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nme of pn uooas, at trie toiiowing prices:
laced from 20 to 15c
23 to 17c
25 to 19c
peaches 30 to 21c
25 to 19c
iot the fcrtt-
30 to 21c
20 to 16c
25 to 19c
25 to 19c
I. do, necw"'
one wiv:ll not sell auy morn at tbe prices w e quc.-iH
ab-'e. Iths r wcnld bnug moie at wholi?H:e,
hut 'f )rfer t0 five our parrous the benefit.
W bought a lot of Men's Fine Patent La her Shoes
a: a g discount, and we intend to giv- you he benefit.
Tie co at 'i until all sold. So don't bang b ck, or
von 11 ba too late. You will aUo fini a liands mi
Ras t Shoe (Blncher cut) in the same sa'e.
E e you ever worn our $3 shoes?
fteksk all the Ladies wearing
cided to mark them down.
13" " " 2.3fl
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
'oie o and 10 Cents Store.
We inaKurate anoiner uig saennce saie. 1 nis
10 doz. green gaged, from 22 to lc4
' " !' tra-le, 25 io 17c
" egf? plums, from C5tol7c
5 doz. blackberries, from H) to 8c
" raspberries, from 15 to 10c
" 8tawberries, from 15 t -10c
" cherries, fr ra 15 to 10c
3 dcz brut Cal wnite cherries 35 to 27c
15 gal. New York apples, 30 to 22c
Fine ea'.ing apples, per prck, ooly 30c
1620 Second Avenue.
2$ Second Ave., under Rock Island Houie.
es 1, 1 1-2, 2, 2 1-2 and 3 in AA, A, B, C, D,
EE widths to call at our store this week, we
e overstocked on the above styles and must
duce our stock, and to gain that point we have
So Shoes reduced to $3.90
4 " " u 3.00
1 'he above goods are out of our regular lines ' educed
v this sale
tf03 W. Second St., Davenporit.
Jinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at the Old and
MBS. C. ZHTSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave
Order vour weiblinsj cake from
Krell & Math.
Browner & Co. Lave a nice display
of rrcen vegetables for a Sunday din
ner. Make your own maple m nip and
pet vour maple svrup from Krell &
Lettuce, eaulitlower, celery, sweet
potatoes and preen onions at Brown
er & IVs.-
Try our hoarhound candy for 3our
eoujjn or cold extra strong Krell
G Math, confectioners.
Telephone 1064 to Browner & Co.
for your Sunday order. They have
a nice display of fresh vegetables.
Wanted To buv a house of six or
eight rooms, centrally located. En
quire of Frank Horn, 1517 Second
St. Patrick's Benevolent society
pivesits annual ballon the evening
of March 17. The Santa Maria soei
ety will serve an excellent supper.
For sale cheap The Union house
furniture and otticc fixtures and bar
furnishinps and fixtures. Also 10'J
tons of pood ice. A bargain for a
spot cash buyer.
A message was received yesterday
from Mrs. Elizabeth Coyne, who is
on her way to Texas, stating that she
had been in a railroad wreck, but
fortunately was not injured.
Lost Between Cable's residence
and the C, II. I. & P. depot, a lady's
brown hat, trimmed with brown
feathers. A reward of 5 will be
paid for its return to this office.
The closing entertainment of the
regular course of the Hock Island
Lecture association was given at Har
per's theatre last evening, being a
concert by the Mozart Symphony
club, whieh from an instrumental
point of view, was of artistic merit,
but vocally speaking was not thought
to be up to the retined standard char
acteristic of the entertainments usual
ly presented by the association.
March 1-E E Ropers to E M Ropers.
lots 3 and 4. block 13,01dTown of Port
t harles Rosendahl to Charles An
derson, lot 1, block 3, Waterman Place,
Moline, 1 1.000.
JNEklund to C Bjornilahl, lots 2
iind 3. Ekhind's subdiv. South Mo
C Bjorndahl to Byron F Avery, lot
. Eklund's subdiv, South Moline,
J II Langhinrieks to Emil Thonn.ei
lot 4, block Gen. Rodman's add. Rock
P L Mitchell to George 1) Graves,
lot :. block 2, PL Mitchell's add. Rock
Silas M. Simpson to R G Hollister,
sw', n w IS, 19. 2e. $1,892.
