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City Morrell Institutes,
BEAT MEN T FOU -?IU5
LIQUOR,
Morphine,
TOBACCO
Habits.
iilTcr-nsr
o Sickness,
Xo Soreness of I lie Arm,
Xo Debility.
hire is guaranteed if patient will follow instruc-
Literature on the subject will be sent on ap
'ion. Correspondence confidential.
I ORATION F OFFIOS:
Dav-nport, Iowr,
BRIEF MENTION,
ford Block.
Moline, Ml.
Post Office Block.
Hibernian Building
CASTER
-SHOES-
n Shoes are stylish
WE HAVE THEM.
HE CREOLE" in tan or black.
Tan Bluchers for Gentlemen.
f- r I I I I
we have just opened a lot of Ladies fine Don-
gola Shoes which we place on sale at
$2.50,
never before offered for less than $.0Q,
Square toe and Opera, patent tip.
"THE BOSTON,"
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Herman liotlen of Milwaukee is in
the city on a short visit to friends.
Let the little folks see the Kaster
novelties ami eggs in Krell & Math's
window.
Kaster erj;s from 10 for lc tip to
hand painted at 25e each. Krell &
Math have a line selection.
Ed. liauersfeld is a laboring man
and he should receive the support of
every laboring man in the city.
Ed. Bauersfeld will take the
"hull" thing when it comes to dis
posing of the collectorship on elec
tion day.
For sale (Jood heavy team and
new wagon, cheap: owner wishes to
remove. A bargain if taken quick.
Call at National Clay Co.
J. M. Huford will be again called
I box next TiiPtidnv. Tie li.-is been
tried -before and is known.
White and brown rabbits, chicken
in shell, ducks with moving head ami
mouth, pigs in eggs, storks, children
in etri;s and a thousand other novel-
tics at Krell & Math's.
Peter Schlemmer, who is a candi
date for iustice of the peace on the
democratic ticket, is one of the old-
time residents of Rock Island. He is
a leading ami representative demo
crat of .the Third ward and is well
known and respected all over the
city.
The Aiifii s publishes an enlarged
edition tonight in order to comply
with the law with reference to the
printing of the election ticket with
out curtailing the general assortment
of news mat ter. In addition to this
lucre also appears a carefully pro-
pared article on Kaster day observ
ances and an ontertainiuir batch of
miscellaneous reading.
Gregg,
TbeHtriral
Kllie Ellsler appears in her famous
creation of --Hazel Kirke"1 at the Bur-
tis opera house at Havenport Satur
day night.
Charles Gardner will jrive his jrreat
plav at norland" at the Burtis at
Oaveiiport, Sunday afternoon and
evening.
The great and only (Joorge Wilson.
the minstrel entertainer, will pay
Harpor's theatre a visit tomorrow
night. Mr. Wilson, as the originator
of whati known m minstrelsy as the
Monoloirist, has doubtless more imi
tators than any foot-liirht artist that
ever entertained an audience. Hi
has for lit years occupied the position
he now holds, at the head of all. and
no doubt will stay there until he is
called
cork i
To see Wilson
ulous costumes.
take him for the cool.
business man that he is.
He comes this year promi
best minstrel performance
theatre goers have seen,
have to hump himself to
previous efforts, but as hi
of indomitable pluck,
out to do a thinsj hi
to a better land where burnt
an unknown quantity.
in some of bis ridie-
onc would scarcely
calcnlatintr
iiii; th
our local
He will
excel hi:
is a man
when he starts
generally doe
Easter!
taster!
Timely hints what to buy.
And where to buy the newest styles.
OR LADIES
Picadilly Bluchers Tau
Knamal with Patent Leata
-r Trimmings to match
Russia Leather and Don
gola in Boots an 3 Half
-hot??.
FOR MSN
Pi idi:ly B lienors.
Palent Leiher
Russia Leather
,-nd Calf
These styles are positively the latest.
W ith the advent of the third year
of their management of the Colum
bia theatre. Chicago, Havman & Davis
will present a hirh class of entertain
ments dtirinir the World's Fair, the
attraction being no less potent than
j the Lillian liussell Opera company,
i at the head of which isMiss Kussell
' herself, the leading English singing
prima-donna of the world, and what
is more gratifying, a native of the
I World's Fair City, and a magnificent
' production of the great west. Miss
j Hussell's support includes the best
available English talent. The operas
of her repertoire will be mounted
imuch more lavishly and dressed
more expensively than anything ever
before seen on the American stage,
j The company is a very large onc.and
includes a magnificent chorus, splen
did orchestra and brilliant eorps-du-ballct.
