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THE AllGUS, THUUSDAY, JULY 27, 1893.
The safest and most
The poison is not driven out ot the system by
a more vio'ent p jison at the exponse of the general
The treatement builds up from the start and
the habi-. vanishes quietly and easily, leaving the
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
Institutes in all parts of the United S tates.
Literature on the subject cent on application.
MORRELL LIQUOR CURE CO.
Home Office: BUFORD BLOCK, Rock Island, 111.
Sustain Hnmp. Inrliistrv
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
Huber's City Brewery and Raible &, Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottied 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.
This Hoi Summer Time
You want Low Shoes
To keep your feet cool.
We have several lots of Gent's Fine Don
gola Oxfords and Southern Ties, values
from $2.50 to $5.50 will be sold for $2.00
Ladies' Brown and Tan Oxfords reduced
from $1.25 and $1.50 to $1.00 a pair.
Second and Harrison gits., Davenport.
I i I J M S a i 3 W W " . Bof 1, m I n Power. Hwiilucbe. WakefulneM.
l,.,.tMaiih.od. Mdhtly "'"'""' IJ J ,7oyerViertl..n.yoahrnlrro .
li(nemllToUrranltherj fE5SwllM, lend to Infirmity. Con
escewtTe use of "he5i,piS "S,, n"d I n "est poctfU 1 per box. Of or ...
motion or ln;t,, Twe cWe wi-ltlr nrant to sure
!,. ,! nmwhl. With a IM oni. fP." ... ,,.....,. A!.k for It. take
for sale in RocklslLi by Hartz &
permanent cure for the
1803 Second Avenue;
WMOUic Te,,1P,e vaiCAaiy1
Ullmejer, druggist, 301 12lu st
Cook wanted at the Maucker house.
Try ice cream soda at Krell &
Cream served with ererv glass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Phosphates that do yon good to
drink at Krell & Math's.
A competent girl wanted. Good
wages. Apply 842 Nineteenth street.
Kramer, Bleuer & Co., printers
and bookbinders. Telephone 1287.
A $140 Gibson wheel fop fcfio at. .1.
W. Jones' second hand store, 1622
Something good to eat can be, had
at Gowen Hros., European restaur.
ant, No. 1810 Second avenue.
We serve pure fruit juice and errs
tal spring water in our soda. He
member this ami try Krell & Math's
Cheap lots for sale in South Rock
Tsland, on easy payments, taxes low,
location healthy. Inquire of M. M.
Lost or Strayed A young St.
Bernard pup; color, spotted yellow
and white. Finder will return to
Club saloon and receive reward.
The Le Claire Journal has been
sold by F. C. Pinch, the owner, to
L. C. Owen, of the Port Byron Globe,
who will publish both journals here
after. W. P. Quayle has a htrge number
of the souvenir number of his Trade
Journal on hand, which may be had
at his oflice. or at R. Cronipton &
Co.'s, at 25 cents a number
It is announced that the wedding
of Miss Grace Ball, of Moline, to IS.
Chapin Whceloek, of San Diego, Cal.,
will take place in Moline in Septem
ber, and after a bridal tour the hap
py couple will settle down on the
bridegroom's California ranch.
Mr. ami Mrs. Frederick Koenig, of
931 Nineteenth street, lost their 11-months-old
daughter, Adele Lydia.
at S o'clock yesterday afternoon,
death resulting from whooping cough
and brain fever. The funeral occurs
from the late home at 9 o'clock to
George T. Williams, of Denver,
who is visiting at the residence of
Dr. J. K. llollowbush, paid a hand
some compliment to Black Hawk
Watch Tower last evening. He has
traveled the lsngth and breadth of
the land, and he says it excels any
thing in the way of a natural resort
he has ever seen.
COUNTY Ill ILlMNU.
25 Ruth A. Dickson to Rebecca
and Ada Johnston, pfiO feet lot 12,
block 5. William Dickson's add., Mi
George Schafer to John Conwell,
part lot 1. block 3S, Lower add., Rock
Hugh Conwell to James Wivill, sub
lot S, block 14, Spencer & Case's add.,
Rock Island, $ 1.000.
