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THE ABBU& THUBBDAY, HAY 14. 1C38.
St lfr tonight.
Msj festival teafg at.
Bee Horton'e special.
Wateh Tri Aitocs waats.
Fresh catfish at Ben Bros'.
T. M. C. A. Frida at to i op.
Tae beat broom Ln'i Little Gem
St. Mary's pariah May festival to
Strawberries 10 cents a box .at
Lode's this evening. . .
Aiund tbe X. U. C. A. Ice cream
, social Friday evening.
Attend the May festival of St.
Mary' parish toaigat.
Tbe ladies' alippera are going fast
i so cents at Voiit Bros'.
James Given is remodeling bis sa
loon on Seveateentb street.
Merchants lunch from 9 to 13
everv morning at The Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hetdemann
welcomed a 12-pound soa last night.
lea cream sociable at T. M. C A.
Friday evening. Go and bare a good
Twenty to 49 per cent aarad on
new furniture at U. F. Spicer'a, 31S
Brady street. Davenport.
Vig cat So lidies' dark tan aboea
Doily Pros'. ; 3 folng at 12 60. See
ad. tomorrow on 6th page.'
Keeping gp with the times means
using Aaois want ads. The best ad
vertising for the least money.
S. P. Henderson has cone to Chi
cago to visit hia family, who are
.making an extended stay with rela
tives there. j
Members of the First Methodist
church choir are requested to be at
the church for rehearsal tomorrow
evening instead of Saturday.
The modical staffs of Mercy and
St. Anthony's hospitals were dined
by tbe sisters of the former institu
tion at the hospital in Davenport to
day. There will be a grand picnic given
at Joe If uuer's garden under the aus
tioes of Plettdeuschen Broder, Satur.
dry evening. May 16. Admission 10
Low rate excursion to Denver June
13 and 14. Two fast traina in eaeh
direction without change of cara
very day in tbe year via Rock Is
Una fare for the round trip to
Washington D. C, fur the national
convention of Christian Endeavor so
cleties. ria C, It. I. & V. railway,
June 3. 4, 6 and 6.
Mrs. Harry Sage and two children
have gooe to Sherman. Texas, to
join Mr. Sae. who ie captaining the
taa hall club of that city in the
league of the Lone Star atate.
The riattdcutschen Broder of Rock
Island will give agraod excursioa on
the steamer Mary Morton to Musca
tine Sunday. May 94. Mulio and
dancing and a general good time.
Tbe Chicago, Barlington e Quin
ey's St. Paul express, doe here at
7:50 in the morning, was several
hours lata today owing to a washout
on the Chicago, Barlington A
Seara should have been given as the
village where those alleged offenses
ooeurred in connection with the re
cent election wbioh resulted in in
dictments against the judges, instead
of Milan, as mentioned In yesterday's
Zee McMahon announces a grand
opening at the Senate on Kighteoatb
street Sa'ordav ercaing. Ilia fix
tureswhich he saya are tbe finest in
tbe eity have arrived and all will
be in shape for the opening, which
will Include a free lunch.
Deputy Sheriff Hall arrived today
f'om Moberly. Mo., with U. F.
Younken. wanted here for embett.
ling from the Pean Taak Line com
pany, which he formerly represented
on tbe read as salesman. There Is
aa iadiutnient egata-at Younken.
Burt'a wholesale coPimissien boose
delivery tram ran away twice today
once on Twentieth street, where it
collided with and slightly damaged
another wagon, and also on Third
avenue, where oae of the horses fell
and was bruised up considerably,
the wagon toogaa being also broken.
Bids on the heating and plumb
lag for the German Lutheran church
are invited. Plana and specifications
ran be seen at the office of Drack A
Kerns. The bids must be in the
hands oT Charles llaasgen. chair
man of the building committee, by
Dr. Homer, the noted lecturer and
physician, is to he in Rock Island at
the Hrper house neat Saturday,
May 16. He comes to see his nu.
merous patients here and aay othera
who need his skill and experience.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pur Grape Cram of Tartu Powder. Free
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YIAM THI STANDARD.
Consultation will be free on that day.
He will give no lecture goring this
John Barkmaier waa arrested
Tuesday night at the lostigatioa of
hia better half, who accused him of
making thiags unpleasant at their
Heme on intra avenue. She said
she would appear against John the
neat day. The hearing waa fixed for
o'clock la the afternoon. Bat the
wife came not, and when an officer
asked her for an explanation ahe said
she had changed her mind. So John
waa given hia liberty.
