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THE AlUiUS, FKIDAY, OCTOBER LU, 1893.
you Want to Buy
Dining or Center Tables,
Writing or office desks,
Bedroom or parlor suits,
Dining or fancy chairs,
Chenil!-, L?ce or Curtail s,
Shades in ait color or any ciza
W. S. HOLBROOK,
10 5. 105, 107 K. Second 8tre-t, D WEN PORT, IA.
$3 Shoes for
Men and Women.
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I.a-Ut'' line limgol:i. p:it-i-nt
tip. I hi 1 1 - n lme.
worth l'.imi !..'
I.:i-lif-' IoiigoI:i bliulicr.
I:it- nt tip :iint trininie-l.
worth L'.l'" s-J.on
Best $3 Shoe in the Market.
162 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
INCOl:lN.KATt'.I I'MtKK TIIE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Islanp, III.
I 'i"-".- il v from ! a. ni. to 3 p. m., and Saturday i-rening from T to ! o'c!-ck.
f '.ve per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security.
- KiTCIiKL'.IWt. F C. DENKMAN- Vice Pes't. 3 M Iil FoRI. Ca-Mer
' L. M ;. !::. V. C. OeiikmaTin, John Crubaiitrli. Phil Mitchell. H. P. Hull. t. Hmon,
E. W Ilnrst, J. M. buford, Jotin Volk.
Jackson & Upust, Solicitors.
F -ir !'!-. -5 .Inly S. l-so, and occnpy tb. southeast corn-rot ilitfliell 4 I yrfr' ni'w builrtn
THE KIR8T CLAS
HORSE' SHOF K.
x ' lU'.et! !n bir new shop,
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
(pt-ite the OK kuii 0
J I 1 li j" Jl W Hit i: J i. " J It tTS.
1IJ03 Second Avenue.
Proprletorof of the Brady street
Ad kinds of Cot Flowers conrtai tly on nn-..
e b"cit from Central park, the Uirgo-t II. Iowa
)4 Brady street, Durenjisrt, la.
Try The A kg us want column.
Houses for rent ly E. H. Guyer.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
Have von tried White Hose cream
ery? Ovsters served in anv style at Krell
& Math's. "
Oysters hv the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
For Sale Cheap The Star restau
rant. Inquire of John Davhlson or
George E. Bailey.
I'rop in the Harper house barber
shop, the only first-class tonsorial
parlor in the city.
Prof. V. L. C'li'ii-lonen's dancing
school meets every r'rMay at t lie
Stamlar-l club rooms, the juvenile
class at 4 p. m. ami the a-litlt at S
Tea, cnlTee or chocolate witli a line
dish of fresh oysters ami a few nice
fresh buns is what makes a rich meal,
ami to get the same to Krell &
' 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
The bar docket for the October
term of the Whiteside county circuit
court shows three criminal. "'.'it com
mon law and 101 chancery cases. Of I
the chancery cases are for divorce
and are suits for foreclosure. The
injunction suit against the Modern
Woodmen of America is number S'.t
among the chancery eases.
PRESBYTERY AT PEORIA.
'.ikes iu Hay m k.
A farmer named Bonev. Initio
north of Davenport, has made a c inter
discovery on his premises tu'ite
early yesterday morning he saw two
men leaving his stackyard, out in a
ticld not a great distance from the
house. He investigated. One of the
slacks was found to be considerably
distiirlit'd, and coneealcil in it were
found two line new bicycles. lieing
a farmer, and accustomed to see his
horses shy at these pesky things, it
is not to be supposed that he had
ever made a close cNaminatiou of
one. or that lie had any clear idea of
bicycle values so he probably does
not know a high ra-le from a cheap
wheel, but he declares that they are
both dandy" bicycles. At any rate
he took thi-ni to his house, and he
holds t he-ii there, awaiting develop
ments. In what form these will ap
pear lie -Iocs not known, lie has a
notion that the two men have stolen
the wheels, and that after hiding
them in his slacks they came on to
Davenport on foot, intending to re
turn and get the wlieels. He has
fixed up a little surprise for them
when they appear. At the very least
he proposes t hat the damage to his
.stacks .-hall be repaired or paid for.
