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THE AUG US. MONDAY, MAY 2ih 1833.
IS THE TIME
To Buy That New Carpet.
the iinest line or Brussels, lapestry, in
jrrain and Alattings in the three cities.
Suitos ami Parlor Suites? We arc licad-
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t,iot' l- " mi'iwiiij; ;i ii ii line ui
' F cL i:1 AINS. also our lino of C1IKXILLK CL'liTAlNS
i.-tU': ami don't fail to sco our
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:. .(;, w, ;',! nntl only $:.00 can bo iist'd as a ui.tiii frame.
W. S. HO LB ROOK,
p; ia 107 K. Second Street, DWN'LMST, IA.
usta I n
allins1 for Rock Island
Brewing- Go., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
5 to Georcje Warner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
'jbers City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
:k Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
ruling Works, has one of the most complete
ewhg establishments including Bottling de-
rtment in the country. The product is the
rv best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
feed to any part of the tri-cities, and may
e ordered direct from the head offices on Ao-
;e avenue by Telephone.
In Ladies, Misses and Children's
Boots and Half Shoes.
::es mav be seen at our store.
-;. in ' t
I i i!:iv of
Misses ami ('!iililrcn"s
Shoes ami ( Kfunls
Is far anil away
Tlie Finest ever shown
In this City.
r-7f All Colors.
P '' -
coiHl ami Harrison Sts., Davenport,
1 THE TAILOR,
1803 Second Avenue;
TURNING POINT IN LIFE.
What the "Argas" l Doing for Young Men
There i.s in this country a vat mul
titude of people who earn their own
living, but who are not rich. A few-
years of elementary schooling is all
they can ever expect to give their
sons anil daughters before they must
join in the task of buikling up the
family fortune. Does it follow that
these boys and girls arc obliged to ro
without an education?
Not at all.
The American boy is the happiest
boy in the world. He feels that he
can he anything, and ho has frequent
ly proved that lie can. lie starts out
on the road of life as a jolly little
toddler without a care in the world.
His parents and friends help him over
the roiiii'h places and he linds the road
a very charming one.
Hut there conies a time when he
must proceed alone. No more kites,
tops, marines or leap-frog. The road
is defore him branching in several
directions, lie has reached the turn
ing point in his life and he must map
out a way for himself.
At this point in the road of life the
World-Herald has placed a tingcr
post that points out the road to suc
cess. Von arc poor and only partly
educated; without education you can
not succeed, you cannot be anybody.
Do you want to succeed? Do you
want an education? You can have
it for a saving so small that it
amounts to a ni'-rc trilie.
Tor lit cents a day for a short time
you can put yourself on an equal
plane with college-bred men. You
can join tlie race with them and you
can have a fair chance of outrunning
AYIi;it are you to do with 10 cents
You arc to purchase your univer
sity with it.
The great Kncvc lopedia 15ri 1 1 an ica.
now o'.Tercd you by TllK AU'U s.
which covers every department of
knowledge known tn mankind. Will
you heed the writing on the linger-
post, and in alter vears look back
with pride and pleaure to the turn
ing point in your life?
Murk Mui-iliy us 01iwiI.
-OD.iw.rs Neighbors" will lv
moved on the stage of Harper's thea
tre Wednesday ly Murphy and his
excellent company. I lie people :
the "Neighborhood" are very cntcr
tainiiiLT. proving themselves to bens
pleasing a combination of music and
mirth provokers as is ever gotten to
gether. This .-kit was original! v pro
duced ;it the liiioii theatre, New
York, where it made a splendid run.
The piece received a second endorse
ment from New York audiences dur
ijig mi engagement nt the I'nion
Square. It is built on t lie. lines oi
the u.-ual farce, comedy, depending
not so mucli on its pun as upon us
laughable scenes, humorous situation.-,
novel specialties and pleading
l!fHo!ut ions of Surrmv.
Carpenters union KWI has adopted
the following resolutions:
Whereas. As it pleased the Su
preme Kulcr of the universe to re
move by death from our midst, the
wives of our brothers. L. W. Allen
and 1". Kouse. we olfer this as a last
tribute to their memory:
ltesolved. That in the death of
the wives of our brothers and co
workers, we feci that we have lost
true friends of our cause, our broth
ers' true and worthy help mates.
ltesolved. J hat these resolution?
now adopted by union DiPi. be pub
lished in tlie city papers.
