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THE AllGUfc; WEDNESDAY, MAIiCII 8, 1893.
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iioia s brocerv -
e inaugurate another big sacrifice sale. Tnis
0f Can Goods," at the following prices:
,t-,liirfi1 frf,nl 20 to 15c
23 t.i 17c
25 to 19c
.ri peirs 25 19j
!,rll fr.m 3)t 21c
21) to 6s
25 t 19c
25 to 19c
Itldrz. tn-eo git , from 22 to lc4
! scrvi-, 25 17
" ees plums, from 25 o 17c
5 iU z. blnckietries. from 10 'o ?c
rtspkerree. from 15 arc
" s'ra tTrics. from 15 ii
cbi-rrue, Ir-ui 15 io K'c
3 fit z bi-d! ChI wMt rberrif 35 u 27c
1 gal New York appl-i. So n. 2Cc
Fine eating apples, p-r pck, u'j 30c
,cusri"j,'r c n get mora ibu six cans -ach or t e
r, .- iktf reiiuc-'il pn - Aft-r b .-v lot is
will nor. 8t-ll a v mr at t pt-'ce we qnotf
tliff would bnug moie r.t whcl-sa'rt
K(,jiv'Vr to give onr patron th b-n-tit.
M. ARNOLD,
1620 Second Avenue
SHOE tSJLiIE
'.Ye In ubt a 1 t of Men's Fm Patent La her Shoe .
;!is iliac ur t, and we intend to giv- you h- bent-lit.
at $: until all sold. 80 cioi't hurg b c, or
1 nil! ! too aie. You will also fin 1 a l.itils. nit
$ri5ri'.ie (BinchT cut) in 'he s:m' aa'e.
:,-vh veil e7cr woin ou" 3 sli -;?
"THE
BOSTON,
o2 Second Ave., under Rock Island Houre.
D YOU
!ER THINK
hat the knowledge of fitting shoes is an
rt; that we have devoted ourselves to that
xclusively; and that it will cost you nothing
3 see the results of such perfect fitted
hoes. We have made a close study of this
rt for years, and can satisfy you.
"ur "iit-tnwn friends will favor us greatly if tlny will semi
' i' ir :i'ilri-ss;s for a copy of our catalogue. Mailed free.
' , --
-Wid ami Harrison 81s., Davenport.
i vh. i y
I B VI tag
I THE TAILOR,
1803 Second A venae.
CHAS. DAWNACHER,
t'roprietoror of.tha.Brady atreat
Ajl klnf of Cat Flowers conatantl? on tianu.
Flowur Store
i low. 3WBdy Kteat, Dawnpart, i
ntral pxrk, tf
largett lo I
BRIEF JIENTjuN
Ordtr vour wedding cake from
Krell & Math.
J. M. liuford weut to Chicago last
night on business.
Morris Kosenliel.l left night for
Chicago on a short business trip.
Make your own maple syrup and
get vour maple sugur fram Krell &
Math.
There will be a special meeting of
the Km man Kifles at the Armory to
morrow evening.
Miss Chatty Thompson, of Chica
go, is visiting at the residence of
Sheriff C. 1). Hordon.
Try our hoarhound candy for your
cough or cold extra strong Krell
(i Math, confectioners.
"Mr. Potter of Texas." now on its
third successful tour of the country,
will be seen here Saturday evening.
The Klug-IIasler-Schwentser Dry
(ioods company, of Davenport, will
announce the" exact date of their
epeningsoon.
For sale cheap The Union house
furniture and ollice fixtures and liar
furnishings and lixtures. Also 100
tons of good ice. A bargain for a
spot cash buyer.
The ladies of the Central Presby
terian church have arranged for a
supper and "pound sociable" in the
basement of the church on Thursday
evening of this week. A general in
vitation is extended to all.
Mr. Potter of Texas" if. as is said,
it is a complete dramatization of the
famous novel, should offer great op
portunity for strong acting, every
scene being vivid with life and
action. Many of the names in the
cast are well tlnown.and seem excep
tionally well selected.
A C.'i.-tm-.' f.r :"very Tooth.
president of the
amount."
said the
if you'll
a dark-
Sir Aui rciv CI;
Rovnl Colle.- ..f Pitsic:ans and Sur
geons, Is s;ii'i h:ie lo'td Mr. Clail
slolit; liiat )..- ;-H ,,ii! ni mih but thir-tv-tuo
lei'l li and thai em li mouthful
of toixi should iv.-cive thirly-two biles
in br.'.!. ici gie oxers' tootii a chance.
A co: re.-(!!i!ei;l (,t i he ('jiitiuniou
writes t:,t lie was recently cognizant
of an ex v;:cn: pro if of tlm truth of
tiiis st:i:e..ie;it.
A sa.iov.-laced, unhappy - looking
mail came lo lr. U "s ollice one
ilay when the writer eiianced to be
present, lie wanted some medicine
tor dy.;ii'- i i.
