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THE AliGUfc., SATUKDAT. MAllCH 11, 1893.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Guaranteed to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
o sore arms. No lay off from work. All other
cures shatter the general health. All graduates of
the Morrell institutes testify to increased weight and
victor during treatment and permanent improvement
LJuford Block, Rock Island.
Postoffice block, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
Communication and treatment confidential. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
EiW-gfc' awaQgsjw hohww
We bought a lot of Men's Fine Patent Lea-her Shoes
at a big discount, and we intend to give yon r h- benefit.
They go at H until all sold. 80 don't bang luc'?, or
you will be too late. You will aleo find a liand me
Russet Shoe (Blucher cut) in the same 6a!e
Have you ever worn our $3 shoes?
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
he New Ideas.
Tan Bluchers for Ladles.
Russian Leather Bluchers for Men.
OMETHING NEW is what the
public are always looking for. and they keep on
looking until they find it. Anything new and
stylish is invariably pleasing to the mind. We
are always in the lead with the latest and choic
est creations of the day.
K i V IDEAS
p Spring and Summer
Pecond anil Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietoror of the Brady street
An ttoda of Cat Flowen constantly on nanu.
I Fiowor Store
k Central park, the largest la toa( Mi Brad (tract, Darsapirt, la.
Mr. Potter of Texas"at the theatre
Trv a dish of ice ereom or iee at
Krelf & Math's.
A. I). Huesinj; has a few- choice
corner lots for sale in Huber & Peetz's
aildi t ion.
XV. V. Mancker is bein" mentioned
by the democrats of the Fourth ward
as a possible aldermanic candidate.
.tieorge XV. 1). Harris' friends are
pushing him for the democratic
township collector-ship nomination.
Kvery cup of coffee, chocolate or
tea made to order and in a moment's
time and served with cream no
milk at Krell and Math's.
For sale cheap The Union house
furniture and office lixtures and bar
furnishings and fixtures. Also 100
tons of good ice. A bargain for a
spot cash buyer.
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
pattie shells, cream pie and French
or plain rolls with a good cup of cof
fee, tea or chocolate makes a fine
lunch and Keell & Matli have the
Every lady occupying a seat on the
first floor at Harper's theatre this
evening will receive a handsome
souvenir sjmiou in consideration of
the five hundredth presentation of
A number of visitors, principally
parents of the pupils, were at the No.
7 school building yesterday, where
the scholars gave an exhibition of
their work in drawing. It was a
verv creditable showing.
Young to Have a I'am'.ly.
"I saw by the Journal that a recent
ly imported English curate forgot to
omil the petition for 'her most gra
cious majesty, the queeu.' when con
ducting morning prayer in a Chicago
church the oilier day, and it remiuded
me of mi experience of my own."
It was an Englishman at the Palmer
house this morning who spoke.
"Though you might not think it, see
ing me in such close proximity to tiiis
Manhattan mixture of soothing syr
ups." he continued, "I was brought up
very religiously. We had family pray
er at our house every morning and
evening. "When 1 was V.) years old I
had a step-mother and half n dozen
young brothers and sisters, and in the
absence of my father I was usually
called on to conduct the family devo
tions. For this purpose a big l'Hyer
book was brought on I, which contained
a long prayer for every day in the
"All went along smoothly until one
unlucky morning when the prayer for
the day contained the words, -liless
these our children and this our home.'
These words were printed in parenthe
sis, for optional use according to cir
cumstances, but I read them out right
along, and immediately heard a couple
of precocious young sisters tittering
on their knees, while the stern voice
of my hated stepmother interrupted
my supplications with, 'That will do.
Thomas; you may close the book.'
She was wild with fury, and I was
never called upon to tid my father's
place in the family pulpit again."
The Irish Member's Parting Shot.
In the house of commons, one fa
mous fighting night, a noted Irish
member rose to denounce a speech
which had been delivered from the
treasury benches. He desired to say
that the statements made by the gov
ernment's representative were not al
touel her accurate, but his impetuosity
led him to phrase the accusation rather
strongly. "Order! order!" said the
speaker of the house, as he rose in all
the majesty of full-bottomed w ig arfd
silken gown. His Irish colleagues did
iot w ish the member to be "suspend
ed," and they hinted so by lugging at
his coat-tails. The indignant yet good
humored honorable member recog
nized the command of his party and
sat down, delivering this Parthian
dart: "Very well, sir: I :lny your
ruling, aud I beg to retract what 1 was
about to observe." Argonaut.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by 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 bv their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists.
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
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.
Return of an Eminent Botanist.
Professor C. S. Sargent, the eminent
botanist and promoter of arboricultrore,
has returned from a trip to Japan. It is
pleasant to know that ho regards his ex
ploration as a remarkably successful
one. He traveled nearly all over the
empire, wade a very large herbarium
and brought home a number of species
of trees and shrubs, of which a consid
erable portion has never yet been brought
Into cultivation. Every lover of trees,
plants and general gardening will extend
cordial welcome to the professor on bis
safe return. Meehan's Monthly.
The 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. " . - i ,
At Trinity church and Trinity
chapel. Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector, ser
vices as usual.
At the Second Baptist, Rev. R. A
Saunders, pastor, will preach at 11 a
m. ami 7:30 p. m. Morning subject.
"Kxample for Imitation; evening
'Christ the Center of Attraction."
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian,
the usual services, preaching by Rev.
John H. Kerr. Morning subject,
"heeding the Multitude; evening
Municipal Rule." Sunday school
at 11:45 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at
6:45 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian, preach
ing at 10:4o a. m. bv the pastor,
Rev. H. C. Marshall. "At 7:30 p. m.
the seventh anniversary of our voting
people's Christian union will be held.
The exercises will be conducted by
the young people themselves. Sun
day school at ihSO a. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian, Rev.
XV. S. Marquis, pastor, will preach
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn
ing subject, "Handling the Word of
God;" evening. "Some Minor Gifts
Much Neglected.' Sunday school at
9:10 a. m. South Tark Sunday schor
at 2:30 p. m.
At the First Methodist, the pastor,
Rev. F. XV. Merrell, will conduct ser
vices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject, "The Church's Re
sponsibility in the Nurture of
Young Converts;" evening, "Regen
eration," the third sermon in a series
on the Four Fundamentals of the
Christian Religion. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. Young people's meet
ing at 6:30.
At the First Baptist, preaching
morning and evening bv the pastor,
Rev. Dr. C. E. Taylor." Subject for
morning, "Christ's Last Legacy;"
evening. "Life's True Problem." A
prelude to the evening sermon on
Our Duty to t he Municipality in the
City Election." Baptism at the
evening service. Sunday school at
'.t:lf a. m.. C L. Williams superin
tendent. Young people's union at
6:30 p. in. Topic, "Prevailing Pray
er." leader. C. L. Williams. Sunday
school in Forty-fourth street chapel
at 3 p. m., F. M. Sinnet, superintendent.
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 what Hood's Sarsarparilla has
done, always within truth and reason.
Constipation, and all troubles with
the digestive organs and the liver. are
cured bv Hood's Sarsaparilla. Un
equalled as a dinner pill.
Great Bargains in Beat F state.
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
anil upon accommodating terms.
P. L. Mitchell,
Administrator of Dennis Warren,
Rock Island, Feb. 22, 1893.
VOLUMES COULD BE WRITTEN,
filled with the test
mony of women who
Lave been made well
s t and strong by Dr.
5?V Pierce's Favorite
I t's a medicine
that's made especially
to build up women's
-strengtn anu to cure
an invigorating, re
soothing cordial, and
bracing nervine; purely vegetable, non
alcoholic and perfectly harmless. For
all the functional derangements, pain
ful disorders, and chronic weaknesses
that afflict womaukind, the "Favorite
Prescription" is the only guaranteed
It must have been the medicine for
most women, or it couldn't be sold on
any such terms.
Isn't it likely to be the medicine for
you . Sold by druggists everywhere.
ask for the GERTS. LUMBARD & CO.,
Chicago-Made Brushes, and insist on pet
ting them. See our name on the handle
none other genuine. Our brushes are the
Best Made Best Material S
of any manufactured in this country.
