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THE AllGUS, WEDNESDAY, APHIL, 20, 1893.
fo Bay That New Carpet.
Lo the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In-
grains ana .uaiuug m mice cmcs.
, , mi Suites and Parlor Suites? We are head-
- ,r tin'-"' gx'ds. We are showing a very lino line of
''r,l..,vsr Un our line of CllENIhLK CUUTA1XS
. !.,.., !, tt-r. aii'l ln"t f r 1 1 to see our
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ro " B- . - -".--:rQt5j
A .C0Mr-L.Tfc bTHtTHCR fttLDLO,
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.1 Hiily !?.'. iX can lie used as a fjuilting frame
V. S. HOLBROOK,
10.".. 10.", 107 E. Second Stre-t. DAVENPDKT, IA.
We have just received a
new shipment of these very
stylish shoes, and we guar
antee the price and quality.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House. Q
rHEN You Go To
hat vou will need is an easv com
fortable Shoe if you want to
enjoy the show.
u hit we would recommend you to buy is
a pair of our Heavy Sole Walking Boots, a
shoe specially adapted for walking purposes.
We carry this shoe in all widths and sizes.
We can fit any foot and guarantee comfort.
pcomi and Harrison Sis., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue;
Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Chas. Mellngh avid wife leaTe this
evening for Chicago on a few days'
Wanted A good girl for general
nonse work. Apply at 1132 Third
W. C. Antwerp, of Kacine, is in the
city spending a few davs with
rrcsh black bass and bull frogs
legs e.t II. Smvthe's. 1819 Second ave
nue. Telephone 1U17.
torrent A saloon and dwelling
in good location. Apply at Fifth
street and Third avenue.
We have just received an elegant
and line line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
Magnes Iluber, residing on Moline
avenue, returned the pocketbook to
tne akiu's that was lost hy Mrs. A.
Pleasant to take, absolutely pure,
not a harmful ingredient in Monroe's
Tonic. Doctors prescribe it try it.
Marshall .V Fisher.
Not forced into nctivity one day,
to sink hark in a worse" state the
next : by using Monroe's Tonic, the
benefit "is lasting. Try it Marshall
Jacob HoesH, who for some time
past has conducted the St. James ho
tel, has made arrangements to re
open the I'nion house on Twentieth
street on May 1.
Signal service: The rain wil
cease and the rainbow will appear in
the entertainment at the Central
Presbyterian church next Thursday
evening. No charge for admission".
Prof, (ieorge K. (Jritlith, of this
city, will give a concert at the First
M. K. church, Davenport, this even
ing, in which the children of the Sol
diers' Orphans' home will partici
pate. Wanted at once A few good men
or women to take orders at Hock Isl
and. Moline and Davenport. Salary
or commission. Mrs. Phillips' board"
ing house, 22'. Sixteenth street. Call
X to 10 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.
Why do your own baking when you
give a party or reception? Krell &
Math can make any kind of cake or
pastry to order, and as they use only
the best material in their bakery,
you are sure to get every thing or
dered of them of the attest.
The Twin City Columbian commit
tee meets tonight at thw rooms of the
Moline Business Men's association.
A de-ire to at once determine upon
the best possible disposition of this
project cxaets the attendance of the
members, together with the endorser
of the Columbian note.
A horse belonging to the painting
and wall paper house of Schmeil.
Paridoti & Sou. created a little excite
ment on Twentieth street this morn
ing by "attempting to get away from
its driver. At Second avenue and
Fifteenth street the horse made a
leap audthc driver lost partial con
trol, and at St. Joseph s church the
uiinial mounted the steps ami at
tempted to enter the door, but the
Iriver held to the reins and linvuly
juictcd the horse.
; A. IS. l.ii tcrt amnion t.
The (i. A. II. musical and literary
entertainment to be given at (J. A. li.
lall next Thursday evening prom
ises to ne a most enjoyaoic one. ana
will doubtless be well patronized.
