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Vfe Present Arguments To tbe pnrM that are hatd to resist. Wo Mil only tbo very boat, and make tbo prices low enough to attract all. Jote a few: . McLaughlin's XXXX Coffae, per package.. Santa Clans Soap per package Fancy Dairy Bntter, per pound Buttermilk Soap, per eako Honey Drip Sjrop, per gallon..... Fancy Balk Olivts, ptr quart Fancy small Gherkins, per gallon Best Granulated Corn Meal, per sack Best Rje Meal, 20.ponnd aack Fancy Evaporated Ring Apples, per pound... Large. Fancy, Fat Her. rings, per dozen Best Columbia River Sal. mon, regular 20o can, D3W 12c 2;e 10c ic I9c 20c 2lc 7c 21c 5c 17c 14c Pride of the Fair Flour, best Minnesota wheat Q patont made, per sack L Imperial Flour, full e nc patent, per sack.. t.'vO Sweet Corn, per can 5c Wisconsin Full Cream "T Cheese, per pound .... We are located in tbe busiest store, in tbo busiest block, in the busiest street in Daren, port. If you don't want to bay, come in and look around Vis itors ara alays wel come. THE MODEL GROCERY DEPT., The Fair, The Emerson Co Davenport. Tel. 334 TBI COl'NTT tEMPLE. Traaafara. June 3. Peter Bank to William Par chert, se nw and ne awl, 16, 16, 4w, se s and nj aw, 16, 16, 4w, 2,60U. County clerk to David Cramer, part lot 7, assessor's plat, 83, 18, lw, 1.300. I 4 Elisabeth Maxwell by adminis trator, lot 1. 2, 3, 4, and 5, block 1, Marshall's add., Cordova, f too. J. C Glesler to N. O. Giesler, lot 7, block C. Griffith A- Co. 'a add.. Mo line. 400. Thomas Vanater et al to Jonas Shelter traot in lot 11, nw 6, 16. 4w 110. Jonas Shelter to George Shelter to George Cunningham, tract in lot 11, nw 6. 16. 4w, 60. William Drury to William N. Mar tin. let 6. nw( 6. 16, 4w, $M. William Blakely to William N. Martin, lot 1, eel nw 6, 16, 4w, 1110. Moline National bank to E. H. Gayer, lot 11, block 4, lot 2. block 6, Columbia Park add.. Rock Island; original lots 7, 8 and 9, Le Claire's reserve. II. Juoe 5 Clark Corbin to William Ferris, part lot 1, block C, J. G. Franklin's add., Barstow, 780. June 7 R. C. Cool to Loraine Case, lots 1, 2, 9 and 10, block 2, old town of Cordova, 1500. Anna M. Biggs et al to F. C. Trouty, tract in 20, 2e, f 400. June 8 County clerk to Jamrs (Juinn, part lot 1, block 1, towu of Milan. John C. Moore to Landon C Moore, part outlot 3, Wait & Walkers' sec ond add., Reynolds, $200. James (Juinn to John Hinderer, part lot 1, block 1, town cf Milan, 8. Beaver Dam, O., Ang. 27, 1895, My daughter, after being treated by four doctors, and being given up lor lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. Today aha is able to walk "eral miles without fatigue. I tool we would have lost bar if it was not for your medicine. Respectfully, Mks. J. M. Bailst. Sold bv M ?. Bahnsea and T. II. Thomas, druggists. Cascarsts stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels Sever slcksa. weaken or trio: lOeaata. HDY CUntCOIISTIPATIOIl lO 25 SO "M. IRSnT TTTPTT CTTIBIlWVrt taaan araar avifvuwiBiii wwanaiBowtfTfcBrrtarrtaa,S THE RELIGIOUS REVIVAL. CMIIauUM of the Octroi HUH BlMt- The revival servicea In progress, under the leadership of Messrs. Os trom and Hillia, were characterised yeaterday by the deepening and wid ening ol religious Interest. The afternoon meeting la the Baptist church was marked by deep convic tion. Alter a neart-touenmg sermon on prayer Evangelist Ostrom showed oy niatory ana illustration anas uoa was more ready to anawar than we to ask. Several came forward to ex press their desire torn better life, and to declare their purpose to fol low Christ. The evening service in the Central Preabyterian church was more largely attended than on tha previoua even Ing. A halt hoar of song under the leadership of Mr. Hillia prepared the congregation for the exercisea whieh followed. The evangelist's text was My Lord and My God," the cry of Thomas to Jesus when con vinced of Hit resurrection. He ad dressed those who had become dis couraged in their religious life and had fallen back into their old ways. He pointed out with wonderful troth and power the cause of these religi ous shipwrecks. Thomaa' discourage ments bad caused him to doubt, so most backsliders were discouraged people. He then mentioned the causes of discouragement and fail ure. Dissipation was a frequent cause; but a serious