Kock Island. Mav -.'."). lS'.i:?.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of tlie country than all other
iseases put together, and until the
last few years Mas supposed to be in
curable. I-or a great many years
loctors pronounced it a local disease.
md prescribed local remedies, and
iv constantly inning to cure witli lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science lias proven catarrh to
be a const it ut ional disease, ami there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, .manu
factured by 1. J. Cheney & Co.. Tole
do, IJIllo. is llie oui i uumiuii n'Liai
cure on tlie market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 1) drops to a
teaspoontul. It acts Uirecuv on me
ooil and mucous suriaces oi me
system. J Iiev oner n-mo lor any
ase it fails to cure. Send for circu
lar and testimonials. Address
1'. J. Ciiknkv V- Co.. J oledo, ().
Solil by all Druggists, Toe.
Tin- f istet locomotive was built funic
.... -,.. li.vi,I.iif
veiirs iipi lor me
imd r.iisloa road. The driving vmeols wcr
f. feet in diameter, the cylimK-rs 13 i.h .ies.
with a a-t-inuh stroke.
1 1 ' 1111 i"T"
MAKES ITSELF FELT
the great, griping, old-fashioned pill.
Not only when you take it, but un
pleasant, from first to hist, and it only
gives you a little temporary good.
The things to take its place are Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant l'ellets. One of these
at a dose will regulate the whole system
perfectly. They're tiny, sugar-coated
trrftuules, scarcely larger than mustard
seeds. They act in "Suture's own way.
No reaction afterward. Their help lasts
and they do permanent good. Consti
pation, Indigestion. Bilious Attacks, Sick
or Bilious Headaches, and all derange
ments of the liver, stomach, and bowels
are prevented, relieved, and cured.
They're the cheapest, for they're guar
anteed to pivc satisfaction or money is re
turned. Nothing can be 44 just as good."
The Cm ions "Wliistlinji Jugs."
The silvadors or mus-ical ju?s found
among the burial places of the ancient Pe
ruvians nre most ingenious specimens of
old time ha:vliw-ork. The 1 M. Kinne col
lection at Ki.oxviHe, la., contains Rome re
markable specimens of this rude and an
cient art. t )ne of t hese vessels, which is in
reality two ' esstls joined ta.Lcet her with a
clay stem after t he fashion of the Siamese
twins, i.s tlie f. nest example of the "whis
tling jug" the writer has ever seen. The
stem is ho low, and one end is entirely
closed except a small epeainn f imvidcd with
a clay tube leading into the body of the
whistler. When any kind of liquor is
poured into the open mouthed jug, the air
is compressed into the other through the
opening in the connecting stem, from
whence it i.s forced into the whistle, the vi
brations producing the lovely songs of the
various forest birds peculiar to Peru and
other South American countries. Phila
Wor.d's Columbian Expasit ion
will be of value to the world by il
lustrating t he improvement s in the
mechanical arts and eminent physi
cians will tell you that the progress
in medicinal agents has been of equal
importance, and as a strengthening
laxative that Syrup of Kigs is far in
advance of all others.
WM. Fil l tV, l'.-Ofpect, OHIO.
Rescued From the Crave.
A Startling Story.
Prospect, O., March 20. "
I had the Grippe and thess has
never been a waking moment since that
I have not suffered with the headache,
until I began using Kickapoo Indian
Sagwa. Less than two bottles have
completely cured me of headache; and
I am satisfied that if I had not got some
relief from some source within nnother
year, I won! t have gone to my grave,
or would have been a fit subject for
the lunatic asylum. Nothing
gave mo any relief whatever except
what I believe to be t he greatest boon to
humanity, Kickapoo Indian Sagwa
KICKAPCO INDIAN SACWA.
$1 per 3ot;tc, 6 fer $5.
Soi.k rv Ai i. luri.?sTs am Ir..i.i:rs.
CAl TI(:-Tll(s Ili mi-.lii ure Nrvrr I'rilillcd.
'"V hi usements.
MB J E. Montrose. Marnier,
i IN K MiillT iM.Y,
Wednesday Sv., May 31st.
A l'KAT IK KIN.
Assisted by Sam. J. Ilyan and
new music: new dance?:
Sr:i! on fiiTc at T';trior TIiiie I'.ru fire Wul
iusd.iy. May 51 . 1'rii-.- J 1, '.m: : do, i ':.
urtis Opera House,
Wednesday, May 31 st,
KS. C. 15. ,J KI'Kl-i.'Si IN. Kl.AW AMI
tanrtjrois nf 'Co.uiiry (.-irctis." iITIio Smel.'in.'
ar.d c;tlier t'r'al iirniiiir.i i.nis, wUl t-'.'i.t tii.;T
tri'initihant toninly t.it fro n t' e tru.nl .vu v ttn a
tie. New York, entitle !,
TiB Prodigal Failier
T.y Clen Macdonoiigh.
