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THE A ROUS, THURSDAY, AP1IIL 18, 1895.
i5o0i'y uKwrafww i rustless t.v -m
5Ssn.iedT I ( LEST IN TtljJi
CAKES SJLYfci. I J5UN PASTE
FOR GENERAL 5. "" FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
BLACKING APPLIED AND APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH"
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Morse Bros. Props,Citofi,M!3,USA.
Sold by lien r j Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island.
We come to you again offering you
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r. j .- JfeT .UdV
Milaw. April 18. Amon tfiose
from Milan who attended the Birk-
enmever-Brockman nuptials at Bock
Island were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
White. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zahn.
Mrs. Zahn. Mr. and Mrs. Perry
O'Haver and Mr. and Mrs. Robert K.
Little. Mrs. R. E. Little played the
wedding march, entitled Marche
F. II. Caldwell sold a line match
team to C. II. Diddern and they are
F. B. Corson has commenced work
on the foundation of Dr. G. A. Wi
(Tins' new residence on Fourth and
Dickson streets. Like all his work,
Frank will do a good job.
The Tindall building on Main
street is assuming proportions and
will soon be a great improvement to
the town. Ihe building will be oc
nmird bv P. F. Zahn in addition to
bis new store.
Milan will soon have a broom fac
tory, the manufacturer of the Lov
ell broom, of Columbus Junction
having made arrangements to start a
factory which will in turn become an
important industry, giving employ
large numoer 01 men.
Leaf lard at Schroeder's.
F. K. Eberhart took a spin to Rey
nolds today on his wheel.
Don't fail to read Jackson Hurst s
ad. if yon hare money to invest.
Select nursery stock of all kinds
for sale at corner of Fourth and Main
Mrs. David Hawes departed today
for Bushnell. where atie will visit a
con pie of weeks with her sister. Mrs.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twentv- first and Twenty -second
streets for sale on easy terms. See
adv. ' M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
C. Wagner, summoned here on the
sad mission of attending the funeral
of his mother, Mrs. Barbara agner,
returned home to Montgomery, Ala.,
The first dntv of the bead of a
family is to guard the health of his
family. To do so, keep larse oc
Ohlweiler's carbonated goods in -the
house. Telephone 1014.
The Ladies' Belie society will meet
at the residence of Mrs. H. B. Sud
low, Saturday, at 10 a. m. All-ofli-
tbe arw Polyri.-1
,lan sarnb. ZA. I
ical name: Ptper I
aeribad lu Arw
tw ltBi. Endorsed L tbe Hnannais and rnjr.
aician. of Europe as a sure SpMiflc car, rorKid-
. . . . - u it..r ii.iiimIi. Liver m-
ease. Keniaie lompintnia, min iu
at 1m, iHMbirt a R-JlU. lwcrl pt t ve b9ok
fn. in . 1 1 t e Know llial uui TV'
ttve fur for hee diwaw. and to prore to roa
t.. H'..n..f.i viTa end for tbe saKeof Intro-
duetiuu. we will send you enough for on week I
ase. oy mail, prepaid. FBEC If yoo are a ur-
lerer. ins n ;iiii'm
nnrhinp Adrlrm. T ft ( H
(T K K CO- 4a FoU ei
;!H Over 200 Refrigerators
AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICE MUST
BE CLOSED OUT IMMEDIATELY
A trial costs vm
Tire ( HttM-H IIMET
, JfoW TCat.
Is aratar s Goa
Cora for Asthma. A gnat atodara steal
Discovery- wr OurtaNaf Jr T!f.
for large TTUU MUM, rmm, oj auui, auorwaa,
KOLA IMPCSTISS C0.BS2 Bro.inj.KeiT.rt
J. a.- MOnXTOS., maamea.
Monday, April 22.
mnnt to a
The steamer erne Swam will cers are reiiuesieu to u pwuu iuc f;j-(l P cTF.TSOX'S Rir?noctacnlar.
THE GURNEY REFRIGERATOR
If j'ou want something at a low price we have the
"B A DOE 1,"
Which is good as other makes and lower in price.
Gasoline Stoves and Gas Stoves.
J0BN T. N0FTSKER,
Rock Island, 111.
