria, It. C, to San l ir.ii
clseo. She broke ln-r proin-ller shaft ueitr
t'ae month ot the Coiun.uia liver. !Slie was
in communication with a small steamboat.
n iiicii oiicren to tow hit loan anchorage
where she could procure a tug, when an
other steamboat bound for Sail Francisco
hove in siuht.
The Wellington signaled to her and asluxl
to be towed to San Francisco. The Welling
ton's master agreed to pay the f iri,(HW de
manded, for the service, and she was ac
cordingly towed to San Francisco.
The owners of t he Wellington endeavored
to have the agreement to pay $15,000 for the
tow iiig set aside as exorbitant. The court
held, however, t hiit as there was no com
pulsion in the matter the contract should
be enforced. Xew York Evening Sun.
re Still In It!
F0U1IIS at LOWEST EUi
COOK AND H3ATJM STOVES,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
Extension and Parlor Tables, Chairs and Rockers,
Mattresses, Springs and Bedding.
Ve aie also pr-par o make ovrr Mai'rtsses of
a!l kinds and do Upliolsteiing of every kind op
bhrt cotica. e and SATE MONbY.
Despair not, neither man nor maid.
Although your mouth his stiff red ill,
A'thouga your teeth are half decayed,
You can still gave them if you will.
A little SOZODONTbe sure
Will mvike all balaiy, bright and pure.
lbe custom of having a court poet one
whose tlul y it is to Vrite to order, ns it were
is Jit present cunfined to Knghind. among
civilized imtions. In ancieut times the
custom v.as well tsiyh universal. Every
court had its poet and ixtint-r, as well as
us u war. and buffoon. Exchange.
StutitttlcH of Church Livings.
There are at present 1,074 Church of Eng-
lanu livings wun an annual income of less
than 100; I,f-1T cf a value of from 100 to
150 a year; 2,27-1 between 1."0 and 200 a
year; 4,555 U twein 200 and 300 a year.
and 4,103 over ;S00 a year. Loudon Tit-
"I have tried Salvation Oil in my fam
ily, on a broken and dislocated foot, and
can recommend it to any one as a good
nmment. Mrs. William Tolley, Joplin,
"If you are in doubt," says Talleyrand,
"whether to write a letter or not don't!."
And the advice applies to many doubts in
life besides that of letter writing. Bulwer.
When an editor, iu speaking of the de
cease of a fellow citizen, says he was "only
about lifty, you can safely bet that theed
itor has passed that sunny period himself.
The modern Italian wine jars, holding
aDout twenty quarts, are almost identical
in shape and size with the ampboras found
wo Bowery rhetoric can tel the merit
of Hood's Sarsaparilla as will as the
cures accomplished by this excellent
ScV. Eeoctsobe and relieve all tbe trooblea
rnit to a bilious Btateof tbe dyntum. nuoh a a
PlzzhieaR, liaases, DrowstoeM, Diatrens afteff
iS-..ig, I'aiu in tbe Side, 4c. Whilo their cira
Tcu&xkaMe auccesa haa been shown in caaa
Hce&iche, yot Carter's little Uwr TO
tyrattiy valiutblo in Conntiiiation, curing and pro
Ventiui; tbmaniioyiiiffcoinplaint, -whilo they alo
correct aU disordera ox the b toniachUninlato th to
Jirer and regulate the bowels. Evan if they ooiy
'Aehatney weald heolooatpricolesiito fhosswtiO
uifer from thii chutreseing complaint; but t ortw
lately thcirgoodmwadoea Dotendhrrendthofia
whaonee try thorn irill find these little piUsTala
cMo in soiany irays that they wiU not bo lrll
JiBg to do wilhcmt tiipm. ButaXteraUsicklieaii
flathohaneof no many liraa that hare is where
' Vio m&ke our Treat boaat. Oar piUs cure it while
Others do not.
Carter's Little liver PHle are Tery small and
very easy to taka. Cue cr twe piUo likaa dose.
Vaey are strictly yesetalile and do no, gripe or
rnrpe, bat by their iicmtle action plcnAaail who
UBethem. In rials a; 25 cents: livof-$l. SJi4
by draggsts OTaryahero, or t..-at ty . JL
CARTER rflrXWtKK CO. . " r. Yrjx.
tun i ctjjn jin- prjpj
a AovKBzmrxo B
Ftreetf when mdm-
1 nut aoatraat
it 3B.O. P.