Eli Pollen to W V Co berg, Jr. to
tie J 32. 16, 5w, $6,000.
Charles Titterington, Jr. to Charles
Titterington, Sr, nw se.J 0. 16, 3w.
C F Xewton to T S and R S Silvis,
wl uej lfS, 17, le, wi sej 7. 17. le and
se'i nwj 8. 17, le. $1500.
Amanda Church et al by Master to
I:i id Jamerson. part sw S3, 18, le,
part se 32, IS", le and s 30 acres
nw 33. IX. le. $2,000.
Jennie S Wilson to G W Gustafson,
part sej 24, 16, lw. $4,000.
CE Davis to William Bruner. w.1.
nej 8, 16, 4w, $300.
W A France et al, to Wm Bruner,
wi net 16, 4w, $900.
C Grinsemann to Fred Reiling.sei
10, 19, 2e, $8,500.
George Stamm et al to J M Riex
inger. lot 4, 4, 16, 4w, wj nw and wl
sw 21. 16, 4w, and nw sw 28, 16"
Barbara Stamm et al to J M Riex
inger, lot 4, 4, 16, 4w, w nw and wj
sw 21, 16. 4w, and nw sw 28, 16",
Adam Stamm et al to John M Riex
inger, lot 4, 4, 16, 4w, wl nw and
wi sw 21, 16, 4w. and nw sw 28,
16", 4w, $1,700.
Estate of Jessie Tuttle. Final report
of administratrix tiled and order ap
proving same nisi by April l.and that
administratrix notify heirs of de
ceased by publication.
Estate of J W Cowden. Claims al
lowed. Final report of executor
Estateof James Jamerson. Final
report of administrat rix approved and
order of distribution.
2 Estate of Jacob Ellis. Final re
port of executrix filed and approved
and estate closed.
Estate of L CArp. Executor's re
port filed and approved.
Published on behalf of Hood's Sarsa
parilla are as reliable and as worthy
your confidence, as if they came from
your best and most trusted neighbor.
They state only the simple facts in re
gard to w hat Hood's Sarsarparilla has
done, always within truth and rea
son. Constipation, and all troubles with
the digestive organs and the liver.are
cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Un
equalled" as a dinner pill.
Great Bargains in Beal X state.
I want to sell all the foal estate of
the late Dennis Warren, embracing in
Rock Island county:
720 acres of land on Warren's
118 acres of land in South Moline.
5 lots in the town of Milan.
6 valuable lots in the city of Rock
Island, all of which will be sold cheap
and upon accommodating terms.
P. L. Mitchell,
Administrator of Dennis Warren,
Rock Island, Feb. 22, 1893.
UNDER A TRIP HAMMER.
Exhibition of Falt:. Sk:ll and Perfect M
cliloery at tUn Krupp Oan Works.
The most wonderful exhibition il
confidence by one person in another
came before me a short while back on
my tour through Germany, said S. C.
Oldfather to a St. Louis Globe-Democrat
I have a great deal of confidence in
soma men's ability, and a wonderful
trust in some men's nerve and steady
strength, but uot enough to stake my
life on either.
The exhibition that I saw seemed
foolhardy. It was in the works of the
great Krupp Arms company. One
part of the machinery is for flattening
bars of steel into plates. For this a
special machine is had, which has an
immense steel block or table on which
to lay the bars, and a great arm sledge,
which weighs several tons and comes
down with crushing velocity. It is
perfectly regulated bv machinery,
however, and the man "at the throttle
can sto; it with ease at any given dis
tance from the block, providing he
has sufficient steadiness of nerve.
The day I went through, the man
ager accompanied us and requested
the man al the check-valve to show us
how sure and certain was the machin
ery. Without reply the mechanic
whistled to a lad working some thirty
feet away. Tins boy drooped what he
was doing an. J came riiniiinp. 'Jump
up' said the first. :cid mattered some
thing nbout siio.i:ig us the machine.
Without re;!v the lad leaped to the
steel table beneath the reat iron
We were horrified, but the work was
too quickly done to permit objection.