The engagement begins on
the l(jlh of May and continues for
four months, after which will appear
Daniel Frohman's Lyceum Theatre
company of New York for one month,
following which, Henry Irving, the
celebrated English actor, with his
Lyceum Theatre company from Lon
don, will occupy the boards of the
Columbia for one month.
COUNTY HUlLiHiaih.
Transfers.
27. John Jones to Edward Roes-
tier, paai lot l a, oiock tu, nns, vn
bert & Pitts' add., Moline, $ 2,000.
28. Maver Kosenfield to Mary
Koch, part lot 8, block 10, Old Town
of Rock Island, $1,500. 1
28. A. W. Wilson to J. C.H.Read,
lots 7 and 8, Henderson's add., Mo
line, $600.
Browning & Ryder to J. C H.
Read, lot 1, block 3, Browning & Ry
der's Second add., Sheridan Heights,
Moline, $55.
28 Nathan Gregg by heirs to Jnha
A. Denning, part sej nej 11, 16, 5w,
$75.
Nathan Grejrjr by heirs to llliam
part se swj 32, 1(5. 4w,
1'robatc.
29 Estate of Julia M. Joslin. Or
der authorizing sale of bank stock.
Guardianship of Frank A. Joslin.
Guardian's report tiled and approved.
POUT WROX.
Port Bykox, March 29. Oue of
our market Gardners, Job ShurtlcfT,
disposed of his stock and tools at
auction on Saturday last, Having
rented his house and jrarden to Rob
ert Gooden.
Frank McHoberts is hauling ma
terial for an addition to the house on
the farm which he purchased of W.
H. Lvford last fall.
Miss Wiutcrin gave a chalk talk
in the I ongrcgat ion a I ennren on
Wednesday evening. March 28, in the
interests of the W. C. T. U.
Judging from the numerous loads
of machinery which our dealers are
putting out every day, the farmers
i . - - .
are preparing tor an active season,
and are well aware that Port Byron
is the place to purchase farming im
plements to the best advantage.
8ou.bern txcnraions.
The Burlington," Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will sell round trii
excursion tickets from its principal
points to territory covered by the
Illinois Central and lazoo v .Mississ
ippi Valley railways, in the states of
Mississippi, Tennessee and Louis
iana, excepting Memphis anil New
Orleans, at rate of one fare for the
round trip: tickets to be sold March
18, April. April 10, and May 8, 1893
These tickets will be good for stop
over at all points in the states of
lennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana
excepting at Memphis, lenn., and
will be good for return passage
30 davs from date of sale. tor
rates of fair, time of trains and other
information, call on or address any
ticket ayent of this company or the
undersigned.
J. E. llASWiAX.
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Ire ( uniaur OIHrcrs.
The Twin-Citv Ice company has
held the election of oiliccrs, the fol
lowing being chosen:
President Swan Tropp.
Vice-President 1 1 e n r y E r h o r n .
Secretary and General Manager
George E. Lambert.
Treasurer J, W. Atkinson.
lhe company has made prepara
tions for a big season's business and
as the ice harvest the past winter
was satisfactory in every respect
busy season may be looked for.
Don't Bub off the Enamel
of the teeth with gritty preparat ion
The teeth are too valuable to be tri
lied with. When gone, vou must have
false ones or "gum" yourself through
life. Use Sozodont. which contains
no srit. It cleanses the mouth and
vitalizes the secretions.
New
Designs!
rafgheij ten months.
A troublesome skin disease
caused mo to scratch for ten
months, and lias been
d by a few days' uso ot
IL II. Wolft, Upper Marlboro, Md
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
SuriDg
Slyles!
You can
around the
wont
ment.
find
view furniture all
world, and you
a better assort-
For all Tastes,
For all Conditions,
For all Pocketbooks.
FoiBitoro, Carpsts, Stoves, Etc.
If you promised
remember, we can
the baby a
furnish it.
new carnage,
hlegant As
sortment. A good carriage for little money.
EXTRA
CHARGE.
