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THE AUGUb, MONDAY FEBRUAKY 20, 1833.
Ho k u
no-Id's Grocery -
,i the best
jj. best brann. irui
. .;nai from
We inaugurate another big sacrifice sale. Tnis
from 20 to 25c
28 to 17c
" 25 lo 19c
best brand CI. peaches 80 to 21c
R.rde'.t Dears ZD to ic
80 to 21c
20 to 16c
25 to 19c
25 to 19c
22 to lc4
25 to 17c
2t to 17c
10 to 8c
15 to 10c
iOdoz. preen gfceg, from
" " best grade,
" eg plums, from
5 doz. blackberries, from
" raspberries, from
" strawberries, from
" cberrks, from
8 dc z beBt Cal white cherries 3?i to 27
II gal. New York apples, 31) to 22c
Fine eaviog apples, per peck, only 80c
IS to 10c
o customer cm get mere than six cans each, of tl e
ahore t the reduced pn eg. Aftt-r the abov lot is
poue wo will not sell any more at tti prices we quote
aboie, as thtse gooi-s would bring mote at wholesale,
bat we prefer to give our patr ma the benefit.
1620 Second Avenue.
Among the eat ly arrivals for spring
In Ladies' Fine Footwear, is the
in Russet and Black Leath-r. This is
"latest," and is suitable for both house
street wear; fits th foot like a glove, being
perfectly seam'ess, and at once combines
comfort and style.
MEN'S SPRING STYLES
in Russet and Patent Leather.
Order your wer dini? rake from Krell &
8 8. Divis is in Chicago on a short
J. E. Montrose went to Chicago on
business lat-t nigh.
F. R. Burlington and wife speat Sun
day io Genrseo vi-itiog with friends.
Make your own maple syrup and get
your maple suparfrom Krell A Math.
Senator W, F. Crawford aid wife, of
Taylor Ridtje, wrra in the city today.
W. O. Aldrich, of Winona, Minn., is
in the city on a few days' visit to
Fred S emmer. of Eiiiln. III., ia visit.
MnRBt the home of his brother. J. B.
IT. to lOc.otemmer.
Try our hoarhound cacdv for tout
cough or cold extra strong Krell &
Mrs David Linelev. of Chicago, for
merly a resident of Roc Island, is now
visiting with her neice, Mrs. Kate Hil-lier.
The St. Patrick's Benevolent aocietv
clve a grand ball at the Armory hall on
the evening of the 17'h of March St.
The TwiniCitv Columbian committee
meets Wednesday evening at the rooms
of the Rock Isknd Citizas'Improveuent
A neat and attractive circular, artisti
cally illustrated, has made its appear
ance, us mission beine to Droned v intro
duce the Jones musical and li'ertry fam
Caroner David Hawes gladdened his
many friends by his presence up town
Saturday, taking advantage of flie
weathir, and coming up accompanied by
The young renole of the Aiken 6tret
chapel in South R ick Island, will (five an
uuique en'erinnmeni in me way or a
crazy tea on Wednesday evening Sup
per from 5 t 10 o'clock.
Send your wife, sweetheart or daughter
a nice box of candy for a valentine and
see how happy ycu will make her. Krell
Math have a lovely line of French can
dies and the nicest of boxes already filled
Ex-Supt. W. H. Judge, of the' Rick
Island Gas works, leaves shortly for the
south in search of better tealth, and will
permanently locate when he finds a cli
mate suited. Mr and Mrs. Judge have
many friends in Rock Islend whose best
wishes will always accompany them.
Harold A. Weld makes formal an
nouncement in esterday's Union of his
candidacy fcr police magistrate subject to
the republican city conventiop. This
form-.l declaration of war against Kenne
dy and Rfonett the Union reluctantly
suppleim nts with an extended biography
of Mr. W fid's lifft.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Q lialan, wboe
home his been in the wet for the ntst
fiv years, most of the tim at Clifton,
Cal., have returned to Rock Island and
Mr. Q tinlnn will agiin e.ngaee in busi
ness here Mr. anl Mrs. Quinkn's many
Rock Island friends will be happv to
brew of their determination to relocate
"A Railroad Ticket, " the latest addi
tion to the ranks of musical and farce
comedies, was written by Charles E.