They were all in good trim for the
winter, but the manner in which
they have been disarranged nettles
him. The whole performance seems
singular. If any bicycles are miss
ing from this city, the owners mav
find a clue in this story, though it
appears that the men were coming
this way rather than traveling from
Iiev. W. S. Mar.iuis Talk on Missions riie
At the meeting of the Presbytery
at Peoria Wednesday. Rev. W. S.
Marquis, of the Broadway church,
this city, read the report of the board
of foreign missions. The Japanese
and Chinese work was spoken of, and
the speaker said that the Chinese
were competent to distinguish be
tween christian America and politi
cal America. The work in China was
pronounced to be permanent. -Syria
is busy with schools and progress.
Many communicants' and things are
very favorable. Brazil, South Amer
ica ami Mexico were spoken of. The
different presbv teries of the state
were reported, and many gains were
reported in the collection for the
missionary work. The state collec
tions exceed those of last year by
$1,137. The future was bright as re
gards the missionary work. Dr.
Marquis said the lime was ripe and
the church has responded loyally to
the call of the s noil, notwithstand
ing the financial cloud, tiains were
reported in collections to the general
fund as compared with last year.
Self-denial was spoken of that the
collections may be up to last year.
Many recommendations were u'iven
out as t( bow money could be pro
cured. Seventy thousand is expect
ed from this state this year. The re
port was received and adopted.
Tlie Wout-in'K Sortty.
The eleventh annual meeting of the
Woman's Synodierl society for home
missions met last Wednesday. All
the 11 Presbyteries were represented,
except one. There were also reports
by the different committees. The
number of boxes sent to the home
missions was also reported. Rev.
Thornton B. Pentield delivered an
address. A report for the freedmen's
committee was made by Miss Mary
Holmes, of Freepcrt. Papers were
read on the duties of secretaries of
literature. Thopresident, Mrs. Rob
inson, delivered an address on plans
for the coming year. Then followed
a preshyterial exchange, in which
questions werw. asked and sugges
tions were made. The report of the
nominating committee, composed of
Mesdames Wilder, Champaign: Dean,
Monmouth: Moore, Centralia; was in
order, and the following officers were
President Mrs. C. W. Robinson,
Recording Secretary Mrs. 1. A.
Little, of Mount Sterling.
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. W.
C. Monroe, Ei:glewood.
The situation at I'tah was related
by Miss Alice (ireen.
' Mrs. J. Boss Mills conducted the
memorial services. After devotion
al exercises the meeting adjourned.
Ol NTV lU ILUIMi.
IS William Priest to .1. C. H Ben.I.
n 7! feet lot l.bloek 1. Park Ridge
add.. South Moline, $2,-O0.
Henry S. Case to C hristopher G
Dack, lots 6 and 7. H. S. Case's sub-
div.. s 2. 2. 17, 2w. $1,800.
Annie M. Fredericksen to Christian
Fredericksen, si nwj 3. 17, lw. and
part n.J swj 3, 17. lw, $0,900.
Orlando Child to Emma G. Olston.
part lot 5. assessor's plat of 18G1 of
5. 17, lw, f 1.9.10.
An Kxtraorillimry OfTer.
A magniliccnt portfolio of engrav
ings of famous cities, scenes and
paintings with descriptions by John
L. Stoddard, the world's famous
traveler and lecturer, has been issued,
each book containing 1G beautiful en
graving: . 11x13 inches in size, and
well worth $l.;i0 each. They can be
secured at the trilling amount of 10
cents a week by subscribing to the
In the ilrst book Mr. Stoddard
takes you to France, England. Ire
land, Norway, Sweden. Germany.
Palestine, Switzerland. Austria.