Atnoi.g .i.ier iiiu'siioiis the doctor
asl.ed: -ii-iw i c 1 1 ir :l timo do you
lisu:::iy s e.: I ai i.iinier?"
- i!:ni!io exaeliy," replied the
patient; -i.mi or Ul'leen minutes. 1
lii-SS."
"D ies ymir t.ioil taste good?" Dr.
U a-dvi'd.
-That ii dj -s." v.:is the reply, "hut
half an h.siii-uttei I've eaten I'm near
living v.':;!, distress."
-l. o.i ill ink milch with your food
lea. ci lo-e or water?"
"A pretty tiotisidcrable
aiifweii'i! tin! :;iau.
"'ioiirs i a grave cast!,"
doctor. -!;, ! i i:.i!i help you
toilow my directions."
Dr. 1 e-.v,' the man
colored mixture in a bottle ami said
'Now. i: isof the utmost importance
lhaL this medicine !) taken properly.
Put a t.'a-ooonful in your ctiii of lea or
coil'ee sa eneh meai: stir ilin Lhorouh
Iv and ailli each moulliful of food take
i n vary s.nad sip and then chew, chew,
j cln-w. in order lo mix it completely
i v.iih the too i. Dj litis and report lo
me in a wee!;."
Two v. cek-i later 1 saw this dyspeptic
cga.in hut I scarcely recognized him,
he vt as so much improved in looks.
'That .medicine of yours works like
a charm," he said to Iho doctor. "I've
about- forgotten that I have a
st!:iiacli."
"That's good," responded Dr. 15 .
"Coiiiitiu.! taking it in the same way
for three months and you'll ba a well
man."
Then, as iht! man wcntout.Dr. B
said lo me:
"The whole slory of that man's cure
is in the word mastication. It is mere
ly what I said lo him chew, chew,
chew. iJut he wouldn'L have believed
it without the medicine, which wastho
simplest. The man was bolting hia
food and I slopped it. I've cured
hundreds of dyspeptics in a similar
way. Indeed, most dyspeptics might
cure themselves if they would give
every tooth a chance thirty-two bites
to a mouthfui, wit h two for every tooth
missing."
tka Modern Way
Commends itself to the well-formed,
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done in the crudest
manner and disagreeably as well. To
cleanse the system and break up
colds, headaches and fevers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy, Syr
up of t igs.
Notice to Builders.
Scaled bids will be received at our
office until noon, Wednesday, March
Uh, for the construction of buildings
necessary for our plant, plans and
specitications for which can be in
spected at our office on or after 8 a.
m., Friday, March 3rd.
We reserve the right to reject any
and all bids.
Moline Malleable Ikon Co.
Great Bargains in Beal Estate.
I want to sell all the real estate of
the late Dennis Warren, embracing in
Rock Island county:
720 acres of land on Warren's
creek.
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,
deceased.
Rock Island, Feb. 22, 1898.
COUNTY ItCILDIXG.
TrauKferi.
March 0. Ueorge Marshall to
Emeline Kunyon and Wilson li. Nav
lor, block 18! Marshall's add.. Cor
dova, f 1.
George and William Marshall, Jr.,
to Emeline Kunvon and W. B. Nav-
lor, block 18. Marshall's add., Cor
dova, fl.
Thomas A. Xoden to S. W. Palm-
quist, lot 1, block G, Moline Water
Power Co.'s add., Moline, tl.
Louis Weckel to Francis M. Raugh,
lot 3, block B, Edgewood Park add..
Rock Island, $800.
Huber & Peetz to Swan P. Johnson,
lot 26, Huber & Peetz's add, Rock Isl
and, 700.
Mary E. Doban to John Donwell, e.
lot '.block 4.Sticknevs add., Rock Isl
and,$700. Barth & Babcock to W.H.Willis, lot
lg, block 8, Barth & Babeock's add.,
Rock Island, $G00.
Christian Guldenpfennig to Henry
Guldenpfennig, el wj ne 22. 18, le,
$2,000.
C. II. Stoddard to J. H. Stoddard,
tract bv metes and bounds ne 17, 17,
2,11.
I'robat.
March 7. Guardianship of minor
heirs of Anna S. Knowlton. Order
approving lease of minors, interest
in corner store room of Rock Island
house block to Simon & Mosenfelder
for three years from March 1, 1893 at
$1,200 per annum.
Estate of John W. Clement. In
ventory filed anil approved. Widow's
relinquishment and selection tiled
and approved and order turning over
property so selected to widow.
Estate of George Peter. Letters of
administration issued to Katherine
Peter. Bond tiled and approved. J.R.
Johnston. W.W.Eggleston anil Alliert
Johnson appointed appraisers. Ap
praisntent hill and widow's award
tiled and approved.
Estate of Rebecca Walsh. Proof
of notice to creditors tiled. Claims
allowed. Joseph L. Haas appointed
spacial administrator to defend es
tate in matter of claims of W. B.
Pcttit. executor. Hearing of same
executor's claims and same allowed
at SlOS.oS and $450.92 respectively.