James Wivill to Mary II. Conwell,
sub lot 9, block 14, Spencer & Case's
add.. Rock Island, 1,000.
When Traveling. :
Whether on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as ft acts most pleas
antly and effectually on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sick
ness. For sale in 50c and $1 bottles
by all leaking druggists. Manufac
tured by the "California Fio- Svrnn
World-! Fair Kates.
The Burlington route (C, B. & Q.
R. R.) will well round trip tickets
from Rock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 81,
1893, inclusive, at 8; final limit for
return November 15. f'nntm.
uous going passage date of sale.
uinunuons return passage on cr be
fore final limit. Children of fivo
years and under 12 years of ae half
oi anove rates.
II. 1). Mack. Div. Pass. A;;t..
Rock Island, 111.
M. J. Yoi-nu. Agt. Rock Island.
The IelHwarr'H SuiiiIk) Iiun-r.
The table of the Hotel Delaware is
the best in the World's fair district.
Here's last .Sunday's dinner:
Mock Tnnlc soup iu Quenelles
Olives Uailishes Incumber
Fillet f f Ocean Trout, sauce tarturc
Boiled Spring (liukenon Toiiit French Peas
Krog I.C2H, breailed. nance renioulaile
Fillet of B-ef, pique aux champ'qunns
New t'outtoeo n reum Lettuce Asparagus
Orinne Cns nrd Neapolitan Ice Crerm
Leuiun P.c Edam Cheese Gateaux
"What decoration is that you are
wearing?" said a recruiting 6ergeaat
to a new recruit
The man blushed deeply and re
sponded, "It's a medal our cow won
at the cattle show."
Itetter Ijite Tlimi Never!
"Don't put off until tomorrow what
can and should be done today," is
wise. If you have never used Sozo
dont for your teeth, make a bee-line
for the druggist and get a bottle and
begin to use it at once. "Verb,
I was troubled with catarrh for
seven years previous to commencing
the use of Ely's Cream Balm. It has
done for me what other so-called
cures have failed to . do cured me.
The effect of the Balm seemed magi
cal Clarence L. Huff, Biddeford,
After trying many remedies for
catarrh during the past 12 years, I
tried Ely's Cream Balm with com
plete success. It is over one year
since I stopped using it, and have
had no return of catarrh. I recom
mend it to all my friends. Milton
T. Palm. Reading, Pa.
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UNANIMITY OF OPINION.
But One Expression "They Are the
Largest and Best.
There is at hand the always relia
ble evidence of the largest and best
of the daily newspapers, which are
upon the exchange list of this office.
Wherever the Adam Forepaugh
shows have exhibited thus far this
season the newspapers of this class
as wen as the smaller ones express an
astounding unanimity in their
praises the of Adam Forepaugh shows.
Judging from the tone of these pa
pers, in which may be placed implicit
confidence, the "Adam Forepaugh
shows are not only the largest and
best of tented exhibitions, but with
the enormous addition made to them
of the scenes and battles of 1776 the
American revolution, they are simply
unparalleled in their extent and in
their merit, while the actually water
proof tents, the prohibition of all
sorts of peddling, gambling, and
every manner of'offenses to law and
good taste, and the compulsorilv cor
rect and gentlemanly deportment of
all attaches, place the Adanl Fore
paugh shows absolutely beyond crit
icism. They will exhibit here on
Saturday, Aug. 5.
, Coal Valley, July 26. Mrs.
Reuben Lewis, of Cable, visited here
Miss Lizzie Franing, of Montana,
is visiting here.
Mr- Youd, of Moline, is the guest
of F. M. De Witt.
Mrs. James Fritts left on Saturday
for her home in Bureau county.
John Lupkey has almost entirely
recovered from his recent illness.
Ernst Roell has returned from a
2-weeks' visit to his sons in Mercer
The young people will have a pic
nic at Black Hawk Watch Tower on
Mrs. Frank Naylor and the Misses
Cauhey are attending the Columbian
exposition this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Haurpson, of
Rock Island, and son, visited their
folks the latter part of last week.
