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THE AliGrUS, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1893.
The MORRELL CURE for the
IS A PERFECT CURE,
No disagreeable symptoms accompany the
treatment. The patient is greatly improved
in health; the appetite for these habits
passes away quiet y and easily under the
treatment and the patient is allowed to con
tinue his daily work.
Institute i all parts oi tne unueci "uat.
Horn Office. BUF'mD. BLOCK. It c LsUnd, HI.
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.
HEN You Go To
The World's Fair
What you will need is an easy com
fortable Shoe if you want to
enjoy the show.
What 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.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue.
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N .xiSU lin;rnrtivenmnaof elllie:
J. " 1 3r:x. cstomitobw of mbacco. npi:
pnk Memory. Loss of Itrnin lw.rr. J nt'. v iikelnlness.
Km lesions. onroisms!-.i .mi- i
elllieriexcnii!eil iy overexertion, jriicioiuirrron.
""'J'n Rock Island by Hartz & Ullmeyer and Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
umorMImn nntm wiiscn i"a;i i" imirniiiy. n-
i i . ...... i-.. t iMThnv n fitrK.
Vi.v'm.M pre"" With a S order we sjve .1 '"r r,e,"K
i.iKjutner. Aaarex A
Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Build up your strength and ilesh
by using Msnroe's tonic. Sold by
Marshall & Fisher.
We have just received an elegant
and line line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
Conductor Jonn Baker, who ran
into the city over the C. M. & St. P.
so many years and who now resides
with his family in Beloit, is in the
city to-day calling on old friends.
The reserved seats for the Ama
teur Musical club concert for Friday
evening. May 12, can be procured
without extra charge on Wednesday
morning. May 10, -at Marshall &
Fisher's drug store.
A Moline paper says that Bert Cun
ningham and Harry Sage both hare
received offers of positions in the
Southern league at $150 per month.
Both offers were refused on account
of the salary not being high enough.
Parties desiring pleasant rooms dur
ing the World's Fair period can be ac
commodated at Mrs. E. B. Cropper's
house, 138 Garfield boulevard, four
blocks from Washington park, Chica
go for $1.50 per day with breakfast.
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 finest.
T. C. Lewis, that jovial, popular
citizen of Keynolds, has determined
to remove to Hock Island in the fall,
as his many friends here will be re
joiced to hear. Last week Mr. Lewis'
youngest daughter. Miss Bertha, be
came the wife of W. K. Crandall, of
Prophetstown, the ceremony being
performed at Mr. Lewis' home by
Kev. Dr. Taylor, of this city. It
was a beautiful affair, the bridal
couple standing beneath a lovely
tloral arelx, while the words that
made them one were said. Mis
Nellie Bussey, of Lanark, officiated
as organist. After the ceremony a
bounteous wedding feast was spread,
Mr. and Mrs. Crandall being the re
cipients of many lovely tokens of re
gard. Mr. Lewis, ly the way, is now
a grandpa, though he don't look it
by a good many years, a sunbeam of
joy having entered the home of his
other married daughter ftt Bevnolds.
Savctl ly a Hurt Drcnm.
A bad dream was the cause of the al
most miraculous escape of Arthur C.
Neely's family from asphyxiation, which
would have resulted in tho death of at
'.east five persons. The family consists
of the husband, wife, two small children
and a maid. The little ones, contrary
to custom, wore placed in a low lied in
stead of bciuj? put in a hammock. At ion t
midnight the attention of the maid was
called to the children, and after attend
ing to their wants she turned out the gas
but in some way turned the jet again,
letting a stream of gas into the room.
An hour or so later Mrs. JTet-ly awoke
with a start, having leen in touch with
some distorted hobgoblins. She noticed
tho peculiar o-Jor in the room and called
her husband. Every apartment in the
house was full of the fumes. Mrs. Neely
fainted, and it took some time to bring
her to. If tho children had been in their
customary places, they would have sure
ly died in spite of tho timely discovery.
The Railway Zone System.
Official figures just issued of the work
ing of the "zone system" on the railways
of Hungary snow excellent results. The
system was introduced some three years
ago. The country is divided into circles
or zones, witliin which stated fares are
charged, the principle being that the
greater the distance from tho capital tho
less the proportionate rate per mile trav
eled. The system has greatly increased
the amount of travel. For some years
previous to its introduction the number
of travelers averaged 6,000.000 a year.
