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THE AlttfUfe. THUKSDAT. FEBRUAIIY Ifi, 1893.
RESERVED FOR THE
BOSTON SHOE STORE.
Watch for special announcement.
spend Your Money Judiciously.
GET THE MOST FOR IT.
Great values for little money.
801, tf03 W. Second St., Davenport.
releu'aone 1098. 231 Twentieth street-
Hccry Caise is in ft. Louis.
Order your weeding cake from Krell &
Make your own maple evrup and get
your maple eupar from Krell & Math.
R. L Crammon.of Chicaeo, is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs R. Crampton-
S. Horton, of Aledo, district agent of
the Bankers' Life association, is at the
Rock Island house.
Try our hoarhotyid cacdy for your
cough or cold extra strong Krell &
The Misses Josephine and Francis
Cable, daughters of R. R. Cable, of
Chicaeo, are visitios at the home of Mr.
and Mm. J. M. Buford.
Capt. W H Pierce, who has been laid
up nine weeks as the effect of an acci
dent at Dixon, is able to be cut tody for
the first time, and his man? friends are
greeting his appearance with pleasure.
Send your wife, sweetheart or daughter
a nice box of candy for a ilemine and
see how happy ytu will make her. Krell
& Math have a lovely line of French can
dies and the nicest of bores already filled.
The general canvass for Stone's Rock
Island city directory has been compfeied.
If ycu have cot been ctnvasai'd in person
or you are not sure the solict or has got
your information correct, or if yon have
recently mrved. or contemplate moving
soon, don't fail to report the saute to tin
directory office. 817 sixteenth Btreet. in
order to insure correct insertion.
The Amateur Musical c'ub has Teceivei
an invitation frm Mrs. Theodore
Thomas to send representatives to the
convention of amateur musical clubs to
be held in the Womea's building at the
fair on Junet. The club hasseUcfcri
Mrs. J. "R. 'Kimball to represent, the
vocal talent, of the club, Mrs. F. G AJlm
and Miss Neliie Stephens of Mediae a d
Mrs. H. C. Marshall of this city the in
struments and Miss Beatrice Koehler
Word comis from Milwaukee that H
K. Omnon and Mrs Frank Q'leen havt
eloped Ttiis calls to mind a little affair
that entertained a crowd at a Daventmrt
store last soring, the actors beioe Mrs
"Gannon and a whip and Mrs. Queen
arter the affair all the parties moved to
Milwaukee. Mrs. Queen's husband "tried
a few wee Kg since ana in a snort tie:: a'
er the enilry couple left for parts un
known Mrs. Gannon is left without
means and bus cane o her parents.
Feb M Ilenry Daebelliehn to J H Ef
flandt, lot 1. block 2. Alday's Second
add. 'ESl Kick Island to Mnlinp
J II Effltndt to Henry Dtebelliehn.
part lot 4 block 2. Stewart's First add,
Souh Mol:ne. $1,300.
Lucincia G-nsen to Geo-Ke-G i?d.ier.
lots 8, 9 arid 10, Vcck 54, village of An-dVlt-ia,
C K iuv r to .1 C H Resd, lots 7 nd 9
blork F, Edge-T o 1 Ptrk. U trk Islmd,
S2 0 '.
V K Gayer to J C H Itesd, lot 8, Mork
tli;t'wooa rark aid. Hues Islan'l
f 4 500.
J C IT Rend to E K Guyer, part lot. 1
b'o-k 26, OH Town of Mline, f 2 500
Dennio-S Lswis to E H Gayer and G
W Walker pur; lot 3. block 36, Old
Town of M-litie, $2 30O.
N C Tyrrell to 1) S Lwis, e 1 font
iio fee lot 3. 11. Tk 26, Old Town of
JCH Read to C K Guyer. lot 6. Work
z, B'ooim bJ ond add, Keck Island,
14 S. L. Waide to heirs of Dennis
Warren, rj v. J nJ 20. 17. , $25.
L. Schrftmau to Curl and John Schi7
man, ni J swj 5. 16, lw, 5e 400.
Nellie E. R-ad to E 1 Guyer. und $ i
35 acres J 31,17, le, and vcj nwj 32
17. le, $2,500.
Licensed to Wed.
Feb. 11. William H. Brwn, Ellen
St andinh: fllinton. Ia.
Jobn McRoberts. Oicna K. Huhnrt:Pnrt
( Byron, I1L
3 :. . a l
.11111 j.iDDNun. a.ugusvi ianson.
13. Alvin Sac-burger. Helen Riede!
14 George M Bbcock, Hattie Jack
son; Roi.k Island.