You'll lauh nt tie- I'roil'gul,
The vick,nl mhl iniilii al,
Aiiti-mt'iliiiilU al ip I
Will t' vou veil :r:il you roar
Ymril'i.ay. ' My sides tiny arc son-!
Dtiu't make m; uu. Ii more.
uu, toi':: : : :-
The iiros. ih luililic. tiorh ! thiiatie nv. r
the jnllv "I'roil'iral l'aihtr." fro.u New York to
luiheir at -:i-l D'-icrm. i.oi i-
face. Jr., l' i Kirit nn-. Wal i r 'I ' orr.a-. Kr; i:k
t'alilwi'll. (itM.. (,a-!iti. l;t:iiirlie '!i;i;imnn-Foril,
Uera Mi.ey, llnpe iin- , Marjrnstilu t r.mklia. Lii
lie Irene r runKim.
Priics tl.lll. ".", r.O Siii.l L'5 cent-i.
fsi'ut sale ul KlukcV, MotiUay, May 2itih. Tile
plionc No. 2J.
PKOPOSM.S VO't KKESII VFGETABLHS
litMilqiiarliTH Ki'iiariim nt of t lie Misstmri,
Ollico ( liief I'liiuiiiissary if snbsiflcMU')', Iim iil'ii.
Illinois. April is;:) N nlrd iriim-ali. in trip
licat , will Ik- reci ivivl nt thiscilliie until II iri lock
a. in., on Wednesday- the lst day or May. 18U.-S. at
which time and place they wil le opened in
presence of hiddere. lor the fiirnfhiii nnl de
livery of such ipiaiititie of fresti 11 la oi- and
onlmiK as may be n quin-d I'V the mhsi tence de-lartliu-nl,
I niled m: arinv, in. Fort Urady,
Michit'Hi: Ho t Leave worth, K in-a; Kurt Mick
inoc, Michigan: Kort Ki-qo. ukiahiin.a Territory;
Fort Riley, Kaiixas : l-ort Sherwlan, lllinoi-; Fert
Sill. Uklahonii Territ ry : Kort Mip ,lv, Indian
Terrl!iry; Fort Wa.re, JIichii;ai!: Iniii nnpolit"
Arsenal. Irdiana: .leil. ison Murnn-ks. M-snouri;
Kick Is i.nd Arsenal, Illinois, and the Militarv
l'rison, Foit Leavenwortl, Kansas, dii-int; the
lime comrrencinir Julv 1, and i-ndini' N.vciuier
30, 18'Jt. Proposa swill In tec. ivei up ti and
opened at the same hnir at tlie F-veral t.osts by
the renpective com l is nic or snrh pi.M-.. e leh
postcommiMxnrv receivin pro;Ora!g fir liiown
post only. lilaiik for proiioxuls and ircur of
insliiiclionfi to bidJers, civinu full inforuialion as
to theq'iality of vcKuial len req lireil. manner of
bidding, conditions to be ohp,r.cd bv bil.ii-rs,
and terms of contract and pawne t, will be far
n ehed on applinut 01 lo tli h office or to tfce act
irjR commiseaiy of eul gistencc at any post. The
government reserves the ri?bt to rej ct nyor all
proposals Envelopes c ntaiBina proposals
slioiild be marked "I'rposala for F Mb Vegeta
ble," and addressed to the nntlersi!mcd cr the
acting commissary of subsis en e at the post bid
for. J. 11 OILMAN. Major and C. S-, V. S.A.,
Chief Commleeu-y of f-u' sifitence.
The Only Road
Kuril it ii re,
u IBouse Fiimisliiiigrs
When buying a Refrigerator buy a good one,
REFRIGERATORS are a necessity, not a luxury.
Ours are constructed on correct principles. We
have all sizes and styles at low prices.
Gas and Gasoline Stoves,
New styles, handsomely decorated, made of
good material, easy to operate.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
An endless variety to select from, nicely up
holstered. We can certainly please you.
Easy Payments No extra charges
GHAS. A. MEOK
Tl L' PHJXK 421
'322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
"Upholstering of all kinds to order.
Feathers ienovattd on short no ice.
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 two. Be sure and
be fitted before they are all gone.
visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
THE MOIilNE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Spring Waeone, especially aaapu a to tfce
Weetera trade, of r nperior workmanehlo ard finlch fllnetratc-d price Lin free on
application. See tbe MOLINK WAGON before purchasing.