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THE AltOTB. TUESDAY, MARCH G, 1C34.
LaJ lard at GilmniV.
Pens lOt a raa at Long.
Cntist lalt ttc. at Don's.
Saw Loaf ad oa another page.
Caa cora. tare for Sic. at Long'.
Fraatlortl .if at Baackrs
Blackberries, three cast for tic,
Lttc. radishes aat spiaach at
CVlee raages aat baaaaas at
Adam's aectioaed diaatr backet
aw yonr mapoas aa4 ft Tbk
Aaot art library.
war tit raasiral gems ta Tun
Anocs booh of eag.
F. W. McKe wat to Chicago this
aaoratag oa bastaes.
A fall lia of Import! aad dome
tl eh at Knacker's.
Joka Llori left for Tu Madison.
Iowa. today oa business.
Now U the tin to sow roar blae
grass ami. Long aecTs lU
Moaer to Ioaa oa real estate ecur
It;. Applr at Jackson 4k Ham's.
Sninag. pars'. otcr plant,
cauliflower and celery, "at Hess Bros.
Keep track of The Aaiis coo pons,
aad receite the art series aad music
trees a r.
A eitiseas eaucu. will he held at
Baral tow a ka!l. Saturday, March 17,
at S fx ta.
Choice piaearrle. M!tn crape.
For al Second-hand Ha'.l (e.
la A 1 eoaditjoa. C. B. Brightman,
Oliver Graham i mentioned I a
dwtaecraiic can iida. tor the collec
tor btp nomination.
Baral ramp No. M. W. A. of
Baral held it annnal dance Friday
night. An enji-jable evening was
Samael .. Mf.jtn aa! Sarah C
Maneing. of ReynoMs. were married
by Justice Have yesterlay at hi
Mi Isrrbeart. of Chicago, ha ar
rived, an t will hare chare of the
lailliaerT department of the Bee
Hit at baTenpurt.
The monthly iataIme&t plan will
hay dwelling la choice street ear
aj hborhood. Trice frwm f&) to
fl.Cr. II. Carer.
Tk line t the Rock I .'and stotrs
aad raafts ka Bo cjaal. anl i
complete. They are bow getting
oat aiatv atoye. an J ranv-e a dav.
Sold by'Dat'd In.
Jaai.s Be'Inws ha received a letter
froaa William Ben. of Atlanta. Ca..
who I. living with hi daughter.
He U M rear oM an I ia rood health.
William BcU I an oi l tetUcr of Uock
Oa Sat a May eesnia A. Fajen
Ury. Urior at Wtt Second
Street. Iareaprrt. was the lock
poaor of the kej that opeaed th
boa coataiala; 2J" ia rd at S. B.
A S. boe hoe, of larrniort.
Loai r.'ockhoff Irate toiar for
fad!aaapn!i. where he will travel
for U. J. CriwoM A Co. tkmnh the
oathera rart of In liana aad Kea-
tackr. irevrg chceider i cow ia
reaeral charge of th Arcade atorc.
Jadjre J. M. Kiaaainl. who wa
appnid to hare eoniniitt! ufcide.
ha retaraed to battle. W-h. Kittr
Marcel!a. an actre with the pu
4er aad Fir" company, i aid to b
rpoa!Ll"for th ju.l coadact.
th. Coffee 1 at the Harper booe
all tat week. Hi hoar ar from
9:90 to 4 p. ta. and 7 to A. If
joa affer with ere. ear, ao or
throat trouble, go aad oee him. a
h la doiar tone woaderfal work.
Do aot aelect roar ere, if they ar
dim or wak. The bet i alwar the
Th dead bodr of a female child
bat a few dar old wa found oa
Oneida arcane, ia Darenport. at I
o'clock yevterdaj afternoon br two
littl ffirl roin; to chnol. The
child bad been exposed about two
day, aad it oaljr eoreriojr wa a
ptc of browa papor. Ta croc I
aaother i aakaowa. , '
Tk Trl-Cltj Miaiterial atsooia
tloa held a nvwt enjorable meeting
yterIr atternooa ia" th Y. M. C.
A. building. Th wire of th pa,
tor participated, and several new
BMmbers were elected. A dinner
wa served ia tbe dioinjr room of th
baildinir by th Km k Inland Minis
terial union. Th neat fneetiag will
b held May 7. ia lloline.
AwaraUd ZZlcbact ZXoatm
KOST FERFECT MADE
AMCraMCMamaTanar fovdar. hn
Th follow tag jurors bar been
drawn to serr tho special. April,
term of coart. and thahlaj term:
AaeM TrirH t-awitu
Cordova -Joseph Green. August
Co Charlea Brown.