In the first year of tho zone tariff sys
tem the number rose to 16,000,000, the
second year to 19,000,000, while last year
the number of travelers on the railways
was 28.000,000. The receipts havo in
creased from 0.70.J.OOO guilders during tho
last year of tho old system to 2S.300.000
guilders in 1S92. Chicago Tribune.
Clinnip'lon Jnm; of Seventy Feet.
Loner iumr.i:i;r must be somethiiiji
worth looking :-.t v. V.: n the Triiuiing jump
is some 70 f I v.-:. i h.tt is the sort of
thing they I . . e in Norway, as news from
Ohristiani- teds us. The champion junip
er at the great annual meeting at Stock
holm made a record by covering (Ofec,
and the other competitors all managed to
mmp between 41 and 00. Tins is certain
ly more exciting than our champion jump
of 23 feet and a tew mcUes. l ne JN or-w-oo-i;iTis.
it is true, do not jump as we do.
The jump run is down a hill 200 feet
high, in the middle or wnicn a spring
board is set six feet above the ground,
and it is from this that the jump is taken.
But aided or not that 70 feet flight
fhi-min-h BTiaco is a nortentous feat. The
Norwegian women, too, tuck up their
Bkirts and go at it. Truly a sight for the
6ons of the vikings. bt. James gazette.
How at Faabion YTu Started.
During the reign of George HI tho
Duke of York had a duel with Colonel
Lennox, with the result that tho colonel
succeeded in shooting away one of the
duke's curls. Hence it became the cor
rect thing to wear a curl on one side of
the temple only. We do not know
whether this waa the origin of the cele
brated curl of a deceased prime minis
ter. London Tit-Bits.
World's Columbian Exposition
will be of value to the world by ill
ustrattng the improvements in the
mechanical arts and eminent physic
ians will tell you that the progress
in medicinal agents has been of equal
importance, and as a strengthening
laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in
advance of all others.
5 Chippiannock Cemetery asso
ciation to Conrad Schmidt, lot 667,
block 19, Chippiannock cemetery,
6. Howard Meyers to J. E. Hun
gunia, lot 0, block 15, S. Brigham's
add., Cordova, $500.
J. H. Stafford to M. Sullivan, c4
feet, lot 9, Chamberlain's add., Mo
line. fl. "
J. J. Reimers to J. N. Hutitoon, lot
29, block 4, South Park add., Rock
Island, $ 425.
C. E. Dodge to Henry Treunian,
lots 38, 39 and 40, Dodge's add.,
Rock Island. $1,050.
C. Rnss to G. F. Roth, e lot 2,
block 39, Chicago or Lower add.,
Rock Island, f 1,300..
8 W. B. Graves to Clara May
Graves, part lot 5, block 19, Spencer
& Case's add.. Rock Island, $25.
H. Rundquist to Emma S. Rudd
quist, part lots 7 and 8, block 9,
Woods' third add., Moline, $1.
J. H. C. Read to A. W. Wadsworth
lot 11, block 3, Healy's sub. did., $1,
500. W. A. Ehleb to Henry Tremann,
lot 41, Dodge's add., Rock Island,
David Call to Wm. Atkinson, part
lot 1, block 2, Howard's .second add.,
Rock Island, $925.
6 Albert Smith to Lulu A. Rey
nolds, tract in ej nej 25. 16, 6w, $1.
8 Susan Shrom to A. E. McGinley
undiv. J wj nej 32, 18, le, $954.22.
Mary G. Davenport to Dav. & R. I.
Ry. C, tract by metes and bounds
nej 14, 17, 2w, indefinite tracts in 2,
11 and 14, 17, 2w, $290.10.
6. Estate of Eliza Hamerly. Or
der authorizing county treasurer to
pay over to C. W. Mullen, guardian
of Clyde Herrick, minor, the distri
butive share of his ward in estate of
deceased now in county treasury.
Guardianship of minor heirs of
John G. Mueller. Grder authorizing
guardian to execute a new lease of
Estate of Martha E. Schmidt. In
ventory filed and approved. Proof
of posting and publication filed.
