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THE AllGtJS, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1893.
LCity Morrell Institutes,
teeatmbnt FOR 'IIB
Xo Soreness of t he Arm,
are is guaranteed if patient will follow instruc
Literature on the subject will be sent on ap-
;.OOaTION OY OFFICES:
s!a,,,l .Hi. Moiin'li. OnvHiiport, Towr,
r,i Block. Post Office B'ock 'iiberniun Building.
We have just received a
fiew shipment of these very
itylish shoes, and we guar
antee the price and quality.
62? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
HEN You Go To
at vou will need is an easv com-
(nrlrjhlR Shoe if vou want to
enjoy the show.
I hit we would recommend you to buy is
pair of our Heavy Sole Walking Boots, a
loe specially adapted for walking purposes,
e carry this shoe in all widths and sizes
e can fit any foot and guarantee comfort.
Tgfc P H?' f fit, Ws
M h M tsfff k
pmi aiail Harrison Sts., Daren port.
1803 Second Avenue.
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C tra izuu.ii.niof to 'rrs nil ii.tvimss suPh.M W:" Mpm.ift
j.ruu,,, i ntnump? iy uir exertion, yoolliful error, or tiMiM
f n .f tobacco, opiim i . i.ttmulancs wLich soon leaa VD""''ifi Vi,
L'. ti.m and li.iunity. 'ut up enliven ionttc carry in et pocket.
tU. urianirfliimlm e me a written rurn( tocw
ttock Island by Ilartz & Ullmeyer, 3d Av nd 20th street
Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
J. S. Gilmore went to Chicago last
night on business.
For rent A saloon and dwelling
in good location. Apply at Fifth
street and Third avenue.
Locksmith Charles Fiebig is home
from a successful business tour
through Iowa and Missouri.
We have just received an elegant
and tine line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
li. G. Preston, of Cleveland, O., is
here on a visit of several weeks to
friends. He had not been here since
The twenty-fourth annual meeting
of the Rook Kiver association of Con
gregational churches is in session at
the First church in Moline.
'She Couldn't Marrv Three"" will
he the attraction at Harper's theatre
next Monday night. It is one of the
best entertainments on the road and
will draw a packed house-.
Grand concert by Iowa State band
at Schuetzen park, Saturday, April
29 and Sunday, April SO, afternoon
and evening. " Cars every five min
utes to the park.
Why do your own baking when you
give a part v or reception? Krell &
Math can make any kind of cake or
pastry to order, ami as they use only
the best material in their bakery,
you are sure to get every thing or
dered of theru of the finest.
This mornaoir at 8 o'cloc k occurred
the wedding of Mr. Edward Collins
and Miss Nellie Purcell, at St. An
thony's tkirch. Father Flannery
performing the ceremony ami cele
brating the event with high mass.
Mr. Collins has for years been con
nected with the iress in this city.
and his hosts of friends will unite in
wikhinr him and his charming bride
many years of happiness. Daven
Fred Kustede went to liook Island
Tuesdav afternoon, where he joined
Rev. Mennicke of that citv, and the
tw proceeded to St. Louis as dele
rates Jo the United States general
svnod of the German Lutheran
c"hurc4i. in session in that city from
Arril "25 to May 7. Mr. Rastede is
delegate from five congregations.
Geneseo, 1'ekin, Peoria, Edford, Kock
Islasd and Moline, the two latter t'
in"- together. The new German
Lutheran minister for Geneseo, Rev.
A. Doerlner, will be installed a week
from next Sundav. Geneseo News.
1. A. It. Kiitertalnment.
The G. A. R. musical and literary
entertainment to be given at G. A. K
hall next Thursday evening prom
ises to be a most on lovable one, and
will doubtless be well patronized.
Admission, 25 cents; children under
12 vears, 15 cents. The proceeds
will le used for benevolent purposes.
