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THE ARQUS. MONDAY, MAY 10, 1897.
Genrrallr fair tonight and Tues
day, very little change in tempera
turn Niuth to WMtrly winds.
In the mitral section the temper-
tare Is somewhat lower than that
of jf4terdy morning.
Today' temperature 76.
See Adams' ad.
Fresh catfish at Long'.
Shoe tale. Dolly Bros.
Ilyaes tell fishing tackle.
Screen door at Eckhsrt'.
Fay your personal tax now.
Fisk Jubilee Singer tonight.
Drs. Silvia & Smith, dentists.
Fisk Jubilee Singers tonight.
Fisk Jubilee Singers tonight.
Fiik Jubilee Singer tonight.
Fisk Jubilee Singer tonight.
The city council meet tonight.
Adams' $2.19 sale all this week.
Non-intoxicating. Malt cham
pagne. Lrgo assortment of plants at Eck
Ilave you tried it? Malt cham
pagne. Strawberries cheap this evening at
On sale everywhere, malt cham
pagne. Large bottle of ammonia 6 cents at
Great sale of oxford at Adams1
Choice potatoes 15 cents per bushel
Snbstitnte for everything. Malt
Try a can of macaroni and cheese
The perfect summer drink, malt
Milton Silvis is in Texas on a
Otto Huber has returned from his
Rock Island Brewing company
Moat delightful and refreshing.
Purple bniitinr for decorating at
Youn A McCombs.
I.M'J for a 3 ladies1 Macsird shoe
this week at Adama1.
Judge Bisrelow reconvened the cir
cuit court this afternoon.
Plenty of nice fresh strawberries
this evening at iiess Bros1.
Miss Lottie KosenflelJ. of Peoria,
spent Sunday with her folks.
There will be a new time card on
the Kock IsUnil next Sunday.
Kijal Neighbors' official colors in
bunting at Young & McCombs.
The interior of tho Kick Island
passenger depot is being repainted.
Fleet. Julius Jnnge's well known
little trotter, died today of lock
William Trefz has returned from
St Louij. where he took in the sights
at the turnfest.
Lonis Iten.an old resident of Rock
Island, now of Clinton, is spending
the day in the city.
Notice The Economy special an
nouncement on page four. Some
facts worth reading.
Loudin' original Fisk Jubilee
Singer give a concert at T. M. C.
A. auditorium this evening.
The receipt of J. II. Latnont,
deputy collector of internal revenne,
lor last week were f l.oiO 43.
Hansen & Mints, manufacturers of
high grade bicycles to order. Also
repairing at reasonable rats.
Plantation and neero melodies by
the Fisk Jubilee Singers tonight at
the i. ai. c A. Admission 33 cents.
Your pick of cut carnations 26
cents per dozen, roses 60 cents. An
derson, florist, 1723 Second avenue
Men' vici kid pate&t tip. lace
hoe for 12 a pair. Grab them
quick, they won't last long. Dolly
Dr. E. G. Rennerhas just returned
from Chicago, where he spent
month pursuing a post graduate
John Schneider and Miss Elisabeth
Campbell, both of Port Byrcn. were
married today by Justice 'iiawes at
The famous Lilipntians appear i
the "Merry Tramps'1 at the Burti to
night, tomorrow night and tomorrow
Ben. Taxman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Taxman, is laid np with a free
tured right leg, which he sustained
while hanging on the rear of a
wagon, his limb being caught in the
Now is the opportunity to see the
most complete assortment of wall
paper ever shown in the city. Hnbbe
S. Witherell, electrician of Fort
Madison, Iowa, is putting his bank
protection system in the Kock Island
Knox's undertaking establishment
has just received a consignment of
metallic flowers and designs that are
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk,
skim milk and whipped cream for
saio on Nineteenth street between
First and Second avenues.
Sutcliffa says he is satisfied with
his past week's business, and that it
won't take long to clean ont the en
tire stock, it it atill keeps np the
Alfred Yates, accompanied by his
brother, Thomas Yates, left Satur
day night for St. Lonis, where be
will embark in the plumbing and
Look out for paint, also good qual
ity and reasonable prices. Hubbe &
Anderson can supply yon. They
also handle a large line of wall pa
per and room moulding.
Business has been rnshing at Sut
cliffe's wall paper store the past
week, and it won't take long to un
load. Come and do yonr buying
while you have a good chance.
Seventy saloon licenses for the en.
suing six monthls have thus far been
issued. The latest renewals are
Henry Kale, Henrv Geisler. H.
Schmacht. P. P. Pfaff. M. McKinney,
S. McMahon, Jr., Harper house.
The congregation of Trinity church
worshipped in its refrescoed edifice
again yesterday, the church walls
having been handsomely decorated.
