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THE ABQJS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. 1894.
a to -Iras fays No man can .afford to have a mcWifo or Daughter, nor, in tach times as these, A lig Doctor bat 2o Phom curiV the sickness, sires the bills. Sustain Home Industry BY- Calling for Rook Island Brewing Co., Beer. The Best Beer Made, On Tap everywhere. TRY IT. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. I. Hubcr's 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. TIE LATEST IDYElTIES 13 FALL AND SPRING GOODS CAN HE C. F. DORN. The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 Seconl Av. Harper Bousa Block SHCOftFOKATKD CVDKB THE STATE LAW. Roek Island Savings Bank, Bock Islaitd, III. Open It learns a. avteSa. a and Setarday evawaaf frost tlef 'cloak. Firs par ml Interest paid en Deposits. Monty loaned oa Personal ooU lateral or Kami Estate security. P. L MITCHELL, frett. F C DBHKMAMH, P. L. Mttesatt, f. C. Benki-aea, JotaCrahaafK nil HlteSaU. B. P. Ball, L. I Mm W Hani. J. . afard. Ml vetB. Jscaaow A) ilCM, BuUettat. kna aula Jaly t, inn, ana espy tee scataiast coraarof Mttchell a lyaaVe new aeMlea. B. F. DeGEAB, Contractor and Builder. Office and Shop S35 Eigateentk Street "An KMe ef CSfsaslar wart a aaaehVt. C. J. IV. OCHRtZintZC?. Contractor and Builder, namireeftti Plaaeesii JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, orncc moi ssn sixth atestje, Ebop oa Via Camt FOCK 1SL1KD. Catarrh! Ottarrh! Ctterrb! Ix-tor llirfa Aatl-Srptlc aad Med 'Htc (KI Treatment lor Catarrh, Astttna. Bronchial aad Laa; Titrable. fttCE S5.00. t the aaly n aiaer wfcaia saw ear tew 1 Ca HMHlif ta aa akan aifM at laa m a, imk, A nart.ni af Waae aaa anmi mtm m n .ana af aaeal ar an I utr ta taa inw er II iart . CailaeWaetera mi tlir nan n It " baaa aaa. in- naraii, (4ra4. Fat farSBot laf Haanilia sail raddreae W. IL OSBORXE. SEEN AT- Vice FlafL BCITOtD, I ROCK ISLAND. ILL. erVmafr ata SJOCE fELAWDILL Joiin Vollx 6c Co. CONTRACTORS ABB nous3 nun jz:m. Bask, Doors, Wads. Sldiaf, Floorlaf Waiasaoatiaf, .Third see Pnwrift i cooim MIUHM. Jan. S9. Thnmaa C Vnit.. .., ia E. Sweeney, lot . block 1, Black man'a add.. Moline, .X John K. Groom to VI. K. Sweeney, lot 9. block 1, Klack man's ald Mo line, SO. Hnjrh II. Park to Sarah K. Dox see. tract by metes ami buuails, Mo line, tS.OOi). Jan. SO. Kstate of Samuel Bowles. Motion by administrator to disap prove appraiacmcnt bill. Motional lowed and new warrant issued to same appraisers. Estate of John J. Furst, Leave given to Jacob Forst to withdraw claim filed herein on Dec. 11, 1893. Kstate of Clark II. Buford. Claim allowed. Administratrix's account current filed and approved. Xatiea la CaaiMwtara. Sealed proposals will be received at the city clerk's office, Rock Island, III., nntll Monday. Feb. a, 1894, at 5 o'clock p. m.. for the building of a scale house and pavilion for the city of Hock Island. III. Plans and spec ifications on file at the city cerk's office. . All bids roust be accompanied with a certified check in the sum of 1(K). payable to the order of the citv of Rock Island. III., which shall become forfeited to said city in case the bid der shall fail to enter into contract with approved surieties, to execute the work for the price mentioned in his hid. and according to the plan and specification, in the event that the contract shall lie awarded to him. The city reserves the right to re ject any and all bid. Bock laland. HI.. Jan. 17, 1894. T. J. Medill, Jr.. Mavor. A. D. Hi-Esixn. Citv Clerk, " (TELL ICOVa RIVER UAH. Mr. A. M. Heruberg, the Popular Steamboat Kngineer, with the Van Sant it Mnsaer Trans portation Company. He Kxprce Himself as Well Pleased ith the Treatment f Irs. Stackhouae and iHniel Which Brought About His Recent Re covery. For hundreds of mili nn an. I down thA MinfiiiiiiiiiS- frmi fi.; point, there are few men better Known or more nigniy esteemed than Engineer A. M. HoVtrlwro- f the Van Sant & Muwr Tranmrta- non company. J lie Maleraent that Mr. Hertxberi? make nulilic in tli columns today poxses a pccular in- . j , . . . trrcKi, hu in i uminfi importance to thouaand of rcx!l-nl nf ihaiknwi cities and their environments. ENOtNEF.K A. M. I1EKTZBF.HO. For a long time." said Mr. Hertz berg. "I have experienced a great deal of trouble from catarrh in its most severe forms. My eyesight be came affected, and my eyes were at tiroes watery and very weak. I had more or less headache nearly all the time, with occasional attacks of diz ziness. My hearing for the