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THE AHGUb, WEDNESDAY. FEHKUAEY 8, 18H3
Tomorrow we will inaugurate another big sacri
jje "This time of Can Goods" at the follow-
2D t 15 :
25 io 18
dCil peaches 30 io 2 1 .-:
mil from 25 to l
3D to 21e
2D to 16c
25 to 19c
lDdoz green gaces, from 22 to 16c
" " bett t;rde, from 25 to 17c
" egg iluo.8. from 25 to 17c
5 dt i blackberries, from 10 to 8c
" raspberries, from 15 to 10c
" strwherrii a, fr iu 15 to lOe
cherries, from 15 to 10c
3 doz.hegt Ca'a.whi e chen-iec.SS to 27c
15 gal- New Y rk apples, from 30 t 22c
Fine eating apples, per pi ck, only 30c
customer can get more than six cans each of
above at the reduced prices. After the above lot
. ..,111 t-rvt caII onv mnrA it triA nrirpc
in Wt " 111 llJK- OV.il unjr ihuiv n. iiiv
fMbove as These gooas wouia onng more at
isale, but we prefer to give our patrons the ben-
1620 Second Avenue.
O.dtr your wedding cake from Krell &
Cuffee and sandwiches at Mrs. Rose's
Home-made candies at the sale at Mrs.
Cake aad ice cream . at Mrs. Rose's
Tea and wafers at Mrs. Rose's Thursday
afternoon from 2 to 8.
Make your own nmple sjrup and get
your maple sugar from Krell & Math.
Wanted To buy a collection of post
age stamps William FE.Gurley, Dan
Try oar boa: hound candy for your
couch or cold extra etrona Ktell &
John Lambert, one of the best known
and most prosperous farmers of Scott
county, died Monday at Ocon, Neb.
Remember the licen sale held ky the
laities' auxiliary of the Y. M C. A. at
Mr. Ro e's Thursday afternoon and
The Twin-City Columbian committee
meets tonight hi the rooms of the Moline
Bunneps Men's association. It is of the
me.ost importance ihat all members at
The cities of Clinton and Lyons are
talking consolidation, a policy which if
applied likewise to the rutea of Rock I si
and and Moline, must of necessity prove
Seud your wifo, sweetheart or daughter
a nice box of candy for a v lcnline and
ae how hf-.ppy you will make her. Kiel
& Math hive a lively line of Fri.ch can
iii-s and the nicest of boxes already OUed
A c liision between motor c-r 35 and
t uek wuon occurred on theTb.rd ave
t ue line in .Voline ytsterday afternoon
one, as passeusji-rs aver, to C'tTelessncs
on the pun ot the motormca, S')me o
bi m rihva gotten into ts-.e re. k lets babi
of cnrLci-1 crs dtriiii: "reluf" hours
while ti.ty brein motion. This is Slid to
have bic-n t!.e cte yesterday with the r
suit as Mtt.-d, in k of tlii motors coilioiuii
with the wagon oi f . rn ihe n,o oiu.aa
could r:jch ii. Ti.e car waa damngeil
ommencing Saturday, Feb. 4th
and 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.
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
One that's stylish, honest and true.
Special Ladies' department.
80l, ttOJi w. Second St., Davenport,
( Flour, Etc.
ftWoone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
The rriginitl American drama by
Augustus. P.ton aad George H. Jessup,
"The Power of the Prgf," will have its
first production in this vicinity next
Thurdiy at the Burlis, tl..e engagement
of the cemphnv brought by Manager
Piiou. The perils find t rnpttions of
New Yjrkti'j: life aid the xperiences
of a nippospil convict &t t-ing Sing are
vividlv por-.rnyert in the drama, wtiich
in:roi:uC' S .3( f pi'Hii'ns haracrers aort
necessitates 13 dintinct stage setf, souu
of which htp n.nrvela f met'hfinicn.1 ton
s' ruct!on. The druma is st-.id to be
stroniriy rhst and civi-n wiih ail the or
iginal tff -c-e r)f its New Yrb ran at
ttu' Siar ti!( a're. Tiie conipanj in the same
same that playd in Cnicago and New
Observer Wa t, of the sitnal service.
hns furnished a report o' what January
provided in the wav of weather. Dunne
the month the mean baromcterwa9 30.il
the highest barometer 30.43 en the 26 h
ard lowest, 29.49, on the 9th. The
mean temperature was 9 above, the
highest, 39 above, on the 24 h, and
the lowest, 15 below, on the 13 h. Tne
total preciuiiation for the month was
1.14; the number of cloudless days. 7
partly cloudy 4-iys, 14. Io a period of
23 yeurs the mean temperature has bet n
as low but once ia the same month in
1875. when it was the same. In 1885
the next lowet, it was 10.
