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THE AllGUS, F HID AY, JUNE 2, 1893.
I"0 CUPS COOOA FOB y CI3iT IF YOTT BUY
BEST AND COES FARTHEST -
rnri-alIol for Digestibility, Streneth. and Delicacy of Flavor.
1 " Perfectly Pi ire.
0itf IS THE TIME
To Buy That New Carpet.
Lhave the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In
grains and Mattings in the three cities.
;1, , nt Ili'ilroom Suites ami Parlor Suites? V nr.- hoa!
f'T t lioso j;ooils. .Wo :uv s!unvinr a very lino Km- of
''v( k t i lt TAINS, also our 1 i n f CHKXILLK C UIM A1NS
..... im vr Invti I'ct'i". ?.-il l:n't fail t; see our
f i . - ' ASK row - HI
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:i-C cuN $
in tlio worlil and only $3.00 can !o used as a quilting frame.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
10. 105. 107 E. coni 8ire t. D vVSP " IT. TA.
iustain Home Industry
balling' for Rock 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.
ttuoers Uity brewery ana KaiDie 6: btengeis
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 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.
In Ladies. Misses and Children's
Boots and Half Shoes.
I the Brightest American
ncies mav be seen a our store.
The Xt'iv.-t. most
lin ni'T wear.
!;-t the Shoe for
!' :u!ty ami Comfort.
f-.v Three Styles,
f-.r 'Three Colors.
Misses ami Children's
Shoes and Oxfords
Is far and away
The Finest ever shown
In this City.
TO THE SUNNY SOUTH;
Second and Harrison Sis., Davenport.
The Gen. Harnard' Recent Trip Down the
Capt. C. W. Durham's steamer,
Gen. Harnard, which cleared for the
north yesterday morning, has re
cently returned from a trip down the
Mississippi to New Orleans. The
boat took members of the Mississippi
river commission on a tour of insiwc-
tion and left on the trip down river
about the 1st of May. The New Or
leans Picayune gives an account of
the trip from which the following is
The steamship Gen. Barnard, bear
ing members of the Mississippi river
commissfon. arrived vesterdav even
ing and tied up at the head of Pov-
1 . -
iras street. Heretofore, the commis
sioners in making their annual tour
of inspection down the river, have
had the United Seates steamship
.vssissippi to convey them, but the
Mississippi was burned last vear.
and the Gen. Barnard which is used
as a snag uoat on the upper river
was borrowed. The Barnard left St.
Louis last Saturday, thus making the
trip hither in six do vs. an incredible
short time considering fhe stopovers
mat were made at various points be
tween here and St. Louis. Capt
David Tipton had charge of the boat
on its trip, and will leave today for
St. Paul, Minn., while the members
of the commission, most of them,
left by ra:l last night for their sev
Member of the ConimlKxIon.
Members of the commission who
came down in the General Barnard
are: Gen. C. B. Conistock, of New
York, who is president of the body;
Judge K, S. Taylor, of Fort YVavne.
Iinl.; Prof. Henry L. Whiting of
Massachusetts; Maj. Harrod, of New
Orleans; Col. Charles K. Suter and
Col. Henry Fladd, of St. Louis, ami
Capt. Carl F. Palfrey, of St. Louis,
who is the secretary of the commis
They all report a pleasant trip,
ainl express some regrets at not be
ing permitted to remain longer in
Capt. Millis, of the United States
engineers' office, of this city, joined
the commissioners at St. Louis and
came with them here, thereby being
afforded an opportunity of inspect
ing the condition of the levees in his
district. At Cairo, Capt. S. W.
Koessles, who is the United States
engineer in charge of the First ami
Second levee districts, joined the
party ami remained with them until
they reached Memphis, at which
point emls his supervision. Capt.
C. McTownseml, of the Third levee
district, joined the party at Mem
phis ami got ofT at Vickslmrg, the
end of his district, while tho remain
der of the party, together with Capt.
Millis. voyaged on to this city.
By this arrangement each engineer
of the four United States levee dis
tricts, accompanied the commission
er upon the inspection of the work
done during the past year in each of
their districts, ami also were bencd
eiariaries of many valuable sugges
tions from I lie superior commission
ers as to t lie ensuingyear's work.
During the trip several sessions of
the commissioners were held, at
which tiie engineers of the districts
reported the condition of their work,
and offered suggestions as to the nec
essary funds they would need during
the ensuing year. None of these re
ports, however, will lie made public
until thev have been gotten together
by General Conistock, president of
the commission, and placed before
the secretary of war.
Advertised List No. S3.
Lift of letters uncalled tor at the potttofllce at
Rock Island, 111., June 2. 1SU3:
Bttrsrsten O A Kelly J P
C'urruu h I'nt Lee Anion
Chapin F? A Lorenz Charlie
Ciurk J R Maxwell litrtaard
Edmonds James fc'atour K J lr
French Cora M ss Noble Charles Mrs
Gardner Car! Plant A W
Hinton Ilarlun Raymond Sarah L Mrs
Dill nng Joseph Smith V H
ileesell Crarley Simon Katie E Miss
Johnson D F Wood Geo Washington
Johnson Ilatticmrs (cjloredj
Way E II
Ant'crson A F Kock Island Cotton Mills
Putterson Oscar Emil ToklnSJn Wielke
Howard Wells. Poslmaster.
Viiorlnjit ie:i 2:j IIn;.-":'.:i!.
T-.f vju.triiiR.tion l;i-.vs r.re r.-ructical! v ir.
suspense. In some tlUtricts ih:l:'3- cliiUrtu
have never been v:xeuiatcd. liven where
the letter of the hi v.- baa bee'.i complied
TT-it li v:..-'f!ii."ioii.s luivo been cL:io i:i it ver?
;x n:id untrustworthy w;iy, v.ud there hai
hec-i an r.lruost entire tbs-enctj of revaccinu-
tioti.- London Lanrrt.
Neichbor, see you not the signal
In thai loved one's check?
Heed yon not that cwnttant haciinir.
While the form grows weak?
O. delay not, or this dear ene
Soon death's own will bo
You can save her by the nse of
I'ierce's G M. D.
Tnihor wnnls. oet thts "Ciolden Medical Dis
covery" and rocue this member cf your family
fiom consumption, wn.cn inreaiens n :r. 11 nun
.t tiinnanniU Arcnrilinfr to the doctors it
has wrought miracles, for it has cured those
whom they pronounced lncnrauie, except oy a
it ! n trnlv wonderful remedy. For
all bronchia', throat and lumr disease', weak
lunfjs, spitting cf blond aad kindred ellments, it
is a sovereign remedy.
Ely's Cream Balm is especially
adapted as a remedy for catarrh
which is aggravated by alkaline dust
and dry winds. V. A. Hover, Drug
My catarrh was very bad. For 30
years I have been troubled with it-
nave trieu a nuuiuer ui - rcuituics
without relief. A druggist advised
Ely's Cream Balm. I have used only
one bottle and I can say I feel like a
new man. I make this voluntary
statement that others may knjjWi?l.
the Balm J. W. Mathewson, (law-T
29 Jonathan Hiintoon by heirs to
John Engstrom, lots 5 and 6, block 8,
Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts' Second add.,
J. N. Kkluntl to Otto U. Lantlin, n.l
lot 2, Eklund's sub div., sej G, 17, lw,
J. N. Eklund to C. A. Berg, s.J lot
4, Eklund's sub div., se C. 17," lw,
31 Orlando Child to Anders Bjork,
part lots 3 and 4, block 7, Child's
add., Moline, $250.
Isaac Xavlor to Sarah E. Hubbard,
block 18, Marshall's add., Cordova,
II. L. Whccloek to Annie E. Whec
lock, lot 1, block 5, S. W. Wheelock's
add., Moline, $2,000.
Moline Water Power Co. to F. C.
Peterson, lot 4. block It. Water Pow
er Co's. Fifth add., Moline, $050.
II uber & Peetz to II. A. Zimmer
mer, lot 47, lluber & Peetz's add.,
Kock Island, $000.
A. J. Lindee to Nicholous Peters,
part of outlot 0, Waterman Place,
M. S. Severance to J. Swanson &
Co.. lot 2. M. S. Jeverance's subdiv.,
5, 17, lw, $350.
29 Nels P. B-nson to Sarah E.
Mapes, tract by metes and bounds,
ne 10, 17, lv,$692.
Abraham Weaver to Elizabeth
Clapp, tracts in sc ami part ne 30,
17, 2w, $4,232.
Michael Shay to Thomas Maekin,
ne.l nci 21, 10. 3w, ami eA sv ami e
wj swj 15, 10. 3w, $1.
The pleasant effect and perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative, Syrup of
Figs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To get the
true ami genuine article, look for the
name of the California Fig Syrup
company, printed near the bottom of
World's Fair Kates.
The Burlington route (C, B. & Q.
K. It.) will well round trip tickets
from Kock Island to Chicago ami re
turn from April 25 to October 31,
1893, inclusive, at $8; linal limit for
return November 15, 1893. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on cr be
fore final limit. Children of live
years ami under 12 years of age half
of above rates.
II. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Agt..
Kock Island. 111.
M. J. Yoi-ng, Airt., Kock Island.
Fits All lits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
tits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial Lot
tie free to lit cases. Semi to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists: call
The Nervous System the Seat
of Life and Mind. Recent
No mystery tins vop oompnrf'l vith thnt of
human'lifo. 1 1 lias tieeii tlio lea'iinu -uli.ieet
of professional rese.ireli ami study in all ate
But aotwitiistaudiiis this fact it iW tint pener-
nuy k it o v n
that tlio seat
of life is loca
ted in the ip
perpari of the
near the base
of t lie brain,
and so sensi
tive is this
port ion of the
tem that even
the prick of a
Korenr. discoveries ha vp demonstrated that
all t li'Mirsaus of tlio body are under tli con
trol of tlio nerve centers, located In or near
the bast! of t Uo brain, and ibatnlieu these are
deraiiiiej tin; organs which lliey supply with
nerve lluvl art? also deraimed. wbou it is re
membered i hat a serious in.tury to t he spinal
c rd will o-iUM! paralysis of tlio body 1h'1ot
the injur 1 xi-i'. UeniiKC the nerve fort-o is
prevent'.1 J ly t!iu injury from reaching the
paralvzej portion. It. will bo understood bow
Cie ueraiizeaient of the nerve centers will
causo thodvirarisenient of the various organs
!i:eli ;:iey s-.rily Willi nerve force.
Tivo-I hir Js of e'liroiiii diseases tiro duo to
theiniperfj tart ion ol tlio nerve center nt
me ia.-Mr i:u Dram, not. iro:n a otninfu
iii -nt primarily oriiuat ing in l ho orjran jt
Kolf. Tlio crvat uiiMake of physielans in
treat in these dlsea-es is that t:u-y treat tbe
oran rather than Hie iiervo-centera wmcu
aw tlei r-auso of i he t rouble.
lit KitANKi.is Mii.es. the celebrated spe
cialist. has profoundly studied this subject for
over 2i years, and I. as made many iniiiortant
discoveries in connection witli it, chief amonij
thena iK'in th'i facts contained in the aliove
Ktatement, and that the ordinary methods of
treatment, are wrong. All lieadaehu, ilzzi
ness. dullness confusion, pressure, blues
mania, melancholy, insanity, epilepsy, t-u ,
Vitus dance, etc. aro nervoU3 diseases no
matter how caused. The wonderful success of
lr. Miles' Kestorativo Nervlue is duo to the
fart that, It is based on the forecolnsr principle
Dit. Miles' KESTOKATiveKEBVisElssola bj 1
all druggists on a posit ix-e'iruarantee, or senf i
direct by 1K. Milks Medical. Vo.. Elkhart .
Ind., on receipt of price, SI per battle, si J .
bottles for f.". express prepaid. It contalnt
neither opiates uor aanzorous drugs.
and how to attain it.'
At last a medical woffcthattellthe canvas,
describes tiie effects, points the remedv. This
is scientifically the most' valuable, artistically
the most beautiful, medical book, that has ap
peared for years : 96 pages, every paKC bearing
a half-tone illustration in tints-. Some -of ta
subjects treated ate Nervous Debility. Impo-
tency. Sterility; Developrtient,' Varicocele, The
Husband; - Those intencrhtgt -Marfiace, etc.
Every man wbo would know the grand truths,
the plain facts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveries of maditnl ieiende as applied ta
married lifei who would alone for -paM follies,
and avoid rutare'pitftlls,"''irttId'W'Tite f"r th s
wonderful little' lboek . !i : - ... t-free,-Baderstal..
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322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
t"Uplic eiering of all kinds to order.
Featbrs renovated on short notice.
50 PER CENT OFF.
We have several luts ot 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.
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