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THE AldL. SATUKDAT. APKlL 1, 1833.
-nK-rri Villi IT'S
o Soreness or the Arm,
:ure is guaranteed if patient vyill follow instruc-
Literature on the suDject wm pe sent on ap-
LOCATION OP OFFICES:
s'fttid, 111- Moiine, 111. Davenport, Iowe,
''id Block. Post Office Block. dibernian Building
Shoes are stylish
WE HAVE THEM.
HE CREOLE" in tan or black.
Tan Bluchers for Gentlemen.
have just opened a lot of Ladies fine Don
gola Shoes which we place on sale at .
ever 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.
vliil 7 Blnchers Tan
Ua:al with Patent Leath
Trimmings to match
Hsia Leather and Don
la in Boots ani Half
K't?3. And Calf
hese styles are positively the latest.
nd and Harrison StsM Davenport.
""" 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
B. F. DeGEAR,
ntreictor eiricL Biailder,
r carpenter work
. flai and t1af a tot U Ittnda Of tmfldlntg
News ricked lp About the Railroads In.
teresta la the CMty Jotting in Oeneral.
The C, M. & St. P. has given no
tice that after May 1 the freight divi
sion end at Freeport will be abol
ished, the freight division thereafter
being from Savanna to Milwaukee.
As they now run. crews go from Sa
vanna to Freeport, and from there
another goes to Milwaukee. After
the proposed change one crew will go
clear through. The passenger train
service will remain the same, no
change whatever being proposed in 1
that. It will make considerable dif
ference to Freeport in a business
way. it being figured that some 20
families will be taken away from that
ItHilroHdx tire Kicpcnslve.
The C, B & Q. railroad company,
according to the report of the com
missioner of railroads of the United
States, operates 5,324 miles of road.
In addition 1,112 miles of standard
gauge and 169 miles of narrow gauge
road are controlled by this company.
The equipment consists of 750 en
gines, 3SG passenger coaches, 21,962
box and cattle cars and other cars,
making a total of 81,408. The assets
of the company are figured at $236.
"30,C17i49, and the gross earnings in
1S92 amd-ujjtod to 31, 223.750.50.
The operating expend "mounted to
t:tnk4 and IMus.
All the railroad offices are busy
these davs getting out the regular
Superintendent W. (. Hessler of
the C, B. & Q.. was in the city yes
terday and made The Altai's pleas
E. D. Spencer, n representative of
the passengpt1 department of the M.
K. & T. Was in the city yesterday on
Flagmen Mongin and Swain of the
C.; B. & Q have exchanged places,
the latter being now stationed at
A new solid train to come through
here in the evening for the northwest
s one of the probabilities when the
new World's Fair trains are put on
the ltock Island next month.
Operator Stuart of the C. U. I. &
, lias been called to his old home at
Buffalo. N. Y., on account of a death
n his familv. and Operator (iniy of
Moiine is working the tick in his
The work of tilling in the north
side of the Rock Island yards is pro
gressing nicelv. About 75 carloads
per dav "are being put in and it is
thoivhl the number will reach 100
loads in a short time. It is thought
three months will he required to
complete the work.
A in ii hp me nts.
Wilson's minstrel drew a large
andiencc at Harpers theatre last
evenins:. As usual. George in his
inimitable fashion, proved a whole
how in himself. The acrobatic feats.
juggling and other special features
were all much enioveu.
Effie Ellsler appears at the Burtis
at Davenport tonight in her famous
creation of Hazel Kirke," supported
v a particularly strong company
teaded bv C. W. Vouldock. a Dun-
t'harlev (Jardner will present his
, . . . i i i ...
musical eomeuv, raineriaiiu. ai
the Burtis at Davenport tomorrow
for matinee and evening perform
ances. Modjeska, with her own company
of players, will present Shakespeare s
Henrv MU at me minis next
Tuesday and her reputation as the
"reatest artist of the English speak
ing stage is not only established,
but her careful and painstaking pro
ductions have won from the Ameri
can public, a support enjoyed by no
other actress of the present day.