Blaney and Joseph M. Giites and is pro
nounced a very clever piece, full of re
freshing and healthful fun, bright and
crisp dialogues, refined and pleasing
specialties, and last, but not least, an or
iginal and well defined plot. The play
ill be presented by a capable company
and with some of the most novel mechan
ical and scenic effects ever used on the
stage at Harper's theatre Wednesday
John J. Collins, business manager of
the Ramsay-Morris comedy company,
presenting the comedy, "Joseph," which
is to be seen at Harper s tbeatre next
Friday evening, was in the city Satur
day. The comedy is one of the most
brilliant of modern times. It will be pre
sented by an unusually excellent com
pany, and after its Rock Isand enage
ment will go to Booley's, Chicago, for a
two weeks' engagement, and then direct
to the Union Square, New York, for a
A Camp'a Condolence.
Hall of Rock Island Camp Ke. 29. M.
W. A,. Rock Island, 111.
Whereas, It has pleased the A'mighty
God to remove from our midst our
Neighbor George B. Browner, therefore
Resolved. That this camp has lost an
esteemed neighbor and this community
an honor, d member.
Resolved. That Reck Island Camp
No. 29. M. W. A, extend to the family
of our deceased neighbor our heartfelt
sympathy in this hour of their sad be
reavemejt. Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread opon the records of this camp;
that a copy be sent to the family of the
deceas id neighbor an 1 a copy be furn
ished the, daily papers for publication.
A'akion E. Sweeney.
Charles E Hodgs n,
To Prevent the Grip
Or any other similar epidemic, the blood
and the whole system should be kept in
healthy condition. If you feel worn out
or have "that tired feeling" in the morn
ing, do no; be guilty of neglect. Give
immediate attention to yourself, lake
Hood's SarsaparilU to give streDgth.pur
ify iLc blood and prevent disease.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, j tundice'
biliousness, sick headache, constitution.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Spend Your Money Judiciously.
GET THE MOST FOR IT.
Great values for little money.
301, 303 W. Second StM Davenport.
231 Twentieth street.
The CTiinose Tnle Tree
Wif.h us even the rule tree has desrenernt
ed into a toy; with the Chinese the tree is
till a tremendous reality fo real, in fact.
that its brunches have obscured their spirit
ual sunlight and left them in the darkness
of superstition. Is it not st range that so
Idolatrous a nation should in this one case
have so much refrained from the actual
representation of an idea exereisinesoDow-
erful a control over their hearts and iuaag-
Even in idol processions, where the sacred
dragon himself is maneuvered, the peach
tree rcldom appears on any of the numer
ous floats which constitute the chief glory
of these pageants. Yet, despite the great
mystery wnicn snronoed trie rites of Cybele,
the pine of the great goddess was openly
carried through the streets of Rome v,hen
her cult became the state religion, and an
excellent representation of what the Chi
nese mystic would immediately recognize
as corresponding to his notion of the t ree
of life was once a distinct feature of the
lord mayor's show in London.
From the branches of that tree still
floated the cords of hell although the
giant guardians Gog and Magog have been
relegated to Guildhall and its significance
was still further accented by the presence
of that type of self sacrifice, the pelican de
stroying herself for her young. Through
out all Christendom the ax is now rudely
laid to the roots of the unhappy fir or
beech, their best service being deemed the
amusement of our children and the glad
dening of Chrintmastide. In China, how
ever, the beatific peach tree is permitted to
freely scatter its blossoms on the air of
spring as unmolested as if on holy Mount
Tu Son itself. Henry B. McDowell in Har
per's. Too Carly to Go Home.
A Durham man went to his lodge meet
ng the other evening, fell asleep and slept
ill through the proceedings, not even the I
lights of oratory arousing him. When the
xieeting was over a friend stepped along
ind shook the man. "Come, Jim." said
le, "wake up; it's time to go home." lie J
-oke up, rubbed his eyes and said: "What I
n time are you going home now for? Ain't J
fou going to have any meeting?' Bangor
The Kodern Invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping with
olner luxuries. A rt 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 physician; if constipated he uses
the gentle family laxative, Syrup of
. Catarrh in Hew England.
Ely's Cream Balm gives satisfaction to
every one using it f.T catarrhal
troubles. G. M. Mellor, Druggist, Wor
I believe Ely's Cream Balm Is the best
article fer catarrh ever offered the pub
lic. Bush & Co., Druggist, Worcester,
An article of real merit. C. P. Alden,
Druggist, Sprihgfleld, Miss.
These who use it epeak highly of it.
George A. Hill, Druggist, Springfield,
Cream Balm has given satisfactory re
sults. W. P. Draper, Druggist, Spring
Made by Asteroids In Collision.
"Holmes' comet," said Dr. Swift, "will
probably prove to be a body formed by
the collision of two asteroids. Their orb
Its cross in that region. The discovery
is one of importance in the scientific
w rid." Rochester Post-Express,
Khfajiamai Carea in a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumaiifm and
Neurnlsria radically cures in one to three
iuys. Its HCion upon the system is re
nirhbble and mysterious It removes ai
once the c&nse and tbe chsei-se immed
. ''H-ppears. The first dose erea'ly
benefits. Warrmted by Oito Grotjan,
drasi ist, Rrk I.-Knd.
