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From Now untn April 1st
You can buy Canned Goods
cheaper at Arnold's than others
pay wholesale for them.
Teas that vou oav from 40c to
60c per pound elsewhere at Ar
nold's for 25c.
1620 Second Avenue.
Men's Working Shoes in
bee, congress and buckle.
Boy's Shoes.
Youth's Shoes.
Misses' Shoes.
Women's Dongola Button
Russett Oxford.
" bl'k Oxford, pat. tip
Child's Dongola, plain and
patent tip.
Continued all this Week-
Last day Saturday, 25th.
"We shall endeavor to make this week a big bargain ee ,
all edd pairs ;f finer goods to be put in at One Dollar
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
aster! Easter!
Timely hints what to buy.
And where to buy the newest styles.
Pic xdilly Bluchers Tan
Knancal with Patent Leath
er TriramiDgs to match
Russia Leather and Don
gola in Boots and Half
Pioadilly Bouchers.
Patent Leather
Russia Leather,
,nd Calf
These styles are positively the latest.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport,
1803 Second Avenue.
Trv a dish of ice ereom or ice at
Krell & Math's.
Down with third termers and tricky
ery. Out upon McConochie.
J. C. Adams, of Chicago, is in the
city for a fewdayson business.
Every cup of coffee, chocolate or
tea made to order and in a moment's
time and served with cream no
milk at Krell and Math's.
Charles E. Kahlke has returned
from Chicago, where he completed
his second year at the Hahnemann
medical college.
For sale Good heavy team and
new wagon, cheap; owner wishes t
remove. A bargain if taken quick
Call at National Clay Co.
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
pat tie shells, cream pie and French
nr inin rn!1 witri i mti r.m if f
fee, tea or chocolate makes a line
lunch and Keell & Math have the
One of the blue line motor cars
took a little run across the street at
the corner of Fourth avenue and Fif
teenth street yesterday morning. It
was gotten on ajjain shortly after, no
damage to speak of being done.
Clara, the bright little daughter of
Preston Ball and wife of Taylor
Hidge, died at her parents' home there
on Saturday night, of jaundice, aged
10 years. The funeral occurred from
the home at lO o'clock this morning.
J. P. Newlmrger has practically
completed a deal for putting in "a
slide in the vicinity of the World's
fair grounds at Chicago, a number of
Chicago gentlemen having signified
a purpose to back him in the enter
prise. It is a desperate case with McCon
ochie and Miller. The chief was all
over the lower end of town Saturday
night abundantly provided with cash
and spending it freely in the interests
of the McConochie crowd. Hut the
unfortunate part of it was the chief
failed to make an impression other
than to again disgrace the police de
partment. Tii-atrical.
Wilson's minstrels are to appear at
Harper's theatre on Friday evening,
and the best minstrel entertainment
of the year will be presented.
We hear nothing but praise for
Eflie Ellsler's revival of "Hazel
Kirke." The production has caught
the public fancy and is meeting with
as great success as attended its earli
est presentation. The cast includes,
beside that inimitable Hazel." Miss
Ellsler; that veteran actor and origi
nal Dunstan Kirke,"' C. W. Cul
dock. Ellie Ellsler has an early date
at the liurtis next Saturday April 1.
For the production of '-The Fringe
fo Society," which is to be presented
in this city for the tirst time tomor
row night at Harper's theatre. Miss
Maude Granger, who is especially en
gaged for the role of t he ad vent urcss,
has had some truly magnilicent cos
tumes prepared. One very dainty
gown worn by her in the second act,
is a charming conceit of the Parisian
man milliner. Felix, -who has appar
ently designed it to make a sensation
in America. Two others are by lead
ing New York modistes and are said
to tie marvels in style and original
ity. Southern ixcnrsionr.
The Hurlington, Cedar Kapids &
Northern railway will sell round trip
excursion tickets from its principal
points to territory covered by the
Illinois Central and Yazoo & Mississ
ippi Valley railways, in the states of
Mississippi. Tennessee and Louis
iana, excepting Memphis and New
Orleans, at rate of one fare for the
round trip; tickets to be sold March
18. April. April lo. and May 8, 1893.
These tickets will be good for stop
over at all points in the states of
Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana,
excepting at Memphis, Tenn., and
will le good for return passage
SO days from date of sale. For
rates of fair, time of trains and other
information, call on or address any
ticket agent of this company or the
J. E. HaxnE(iAN,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.
Cedar Kapids. Iowa.
Both Kindt of lo
in addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice, the Kock Island
lee company lias arranged 10 supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu
factured in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Kock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Kock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artificial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
Democrat Deliberate.
There was an enthusiastic trather-
in" of democrats at Turner hall on
Saturday evening, ana a inorougn
canvass'of the situation was made.
.-.neniirafrintr reports from the differ
ent wards were received both as to
the aldermanic and city township
A nnitedeffort is to be made.
and remarks by several gentlemen
demonstrated the enthusiasm that
Thereby Hangs a Tale.