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
LATEST SOVELTIES IN
UBV7 .FiUUS GOODS
OAR BK SKI ST
E. r. DOM,
The New Merchant Tailoi
1822 SfcCOND AYE
HrprH. cae Block
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOJiD MtlUE.
1803 Second Avenue.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters
II us Heatin? and Sanitarr Plumbing. Basement Bock Island NaU Bank
WHERE DUiT G.Ti:
GREAT SAVING RESU:
Tc f-ftCAi THE. LT35. Cl7
1 ELY'S CREAM BALM Clejui, ta Kaaa if Jwj
f nlJ In llrud. I fftflU I
VI KJ fc alaa. Ml BUVdhtf
rinsr an excursion irom unnton
LTons. Falton. Dubuiiae and other
points of the Mississippi Snndaj (or
an excursion np trie Hennepin canal
as far as the . Moline bridge. Now
that the canal has been formally
opened, boats will soon be carrvins
freight from tne tri-cities to Milan
and coal from Milan to the tri-cities
Toesday night occurred the mar
riage of Stella E. Johnson, daughter
of M. T. Johnson, of Milan, and H. I .
l?rown, son of A. R. Brown also of
Milan, at the home of tbe bride's
parents at 7 o'clock. Rev. E. II. Alr
onl periormea tbe ceremony, sap
per was served, and tbe young cou
le made the recipients 01 many
handsome presents and the congrat
ulations of all. The bride is one of
Milan's fairest daughters, and well
known in social circles, and the
groom is also . well known, having
lx;en connected with the American
Express company of Rock Island.
where the young folks will make their
future home after May 1. at 1812
Fourth avenue. Mr. and Mr. Charles
Johnson, of Plattsraouth, Neb., and
Mrs. Charles Dysart, of Nachusa,
IU., were present at the ceremony.
e extend our congratulotions.
One Primary Election Enoafh.
Ward Committeeman J. F. Mc-
Garvev. who heralded the "primary
election" in the lirst ward to nomi
nate a candidate for alderman with
so much formality, and which cul
minated in a farce, has not under
taken the same coarse of procedure
a serond time. He has simply taken
the thing up nimseir, and put Wil
liam Zeis on the ticket. This stride
from one extreme to the other, from
the close restricted caucus with close
scrutiny of every one voting to the
exclusiveness of the absolute one
man power, is a novelty in itself that
First ward republicans will no doubt
relish, while they are trying to find
out by what agency the committee
was delegated tne authority to de
viate from the course laid down by
the city-township convention over
which there was so much gusto at
Of medicinal agents is gradually rele
gating the old-time herbs, pills,
draughts and vegetable extracts to
the rear and bringing into general
use the pleasant and effective liquid
laxative, Syrnp of Figs. To get the
true remedy see that it is manufac
tured by tbe California righvrup
Co. only. For sale by all leading
nominating committee"is asked to be
present at 9 a. m.
A Teoria telegram says that about
one hundred income tax returns were
filed at the revenue office there yes
terday, making a total of about eight
hundred np to date. Tbe collector
bad expected about i.duu and antici
pates there will be a number of pros
ecutions for failure to comply with
George W. Moore, chief of con
struction of the United States reve
nue cotter service, and John W. Col
lins. ensrineer-in-chief of the same
service, are in Dubuque to inspect
the revenue. cutter, William Win-
dom. which has been built by the
Iowa Iron works of.that place. They
express themselves as well pleased
inders, all the shafts, and all the HuTtlS UDffil n0US6.
ft in rronrinff1 tiftVA hppn nlfl.ced in I .
"Undo Tom's Cal."
The Barnnm of tbem al'. under th, man
agement of I.. W. Waahbarn.
Fifty-men. women and children: donWe band
and orcbetttra; S graat company; a great cant!
Two Topsics, headed by
Miss Kate Partington.
Tarn Mark. Kva and her nony. Prince. Lone
(tar ynarttl. African Mandolin playera. Ikon
ble quartet, Jnbllee Sinxen. Back and Wins
daneera. Sbontet. tc. A pack of Genalne
KioooBoanae. rear nmg. new umce.
Mew marie Kyerytblns new. A oar load of
Bi-antiful Scenery. Cotton picking. Home
in the ronih. Eva's Aacenaton. The (rrend
et -rjet perada ever given. Two litoda.
