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THE AUrJUfc TUESDAY. MAKCII S,
ri-City Morreli Institutes,
o Soreness of the Ann,
,.w k aiinrnntpH if nntiVnt will follow instrnr-
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rjons. Literature on the subject will be sent on ap
plication. Correspondence confidential.
LOCATION OF OHFIO S:
RO-'K "SLASD. ILL. MO LINE. ILL. DAVENPORT, LA.
Bnfcui Block. P.st Office B xk S'lernian Build'g
Tan Shoes are stylish
WE HAVE TH
THE CREOLE" in tan or black
Tan Bluchers for Gentlemen.
We have just opened a lot of Ladies fine Don
gola Shoes which we place on sale at
never before offered for less than $3.00,
Square toe and Opera, patent tip.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Timely hints what to buy.
And where to buy the newest styles.
Piodilly Bluchers Tan
Enainal with Patent Leath
er Trimmings to match
Russia Leather and Don
eola in Boots anl Half
Pi'ttliily B .uchers.
These styles are positively the latest.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport,
1SC3 Secccd Avenue
'A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Try a dih of ice creom or ice at
Krell & Math's.
Telephone 1021 for wall paper and
carpet cleaning by Troupe.
Every 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 Good heavy team and
new wagon, cheap: owner wishes to
remove. A bargain if taken quick.
Call at National Clay Co.
Avoid the rush of spring house
cleaning by having Troupe clean
your wall "paper at once. Will be
here for three weeks only.
C'apt. J. M. Lee of the regular
army was in llock Island yesterday
making an oflicial visit to "Rock Isl
and Arsenal and to Maj. Mackenzie
of the engineer corps.
Robert Kitst-hmann is making an
energetic canvass for alderman in
the Fifth ward. He is gaininsr "round
daily and is already regarded as th?
coming alderman from the ward.
('ream puffs, chocolate eclairs.
pat tie shells, cream pie and French
or plain rolls with a good cup of cof-
tee. tea or cnoeolate makes a tine
lunch and Keell & Math have the
James W. Caaiiaurh had the mid
dle linger of his left hand seerely
lacerated while working in a loco
motive in the Rock Island round
house Sunday afternoon. Dr. Plum
met- hone to save the iniured joint.
but the accident will necessitate Mr.
Cavanangh's laying up a while.
A hi use me n trt.
Few there are who have not
laughed and cried over 'Hazel
Kirke." These and niTTny others will
be plcacd to know that Kflie F.llsler
will once more, and probably for the
last time, appear in her favorite role
of "Hazel" at the liurtis next Satur
day, April 1. C. W. Couldock, the
original "Diinstan Kirke." is still
with Miss Ellsler.
The "Fringe of Society" to be pre
sented at Harper's theatre tonight as
adapt eil by Edward Clancy from
the trench ot Dumas, having made a
tremendous success in this country.
Miss Maude Granger, who plays the
trying rede of the adventuress in so
realistic a manner, has accepted the
scenario and jdot of an entirely new
society drama bv Mr.Clancy in which
she will be starred next season. The
leading woman's part will be some
thing entirely new to the stage and
Treat things are expected of the
piece when it is produced -at the Hos
ton theatre in September next.
George Wilson, the minstrel man,
whose company appears at Harper's
theatre next Friday night, had a lit
tle incident happen him in Paris last
summer, which caused his manly
bosom to swell and throb with pride.
1 he way he tells it is tins: He was
standing in one of the parks admiring
the shrubbery, unconscious of his
surroundings, when all of a sudden
he was astonished to hear a young
miss say, "Why, mama, there is air.
Wilson, the minstrel man. 1 was.
of coarse, almost paralyzed by the
suddenness of the thing, but an in
troduction followed, which resulted
in mv accompanying the family on a
short jaunt through Italy. The fam
ily, by the way, were from ISew Orleans.
IN ANNUAL SESSION.
, Tne Modern Way
Commends itself to the well-formed,
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done m ttie 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.
, Son -tern txenrsions.
Tim Hiirlinirtnil. Odar llanids &
- " - -o ' i
Voridorn mil wav will sell round trip
excursion tickets from its principal
points to territory covered by the
Illinois central anu xazoo iuis&iss
ippi Valley railways, in the states of
Mississippi, Tennessee and Louis
il.inr Memphis and New
Orleans, at rate of oue fare for the
round trip; tickets to be sola March
i't AtrM Anril 10. and Mav 8. 1893.
These tickets will be good for stop
over at all points in the states of
Tennessee, Mississippi anu Louisiana,
excepting at Memphis, Tenn., and
will be good for return passage
3U davs from date of sale. tor
rates of fair, time of trains and other
information, call on or address any
ticket agent of this company or the
J. E. Hasnegax,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Both Kindi of Ic.
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 the exclusive agency
in Rock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artificial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
There was an enthusiastic gather-in"-
of democrats at Turner hall on
Saturday evening, and a thorough
canvass of the situation was made.
Encouraging reports from the differ-
em waras were ret-envu "uiu no w
the aldermanib and city township
. - . . i , . . - i i
. jickpih. a angientnorv m iu ue uiauc,
.Meet Ins of tUe Rock Island County Itlble
At the aunual meeting on Sunday
evening at the Central Presbyterian
church, of the Rock Island County
Bible Society, President Mixter pre
sided, he having tilled the same po
sition at the meeting on May 31,1844,
when the society was organized.
The chair appointed a nominating
committee composed of Dr. J. W.