The uiom.rnt the lad settled down the
engineer granwd the lever ami the
great sledge with lightning rapidity
tlew up and down again toward the
bloc-!;. It wa all done by the steady
tinkers ai the valve, and il slopped a
few inches above t lie lad's head, who
smilingly ciiiiibed down and started
We raided a purso to proent tiie
twain with, which was a!, tir.-l refused.
The manager finally ordered tiiem to
consent to take the nioni-y. which they
did. I never expect to witness such
another exhibition of confidence and
The Are JH Circulation.
In view of the steady growth of
the circulation of the The AHfirs and,
realizing the fact that to the average
subscriber it is more satisfactory to
have the subscriptions paid promptly
and at regular intervals, our collector
will hereafter visit each subscriber
every month, and to the end that the
department may be conducted as sys
tematically as possible and as satis
factory to all concerned as may be,
our patrons, it is hoped, will be" pre
pared to receive the collector when
he comes. At such times, too, any
complaints should be made as to the
manner of serving the paper, while it
is desirous that at any time causes of
complaint be promptly reported. The
carriers are required to deliver the
paper neatly and as far as possible in
conformity with the wishes of the
subscribers. They are also provided
with whistles and enjoined to blow
them when at each house where a pa
per is left, and failure of any of these
requisites should be immediately re
ported. The carrier will then be pro
vided with a receipt, which the sub
scriber will confer a favor by signing,
showing that the complaint has been
remedied. Carriers will be compelled
to comply with these regulations and
the places of those who fail to will be
filled bv others.
The Modern Invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping
wiin tuner luxuries. A remedy must
be pleasantly acceptable in form,
purely wholesome in composition,
truly beneficial in effect and entirely
free from every objectionable quali
ty. If really ill he consults a physi
cian; if constipated he uses the gen
tle family laxative, Syrup of Figs.
Both Kinds of Ice.
In addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice, the Rock Island
Ice company has arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu
factured in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Rock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as tke exclusive agenes
ia Rock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artificial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
The taxes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to the undersigned at
Hurst & Donaldson's office in Masonic
Temple block. Please bring your
last year's receipt, which will enable
the collector to hnd your description
on the tax books.
William J. Gamble,
LET IT RUN,
and your cou ::h may end in something seri
ous. It's pretty euro to, if your blood is poor.
That is just the timo and condition that in
vite Consumption. The seeds are sown and
it has fastened its hold upon you, before you
know that it is near.
- It won't do to trifle and delay, when the
remedy is at hand. Every disorder that can
be reached throurh the blood yields to Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. For
Severe Coughs, Bronchial, Throat and Lung
Diseases, Asthma, Scrofula in every form,
and even the Scrofulous affection of the
lungs that's called Consumption, in all its
earlier stages, it is a positive and complete
It is the only blood-cleanser, strength re
storer, and flesh-builder so effective that it
can be guaranteed. It it doeant benefit or
cure, in every ease, you ha v. your money
back. All medicine dsalars hare it.
Stoves, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
Come to Us Save your Money.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
OHAvS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ii
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
TUB HKST 01.A-S
I no located in hU new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
iWLigtit shoes a pecialty. Cppotlve ibe Oid nuu.
it MV H
. Ail kinds of Cat Flowers conrtautlv on hsxa.
ureen Houses Flowur Store
ne block from Central p irk. the largest la Iowa. 301 Brady street, Davenport, 3a.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al' kinds of brass, bronse and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and Unsierc Mia
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artletieork.
SHOr ixs Omc At 1811 First STenae, nar;Ferry landing, - aOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor;
SCHMEIL, PARIDON & SON,
Painters and Decorators,
' Kalsomining, Paper Hanging, Etc,,
419 Seventeenth Street.
- C.J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
lltt 1123 Feurta aveaae. Residence U1B fourth ayenne-T
Plansnd jpeciflcaticms fnrnlhed on all classes of work; aim agent for Willer'a Piir.Hn..
tdin Blinds, something new, gtyltaa andeble. Fa-nl,lnsMe
SEIVEES & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on abort notice and aatiaracUoB gaaranteed.
MI Immi Sham 781 Twelfth Itr i. BOCC I8LAXD
Bed Uo.ru Suns,
vas hairs, v
Cane Sea Chairs
, 1803 Second Avenue.
of the Brady street
HBNBT A. FARIDOM.