15 Jobn flolcLkisfi, Eliaa Douglas
Jonathan 2 on. Audubon Ia; Mamie
Kulhellen. Port Byron.
Frank E Johnson. Rural, Hi.; Annie
S. C irlli-on, Swedona, Ta
Cordova, Feb. 15. We understand
two men in this neighborhood were en
amored cf the same lady, and as is com
mon in such cases, the two young men
met at the young lady's house some time
ago; as they glared at etcix other from
opposite ends of the room, one was
heard to say, "By goshl it is bard but it
is fair," and left the room. "No cards."
Hog buyers are offering 8 cenls per
pound for good hogs, without any tak
ers, as those who have will not sell, wait
ing for the top notch.
The Cordova cornet band is makiag
good progress now, since they have en
gaged an instructor. The boys depre
cate the fact that tbey had not employed
We understand that many wars of
wotds occurred in the last few days
prior to the special election called for
the purpose of voting bonds in aid of the
rew projected railroad in Princeton,
At the preliminary meeting on Satur
day to organise a trotting association, it
was decided to appiy for a license from
the secretary of state toformmorganiza
lion to be known as the Cordova Breed
ers' and Trotting association, with a cap
ital slock of $1,000, in so h res of $10
each. It is contemplated to hold a June
Rev. Ferdinand C Inglheart, D. D..
ot the Clayton Lyceum bureau, of Chi
cago, delivered a lecture on ' Brawn and
Bread," to a fair sized audience in toe
Bibdbt church on Tuesday evening of
ibis week. The lecture was well render
ed and well received. The lecturer e-
pteiised himself as well pleased with the
pleasant natural location of our village,
and promised to pay a visit here at some
future time for tue purpose, of recrv.-a-
Tne r' sidents t our village were start-
eled by the ularm of fire at 8 o'clock
w ednetday morning. On investigation
ii was found that a dwelling belonging
t Marshall Bros, and occupied by E. S.
Simpson was ou fire. Mrs. 'Simpson
was sick in bed at the time, and it re
quired stalwart arms to carry the sink
woman from the burning house to W.G
Marshall's bouse across the wav. 1 be
Kmldiug was a total loss. Insured for
14 0. Mr Simpson's loss will bs about
$200, with no insurance.
The Modern Invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keoping with
otntr luxuries. A remedy must be pleas
antly acceptable in form, purely whole
some to composition, truly beneficial in
effect and entirely free from every ob
jectionable quality. If really ill he con-.
suits a poysician; if constipated he uses
the eeutle family laxative, Syrup of
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Hie Moline Wap Co,
taiacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Waeons, especially aaaptao. u tfl.
U valera trade, of inperlor workminshlD and flnlsh Illustrated Price List free on
uilication. Bee the MOLINS WAUON before purchasing
Proprletoror of the Brady street
t Bottse. nowriStora
u bWck troa Caatral oark, the UrgnUu Iowa. SMBrart-'
jCar Men I'rlzea.
The prizes of the D venport & Rock
Islaed railway company for the mouth of
January were awarded as follows
Motormen George Crompton first, f 10;
Al Sluder secosd, $5. Conductors
Louis Slice first, 10; John Arnell sec
Speaking of the plan on the part f
the company of awarding prizes. Assist
ant President Lardner iu a notice to the
The pilzes were awarded to motormen
for care taken of company's property;
hardling motor carefully; looking out for
patsocgers at all street crossings; keepir.g
cats on schiU'iie time; getting iares in
boxes when conductor is not on;
running caretuny ana witn no accident
or collisions; keeping cars neat and clean,
and general observance of company's
The prizes were awarded to conductors
for getting All fares promptly; keeping
neat and accurate trip reports; politenese
to passengers; personal neatness: helping
motormen to gether up as many pass
engers as possible; helping motormen to
keep car j on schedble time and general
observance of company's rules.
These przes are within the reach of all
and will be awarded impartially every
month until further notice to those who
try to merit them.
1 ha Advertising
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always within
the bounds of reason because it is true;
talwavs appeals to the sober, common
sense of thinking people because it is
true; and it is always fully substantiated
by endorsements which, in the financial
world would be accepted without a mo
For a general family cathartic we con
A,tfy recommend Hood's Pills.
See Yourself as ins See Ton,
A PrucUee fcurp:l:ir Hit Not Ajrive.
Another burglar has fallen a victim to
the womanly li:tliit of looking under the
bed before ret iri:ii;. The pr--ence of mind
on tliisoccnsion was displayed l:y a Chicago
wom.'m. If this sort of t hintr tot s much
further, the house rubier will have to
chanire Lis place of seclusion or reform and
take to some more profitable business.