Guardianship of Thomas Doonan.
Guardian's report filed and approved.
8. Guardianship of Frank A. Jos
lin. Order approving loan to A. W.
Wadsworth of $1,000 for three years
at 7 per cent semi-annually, secured
bv mortgage on lot 11. block 3,
Healy's sub-div.. S3, 1, lw.
Estate of Elizabeth Williams.
Will admitted to probate. Bond
tiled and approved. Letters testa
mentary to Theodore Holdorf and
Oir.eiis iiiii'. s.,;:. -rstitions have iNeir
origin i:i the !;'.-; !' suggested to primi
tive man t!:::i the vl-.-ments r.nd every
thing pert::i?.ii:g to creati-.wi had souls
and iuicliij.-e;ie! This belief is found
among the aueient Aryans, the Romans,
the '.-!ts, the Te-it'e.is. the Arabians, the
Chinese, the Ai;u rh.:i Indians and. in
fact, in every nation. That human natm
is the same the world over and at all
times is shown by the analogy existing
between early mythology, the source
from which the superstitions of the pres
ent day are derived. New York Tele
So ti Speak.
Woman is wonderfully made! Such beauty,
grace, dclicncy and purity are alone her poshes
fions. So has the weaknesses, irrecularitic9,
functional derangement, peculiar only to her
fell. To correct these and n store to health, her
wonderful orzanitm leqnires a restorative espec
ially adapted to that purpssc. Such an one is Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription potseseinz cura
tive and regulating- properties t a remarkable
degree. Made for this purpose alcne recom
mended for no other! Continually growing in
favor, and numbering as its staunch friends
thousands of the most intelligent and refined la
dies of the land. A positive guarantee accompa-
ni?s e-ch bottle at jour drugisfs Sold on
Ti) tlie World's Fair,
The Rock Island route offers re
duced rates and choice of eight su
perbly equipped fast express trains
daily in each direction between the
tri-cities and Chicago from now un
til Oct. 31. Ticket's limited for re
turn until Nov. 15.
L. M. Allen.
Gen. Act. Pass. Dt. Davenport.
F. H. PH. MMEK,
Tkt. Agt.. Ko;k Island.
Suffered Nine Years.
Physicians and Specifics Failed.
Klckapoo Indian Sagwa Com
Highland, 111., June 11.
For over nine years I Buffered untold
misery from inflammatory rheumatism,
from which physicians as well as vari
ous specifics afforded no relief.
At last I concluded to give Klckapoo
Indian Sagwa a trial. With less
than three bottles I have been complete
ly cured, and have stayed cured. I keep
the Sagwa In the house all the time, and
I find it a great help to me at various
times when I feel run down, and con
sider it the best tonic in the world.
Mrs. Natale Zimmerman.
KICKAPOO INDIAN SAGWA.
Sola by Druggists, only CI per bottle, BfortS
HIGH GRADE IMPERIAL BICYCLES.
I ay -is the Month.
ECK'S is the Place.
NEVER WERE CHEAPER
Bed Room and Parlor Suits,
Dining Tables, Chairs,
Stands and Hall Trees,
Parlor Tables, Easy Chairs
and Fancy Rockers.
Before you place your Furni ure on the floor see
that it is covered with some of our carpet.
Brussels Carpet. Tapestry Carpet,
Ingrain Carpet, Hemp ami Ragr Carpets
JrJ-THE NEWEST DESIGNS.
JTHE LARGEST ASSORTMENT.
Oil Cloths, Art Squares, Matting, Lace
Curtains, Draperies, Window Shades.
Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators,
The best and most economical made,
A new lot josc received make yonr selection early.
CHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
JfUpholetering of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated on short notice.
Try a bottle of our Furniture Polish none better.
Easy Payments, Easy Payments.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling' for Hock Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible 6k 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 botted 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 MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.
Manufacturers oi FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A foil nd complete line oi Platform and other Spring Wpons, especially aaaptea to U
Westers trade, of npr!or workmanrhto and finish Jlluatrated Price List free oa
application. Bee tbe at OLDiS WAGON before parcbaaing