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THE AKGUb, MONDAY. FEUBUABY C,
Lmorrow we will inaugurate another big sacri-
,te best Mnu,
vs: lirmil, fr(,ra
20 to 15c
22 to 17c
25 to 19c
SO to 2lc
from 25 to 19 ;
80 to 21c
20 to 16;
25 to 19c
25 to 19o
13 doz. green gages, from 22 to 16c
' best firade, from 25 to 17c
" egg plums, from
5 doc blackberries, from
" raspberries, from
" s'raw'jerries, from
" cberriiB, from
8 doi. beat Ca'a.wbite cherMe,35 to 27c
15 sal. New York apples, from 80 to 23c
Fine eating apples, per peck, only 30c
25 to 17c
10 to 8c
15 to 10 j
15 to lOe
15 to 10c
good farms for sale or ex
Address P. T. Cool, Cordova,
f customer can get more than six cans each of
IwA nt the reduced prices. After the above lot
y we will not sell any more at the prices we
le above, as these goods would bring more at
kale, but we prefer to give our patrons the ben-
1620 Second Avenue.
Hot coffee, hot tea. hot chrc.ilate, with
good rich cream any time at Krell &
E. H. Smith, of Buffalo, N. Y.. is in
ibe city making a visit of a few days to
Try a slice of our cream pie or a cup of
tbe best ciffce in the city at Krell &
Wanted To buy a collection of post
age b tamps. William F.E Gurley, Dan
Wanted Good fiirl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Dun Drost, 2128
Charles J. Heath, of the Western
Union Teh graph office, spent yesterday
in the World's Fair city.
Mint, wintergreen and maple patties, or
candied ginger for your reception or par
ty. Erell & Math have them.
Will Arrkpr in hfimA frnm trie nnnth.
the abOVe lOt i whf:re ue been spending the winter.
ne HrucK toe norce trail lust at ine
The Mi. Joy Fair association has
passed out of existence finally and perma
nently the big Dtvenport fair was t30
much for it.
Wanted ibe present addre; 8 or any
of tbe persons at one ime interested in
he Anuru-an Match company of Rocfe
s'urid. William F. E. Qurlev. Danville.
Immencing Saturday, Feb. 4th
nd ending Saturday, Feb. 11th.
We have finished invoicing, and find we have
too many shoes, especially Ladies and Chil
dren's, so we take this method to reduce
stock. Choice of any Ladies' or Child's
shoe in the house (nothing excepted) at 20
per cent off.
Slippers included in this sale.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
One that's stylish, honest and true
Special Ladies' department.
S. A.Mttrschall, who toas been confined
to his bed nearly tour months with ner
vous prostration, is still in a feeble con-
ltion and shows but little signs of im-
provi merit, if any.
Tbe West E id Piu'e club gave a v r?
pleaeunt dnoce at K che s asll on Satur
day evening. It was quite largely at
tended. Motztl's orchestra furnif-bed the
music. Georte btroehle beiny; prompter
Mr. and Mrs. W. Winn and little
daughter Murgueri'e, of P.vcalello, Llnh,
arrived m the city Saturday on a visit to
Mrs. Winn a mother, Mrs Aon IJolly
Mr. Vtinnwillgo on to Chicago, while
bis wife will make an extended visit
Al. Baxendale. tbe pitcher who desert
ed the R-ick Ittlard-Moline ball club last
season, has signed to play in tbe South
ern league the coming Benson. Sine
playine on on the lwin-Uity manage
ment, "Boxie'' h .s been at his home at
The store formerly occupied by Har'.z
A B ihBsen at the corner iif Third avenue
HDd Twentieth street, and now in pos
session of Har'.z & Ulltmtyer has bi-en re
painted and repaperen throughout by the
Ariuns Wall paper company and is now
one of the brightest aad most inviting
stores in the city
Tbe Rock Island County Horticultural
socte'y bdjournea l's meeting at the
court house Saturday afternoon to meet
in Moiite two week6from that day.when
papers will be read as follows
Pium Culture," hy W. C. Wilson
Blackberry Culture," by El: Corbin.ana
"Currant and Gooseberry Culture, by W.