Fred Freeberg has given the front
of his hardware and harness building
a caat of paint, which improves the
looks very much.
In the near future two of our young
people are to be made one, in the
eyes of the law. Invitations are out
already. A large gathering is ex
pected". Our village is full of convassers,
one selling a work on Masonry, an
other dress patterns, another specta
cles, another representing accident
John Stevens, formerly known as
"Jack," was here a couple of davs
last week. He lived here about 20
years. He seems to have renewed
his age in various ways.
The butter and cheese company
will stop operating today, 26th, on
account of a shortage in the supply
of milk. The directors concluded to
shut down for the present.
Charles Shafer, of Nebraska, ar
rived here this morning. He has
been called on account of the illness
of his mother. His brother, George,
will be here probably today.
A fire was almost started one day
week by a small boy of Herman Mil
ler's, of the Coal Valley hotel, set
ting a box on fire at the south end of
the hotel. Some one saw it and
smothered it ere the flames caught
F. C. Killings' new threshing ma
chine, with a complete outfit, arrived
here on the 25th. Its from (Jaar,
Scott county, Richmond, Ind. It has
a 3(i-inch cylinder and 54-inch separ
ator. It cannot fail to do rapid
work, as it has the power, and F. C.
K. is a natural machinist, so he is
amply able to make it give satisfac
Pokt Bykon. July 26 About a
dozen young people spent a jolly day
picnicing at E. N. Hollister's grove
on Tuesday, making the trip up there
on a hay wagon.
Harry Springer has purchased a
house and lot. Don't know whether
this means anything or not.
A good many relatives and friends
attended the funeral of George Mar
shall at his old home in Cordova to
day. Rev. R. W. Newland's household
goods have arrived and they are get
ting nicely settled in their new
Mrs. Harry Torpiu. who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
G. Hollister, departed for her home
in Nebraska this evening. She was
accompanied as far as Clinton by her
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Maxwell, of the
Maxwell house, are soon to move in
to the house just north of George
Moore's, and we aie sure they will
enjoy a rest from the busy life they
have led for so many years.
"She who ne'er answers till her husband cool.
Or, If she mles him, never shows the rnles"
is a type of wife happily be-omng common in
these days when women may have good Jiealth,
cheerful dispositions, strong nerves and clear
minds, s mp'y through the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. Before the reputation
and nee of this remedy became world will, irrita
ble, cross, nervous, debilitated women, suffer
ing with dtsplicements, hysteria, and every fe
male dlseaae, were the rule rather than the ex
ception. The "Favorite Prescription" has prov
en to be the key to a tone and happy life the key
which effectually locks out that old array of u
rerlna disorders, periodical pains, weak back,
prolapsus, inflammation, ulceration, nervous ex
haustion and general deblli'y. See printed guar
antee on wrapper. Money refunded If it doesn't
give satisfaction in every cae.
Porch and Lawn Furniture;
Gamp Chairs and Stools,
MUST BE SOLD BY AUG. 1st. -
BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES
The early buyer will have an el
egant assortment to select from.
These goods are the best makes
and always give satisfaction.
and all kinds of Housekeeping Goods at low prices.
Easy Payments No extra charges
CH&S. A. MECK,
tSlHUpholstering of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated on shirt notice.
Notice Until Sept. 1 store will close at 6:30 p. m. Saturday at 10 p. e
A DROP -
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes
Too many summer shoes for the time of
year. Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia, Tan Blucher's.
Stylish. Were $5.50. Now $3
White Canvas Oxfordsjj Kid
Tip and trimmed. Were $2.50.
All of our Ladies Finest Hand
Turned Oxfords, square and pic
toe. Were 3. Now. $2.50.
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
162? Second Ave:, under Rock Island House.
TnrwAEB Awd Hoxjbic
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
Street, Davenport, Iowa.
I Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Elegant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip and Plain. Were $3. Novr
Ladies line Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. Were
$2. Now $1.50.
Lots of Children's Oxfords tos
numerous to mention, at greatly
Furnishiho Goods. ,
ROCK ISLAND, ILlI