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THE AKGUfr. MONDAT FKUJi AliV 27, 1893.
nold's Grocery -
We inaugurate another big sacrifice sale. Tnis
f "Pn Goods." at the fftllnwinor nrirp
l-r Ui ' "-"s t .
fl i. IN
1(be8 leauceu now v
23 to 17C
25 lo 19c
-l 1 ..A.nliM Qfl , Ol
kt brafl hc,' uv" " "
... ht hrod, f
rtrii.e. !r.m io ij
25 to 19c
i . Oil ... (11.
10 doz. green gages, from 22 to lc4
eg plums, from 25 to 17c
5 doz. blackberries, from 10 to c
" rsubm es. from 15 t l(c
81 ra berries, from 15 , j(c
" cberrits, fr. m 15 t 10c
3 dn best Cal white rbirrieg 35 27c
1 gl New York apples. 80 to 2Cc
Pine easing apple?, per peck, only 80t
Vo customer can gee mere than six cans each o ' the
it the redncea prices. AfUr th above lot is
will pot. sell any more at the prices we quote
(H, r iiit-pw " uiiug more au wnoiesaie.
jt e prefer to give ou r patrons the benefit.
t620 Second Avenue.
s r w x w -m. t- - .
Among the eaily arrivals for spring
In Ladies' Fine Footwear, is the
in Russet and Black Leather. This is the
"htesV and is suitable for both house and
street wear; fits thz fo:-t like a glove, being
D.Tt'ectly seamless, and at once combines
comfort and style.
EN'S SPRING STYLES
in Russet and Patent Leather.
162 Second Ave., under Rock Island Hons;
e ask all the Ladies wearing
Sizes 1, 1 1-2, 2, 2 1-2 and in AAA, B, C, D,
E, EE widths to call at our store this week, we
are overstocked on the above styles and must
reduce our stock, and to gain that point we have
decided to mark them down.
Ml $5 Shoes reduced to $3.90
Ml 4 " " 3.00
IU1 " " " " 2.30
til the above goods ar out of our regular lines itduced
301, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
feieoaone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Order vour weddinjr cake from
Kroll & Math.
Planters' co-incil of the National
Union has been organized in Moline.
Make your own maple svrnp and
pet your maple syrup from Krell &
(I. C. Frowney of Elkhart, Ind., is
in the city on a short Tisit to rela
tives and friends
Try our hoarhound candy for your
cough 0r cold extra strong Krell
(i Math, confectioners.
The ides of March will witness the
marriage of a well known young lady
on Sixth avenue and a Peoria gentleman.
Wanted To buy a house of six or
ight rooms, centrally located. En
u ire. of Frank Horn, 1517 Second
Miss Bessie Bradley of Denver, ar
ived in the city on" Saturday and
till spend a month with relatives in
Homer Adams for some time past
heck clerk at the Western Union
'elegraph otlice, left Saturday for
The Hodman Kitles will give an ex-
trame of indoor lse lmll t
heir Armory this evening, to which
liey invite their friends.
Edward Keelev. assistant reneral
freisrht asront of the C. M. & St.. 1
petit yesterday in the city. Mr.
ieelev beran his railroad career in
this ciiv. and though vet. a vnnncr
man has attained a nromisinw nnsi"
ion with the Milwaukee company.
The contract for the comnli't ion of
ie Augiistana college dome was let
on Saturday, there bcin
umber of bidders. The wood work'
was let to Seivers & Anderson for
4..V):. and the iron work tn IV VV
Xoftsker and will amount to about
The additional commissioners for
he different Diiblie inmrnvinKnt to
be done bv snecial assessment have
been appointed by Judge Adams in
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avenue street railway work, W. P.
Quayle. F. Ludolph "and J. L. Free-
man: Fourteenth avenue, V. M.
Blandinsj, It. A. Donaldson and Chris-
ian Haberiah: Seventh ward sewer
system, J. It. Johnston, G. F. Downes
and ( A. Stoddard: storm drain. T.
II. Thomas. Dr. J. V. Stewart anil
David Stephens, and for the sewer in
Barth te Bab(-ocks addition, H. A.
