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THE AKGUS, TIIUKSDAY. .AAY 18, 1893.
Xhe Morrell Cure for the
IS A PERFECT CURE.
o disagreeable symptoms accompany the
nvutment. The patient is greatly improved
iii 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.
,V; - ri-.i-'i.f conlidentinl.
. .- . v ; ; nVi pir:s of th ' '! j l t
Horn- Office. BUrV'v'O KLJ JK. II .c i iMwd, 111.
50 PER GENT OFF.
We have several lots of Ladies' fine Oxfords
carried over from last season, mostly in A,
B and C, widths nearly all sizes, and we shall
Cut the price in tvvo. Be sure and
be fitted before they are all gone.
visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS.
BV jffc, JTt V. W V. K M 91
1(2 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Of Shoes is quite the Queen.
It fits so nice.
Is low of Price,
Anil Pleases soon :is seen.
It has no lace.
To slip from luc.
To tsuijrle or untie:
No buttons there
Fills souls with cure.
To drop off by ami by:
I'nto the sijrht.
'Tis novel quite.
Yet never fails to please.
Little money buys
This dainty prize.
Which can't be beat far ea-t.
That to secure
This comfort for your Sole
You onlv can at the
few If - a 1
- 'Titf-Jiaj rimiTiir munwi "" -' ' ,r1'-'
Swoml and Harrison Sts., Dai enport.
1803 Second Avemit.
Ico cream at Krell & Math's.
Wall paper cleaned by J. D.
Mean's, 1215, Third avenue."
J. M. Walker, of Hillsdale, was a
caller at the A kg i s ofliee today.
Noxall is here. Monroe's tonic
N'oxall weakness; trv it. Marshall &
We have just received an elegant
and fine line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
tirand opening lunch Saturday
evening, at 14. Set-burner's saloon.
Tenth street and Third avenue.
Cheap lots for sale in South Hock
Islam!, on easy payments, taxes low,
location hcaitdv. lnuuircof m. M.
i't Don's in Pai-
f, VrJ ""v-O i-i" 'i a Vrn Muniorv. !,.( of tlrnin rv.r . j
V i '. Kii '" i Uwt Unt(ti.-4.a.Mi-lt!y Kmttin. XTvoun.-.j .-.:
T As N in 4oiM.r-..ti vaoren fettU.-r ean-.l hjr w v.n
' sit ,,,,...!..,. li'i- i ' tohncc". opium or sltmulnnt. w liu I
ria-iLb rZc ih.v nmil lnp,.Hl. With a .inter weelvrn wrj'"
. ;V9Siit, ...ii.hu i l.r mniif v. "lr.-iili r f we. Mini In-mi ;.-.:
s : ' hi Uocklilan:! by Hartz & Ullmeyer and Marshall & Fi
. ..m-.f-rj.il rniMj. cuar
.1 If nin nil -r,nil ui!-
: -.p. Wn.lt.-f utmm
! I'll Iiih f Mwer
. m:1 Ut'nt t-T-r.F-..
'-ei . i Inarniliv.t n
:M J", t. .-. CJ fori1-..
n tr'Ji.t'ssrl.m to e.ire
-. jU liirlt, t:iK3
Ieii:y!'.', (U1L ACio. IU-
muvei! to N'o.
one dour west
Andrew Dexter and Mi.-s "ra-t
Derhue. of South Ho.-k Island, wen
ia th.e holv bonds of matrimo-
lii at his ollice v-s-
n v Iv ,i ul ice W
ire'l iV Math now have oi
handsomest soda fountains iti
three cities. It is :;rti.lically
siirm u and of t lie nio-t inodcrii
raiiirenii :its in all respects.
The next state con veil t ion if t he Y.
M. '. A. will be held at Klirin sonic
t inie d 111 'hil; ( )e(ober. It is expected
that prominent represent ati i -s d
foreign asMudat ions will be present.
Currier's Kuropean hotel. Chi'au-o,
(fiirincrly the St. Charles) has l.V.I
newly lit ted rooms. (S-ntral loca
tion. No advance during the fair.
It will ':.v to enjjae in advance. 1
jicr day. Currier & Jiidd. proprie
tors. U and 17 South Clark street,
An exchange remarks that when a
man is through with his day's work
and is sit t i nj; down and rcT-tin-; in his
home, he cannot read the advertise
ments on the fences, and the hand
bills and circulars that were left on
the doorstep have been blown away
or have been destroyed. lie calls
for the paper, and there he tinds the
merchant's announcement and noth
ing to bother his mind. He reads it
carefully and calls his wife's atten
tion to it. and they decide to o to
the merchant's store, and examine
what is advertised. How important
it is then that your name can be
found, the kind of business you are
eiijai;ed in. and the bargains you
have to offer in its columns.
