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THE AUG US, THUJESDAY,. JUNE 15, 1893.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is not driven out of the syst-m by
a more violent po'fc n at the expense of the g-neral
The treatement builds up from tb .-t ? and
the habit vanishes quietly and easily, leaving th-i
patient in perfr ct health.
The Testimony of a1 graduate? i that marve
lous renewal has taken place.
I norresponclence confidential.
I fostitates in all pirts of the Unite 1. St ttes.
' literature on the subject sent on applicti n
MORKKLL LIQUOR CUKK CO
Horn Office: BUPORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling 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.
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 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.
from those that purchased a pair of our
World's Fair Shoes:
We are enjoying the Fair immensely. Your shoes
give us great comfort. We are able to wah ' all day
and not suffer the slightest inconvenience. They are
indeepensible to us.
MORAL Be eure and get a pair before starting on
a pleasure trip and remember that we give special at
FITTING THE FOOT.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
Coal Valley, June 15. .The
teachers crave a picnic to the chil-
uren on triilay afternoon in the
grove of the Presbyterian church, at
me close ol their term. There were
over 100 children present, and quite
a numoer 01 lauies Resides. The
children had an enjoyable time. At
me close there was a delicious spread
' set before them, of which they par-
iook with a relish, alter which thev
returned to their homes.
John T. Hass has grot a new brick
molding machine, which is said to
do good aud rapid work. He has
Durned one kiln which is now cool.
ing. He would have had it burned
30 days ago only for bad weather.
Our assessor has iust cot through
through assessing. Notices are
posted for review on the 2Gth. All
persons that are arsrrieved should
attend and have their valuation
i equalized with their neighbors.
Three of the Misses Prvce sisters
will start for the World's fair on the
3d of July, where they will meet
ineir sister, who has finished a term
of school in Racine, Wis.
Uncle Jim Glenn, who is now an
octogenarian, is able to come to town
now. He was quite ill in the spring.
out not so seriously so as was re
The school directors have selected
as their teachers for the vear. Mr.
Hardv, of Western Normal, andMiss
llellen Tryee. of Coal Valley.
Miss Fannie Freebercr will ro to
the World's fair in a few davs. She
goes with Mr. and Mrs. Li nd well
Mrs. Lindwell is her sister.
Faul Starofskv, of Moline, was
buried on the 13th. He formerly
lived here. A good many went to
Herman Moeller has opened a
Boarding house in the alley hotel
building. We wish him success.
Mai. Heard sley was here last week.
as an attorney for the defense of the
cast- of Hulikouski vs. Kracklow.
Frank Navlor has been doing a
gooil business selling implements and
lumber iir the last two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Stores, of Iowa, are
visiting K. I). MeCrere. Mrs. Stores
is a daughter of it. i). McCrere.
Miss Katie Martin and Miss Emma
Lees have returned from the (ieneseo
Dr. and Mrs. Huston have returned
from their visit to Champaign coun
Strawberries are coming in from
t he neighborhood. The crop is not
Miss Lizzie Martin, of Moline. is
hi're visiting old aequaiflam-cs.
Charles Gordon, of Moline. was a
visitor here on Tuesday.
John Tupkerv is quite ill for the
past three weeks.
Mrs. Cecelia Jeurgens was here on
The public schools closed on Fri
Will Calahan was here last Satur
Pout Bykon, June 14. A very se
vere rain visited this vicinitT j-es-
terdav about 11 o'clock a. m. ac
companied by very heavy thunder
and lightning. During the storm a
small cyclone passed from two to
three miles north of this place, for
tunately its path did not strike any
buildings so far as can be learned.
In some places trees were uprooted,
and in the vicinity of the Lyford farm
large quantities of earth were scooped
up and scattered broadcast, several
people along the course of the storm
sought refuge in their cellars.
Sunday evening Rev. Waterman,
of Geneseo, preached in the rink to a
large and attentive congregation.
On Monday evening the house was
again tilled to listen to the concert.
The performance gave evidence of
the thorough course of musical train-
ling which Prof. Wallace's pupils al-
On Tuesday evening occurred the
annual banquet and reunion or the
alumni. The house was beautifully
decorated, and the tables showed the
care which the ladies of the Academy
Aid society always bestow upon
everything of which thev have
This evening is occupied with the
commencement exercises. Miss
Grace Zollinger and Miss Laura Cox
comprise the graduating class this
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Hall started
for the World's fair on Thursday last.
and Ed. M. Rogers and wife and
daughter on Tuesday of this week.
This being commencement week at
the academy, everything else is cast
in the shade.