Hamptoa Thoma tiaiaer, Oliver
Cook. Jacob Reiling.
Soath Molin Charles Cornwall.
J. R. Smith. orseScherer.
Moliae V. T. Miller. Henry
t;rlpp, Jr.. Frank Beatty. Charles
lliata. J. P. Johason. Oorr vVieae,
Job a Seyder. John O. Clell.
houtb' Rork Iland Joseph Bol
liarer. Charles Brahar.
Rock IIaad W. O. Barnhart.
Oorre Crave. J. W. Cowdea.
Charles Mot. Richard Colmer. J.
K. Hemrwey. J. IL Cleland. Robert
Beck. Joth Kail.
Black Hawk WOsoa Matthews,
Bowling James Blakeley.
Andalusia Gil Young. J. D.
Edpington David Richardson. .
Buffalo Prairie Walter Kimball.
Cordova Edward Cool.
Port Byron W. I). Woodward.
Hampton Morris Heagy, Peter
(intb. John Mohr.
Moline D. K I Van, C, W. Icke.
William Condo, U. S. Wood. A. A.
Crampton. Aout Lingren, Ben
Larvon. Andrew Nelson, Jesse A.
Cowley. J. II. Miller. F B. Keator.
AuratC. Carlson. Alfred Johnson.
Aupit Golberg. H. Ede, Pcler Rei-
Rock Inland Han Hartman.
George Barker, W. S. Fulmcr, Fred
Black Hawk Georce Evener. J.
H. Gilmore, John Fit ipat rick.
Charles Zahn. William Dickson.
Bowling James Bettv, Jataes
Andalasia J. M. Dunlan.
llraary Oliver Sbirkey. Wiley Es
May Trrm rirt Paaol.
Coe William Barker.
Zuma Daaiel B. Noah.
South Moline Nathan Erickson.
Moline fi. P. Friberg. Alfred Sa
line. Augunt Peterson, . P. Ander
son. A. Nordtrom. John Brown.
IL Mceder. H. D. Dimock. Andrew
Am. Henrr Peters. Martin Kron-
holm. W. Ii. Walter. John Kronholm.
A. P. Q. Gn.tafson. Ilcnrv Schmidt.
Soath Rock Island M. G. Field.
William K. Bailer. W. S. Gardner.
Rock Island Jarnes S. Gilmore,
Richard Uovd. Peter Bladel. William
Grot. CLarUs Collins, Peter Phile-
Black Hawk Perrr Walker.
Kara! James Mckea?, U. R. Mc-
Candle . Kotert J. Bailey.
Andalusia Lewis Hartman.
Edzington James Kcleher, Jr. S.
Buffalo William Sloan.
Drnry Ira Reynolds.
'4 1 I.
Cordova C IL Quick. G. W.
Hampton Henry Roiling, F. B.
Ewart. Victor Uokenson, Henry
South Moline August Almgrcn.
Moline L. F. GamMe: NeTs Lof-
naisL. John FL Owen. John Il-rrr
Johason C. Brown. Andrew Natt. C
F. Holm. August Freed. George H.
South Rock Island John Man.
Rock I-land F. G. Yonnsr. J. G.
Ha a toon. Ed Kreis. Jacob Anthonv.
James Dixon. II. II. Holland. Wil
Rural Georce Bosold.
Ugington II. J. Patterson, David
Kobinson. James Galnler. J. A. Car
penter, John Millet t, Joseph Sim
mon. Bowling Miner Curtis.
Buffalo Prairie Thomas E. Cole.
Drury Elbert McGrecr, Birl How
ard, Elmer Reynolds.
Si PftWl Ifutn 1(17. P. P mmCm-miI
threw degree apoa Thomas J. Dona-
aoe, a icv memoer. last ntgns. ana
it was a rather nansual thing to
la a aiaffla niirbt. tho Sir KwiirThts
the number of 40 aamhlMi in
their hall in Car block. The cere
monies were conducted hv DiumI.
lor Commander W. B. Graves. Su
preme Bepreseautive Gen. W. A.
Schmltt wa nmong the attendants.
Immediatelr after tha reremnniM a
banquet was served br tha bora
which would have done the renowned
To steep up herb, and so she tried
puis ana cathartics till she was sal.
low and bilious as an opium eater.
Then she took a friend's advice and
began nsins Parks' Tea. Now she
is fresh and blooming "as a daisy."
Fair weather; nearly stationary
temperature totlar and tonight.
growing warmer Wednesday: west-
t.J.W alz. Observer.