Unlike most stars she does not de
pend upon her own personality, de-lio-htful
as it is, but she carries with
her to eyery place of exhibition the
fullest complement of stage equipment.
At the Grace Lutheran, (corner
Forty-fourth street and Seventh ave
nue)Rev. G. E. Shuey, pastor. Morn
ing subject: "Victory Through
Christ Over Death and the Grave."
Evening: 'Christ's People Imitators
At the Christian, services, at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by
the pastor, Rev. T. W Grafton.
Morning subject, "What the Disci
ples Believe and Practice." "The
Sepulchre in the Gorden." Young
People's Society of Christian Endeav
or at 6:30 p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian,
services morning and evening. preach
ing by the pastor. Rev. John H Kerr,
Morning subject: "The Resurrec
tion of Jesus Christ, an Historical
Fact;" evening, "The Object of the
Resurrection," Sunday school at
11:45 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45
At the Broadway Presbyterian, Rev.
W. S. Marquis, pastor, will preach
at 10:45 a. m. on "The Resurrection
of the Dead," and at 7:30 p. m. on
"The State of the Soul After Death-"
Sunday school at 1:10 a.m. Young
people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.- South
Park Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
At the First Methodist, at 10:45 a.
m. there will be a special Easter pro
gramme. In the evening, after a
prelude by Rev. F. W. Merrell. on
"A Pulilii" Hospital," there will be
an Easter address by Mr. E. D. Swee
Zi;, Appropriate' music will be
given. Sunday school ht , Di30 a. m.
Young people's meeting tit 6:30.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, the Easter day services
will include celebration at 6 a. m. ;
matins and celebration at 10 a.m.;
even song for Sunday schools at 3 p.
m. Even song and sermon at 7:30 p.
m. Easter Monday services at 9 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. The annual par
ish meeting occurs Monday evening.
At the United Presbyterian, preach-
in- at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor, Key.
lire Marshall. William Jackson,
Eso.. will speak on "The Resurrec
tion From a Lawyer's Standpoint."
Knmlfiv school at "9:30 a. m. This is
Rallv Dav for the Sunday school and
each scholar present w ill be given a
beautiful Easter card, loung i eo
pie's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching
by the pastor. Rev. Dr. C. E. Taylor,
Ph. D. Subject for morning: "A
Far More Exceeding Glory," an Eas
ter lesson: evening: The Choice of
a Husband," the second talk on fami
lv life. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m..
C. L. Williams, superintendent
Young people's meeting at 6:30 p
m. Topic, "The Use of Scripture.'
Leader, Mrs. C. E. Taylor. Sunday
school at the Forty-fourth street
chapel at 3 p.m., F. M. Siunet, su
perintendent. Gospel services in the
eveninr at 7:30. conducted bv the
Thereby i anga a Tale.
"And to. from hour to hour, we ripe and ripe,
And then, from hoar to ho ir, we to: un 1 rot.
Aui Iheieby hangs a tale."
And truly, '".is a la'e of woe," of one wfco had
u catanh in the head for many years, and who
rea ly had been "rotling" from hour to hour, un
til Ir. Safe's Catarrh KemeJy came to his no
tice. He used it t firtt with slight si-;ns of re
lief, but he persisted until a pennant nt cure was
effected, and th world was again pleasant to
Mve i j. From hi a awful suffering he was set free
by the expenditure of a few dollars in that incom
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Tin Earn of Indui ry.
The hum of industry is growing
louder in North Galveston, Tex. The
Compo Board factory and the Agri
cultural Implement works are nearly
completed. 1 he same is true oi me
Knitting and Hosiery mills. Wool
Scouring establishment and other
enterprises. With good markets for
their products, aounuance oi ran
material and splendid shipping facil
ities, manufacturers are easily seiz
ing upon this new held of protit.
Messrs. Koester & Martin. 1K15 Sec
ond avenue are the local agents of
the North Galveston association, and
thev will be glad to furnish all par
ticulars. The home address of the
association is Box 963. Minneapolis.
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
unnleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy. Syr
up of rigs.
Order Tour Ice of Cpsne.