Italy, Brazil. Mexico and tho United
The Republic brings the world to
you. It brings all that is grand, ro
mantic, imposing and beautiful to
your fireside, and while you, your
family and friendsgaze upon its won
ders so perfectly and accurately por
trayed they will be eloquently de
scribed by Mr. Stoddard himself.
For particulars see The Republic,
a copy of which will be sent free up
on receipt of a postal card request.
Or. if you want a sample of the "Art
Portfolio," cut this advertisement
out ami send il in with 10 cents
and series No. 1 will be sent you.
Without this ad '2 cents will be
charged. Address, Room 28, Repub
lic. St. Louis, Mo.
A Eemiuder'ofC6ld Weather.
The first installment of children's sled
and possibly the only one to be made
this season by the Maine Manufacturing
company at Fairfield u now being deco
rated and made ready for the market.
They say that last year they made about
47,000 of these sleds, and this year the
output xvill be less than 6,000. Bangor
That Joyful reeling
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, w hich follows the use
of Syrup of ligs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed beyond
the old-time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted by the well-informed.
For Over Fift Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Lifu it Miiery
To many people who have the taint
of scrofula in their blood. The
agonies caused by the dreadful run
ning sores and other manifestations
of this disease are beyond descrip
tion. There is no other remedy
equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla for scro
fula, salt rlmnia and every form of
blood disease. It is reasonably sure
to benefit all whoive it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
A Silver Statuette f Sunol.
The Ames Manufacturing company of
Chicopee, Mass , has Completed a coin
Silver statuette of Sunol hitched to a
sulky, upon which is seated an equally
well known driver. The piece of statuary
is one-fifth life size and is mounted upon
a bronze standard. The sculptor is C. E.
Dalliu of Salt Lake City. The whole
piece of statuary was molded from silver
dollars. It required 331 ounces of silver.
The sulky is an exact facsimile of the
one in which the mare made her record
of 2:08. The piece is to be presented at
a coining banquet in New York.
Th Eeinittf a Ttlil.
Canseltox, Ind. I have used
Simmoi s' Liver Regulator, manufac
tured by J. H. Zeilhn & Co., Phila
delphia, and found that for indiges
tion and liver complaint, it is the
best medicine I ever used E. E.
Clark. Your druggist sells it in
powder or liquid. The powder is to
be taken drv or made into a tea.
Itatea Near One Cent Per Mile.
For the closing days of the Colum
bian exposition the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids & Northern railway
will sll 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. E. Hasnegax,
G. T. & P. A.
Farms for Sale.
Two miles east of Coal Valley 115
acres with good buildings.
Half mile from Iowa line in Jack
son county, Minn., 80 acres, good
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. II. Guver.
CORK SOLE SHOES
Xtra Dry. Xtra Dry.
Pain Procters. Excludes all damDness
from striking through the soles to the feet
without the use of rubbers. A Preserver
of Health. Promotes wattnth. Prevent
colds? Adds to comfort. Make short men
' ' rU
s,ma:i!i.I.i.-.aJ...i' Sctm '"f1
Second and Harrison S(s Davenport.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Housk Furnishing Qoodf
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, II L
Our Purpose In Advertising
is to" let everybody who Imjs clothing that's all Man
kind here abou: know tbat our fall suitings aidin, and
that the finest evr displayed in the city. You are res
pectfully Invited to call and se the latest in patttrrv
and styles, in fall and winter wear
J. B. ZIMMER,
' Call and leave your order
-tar Block Opposite Harper House:
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fir "'c
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow located in bis Dew building at the corner of Fifth areuue
and Twentyabird street.
C.J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1181 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans sod specifications f nrni-hed on all classes of work ; also meent for Wilier'. P.tent-Wd.
S'lUin. Bl!nd.inelbingii.w. stylish and desirable.l u.ini
BOCK ISLAM) ILL
THE NEW .
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBEBLAKE b SPENCEB, Propi.