If you decide to take Hood's Sar-
aaparilla do not be induced to buy
any suostitut article. Take Hood 'a
and only Hood's.
DtesvUtt; Over Fruit.
Two men got lcto a controversy over
straaso looking fruit which theysatr
on a stand in the vvothingtoa market.
and tbe other bcHered it to be aoca kid
of tomato,- They referred th onsstioc
to tbe dealer, who said:
"It's an alligator pear, and your dis
pute about it reminds mo of a difference
between n coapl of my enstomers over
a pumpkin. They couIdnT agree that it
was not a squash." ew York Tdbssl
Land-Beekera .irunina. On Jan.
. Feb. 13. March IS. April 10 and
juy o, ion, iow rate excursion uck
eU may be had at th Burlington'
orace vo ail points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. 80 davs from date of
sale. For particulars apply to
M. J. Yocko,
Agent. Rock Island.
IL D. Mack. D. P. A.
tSafes. Safes. Safes. Safes. Safes.
Three-ear latches. World's fair ex
position safes 25 per cent off.
C. B. Bbioutw am. Harper House.
THE U. & D. .
The Partington route will sell
tickets trom Rock Island to San
Francisco, Los Angeles. San Diago,
at I29.SS. round trip 49.25. Ticket
now on sale.
H. D. Mack. D. P. A
SceoaJ-baad fire and burglar-proof
safes of all makes cheap and oa easy
terms. c. B. BuoBTnAK,
r- mm t v--, -J
Brings comfort and improTemeEt and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tbe many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, wiih
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value ta health, of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Fig.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tbe refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling cold. headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has givsn satiafaction to millions ssd
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance. '
Syrup of Fir is for sale by all drag
gist in 50c and f 1 bottles, but it is man
afactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
packaee, aIo the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
At KRELL & MATH'S,
By the cup, every cup made to
order in a moment's time.
What nicer lunch do vou want
than a good cup of coffee with
pure rich cream, a nice ham
sandwich, French rolls or plain
buns and butter, with a lovely
slice of cream pie for desert, or
if you want something more
substantial, try a
Served in any style; also br the
can. We want you and your
friends trade, and we will see
thai they, are served with the
. best. Krell & Math aim to make
and serve the best luncheons in
the three cities, and furthermore
wish to say that our Coffee and
Chocolate cannot be equaled
If you are busy, and can't go
home, step into Krell 4k Math's
and lunch with them.
1716 ui 1118 SMoad AT,
To Cash Purchasers.
- In order to reduce stock and
increase my cash sales, for the
next 80 days I will give a cash
discount of 6 per cent on every
dollars worth of goods sold for
spot cash. Nothing reserved
purchasers can make their
own selection at '
C1IAS. J. LOITG'S
Corner Bine teen th street and
' . 1 a - .
The finest and best wrought
steel range on the market.
Don't be deceived by parties
offering poor, light, rough con
structed steel ranges, but call
and examine our line of M. 4k D.
ranges, which are in use in
nearly a hundred of the best -families
in the city.
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a aHaadoa
aat to rant rooaii
Waav a aerrant girl
Want . to aril a farm
Want to acll a boas
Want to abanfre anTtUna
Want te .ell nouehokl cood
Want fake any rtaiaiuu loan
Want to acU or trad Sor anjtarac
Want ta Sad cnatoacn tor anything
CS THXSX COLCKSB.
Tat Daily arqcs diutirid attouk
aarOTcr mats for 10 pmt week.
AXTKD-A HorSK FOR 811 AIL FAULT.
Maarrmi l - Ida coce.
AST ID-A Ginf. FOR GENERAL HOUSE
won App.j ai urn rourtu avaue
WASTKD A FEW GDOD CANVASSERS.
r.atmer or ladlt I nM...u.M
Appljr Wood A) Warner, tner VoUne NaUaaai
Bank. aolin. 111.
VJ7AVTE A SlTDtTIOT TTnrCftni
Ff ried man. with pmn. f iuul u
"Si" ed. w .iliac to work rewm,hle. AddteM.
tiz, sen. o. ceo t coant y, loo.
PR UEltT-TUB STOKE. SO. MIS SECOND
atenae. witk tbe a.-.tair Inrludnl will
rant it tor a saloon or at-r other bustac.. or down
taHsarnarata. Forranlealan cali at WI Main
i.acater marun a. iMTcnnott.
T17A5T1D A "ALKSW am TO xa w-
7 ran be nude with our c-iod In anf local.
- i4i tiru.v n or lorieii aiuj. Maiarv oreora.
i-alo-. a. toa prefw. The res h of a tew
boar work oltea eaails a week.wm Ari-
dtOM, , -MAXCracrcajuta,- P. O. box aSM, Boe-
Af mil ere bar (re or buy a hnrtne, real ea'ate
ic tT. towa or roontni nn-k nt
eateit. InrenrtoB. rtock.. b-ixK. n ebiccry r
Thcaeaad. of iaatment hroke.-. and real etate
genu erery here in Um I'niled Mates wl I a.
iat yon to aV . Twcnty-Sre word of adeer
titnt one time f-ee in -tip-cial Edition" 1 cent
t.ri a4it'L. .1 w.t,li ... .
cent tamp for w-klr riper for ore mt th.
good for ) day ia recalar edition, tanaediate
BVitio-t. afenrtjo thl ever. Adrtre.. The
InTf I fli I t 1 MVrtl l'i.)u. m r-
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist and Opti
cian, tyes testea ire ol charge.
Eurj PUB WARRAJiTEa by
TOLLET K3S. k CO.
1 o "KOR-i-Kooar is the
beat : spectacle made. For
.wuuw r""nn anriy to
McEmvre-Mech -Dry Goods co.
One Week More and
That the Last,
Of our grand clearance sales. Successful as the past two weeks have been we ar
going to make the third the best of them all, and sharp bargains will be the order
of the day.
Capes and Jackets
What is left of the winter stock must go this week. f
LISTEN 2i plush garments, best quality Walker & Lister troods. with i
ornaments, were $20 to $42, price for this week drops to $10. This is a rare oppor-
-) iitisscs jdciveis, which sum up iu 32, m 79c eacn.
"-piv., nw nana vj mis iivrnj , aim Ktl llic CllcapCSl 3.11 CI DeSt ClOak bar
gains, will not fail to attend this sale. Come early. r
For one week more the 50'per cent discount Dress Goods table will prove an
attractive spot. We have added a number of splendid values, and you should r
fail to secure a good dress at half price. Watch the daily papers for our barvafn
Thursday announcement. New Spring Goods arriving daily.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
J . KEIOT.
By, Sofl sad ataan property a
loan nraaey. eo!lect reata. mlmo carry a line of
daas Ira Inaaraaca cofapaaiaa. baildin lots
sal at all taederant additions.
proierry ta all parta at tbe city.
RaaatS. WtcbcU Lends bnildtnc
aoor. la rear at llckaU Lead bank.
WM M 00013
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
, trie, electro-thermal, etc.. may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen.
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
. m.. and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths mar be obtained at any
time dnring . business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh!
Doctor Hart's Anti-Septic and Med
icated Oil Treatment for Catarrh,
Asthma. Bronchial and Lung
It 1 the only remedy which hat erer cured Ca
tarrh permanently in the rhort period of from
three to Be week. A forfeit of S)B0 to any
pereoa who cannot be cuted of uaal or thro.t
flank in tlw time mentioned . Call oa Weetora
areat Bef ereace to tboae who ne been par
maantly cared. For farther tnformatioa oaUoa
W. H. OSBORNE.
Pet-unent and Western Agent,
Boom t, Ryan Block, Damiport, Iowa.
J. 1. SCHAAB,
C C DEALER W
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding dose
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CO. S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Plumbers, Steam, Gao Fitters,
Hoase Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Sat. BzL
wXOBBK 8CHAJZZ, Proprietor.
Asaaa. Const t
The chefsest Wine. Liquors Beer and Cigsrs tlwayj on Hind
UNDER ONE ROOF, FROM TIP TO TOE!
We mean by this that we have consolidated our Shoe Stock with the ClothiVstoiW-thatwe'an clothe
the male sex from head to foot, and to thoroughly, emphatically advertise this consolidation, W$ave
placed on sale the remainder of our " r
Ladles9 Shoes at Half Price.
$5 Shoes at
4 Shoes at
3 Shoes at
2 Shoes at
, I OO
You pay the price of one shoe,
and we give you the other, or two
pairs of shoes for the price of one
We have the largest stock of Men's Fine Shoes in this vicinity. A reduction in expense means a re
duction in price; or small expense1 SsSres consumers big profits. Other dealers are not in it. We are ' showing
the new spring styles of Gentlemen's Footwear. An immense line of our Celebrated Cordovans.
See the New Styles, Learn the New Prices!
Clotiilng and Shoe Store. 1729Seccr.d avenus, 116 to 124 Eighteenth steeeL