Aoidea cbariou drawe by tiny little frbelland
ponies. Tax eanz. cars, donkey, massive
dogs, etc A chance of a lifetime.
Prices as asnil, IV, 33c, 50c.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
main gearing have been placed in
the vessel, and all the outboard
valves are about ' connected. The
vessel could now be launched if the
water was high enough, but it will
hardly start on its trip down the
Mississippi before the early part of
Hillsdale, April 16. Ora John
son has been confined to the house
with a pain ft? 1 ear, caused by an ab
scess forming in it.
C. Uerhardt is making nmte an
advancement with his new house.
He will soon have it ready for the
Kev. Millard win not occupy tne
pulpit at Bethel next Sundav even
ing, it being founders day for the B.
x. f . U., and it will conduct the ser
James Durbin surprised his friends
last week by visiting the parsonage
at fort Uvron, where Key. .Thomp
son joined Miss Jennie Miller and
James Durbin in matrimony. They
will reside on the Miss Mary Wreath
place in Coe. .
At tbe borne oi the bride s par
ents in Reynolds this day.
noon. Rev. Coffman united in matri
mony his sister. Miss Ida Coffman,
to Luther J. Pearsall. of Coe. The
happy pair will reside on the farm
of the groom in Coe, where both are
well and favorably known. Miss Coff
man having for several terms taught
school there. May success attend
them in the voyage of life.
and 22 I
And One Matinee Only.
and MONDAY i April 21
MATINEE MONDAY, APRIL 22.
Tke hit of the reason direct1? from 4-week
tun at Mc tetter 1 beatrr, Chicago.
Tbe Famout ami Ouly
In tbe sr'ndcst ppecutcoltr production
ever tees in this country.
VP TO DATE.
4 Grand Bal'els.
The Hnntmc scene.
The Living Tulip,
i , BtiUiant Scene it.
' . ' Gcorceous Co-tu ma. I
v n.-t vie I
Tbe Tallest Man!
that ever lived.
only matinee: MONDAY, APRIL 22
Price 11.50. SI. 75c. 5V and tSc Beats on sale
Wednedar moraine, April 17 at Fluke's book
store. Tciepnose sw.
Street can after the performance.
Bortis Opera Ho.se,
Thursday, April 25.
Only Appearance of
Mme. Kellogg's Treatise
On Garment Cutting and Making.
Few who call themselves cutters realize the true meaning of
the word. The art of dress cutting does not consist merely
in regulating the highness or looseness of a garment, bat in
so cutting and combining the different parts that when
made into a gown it shall conform to the shape of the person
for whom it is designed, without wrinkles or distortions. This
requires talent of no mean order, and any system of princi
ples that will assist the modist should be hailed with glad
ness. Whatever simplifies the making of dresses helps to
move the machinery of life. Formerly there was no origi
nality, no distinctive character connected with dress mak
ing, but in this age of woman's progression, queer ly devel
oped ladies can be clothed with graceful draperies and har
monious colors as well as was onr Helen of Troy.
(French Tailor System.
Mme. Kellogg, profiting by the tailors' way of cutting
clothes for gentlemen, has invented a series of graduated
scales which she nses in connection with the tailor square,
sleeve and dart rule, achieveing beautiful results. We court
candid investigation as to the perfection and simplicity of
our FRENCH TAILOR SYSTEM. Our school and dress
making parlors open day and evening. Call upon or address
Ryan Block. Second Floor, Davenport.
Under the Direction of
C A. K , Attentioat
For the state encampment to be
held in Bloomington May 14 to 16,
the Big Four Route'" will sell round
trip tickets at the rate of f 1.15 from
l'eoria. May 13 and 14, good till lto.
inclusive, for return. Trains leave
Peoria at 7:30 a. m., 12:10 p. m. and
7:25 p. in. All trains on the R. I.
P. and C, B. & Q. make direct con
nections with the "Big Four" at Peo
ria. For tickets, call on agents in
Rork Island and Moline. or at the
Union depot, Peoria.
C. S. LaFollette. T. P. A.
60 MUSICIANS 60.
ELECTA G.FFOBD. Soprano Foloist.
Bit UNO STEISDEL. Cello Soloist.