The Witty Irishman.
when told by a doctor thl bis ilvur was almost
gone, said, "Fai;h, it'a glad I am. it's allure both
The liver more than any other orgaa, Ja the In.
di-x of the body. With a m rbid liver the who a
pytom ia out of Rearl Mort poweiful for the
restoration of this ol ihls "cit idel of health," is
Dr. Pierce' Golden Ke. Ileal DUcovery. Its ac
Hon is direct, prompt, effectual! Recommended
by eminent phyaiclnnn, it tain calned a universal
reputation an the "0 real Liver Kegulato'I'' Cnr
rvct the liver, and you enre many illrl The
"Golden Ued cal Discovery" is warranted in all
oares of liver diee and bloofl disardersto hen-
ent or cure, or money promptly and cheerfully
Mardl Gran Carnivals.
For the Murdi Gris carnivals at Mobile,
A.la , and New Orleans, La , on Februarv
14. 1S93, the Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will sell round trip ex
cursion tickets to the above points at
special low rates. Tickets on sale Feb.
6 to 12 inclusive, limited; pood to re'urn
until and including March 7, 1893. For
tickets, time of trains and other informa
tion, c dl on or ud Iress any ispent of thi9
company or J.E Haknegan,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Aet ,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
The 'axes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to the. undersignrd at Ourl
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
block. PicaBe bring your last vear's re
ceipt, which will enable the collector to
find your description on the tax books.
Wn.LtAM J. Gamble.
Joslin, Feb. 8. Two of our citiaens
drove over to Geneseo the other day and
on their return made the remark th it
'they believed there were more red noses
n that place than in any other town in
the Mississippi valley." Of coutsi char
ter Ciin be dmgooei' from the color of
he noee as well as from the shape and
F. E. Crompton has rented bis two
arms and ia selling off bis horses. He
has sold six and has three others to sell.
One is 4 years of as:?, the other is 5.
Both bave been hitched up several timet
and have been broken to ride. He hss
likewise a Clydesdale stj.ll ion 6 years of
ar.e, weight 1.7(H) pounds. His sire
weitrhed 2,400. He will be sold fur Its
than his value.
It is said that leading repuolican
politicians are endeavoring to manipulate
things so as to make J&mes S C'arkson
the presidential nominee of ihor party
three years hence It is to be hoped they
will do so. With the nomination of
"Matt" Quay for the second place, and
Dudley for doorkeeper, to that these
birds of a feather may ba altogether,
then with Pavey as treasiuer o. the con
gressional fucd, MrKmley head cook
and bottle washer cf the tariff depart
ment, so much of the "slate" could not
be improved upon.
Why would it cot be a good idea for
President Harrison to send for Vice Pres
ident Morton and mi:ke the proposition
that if Vorum would scra'ch the presi
dent's ba k, ihat the president should
tickle Morton's elbow. That is Harri
toa io resign the presidency, then Mor
ion on- Id Irwthfuliy say that he h id not
only been vice president but president of
the United Ma;es Ttien. a' f.ne good
turn d'-serves another, Morton could ap'
point H'irri8"n upon t.'e supreme henc!)
Would no', 'hat correspond with i food
mai.y of B Ti&ie's little trir k-f
This ranrniri2 the freiiriii tr-in which
was mad : up of two rngine, teven wit
an I a cabos ', p'8rd J sslio at 5 o'clock
and H'ruck a broken ra;! rt'jr our a'.ion
The caho.is tlr.-t 1- ft the rail, in which
was the ro-tdtict r and rn-tkeuihn fh
cab'.Oce was rolled over and over and i
badly wrecked. The m n w.-r? fca ti
shaken up; hut how iley escaped ('eaih is
a mysterv. The tram rubbed on lowaicU
11:11 da'e at the rate f about a mile a
niinu'e. The 1 irol trucks of a cur loaded
with coal was It ft at the sr nie time that
the caboose ws left, but Ih1; car wa
dragged oa its end a couple of miles be
fore it broke loose. The cars were not
misrd until the train arrived at Hills
Vtjltum in Paiivo .
We Are Still In It!
HOUSE FURNISHIN&S at LOWEST nui
b g kt 50 O w
The modern 'nval d
Has tastes mt dicinail?, in keeping with
other luxuries. A n rwdy mist be pleas
antly acceptar.lc in form, purely wbo'e-
some in composition, truly henefici.il in
effect at d eritirely free from every ob-
jri-nonaoie qutiijiy. .. ir TCally il! he con
sults a physic'an; if constipated he uses
COOK AND HEATING STOVES,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
Extension and Parlor Tables, Chairs and Rockei s,
Mattresses, Springs and Bedding.
We aie also prepared to make ovpr Mai'rps?e f
a 1 binds and do Upholstering of ev ly kind i r
. 6hoTt notice.. See us and SAVE MONLY.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MSCK
322 Brady Stxeet, Davenport, li
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
t:e ccn lie
family laxative, Syrup o?
tVruu-n's V itnl Interest.
