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THE A1WUS THURSDAY M A J CII K ln3.
Now untu April
Vou can buy Canned Goods
taper ai nrnuiu b mcui uuiqo
I MUST UNLOAD.
Teas that you pay from 40c to
c per pound elsewhere at Ar-
ld s for 25c.
1620 Second Avenue.
We bought a lot of Mn's Fine la tent la her Shoes
abig discount, and we inferd to t:iv- yon h t enefit.
hey go a? until all so d. So don't bui.g b ck, or
m will b- too late. Yen will ao find a hands', me
;-t Shoe (B!uch-r cut) in th -?:niJ a'e
rli'Vf you ever worn our 3 sh ?
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
That the knowledge of fitting shoes is an
art; that we have devoted ourselves to that
exclusively; and that it will cost you nothing
:o see the results of such perfect fitted
shoes. We have made a close study of this
art for years, and can satisfy you.
Our out-town frit-mis will favor us prcatly if they will soml
i-1 tin ir :itlilresis for :t copy of our catalogue. Mailed free.
pml and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue.
HAS. ISAXUriff ACHER,
Proprteioror at the Brady street
n Atfainda of Out Flowers constantly on nana,
la low. i )l Bi
II. P. Stoddard, of Kdjjington,
was in the city today.
"Mr. Potter of Texas" at Harper's
theatre Saturday evenihf.
There will he a tinion caucus at
Itural town hall, Rural, March 18, at
2 p. m.
A souvenir spoon to each lady hav
ing a seat on the first floor at Har
pers theatre Saturday night.
For sale cheap The Union house
furniture and olliee fixtures and bar
furnishings and fixtures. 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 tftK-iable" in the
basement of the church on Thursday
owning of this week. A general in
vitation is extended to all.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of William 15. Norris. of Pe
oria, and Miss Jennie Williams of
thiscitv, which occurs at the resi
dence of the bride's parents. C. M
Williams and wi
2V)l Sixth ave
nue, on Wednesday evening. March
"22, at S o'clock p. m.
Henry Weaver. Jr., as lion. Samp
sou Potter, in "Mr. Potter of Texas,"
made a tremendous hit in the role in
Texas. He is exceptionally tall and
well built, his voice one of the best
on the American stage, and by his
free and easy dash presented a char
acter that flattered the very people
T::e Only I rut utwinrn t .
Soe-.f 1. A c.izv i:u-'or. I.isflits not
too i; '; :. i i i :oi ie: too dim. A piano,
ooc!i. . il li two or three reman tie songs
on tin: rack. An o.ior i f sentiment
pervades ill' wi,.ie atmosphere, of the
room. i cre.i. not too close to
Si) :; l l.o l.'.r !:o;;i each other, Ned
an. I M ui'i.
Muiol ' Tlieie is ouiv one induce
ment in til" world j on could offer me.
Ned. lo mniie ;ik iieconie your wife."
Ned '' c i i. I iiuveti"! asked vou
yet. ,:;ve 1 .'"
Mau l - "I did not say you had, but I
was iu-t warning you."
(A protracted conversation ensues,
rniiiii from a mutual liking for the
same 'lili'i.-- to the spontaneous, sym
pathetic union of two twin son'.s).
Scci.c i'. Tl:v -a me. t liree hours later.
T'ne enl i i!e:it in tlie atmosphere has
become s oopros: ve as to cause the
lights to burn with a flickering dim
ness. Maud '"And y 1 1 loved ine the first
time mhi saw sue?"
Ned nig before I ever met you.
darling. Yon were the ideal of my
dreams. 1 lived in the hope of one
dav meet inir on."
Maud ---And I you.dea: e.-t." (Buss).
Ned "Hut tell me. my own. what
did yon mean by saying.bufore I asked
you to marry me. thai there was only
one in. ! ii emen t in the world I could
offer von lo make vou become inv
Maud (shyly)- "That, was the in
ducement." Ned -What?"
Maud (burying her face
eh ry sail t hem uni) "Askiuir
marrv vou." Life.
I anions Desks in Senate Chain tier.
It so happens that Mr. U'.aine's old
desk in the senate is now occupied by
Senator Hale, who was one of the dead
ft atesnian's closest friends. This desk,
like many others in the senate, is now
'i'iike the desk of Senator Cock roll,
for instance. It nsod to be the desk
at w hich Jeff Davis sat w hen he repre
sented Mississippi in the senate from
Jf54s ,( 18.il. I)uring the war some of
the soldiers quartered in the capitol
learned this fact and they made a raid
upon it with their bayonets. They
were attempting to demolish il w hen
an officer of the senate hurried to its
"What ar you doing?" he asked oi
the angry militiamen.