The new Castleman altar, it is ex
pected, will be in place by next Sun
day. Herman Hansen and Mike Mintz
have formed a partnership tinder the
firm name of Hansen A Mintz and
have gone into the bicjrele manufac
turing and repair business, having
rented quarters in the Y. M. C. A.
Mrs. John Burns, better known
as Minnie Munson, suicided in Chi
cago at the Adam house. She went
to bed and turned on the gas. She
was a character about Rock Island
for about a year, going to Chicago
several month's ago.
Brakeman O'Dannal, of the Bur
lington, has been called to Vermont,
III., by the distressing news of an
accident which befell his father at
Beardstown Saturday, when he was
run down by a switch engine, having
ootn his legs severed.
The organizers of the new order
of Fraternal Tribunes announce that
the 600 applications for member
ship necessary to obtain the charter
nave been obtained, lbe Bock Isl
and Home Tribunal will be insti
tuted May 17, when the degrees will
Suit for 4,000 damages has been
commenced in the circuit court
gainst John Korb, of Pleasant Val
ley the plaintiff being E. J. Evans, a
neighboring farmer. Korb alleges
that while returning home one Bon-
ay night in a road cart he was run
own by Evans, who was in a buggy,
was thrown out and sustained two
broken ribs and had a tooth knocked
The annual meeting of the Ladies1
Industrial Relief society was held
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. M. Blakesley. The officers1
reports were received. A nomina
tion committee, composed of Miss
Carrie Gregg, Mrs. H. B Sudlow and
airs. w. is. iergoson. was appointed
to submit a new list of officers to ba
elected at the September meeting,
the old officers to serve until that
Rev. H. C. Marshall received a
dispatch this morning from Grove
City, Pa., announcing the death of
L ! - . , m. ... . .
uib miner, nugn Aiarsnau. a ne
had bad no word of his illness, his
death must have been sudden. He
bad just passed bis 83d birthday, and
leave a wife and ei?bt children.
Owing to the approaching general
assembly or me fresbyterian church
in noes isiana, wnicn is now engag
ing ma auenuon constantly, Mr.
Marshall fears be will not be able to
go to Grove City.
highest Honors World Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pyps Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
sUa Aswonta, Alum or any other adulter vft.
Even baby tra
ders tar, ds that it
is sot ripht that
mother should be
and cross. Baby
wonders what is
the matter. Baby
help if he could
It lies with thr
woman herself to help herself. No one else
can do it. She can help herself if she will.
If a woman will take proper care of her
womanly self; if she will use the right rem
edy for weakness and disease of the organs
that bear the burdens of maternity, she
will soon be healthy, vigorous and amiable.
She will be able to help babr, instead of
leaving baby to try and help her.
A wonderful remedy for weakness and
disease of the organs that make wifehood
and motherhood possible is found in Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts di
rectly on these organs. It makes them
strong and healthy. It has transformed
thousands of suffering, pain-racked women
into healthy, happy wives and mothers. It
allays inflammation, soothes pain, and
steadies and invigorates the nerves. It pre
pares for wifehood and motherhood. It in
sures inherently Li'.thy children. All
good druggists sell it. There is nothing
just the same" or "just as good." The
druggist who tells yon there is, is either
mistaken or dishonest.
Mrs. Joseph Simmons, of Hazelgreen, Grant
Co.. Wis., writes: Inclosed 6nd 31 cents in
postage stamos. for which please send me the
'Medical Adviser in cloth cover. I have used
yonr Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and his
Golden Medical Discovery' and Pellets' and
have received a great deal oi benefit from them."
When a story writer puts in a doctor he is
always said to '"Look wise." Over one
million people have looked wise and acted
wisely. They have bought Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. Of these
wise folks, 680,000 of them paid $1.50 a copy
for the book. It was cheap at that. It is a
book of 1008 pages, with 300 illustrations.
Think of that. A medical book too. Every
body knows how expensive a medical edu
cation is. Now there is a great edition of
this book, that is being given awav. Von
pay the cost of mailing, that's all. Yon send
21 one-cent atamps for the book in strong
manilla covers. If yon desire a fine em
bossed French cloth cover, "send 31 one-cent
stamps. Address, World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
UnmrThe Direction Of ChaHberun Kindts: Co.
Moadiy and Tuesday,
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
Two Sights and One Matinee Only.
Ketutn of the Famous'
In Their Grandest Spec
Merry . Tramps
As Presented for IS!) Nights
In New York Cly.
3 GRA D BALLETS, 100 ARTISTS.
Two Car Loads of Special Scenery;
Beantifnl Costumes; Novel
Effects. Only Matinee:
Tuesday, May 11, at 2 O'clock p. m.