Admission. 2-r cents: children under
ll' years. 15 rents. The proceeds
will be used for benevolent purposes.
Light refreshments will be served at
the close of t he following programme:
1 f.nind Manh. Minn Kate Kramer.
2 Mule quartet. Messrs. Dojge. oftskir,
SelM'tlon. Miss Jeesie Vogue.
Violin solo, Krert I'oll ird.
-.Inst He fori- the Hnttlr," Mipss Kramer
sheriilau's Ii ie," I!ev. F. W Merrell.
.lake Schneider's Ride." A. W. Bniner.
Vuii" solo. Miss bulu Urris.
Voeal Mild, Mrs. Minnie Barker.
Kecitnthm Fred I'.illard.
Yncil boIii, Mrs. F. W. Merrell.
I'iitim and cornet due'. Miss Peiscurotli
and F. Woodvutt.
"Murrliinc Throttch Georgia." by audi
ence. Miss Kate Kramer, piauoist.
BotS Kindt of Ics.
In addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice, the Hock Island
lee company lias arranged io supply
the trade with artiticial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu
factured in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Kock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Hock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artiticial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
What IVrlnkJe Slfjiiifjr.
Wrinkled foruhoiuLs in children bo-
ni-aTi iisnimtioii. rickets or idiocy.
Vertical Avrinkles of the brow come
earlv to men who uo much brain
-vt- Arr lied and crossmg vvrmklea
alKut the lower middle of the fore-
Lead betoken physical or mental suf
Fine close meshed yvrinkles
which cover the face, sign of ago
and decrepitude, are caused by loss
r.r.mrtilrt nervous force and dro
Tirevented by hot bathing, friction
anu eiecxruuy. nuama vuusuiu-tion.
A De Shot
riphta'. the Boatof dinicalty. is accomplished by
the sure and steady :m of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Kemedy. Don't fool around with a pop-gun, nor
a "Flint-lock, wnen mis rcnauic - incueter
is within reach! Dr. Sage's treatmeat of catarrh
Is far superior to the ordinary, and when direc
tions are reasonably well followed, results in a
permanent cure. Don't longer be indifferent to
the verified claims of this unfailing remedy. f500
Is offered, in eood faith, for an incurable case of
catarrh in the head, by its proprietors, the
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo
N. T. At all drusgis's,
April 25 A. II. Rhodes to J. C. II.
Head, lot 3. Terrace add., Moline, $1.
A. W. VTadsworth to C. P. Hvder,
lot 8, block F, Edgewood Tark add.,
Hock Island, $1,700.
Schreiner & Roth Bros, to David
Cramer, lots 4$ and 49, Screiner &
Roth Bros1. Cottage Grove add.,
.South Hock Island, $200.
Lavilla L. Shaw to D. Zimmerman,
lot 4, block 3, lots 5, C, 7, 8, 10, 11
and 12, block 7, lots 10, 11 and 12,
block 9, lots 1 and 2, block 10, and
lot 12, block 17, Old Town of Cor
Anna B. Johnston to 1). Zimmer
man, lots C, 7, 8, 9 and 10. block 16,
Marshall's add., Cordova, $1.50.
Ij. I. Hanes by heirs to Carl B.
Noderstrom, lot 12, W. A. Xourse's
add., Moline, 1.
John Anderson to Haul F. Fressel,
part lot 10, block P. Moline Water
Power Co's. add., Moline, $1,050.
John C. King to M. K. Thompson,
part lot -1. block 23, Old Town of Mo
Leonard I. llaues by heirs to C. K.
Soderstrom lot 12, V. A. Xourse's
add., Moline. $175.
Emily Whitehead to C. E. Soder
strom, " lot 1 2. W. A. Xourse's add.,
25 W. C. Pearsall to H. E. Pearsall
wj ne swl 19. 19, 2e, $15).
25 Estate of Daniel E. Wheelock.
Will ami codicil admitted to pro
bate. Estate of John Carr. Willow's re
linpiislinieut and selection iiled.