The Milwaukee u having exceedingly
hard luck. The rond was pretty well
cleared of snow Saturday nieht, but a
smtll wreck on tbe Rock Island at East
Moliue blocked them out and Conductor
Tiiton didn't get in wilh bis train until
after midnight, the passengers being
transferred to the C, R. I. A P. and!
brought to this city an hour before. Tbe I
Rock Islacd accident was caused by the
trucks coming off box car and throw
ing off a few cars. Nat a great deal of
damage was done, though some delay
Electrical Engineer Fredericks, of the
Davenport & Ruck Island railway, has
just reconstructed and equipped electri
cally two of the handsomest motor cars
on the tri-city sysfm They are num
bered 53 and 64 and are designed for the
Tower line, and will be sent over in a
day or two to relieve 61 and 62. which
will be s 'lit into the shops aad repainted
for Dext season. Mr. Fredericks has
also built a number more trailers and
pr.po8"8 to mike all tbe cars the stand
ard color of canary yellow except the
summer motors on the E m and North
western Davenport lines, which will re
main green All the motor cars are to
be put in complete repair and repainted
or revarnished. as the case may require.
Pigmiaa vs. Giants.
Lilliputian as tliey are in sice (being no larger
than mustard reeds), they achieve' reaulta that
tbeli ProbdlngnagUn opponents utterly fail In. We
refer to the efflca -y of the pjwerful prepara'.loa
known as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, com
pared wita thit of their fig intic competitors, the
old style pill. Try the little giants, when dys
pep&ia llyer complaint, constipation, biliousness.
or any kindred Ills aa?ail you, and you'll aiaka
ao mistake they'll disappear at once.
A Society' Sorrow. ,
Whereas, It has pleised the Allwise
creator to throw a mantle ef sorrow over
eur Fuutm by removing our esteemed
companion. G. U. Browner, from oar
society to theland beyond the vale; and
Wnereas. We ten mat in nis ueaiu.
this Fourm has lost a faithful and trusted
ccmponion. ana nis neiovea uome, a
thoughtful and loving son ana fcrotner;
and thecommumity.an honest and respect
ed citizen; therefore be it
Resolved. That we, the companions or
G. J. Dempsey Home Forum No e.here-
by extend our sincere sympathy to the
bereaved family ann commena mem u
watchful care of Him who doeth all
Resolved. That a copy or these resolu
tions be furnished Ibe family and also be
sent to the city pipers for publication,
and also that these resolutions be spread
upon a page in the records of this Forum
t-sBOHGB H. CIMMON.
P. F. MOTtOABT,
G. J. Dkmpsey,
Rack Island. Feb. 4 1893
Triumph of Scientific Medic ne
Piles or hemorrhoids, a disease.so com
mon and so well known, usually depends
upon congestion of the abdominal venous
circulation. This congestion eventually
re.-u ts in the formation of tumors, and
friq'ient hemorrhage or discharge of
blood, or, in some cases, a discharge of
mucus, or violent ncning. a. rauuuai
treatment will relieve tbiB congested con
dition at once, upon which lha tumors
(oend. Humphreys' Witch Uazsl Oil,
the Pile Ointment," is the triumph of
nnifntific medicine. Nothing has tver
been produced to tq ial or compare with
it as a cunmve aDa nesting B,piii:iiuu .
It has been used 40 years and always af
fords relief and alwavs gives satisfaction
It cures piles or hemerrhoids external
or internal, blind or b' eding. itchirig and
burnint1; cracks or fissures; nstula in
ano; worms of the recturr;; bums, scalds
ml ulceration and contraction from
burns; boils, hot tumors, u c ts, fistulas.
old sores: itching eruptions, ecurty or
pc.'id head: it flamed u cakel bretists and
sore nipples. The relief is immediate
the cure permanent. It is 'invaluable and
infallible. Sold bv druggists. Mailed
We Are Still In It!
Catarrh in Colorado.
I used Eiy's Cream Balm for dry ca
tarrh . It proved a cure. B.F. M. Weeks,
Ely's Cream Balm is especially sdipted
as a remedy for catarrh which is aggra
vnted by alkaline dust and dry winds.
I con recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, phar
E'j's Cream Ba'm hss cured many
capes of catarrh. It is in constant de
mand . George W. Hoyt, pharmacist,
Supt. of Scbools Ketnble furnishes the
following report of the attendance of the
Rock Island public schools for the
month ending Feb. 3. and corresponding
month lust year:
Yearly rnrnllment 2.vil aaso
Monthly enrollment Sets Si
Averatre number belonging Si.'!6 210 i
Average clui y attendance Stlthi 1963
Percent of a teadaucc 93 1 93 4
C'a-e of tardinesa US 5
Neither aWi t n"r ta-dr KW9 9T4
Last year the hinh scIiodI rrporteil bnt 2S! caws
of tsudir.eHi for tbe whole year. Tliere were 38
cases of tardiness for the month jnt cloning, this
owing to the severity or the weatt.er.
COOK AND HEATIM STOVES,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
Extension and Parlor Tables, Chairs and Rockers,
Mattresses, Springs and Bedding.
