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THE AI?GUK SATUKOAY. FKHll ARY 11, 1893.
HAPPY " NEW YEAR'
Guaranteed to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
'o sore arms. No layoff from work. All other
'ures shatter the general health. All graduates of
the Morrell institutes testify to increased weight and
iVor during treatment and permanent improvement
0( general ucaim.
Buford Block, Rock Island. )r
Postoffice block, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
Communication and treatment confidential. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
Ordir your wedding cake from Krell &
Dr. George Merry tnn of Iowa Citf
was ja the city yesterday.
Make your own maple syrup and gel
your maple susar from Krell & Math.
Try oar boarbound candy for your
couith or cold extra strong Krell &
The exercises in connection with the
dedication of the- new K. P. castle hall
occur Monday evening and will be of an
interesting and entertaining nature.
Patrick Perron is back in Rock Island.
He no longer poses as an official at the
state building at Springfield, and political
and labor circles in Rock Island will no
doubt be again agitated, by his presence.
Bend your wife, sweetheart or daughter
a nice box or candy for a valentine and
nee how hppy yu will make her. Krell
& Math have a ievcly line of French can
dies and the nicest or boxes already filled
A grand select masquerade ball given
0y Black Hunk Uouucil Nfl. 15. Per
mancnt H-tymakers of America, was held
at Armor? hill last evening. It was very
largely attended, a fine supper being
served by Pocohoatas Council No. 5 iu
the A. O U. W. hall ahoTe. It was one
of the must pleasant affairs of its kind ot
The hoop skirt rtdcces the seating ca
p cilv of 'he ttrt cat. It necessitate s
a n-construct oa of church pews. The
whole hri'hitectuTe of entry and exit tnost
be remodeled. Two hoop-skirted women
wnlkipg abreBSi constitute a platoon
front, occurynisr the sidewalk from fence
to curb. It doubles the yards in the
dress and thereby the drain on the pocket
boos,. Eventually hoop kirts 11 up th'
bHck y- ri no t lie around in unt"TlpecKd
qnrtrs to trip the unwary on dark
! i- A TTK A 4"U
ommencing ocuuiueiy, rcu. rui
bd ending Saturday, Felp. 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.
162? Second Ave., under iRoek Island House.
GPn rflE MOST FOB IT.
At thf TJnit'-d Prpsi vtemr , "Teaching 1 y
the pvflcr. Rev. U C. Ma Mi all, at Ml:45
h. m. Mnrmnf Mil.jivt, "L .e and Lot
in?;;" 111 d at 7:30 ra on ''The Cnns-
HauS Armor." iMinrUv school at 9 30
a. m. Y'juci? people's tn.-eting at 6 4')
At the Chritinn, tmrv':cf at 10:45 a
m. fn(i:3n p.m., coiKlnc'ed by the
pastor. Rev. T W. irftn Moraing
st J 'Ct. "It lisicus rk'ri'.i-: cver.ina
"CiOwr ing -be Victor," last, of a series of
rddi8o- n renos and incidents in tbe
life of the R-rieemr. Sunilnv school
.15 a.m. Y. V. S.C F. at 6:30 p n
At Tririitv church. Rev. R. F. Sweet
n ct.-.r, tomorrow. Quinqnttesim Sun
day, euctlay school hi 94j a. m rostios
ma cvleliraiutt at l'J:45 a. m. Even
song at 7;3 I p to. Oq Ash Wedsesday
rra'ins aud ce!eorwitn at 10 a. m., litany
nd innructiaa ut 4:15 p. m. even
sods huA ndirrees at'?:3t) p. m.
At the First Methodist. preaching hv
ti e Rev. F. W. Morrell, psror. at Kt:45
a. m. 'tid 7:83 p. m. Sliming stiujoct:
'tx-lf retiuociHlion toe Lw ,f tjelf
Preservation." Evening, "Cros Bear
insr and Crowa WeRng " Sunday 6c1ko1
Ht 9.30 a. m., V. J. Sears, superintend
ent. Y!Dgx?oplt;s meeting at:4S p
At tbe Central Preebyterisn, the c-?ua'
services, rnornnt; and evening, preaching
by the pastor, Ki-v. John H. Kerr. Morn
ing mt"ject, "The Saviour's Thtrs' on tbe
Cross. Evening, "John Kuox, of dcot-
land" tbe fifth, lecture on the ireat
Johns of Christian church histo-y . Sun
day sohwal at 11:45 a. m. Y. P. 8. C. fi.
at 445 p. m.
At tbe Bplit, preaching by tbe pas
tor. Subject for moraine, Thy Eking
dons Come." For evening, "A Fool's
Ecrsad " Sunday school at 9:15 a. tn.,
C. L. Williams superintendent, Yaung
people's ttnion at 6.30 p. m. Leader,
William Gulderjaopf. Topic. "Our Bap
tistBHi Burial and Resurrection." Sun
day school in Fortvf9urth street chapel
at 3 p. m., C L. Williams superin
teruieot. 3spel service in the chapel at
7:50 p. oa., led by the young men.