1803 Second Avenue;
.....i. w M.mnrr. I.naa of Brain Power, llcuiiaclie. Wakefulness,
' .Lint Manhood. NlBbtlr emissions, Ne.rrousneM.stirthUnsann' loof power
in cieneratmonrsn. of either m earned by overexertion, yeolarm errjw
exeeonlTe use of tobacco, opium or siimuianw, wn.-u i iiiDrmio. "
sumptlnn or Insanity. Can be carried In et pocKi-t. per box. O f or i.
i.y nmll prepaid. With a S order we at written rn-rantee
j ,il.-v. rMn-iiinrfree. Sold by all lruinilnta. Ak for It. take
Addmt KMTK SEEIIGO, Masonic Temple, CHICAGO. JJJ.
AND AFTER USiNG.no other.
sale in Rockleland by Hartz & Ullmeyer, druggist, 301 12th st
A Kan Thermometer.
Loan men mne the best thermometers. Fah
renheit never invented better ni e. If the
weather is warm and emmy, they are cheerful.
If cold aud frosty, they are irritable and snappy.
If damp and cloudy, they are downcast and
gloomy. But if either lean or fat men are suffer
lng from biliousness, headache, consti pation, or in
digestion, the weather will always be damp and
cloudy in their locality, unless they use Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. These Pellets are
small, sugar-coated grannies, calculated ito start
the liver and digestive organs into healthy acti
vity, and thereby raUe low spirits, and dispe
Property Holders, Attention.
I wish to notify all property
holders in the Third ward who
are desirous of laying their own
walks under the ordinance recent
ly passed that they can still do
so 11 me worK is uone immeui-
ately. The matter will be taken up
at the July term oi ine county court.
Ald. Dan Cokken
13 A. W. Wadsworth to G. W.
Anderson, assessor's pla, lot 2, 33,
18, lw S00.
J. D. Woodruff to R. I. Canning
Co., part out lots 2 and 3, Woodruff
& Sears' add., Sears, f 1.000.
C. R. Ainsworth to Ellen Rilev. lot
3, block 1, Spencer & Case's add.,
Rock Island, f 1.
Samuel Bowles to Ellen Rilev. lot
a, block 1, Spencer & Case s add.,
Rock Island, $1.
Vilham Frizzell bv heirs to Ellen
Riley, lot 3, block 1, Spencer & Case's
add.. Rock Island, $1.
Ellen Rilev to Brush Electric Co-
lot 1, 2 and 3, and w lot 4, block 1,
Spencer & Case's add.. Rock Island,
13 Alexander Jackson to William
Krueher, w, nej, 23. 16, 5w, $1,600.
Fire Drills In Private Houses.
At one of the houses in Mayfair a novel
and not altogether purposeless form of en
tertainment or experiment was devised.
The hostess, having a new fire escape, de
termined to have a midnight instruction
drill in the use of it, with one of the inspect
ors on hand to see it carried out. Accord
ingly at midnight the false alarm was given
out, and the ladies and visitors of he house
hold maneuvred the escape, and all alight
ed on the pavement in safety. Such prac
tice is worth the attention of other house
holders, and perhaps the midnight drill is
the more effective, as most fires occur at
that time. Lady Maple has such drills car
ried out periodically at her city and coun
try houses, and the fire drill at liolloway
college has become a matter of celebrity.
Xew York Sun.
The skin of a silver fox, otherwise called
Hack fox, varies in price f rom $50 to $-J I.
The whole number obtained annually
amounts to only 2,000, of which amount
l.f'OO are imported into England. La Ilcrv
tan states that in his time a skiu of the sil
ver fox was wort h its weight in cold, ami
an unusually fine skin has been sold on the
London market for Boston Globe.
The pleasant effect and perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative, Syrup of
t igs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To ret the
true and genuine article, look for the
name of the California Fig Syrup
company, printed near the bottom of
Furniture For Sale.
E. H. Lowrv desires to sell his
household goods at private sale and
will be at his residence. No. 1114
Second avenue on Wednesday and
J nursdav afternoons to confer with
Nctiool Flection 'otice
Notice i ht-reby civen tliut on Tueot'nv, June
27. A. l., 1S.M, i the ity of R ;ck Islam!, Illi
nois, an tler.t on will be held for two members
f the Hoard of Education, wh'ch election will be
oju-ne.1 at S o'cloctc in the morijinc and continue
thereafter urtil 7 o'clock in the af trrnoon of that
vormn rrAf .
Voters' of the Kiryt ward will vote at the Frank
lin hoe house, located In sat1 watl.