Lio-ht refreshments will 1h served at
Ihe close of the following programme:
1 i ;r, m.l vii.ri ta- Mii Knte Kmmi-T.
!! Mule qlliirtpt. Jlni-r. UoJc. Xoftffkir,
8 Soloctlou. .Miw .Ipsi; Hogue.
a Violin olo. Krpd Hollnrtl.
6 -Just llpfore tilts Hatilr." Mioses KraincT
I, -sht-riJairn Iii1f," Rev. K. W Merrcll.
T E IxTiiurt quar'pt
S ".lake SrhiipidiTV Hide " A. W. Brnner.
V Viiiin. solo, MiK Ilu Hurrif.
SO ocul olo, Mrs. Minnie KarkcT.
11 KiTitntion Fred IMllard.
t-t .: mi. I,. Mr. F. W. Merrell.
IS li .no and comet due:. Miss Diicenr.Hli
Kin K. Woodvittt.
34 "Mtircliinii Tliroiieh (ieonzia,'' by andi-
em-e, Mi Kate Kramer, piauoist.
ine Hum of Indm ry.
The hum of industry s growing
louder in North Galveston, Tex. fh
Compo Hoard factory and the Agri
cultural Implement works are neari
completed. The same is true of the
Knitiinir ami Hosiery mills. Wool
Scouring establishment and other
enterprises. . With good markets for
their products, abundance of raw
material and splendid shipping facil
ities, luuniifacturers are easily soiz
in"- upon this new field of profit
Messrs. Kooster & Mart in, 1S15 Sec
ond avenue are the local agents of
the North Galveston association, and
thev will be glad to furnish all par
ticulars. Tin.' home address of the
association is I'.ox '.'03. Minneapolis,
4i- Horse SIkmth.
The Kock Island and Moline Horse
Shoers' Protective association met in
Masonic hall, Moline. on Tuesday
evening and elected the following
President V. Hauber, Rock Isl
and. Vice President C. S. Albertson.
Secretary N. It. Ziegler. Moline.
Treasurer John Gibson, Rock Isl
and. Directors C S. Albertson. J. Mutf
rt. J. G. Smith-
A Dead 8not
riiiht ut the i-oal of dllllcaMy. i accomp'.i?hpd by
the sure and Kteady aim f r- Sage's Calarrli
Ucmedy. lon't fool around witli a pop-gnn, nor
a "Flint-lock." hen thie reliable "Winchester"'
in within reach 1 Dr. Sage's treatmcat of catarrh
ia far nuperior to the ordinary- nl whc ulrec
tiona are reasonably well followed, rceulta In a
.erniauent cure. Don't longer be indifferent to
the verified claims of this unfallinR remedy. 500
le offered, tn C"d faith' for an 'ncarabl ca?e of
catarrh in the head, by its proprietors, the
World's Dicjwnsary Medical Association, Buffalo
K. Y. At all druBHia'a
Bota Kindt of Ice.
In addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice, the Rock Island
Ice companv 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
Port Byron, April 26. Port By
ron has been well supplied with en
tertainments lately, F. S. Dayidson's
comedy company played "Farmer
Hopkins at the opera house on Sat
urday erening, The Kalophon Quar
tette" of Chicago gave a concert in
the M. E. church on Monday even
ing, and Rev. C. H. Taintor, of Chi
cago will deliver a lecture in the
Congregational church on Friday
evening, April 27, descriptive of the
work of the Congregational L-hurcn
Building society's work in the northwest.
Considerable real estate has
changed hands in town this spring.
William Clark sold his property
at the lwer end of town, last week,
to H. Miller, and the Misses Helen
and Eva Casteel sold their house and
lot, on Cherry street, to E. R. Hopkins.
There seems to be a general spirit
of interest in repairs and improve
ments in town this spring. Work
men of all kinds are in good demand.
If any one is idle it is because he has
no inclination to be at work.