"Hreaking up Jeff Da vis' desk," they
answered, as they made another stab
with their bayonets.
"It is not Jeff Davis' desk." was the
answer. 'It is the property of the
governmei.t, and if yon don't stop
d il quick yon will go to jail."
Then t lie soldiers ceased, but today
the uly holes made by the bayonets
in t lie poi.-diei.! mahogany ted a mute
but eloquent story of I he passions of
18U1. 'iskin(;tiii ltst.
7 C. K. Ahline to Mathilda Ah-
line, part lots 7 and 9, Hitchcock
place, Moline, $1.
a fi AtilinetoC. A. Ahline, part
lots 7 and 8, Hitchcock plaee.Moline,
N. J. Blacknian to Hesley J..W liite
head, lot 8, block 2, Blackmail's add,
South Moline, 200.
O. J. Dimick to M. K. Sweeney, lot
47, South Rock Island, $200.
C. F. Henienwav to XV. II. Chris
tison, lot 2, block" B, Prospect park,
Tee 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 Figs.
Great Bargain! in Seal Sitate.
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
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,
Bock Island, Feb. S3, 1898.
Kdcixuton, March 8. Mrs. Mary
M. Boultinghou.se died Saturday eve
ning at 8:80 at the residence of her
son-in-law, H. P. Stoddard, which has
been her home for the past 14 years,
The maiden name of the deceased was
Marv M. Myers. She was born in
Sabastian county, North Carolina,
Oct. 27, 1803, near Concord. She
mov d to Orange county, Indiana, at
the i ;e of 14. She was married to
John Boultinghouse Feb. 20, 1823,and
came to Illinois in December, 1839.
She w as the mother of eight children.
Three of these died in infancy and
two in maturity. These two were
Mrs. Susannah Allen and Mrs. Eliza
beth Schoonmaker. Three daughters
survive: Mrs. Jane Brown, now liv
ing in Kearney, Neb.; Mrs. Louisa
TiTterington, of Reynolds, and Mrs.
Sarah Ellen Stoddard, with whom her
home had been so long. She united
with the Lutheran church while liv
ing in North Carolina when quite
voting, and died in the faith of that
church. The funeral was held Mon
dav morning at 10 o'clock from Mr.
Stoddard's house, Rev. Johnson offi
ciating. Tiie family desire to ex
press their thanks to all neighbors
who were so kind to them in their
Mrs. II. P. Stoddard has been suf
fering with for some time with a se
vere attack of sciatic rheumatism.
Shortly after the election last fall
the democrats of Edgington planned
for a celebration of the victory of last
November, but the weather inter
f erred at the time, and it was deter
mined to postpone it until March 4.
Saturday night the celebration oc
curred, "ttie brass band from Buffalo
furnishing the music. There was a
tine display of fireworks, hut the af
fair was terminated sooner than it
otherwise would, owing to the death
in the family of II. P. Stoddard that
evening and in respect to that gen
tleman. What a Fit
that the otherwise beautiful girl
should have such bad teeth. And all
because she did not use Sozodont. It
costs so little to buy it, considering
the good it does, and its benefits
stre tch out into her future life. Poor
' i.l. r-eaili.-Iir E'lfl rolioventl thotronMc-.
!-i b. 'jMiouB lutoo tba Kyctoiu. suciu
. .'.Ice-?, Kuui-eu, jDro-ixicsfl. Distrstm c;i-"
: fair, in tuo Sl.lc, ka. V.'hilo thctr'ui-i;
.-.).ti!tiU-lo miecess has bean shewn m. c a1...
' -.!-icho. rpt Carter's Lituo Liver Flits sv.'
r. iy vultT-ibl in Conptipa tnn. curlTif. and 3 !
I :.r.r, tLfim:oyinpcouiilaiut.wliilo theyaW.v
i r tr:u regaUto tho tjovela. EvrmiXttw.J'Oi;:?
N1; j A 5rf
,ilomcrt7oalJlioimoEtT,ricoio83totTiosr v "
-Jit-r from liii j JiBirnsui cojuplaiiit; htit fori
. in ! v ihi'irpnodii'THS' dotal noenilh.-THjauJ ru.,.
vl- joticetry them find iaeollUiepiUn-al'.i.
r lFtrt in sox-jiny Travs iliat thy will not ho vil
;ii: tc Jo .v.Uiout ilium. Uut aftor alisick ie
iZsfhe baco of ro jnnny lircs tliat hero In wliflr
vronialieourgreuilx&st. Our piUacuroiLwU
Ctlicra do not.
