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"HIE -AUG US. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1893.
$3 Shoes for
Men and Women.
s 11 to 2. onlv..1.00
ii'n"lu ,,utton' rat
(I,t tij,, lino qual
ity. It to 2
. .i- ...mo ?i iilinvo. S
Ladi?s' line Dongola, pat
ent tip, button shoe,
wrth f2.00 ifi.50
Ladies' Dongola Mucher,
patent tip and trimmed,
worth $2.25 $2.00
Best $3 Shoe in the Market.
162 J Second Ave., under Flock Island Housi
The safest and most permanent cure for the
Tu poison ia not driven out of the system by
a more violent poison at the expense of tl e general
The tieatmient builds np fum the rt n and
th- h ibr vanishes quietly a- n easily, leaving the
patient iu perfect he tlth
TheTetioiony of all gradua e$ is th it a raarve
lous lenewal has taken place.
ESTitutes in all parts of the UMtt-d Stat-.
Literature un the subject sent on application
MOItRELli LTQLCM UKK C
Home Office. BUFORD BLO'JK II c tsl u.d. Ill
INCOUPOKATK.n I'NDF.K THE STATE LAW.
Rock Ibland Savings Bank,
P.ock Island, III.
Ojifn d v from II a. m. to S p. m , and fata-day evenings from T to 8 o'clnck.
F:ve per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security,
P. I.. yiTCIIEI.t , Prct't. F V. DrJNKMANN, Vice Pns't. J M BIT FORD, Cabinet
I'. L. .V:tcli:i, V. C. Oanknnmi, John Crahanch. Phil Mitrttpll. II. P. Hull. L. Simon.
. W Uurnt, J. M. Ifufo-d, John Yolk.
Jackson Jt Uckbt. Solicitor.
H-M bi.:uu July 8, 1890, and ocenpy th. contbear corner of Mitchell Lnde"s new buildine
THE KIRST CLASS
HORSE SHOI 'K
X loca'ci! In hit new hop,
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
WLiirtii nuuff a ap-aialty.
ipltt the OK nana
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietoror of the Brady etrcet
ail kind of Cot Flower eonrtaut) on nu-
"nc ttlncts from Central park, the lanseft, ii. tos " '
JIM Brady mreet, Davenpart, la
. wh a Wfnlc Menm r. "" '""on I ,,. , i.f i. w'er
l.il .MhiiIiiiihI. Mlilljr r.Mi !!. ' V, n,.n.,-,,i:llilirrror.
J lli;fm-ritllv)-ri.-!ilii"il eiu-irwni" hi i,..i Hi liitirrntiv. I on-
riiwImuK t.f t'iliacc".oi.HinMrtmi!lNiiili 'p,, ,H.rt,x. a f or ..
.Kiiim-tlon or InwinllT. Can ! -rlf. 1 11 V . V. ......rnnter mre
Fl'f sale in Rock Islaai Hartz & Ullmejer uVu'ist. 301 12th st
Try The Argus want column.
Houses for rent by E. II. Guyer.
Fresh oysters at krcll & Math's.
Have vou tried White Kose cream
Oysters served in anr stvleat Krell
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
& Math's. "
Ice cream or oysters at Krell it
For Sale Cheap The Star restau
rant. Inquire of John Davidson or
George E. Bailey. v
Drop in the Harper house barber
shop, t he only lirst-class tonsorial
parlor in the city.
Prof. F. L. Clendenen's dancing
school meets every Fr'day at the
Standard club rooms. thi" invim1
J class at 4 p. m. and the adult at S
Tea. coffee or chocolate with a tine
dish of fresh oysters and a few nice
fresh buns is what makes a rich meal,
and to get the same 0 to Krell &
Lost A lady's gold watch, be
tween the county court house and
Mitchell & Lynde's bank. The name
4 ' Alice"' is engraved on the case.
Finder will be rewarded at The Alt
All subscribers to the Lecture asso
ciation course, should get their tick
ets this week, or send word to have
them held for them at Harper house
pharmacy. This will give the asso
ciation time to dispose of any that re
C'okdova. Oct. IS. Duck and
snipe shoot ing is improving on the
Dosia. so the local sports report.
Miss Minnie Mnnson. of Cordova,
ami John Hums, of Albtinv. were
married in Kock Iland on Saturday
lat. Mr. Hums is the first engineer
on the steamer J. K. Grave. "They
will be at home to their friends at
Mr. Hum;.' residence northeast of
On Monday eveninr occurred the
long talked 'of wedding of William
Hrownel and Miss Josephine Sixber
rv. daughter of Henry Sixberry,
The ceremony was performed
at the residence of tbe hride's par
ents. Justice F. S. Cool officiating.
The Cordova band was in attend
ance at I lie entertainment in Prince
ton last Thursday evening iiven by
the Veterans' association. The play
was entitled the --Irish Corporal,'"'
and was well rendered to a fair sized
audience. The part of the corporal
was taken by Willi am Shaw.
The Cordova band has determined
upon a musical, both vocal and in
strumental concert on or about
Thanksgiving eve, t he whole to con
clude with a most laughable farce
entitled '-In the Dark.'" The most
active preparations are now being
made and the people may expect a
(Juite a destructive tire occurred
on the farm of L. II. Keeves, about
t wo miles rtrt beast of Cordova, on
Monday evening between 8 and 9
o'clock. The cause of the lire cannot
even be conjectured. The loss falls
quite heavily upon William Arm
strong and Alfred Davidson, who
were tenant farmers living upon the
place. Nine head of horses and colts
were burned, one gray mare being res
cued, but badly burned. Almost all
of the harness and farming imple
ments were destroyed. The loss
will amount to about $l,.V)i.'. L. H.
