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THE AKoUS. S AT U J ID AY, OCTOBER 14, 1893.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is not driven out of the system by
a more violent poison at the expense of the general
The ireatement builds up frcm the etarr and
) liabi". vanishes quietly and etsily, leaving the
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
jnetitutes in all parts of the United State?.
Jteratnre on the subject sent on application
MORRELL LIQUOR CURK C
IIom Office. BUPORD BLOCK. Rock lei nd, 111.
At prices to
Suit the Times.
Seamless' congress, all solid -Buckle,
best kip and grain
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid -Very
best quality, congress and lace,
See our line at
See our square box toe for
5 1 UN,
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
INCOKI'OUATKI) ISDF.I! TIIK STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
I Kock Island, III.
9 lmi 1 y from ! a. m. to 3 p. m , and Satarda;- evening? from 7 to 8 o'clock.
J F-.Y9 per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col-
I lateral or Real Estate security.
J :-. I MIT. HEI.L. I'riB t. F f. DKJCKMANN, Vice Pres't. J M lUFOM). Ca'liiei
I !'. L. M trti. ;;, V. V. Iienkmsnn. John C'rubamrh. P'li! Mitrhell. II. P. Hull. L. Simon,
? E. W Hurst. J. M. Hufonl, John Volk.
Jackson Jt Huhst. Soioitorn.
P"-'J;- bu:r.eM l ily S, iMtt, and orenpy tb southeast co-ncrof lliubell 1 tt.cVs w bnlld ne
TIITC FIRST OLA-S
N I'ltrnlin hie new Hrp,
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
-.tt!lbrc & t cciaity.
ptMWttv the OK 'tun"
1803 Second Avenue.
Coming Attraction- Here anil In Daven
A grand production of the beauti
ful sensational nielo-drania -ntitled
"777" presented by the handsome
young actor, A. V. Fremont, and his
company of players, will be seen
next Tuesday evening, Oct. 17, at
Harper's theatre. It is without a
doubt one of the best plays of its
kind on the stage. Many will re
member the star, A. W. Fremont,
from his engagement here last sea
son. He is supported this season by
a much stronger company than ever
here before, being very evenly bal
anced. Othe- Attraction.
Thomas V. Keene will be at the
liurlis. at Davenport, this eveninr.
) Mr. Keene is the last of the p-reat
American tragic ai-tnrs now before
the public, liarrett, MeCuIloiigh and
Booth having passed over to the
great majority. Mr. Keene is now
the only representative on this side
of (he water whose portrayals of
"nichdieii", H.-unlet", Louis XI.",
Shyloek", "Kiehard III. "and '-Macbeth'"
have met with popular ap
proval. His appearance in Davenport
as '-Kiehard III'" is looked forward to
with much interest anil will pack
that theatre from pit to dome.
A beautiful Irish-American play in
which Carroll Johnson is making a
big hit, and called The Irish States
man" will please the big house al
the Iiurtis tomorrow, matinee ami
night. A large company of I'll assist
in its production and a car load of
scenery is used too. In fact every
act is set complete with Mr. John
son's scenery painted for the produc
tion. Prominent features in the pro
duction will be the correctness of de
tail ami costuming. One act is sup
posed to be in A. 1). Ill l l ami takes
place at the capitol at Washington,
while another is on shipboard and
speealties arc introduced. Johnson
sings his famous waltz songs at each
At Trinity chapel, even song and
Sunday school at -J-.'.h) p. m.
At Trinity church, Kev. K. F.
Sweet. S. T. D. rector. Celebra
tion at 7 a. m. Sunday school at
!:15 a. m. Matins and litany at 10:4")
a. m. Kven song at :'M) . m.
At the Christian, services conduct
ed by the pa.-tor, Kev. T. V. Orafton,
at 10: I.") a. m. on The Christian's
What Shall We Kead".
I'., at ('.:."! p. in.
At the (iraee KnIish
(Forty-fourth street and Seventh ave
nue), preaching at 1(:4." a. in. bv
Kev. i;. F. Kartholemew, I). D.. and
7:.'! I p.m.. by Ot to Anderson. Young
people's meeting at i::!i p. 111. Sun
day school at a. nt.
At the First Methodist, the pas
tor, Kev. F. W. Mcrrell. will con
duet services at lo:4.", a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Morning subject. 'ojnpellcd
to the Feast": evening, The Twin
Inscriptions on the Temple of Ood".
Sunday school at '.:."o a. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:3i p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian, usual
services morning and evening.
Preaching oy the pastor. Kev. John
II. Kerr. Morning subject, '-Keadi-ness";
evening, '-How Coil Shows
His Love for Man". Sunday school
at 11 : i.r a. m. Young people's
prayer meeting at C:4' p." m.