Prices $1.50, SI. 75e and 50c Reserved sale for I
subscriber, at Fluke's Saorday morning. Reg- I
Phone Xo. so.
IJcvDaad te Wad.
17 Herman P. Brown, Rock Isl
and, Miss Stella E. Johnson, Milan.
August Karstens, Miss Hclene Ber-
A Hooaehold T reman re.
D. V. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N.
Y., says that be always keeps Dr.
King's New Discovery "in the house,
an vwl kS l famtl V tkaa alii'.ira ftinl 1 A
very best results follow its use; that) I nLUUUivC
he would not be without it, if pro
curable, li. A. Dykeman, druggist.
Catskill, N. Y., savs that Dr. King's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
best cough remedy; that he has used
it in his family for eizht years, and
it has never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a reme- r sale ope. Mcaaay Kora-nt.
dy so long tried and tested? I rial
bottles free at Hartz ec Ullemeyers
drug store. Keguiar size 60c and ft
DIT YOU EVER
try Electric Bitters as a remedv for
vonr troubles? If not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
Female Complaints, exerting a won
derlnl direct inouence in giving
strength and tone to the orsrans. If
von have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells.
Electric Bitters is the medicine you
COLUMBIA LEADS THEM ALL.
Bortis Opera House,
Wednesday. April 24.
ONE N.GHT ONLY.
COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTORY IN THE CO UK THY.
In her famous .access.
Th 0nulne Merit
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friends
wherever it is fairly and honestly
tried, lo have perfect health, vou
must have pure blo6d, and the best
way to have pure blood is to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla. the best blood only 50 cents at Hartz & Ullemeyer'a
puriher and strength builder. It ex- drug store.
pels all taint of scrofula, salt rheum buckler's akkica salts.
and all other humors, and at the The best salve in the world for
same time builds np the whole svs-1 cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
Coder the direction of
C. B. Jefferson Klaw ec Eclaneer.
Price SI. 75. 50 and 15c. Seats at Flake's
Mud (lay Bornln. Telephone so.
The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade
wheels to come down to their price, $100; will also carry
a line of Hartford cycles, manufactured by the Pope
Manufacturing Co., and Crescents, made by the Western
Wheel Works the largest wheel factory in the world.
Hood's pills are
cient 25 cents.
Adiaitasa. List Rs. IS.
List of letter aacalled for at th. postoSce
Hoe uuaa, uu, April is, isaa:
Arte William. Lfndeae Vrs A B.
Aadraws Edward. Montgomery Andrew,
Afcaerson warrea, Meyer retiie,
Dorrell Edith. Mao. W C.
Dee Mr Jobo, Sernrar F C,
Drava H, L West.
To Issue .romps deUreir. letters should be
addressed to street and namber.
Jobs' W. Potteb. Poatamaatar.
The Abgcs, 10c a week, delivered
every evening at yonr door.
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
prompt and effi-1 eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required, it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. i or sale Dy Harts at Ullemeyer.
Flit Hartwell in her last syndicate
article says: "I don't recommend
any special brand of tea for afternoon
o'clocks. I do, however, know all
about the best tea to take at night.
Parks1 Tea will certainly clear vonr
complexion and purify yonr blood.
Yon will be surprised at the im-
Children Cry for 1 S5?S
.r f Anew.reuat .odsmi.iuarlursH
atrujao. now UM or vrer ussa.a
lalM mini sly. IirHroratea tbm
atKaas, Bawaraafl-HMnaa jteaw
cwper. Sx.pcrbos.rtnatbvl. Baa
rum for panleiuaia. yil i 1 1 al
ec"i.Tmi f hirta-ri "L
ajsaaaaaja'aBFai vvaaj rSkSawasaasawsy saaaaaj
Sold y Batz CJemejer and T. H Thclnas.
CHAG. Me HUGH,
1820 Second Avenue, -
JOHf SCHAFEV, Proprietor.
1 Awaaee. Coraar of Burinth stwet - Opposrt H,rper Tlsitr.
Tire choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on hand
Tree Loach erary day.
asadwlchs faralaad a. snort antic
alarlr. arnac loa aoa.dli.1 adrieaa. Or 1 1
ara nhiin a w par aaat aMrciaa. var I
aanassUiiaf al Mini.. VAMWUilUJll
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.