"And so. from honr to hour, we ripe and ripe.
And then, from hour to hour, we rot and rot,
And thereby hangs a tale."
And truly, "'lis a tale of woe," of one who had
a catarrh in the head for many years, and who
really had been 'rotting" from hoar to honr, un
til Dr. Sage 'a Catarrh Remedy came to hi no
tice. He used it at lint with slight signs ot re
lief, bnt he persisted nnttl a permanent core was
effected, and Urn world was again pleasant to
Ira in. From his awful Buffering he was set free
by the expenditure of a few dollars in that incom
parable lemedy. -
24 John B. Cornwell to Lydia B.
Altig, park lots 4 and 5, block 4,
South Moline, $1,800.
J. D. Taylor to Mary Bailey, lot 1
J. D. Taylor's first add. Kock Island,
f l, WO.
24 George Cook to Charles Hil-
denranilt, tract by metes ana oounas
sej i, 17, s?w, f2,300.
25 Conservatorship of James F.
Heck. Conservator's report tiled.
Guardianship of minor heirs of
w niiam Farrell. Letters oi guaru
ianship issued to Catherine K. Far
rell. Bond tiled and approved. Pe
tition by guardian for leave to sell
personal property in Nebraska. 1 e
tition granted.
A Word for Item.
C. W. Gleason of 911 Forty-fourth
street, this city, writing to the Mo
line Kepublican-Journal, says:
I read your art icle in last evoning's
issue regarding Mr. Bein, candidate
for alderman in the Seventh ward,
Kock Island, being an employe of the
Moline Wagon company. It seems
to me that the Union is at its old
tricks again of snubbing Moline. I
have always voted the republican
ticket straight. This year I propose
to vote for the best man, ami I, like
several .other voters in Edgewood
park, believe that politics should not
cut any iigure in the coming election.
I do not know Mr. Bein,
but from all I can learn, he is a
straight, square man, and just such
a man as the Seventh ward needs to
represent them. (Jive him your
votes; he is worthy.
There is T. J. Medill, Jr., candi
date for mayor, a clean, straight for
ward man, who will make the city of
Kock Island a lirst-class mayor. A
young man, one who is alive to the
needs of the city. Young men, is it
not time that the young men were
having something to say in these
city elections?
1 also want to speak of our retir
ing alderman. E. II. Guyer, who has
lxren as good a representative as the
Seventh ward ever had, has done
more for the Seventh ward in im
provements and we are sorry to lose
him. Voters of the Seventh, vote
for the best men. and if you do T. J.
Medill will be mayor and Mr. Bein
will be alderman.
The Modern Way
Commends itself to the well-formed,
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done in the crudest
manner and disagreeably as well. To
cleanse the system and break up
colds, headaches ami fevers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy, Syr
up of Figs.
S Swift's Specific S
SA Tested Remedy O
For All g
SA reliable cure for Contagious ja .
tioad foincn. Inherited Scro-
fula end CUin Cancer.
A3 a tonic for delicate 'AT cmen
acJ Children it hes r.o equal. J
SBcnx y.-.Tnly vegetable, ic; fcorm
leu in its ciTects.
SA iri'Mlsc on f.l-.'oJ nml f-kln Dt.- V
CUSOi u:alll-tl r:v:-: o;i :tj -j:uiltKil.
S SW;:T Lr-ECIf iC CO., G
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Washes sverythiDg from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER.
Telephone No. 1314
and how to attain it.
At last a medical work that tells the causes,
describes the effects, points the remedy. This
is scientifically the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful, medical book that has ap
peared for years ; 96 pages, every page bearing
a half-tone illustration in tints. Some of the
subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo
tency, Sterilitv, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, Those intending Marriage, etc.
Every man who would know the grand truths,
the plain facts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveries of medical science as applied to
married life, who would atone for past 'ollies
and avoid future pitfalls. hold writ-.- fr this
wonderful little biok. 1. ' - . .it free,
Bnder seal. Addrc tl- .
Erie Me !. " : N. V
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You can view furniture all
around the world, and you
won't find a better assort
ment For all Tastes.
For all Conditions,
For all Pocketbooks.
Fnrnitiire, Capts, Stoves, Etc.
If you promised the baby a new carriage,
remember, we can furnish it. Elegant As
sortment. A good carriage for little money.
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
Rock Island Buggy Co.
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will par you to call and cet our Low Prices
Before Buying.
Factory and Ware rooms on 16th street betweeD 1ft and 2d ve.
Retail Trade Cfpeclally solicited
Merchant Tailor
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Men's Artistic Tailoring.
The Fashionable Fabrics for Spring and Summer have
arrived at
AtL and leave your crder.
fLTt Blouk Opposite Hakper House;
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
and Seventh Avenne,
tVAU kimd of carpenUr workadlt7. riaas and aaUmataa foe aU adapts af
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