The management take pleasure in an
nouncing tbe engagement at the Burlis at
Davenport Monddy evening of the Booth
Batrett production of "Julius C esar,"
universally pronouaccd by the press and
people throBgbout tbe country as being
tbe greatest production of the play ever
presented in America. The company
presenting the play ia ona of tbe finest
ever organised for tbe presentation of the
legitimate dr&ma, which shoufd be double
assurance of a liberal patronage. Mr.
Chas. Qanford, who heads the company,
is regarded as one of the most brilliiut
and promising Shakespearean actors of
the day, having been pronounced by the
press and public the greatest "Marc An
tony the American stags his ever
Fancy Rice and her own company of
comedians will be seen at Harper's
the ire neil Wednesday night, presenting
a grand douMe bill, comprising Offen
bach' pretty and tuneful one-cct oper
etta. "The Li'tlc Broom-seller, and
Arthur Wallack's hi'arioualy funny musi
cl comedy, "A Jolly Surprise.' The
latter, it is claimed, was constructed for
laughing purposes only, and is said to ad
mirably fulfill its mission. Packed houses
nightly has been the rule with Miss Rice
this season, aLd there is every reason to
believe that the will keep up her record
To Prevent the Grip
Or any other similar ep.demic, the blood
and the wLo'.essiem sliculd be kept ia
heai:hy condition. If you feci worn out
or have "'hit tired fetliug" in tbe m rn
sni;, do Lot be fcuil'.y of neglect. Give
iu.m du'.e a teotioa to yourse'.t. Take
uuou t ti'tapan l t give atreiigia, pur
ify the biood ai.a pn vent ci.se
lltKHi'-; Pilia cure liver iils, j uadicu'
bi.K'USai "-ss, M k hcadttche, couscui'.tioa
"MvnIco i iy.:ei r riu:;try,"' lxrisrkcl n
l!ftr:l fric::l J.f lid just n liui.nl li-oia a
triptheiv. " i (;e l-i.-t !:iei in the City of
Mexico is a roor rt of mi Rfi.:ir by t lie nuo
of our New York liosuli ies. We couldn't
get a room with a IkiUi. I limllouse the
imnnc oaiA coi'nw;ii v.ii.a rue notel. 1'u
iJ5 cents. Nearly everyihiug is 5 cents.
paid 25 crots for our beer az-d 25 cents
ur brandy and soda. The vaitrsare woi-se
than the New York article. Tbey never
bring you tlie correct change. Thev are na
tives, and the worst sot of robbers out of
jail." IHtta'ourg Dispatch.
See Yonrself as Oilers See Yon, -
AND BUY YOUR
.1 I J .:!
The Government Clerk.
The government clerk drags ant a monot
onons existence, ureary, unproniisinz of
advancement, and if he is riot turned out in
his old age tc linger on through his few re
maining yenrs in poverty be ia one of the
most tortanot of his kind. There is no
aarvica that to destroys the latent energies
and kfll the hope as tbnt of a (rovernment
clerk. Ycnng ir.en -Rho think they have
the elements of success iu them should
avoid it S3 they would the plagae. Har
per 8 v eekly.
f&i values for little money.
m mm wm
I, ao w. Second St., Davenport.
A Timelr Snjr atlon.
For U sautbern people, the Kaet
precioua fruit of democratic success ia
ttie liberty to work out tieir own mate
1 rial aod poluieal alvatia without re-
straint or taterfersnce. 1)1 course, there
ia a correopoodiec .responsibility imposed
apon tbe sou the ra people, of which we
bave no fear that they fail to be mindful.
This winter many. not. most, of the
uthern legislaturee will be in se.iaien
rainy of rhem elected iu November,
Ujfion these legislatures will.ie imposed
tbe duty of musing tbe most of tbe op
portunities for progretta and improve
nioot which the result the .November
elections throughout the .union lias
opeued to them. The true policy of the
sou is to invite bath capital and im
migration from the north, and to offer
-very loducemeat to Doth to come and
take up a residence in the eouth.
Tbe northern immigrant who settles in
the south today na longer comet with
sentimeats antagoaiBtic to tbe "social in-
stitutions of the south, for the "social
institution" which provoked his antago
nism has disappeared. He comes to iden
tify himself with tbe people and with the
soil, and to bring with him his habits of
industry, of enterprise and thrift, and his
iders and habits of a lawabid!ng Ameri
can cit zen. tie is a sutler innately tn
he preferred to the class of immigrants
from abroad which certain European gov
ernments are only too glad to dump upon
our coil, and whose coming it would seem
a wiser policy to discourse than invite.
Tbe practical legislation in tbe south
which is needed to roster at a encourage
the right sort of immigration, and with it
the invehtment of northern capital, should
have for its primary objects the estab
liBhnetit of good rouds, good schools
and the prompt and orderly administra
tion of luetic. More than any other
three things wi'.bin tbe power of a state
legislature, to foster these three thines
are nectseury ta build up and secure the
material prosper; ty ol a community.
Good newspapers ard good churches will
invariably follow along, and will do the
rest without the help of the legislature.