The women of the republic have ns vital
an interest in Us welfare as m n have, and
they should U:Ke ;.s de?p an interest in its
politics and all that advances or retards its
prasienty. ew lork llecorder.
lira. Jaatah Emerson
Or Manchester N. H.
After the Grip
Hood's Sarsaparllla Restored
Health and Strer.sSa
'Last winter I had the Gr
sick. After I began to get (
and run down, I concluded to l- ..
parilla, sening it recommpmleil
must ay that I was more than
ilaat'il wiLh it-
I recovered mv health comuletelv in a short
uuie ana uuuk
I Am in Better Health
than before I was sick. I feel sure that this Is
due to Hood's Sarsaparllla. In the package of
SaraapariUa when I opened it I found a sample
box of Hood's Tills. I was surprised and do-
ngntpa to una now weii nicy agreed wnn me,
no griping and no weakening afterward. 1
have tried many other kinds of pills, but
the preference every time now. I think they
are just wonderful. I am glad to recommend
two such good preparations as Hood's Sarsa
parllla and Hood's Pills." Mrs. Isaiah Em
kuson. East Manchester, N. 11. ,
An Unfortunate Affirmative.
Vicar, who has an unfortunate trk.k if
rin i. 'uiitp nil" dnrincr conversutict).
..J -. "i -
calls upon the bishop about some parish
... , ,, . , , . -1
grievance, rue uisuop, uurmn tuej iim;r
view, tella the vicar how budly he (the
hishop) is being treated.
"The fact is, ilr. Smith, many peopl
seem to think I'm a perfect uss."
Vicar (consolingly) Quite so, my lord,
quite so. London TitEits.
Pillows of feather are objectionable.
While they furnish the needed support for
the head they are too bei'ting, as they
have a remarkable capaci for holding
and accumulating heat.
Care for rheumatism or neuralgia.
Buy a 35 cent bottle of Salvation Oil
and use it according to directions. It
will cure the worst case.
HOOD'S PILLS care Constipation by restoring
the perintaltie action of the aliment&ry canal.
LABOE. TIME, MONET
- bt TJsrye
Use it your own way.
It is tlie bett Soap made
For ashing Machine use.
If APX BT
WARHOCK & RALSTON,
Bold tver, where.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE W.1TH
5a yr r&sbv h i H s ft 1
b Wv Af H M Yv 7
cf Chicairo, the well nown and snccespfnl specialist '.n Chronic diseases ad lseafes of th
Zjz ari Ear, by request of many friends aud psticntslia! decides tc re-V.nt
Rck Island, Friday forenoon, March 10th. at the Rock Island Hout
Moline, Keator House, alter noon of same day.
Ctmo'.UUon and cxamlcailon free and conadentitl in the pirtora at the bHl fmra Pan.
to 13m, ONE DAT ONLY.
3 w Jff
Surgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowledged tc
uiuM sKiinui practioner in v.nronic ana ruervous diseases in tnis conntrj.
Graduating wilh distinction from the University t f Michigan, he loot np the stiaja -t
iiseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called oKtin?te and incurable Chronic Prtcie
icvoting many years of study and research in rome cf ihc best bcEpitals and co!leRe -i
he world. He is not to be rlassed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too of im h
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical Co!!gc. in addition to a large home i,
uce he visits a few of the :mp.rta it c! Jes of Illinois and brings his (.Teat kill and
nence to those who could not well w ilhsi.ind the o.rnse, fatigue, apprehension and lif
dtement of vnsitmg a krge city. Thcusar.ils uie or income coi firmed invalids from tV
.ack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nen-ousncss, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Xnxi--ty.
Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
rJay Fever must be begun three months at
.east before the expected attack. Catarrh,
:hat terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
mred by the latest and most improved
methods of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc, etc,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE UR1MR wob xraw u-v a uiin
N ?J2ltUn? have been neglected or unskillful!, hum
StwTOfo U a case is found iocrableftc
CaM and CorrcspoDdeRCe strictly confidential and treatment seat by maO orevre"k
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp tor question lists. Address
5R. E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warm Av., CWaaaa.
Diseases of Rectum, Piles. Far-5,
ristula, and Ulcers cured permanently will.
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention Ju-.
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured i v r.
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psorials, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successful iy.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liv-,.
Diseases nf Yin man n:, :.,.i
taken in time before the nervnn mrct.
snattered. Delay and improper treatio. ih k
the cause of so "many unhappy resuMi
this class of cases.
Diseases cf the Heart and E!ofc-Tt
large majority of so-called Heart Di--ta
Diseases of the Eve and ForA::
ations necessary done without any pair
"iujuui mc use oi anaestneucs.