W. If. Marshall and W. B. Mcln-
tyre thoueht it waa all over between
them and dry land about 5 o'clock
thia morning. They were coming
aown on me steamer Kutiedre from
a little trip ap the river. When near
Hampton the piston rod broke. The
Irene D. happened along at tbe time
ana ioox me Hatiedge'a raft and
towed tbe crippled boat to shore,
where it waa fixed up so as to enable
It to proceed. The Rot ledge will be
laid up a few daya.
The distressing news waa received
in thia city this morning announcing
the death of Mra. Robert Hill, for
merly Misa Lillian Sargent, which
occurred in Wheeling. W. Va , yes
terday, alter a brief illness of spinal
meaingitia and brain fever. The de
ceased was a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Sargent, of Geneseo, and
a prominent member in the M. E.
church and Epworth league in that
city. The sadness aeema doubly
hard following ao abortly her mar
riage, which occurred April 32 last.
Tbe feneral will be held in Geneseo.
Loais Hilfineer was laid to rest
thia afternoon in the German Luth
eran cemetery. Services were con.
ducted at the bereaved home on
Second avenue and at tbe Lutheran
school house on Twentieth street by
Rev. Mennicke, at both of which
places a large number of sorrowing
friends gathered. The floral tributes
were handsome and numerous. The
pallbearers were: Adolph Ludewlg,
Freddie Bruckmann. Willie Cordts,
Harry Salimann, Eddie Miller and
Angnat Sehroeder, former school
mates of the dee eased.
AN OLD MAN ASSAULTED.
Aadrow Xlspea lattaokad by i Yoau
Hews oa Islaaa B.
Amone the callers at doIIco head.
4 carters yesterday was an elderly
gentleman who gave hia name as An,
drew C. Nispen. He said he had
been cruelly assaulted several nights
ago dj m young vavenport ruffian
whose name he believed waa Rnhnrt
Just below Rock river there ia a
little patch of land which projects
above the water a abort distance
from the Illinois shore. It ia known
aa Island II and ia owned by aeveral
Da VCD Dorters who tarrv there dnrincr
the heated months and ancim in
fishing and other aposta. There ia
anuie nouse on the Island. The
oare of thia property la entrusted to
Mr. Nispen. And here he staya alone.
On the night of April 20, be aaya, a
young man came over to the island
and after conversing awhile asked
him for a blanket in which to sleep
for the night. Thia the old gentle,
man refused, not earing to harbor
strangers on hia sacred domain. So
hot words followed, and Mr. Nispen
says he was pounced upon and se
verely beaten by hia guest, who then
OtraaM Coart Data cm.
Trial of Samncl Hnsaav'a tl Ofin
damage suit against Chief of Police
naurcw cisei ana ex-captain ueorge
Long for false imprisonment waa
taken up thia afternoon. Mr. Una.
aey livea ia South Moline. He was
arrested several months ago for
striking a boy during the progress of
an A. P. A. meeting. But he was
never prosecuted; hence the suit.
City Attorney Haas and C. J. Searle
represent the defendants and S. W.
Udell the plaintiff.
A motion for a new trial in the
case of Ekroth vs. Eldea made bv the
defendant was granted today, where
upon the plaintiff asked that the pro
ceedioga be dismissed, the case hav
ing been satisfactory aettled outside
Hortoa's for low prices and good
Fresh eggs, per dozen, only ... 7c
Bulk coeoanut. per pound 15c
Jam in glass jars ioc
Crushed Java coffee, per pound. 121c
bio conee, nve pounae lor fl
Good dairy butter, per pound.. .12c
neore w potatoes, per bushel .... 15c
12 boxes of matchea ioc
S pounds of rice 25c
ID-cent box of shoe blacking for. fie
Can of corn . . 5c
Can of tomatoes 7e
lopoona sac or corn meal.... 9c
Dakota patent flour 88c
C. W. Hoktojc,
326 Twentieth street.
The stare of water at the Rock
Island bridge this morning was 9.25
ana stationary; me temperature 6.
Boats up were the BrocLman. Wey
erhauser. Rutledee and Prescott.
Down: Lumbeiboy, Kit Carson.