V oteis of the s-econd ward will rote at the
Phoenix hose house heated in said ward.
voters of the lhirrt ward will vote at the Wide
awake hose honse, located in t-aid ward.
voters m tne ronrth ward will vote at the
Dimick livery stable, located in said ward.
Voters of the Fifth ward w ill vote at the Fifth
Ward hose houe.
Voter of the r-ixth ward will vote at thr fahle
hose hou-e. located in said ward.
v oters of the Seventh ward will vote at the
Gilpin hose hoose. located in said ward.
Tne several polling places am ve named will be
open on Toesday, June G, and Tuesday, J une 30,
ls'.W, for the purpose of registration of voters.
l .o. mkiiill, Jr., Mayor.
Rock Island, 111., June 3, ls'.H.
I suffered from acute inflammation
in my nose and head for a week at
a time I could not see. I used Elv's
Cream Balm and in a few days I was
cured. It is wonderful how quick it
helped me. Mrs. Georgie S. Judson,
Being a sufferer from chronic
catarrh, and having derived great
benefit from the use of Ely's Cream
Balm, I can highly recommend it.
Its sales are far in excess of all other
catarrh remedies. B. . Franken,
Druggist, Sigourney, Iowa.
A TIRED WOMAN,
just as much as a
sick and ailing one,
needs Dr. Pierce's
tion. That builds up,
strengthens, and in
vigorates the entire
female system. It
regulates and pro-
. muxes an itw jiruper
l ,j functions of woman
' hood, improves diges
tion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and
pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings
refreshing sleep, and restores health and
It's a Tjowerful restorative tonic and sooth
ing nervine, made csiiecially for woman's
needs, and the only guaranteed remedy for
woman b weaknesses and ailments. In all
" female eomnliiints " and irregularities, if it
ever fails to benefit or cure, you have your
A croat ci.mv medicines "relieve" Ca
tarrh in tho Ilend. That means that its
driven from tin bend into the throat and
lungs. But, by its mild, soothing, cleansing
and healing projxirties. Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy perfectly and permanently cures.
llr ilitrtinlirrvff fenerlflca nrpl,ntifiMiiVAM
carefully prepared lionieuieH, used for years In
private practice and for over thirty years by the
iteniilo witti entire success. Everv Ktr(ri k.ih.
a sieclal curt for the disease named.
1 ney cure witniiut uruutatiK. Iuryl1(f or reducing
the xystemoud are In fact uud deed the eiuvereian
nrmrniri . . . u .
list or rKi.cirAi. nob. cmMt. fRirm.
1 Fevers Congestions, InflammaUons.. .ii.J
it WormH, Worm Fever, Worm Colic a J
3 Teethlnci Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .US
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults ,J5
Coagba. Colds, Bronchitis .25
8 Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. .23
9 Headaches. Sick Headache. Verttao.. 2S
1 Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation. .23
ftapareaaesl or Palatal Periods... .25
12 Whiles, Too Prof use Periods u!t3
13 Cross, larrasJtla, Boanieneas....;23
14 (Salt Kirim, Erysipelas. Eruptions. . .23
15 RheasnatiasB, Rheumatic Pains 25
18 Malaria, Chills. Fever and Amie .25
19 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Bead. .25
ae-WhaoBlna- Caaah - .'ti
Sr-Kldnejr Diseases .25
38-Nerraae Debility 10
3 Vriaary Weakaeaa, Wetting Bed. . .25
HUMPHREYS WITCH HAZEL OIL,
I ne nie Ointment. Trial a -
Sold by DrBrrlra. or seat nostMld a nipt of prtas.
Da. HoaraasT' Uakxjai. (1.4 iwcm.) mii.si rau.
rarsuuTS'HEP.co., in AiitwuBu St., rewtorx.
Cold as an Iceberg
That is what people say who use our Refrigera
tors, takes so little ice to run them, Jhey are
solid oak, Bronze trimmings, dry air and free
Buv where you have
a large stock to select
I li u uauu umugu.
Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Stoves, Lamps,
Kitchen Furniture, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
Gas and Gasoline Stoves.
All styles and sizes, the latest improved, easy to operate,
economical, ornamental and always give satisfaction.
NEW DKSIGSTS" LOW PKI JE?.
Easy Payments No extra charges
CHAS. 1. MECK.
TrJ PHONK 421
322 Brady Street, Davenport. Iowa.
2dT"Uphostering of alljkincs to order.
Feathers rt-novated on snort no ice.
50 PER CENT 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
Gut 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.
Rock Island Buggy Go,
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you, to call anl get our Low Prices
Factory and Ware rooms on 16th ttx.t between let iwi;2d v
Retail Tradi especially Oti&ItM