occaaioa was the tove of money. Men were drunk with the love of money. Othera had fielded to religious discouragement oecanse ol trouble. Death bad in vaded their in net most circle, or dis aster bad overtaken their most Cher lahed plans. Still other there were whose discouragementa grew oat of lunanessior amusement, who took ih keen edge oft their convictions, and K ft them without pleasure or in terest in the christian life. To all ih.se, the evangelist made a strong appeal, urging them to return to their first love, and assured them of tbe wonderful mercy of a divine Savior, and renewed joy in Hia eerv- ce. xne neart searching discourse was followed by the song "Lord I'm Coming Home," by Mr. Hlllis, which reduced many to teara in the con gregation. One of the beautiful features of the meeting is a servioe for the aged and infirm to be held in the Broad. way church tomorrow at 10 a. m. Carriages will oall for those who are unable to go otherwise, wherever they can be fonnd. The day will open with a aeries of cottage prayer meetings in many nomes Detween o ana o'clock. Afurnoon services at the Baptist church at 3. Evening services at 7:30 at tbe Central Presbvterian. A great feature of tbe afternoon meetinga is the kindergarten depart ment. All children are taken care of by a committee of ladies, while the mothers give attention to the ser vices. The ladies have provided toys, etc, for the juvenile amuse ment. Friday a rove' and girls' meeting will be held at 4:15 p. m. at the M. r.. cnurcn. t Other services later will be Fridav at 2:15 p. m. women's meeting; at 3 p. m. preachers' and at 7:80 p. m. preacmng. tm puia. Send vonr addreaa to H. v.. RnnV. lin & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial Will CODvinna wnn nf their merits. These pills ara easy in avtiuu sou are particularly ertective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have been proved in valuable. They are guaranteed to be oerfectlv free from avnrv dnlAtnrinaa substance and to be purely vegetable. ney ao not weaken Dy their action, but bv civic IT tnnn to atnmft mnA bowels greatly invigorate tha sys- ujui. necuiar size 20 cents ter box. Sold by Harts & Ullemeyer, drug gists. Spit aatf Saaaka Vow Ufa Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easuy ana xorever, do maae well. strong, magnetic full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac. tbo wonder worker that makes weak men strong, Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 400,000 eared. Buy No-To-Bae from your own druggist, who will guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam plea mailed free. Addres Sterling Remedy company, Chicago or New lor. ChraUi KkMulka Cutd. Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis, Ind says: "For several months after spraining my ankle I waa severely afflicted with rheumatism. I finally triel Detchon'a 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism, and in four daya could walk without my cane; two bottles cured me sound and well. Sold by Otto Grotian, druggist, loot beeoad avenue. Rock Island, Gust Schlegel Son. 220 West Second street. Dav enport. CATHARTIC T Breasts arthataalLas4 taav.arKwfaik. an. WT ll 111 A M l I 1 ..13! ALL OPENING OF THE NEW INN. Saaaoa's Gaiety Bajraa at BlMk Hawk's Watt Tnrar. The handsome new inn at Black Hawk'a Watch Tower waa opened to the public laat evening, the season's gaiety being inaugurated with a dancing party given by tha Sheridan club, an organisation whieh baa al- ready gained a reputation for the refined nature of its social events The commodious building, with its bright lights, glittering wails, floors and fixtures, shone out in all ita splendor. The inn will be a busy place from now on, three more dance being arranged tor this week. The first will occur tonight. It is given by Moline society people, and prom ises to be one of the season's notable events. The arrangement of the dance hall on the second floor ia ex cellent. It ia provided with aeveral rooma, to be need for wardrobe and toilet purposes, while the veranda, extending ardond the entire building and commanding an excellent Hew of the country on all sides, is acces sible by a number of doors. There were over one hundred couples at the Sheridan club's party, which was a very delightful affair, the young folks continuing in the merry dauce until 2 o'clock this morning. Musio was furnished by Otto'a orchestra. At midnight luncheon was served in the dining hall by Manager McHugh. The public attractions at the Tower lust night consisted of a concert by Peterson's band and the vaudeville entertainment at the summer thea ter. The Schiller Vaudevilles have opened a week's engagement. Peo ple who saw their opening perform ance last night were highly pleased. Tbe company consists of several ar tists, whose idea of entertainment is one that will strike a popular chord in public estimation. The first promenade concert at Black Hawk Watch Tower Inn will be given by Albert Peterson's orchea tra Tuesday evening, June 15. A LITTLE HOR8E aaaae aad It Laada Bear. If a man would give his high-bred horse, day after day, a concoction to drink, that was a certain detriment to digestion, and that slowly pois oned the stomach, liver and nerves, he would be considered a definite fool by all knowera. Some men's bodies are worth as much as that of a good horse. In the isolated cases where this fact seems clearly estab- usnoa it wouia be the part of good. cool judgment, and plain every day common aense, to give such a body as i air treatment as one wouia to the horse, particularly when it ia re membered that with a good physical Dooy, kept in neaun ana strength, man can do things. mere is quite as great a contrast between the worth of a well man and a sick one, as between a well horse and a foundered old wreck, to say nothing of the feelins of the crit ter" in either case- Blind to the cause of his physical ails, and women too, man persists dav after day in pouring into the protest ing body, a liquid drug called coffee. known by all chemists and physi cians, to contain the same poisonous alkaloids as found in strychnine. morphine, whisky and tobacco, and to require a powerful constitution to withstand. The weak ones sink un der the iniduous drue daily admin istered, and seldom know enough to spot tneir enemy. "How do we know coffee is the enemy r" some ask. li tne little spark of common sense flash again, and direct, that oonee be left oft for 10 days. Ton may not get entirely wen in that time, my impatient friend, yon would like to ride down hill for several years and climb back in 10 days, but yon must let the little spark flash again. The quickest way to get np the hill of health ia by the royai roaa oi gooa fooa ana nourish' ing drink. After a long line of experiments looking to the production of a health oonee, the rostum Cereal censpanv. Lim., of Battle Creek, Mich., per fected "Postum" by a skillful treat ment of the healthful grains, and the Postum now stands as a liquid food drink of great value, while it can not be distinguished from the choicest coffee in its color, and the taste is such that it is easily mistaken for Mocha coffee. Its introduction into the home means that adulta and children can have all the enjoyment oi conee ana aaiiy add to their bodily health by the addition of just so much nourishment, in palatable form, as the pure graina of the field contain. "It makes red blood" Is tbe trade mark., and the rosv tinea of health attests the truth- of the statement. There is but one genuine original Postum Cereal coffee, with a mnlti. tude of imitations offered aa "just as Dover. N. H , Oct. 31, 1896. Messrs. Ely Bros.: The Balm reached ma safely and in so short a time the effect is surprising. My son saya the first application cave decided relief. I have a ahelf filled with "Ca-arrh Cures." Tomorrow the stove shall receive them and Ely'a Cream Balm will reign supreme. Re- MkS. FRaKKLIV FXEKMAX? Cream Balm is kept by all drag- giais. i uii sue ou cents. Trial size 10 cents. We mail it. Ely Baos . 56 Warren St. N. T. City. The man who bag not passionate cal attachments can never bmiM lo- pa- triotio in any broad or generous sense. American xnena. JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN. lafmaiallia mt later tka V r E4 of tka Vmomtj. Joslin, June 8. Frank Bryant ia laid np with a sprained back. vr. ft. uuick, the dentist, will have an office day at Joslin eaeh week. Mrs. Frank Dillon and daughter. of Moline, ' have been visiting rela tives here. Miss Bessie McConochie, of Rock Island, has been visiting with the Misses BeaL A common expression among the farmers for several weeks has been too cold for corn." For the good of humanity in gen eral it ia to be hoped that Jack Frost will not pnt in another appear ance until next December. One of the three direstors of Os borne school has been waited upon by IS teachers making application for the fall term of school. Twins have come to the residenoe of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knockemua. They weigh 14 pounds and are of the masculine and feminine gender. Mrs. John alisfeldt has been a great sufferer from cancerous affec tions, and is now in serious danger of blood poisoning in consequence is c. uonanoo ana ueorge wain- wright were the successful bidders for the 70-foot bridge near the Methodist meetioe house. Their bid was $140. We are creditably informed that the proprietors of the Barstow cream ery propose to make butter for 8 cents a pound in order to retain i heir customers. A whole grist of carpenters from Moline came by train and eot off at Joslin Thursday morning last, and the hammers, taws, chisels and planes were at once aet to work on W. H. Whiteside's new residence. The spring terms of our schools are all drawing to a close, and some of the pupils are correspondingly happy. Willow Vale tchool held a picnio in S S. Beal's erove 8aturdav last. Maude Crompton, teacher. The day waa lovely and the scholars and teacher with aome visitora enjoyed themselves with a sumptuous repast. wuo toe cream, xney likewise en joyed themselves with games. Willie Adams, son of David Adam. who haa not been entirely well for some time, but yet haa been in busi ness at Barstow, was taken seriously sick Thursday last, and hia friends going down to render him some assistance, found him too sick tor removal. However, he waa finally brought home, and passed a very bad night. He is not expected to recover. The new creamery at Rose Hill -tarted np Wednesday morning last with 9,800 pounds of milk. They are now receiving over 5,000 pounds. ana tney propose at tbe start to make batter for 4 cents per pound All the shareholders wish is to make reasonable interest upon their in vestment and at the same time ran the creamery for the interest, as much as possible, of the patrons ef the creamery as well aa the share holders. Friday morning last William Nold was unfortunate in having his team get away again. This time it was caused by a rivet coming out of tbe lines, so that he lost all control of the horses. He stepped upon the tongne to regain the droppea line. out tne norses running into the ditch npset tbe milk cans, demolished a pailful cf eggs and threw Mr. Nold partly oat, so that bis loot became jammed between the sand board and wheel, and in falling canght the reach, and thua saved himself being dragged upon the ground. The horses were baally stopped, bat it waa still a difficult matter to extri cate the foot, and on the whole it was somewhat marvelous that he escaped a broken limb. Mbltch in Pakvo. A man may dress as well as hia own good judgment and the assist ance of an artistie tailor may elect. He may take bis "tubs" but if his digestive organs are out of order, he will have an unwholesome appear ance. His complexion and the white of his eye will have a yellowiah cast. Hia tongue will be coated, appetite poor, hia teeth rusty, hia breath abominable. He is one big, unmis takable sign of constipation. The quickest, surest, easiest way to cure this trouble is to take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Toey a re made of refined, concentrated vegetable ex tracts. Nothing in the least harm ful entera into their composition. They hunt down all impurities, and "make them move on." They are the product of many years' study and practice. Dr. Pierce cannot afford to put forth a worthless article. Address with 21 cents in one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, World'a Dispensary Medical Association. Buffalo, N. and get a free copy of the "Medical Adviser." ruwiraaj. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro blind, bleeding, ulcerated and itching pllea. It absorbs the tumors, allaya the itching aft onoe, acts as -a poultice, giving instant re lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint ment ia prepared only for piles and itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Every box u guaran teed. Sold by druggists or sent by mail for 60 cento aadfl per box. Wuxiaju M't'o. Co., Props.. Cleve land, Ohio. For sale by all drug gists. , fw Ovwr rtfty Yaawa Mrs. W.nslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children ttfct,.r it soothe the child, softens the gams, allsys all pain, cures wind colie, and is the heat ramadv fnv rftawkA Twenty-five cento a bottle. t WEDDING BELLS RINGING. r.x. The marriare of William L. Lu dolph, of this city, and Miss Ida bundle, was celebrated today at Rock Falls, Iowa. Daniel C. Murphy, et the plumbinr and beating firm of Blake 4k Marphy. and Miaa Emma Tortioill, of Gales- burg, will be married Jane 15. The ceremony will take place at Corpus Christ! church, Galeabnrg. at 9 a. m Mr. Marphy manages a branch plumbing establishment whieh hia firm conducts at Galeabnrg. where he and hia bride will take np their abode. Banna am mun Rapids Citv. Jane 8. Hal Adama is painting Mrs. A. J. Johnson's store inside and oatside. Albert Tubbs aad elster, Maggie, of Bock . Island, called on frienda here last week. Monday's election passed quietly here. The straight democratic ticket waa in the majority. w. w. ma ton, division might agent of the Milwaukee, was locating a slock yard here thia week. ueorge iionstetter is learning telegraphy. George ia an apt pupil and will make a good operator. M. H. r olscber. oar local cigar maker, baa added another man to his force, owing to increase of busi ness. Many year a have passed sinee the bell of the M. E. church has rang here, but we understand it will again ring out good tidinga of great joy. with crank Sbafer aa minister, stay the good news be true. Capt. George Senthouse, formerly of this place, died at hia home in Le Claire Friday evening laat. Capt. senthouse was a popular river man and hia andden death was a surprise to his many frienda. The funeral occurred from hia home in Le Claire Monday. He leaves a wife and baby boy. Don't think because yon are sick and nothing seems to give yon relief mat you can't oe curea. There must be a cure for yon somewhere. If your doctor csn't cure yon. per haps he haa mistaken the cause. Anybody is liable to make a mistake sometimes. One in three of as suffer from in digestion, and one out of three dys peptics doesn't know it. That is, he may know he is sick, bat he blames it to something else. Indigestion is the cause of half of onr dangerous diseases. Shaker Digestive Cordial, made from tonic medicinal roots and herbs, is the most natural cure for indigestion. It relievea the symp tom and cures the disease gently, naturally, efficiently, giving fresh life, strength and health to aiok dys peptics. At druggists. A trial bottle for 10 cents. ! straw FaaUar overcomes as when inferior prepara tions are recommended by unscrupu lus dealers aa "just as 'good aa Fo- leey'a Honey and Tar Congh Syrup," when we know the unequalled merits ot thia great medicine. Bold by at. F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas, drug gists. SPECIAL SALE -OF- Bieyele Sundries Regular price. Aladdin Lamps, mya- tio lighter attached 12 50 Record Cyclometers, 10.000 miles and trip 1 50 U. S Cyclometers, 10,000 miles and trip 150 Bells, the best 76e Luggage Carrier 1.50 Locks 25o 20th Century Lamps. 3.00 Pants' Guarda 5o Patching Rubber. 12 pieces 25c Toe Clips 40c Lacing Cord, black and gold, per yard. fie Ki Ti'e too Scranton Stick Graph ite. S aticks for... Rubber Cement, large tubes 25s Rubber Cement, small tubes 10c 2 Imperial Bicycle Wrenchea 76e Star Cement 30o Lubricating Oil, 8- ounce cans 25o Lamp Oil, 8-ouace cans 25 e Chained Lightning Lubricant for chain 25o Grip Wire 1.00 Foot Pomp 3 00 Fibre Buck Grips . . . 50c Cork Grips 50e Wood Rims 1.00 Myers Bieyele Steads. 1.50 Stearns Bicycle Staada 2 50 Oae Home Trainer... 12.00 Oar price. 11.75 1.00 75e 60e 75c 15e 200 5e 15e lfie 2o 15e 5c for So 25c . 15c 15e 15e 10s SOe 50c SOe SOe 50e 75e 100 5.00 Come while they last. Mak ing room for new goods. C. A. SPENCER, 202 iSthSt. 4. R RIGHT W: S. HOLBROOK 10S. 105 aad 107 East SPECIAL! All Small Sizes in Ladies' Oxfords For the Balance ef This Week. wmmci THE BEST JUDGE Of what coastitutes good beer is the man who drinks beer in the sane way that he eats his meals whenever he leels he wants it. 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