A'hat the Hon. 3eorge G. Vcs; says in
regard to the superiority of the H rscl -bery'diarnoDd
and non-caangcable "'spec
"1 am using classes which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me giea
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
as an en-ell wet optician, and his glassei
arc -imply unequalled In my experience
G. G. Vest.'
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Thomas arent fcr Rock Island
illJ-'- J. of Fulton, Ark., tays of
-r 'About ten years ago I con
iC:iia tracted a severecase of blood
po.srm. leading pfiysjcians prescribed
modicine after medicine, which I tcok
v itibout any relief. I also tried merctt-
na.. and potash remedies, with ur.sr.c-
HE H D ft.? SVU
cossful results, bat which Lrouebtc.
attack of meicuri 1 r cusiatu ni thi -'.iiaeo
rr.y Lfa oao of agony. After vi"
oriig four yctirs I gpve up all r rat'M.i
and coniaio. ced vHdrjs S. S. E. Aftt;r
tuiing several bottles. I w -.s enlireiv
crm.1 ard able to resume work.
is tho greatest medicine for
blood Doiseiiiii to-dav on
Treatise on r.lond and pvin Diseases mailed
nee. Swut Si-Ecmc Co.. Atlanta. Ga.
win wmrscs TEirmuGraATicH.
The road to
in tne war of
train service is
and Ohio Rt..
tU Helds of Vir
ginia nd West
virein ia and
the most pictur
The F. F. V
is the only dla
in car train.
All the throoeh
trains ate light
ed with elec
tricity, and are
heated with ream." For lowest excursion rate,
acd complete lnfrrmaUm apply to nearest
ticket agent, or address O. B. KT AN. awis'ant
general passenger agent, Cincinnati, O.
Made from any old photo, executed 'in the most
rtistic workmanship t
- hakelier's -
GET OUT, That's the word,
YOU MUST HELP US TO UNLOAD.
J For One Week.
Beginning Monday, Feb., 20th, you can buyany
thing in our North Room at 20 per cent off.
Chairs, Tables, Parlor Suits,
We are daily receiving new lots of Carpets,
Curtains, Bedroom and Parlor Suits, Side
Boards, Extension and Parlor Tables, Cup
boards, Office Desks and Chairs. Come
at once if you want
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
OHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ii
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Bailable Pfiotographie Tstabllsbment over
Cabe'a. atisfacUon guaranteed.
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
of Chicago, the well known and successful specialisipo Chnu'ciiscases nd diseases of tho
asi Esr, by reqnest'of many friends and patients'uas decided to ie-7l:t
Rock- Island T5Viria-o- fnrcnnnn XT a -r-.Vi 1 OtVi of ttia T?r1rTe1anf1 "Rnncc.
Moline, Keator Hou?e, alternoon of same day.
Consultation and ezama-.irn freeand coiftien.ial in the p trior at fie hotel from S 1," I
. to 12 m. ONSJDAT ONLY.
o & "U gM
t t v.tX , 1ev; ' r-J
Sargeon-in.Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists Is acknowledged to be tbt
most skillful practiooer in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigin, he took up the study of
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
ievoting many years of study and research in some of tbe best hospitals and colleges
'he world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too oftea b
not even a graduate of a repu'abl? Medical College. In addition to a large home prac
tice he visits a few of the rmportant cities cf Illinois and brings his great skill and exbe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citetnent of visiting a krge city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
lack of skilled and expert medic.il ar.d surgical treatment. ;
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, NervoL's
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or fiom organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
fjeatmen: these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis anil Nay
Fever are all curable, i he treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before tbe expected attack. Catarrh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach
cured by the latest and mort improved
methods of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc, etcT,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, Ffcsures,
r istula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epjlepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Ecaema, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc., treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and
Diseases of Women positively cured M
takt n in time before tbe nervous system U
shattered. Delay and improper treatment h
the cause of so many unhappy results in
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye and Ear All oper
ations necessary done without any pain and
f iiuuui i use oi anaestneucs.
Jf??Q SAMPLE UMNE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
N -tI-n? r?erfected In cases which have been neglected or nnskillfully treated
Unfi or Inures. After examination, if a case is found incurablethe pat
lent will be honestly informed.
CUBS Uld Correspondeice strictly confidential and treatment seat by roaD or expraa,
DW personal consultation prciirma. Send stamp tor quest ion lists. Address
9R. E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warm Ave., CMMf