Rock Island, Jan., 31. This is to
notify the public that I have cut a
good supply of good, pure ice and
that I am not in any combination.
I am now ready to make contracts
tnr- ti fnmino- season and would re
spectfully solicit a reasonable share
William T. Spence.
408 Fort -second Street.
fO .7 )-; o 7'7 ti rig th e
cn'ii i sy. ion, eliminating
ail I'oi.u:.s from tJie Blood,
whether of scrofulous or
?nularial criji:, ihis prep
aration i:.:s ::o equal.
-"r rv;.V:' vicnths I hatf an .
eating s.r? c;i v:y tongue. J xtas
ir;,i;.i ty tvsf loittl fkystcicn:,
lui c.'laiue.t rclU'f; 'he srrc
tool- S. S. V., tk was cn!:n ty
cured aijr tiszng a f.-w fijttes.
C. IV. McLf.mope,
llcndcrson, J 'ex.
TREATISE on Blood and Skin
Diseases mailed free.
Tim Swift specific Co,
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 Madcf Best Material
of any manufactured in this country.
Gerts, Lumbard & Co.,
st':t.tM is CHICAGO
Made fro -n am-old photo, executed in the most
artUllc workmanship it
view furniture all
world, and you
a better assort-
Farniture, 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- HO bxcAge
OHAS. A. MEOK
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's Jill 10.
HEKT WHY ARE TQrj
iASE YOU TRIED DRUGS AND FAILED TS FIHD & SURE?
t SA : IT ! bt &
trin I to cod-
tr exposure, jou may
yonr j?ytem the ele-
way. a'hiniHour plan t
Our tIM naffft
tortibtiRt neaitli ;jid
FROMrR'ODS DE'LITY OlMINAL Wf.AIv
Lost Manhood. Phz' '.-;ati5M. Lame.
tbe eflectn of abuses. eicpsse v:r r. v at -2 r' v r . r
havearelief nl cure in tuir mnrvtloup irv t:tv v. i.i. h
vineft the most tkeitt icn.1. In vnur icnoranct t el:- r rv t
haveunduly dmiued your system oi nerve icccar.tj v:t::i y IsicU
thus cusetl your weakness or lark of f-r-:
mems tnus orainea. WLirn are reu:reu u r s
a ana neaun, wireupT o ana vieor win tii;ow hi
a find treatment- and we sruurantee a cure Oi iri
3 book Three- C'laes of ileii-" tti..
nerd ana OKI mnc. tent seniea, ii eo.
M-ctnc uelt nv experiment.
as wc hare reatorfxi th'iistsnd
viiror. after h! otlier tteaiments tiiiieii. as old bo htwn b
bund reds of cases throughout this State, who would phiUlv tcr if y. ai-d IroUi niucy ci thiune bave
Mxong letters beariufc testimony to thetr recovery after us:nc our t3cl!
tu hible Pnotograph;c stabWauoent over
Cabe'a atifavtion uaraoteed
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
has exclusive fm'e of
tbe greatest vegetable compound which la recog
nised by all laoiea ho have tested its merits .aa
the roo't practical, acttntifl-: acd reliable remedy
of the age. To those who wish
remedy same win be fnrnished at $1.0 per box.
Call at otTce, room lB.Dittoe Block, earner
Third and Brady. DavaDpert.
WE HAVE CURED THESE WE CAN CURE
KEKVOCS DEBILITY AXI WEAKNESS.
GA?n Kinris, Iich..Tl3vembprlst. 1S95.
Tnt, A. T. &AKDE.H. l-ar Sir ; In reply J our intr
favor, have to wiy that I think vourltr. sandrn Electric
licit one f the preat-est itiTem ion-' ff the nineteenth
relitu! v. and consider it a nioT powerful acent for srod
Dimmer the many aniited on thiseorth. and 1 know that
tnrouirh me several of yonr belts have lieeo sold, to tbe
parties (Treat eft satinfacticn. A8 to myneif I m a well
man tolay from wearing one of vour electric belt-, and
am thirty pounds heavier than before U"iug iU 1 cheer,
fully and truthful iv rccomncnd your lelt.