Weld. Maj. II. (,'. Connelly and Rob
. Slave's WilL
Ti er? vvHi be a nueer last w-f.l and tes
tament c fTered for probate in the ordi
nary's oficc soon in this county.
oi:ie year before the war J alia Pliin
:zy. i bright and buxi-ia young slave
K'oiuan, with health and energy, con
tracted v.-ith the late Ferdinand Phirizy
her owner for her freedom, agreeing
to pay a stated 6um therefor. By indus
try, frugality and economy she managed
to pay the amount and pain her freedom
just before the emancipation proclama
tion w:s issued. Julia ttill continued tc
work and economize and was always re
garded as an es-.-eptionally tcoil woman
She thought a great deai of her master's
family b- fore and after freedom ;in :
ever ceased to hold them in the highest
They also loved Julia, their old slave.
A few days ago she died. She left a will
dr.lv executed and signed. By the wii".
se bequeathed all hr-r property , which
amounted to a nice lit'le sum, consider
ing the fact that it was entirely the sav
ings of an ex-slave made dollar by dollat
with hard work, to a member of her ol?
She named as the beneficiary in this
carefully drawn document Mr. Marian
Phinizy, a son cf the late Ferdinand
Phinizy, who lives in this city and whe
Is worth in his own right a quarter of &
Having no heir of her own, this honest
and devoted old slave left her earthlj
possessions as a monument of her lovt
for her old master's family, which wiL
be perpetuated by being spread upon ttt
records cf the courts of the county.
Aikens Cor. Atlanta Constitution.
24 Hardy Hetter to John S. Free
man nlO feet lot 53, Iluber & Peetz's
add.. Rock Island, $2,000.
Mary Blackburn to George I,. Mc
Master, part Lot 17, block 1, McMas
ters's Second add., Rock Island,
2 lJosiah Heal y to N. J. Black
man, tract by metes and bounds, 83,
18, In if.
23 Estate of Mary A. Kav. Final
report of executor tiled and approved.
Estate closed and executor discharged.
tstate oi W llliam A, Johnson. Re
port of sale of real estate filed and
kstate oi iheophilus Davies. tinal
report of executrix tiled and approv
ed and. estate closed.
Estate of Peter Boland. Appraise
ment bill and widow's award filed
and approved. Widow's relinquish
ment tiled and approved and order
turning over property selected to
The Lectors Association.
The closing entertainment in the
regular course of the Rock Island
Lecture association will be the con
cert of the Mozart Symphony club of
Brooklyn next 1 hursilav evening.
The members of the club are Percy
Mitchell, violin soloist; Th. Hoch,
violin; Richard Stoelzer, viola; Mario
Blodeck, violoncello; Miss t'aniille
Toulmin, harp; Karl Kraushaar,
tlute, assisted bv Miss Grace Milton,
prima donna soprano; Rich. Stoelzer,
viola 1 Amour soloist; Herr. 1 heo-
lor Hoch. cornet virtuoso; Mario
Blodeck, viol da gamba soloist. This
will doubtless be one of the most
pleasing entertainments in the
course, ami different from any of the
others. By request of a number of
patrons the reserving of seats will be
on same plan as for the Temple quar
tet, the drawing of numbers by
chance, and reserving will begin at
:3) p. m. on Tuesday instead
of a. m.. as heretofore. Seats
50 and 75 cents. At 7:30 Tues-
lav evening a number of checks
equal to number of persons waiting
to secure seats, will be thoroughly
mixed and passed bv chance to those
present. Each check good for six J
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh
F.J. Cheney & Co. .Props., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known
N. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and
financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, K inn an & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, ().
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by drug
gists. Testimonials free.
We Can't Help It,
WE MUST HAVE ROOM,
You Get the Bargains
What the Hon. George G. Vest says
in regard to the superiority to the
Hirschberg's diamond and non
"I am using glasses which I pur
chased from Prof. Hirschberg and
they are the best I ever tried; it af
fords me great pleasure to recommend
Prof, Hirschberg as an excellent op
tician, and his glasses are simply un
equalled in mv experience.