Beats on sale at Flnite's Thursday. Prices, K,
) and "5c and ll anl 11.60.
Attempt to Wrrrk a Building.
Tecumfeh. Mich., May 10. An attempt
was made to wreck the olr.ee of Dr. F.
P. Fel.t with dynamite at about 8 o'clock
Friday evening. Dr. Febt and Cap
tain William H. Hay Jen were at work
when both were startled by the sound of
falling glass. They rushed to the labor
atory of the doctor and found upon the
floor a bomb with a spluttering fuse. The
dottor. with rare courage, extinguished
the fufe and hurled the bemb out of an
open window. The bomb was composed
of a piece of gas pipe fifteen Inches long
filled with dynamite, shot and pieces of
FreaklhneM la a Ilivorre Ce.
Lacrosse, Wis., Slay 19. Mrs. Clement
J. SpitU-1 waa granted a divorce Friday
fom her husband. During Friday even
ing they met and at midnight sum
moned a justice of the peace and were
taken to their home, where they were
Married, fourteen hours after the di
vorce was granted.
Armt f a Chirac -ladirtcc."
Chicago, May 10. Benjamin F. Jen
kins, the ez-cashlrr of the grain In
spector's ofHce. who was indicted by the
grand Jury on two charges of larceny
and as an mressory after the fact, was
arresUHl Saturday in this city and
started out to try and secure a bond ct
Everything To Eat
That tickles the palate
and satisfies the inner
man. Spring brings
an array of vegetables
and seasonable fruits
and in fact our stock
comprises all that you
can wish in first class
groceries. Bead the list:
Naval Oranges, Fine Apple
Dressed Chickens and Tor- t
Spring Chickens to
! IIESS WS.i
1717 Second Avenue.
The enthusiasm of Crescent
riders is what causes the enor
mous sales of Crescent B' cycles
70,000 Crescents sold in 1896.
Crescents are the handsomest
bicycles made, with tested im
provements that make them the
strongest, swiftest, simplest and
most durable. Crescent prices
are right not a dollar added for
the reputation that assures their
quality and these prices are the
same to everyone. If you want
to keep in front, and out of the
repair shop, you should ride a
Crescent. Call and examine
H1&-U17 SECOND AVENUE.
WITHOUT I JEMONADE!
Knowing the people of Rock Island and vicinity appreciated the efforts
of the past week in giving them extra value h our $2.19 sale, we shall
for the benefit of i hose who did not avail themselves of this wonder
ful opportunity, extend our Great Sale One Week more, lasting until
Saturday night, May 1 S.
IS IE 0 TLT US IF TEL ICIBS:
Ladies Fine Vict Kid, New Toe. either
lsce or button, with Lemonade f3, our
Ladies' Wine Lace, Coin Toe,
Lemonade 2.50, our price
We place on sale also this week about
300 pairs Ladies1 Hand-turned Oxfords,
regular price last season 2, now
A Ladies' Fine Vici Tan Laos, flexible
sole, with Lemcnade fS, our price
200 Fairs Ladies' Fine Vici Lace or
Button, New Coia Toe. with Lemonade
$2.75, our price without
Also la this sale we will place 300
pairs of Ladies' Oxfords, hand-turned,
in wines, blacks and tans, caanot be
duplicated for less than 11.73, at
Krell & Math's
If he has not got it, ask him
to get it for you.
TAKE NO OTHER,
Every loaf has a red label
on. We want you to try it.
Phone 1186. No. 1716-1718
Eat your dainty, costly viands,
But give to me instead
One solitary slice of
Krell & Math's Pure Bread
It will pay you, ladies, to mike your own Lemonade this week and
save at least 40 per cent on your shoes at
Xj2LAJDZE& 1 1ST SHOES.
A Treat for the Feet
We have decided to continue our great $2.18 Shoe Sale, which has
bzen such a success, for 6 days more, and give the ladies who have
not availed themselves of this great shoe opportunity, one more chance:
Ladles' Fine Black Vici, in
Lace and Button, Kid and
Ladles' Fine Chocolate Kids,
in Button and Lace, Kid and
SPECIAL For this week we have added a line of Ladies' Black and
Colored Oxfords, new toes, hand turned, soft and flexible, no machine
made stuff, no tacks, no thread, (no lemonade ) but great Oxfords at
1 trs is no Circus Shoe store, as we have no Lemonade, but we can
save jou lots of money, and you can afford to buy Ice Cream Soda,
and have money left.
1 There are (Ms, Plaids and Browns I
g Neat, dark, plain mixtures, the trim-
eg ming and workmanship for which g
8 our Clothing is noted. In the
our Clothing is noted.
we have placed them on sale at o
$4.90, $630, $7.35
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