Gerts, Lumbard & Co.,
Establfencr 1850. CHICAGO
Msda fro-n anv rid photo, executed 5n the moat
artistic workmanship t
ttauble Pnotograpb'c r stablisbment over Mc
Cabe's rattcfation vuaranlced.
. Insaiw Parsons Restore.
i Dr.XLINB'8 GREAT
' etZBKATW Jk NtltVI DlIIA&IS. OmJTf-rt
(MV Se ATlTM Mifflf. Fill. FVf9m
IK FALLIBtl tf t&fcea mm diractad. A' FttMfur
first Mmy t tur. Treat 4UK1 crUU Dottw we to
Fit oatifti. tber piruw enMcsschanrvs oa box wbea
received. Send unet, TT. O and express eddreei
aflacttd to Da. KLINE Arch SLadeiohPe.
Tattered and Torn.
THAT'S OUR CONDITION.
Prices must take away the goods. No room to store
them. Old building torn down to make room for the
new office desks and chairs.
Bed Room and Parlor Suits.
Parlor and Extension Tables.
Upholstered Rockers, Cane Seat Rockers, odd
pieces for the parlor hall, trees and hat racks,
springs, mattresses and bedding, etc.
A full assortment at .Low
"Remember our pjices are
5a?y Pay me it.
No Extra Charge.
Remember We do Up
hol&teiing to order.
OHAS. A. MECK
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
WHY' ARE "VOXJ WEAK?
i.Ve'E YOU TRIED DRUGS AND FAILED TO FIND A CURE?
AND SUSPENSORY FOR.
fU7r AKMFSSe- UF&
WHO ARE DEBILITATFO AND StlFTFRI NC.
from Nervous DEHLrrV &M!nalWfa!C
f rt"T Y.A t. vn 'nn Dun rx n A-n c & j I n i rr
1 WrSv -Back K: dney Troubles. Nervousmess
hTe a relnl aud ci:re n wir nmrToKtus ir.vpntion.vlitch r-quir
T nice I he ih t.ke;.(ica!. v Tour luucmiio if eflorm ot rrcjcrwi,
natrcuudm v drain-.-d rem f Tsit u. i.J i.erre totvtnd viljjity hirtu
s itius vi tt-a yi.ur wck:.'j i t 'atk of lnrce. If tou repince mt.
Zi. uitit thus drained, irljtch ure required ft.r Ti(rfrtu trem?tn oib
a and livult h.fUreiiKib and Tint.r will lollow at once and iu tbvuatora
? and treat n.ent. anri ire ffunruntee a cure or money retumteK
2 j5$S; need and old Diun, twin MKiltpd. free.
.iffiff Klrrtric Kelt is i-.n experiment. a we hare rMtored thessasda
viii.ir. aller b'1 other tieotmems fniled. as can lw hn., h
would ..u!It tu: iiy. and Iroxu munj of viiiu me hare
mcb rntferem we
but a tnnl to Con
or exposure, yon mar
is elect ricitv aud
your syptem the
way. Tniffiour ilan
Our 'iOO pnge
torobnt htsultu rjid
bnndredB of caseA throuirhout this Siiif. win
XuHf? letters beariDK tesUmouy to thuir recovery after ussiur our Bell
WE HAVE CURED THESE WE CAN CURE YOU!
KECTOrs DEB1LTTT AXI WEAEXESe.
Obakt Raptos, Mich., N?wnberlrt. IK.
Pa. A. T. Fanpkn. lar Bir iln rt-ply to your luto
frivor. have to my that 1 think yourIr. Sanden tctric
lioi; ife tf the prx-atert invention c f tne ninCveuth
century, and consultT it a most jHw-rful a$riit lt.r MMt
amoiitr the many atfUrted on lhifltea-th, and 1 know ihct
tnroiiifh me fwveral f Tour belt! have teen sold, to the
partiet' KTeatest Bntmfacticn. As to mrwlf I am a well
mflh to-day from wearing: one of vourelertric beltx. and
am thirty pound heavier than before wins it- 1 chocr-Cuiiy-
aud truthfully rvHninfmd vuur U-lt.
li. A. W1LXKH, 30 bhawmnt Avezroe.
fc Milwatot, WK, ATrnft7th,lW.