Final report of administratrix filled
and approved and estate closed.
Couldn't M:irry Three."
Cornwall is the county of England
beloved by painters. It is deserved
ly so, for surely there is nothing
more lovely on this earth than the
rugged cliffs, purple and brown with
an edging of emerald green, running
down to the deep, glorious blue of
the English channel that sweeps dis-
turbedlv between that coast and
France. The rocks are ragged and
jaggeu into all sorts of fantastic
shapes, and seem to be waging war
constantly upon the snow-capped
breakers that dash upon their sharp
teetli relentlessly ami unceasingly.
Back from the cliffs extend moors
bright with gorse and heather as the
seasons change. The dwellings of
the people, lisherman and cottager
alike, are as picturesaue as the
country. 1 he women tot), like their
sters of neighboring Deron, are re-
nowned for their beautv. From this
place and people the plot of "She
Couldn't Marry Three, a new comedy-drama
in which Miss Lillian
Kennedy is to appear at Harper's
theatre next Monday evening, lias
been taken. The play is said to be
redolent of the salt sea-air and every
bit as refreshing as it. Miss Ken
nedy takes the part of a young Cor
nish lisher-maiden, and plavs it with
a delicious grace and spright'iness.
An Intermission For F.usiiiess.
A mother tells the following story
on her two young children. At the
time she was not at home, and the
nurse, in order to insure a peaceful
retirement of the tots, allowed them
to take a small lunch to their room.
They knelt down, as is their nightly
custom, and all was still, as became
the solemnity of the occasion, when
one of the curly heads was raised,
and a startling announcement was
"Mr. Lord, please 'scuse me a min
ute, Kit's takin a bite of my pickle."
Alter a short but decisive engage
ment devotions were resumed. Cin
of medicinal agents is gradually rel
egating the old time herbs, pills,
draughts and vegetable extracts to
the rear and bringing into general
use the pleasant ami effective liquid
laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the
true remedy see that it is manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only. For sale by all leading
A Thrilling Book, To Any
Reader Of This Paper.
Tells All About the Indians.
lAtest rnbllcatlon In Its Line, Entitled
"Lire and Scenes Among the KIckapoo
Indians" Contains Nearly Two Hun
dred J'affes Sent Fre to Everybody.
In order to make the
public familiar -with, the
habits, manners, ens to ma,
and history of one of the
oldest tribes of American
Indians extant, -we hare
published at great expense
a large edition of a work
entitled "Life and Scenes
Among; the Kickapoo In-
flians." All their peculiarities tradition
habits. In fact, their -whole life and cus
toms are told in a manner which will
interest the reader and hold attention
to the end. The book also explains our
connection with the tribe, how it came
about and what has come from it. The book
Is profusely illustrated and contains nearly
While this edition lasts we will send
copy frt to all who apply, enclosing three
S-cent stamps to pay cost of postage.
We will guarantee to fill all requests re
ceived within the next two weeks f oUow
lng the appearance of this advertisement,
bnt may not be able to do so later. It la
for your interest, therefore to send at
KtX Grand Avenue. Kcw Haven
-WILL SOON HE IN BIG DEM AN D-
WE ARE PREPARED FOR THE RUSH
-An elegant assortment,
-All sizes and styles.
-At prices to fit the Purse.
EASY PAYMENTS- N0 EXA
Our stoek of FUKNITl'KE of every deseription is eomplete.
If yon are looking for a New Carpet we can furnish it M
(piette, Brussels, Tapestry or Ingrain, in the latent shades
DON'T FOK(JET We are headquarters for Baby Carriages the
newest things in Coaches and Sleepers, a good carriage for little
money. Dinner. Tea and Toilet Sets. Kitchen Furniture, all kinds.
CHAS. A. iWECK,
322 Brady ;treet, Davenport, Iowa.
rfUphnl8;eririp; o all kinds to order.
Ptathwrs jet ovatrd on short notice.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling- for Rock Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
Bock Beer, the Best Made.
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
The Furniture establishment of
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
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