Adoption of Joseph Gilniore. Order
of adoption to James an Catherine
Campbell.
It is strictly an American remedy;
home-made and without foreign fla
vor; we refer to Salvation Oil. The
greatest cure on earth for pain.
mergence Column.
j KE VOV IN" XEED?
IF YOU
Wnt money
Want a conk
Want boarder
Want, a partner
Want a siua'lon
Wnnt to rent roomn
nnl a servant trul
Want to eell a farm
Want lo sell a bourns
Want to excharipe motblnjr
Want te cell honsilioid goods
Want to mnkc any reaiestate loans
Want to sell rr Trade for anything
Want to Unit customer for anything
I'sji TllatE COLUMNS.
pHR daily ai:gus delivered atyovr
aoor every evening lor lic per week.
TTIT ANTED A POSITION S TYPE
TV writer and f t( no rai her. Addiess 402."
Hfth avenue.
TJTTAN1ED-TO KEN1 A COL'FIK OV HOOMS
V in (ci.irul j ortion i f Ue eity. Address
" w this eluce.
WANTED A SITUATION BY A YOU KG
i man who hat a Knowledge 1 1 be kkeeping,
and speaks both Swedis-b. and Gcimsn fliici.t-y.
AndriBi P. O. boi Will Moline
LOU PLE-ROCK ISLAND COUNTY'. ON
valuable pateut.piactical for hnsbantf and wife
to work together. App'.y for particultrs to thig
office, r'ebiuiirj 24, at 10 a. m., sharp.
T OST-A TOJKETBOOF, EITHER ON THE
J I bridee rar lite or 01 Twenty-third htn-nnn
Third and Fifth avenue? or on Fifth avenne be
tween Twemy-ttura and 'l nirtieth. Finder will
be rewarded by leaving at 5i!U Thirtieth street.
WKTHD A L1VK MAN OR WOMAN IN
every county where chave not alieady se
ct red a representative to sell our "Nevada 8il
vet1" Solid Metal KLives. Fi rka and Spoons to
consumers; a solid metal as white as silve; no
1 late to wear off; poods puaranteed to wear a
lifetime; cost about one tenth that of silver; ihe
chance of a lifeline ; auents averanje from $50 ta
101 per week and meet with Teady sales every
where, so great is the demind for our Solid
Metal Gcod. Over One Million Dollar' worth of
foods In flaily use. Case of samples free. Ad
dress fcilverware Co., 133 Ensex street, Boston,
SlllS". '
BAKKS.
THE LIOLTNL,
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
Moliro, 111.
'iee Corner yifteeith street and Third Ave,
CAPITAL $100,000.00.
Succeeds the Moline Sa vines i ar.K. Organized 18M
5 PfrCHIJlSTEKST .AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organized nnder State Laws,
lpcnjfrom 9 a. m. to 8 o m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from? to 8pm
H. A. Athsworth, - Vice-President
J. F. Bexehwat, - cashier
directors:
Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells,
O.A.Rose, H. A. Alnsworth,
G. H. Edwards, W. II. Adtuna,
Andrew Friberg, C. F. Hemeuway,
Hiram Bar line.
ROOM! ROOM!
WE MUST HAVE ROOM,
Our spring goods are daily arriving, and
we must have room to show them.
We will se'l Lamps, Albums, Stands, Pic
tures, Easels, Odd Chairs, and Rockers of
all kinds, at extremely low prices in order to
get room.
This week we will be prepared to show
you New and Extensive designs in Moquette,
Velvet, Tapestry, and Ingrain Carpets.
New
Designs
Parlor Furniture, Easy
Red Room Furniture, Terms
Kitchen Furniture. of
322 Brady street. Payment.
Carpets,
Draperies,
Curtains,
Rugs
GHAS. A. MECK
Tjglkphonk r2l
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Remtrmbrr - H' do Upholstering to ordr.
Drffill
Gleim
-Keeps the finest lint of-
G-ROCSRIBS
IN THS CITY.
Western Investments
GUARANTEED
REAL ESTATE LOANS
utile for priviti parties In the cardaa
pot of the weat.by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHJffiD, NEBRASKA .
E.'if. Dart, President. ;", .
; . S. 8. DiT Cashier.
a'- BKFERKNCK8V
Mltcbeu feLmde. Bankers -
J. r. Bobujbte, cashier Bock Island National
O.C.Carter, II . D.
Henry Dart's Son, Wholesale Grocer.
Correspondence olicited.
DRIPFILL & GLEIM
Under Harper House.
The Furniture establishment of
Limm,
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
1525gd 1527
'Second Avenue.
124 128 ani 128
Sixteenth Street.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Loc iU Shop Corner 8eYeatetett8t. . . . "R,L Tclo-iJ
' and Serena Avenue, t! V ; 1 " iVOCK iSlatlO
WAM klndu of carpecter work a jHiatv. FUcs ano estimate for aB klatla af kaUdJcf
foniUiaf appUoatMB.
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