Stewart, J, W. Welch. J. II. Cleland,
S. S. Kemblc and J. D. Warnock.
After the reading of the minutes
Treasurer George Kingsbury made
his annual report which was followed
by prayer, by Rev. T. W. Grafton.
The annual address was delivered by
Dr. Bartholomew of Augustana col
lege, and was an interesting and
New Ofllcers Chosen.
The report of the nominating com
mittee was then read according to
which the following officers were
chosen for the ensuing year.
President J. D. Warnock.
Vice President M. A. Patterson.
Secretary George M. Loosley.
Treasurer and Depositary George
Board of Managers Rock Island
H. D. Folsom. Central Presbyterian:
O. E. Beiiway, laptit ; George K. M.
Colburn. Christian: E. B. McKown.
United Presbyterian: J. T. Xoftsker,
Firt Mclho'dist; Henry Kinner,
Ninth stive l Methodist; Henry
Brork.uan. German Methodist; Aug.
C. lYierson. Swedish Lutheran;
George Groom, Grace Lutheran; C.
O. .Jeiis.in. Swedish Baptist; C. C.
Mclntiru. Broadway Bresby terian ; C.
W. Foss. Augustana college.
Moline W. J. Kntrikin, Congrega
tional; P. C. Simmon. Methodist; Mr.
Cook. First Baptist; W. II. Carpen
ter, Tabernacle Baptist: John Swan
son. Swedish Baptist.
Milan J. H. Gilniore.
Edgington Bev. T. R. Johnston.
Port livron Rev. A. Harper.
Perceive acd Expensive
Many a woman slir:t k fro:n conultin; a lbj
Eiclan about f uncnonitl derargemenis aud weak
ue, ard prefer to snfftr in silence. !?Ue is sad
and pent ive,n i her r.etlcct f her Mlmeiits will
prove expensive. 1: may cost her her life, one
of the mast skillful iiuytic'an of the day, who
h if h id a vast experience la cariuc d seases pe
cii'iar to women, lias prepaied a rcnudy which is
of inestimable aid to them. We refer to Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the only remedy
for woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments.
sold by drnucists. nncer a pi si ive guarantee
from the manufacturers, that it will tive satis
faction in every case, or nii.ney refunded.
Great Auiton bale.
We will sell at our tables on Iowa
street. Davenport, Iowa, Wednesday,
March :.".Uh, at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp,
30 head of horses of all kinds, ponies.
drivers and work horses; also bug
gies, carts, spring wagons, lumber
wagons, and road wagons of every
description, and all kinds of harness
single, double, light and heavv.
Persons wanting to scdl horses or
buggies of any kind can have them
put up in our auction and sold at
reasonable rates. Everything that is
put up will be sold to the highest
This will be our first weekly sale of
the year. Loktox Bkos.,
A. Schllsingeu, Auctioneer.
j Mature should ie
itssisted to throw
oT Intpurities of the
does it so Tfell, so
promptly, or so
safely as Swift's
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Vr tliTee years I v.-as troubled with ina!i
! ri 'k.1, which cuuted my appetite to fa;'.
! 1 u-s creatlv redacca in flesh, ard luc
t ii.l its charms. 1 tried mercvril arid
ijsh remedies, but to no eScct. I ccu'd
:no relief. I then decided to try ttcanihaA
few bottles of l!iU wonderful
Medicine made a complete and permanent
care, and I now er. joy t-ctter health than ever.
J. A. Hice, Ottav.a, Kzzu
Our book oil LSI od and Skin Diseases
Swift Sri-ciric Co.. Atlanta, Gt
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
W ashes Everything from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
r;it; Lac? curtains a. specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER,
Tet boTe No. 1214
la s 10 paps paper, profusely illustrated by the
leading arti ard carlcaturi'ta of tbe dar. In
the matter of orie bnuior it is acknowleilf ed
to stand at the bend of tbe illustrated prea of tbe
country, and han 1een well named Tbe WittT
Wonder of tbe World." It is publisbed every
week at the priae of $4 a year.
Fifty-two norela appear, by author of ndoubted
reputation, one each wtek. free to ererr enb
ecriber. Aa unparalleled offer. Texaa Bifttoga
and one complete, unabridged ooTel each week
fnr b vtfknr for a cinele aubscriution at S4.
Tbe offer which we make hae neTer been equal-
ed by any pmbliabtng bouw. it la unprece
dented, liberal and cranl It is genuine how
ever, and we know will prove a great urpriae to
rrua or wooa nieraxure.
You can view furniture all
around the world, and you
wont find a better assort
ment. For all Tastes,
For all Conditions,
For all Pocketbooks.
Fnrnitnre, Carpels, Stoves, Etc
If you promised the baby a new carriage,
remember, we can furnish it. Elegant As
sortment. A good carriage for little money.-
EASY PAYMENTS-' xo txcW
OHAS. A. MECK
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturdav's till 10.
J. X. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
rplepoore 1098. 231 Twentieth Tr.t.
A.. II. HILL. PH. Gr.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street.
Proprietoror of the Brdy street
IE IK 'fT .
Ail k;cl nf Cot Flower conetazitlT on hncu.
ure en llouaes
One block from Central p rt the lar ieit la low.
SM Brai; struct, Davenport, ba. -
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. .
Save money bv baying your Crockery, Glassware. Cat-
lery, Tinware. Woodware, and Brashes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 &-d 10 Cents Stor-
SIRS. C. SUTSCH'S. 1314 Third nyc.
I now kicated Is Ua new aho.