At the liroalay Presbyterian.
Kev. W. S. Muriiuis. pastor, at 10:4."
a. m.. celebration of the sacrament
of the Lord's Supper, and at 7:110 p.
in., the 11th anniversary of the
Young People's society of the church,
will be celebrated with appropriate
exercises. Sundav school at !:1."
a. m. Young People's meeting
at (i:l." p. in. Smith Park chapel
Sunday school at '::V.i p. m.
At the I'liited Presbyterian, this
being tlie day of prayer for Sabbath
; schools, the pastor. Kev. H. C. Mar
shall, will preach at 10:4.) a. m.on"The
('laiins of the Sabbath School, and
the Necessity for increased Prepara
tion and Consecration on the Part of
Teachers." In the evening there
j will be appropriate exercises under
t he auspices of our Young People's
Christian Union. Sunday school at
!::!0 a. m.
At the First Kaptist. preaching
by the pastor, Kev. C. K. Taylor. Ph.
j D.. in the morning. Harvest Home
; service in the evening, consisting of
j songs, an exercise by 1 -J little girls,
: talks by members of the school, etc.
Young people's meeting at 0:30 p.
in. led by Albert Swanson. Sunday
i school at lt:lo a. in.. C. L. Williams.
! superintendent. Forty-fourth street
chapel Sunday school at 3:00 p. in.,
I F. M. Sinnett, superintendent.
Y. P. S. C.
Proprietoror of the Bn.dy street
ml kinds of Cut Flowers con'tantW on hn .
'-. biock from Central park, the laref t It Iowa
3(U Brady treet. Davcnusrt, la
' , ..I aruatf
. . .11 a.piittK Alt
ee. uch Wen Memory. I -. Hraln r. , ,.,,,,( ,4llf power
l.oi tiihMHl. Niuhtlr Kmlssit n. Neroiw'0'' --M,1,rMierr-rfc
ln;erienitlveoreansof eltber-xcni''y"2eir,';:.n,i''i,, iniinnliy.Coti
' excessive uw of tobacco. oplnn orMlmulnn I " '""' " '-i ,.rl,ot.(l(.pr..,
nniDilon or Insanity. Can beerrteltn est P""rk uranlee to cure
"Ift,' iriS " ""all prepaid. With a WO or.i :r we -n.inwKi-f. A-k "r
lr sale in Rock Island bj Hartz & Ullmeyer dmiggist, 301 12th st
Tbat Joyful Fee iog
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health ami strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the use
of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed beyond
the old-lime medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted by the well-in farmed.
Kates Near One t ent I'er Mile.
For the closing days of the Colum
bian exposition the Burlington,
Cedar Kapids & Northern railway
will sell excursion tickets to Chicago
from its line at rates near one cent
per mile for round trip. Tickets on
sale Oct. 15 to 31 inclusive, good to
return until and including Nov. 15,
1893. For tickets, time of trains,
etc., call on or address agents.
J. . IIansegan,
G. T. & P. A.
COI N TY m i 1.1)1 N(J.
Oct. 12. Charles E. Johnson to
Anna Bortner, w.J lot 5. block 6, Ed
wards' Second add., Moline, $1.
Anton Deisenroth to Arthur Nice,
lot 11, block 3. William Dickson's
add., Milan. 300.
Amanda Laflin to Hugh Walker,
lot 12.' block 5, Milan, $5(')0.
E. II. Guyer and Annette G. Kim
ball to John Hendricks, lot 4, block
59, Chicago or Lower add.. Rock Isl
Barth & Babcock to Henrv W.
Horst, lots 12 and 13, block 4, Barth
& Babeock's add.. Rock Island, $600.
Jacob Kreis to Charles Frehse, part
lot 2. iie 3, 17, 2w, $450.
John D. Sears to Daisy Sears, part
lot 2, assessor's plat sw" 14, 17, 2w,
Oct. 13. Estate of William W.
Gr-ning. In the petition of execu
trix for leave to mortgage real es
tate to pay debts. Proof of service.
M. K. Sweeney appointed guardian
ad litem for junior 'defendants. An
swer tiled, etc. Hearing and order
to execute mortgage.
Insanity of Henry E. Shaw. Peti
tion tiled 'by William II. Shaw. Writ
ordered returnable on Monday the
liith int. at 2 p. m.
I.icensi-tl lo Wc:l.
Oct. 11. John J.d.nson. TiMie C.
James McCurrah. Brooklyn: Mabel
12. (ieorge E. Carlson. Ruth C.
How Far Can You See?
The limit of vision varies with ele
vation, condition of the atmosphere,
etc. On a clear day an object raised
one foot above a level plain can be
seen at a distance of 1.31 miles; one
ten feet high, 4. l." miles; one twenty
feet hig-h, 5. Si; miles; one 100 feet hig-h,
13. 1 miles, and one a mile hig-h, as the
top of a mountain, almost ninety-six
miles to be exact. 9"i.-.'S miles.