A Singula- Coinci.lcnrp.
"I am not a, fatalist," said T. Davit t
Jler.fijiip. '-but occasionally I run across
tliiners that --inKx.le a jrrcat deal. Not
Ion;: ::;;o Dr. Toia IL-witt if Lead-iille,
Colo., die-l. lewitt v.-.s soiiic-R-hat of
li fat.-.li- t ;:;:u believe d in a sre-.t many
thin,.-,---that I didn't. Oniei-.s sunt har
bingers of evil lie Wiir- -miich triven to be
lieve in. You have undoubtedly hoard
ston-s peojile dvi:i;r ;uil the clock
f-to)iin at the si:me t hue. or some nu
merical .if iis face poj 'I'in.:; out. Hew
itt had a si-rn ii his ofiice window in Lis
residence -which road. "Dr. Tom Hewitt.
It was composed of 11 white letters
pined i.o the pane. Hewitt took sick
about 1 mouths since. A few days
after Lis illness I Tuuiced that one of the
white letters had dropped off and was
pono. The illness of the doctor caused
the family to forp-t most everything
else, and so the letter was not replaced.
"A month later Hewitt was still sick,
and I noticed a second letter was pone.
He lingered al.Tip. Tip and aronnd now,
and then sick apaiu. for a period.. Mean
time the white letters were not replaced.
Month after month -went by, and every
succeeding month saw a letter disappear.
Hewitt noticed it, anil thru he would
not allow them to be replaced. After
over in months of sickness, and when 10
of the letters had disapeared Dr. Tom
pot an extra severe spell of illness and
died. The morning after his death I
visited the house and noticed as I passed
in that the last letter was gone." St.
Louis G lobe-Democrat.
A "lever I'.irnit.
F. X. Zeipler of Columbus, Pa., has a
parrot named Dick that is considered
one of the family and is perhaps one of
the most intelligent birds of its sjiecies
in the world. Dick always takes a hand
in household matters. If Mr. Zeigler's
son does not pet up in tho morning at
the usual hour to go to tho office, the
parrot will say to the girl, "Call Clem,"
and he will insist on his command being
obeyed. I recalled on one occasion when
the family was earm stly discussing some
local event Dick broke in as follows:
Papa, do you. love mamma?"' "Y'es, of
course I do," replied Mr. Zeigler, when
the p:irrot blurted out, "Oh, you old
fraud:" New York Telegram.
Hock Island county's honorary
scholarship in the university of Illi
nois is open to be tilled next year.
A compctative examination for this
scholarship will he held at my ofliee
in the city of Hock Island on the
second Friday and Saturday in June.
Persons desiring to take this exami
nation should notify me in advance.
Verv trulv vours,
April 20, 1X9;5. C. H. Makshall,
County Supt. Schools.
Nu Xlelerence to Aliusiuti.
She You are always sneering at wom
iu who talk too much. Are you hitting
He Not at all. There are iots of
.-omr:i besides you who talk too much.
.-Texas, Sif tins.
Distance Lends Enchantment.
Maud had a line figure, pood face
and pretty name. One should see
her at a distance. When she began
to talk, you realized that she never
use Sozodont. Her breath was un
like the breezes of Araby the blest.
COUNT V ltllLDIXGS.
Ti ana Tent.
16 C. F. Hemenway to Alfred
Lundeen. lot 9, block K, Prospect
park, Moline, $225.
Henry Morris to Max Kohn, part
lot 4, block 3, Thompson & Wells'
add.. Rock Island, $1,400.
Koth & Donaldson to Henry Morris
part lot 5. block 3, Thompson &
Wells' add., Rock Island, $1,400.
17 J. E. Hujninin to N. J.Hurrun-
in, lot J, block 15, S. Brijjham's add.,
A. W. Wadsworth to S. F. Odell,
lots 11 and 12. block 3. Browning &
Ryder's second add., Moline. $55').
A. W. Wadsworth to R. M. Odell.
lots y and 1", block 3. Browning x:
Ryder's Second add., Ioline, $550.
Moline Furniture company to Mo
line Water Power oompanv, part nej
31, 1. lw. $1.
Hi ( F. Hcmenwav to T. B. Nod-
en, tract by motes and bounds, nw
mv 4, 17. lw. $1,21.).
17 William Grogi; by heirs to John
Manner, e.1 lot 1, se j li. l(i. lw.$135.
Mav 15. Conservatorship of A. J.
Hill. Order closing conservator-hip
an. I i!isejiare;i:iir conservator.