Bmuun ! Sprues
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ij
No Extra Charge.
JL. ME CIS.
Open till 3 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
AV" YOU TRIED DRUGS HHP FAILED 70 FID A CGSF.
V. ' T 'VAT Q)l SB aW BE W.- . -B : Is J 1 f3 fSI BWVK pa w wt J- l-W ai. I m
MlsTl slrWttssisl (
ezrMMnrA. von mat
in rlectricitr and
to -MNt -fromNcRwdus DESiLrrr? SemsjaOS'j ii
'rSm wst Manhood. Rheumatism. La:o:
i i W&f wdneV Troubles NERycti
, have a rehef and cnreiro? maVVetouVVnVemT 5hV,h
fL bavenndnly drained your fTm of ieie forceai,d iu.lu.iT3f
thus canned Tour tnknm nr ..1 . ,lT
yonr symem the el- I
tu remoTetnecauae :
way. Tbintnonr plan :
Our 20 pas
ill n mm. niaiin .iu, . . . ,, . . - . : .mi
hundreds of cams throUKhoat this SiuL who wiii . i' M ehcwit
KKt fr JM ' snan, sent neatea, tree. ""
,YV y.lrclrlc Belt is no uimrimmi . .
EBVr;8 DEEIUTT AJSD WEAKNESS.
reooTery aftr using our Belt.
CURED THESE WE CAM Clior
. JR-"" Riwns, Kirs.. K(YTmbrTlrt, lm
ifh. A. -l. yumra iwor Sir s-Ia ivply to your kite
favor, have to bj thai 1 think yonrlr. Awdri KkxtrM-
'- pirwm uiTentKnMOT thanliMwntli
cenlun . and ronsidir it a nicer powerful for (rood
amone the many aHbfted on this earth, and 1 know that
(Kronen Die srreral of your belt, have been sold, to the
partMK" trreatest wuwf ik-Uoo. As to myself I am a veil
man to-dny from wearlnR one of Toor eleetrle belt., and
am thirty pouml. bearier than before nnn( It. 1 chcer-
i .... i... .uuin-nu your i i u
Ii. K. W ill) Lit, X Khawmot ATenne.
CENEKAL DEBILITY, KEBTOrSNEPS.
r . - atltwsCTjTts, Wifi., Antra! Tt.h,lS5.
r- T- SOTltN lear Kir s-Tho Electric belt I re
eeired from you laxt April baa done all it in nHmmenUed
cfVI,Jr " done more for me than alt the
J?wiici.,i"l 1 nn,vo akn in three yearn. The time I Tot
TJ a mA condition, KitTTin(r preatly from
r ncral debility, nerroornefiii. o and mi blood wan in
!7w'r'CT'1..:'Vn-. 1 "urhed at the time 1 trot the
liiJtJliES"?1 b""- PWent writing my weipht In lf
ireconinw-ndjoux belt lo ail, khuhtkii. ru, u.
PCIlU IUL-Lineup, .n
" WIKK FLOW at.
7i?J Fnrrhased of you two years afro aerk.41 v.n
iu'""'nu' ' tbe cure of which the belt ai -- Tj"
....cry WUiy, na. HA.1 K4, es. WitT I'Va
LAMK BACK, EtB.VEY SISXAKE, aO
. Otwaan, October IJ. tk
kirtnHy trouhle, and say to those afflHted that 1 am
receiTsd a complete pare. I mortebeerfully mtmM
then- lourt.&c., James MIlJ.s. trth aj fiV
awoxsESVa THE BELT TB ALL.
KieAs Orrj. Ranaas, October :th 1M
' ' c-ir.- mirn oi tile IsH ri n
rand, and 1 will ay in rwrily that your No . Ivr
r-iecmc Beltbaa fnven jioJ mtrMf iM-tion and hj
-'wi.i rwu. f n in now on i rlull was.
rTer7 'day, and know itwl) brine me out all o j i
nave (riven yonr belt a pood mi.im. nJioi.ri
nsjwiiiiwnuiiij more, i am. TonrntrvK
E. 8. Si fcliKY, Li: ra Mi .
i recammcxaljrour belt to all.
THE DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO., l69LaCa!lcSt.f CHICACCX UJL
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line oi Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via iniXH Moline, HI. I 1 12. 1 14 West SeYenUeath t.
Telephone 2063. ' J Telephone 114a Kt-ii.
Reirieaoe 1 e'eohenp 1 J 09 ,