past year ha been very bad, and was constantly growing "worse. I had throat troub les, too, that were very annoying. The freaucnt reports of cures per formed by Drs. Stackhouse and Dan iel in cases where other physicians had failed, induced me to 'take a course of treatment at their insti tute. From the very first I began to improve. My progress has ever since continued steadily and without interruption. To say thai I am well pleased with the results of their suc cessful treatment in var case does not sufficiently express the high es teem in which I hold these physi cians and their methods. I am more than pleased, and am glad to recom mend them." Mr. Hertz berg has always resided in Davenport and LeClaire, in the same county. His home at present is at LeClaire. $5 a Month. Far Unlaw at. am!trrara aad atwkta 1a all nvm ml raton. ar kaa d ailawa a. that i w c afa la aac - of fa a aiaath al laa Otaoka ae Katfteal laatltate. Al Ifcw low nr ia aappltad eaarvuus: aceaarf lataecte lawaaga TREATMENT BT MAIL. Writ hr ejail steak aad aartteatar af Dia. Markaaa-a aJ BxaM'a mutmi t aoaw Itaala al far lias wto c aaat caataalcailf Stickhousa Medical Institute URBISE STACKHOUSE, M. D. JOSEPH A. DAXIEL, M. V. asccuni--Ciafr ha Bra. Car. Beer, Tk-aat a Da OaBajls-ta.BVlanai ,tta4a4TS a. av : aaadava, a la p. a, aaly. Rooms 17 and 18 Wh I taker Building. (That riaar. lake ttaEtoraaar.) SOCTBWEST COBXEB BKAOT ABB TBIED mCEETS, DAVEKPORT, - - IOWA. (9 cr:i LPS m BY THE HENNEPIN. tlM Wrvkly Baara-Lattae Braa tha Tawa Ml LAV. Jaa. S3. fT. H. Rmw. . student of the university of Cnicago. nreaehed in the Prpalivfcrian oknwk Snndav morning at the nsnal time, .i . " i . . . . . wot lor nia iexi. pare oi the scriptural passage from John: aai enaw that Ihey tt aara utr, nd that they M cM aava It awia abaaaaaily." The sermon was well delivered and showed that he was master of the suoject upon which be spoke. In the evening Mr. Krnwn tnnir np. in the services of the Christian En deavor society, and spoke in Itehalf of the society, and encouraged thsm to hold together and keep on with the good work they have been doing since their organization. C. D. Mc Laughlin and Miss Kate Carnaghan mad a fiw rmm rL ni .hiuMili. every one was well pleased with the success oi me meeting. v nen church conveneil in the evening, Mr. 1 rown lectured on temperance lefors the congregation of both the Preshvte rian and M. E. churches. The house was well tilled, and the people were well satisfied with his lecture. Rev. Alford, of the M. E. church, spoke in glowing terms about the dedica tion of the church Feb. 1. Wednes day evpninT. after nrivpp moot inn. . i" .. there is to be a meeting held for the purpose of electing an elder for the Presbyterian church, and we hope by that time the church will have a minister. Milan H. aalaga. J. H. Gilmore will finish filling his ice house Wednesday. Rev. J. H. Kerr, of Rock Island, will preach in the Presbvterian church next Sunday. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Woermann re turned home Satnntav rnnminir tr-r.m a 10-days' visit to St. Louis. 1 hnrsdav there was a dance at Willie CalJwell'a. Mi of Milan, attended, and reports that an nau a pleasant time. William Pavson is filling Jamu Clow's ice house with aomo fine 9-Inch ice. Mr. Payson expects to ruij ice in a icw list's. tjuite a numlier of young folks were sk&tinrr Kriilar. Vn happened, but some young fellows i uu iiu anoiucr ieiiow s girl. Jikhn ttr.etnin nil IiSa nnnln f S. McKee, left for Galva Mondav. John intends to stay awhile in (ialv'a. and all the young folks will miss him very muchespecially at their par- Ittimie Dnvntl n. tn n litmo Vi-wl . r- from Dakota. It seems Burnie af way gives us a call once a year, any way. Whether it gets too cold up there for him or not, we don't know, but if he Came to Klrllo a marmop place, he missed it this time. Saturday evening quite a numltcr of voun ff folks had a surnrise nartir on Miss Carrie Walker. A fine time was bad by all present, and every thing Went off Well until irnintr lmnm time came, when two young fellows waniiti w take tnc same young Janv home. There will )m a fn-an.l ball at th Town hall Friday. Feb. 2. Music bv Aiuan string hand. The following are the committees: Arrangements Cy McMichael, Lon McCartney. Invitations pvtnn V.nlniEi:na Charles Harris. Reception Charles Harris, Lon McCartney. Floor Will Nice, Charles Harris. Good order will be maintained. Cartotoa Optra Coaapaay. W. T. Carleton, a baritone who is classed as the leading baritone