Tested and approved .1. M. Littig,
Ei-o,.. president Marine Na'iona'. bank,
Baltimore, Vd., tayp: "I have tested
Salva'ion O 1 and find it an excellent
remedy for reuralsji't." Keep it in jour
A'liHt ttia Hiin. Creorce. G. Vest says in
regard v. the superiority ot the H rch
berg's iliaaioud and uou-chatigfjtbie 'spec
"1 nm using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Uirschberg and they are the
best 1 ever tried; it affords me giea
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
as an excellent optician, and his glasses
arc simply unequalled in my experience
i. G. Vkst.'
These spectacles are for sale by T H
Ttiomas aient f-r Rock Island
EASY TO TAKE
ules, a compound
-of refined and
mtiom. Indieres&on. Bilious Attacks. Sick and
Billons Headacbes, and all derangements of
tne liver, stomaeli, and bowels are prevented,
relioved, and cured. Permanently cured.
too. By their mdd and natural action, these
Itttto rellets ieoi the system mto natural
ways again. Thtir influence lasts.
Everything catarrhal ia its nature,
catarrh itself, atd all the .troubles that
come from catarrh, are perfectly and
permanently cuned by Dr. Sage's Ca-
tarrb Kemetfy. JNo matter how baa
your case or of haw long standing, you
can be cured.
W.LL WHITES? 2EI QfaVamziON.
The road to
n askington of-eringthegTPat-ectlndacemeQle
In tne way of
train vervioe is
and Ohio Hy.,
which p arses
Uroneh the hat
tleflelas of Vir
Viorln ia and
tbe moat pictnr
The F. F. V
la the only din
lng car train.
All the throa. h
trains are light
ed with elec
tricity, and are
heated with steam. For lowest excursion ratei
and complete inf' nnatlin apply to nearest
t cket apent, or address C B. KYA'N. aeeis ant
general passenger egest, Cincinnati, O.
Hade fro ni any old photo, executed in the most
artistic workmanship nt
Bailable Pnotograph'e Fstabllahment over Mc
AND BUY YOUR
Curtains, Stoves, etc,
New carpets coming in from
20c per yard up.
Lace Curtains for $1 per pair
Comforters for 75 cents, worth.
Solid Oak Dining Room Chairs for S1.40.
Extension and Centre Tables. Great Bargains.
Bed Room Suits,
Every Kiad of Chairs.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
OHAS. A. MECK.
"322 Brady Street, Daveuport, Ii
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
of Cticago, the well known and accesfnl specilst in Ctro .:c diseases nd diseases o.' tht
Zyz ari Ear. by reqaemlf many friends and jmtienT8,'has dcciJci to re-TU;t
Hock Island, Friday forenot n, March 1 Oth. at the Rock Island House
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day.
Csu!tmtion anl eraairteion f-jend conllen-.il in the p .rlor. at tie hotel rmrn 8 ..
to 12 re. OSS DAT OSLT.
' -'. 'Sfi
oUjyeoo-m-Cbief Tnter-State Association of Expert Specialists Is acknowledged to be tb
most sldllful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating .ith distinction from the University of Michigan, he took un the stndV ol
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable ChTmicTfaZZJ
fcvoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and coOeiearf
4e world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too oft. il
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. f additlol, to a lar ho c
uce he visits a few of the important cities cf Illinois ard brings his great skiS 2nd
nence to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue. apRfs on nT7.
atT ZSlUn,S kfge Cty- , Th?usands ' "co confirroed Sds frorn S
jack of skilled and expert med-cal and 5urgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
rom indiscretions or fiom organic disease
'.n other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases oli.cn end ia Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh
lhat terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness, Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
lured by the Iciest 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-
luic vex miulj Kji cure
P-P'"38" Of Rectum, Piles, Fksures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently wiS
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention fror.
JlSf wPV' CaJWePSy. EtC, cured by r.
wonderful new discovery.
. Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc., treated successfully.
Bowels?8" f St0mach. L5ver. an"
Diseases ef Wnmpn -.
taktn in time before the nervous system is
... jiay ana improper treatment i
tne cause of so
this class of cases.
Diseases cf the Heart and Blood-Thc
large maiontv of so-c.i)l4 Ho n;,
Diseases of Hie Eye and Ear AM oper
ations necessary done without any pain and
"-"vm w use wi anaesineucs.
BRING SAMPI.P. ITPtvif tmo
No exSnSLCor fliKV11 havebeen neglected or unskillfully treated.
St wKeyl" on U a case is found incurabletbe pat-
8S!ldeBC,8tric"Jr toofidendlil treatment seat by mail or expresa.
Utt personal consultation preferred. Send stamp Jor question lists. Address
OR. E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warn. Ave., Chicago.