IJeeves' loss on the building will be
about $400. The people sympathize
deeply with the boys in "their loss,
and they no doubt will meet with
ready pecuniary aid at the hands of
the ever-ready and willing citizens of
this community. Mr. lteeves is not
at home, being in Peoria as one of the
federal grand jurors.
rUT Bvkox. Oct. IS Alden Suth
erland is moving into his new house
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchison, of
Moline, are visiting their parents
Kev. K. W. Xewlands has been
quite sick for two or three days, but
Alex Hasson has torn down the
cottage just south of his residence,
and built a new fence in front of the
Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Owen are pre
paring for housekeeping, bavin"
rented rooms in the residence of A.
W. D. Hall is at Decatur this week
as a delegate to the Illinois Grand
Lodge Knights of Pythias. He is ac
companied by Mrs. Hall.
Frank Axclson has purchased the
Whiteside house on Front street op
posite the lumber yard, and will pro
ceed to alter and repair it before oc
K. Matthews, who recently came
here from Texas, has leased the Max
well house and taken possession, Mr.
Maxwell having moved into the
house just north of G. D. Moore's.
Some farmers have commenced
cribbing their corn. The yield is
much smaller than it would have
been with seasonable rains, but a
great many excellent h'elds are re
ported. That Joyful feeling
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the use
of Syrup of ligs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed bvvond
the old-time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted by the well-informed.
Coal Valley, Oct. 18. Mrs. F.
C. Killing and Miss Byers went last
week to Chicago.
Mrs. Mnrtz Connor and son, Peter,
left last week for Plattsmonth, Ne
vada. Farmers are now busy husking
corn. The crop is a little below an
Dr. I. E. Huston is going to occu
py rooms in Stuserofskt's block as
a dwelling. '
Herman Nitz has moved his fami
ly and household goods to Henry
The new shaft of the- Coal
company is down 30 feet. The en
gine is there, and the carpenters are
George Peters cut his leg with a
corn knife some time ago. The cut
healed, but recently has become very
sore. He is now sufferinir verv
greatly wfth it.
'Many have returned from the fair
John Moore, Henry Haupt. W. S.
Bailey and Isaac, his son. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Donaldson, John and Rich
ard Prvce and others.
Mrs. Mamie Shubert. formerly
Miss Mamie Hoxsie. who has lived
for the last 13 years in Dakota, was
here last week. She went to the
World's fair while on her trip.
One of our young men who was
born and raised here, but for some
Three or four years has been awav
from home William Mvers was
married in Davenport on the lth.
The funeral of Miss Mary E. Turn
ley on Friday, was largely" attended.
The public school adjourned. There
were a number of floral tributes,
which were appropriate and tasty.
Her Sabbath school scholars had
Gates Ajar." The pall bearers
were six boys of the Sunday school,
and six girl's as honorary pall bear
ers. The services were conducted
by Rev W. B. McKee in the Presby
The most interesting event at
present is the marriage of our fellow
townsman and merchant, G. B.
Krapp, of the firm of Krapp & Lees.
The ceremony was performed today.
The lady is Miss Mary Lempky, of
Lyon. Henry county. A large num
ber of the groom's friends and rela
tives here and elsewhere, were pres
ent. The ceremony occurred at 2
o'clock j). m. Rev. J. H. Smith, of
Cambridge, officiated. We need
not say much about the groom, as he
is so well known here, having been
born and raised in this vicinity, and
for the past tive years has been a
prominent merchant, and always a
steady, as well as an energetic busi
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within the bounds of reason because
it is true: it always appeals to the
sober, common sense of thinking
people because it is true; and it is
always fully substantiated by en
dorsements which, in the financial
world would be accepted without a
Hoods pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
Kates Near One Cent Per Mile.
For the closing days of the Colum
bian exposition the Burlington.
Cedar Rapids & 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,
1'.':. For tickets, time of trains,
etc.. call on or address agents.
J. E. Hannkgax.
G. T. & P. A.
Funua for Kale.
Two miles east of Coal Valley 115
acres with good buildings.
Half mile from Iowa line in Jack
son county, Minn
Timber land opposite Muscatine.
A good woodman can pay for land
with wood and render every acre
tillable. A splendid opening "for the
right man. E. H. Gi yek.
80 acres, good
are all caused by
Be warned ! Nature must le ls
sisted to throw off the poisons. For
this purpose nothing can equal
Nature's own assistant
A pure Vegetable Compound of
Herbs, Barks, and Roots. Contains
no actus or mineral poisons.
It Is a reliaMe as the Bank of Ene1nd.
All that ia cUimi-d i..r it, it will da. Sl.uu a '
Duiue. au urugb'ints.
IlEALY & BlGELOOT.
531 Grand Ave, New Haven, Conn.
CORK SOLE SHOES
Xtra Dry. Xtra Dry.
Pain Proofers. Excludes fall 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
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
Rock Island Bnogy Co.
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you t cill aii get our L m Price
Factory and Ware Rooms on Sixteenth street between First and Second avenue.
Retail trade especial y solicited.
Our Purpose In Advertising
is to let everybody who buys clothiDg that's all Ma 1
kiud here about know that our fall suitings are in, and
tbat the finest ever displayed in the city. You are rea
pec4 fully invited to call and see the latest in -path-m1
and styles, in fall and wiuter wear.
Cix and leave your order
T4B Block Opposite Harper House:
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic ami Dispensing Pharmacist
la row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth ayeuue
and Twenty-third street.
C.J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Fenrth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plane and ipcclflcationa furnished on all claeaes of work: al asent for Wlllrr". Pt t. ..
S'idin. Bl'.ndE.Eometning new. atyliah and desimble.S Pent,t;;d.
ROCK ISLAND ILI
- THE NEW
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expres
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TIM 3 EK LAKE & SPENCER, Props.
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