Pis- A. T. pAjrpltn, lvr Kir t The EU-rtric h lt I re
ceived from youlaxt ApnlhadrniaiMtirwimmutl-ti
tdo. I can say it has done more for me than U th
tn-diHne 1 have token in thrve yt-nrn. The imf J .r't
the belt I vrna in a bad condition. Kufffrinp inatlv frott
funeral debility. nervocFiteHs. ACn and mv blood was in
Tiry Poor condition. I writhed nt the time 1 jrit tUv
b"It Il&iioimdii, butatprweut ivHrincmv firht is lf.
1 recomi'u iMijrom- belt to ail. SUoKTfcXL, M . ;hn p .t.
FKOU ttMDLM Or 1U VlATT CO.
. . MoKorm. III.. Ort..
Pa. A. T. Sairpinr, PenrPIr j TheSanden Kiertrte Be
wh h I rcrvha-ied of you t wo years aro aortred to my
r ings bATisFAcnoK. and 1 take rleurp in rmm
ziiendinfc it to any of my frienrt who are afflicted wttA
ailmtftits ftrr the enre of which the belt la recvmmeiKlxf.
Yours very truly, W X. HA.NNA, Fres, Wicr J'iow Co.
LAME BACK, KUNET DISEAFK, AC.
CmrAoo, October 17.
Pn. A.T. ?A5t)W, Pear Sir : This m to cvriify that I
have uned the fcunden Eicctrrc pelt for lame tack and
kitlney troubl ani aay to thoae arHia-t that 1 have
r--eived a entpl tecure. I mot rheerfuliT rmmiiMCtJ
tlwn- Ytur,&., JaMKS KILLS. 47th and FrauersU.
KECOMME.NDS THE BEET TO A IX.
Kansas Crrr. Kanma. Vfvtirr SOth. 1999.
Pr. A. T. Sauien. iN'ar Sir. ouranf tleJ6:b inrt.f at
tiHinl.and will Kay in repiy that your to. . Ir. 8ondrm
Fletrtrie fult has jriven good aatinf action and has dotx
nc a vonUerfuI frtnad. I'nnn now on 1 Khali umu ifl
evry dav, an i know it will brtnjr me out all O. K. I
Kiecivf n your belt a (rood recommend uHKvenJ bem
liojiiuj oj vi'l if mnrv more, lam, yonrf. truly.
E. S. aFElJY, UjCC hox lS, e. S. Sultioo.
THE DR. .SAN DEN ELECTRIC BELT O
tfl a complete aalTanlc natterr. made Into a belt 90 as to be eaitv worn durirur work or atreirt and It
E'jes ptbinE. pr .lonped curreutn which are (nslantly felt throutb.int ell weak part . or we" forfeit
V5.WOO. It baa an Improved Electric Kaapegiwrr, the create: r.rin ever riven weak n.en and
we warrant it to cure any of the ahove weakneasea, a.-id toenlarce shrunken llnibs, or parta. .r Itlo'aev
KefBnde.. They are R-raded In atrenirth to meet all Unites of weakness In yotms. ninlillo m-ad omlil
mem. aud will cure the worst cases in two or three montbs. Address for lull in format um
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO., 169 La Salle St., CHICAGO. lf
GEORGE SCHATEB, Proprietor.
1W1 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harper's Tfcaatre.
The choicest Wine, Liquors. Beer and Cigars alwavs on Hand
Free Lnnch Kverf Day
Sandwichea ParnUbed on Sbort Notice.
WH . 6CHMEIL..
JOHN M. PABroOH,
BBXBT A. PAKIDOH.
SCHMETXi, PARIDON c& SON,
Painters and Decorators,
Kalsomining, Paper Hanging, Etc.,
419 Seventeenth Street.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor etrid Builder,
Office and Shop Corner SeTentoestb 8t- . . T Tv'iorl.:
0bTAU klnda of carpentar work a ryaclalty. Plana aiM easmataa for ail kiada f walirti
farBiaka ) t apcUcavaoa.
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