Sam Ryler, of Le Claire, shipped
five carloads of cattle and two cars of
hogs from here yesterday, all of
which were ferried over from Iowa
except one cai .
The water is over lhe river road at
Hampton, causing people from the
upper end much inconvenience in go
ing to Moline and Rock Island with
Our veteran expressman, Harvey
Randall, was taken suddenly ill yes
terday, and is still unable to be on
The rainy weather of the past two
weeks has very much delayed farm
VVKit lor tliu ItlR Nliow .
A manager who expends thousands
of dollars in oroer that nothing will
be neglected that might add to the
enjoyment of his patrons certainly
deserves success, and. as a rule, he
ireneralU irets it, if the public would
endeavor to discriminate between re
sponsible companies and those who
possess no stability.
1 here are plenty of good shows.
but, unfortunately, there are hun
dreds which are utterly devoid of
merit. Now, any one can tell at a
glance if they see a magnificent new
store with massive plate glass win
uows. that at necessarily calls tor a
great outlay of money to erect it, and
the stock in such a store is generally
of the finest. The same line of rea
soning to theatrical enterprises; for
instance when you see a show billed
in the lavish and expensive manner
that characterizes '-She touuln t
Marry Three" company you can rest
assured that there is money and
push back of it. The beautiful, ar
tistic pictorial lithographic work, is
the finest and the costliest on the
road. No lithographic firm wouid
attempt that kind of work without
having $10,000 down to insure them
from lftss. This is only one of the
many items of a great show, and the
same good taste which provides this
beautiful printing will neglect no
other department of the show. So
there is not a doubt that the produc
tion of "She Couldn't Marrv Three11
is the biggest show of the season.
A 2:illi3 M i;i Cups.
The word jiDivthyst meaiis not in
toxieated r drunken, lecau:?e the
stone 'vvas supposed to jkjsscss the
virtue of prevent ir.; drunkenness,
leaving the weuivr or thinker not in
toxicated. For this reason it was made into
drinking cups by the ancient Per
sians, hut unfortunately tradition
leaves us in doubt to whether it
was this misplaced confidence or not
that led to the discontinuance of the
amethystine cup. Minerals.
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 and effective lhplid
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 tho Indians.
Latest I'ubtlcntlon In Its Lino, Entitled
"Ufa and Scpnes Among the Klckapoo
Indians" Contain Nearly Two Hun
dred l'ajrea Sent Free to i: very body.
In order to make the
public famUiar with tho
habits, manners, customs,
and history of one of ths
oldest tribes of American
Indians extant, we hare
published at great expense
a large edition of a work
entitled "Lite and Scenes
'Among the Kickapoo la'
dlaus." All their peculiarities traditions,
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 oar
connection with the tribe, how it came
about and i bat lias come from it. The book
is profusely Illustrated and contains nearly
While this edition lasts we will send a
copy fret to all who apply, enclosing three
f-cent stamps to pay cost of postage.
We will guarantee to fill all requests re
ceived within the next two weeks follow
ing the appearance of this advertisement,
but may not be able to do so later. It Is
for your interest, therefore to send at one.
HEAX.T & MICELOW,
(XX Grand Avenue. Kcw Bans, Conn
-WILL SOON BE IN BIG DEM AN D-
WE ARE PREPARED FOR THE RUSH.
-An elegant assortment,
-All sizes and styles,
-At prices to fit the Purse.
Our stock of FURNITURE of every description is complete.
If you are looking for a New Carpet we can furnish it Mo
quette, Brussels, Tapestry or Ingrain, in the latest shades
DON'T FORGET We are headquarters for Baby Carriages the
newest tilings in coainus ami oiitjh-i s, .
money. Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets, Kitchen Furniture, all kinds.
CHAS. A. iWECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
!SF"Uphcl storing of all kinds to order.
feathers rnovat-d m snort, nonce.
Sustain Home industry
Galling" 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, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is boit'ed 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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