Cilairh n leHead
Is undoubtedly a disease of the blood,
and as such only a reliable blood
purilier can affect a perfect and per
manent cuie. Hood's Sarsaparilla is
the best blood purifier, anil it has
cured many severe cases of catarrh.
Catarrh oftentimes leads to consump
tion. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla be
fore it is too late.
Hood's pills do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily and
The best and quickest work for the
money in the city. T. II Ellis.
1321 Second avenue.
Kickapoo Indian SagwaDoes
Good Work in Maine.
Kartif8t Emlorftenu'nt of Kickaioo Item
fMliM from the Kxtrfnw North Eastern
Section of tin Inilfd Statn. Merit
Alone Could Have Alade Thffte Koiue
so Widely known and Universally
Indorsed ly the People.
John S. triiitr.
M0NTICKLI.0, Aroostook Co., Me.
Oct. Hi, lSfli.
I -Bil) to tell yon
lint your preut nied
u-inc Kickapoo In
dian. Sagwa, I"")
ilone for ine ami m y
My wife rns very
Sick noil luut been
tailing for n long time,
mnl lier olil family
Physician sniil she
could not live.
We. trieil nnother
l(K'tov, mnl he told
the same story, sniil
she coulil not live
three months. Sho
liuil been con lined to her lied for almost
two years and wim now almost bed
fast. The doctor xuid she had Con
sumption foiiipiicnted with Heart
Disease and Liver Trouble, "d wu
were aiiout discouraged.
I then heard vt your remedy and told my
wile about it.
She decided to try it, and before she had
taken half u bottle she felt better. When
sho hail taken two bottles she wiis uinintr
fast, mid before the third bottle was fln-i-hi
d she completely recovered her health,
and has been n well woman ever since, uml
her cure is a wonder to all.
01110 time after this
I was taken sick
and my trouble was
pepsia by n physi.
eian w ho relieved mo
sonic, but did not cure
inc. My wife ad
vised mo to try
Sagwa. 1 did so
and was cured.
Jmmhi utter that I "was
attacked with the
Crippeand could not
get rid of it. Kvery
time 1 had a cold I was'
completely used up. At my wife'ssug
gestion 1 tried Kickapoo Indian Sag-
wa 0(?utn, and utter using less than two
bottles I considered myself entirely well
and have remained well ever since. I think
1 can say that Sagwa is the best
remedy that a family can have,
in case ..f Colds there is nothing bet
tor tl.at I know of than taking a good dose
before going to bod. and my wife says she
would not think of keeping house without
a bottle of Kickapoo Indian Sagwa. She
says it saved her life with the help ot
I'rovidcnco, and I can say that under the
hand of Almighty Cod i "y life
to the wonderful medicine of all lued; j.i.es,
the great gift of nature, Kickapoo In
dian Sagwa, mid nil the world should know
of its intrinsic worth. ltd value as n family
remedy is beyond comparison.
JOHN S. WrtlTE.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa,
0tt by the Indians from root, burkt omit
trrot of their own gathering and curing, it ob
tainable of any druggist.
$1 per Bottle, Six Bottles for $5.
vr. .on ii :
CORK SOLE SHOES
Xtra Dry. Xtra Dry.
Pain Proofers. Excludes all dampness
from striking through the soles to the feet
without the use of rubbers. A Preserver
of Health. Promotes warmth. Prevent
colds. Adds to comfort. Make short men
m TEr.S'm nt fi V-t. few wfc aki ar
Second and Harrison stsM Daveniiort.
Rock Island Buggy Co.
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you to c!l and get our Low Prics
Factory and Ware Room? on Sixtejn'.li street between First and Second avenue.
Retail trade especial y solicited
Our Purpose In Advertising
is lo let everybody who buys clothing that's all Ma i
kiod here about know that our fall 6u;tins are in, and
that tbe finest evr displayed in the city. You ara res-p-c
fully Invited to call and eee the latest in patt-rn
and stjle?, in fall and winter wear.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Call and leave your ordr
tar Block Oppositk Harpek House:
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON K0ECKR1TZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is row located in Lis new building at the corner' of Fifth aveuue
and Twenty-third street.
C.J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Feorth Avenue. Residence U19 Fourth avenue.
Plan and specifications fnrnlhed on all classes of work; also acent for WUler'a Patent In-1
S'idin Bllnds.something naw. stylish and desirable.? rni.ins. i.
ROCK 1SLAHD IU
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expresr
wagon and yon will receive prompt attention,
TIMSEBLAKE & SPENCER, Props