EASY PAYMENTS NO
OH AS. A. MEOK
Tklkpuonk 421
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
INCORPOKAT3.U CHD5B THB 8TAT UW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
KOOK ISLAND, 1.1..,
Own aatlj frou a.' to p. ca.. &t4 Saturday eveiiicg from 7 w e o'clock.
iv ts r-.T cent interest paid on deposits. Monov loaned on Personal. Co
MITCHELL. fru
iatOTr.l. or Real Fstate Security
omcms:
r C. USNKMASS, Vice-Pres.
J. II. BUFORJ), CaahU-
ioanCrcbaneb. H. P. Ho!l,
Boiord.
P. L. Mltcnell. 5. F. KerDi-ids. If. C. Dcnkmarn.
Phil Mttclieil, L. p'juon, S. W. Eunst, J. M.
jACKson 8. ticssT.oiicu rs.
t.irBegan bnsineEO Julj 8, 1800, and occupy ifce outbeaet corner of Ktcbell A Lyude'e n-
rctld-ng.
CONRAD BCKNEIDSR
DXA r.KK If
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS
feleDoone 1098.
Flour, Etc.
231 Twentieth street.
;W1FT5?E01F8G
I M-as enred sevcial years ap;o of white swellir;;
. i:y leg ly usi:: ST23PTS an' have at' r-:
; aiiitomsof re SsSaSSSf turn cf t,!
. c-. Msny iiromineut hybiciaQS attended me
. -A aH failed, but S. S. S. did t!io -work.
l'Ai i. W. KiRKPATttlCK, Johnsoa City, Tenn.
Tbe Modern Way
Commends itself to the well-formed.
to do pleasantly and effec tually what
was formerly done in the crudest
manner and disagreeably as well. To
cleanse the system and break up
t olds. headaches and feyers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy. Syr
up of Figs.
Treatise on Tlcod and Skin Dis-
sases mailed free.
Swift Specific Co.,
Atlanta, Ga.
second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1 feLlfS :M.
'4 SRV1',.-SS
Kllrrfc .
THE T
filLOR,
1803 Second A-rence.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
iAFOILIO
Bctb Kindt of Ice.
I ti n t lditiou to an abundant sui)ply
of pure channel ice, the Kock Island
t,. ..omi.anv has arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanvl. This ice is manu
ftivennort from artesian
tfotor fin d after Apri 1 the Rock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Kock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artificial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
1 009 . ;
U-aii-rt Ieli)erate.
Tliere was an enthusiastic gather-
;n.r f ilmoerats at lurner hall on
SaUirdav evening, and a thorough
canvass of the situation was made.
Encouraging reports from the differ- j
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 !
235 Wis. Street
MSLWWKEE, WIS.
you:
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U or
Lrufi. KoCO.D. 0;pch'.2- .- S"--
rrl ua above for Cympi- " "rj-'' -r.'. ; -
rr no 1 Kj. tu-.Ntutfiisui ful audi nurn
tKlKI fan oin f r tbo houokercLtnt.
ERFUWE I WJSJ tor ,wo
Hha PtRJ OAVC CO.i f.'-i'-vriufc&wt W'S.
A.. H. HILL. ?XHI . Gr.
Druggist and
Optician Specialist
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street.
CHAS. DANNAGHER.
Proprietoror of the Btady street
All kind of Cat Flower eonrtantly on bucc.
ureen liouces
One block from Central pirk. tbe lar.'ft la Iowa.
Flower Store
3il DrJf street, Davenport, la.
Bstablisbed 160-18!W.
kSTOPPED FREE
. Imarva Persons Restore
i Dr.KLINE S GREAT
NERVE RE8TORFR
I few tBltAIIV & NlRVI DlSBASBS. Only'
curt for Aim j4fcftuns. -'its, h'PV'Psy te
INFALLIBLI if t a ken directed, jfo I tts afer
irst d.ry's us. Treatise tnd $ trial bottle free to
Fit patients, they paying eiress rtareson icjr i
to l)n.KHt.o:i Arh St..lJMld1pr.ta.P
METROPOLITAN
Car. Michifaa a4 MenfM St. CHICAGO.
TMOaouoN ins-rmicTioai. cmu oomi.
S&Uint O.H.P01TESS,Prla
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money bv buying yonr Crockery, Glassware. Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brashes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 aH 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. aiFTSCH'S. 1314 Third Awe,
JOHN GIPSON,
THE FIRST-CLASS
HORSE 8HOER
It now located in hla new chop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
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