G. G. Vest."
These spectacles are for sale by T.
II. Thomas, agent for Rock Island.
Ovs-i ,;:'.''t.jV0was bequeathed to the
poor ct B- --ton by the late E. V. Ashton
of that city, but the money has only just
become available through the death of
his childless widow at Tollbridge Wella,
let it. Wo: Id Know You Are la It.
Iteem almost a crime t or a man to "hide bis
light nnder a bushel. If he has somethleg new.
that will bene&t the human race, be should make
it knrwn, OU-fogy phvsieiaDs tread the beaten
path of their graDdrathers, denounce advertised
remedies, and never learn anything new. Medi
cal science knows no parallel to Or. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, compounded by a physi
cian f skill and long eip rience, especially for
tbo mslsd'e which afflict women. It effects a
permanent cure of those agonizing disorders
which stttck her 'rait organism, and is an anchor
or hops alike to delicate girls aid suffering wo
men; contain ro deleterious drips. A guarantee
on the bottle-wrapper, refunding the price in case
of failure. Of druggists. gl.OO.
R. S. Silvis. of Carbon Cliff, will
shortly move into his new suburban
residence in South Rock Island, pur
chased some time since of T. E.Gray.
With his retirement from business
cares, the active management of the
well known Silvis coal mines at .the
Cliff, will fall upon Sharp and Ship
Silvis. sons of R. S. and T. S. Silvis,
respectively. The young men pos
sess the "same sterling qualities
which conduced so much to the suc
cessful career of their fathers, and
will without doubt operate the
mines in an energetic and capable
Th. Modern invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping
with other luxurie. A remedy must
be pleasantly acceptable in lorm,
purely wholesome lo composition,
trulv "beneficial in effect and entirely
free from every oblectionable quau
ty. If really ill he consults a physi
cian; if constipated ne uses ine gen
tie family laxative, Syrop of Figs.
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W v2 vj v.1 vJ 5 xj i
a VI ...
A r llj' lo cure for Contagious
tiiijcd Fcicsn, Inherited cro-i-lz.
iri2 Lkin Cancer.
As t j-ic fcr dciictte Women
it J Ch;:rj-! it lies no equal.
Snr.e; rurely vsgc ".able, is harir.-!--.
cu Tod nnl sum Pis
.e.l i'hej oil uplicailuu.
ftrt;jijixC Sell Jt.
SWSrT SPECIFY CO.,
Vrzjtcr 3, Atlanta, Ga.
The road to
In tne m nt
train ai.rvlM I
tleflelda nf Vim.
Vinrt n i m. m. wt A
the most pictur-
Is the only dia
in tr ur train
trains are light
ed with eleC'
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heated with steam. For lowest excursion rates
and comDlete information annlv la nearest
ticket agent, or address C. B. BTAN, assistant
general paesengar sgent, Cmcsnsari, O.
i t.Ui t -i ,! . K 1 NOV j
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Bed Rojm Suits,
Cane Seal Chairs
Stoves, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
Come to Us Save your Money.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
OHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, If
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
IS THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANING.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Go.
rw lift. i It . rrv.--.- aiMkii i
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wacone, especially aaapteo. to U.
Western trade, of superior workmanshtn and finleh Illustrated Price List free on
.H lication. Bee the MOLINK WAG(N tK-frro ourchasing
Rock Island Brass Foundry
IND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al' kinds of brass, bronse and aluminum bronxe casting, all shades id temtcre Mas
a specialty of brass metal pattern and vtistic work.
Sncr in Orricx At 1M1 First aTenue. MarlFerrr landing. - HOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1121 F earth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Fkms'and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also agent for WUlcr's Patent Inside
din Blinds, something new, stylisb and desirable.
JOHN M. PAR1DON,
BXKBT A, PAHlDOn.
SCHMETX, PARIDON & SON,
Painters and Decorators,
Kalsominino, Paper Ganging, Etc,
419 Seventeenth Street.
R O. Htjdbow. , M. J. Pabkeb.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Bhop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth et. Rock Island.
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