U. K. WIUK. 30 rshawiuut Avenue.
MaTAtni, WK, Anjrn!t "th. 1S92.
Pn, A. T. Faitivkn, Dear Sir Tlie Ewciric belt 1 re
ceived from you last April ha.doneail it iF nn-ommenUed
to do. lean pay it lias done more for nic than all the
medicine 1 have taken in three yenn. The time I ,rit
the belt I vrcs in a bad condition. mifTcrin prcai iy from
a 'neral debility, nervouMieo. Ac- and my ruoKi w n? in
T-ery Itoor eondttion- I weiirbed at the time 1 (rot the
b-lt 14r. ponndH, but t present wrttinc my weieiit is lf.M.
X rcjnr.ilm-ndyour belt h all. S IKH1.T ELL?z: Mu-hinpSt.
nioaiiTi'MMXni;' v i-. i: i rs.rr co.
J'..:.S!-t ;l, i:;.. Oct. I.
Dn. A. T. f Amine, Ter Sir Tlx (undesi Ki.- irir Belt
wh i h 1 purchased of you tTiiy-u . ;nrn nrKcltomy
Ki'TIRK bATlsricnos, and I t;ifc' ineasnre it: rNon
mendinfr it to any of mv fncr. 1.- v fio iir-.- nfTt- li-d hfc
ajlmenu for tbe cure of hi.-h t h- if :s t- i'ii:M'ml.-t,
Yourt very truly, WIS. Ha?.:a. Fm ,l i-,r
LAKE BACK, KIIEY IlSEA-r., AC
(X1.M5 -,, Ortcnrrir. 'it
Dr. A. T. Saitpiw. IVar Sir :- 7 i. t- r - i- nf v ;i i
have used the Banden Electric t.-lr for h.:i-1 and
kidney trouble, and pay to th-e wlYli.-itti tb:n I hnve
received a comrletecure. I n'.- ,-.-m.. in. mtut
them- Youi-s, &c, jAMtS MILLS ui.d J
I!Et01IMEMS THE KELT TO ALi.
K vA1" CTTT. Katpas. O-tcticr S ith. 132.
IV. A. T. Sakuex. IWr Sir.- Viuf -!' h n.st .(at
hniul, ami 1 ttiii ay in reply tl.ar 3 "..I -r lu amien
Klectnc relt has (riven pood tau -l :i.n .ui clones
me a wonderful pood. From cow en 1 -h. I nso i&
every d:iy, and know it will brinp i:c v-: a . t. I
have"piv'n your b-'lt a pood rv.-onitr.c;.U i .-'-:iil utm.
liopuur you i'l sell nianv nior.", 1 mil. ' ir- t":i-
E. s. tot'Eiaty. Locx B2 ii.'., s. J. Station.
THE DR. JSANDEN ELECTRIC BELT
It r. cDir.nlete tratronlc hnfterr. mnde Into a belt no as to be easily wora rturin wirk it n.t. arvl It
tT!vc r.i'ithiniT. pr Itmel enrreuTs which are ii)!Utiitiy leh thrvuiinit tail weak rri. v - wv :ir:'eit
?-.CJftO. It has an Improved Fleet rie Supeurory thereateiit l rxn fvir ptvi-n k t? ni.ynl
v.- warrant it t cure nnv of The aMve weaknesses, and loeulanre phrnrken lin . or r Money
tlflandpfl. Th.-v are irrnded in utreneth meet all ft:iet tf weakness in 5i;i. . ninJ(:rtfccorold
xncXA. and will cure the worst cane; in two or three months'. Address tur full iiilormatioii.
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO., 169 La Salic St.y CHICAGO- ILL.
ta now kiested In his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
iSnUgbt shoea a pecialty.
ppoelte Old etui.
Propiietoror of tta Brady (treat
&i kinds of nt Plowera conataiitlv cm han i
One block from Central ptrk. the larseft la lows.
Silt Bra-1- wire.?
. Havuyorv, la.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPFST.
Save money by buying yonr Crockery, Glassware. Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 and 10 Cents Store.
UI13. O. ZXISeCZrS. 1814 Third Ave.