Anyone wha contemplates locating in
the south would do well to write for the
descriptive pamphlet lssned bythe Mo-
Tha Kedern !p?al d
Jiii tastes mtdiciriHllv, in keeping with
otbe.r luxunes. A r medy must be pleas
antly acceptable, in form, purely whole
some in composition, truly beneficial in
effect and entirely free from every ob
jpctionaMn quality. If really il! he cons
suits a physiciita; if constipated he uses
tbe eeuile family laxative, Svr.ip of
Mmrdi CrM 4ternlvals.
For the Mardi Gras carnivals at Mobile,
Ala , and New Orleans, La . on February
U. 1893. the Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Aoribern railway will sell round trip ex
cursion ticfeets to tbe above points at
special low rates. Tickets on ssle Feb,
6 to 13 inclusive, limited; good to re'urn
until and lnclnding March 7. 1893. For
tickets, time of trains and other informa
tion, call on or address any agent of this
company or j.ji Uakneqan.
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Aert ,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
A. TIRED W03fAlT.
jtst as much as
aica and ailing one.
needs Dr. Pierce's
Tion. l nat Dunns up,
strenirthens. and in
vigorates the entire
female system. It
regulates and pro
motes all the proper
functions of woman
hood, improves diges
tion, onxTchee tbe blood, dispels aches and
pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings
rexnesiong sleep, ana restores nealta and
ltV a powerful restorativs tonic and sooth
ing; ourviup, mads espouially for woman's
neeas, ana xne oniy guaranteed remedy for
woman's weaknesses and ailments. In all
"female complaints "and ii-repularities, if it
over fails to benefit or cure, you have your
A srea.t misrr mdicines "rolievn" Cn,
tarrh in the 31 -xii. Tlic.t moans that it's
driven from tii head into iha throat and
lung?. Bet, by its mild, nootfiinj:, elpansing
Romedy perfec r and pernianontlj- cirrcs.
TltL HJSS2S5 SSI rS17CCS15ICH.
The ma a to
in trie wi, f
nte ret sod
train rerrlee is
the Cbeca; eake
and Ohio Ky.,
t!-fleld ,,f Vir.
th most pictar
The P. T. V
is the only din
irg car train.
it II tha Dimnah
traina are Itpht-
Curtains, Stoves, etc.,
New carpets coming in from
20c per yard up.
Lace Curtains for $1 per pair
Comforters for 75 cents, wortb.
Solid Oak Dining Room Chairs for $1.40.
Extension and Centre Tables. Great Bargains.
Bed Room Suits,
Every Kind f Ch,a"re.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
OK A3, A. MEOK
322 Brady Street, Davenioit, li
O pen till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
HE. "THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
of Chicafo, the mell knawa aad aunccasf uk peciallt in Chrouic diseases nd Uages of tfca -"7-
i Kir. br reqtaesttof many friends and patients'has decided to re-rait
Hock Island, Friday forenoon, March 10th. at the Rock Island House
Moline, Keatr House, afternoon of same day.
iitioaiMiKailnaticift-aeandonBentiaiintheprl.raath hotel from 8 a a.
to 13m. ONE DAT ONLY.
' f "WfeS. ""raw
Snrgeoifin-Cbief Inter-State Association of Expert SoecialUt ,v 1 . .
r-ost skiUful pract.o.er in Chronic and V
Graduadi with distinction from the University of Michio- I,- ..1.
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate anH s ' 1, np Xhe u,i7
rfevoting marry years of study and re.,rcb1n Z of ttl, Chr?ic Dise.
He world. lie is not to be cla,:d ith the ordinanr t "...5 ?a collc& 9
:ark of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
ffervOUS DiseasC8 Kerrousness, Nervous
..1 : T , . .
j-cuimy, impaircu nicmory, .Ht-ntal Anxi
rty. Absence of Will rower. Melancholy
"iVeak Back, etc., etc., arisina- .ftenfim
Ironi indiscretions or from organic disease
.n ouicr orgaiis. from neglect or improper
treatment these diseases otten end in Mel-
anrnona insanity or iuicids.
Catarrh, Attlhma, DronchitFs at.C Hav
Fever are all curaWe. The treatment of
tvay Fever must be beijon three months at
least before the expected attack. Catabrh
. y. . ""'-" oen leads to
aeafnef,. Kinging in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and uiseases of the Stomach
ired bv the L-tesr z,nA . :
methods of medical science.
r5"?S vi Rcctun:' Piles- r
out s t Hlcers cured lermanenrty wit?
. Skin Diseases. Eczema ri-i. r....
s.s, Lichen, etc.. etc. i'a J. ',7"
Diseases of Ihe Stomach, Liver, ar.d
DlsmeS Of Women positively enred it
snattered. IWnir nA '
the cause nf u .!..: - .. .
,u;. , , v ""piy results t
this class of cases. '
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye and Ear An oper
ations necessary done without atiy pam and
BRING R A MPT 17 TTTITH c-nn . ...
:?g!rLCy, erftete!l.ln caaes which have been neglected or pHllfouy frr.,'
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele. HvdrorrU C,k:i: '
and all the terrible diruenron
tbe indiscretions of vrmtk 1 .?.v .....
Lamij vt cure.