of the country among singers, and who is perhaps one of the wealthiest male operatic stars, supported by his own clever onera comnanr. will appear in Davenport on the evening of rnuar, ie. z. tor an engagement ot two nights and one matinee at the Burtis opera house, and will present in a most elaborate manner the charminer and melnrf ion rsTMra. -Fra Diavolo." Bohemian Girl," and anon. The roster of the com pan v is as follows: Alice Vincent, Marie Bell, Tellula Evans. Clara Wisdom. Emma Fanchon. Kate Griffith. Alice Mav nard. Marie Teller. Jav C. Taylor, Tom Ricketts. W. H. Fitzgerald, H. M. Imano. Stephen Porter, W. R. Dixon, Herman Ehrendt, Howard Cook and W. T. Carleton. who posi tively appears. The prices adopted for this en gagement will be 25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents and tl. Seats mar be se cured at Fluke's book store. la OMea Tlaaaa People overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects, and were satisfied with transient action; but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently cure habitual constipation, well in formed people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time but finally injure the system. The Tooth Dors a man ever get too old to take any interest in life? The Sage Oh. yes. Bat be generally recovers by the time he is 23. Indian apolis Journal. We Wall Cedar Rapids, Iowa I suffered with dyspepaia and disordered liver and would frequently throw op bile. I procured a bottle of i.t Regulator, and after using half of it w sumpinBiT carea. uae ot my lady customers told me the other dav that Simons Liver lUmUtar Mm. r,1 ncvc.j cureu uer oi aicK-Beaoacae i . , . . v . . ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The whole Bell patent telephones has ex pired, and any one can bur a couple of Um inatrumrnta and have them put up where be wants them without going to the telephone company. Howe var. telephones service will coat aa much aa ever for some time to come. Mym Br"we!l, wife of Judge Jas. B. BmdwelL and the founder and man aging editor of the Chicago Legal News, is dangerously lit at her home at Chicago with an abdominal tumor that ie impossi ble 13 remove. Tha Rev. K. A. Lovett, pastor of the Bethany Baptist church at Peoria, Ills., has tendered his resignation because a newspaper correspondent slandered him, although the charges were proven to be false. Granville Murray, agent for a grain mer chant at Oneida, Ills., fired a bullet into bs brain on being accused of ahortage by his employer. Charles Erchorn has been arrested ia Alton, Ills. He recently married Susaa Iady, and the younic lady's father awore out the complaint against Erchorn, accus ing him of perjury in swearing to his kridVa name, and also of enticing a minor from home. Krchorn haa hidden his wife. Grand Rapids announces a decrease in her furniture sales. Twice in each year the big furniture manufacturers of the city have a furniture sale, when outside buyers may corue and make their pure-bases. These aales are held in January and June, aud so far the business Las fallen short of the average. W. J. Holt, superintendent of the Central Union Life Insurance awwiciation, met his death iu a peculiar manner at Fort Wayne, Ind. In throwing his overcoat upon a ta ble a revolver in one of the pockets was discharged, the ball striking Holt in the neck. A foreigner who recently applied for naturalization uipers at Maucn Chunk, Pa., was unnhle to give the name ot the present president, and upon being further questioned, confessed ignorance as to whether lie had been living si are his migration to this country under a republic or a monarchy. Asa result of one of Editor Stead's lec tures an organization will be formed at Milwaukee, consisting of ministers of all denominations, for the purpose of pi o tecting the church against all legislation dangerous to the people aud to the church. It is claimed at Chicago and Milwaukee that Professor Griegoron-itch, of Russia, a hypnotist, at the Chicago end of a tele graph wire put three women and one man to sleep by transmitting the hypnotic influ ence over the wire. Governor McKiuley, of Ohio, speaks at the meeting of the Ohio society of Chi cago. He rctu-t-U to be interviewed on politics. . Bco1 aad Caiy Hood's Hood's Snrsapnrilla is carefully firepared from Sarsaparilla, Dande ion. Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissewa, Juniper berries and other well known remedies, by a peculiar combination, proportion and process, giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla curative powers not possessed by other medicines. It effects remarkable cures when other preparations fail. Hood's Pills cure biliousness. The Kind of medicine you need is the old reliable tonic and blood-purifier. SARSAPARILLA it can have no substitute. Cures others, will cure you American Catarrh Cure. Tbc America Catarrh Care ia the ranlt of St sears start, aad treattneat of to diarae. One aoule coavtaet ttw am? rkeptlra'. It it always iay f r are. needing- aeltlier do jchor nor atom laer. It ri'rt'Tca the hearing, earea the aawktag caag! a at expectora' lsg, remove the headache and aoae bleeding. faerrae the appet te, pio dace nad slrew. Invigorate lh whole arateai and Increa ea the vita ttjr. Prepares only by W. B Jnoe, M. o.. Mo 2 Nona Eleventh atnet, Palladeliihla, or mailed aaywhete for St. Tor rt4 by all drag lot. Ilarts A Pahmea, a boleaale ageat. tit and ta Xineteeath atraet. ucfclslaad. Complete .t Manhood and how to attaia it. M laataaiedical work that tell thai dtacrlhn the cfeas, point the remedy. na la aeieatiicaliT the aMSt vainable, attlaUcallj the mot heautiral medical baak taaOaa ap-aaa.-ed for yearn; S3 pagntdwm nag, heartat a htlf-taa tllawratlaa In Unia. aanaa f the auajoela treated are Kervoaa DoMlltr, Imao taty. sterility. MTlPmat. Varicocele, TaoBsabaa U Tboa(inteading llarrlag,eta. aeerjt mM wae woaia Know Um m thpala fact. the ilwv.u, aad thai l 4 Ufa, hwiald It wffl aa aaa tree What io Caatoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta aad Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor cither Kareotle eubst&ncn. It Is a Iiarxuless subetituto for Paregoric, Props, Sootbins Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its crttaranteo U thirty years una hy Millions of Mothers. Castorua destroys Worms and allays leverlshness. Castoria prevents Tomitlni; Roar Cora, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria reUevea teething troubles, cures constipation aad flatulency Castoria assimilates tlio food, regulates the stomach and bowels, riving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria Is the ChUdreuTj Panaceathe Mother's Friend. Castoria. Cantnria la an eaerUnt niedk-lrrt for ebll- Huthera have repeatedlr toktmaofUa good effoct upua tbeir caildrea., Da. Q. C Osoooo, Lowell, Kaav "Castoria is the beat rarmMe for cbildrea of Wolch I am acquainted. I hope ihe day is not fa.-distant when nx if htri will consider Unreal nterrst of their cbiMren, aad oae Castoria In axead tJ Ibe various quack Dostrwros which are SVatnijIim their loved ones, by forcing 04um, Bsorphice, aoothing arnrp and other hurtful ageoU dowa their tbroata, thereiiy acsKuas tbam to premjOure grave." Da. I. T. EntcaVM, - Coowaf , ark. Cssnyany, Tl Xi "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR CAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO DAVIS CO. Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Gas and Steam Fitting, SANITARY PLUMBING. A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Eos a. Fin Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped establishment west of Chicago. DAVIS Wjuua. Mbltne, HI Telepboaa SO&S. Residence) Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. HORST VON KOECKRITZ, Analytic aEil DisDeosiiis Pbamacisi bcow located in his aew buildinc at tlecoraer of 111th STtaos aad Tweatythird ttreet. BUSINESS The Sastiactioa given at this School I varijed by saln Hull flu ilnau 112 and 114 East Second Street, DAVEHPOIir, IOWA. B i. IIiTpaoaf. IL J. Palmes. HUDSON & PARKER, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, 411 klada of Carpentering prosnpUy attended to. aWtiattfes foruished wkem defdred. Slwp cor first w ard tVryenteenth tt. Bock Island. SEIVEES & AUDEEJSON, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. AniDndB ot Carpenter Work Xofa, l; Castoria. " CatorU la so well adapted tochCl I recommend ttasauperkaTtoaajri kaowato bm." TL X. Aacasa, X. fX, tit So. OxfordSt., Brookra, V. T "Oyr phyaiclaiis ia tha chiklrea'a ment have asoiiea highly of their ence in their outaUa practice wuh ( and although we ocly hare anedtcal auppliea what ia known as lasalar products, yet we are free to eoafeas that tha neriacif Castoria has won aa to look Wat) favor u;a it," Usirn noarrrat. asro Oiaraaaaan. Aixas C. Sana, frr.. urrmy Btrawt, Hww Tark Citf. 112. 114 Weet SeTonteanth at. Telephone 1 148. TSlsnhoaa Ilea HOPPE. THE TAILOR, 1S03 Socond ATenne. COLLEGE. 'I ? T.'l I 3 ! UVxh. il aea.t,Bn vnua. rnwi.wl tad Wi etamDr reaat Ai 0nsraaaaaiaanaiiai