Cartor'a Uitlo liver Pfita are very eraiU aui
cry easy to taUo. One or twojiitls 101 to dosa.
i'ut:y aro strictly eiretabload 3o 110- r:po Oi"
jicrpr, but by tivoir gontla sction pviouU. who
u.'ethcm. Invials:it2S.?.mu; Sola
by dru.j'u' 1 ?vurj'wLa:c cr si-1. ' . . It.
CARTr:;? nur.i.0!W6C? '" ve:-
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BELTS SENT FHtt t'CaLXAKiWATI3fi.
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In Tlrw vt thel:i.;f 1 iir.t m..nv j.er.-r.3 wlio d;j!rt
to pr.'rure totul:io t.'.t- '.rs I'.gim !:r.ve appnea M
eiTTi'rot 'i-"1'''?- r--r iitfoviMr.tion.aiid are nr!-eci.li-a
art it. hich !iTC . lo :-.t ir., v. ernttreiq
that yon or.'T ir in ; c r.-.pu-iy i'it -lt jn
0 r.tmii!.jUi. Wbsa r-l-t ;:: tr-.-ra arrivmt at
i(inrcrnri4 c.nire c3t.--.!jcifinr.it ii yn nr.o one
l.eiterllninou.v, s ,iiy u ix - : -t nsont to re
turn I'urs to !-. A ii t. o r-';r.i:o ! lu'jcf with your
ii-rtop.t! .! T.v vi.rrT .-.-iu'.'V.-i.rliiphri:!
LCdcdiiot.-Ufr-. ujr ',r M u ,f t'-is.ic:i:ptea Tfcis
pronoettloa ti, i.rr c r?oto is!; .:aurrioi. A buyer
vnn! ho j.-.-t i. r I.!-? ri' i..--, rntl ir. M betchI
plcanro 1a 05 to inve -.'ir r.uumea fctia
eonprpa !-h ; "-!-! '"ra hnir"- Send for
l1!UFTralc, rnT',!t'-. ' J- ' Ad Jroaa
rauucn iirairi- '. ... Hi., cuicauo
Jo tin Volk &c Co.,
Sash Door Hhnds. Siding, Flooring,
ati t: kin t of wood work for ooildore.
SisatmintD at. .ii. TQird mad Fonrtu tob,
'M A N !
Made from any old photo, executed is the most
artistic workmanship it
- HAKELIER'S -
Bauable Pnotographlc ZBtabllahment orr X
eaba's baiiabkoUoa KnaraataaaV
WE MUST HAVE ROOM,
Our spring goods are daily arriving, and
we must have room to show them.
We will sel Lamps, Albums, Stands, Pic
tures, Easels, Odd Chairs, and Rockers of
all kinds, at extremely low prices in order to
This week we will be prepared to show
you New and Extensive designs in Moquette,
Velvet, Tapestry, and Ingrain Carpets.
Parlor Furniture, Easy
Hed Room Furniture, Terms
Kitchen Furniture. of
22 Brady street. Payment -
d s, Curtains,
CHAS. A. MECK
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Rem-nibt-r We oo Upholstering to order.
of Chicago, the well known and successful fpt cia'.lfjln ChroLic diseases and diseases of rat
y: a--; Ear. by request of many friends and patients has decides to re-vls:;
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, March 10th, at the Hock IslandHouse
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day.
Craeultation and eramir.n'cn free and confidential iu the pir'ors at the hotel from 8 a, at
to 13 m. ONE DAY ONt.Y.
kT fl -
V,-. J i i
Surgeon-in-Chief Iuter-Staie Asccciation of Expert Specialists is acknowledged to
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up th study of
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
devoting many years of study and research in some of the be-t hospitals and colleges of
"lie world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
not even a graduate of a repu'ab!; Medical College, in addition to a large borne prac
tice he visits a few of the jmpcrtant cities of Illinois and brings his great skill and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a Urge city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
iack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knifs, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriais. Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc., treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and
Diseases Of Women positively cured il
taken in time before the nervous system it
shattered. Delay and improper treatment it
the cause of so many unhappy results i"
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
without the use of anaesthetics.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskfflfully treated.
No experiments or failures. After examination, ii case is found incurable, the pat
lent will be honestly informed.
CaMS ud Carre Spondeace strict!? confidential and treatment sent by mail or express,
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp tor question lists. Address
OB. E. H. DEYOE. 789 Wansfl Avt., CfcJeafa
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc, etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis ant! Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months- at
east before the 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 moft 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
lute certainty of cure.
"a Ct A tral ark. the largest
Bridj trB3t.DTnport, la.