We are also prepare! to make over Mat'resses cf
all kinds and do Upholstering of every kind on
short notica. See tis and SAVE MONEY.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK
A Mighty Man In Theasalia.
Polyd.-imus of Thessalia, an old time
Samson, was almost the equal of Milo,
both in prodigious feats of strength and
enormous appetite. One day (so it is re
corded) he seized a bull by its hind feet.
The enraged animal finally managed to
escape, out is saia to nave lert ootn noois
in the athlete's handsl fat. Ijouis Repub
It is not what its proprietors say but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells
the story of its merit.
8i, :03 W. Second St., Davenport.
GROCERIES, fi PROVISIONS
peb J Alsterlund to Sarah
Jordan, rl lot 3 blook 4, Woods'
ad'J. Moline, f 2 300.
John J Reimera, trustee, to JSels f F
Nt;lson, lots 5 and 7, South Park add,
Rock lslncd. $300.
John fitapp to Jacob Barel, lot S and
4. John Stapp's add, Rock Island,
Patrick McQ taid to Katie McQuaid. e
20 feet lot 5. block 6, Spencer & Case's
add, Rock Islaid $1.
Feb 4 Estate of John E Criswell.
Letters of administration issued to
James R Criswell. Bond filed and ap
Ejta'e of Marx joens. widow s re
linquishment and selection filed and ap
proved. Claims allowed. Executrix' re
port filed and approved.
931 Twentieth street.
The Modern Invalid
lias tastes medicinally, in keeping with
otner luxuries . A n 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 Dhvsician;-it constipated he uses
the gentle family laxative. Syrup of
The beautiful Haleo whose carrying off
caused the Trojan war, thus exerting an io-
nueaoe ior censunes, was gumo. - , . J
What a "blessed thing is mem
orv ! How it brings up the pleas
ures of the past, and hides its
unpleasantness! lou recall
your cmidhooa days, ao you
not. and wish thev would re
turn? You remember tbe pleas
ant associations, while the un
pleasant ones are fcrgotten.
Ferhaps to your mind comes
the face of some friend. It was once a
pale, sad face. It showed marks of pain.
lines cf care. It seemed to be looking
into the hereafter, the unknown future
And then you recalled how it brightened,
how it recovered its rosy hue, how it be
came a picture of happiness and joy. Do
you remember these things? Many peo
pie do, and gladly tell how the health re
turned, how happiness cae back, how
the world seemed bright. They tell hew
they were once weak, nervless, perhaps
in pain, certainly unhappy. They tell
of sleepless nights, restless days un
touched food, unstrung nerves And
they tell how they became happy, healthy
and strong once more. You have heard
it often in the past, have you not? You
have heard people (escribe how
they were cured and kept in
health? You certainly can remember
what it is that has so helped
people in America. If not, listen to what
Mrs. Annie Jenness Miller, who is known
universally as tbe great dress reformer,
says: "Six years ago, when suffering
from mental care and overwork, I re
ceived the most prenounced benefit from
the use of that great medicine, Warner's
Safe Cure. Ah. now you remember
Now you recall how many people you
have heard say this same thing. Now
you recollect how much you have heard
of this great Cure. Now you are ready
to admit that memory is usually pleas
ing, but the highest pleasure comes from
perfect health, and that this great rem
edy has done more to prod ace and pro
long health than any other discovery
ever known in the entire history
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ii
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Rock Island Buggy Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF -
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you to call and get our Liw Prices
Factory and Ware rooma on 10th street between let and Id ae.
Kttail Trad especially solicit
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose.
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVia iiixitjji. Moline, UL
112. 114 "West Seventeenth tt.
Telephone 1148. . BoekfcjaA
Rtldnoe Teleohrn 1)69
1 1. no 1.1 with m wt
tra ntrutH to rure all rierroun dlm&9es. aoch aa w' Merorr
Ixn of -train ."owcr V.ecaiiche. Wakt-fulneds, Lrfiat Munnooa. iikdit r "
urns. Ni;ronnnetB. " tSiW-Hrf.ali rtrainn and ki or power of tbe u"""""-
OnratM tp either .v sri'w" oy oer eifrtion. yootbful erm', pj
: t.t t.i nuii m -.. stimulants wblnti wn lead to inni-miy-
or.4tion and Insanity. ,ut up convenient t. carry in ei l
" ' .nhv mi! - fi 'or IK WitU every aorner e
jfuUiaDiraaiBM. omldUttmrrv. Clrcjla. ae. iirej
ry In et poeaet
(rr-M aveeal a.. Cfcle,
of the I Yotku la Rock island by Hartx & Bahnsea. id Ave. and 0ti ttwet.