I.ieenseil to Weil.
15 August Vincent. F.mtna Vus-
sor. Hock Island.
If, i..s. F. Neiilield. Marv A. Nold,
17 d.ewis slmh. Mii'ine. Vidoria
Andrew Dexter. Grace Derhue,
Sunt !i Hock Island.
IIIGII GRADE IMPERIAL BICYCLES-
ay is the Month. iftr
ECK'S is the Place.
leei.lr.lly l .at.
Our Irish Visitors." Mark Mur
hv's "O'Dowd's Neighbors." under
anot her name, was presented at Har-
M-r s theatre last evening to a tair
siz.'il auilience. tIowls eigli
bors" without Mark Murphy would
be about the same as Hamlet with
Hamlet left out. and indeed that was
tbout the size of last night's enter
tainment. A company of barn storm-
ers tilled the piece. Murray x-Mack.
who essayed the leading roles, have
some good business that is worthy of
mention, but both are utterly devoid
of anything akin to Iri-h dialect.
which makes their entertainment de
World's Fair Kates.
The Burlington route (C, 15. v (.
H. H.) will well round trip tickets
from Hock I-land to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 31.
Iy3. inclusive, at $; final limit for
return November 15. ISU;?. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on or be
fore linal limit. Children of live
years and under 12 years of age half
of above rates.
H."1. Mack. Div. Pass. Air!..
Hock Island. III.
M. J. Yoi N.;. Airt., Hock Island.
a party of Irieii.-s ;:i i r.v oi' i
thr. -a the hotel s. " y or two a.o. ( ;v
of the ' rangv rs v.-rs deejily i.-in-resscd
with t'.:e ilogynco ;r.id cosili!ies.-; of V.;.;
dcco:v.tio:r; and furniture, and he x
claimed. "Well. Weil, this must be a
very hi.uii priced hotel.'' The aforesaid
elevator boy, who overheard the remark,
retorted: "I should say it was. If you
only change your mind here, they chargo
you $10." New York Times.
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 Furniture on the lloor see
that it is covered with some of our carpet.
ISmsseEs Carpet, Tapestry Carpet,
Ingrain Carpet, Hemp and 81a?;- Carpets
IYTHK NEWEST DESIGNS.
friTT'IlE LARGEST ASSORTMENT.
Oil Cloths, Art Squares, .Watting, Lace
Curtains, Draperies, W in dowS hades.
Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators,
The best and most economical made.
A nw lot jnst received make your selection early.
CHAS. A. MEOK
322 Brady Street, Davenport. Iowa.
Jt3FUphos,it-ring of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated oti short notice.
Try a bottle of nr Furniiurr? Polish none better.
Easy Payments, Easy Payments.
World's Cclumbian Expaaition
will 1" f value to the w.irli! ly ll
liistrattnLT the iinprovomoiits in tho
mci-lianii-al arts and oniinont physi
cians will toll yoii that tho projrross
in nii'ilicinal agents has l.oon of oipial
iniportaiK-o. and as a stronjxtlionini;
laxalivo that Syrup of Fiis is far in
advanoo of all othors.
Galling" for Rock
An ol 1 i'Jovii:ci;il French expression
runs thus, '-The tvars of woman are like
tho waves of the sea." But another de
clares that "the tears of woman are
Eev. r. C. K. Dwtib, Wtckoft, Mnrw.
A PRICELESS BLESSING.
Tather Dwyer's Earnest Endorsement
of Kickapoo Indian Eemedies.
Wtckoff, Minn., Nov. 17.
Sympathy for Suffering H u
manity leads me to write this.
I have Buffered much from Neural
f ia and Stomach Troubles, and
ave tried various medicines, but they
were of no avail. Recently, however,
I learned ct the Kickapoo Indian Rem
edies, and have been entirely cured by
the use of Kickapoo Indian Sagyva.
This priceless medicine ol the Indians,
myself as well as a host of others hnvo
used with wonderful success.
Yours in truth, P. C. N. Dwyer.
Kickapoo Indian Remedies. Sold by all Dealer.
Msddfron anvnld photo, executed in the most
attig'.lc workmanhip "it-
- HAKELIER'S -
Ualiible Pnotographlc T stallistisent over Mc
Cabe'e J-aticiuctiou cuaranteeU.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Hubers 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 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.
THrl BIOIilNE WGON,
The Mine' Wap Go.
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fnll and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wapone, epeciaiiy anapu atotln
Weetera trade. of nper!or -workmanirhto ard fin'.Mi Jilnetrated l'r:e Lift fr eon
lliicatioD. See the MOL1NK WAGoS before ourcbaairg.