Weyerhauser Brockman and Jo
The Verne Swatn was in and out.
The Use Shore & Michigan South.
era railway s book of Summer
Tours" showing routes and rates to
the eastern resorts. One of the
handsomest publications of thia char,
acter ever leaned. Sent free on ap
plication to M. S. Gilea. T. P. A.,
Chicago. C. K. Wllber. A. G. P. A..
With a better understanding' of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ilia, which vanish before proper ef
fort gentle e fforU pleasant e fforta
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that ao many forma of
sickness are not doe to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionaof families, and ia
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acta. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
tlcial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
j NOTHING NICER
Than a bounteous Sun
day dinner made np of
from the choicest in
the market. Pick some
from thia list:
HaMts, Peas, Sitet Potattts.
Beth. Cabbage, ItA,
Mm. Parsley, Soap Bandies.
Tiroiji. TsnatBes, amU-l, ..:
hparagn. tabcrc. lu Beam,
In Pilaton, Lettuce, Strlif, Beans,
and Spring Chickens '
dressed to ordar.
bananas, pine apples
and choice eating ap
ples. The best assort
ment In the city.
Shoes well bought are
half aold that'a why
ours sell so eaaily.
Oxfords, Blacks and Tans
See our $2.25 Oxfords,
Blacks and Tans.
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
Free if Toon is
Cost $2 Annually.
cw.w ri an Tivin
e m. in. m. ajvaae
1717 Second Ave as.
All Styles and Sizes.
Largs display of bicycle sundries.
Lanterns, all kinds.
Wood rim and tire cement.
Toe clips, etc
1615-1617 - SECOND AVENUE.
Ice Cream Soda!
ITS ENOUGH to astonish some
'people, but it's a fact, we have
started our Soda Fountain, and we
are ready to dispense all the latest
Cannot be equalled in the city for
cooling and refreshing summer
drinks, and on Soda Water we
take the lead, using nothing but -pure
Fruit Juices In our syrups and
giving rich cream in eaeh glass.
We use the Black Hawk Mineral
Spring water in our fountain which
is one point in its favor. Another
Is that our soda water Is cold
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
We want you to try Brick Ice Cream.
(Holumbla Wild (Hherry Phosphate
IS invaluable for Nervous Prostration, Headache, Dispepsia, Loss of Ap
petite. Impure Blood and General Debility. A MOST DELICIOUS,
COOLING SUMMER DRINK. The marked antiseptic powers of this
preparation render it particularly valuable for the purification of impure
drinking water. To be used as a beverage or for medicinal purposes,
drink three or four glasses a day. After giving it a trial you will become
convinced it is the best in the market, absolutely pure and free from all
poisonous substances Beware of so-called Wild Cherry Phosphates, as
they contain mostly poisonous matters. COLUMBIA is guaranteed abso
lutely pure and wholesome, and makes a most pleasant beverage for sum
mer and winter.
4-ounce bottle makes 2 gallons - 15c
8-ounce bottle makes 5 gallons - 25c
pOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
Be sure and ask for COLUMBIA. Take no other.
For you to do, if you contemplate a new carpet or some new
furniture, is to come and see our store. We cannot do our
stock justice in newspaper space. The variety is too great
to attempt description, so we must content ourselves with a
general mention. Our stock is replete with the newest
things in the furniture line. We just received in immense
IH2 0D IK. 3B TJES S3c
That are simply superb. Our line of Parlor Furniture con
tains all the new ideas in furniture manufacture, and we are
satisfied that if j?iven a chance we can please you. Reliable
goods at the right prices are the lines upon which, we have
.built up our business, and the public appreciates it. Every
thing in our line can be found at our stores, and a visit here
will demonstrate the truth of our claims.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
LEADERS IN OUR LINE,
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
. & K
Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in
Boys and Children's Novelties
THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never
quite as tough as the bov, that's no reason why they should not have the last
ing, persistent quality which boys rfqure. We have well sewed, well buttoned,
well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splend d wool fabrics in eood styles at S2.J0,
S2.95, V SO, IS to $6.90
Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield fronts at
$1.68. $2 50. $2.95 10 $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns
Star Waists, Mothers' Friend Waists.
we ought saXisy'lDS goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think
Lots of K.S.&CO. men's suits at $oo, $4.90, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicycle