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THE AliGUE WEDNESDAY, MAIICH 9, 1893,
rom Now tii Aorl 1 st.
You can buy canned goods
reaper at Arnold's than others
Ve must unload.
Teas that you pay from 40c to
Oc per pound elsewhere at Ar
nold's for 25c.
1620 Second Avenue.
flan Shoes are stylish
WE HAVE TSSM.
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 $5.00,
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.
Picadilly Bluchers lan
Enamal with Patent Leatb
r Trimtnipg3 to match
Russia L-aihr and Don
gola in Boots an1 Ha t
..l nil Calf
These styles are positively the latest.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport,
1803 Second Avenue.
'A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
George Wilson's minstrels Friday
Remember the Easter sale next
Saturday, 1913 Second avenue.
V. J. Farner, of Columbus, O., is
in the city on a visit to friends.
Let the little folks see the Easter
novelties and eggs in Krell & Math's
Easter eggs from 10 for lc up to
hand painted at 25c each. Krell &
Math have a tine selection.
Aprons, aprons of all kinds for sale
at the store vacated by the Singer
Co., next Saturday at 8 o'clock.
H. H. Robb and wife, of South Rock
Island, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a bright little daughter at their
Ye goods, McConochie and Miller,
held as patron saints! What doe the
Union take the self respecting people
of Rock Island for?
Mayer Rosenfield yesterday sold
his Thirteenth street property to
Mrs. Mary Koch for f 1,500. through
Reidy Bros', agency.
For sale Good heavy team nnd
new wagon, cheap: owner wishes to
remove. A bargain if taken quick.
Call at National Clay Co.
White and brown rabbits, chicken
in shell, ducks with moving head and
mouth, pigs in eggs, storks, children
iu eggs and a thousand other novel,
ties at Krell & Math's.
It is a beautiful spectacle, isn't it.
the active part Rock Island's nickie
in the slot chief of police is taking in
the McConochie campaign? "Within
an hour yesterday afternoon the
chiof had visited three saloons and
one minister of the gospel and all on
Second avenue and
Max Kautz, manager of the Turner
hall, has secured Keilhofcr's Tyro
lean troupe for a two days' engage
ment Saturday and Sunday even
ings. The troupe is composed of
comedians, good vocalists anil zither
virtuosos whose entertainment is
highly spoken of by all who have
heard them on their former visits to
Joslin, March 2H. John Swank
was shipping hogs and cattle from
Joslin on Tuesday last. He paid $4
per hundred for cattle and $(J.50 to
ftJ.GO for hogs,
Joslin creamery changed hands on
Monday last, whereby the farmers of
this vicinity become the owners in
shares; if 2, 400 was the price paid.
When the Rook river ice went out
it carried away and destroyed, con
siderable ft-neing. I am informed
Mr. William Payne was used rather
rough, and that Gregory Brown has
to drive as many as 20o0 new posts.
I CI.TCM IN PARTO.
Tayloi: Riik, March 2S. Clara
Ball, daughter of Preston and Emma
Ball, of Taylor Ridge, died March 25,
aged 9 years, 9 months and 6 days
The funeral was largely attended,
taking into consideration the bad
roads. They wish to return their
sincere thanks to the neighbors for
their kindness in their bereavement
Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. McCaw and the remains interred
in MeConncl's chapel cemetery.
Tee Modern Waj
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 liijuid laxative remedy. Syr
up of Figs.
eou terc Iicnraions.
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will sell round trip
excursion tickets from its principal
points to territory covered by the
Illinois Central ami Yazoo & Mississ
ippi Valley railways, in the states of
Mississippi, Tennessee and Louis
iana, excepting Memphis and New
Orleans, at rate ol one tare for the
round trip; tickets to be sold March
13, April. April 10, and May 8, 1J93.
These tickets will be good for stop
over at all points in the states of
Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana,
excepting at Memphis, Tenn., and
will be good for return passage
30 days from date of sale. For
rates of fair, time of trains and other
information, call on or address any
ticket aent of this company or the
J. E. Hanxeoax,
(Jen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Both Kindt of lea-
Iu 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 Kather
iu of democrats at Turner hall on
Saturday evening, and a thorough
canvass of the situation was made.
Encouraging reports from the differ
ent wards were received both as to
the aldermanic and city township
tickets. A unitedeffort is to be made,
and remarks by several gentlemen
demonstrated the enthusiasm that
Maude Uranger in "The Kririg-e of Socle,
ty" Coining Attractions.
''I he Fringe of Society," one of the
late sensational plays of French adap
tation, was presented at Harper's thea
tre to a fair sized audience last even
ing. The play deals with the middle
strata of society and abounds in sur
prise for the auditor. Miss Maude
Granger, as Mrs. Beauchamp Carew,
displays some remarkably strong
points, while the Osmond St. Elmo of
Frederick Ilerzog, and the Capt. Ro
nald Stuart of Hubert Carter were
also brought out in full force. The
cast upon the whole was well tilled.
Gardner's "Fatherland" company
plays at the Burtis next Sunday af
ternoon and evening.
The Madison square success ''Haz
el Kirke," is to be presented at the
Burtis opera house in Davenport,
next Saturday night.
George Wilson, justly termed the
'Minstrel King," will pay Rock Isl
a visit next Friday evening, when he
will introduce for a verdict his brand
new minstrel organization, which he
claims to be the best of his career,
and George knows what he is talking
about. He has selected his company
this year with a great deal of care,
and lias spared neither time nor
money. When you consider that he
journeyed to Europe to see and en
gage two novelty acts, you must ad
mit that his effort to provide for his
many friends a performance worthy
of his own abilities a most praise
worthy one. Mr. Wilson is stage
manager of his organization, conse
quently every pun or comic song
that is sung must tirst be rehearsed
with him in private. In that way he
is enabled to keep his entertainment
pure and w holesome, which has had
a great deal to do with his phenome
nal success the past few years.
t'OI STV Bl 11.11 IS U.
28 Estate of Daniel Fcnsterma-
cher. Appraisement bill and widow's
award tiled and approved.
Estate of Leon Paucke. Letter of
administration issued to John Van
Paucke. Bond tiled and approved.
Pantive and Expensive-
Many a woman shrinks from consulting a phy
sician about functional dcrargumenls and weak-
nesfi, ard prefer to sutler in silence. She is fad
and pentive.ani her neglect of her ailments will
prove expensive. It may cost her her life, one
of the most skillful phyticiaoa of the day, who
hsehad a vas: experience in coring diseases pe
culiar to women, has prepared a remedy which ie
of inestimable aid to them. We refer to Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Preacrij-tion, the only remedy
for woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments
sold by druggist?, onser a pccluve guarantee
fiom the manufacturers, that it will j:ive tatis
faction In eTery case, or money refunded.
W a- - i. 1 ZjJ
V SALT ViUZVNi,
these and cvorj i!r'.:rc I I'ir-carc arising
fruui impTiro bliioJ i,rr i -f-.ilv t.-eateil by
that never-failing tad i i : i.".! i:iic and
Books on Iilood ami I -kip.
I Tinted testimonials
a ami i-i.ii!
alals sent on NvJjN.
w asnes svervininff irom a nne
silk handkerchief to a circus
tr-nt; Lae curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER,
Te'epbone No. 1214
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
John Voile 5c Co.,
fivsb Doors Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
ill kinds or wood worn for Oalldera
'..htenth Su oai. Tht'fl ti l i4ortn avea.
jv VdifltoUiiuuiaBiiiaEBi 1
You can view furniture all
around the world, and you
won't find a better assort
ment. For all Tastes.
For all Conditions,
For all Pocketbooks.
Furniture, Carpets, 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- NO BXJg!iW
CHAS. A. MECK
Tklkphonh 421 '
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturdav'still 10.
J. T. DIXON8
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
felennone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
A.. HL HiLL, Jr tl. Gr.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street.
l"ropne:oror of the Brady street
Ail k!cd o' cm Flower cooetautly on nana.
One block from Central p irk, the lariea la Iowa.
30 1 Brad7 street, DaTenport, -J.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money bv buying yoar Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 and 10 Cents Store.
ttlTSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
23 T7 dTrnr- TTTS f3
la now located In hi new ahop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
tyiJght shoe a ipecdaltj.
Ovpo.lt. Um Old