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THE ACGtTB. THUItBDAtY HAT 27. 1C37.
Tna Waataa We May
i j Kara, f
Shower tonight and Filday; sllsiit-
i ly warmer tonight.
The temprralure nas iism in me
central section, bat a (all has oc-
cnrrrd In the Itocky mountain region
i and oyer the eastern slope.
Today 1 temperature 74.
P. J. Waxz, Observer.
Hynes volcanires tire.
Fresh fiih at Hess Bsnja.
Fresh river fiih at Long'.
Visit Peoria, second city in the
tate. " - ;
Nice strawberries, 2 boxes 16c.
A beautiful assortment of plants
II. J. Brandt, of Fort Bjron. ia in
tl city today.
See Peoria's parka. They are the
priae oi me city.
Mr. end Mrs. T. H. Dolly are vif-
mug in i,nicago.
8traw hats of every description.
Stewart, the hatter.
Pref. Mevera Friday and Saturd&v
at Yoong & McCombs'.
Mist Mary Murphy left thlt morn
ing for Washington, D. C.
See Peoria in the hustle of every
day easiness. All stores open.
To loaa, t2.00 at 6 percent. Wil.
liara L. Ledolph. Bnford block.
bay yonr psrfamos at Young &
McCombs' Friday and Saturday.
Fancy negligee shirts, all kinds
and all prices. Stewart, the hatter.
Take yonr bike to Peoria Decora
tion day. B. I. A P. will carry it
Mra. W. M. Winn and children left
last night for Pacatello, Idaho, for a
Kerler Bros, for perfect carpet and
feather cleaning. 117 Seventeenth
Fifty-fat perfume for 23 cents at
Yoong A MeOotsbs' Friday and Sat.
Beautiful line of oxfords in blacks,
tans and wines, with no tacks in, at
$1.50 to Peoria and return Satur
day, Decoration day, via K. I. & P.
Fur yonr nice graduating slippers
or shoes you would do well by call
ing at Adams'.
Take yoar lunch basket to Peoria
Saturday. Special f revision for pic
Bickers in the park pavilions.
Joseph Hill, a South Rock Island
lad. fractured and dislocated hi left
wrist ia a fall yesterday afternoon.
Now yon need some light under
wear. Yon can get the value for
yonr money at Stewart's, the hatter.
Adams can give you, perhaps, pon?
era in shoes, but can guarantee no
points or tacks in the inside of his
Mrs. Caroline Schmid and eon,
Fred Schmid, have arrived from San
Antonio, Tex., there being no change
In the letter's condition.
The engagement is announced of
Jamea P. Donahue, of Davenpjrt,
and Miss Fmily 6. Herniary, of
Louisville. The wedding will oocnr
during tbe coming autumn.
Chief Pender' has an invitation
from the board of police to attend
the annual pared and review of the
police force of New York, at the
Worth monoment Tuesday, June 1.
Mrs. Herman Detjcns was taken
suddenly and seriously ill this after
noon. Dr. Lndewig, who i attend
ing her, states that it is difficult as
yet to detersnino the lull extent of
Choice of trains on excursion to
Feoria Saturday. Leave Bock Island
4:40 a.m., 8:05 a. m. Returning
leavr Pooria 7:23 p. m. Saturday or
7:25 p. m. Sunday. No extra charge
lor this privilege.
Mrs. Hsrry E. Van Duser left tbl
morning for Dubuque, where she
wtu visit with her sister until satur
day, when she will go to McGregor,
Iowa, to spend a few weeks with rel
atlves and friends.
An excursion on the George Waters
and barge will be given tbe general
assembly Saturday afternoon from 3
to 5 o'clock. Everybody invited to
accompany the astern JIv on this
trip. Price 25 cents.
Mrs. Jane Hamilton, a sister of
Mr. 0. F. DcGear, of tbis city, died
Monday at St. Louis. Tbe remains
were interred at Oakdale cemetery
Dnvf sport, of which city the do
ceased had bees an old resident.
Drs. W. n. Ludewig, of Rock Is!
and and R. C J. Meyer, of Moline.
who with Dr. C. C. Carter served as
an examining board for tbe pension
Hlgnest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pur Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
em Asnmonia. AJuro or any other adulterant.
department" in Bock Island county.
have been removed. Dr. Carter is
Chief Marshal a J. Searle has
chosen as his Memorial day al ls,
W. T. Channon, C. F. Gaetjer. H. H.
Cleaveland, H. J. McDonald. Charles
McHugh and Charles Buford, who are
to report' at tbe county monument
mounted Saturday morning at 8:30.
The bids were opened for the new
metropolitan block Peter Fries is to
erect on Second avenue this morning
and are in the hands of the archi
tects, Drack Kerns, who will
sward the contract today. It lies
between John Volk & Co. and C. J.
W. Schreiaer. The building will
cost in the neighborhood of f 17,000.
Announcement Is made of the for
mal opening of Black Hawk Inn Fri
day evening, June 11. The patron
esses of tbe affair are Mesdames Wil
liam Butterworth, Charles H. Bar
nard, John Deere Cady, Charles P.
Skinner and G. Arthur Stephens.
The committee is composed of John
W. Glncsing. William A. Horton.
Jamea G. Skinner and Edward O.
Hogh Nicol, formerly manager of
the Rock.'ord team cf the Western
association, has been selected as
manager of the St. Louis Browns of
tbe National league. Hugh at ene
time played right garden for the
Browns, lie is a clever ball general
as well as a player, but he never
managed to put up a team in Rock
ford that Rock Island could not beat
out ia a pennant race.
Miss Katharine Oliver, who has
wou the highest reputation as an
impersonator of Scotch dialect, will
give a recital in the Central Presby
terian church - before the United
Presbyterian general assembly
Saturday evening. May 29. She has
made a" specialty of Ian Maclaren's
works, and will recite from '-Beside
the Bonnie Brier Bush," "The Days
of Auld Lane Syne," etc. The pub
lic are invited It is a treat that no
one should miss. Admission 25 cents.
WILLIAM E. ROSS FINED.
Man Who Shot Joba Snllvaa
Unlit to assault.
William E Boss, who shot John
Sullivan during a quarrel at Port
Byron a tow months ago, and who
was indicted for assault with intent
to kill, plead ruilty to assau't with
a deadly weapon In the circuit oourt
yesterday afternoon, the charge be
ing changed by permission of State's
Attorney searle. Koss was fined (100
and casts, or a total of .1160.
A verdict of guilty was returned
by the jury, in the case of J. C.
Parks, charged with selling mort
Cruloy stiu Lire.
George D. Cruley, who was re
ported dead at Los Angeles, Cel.,
where he is attending the conven
tion of railway conductors, as a del
egate from Blue Island division, still
lives, as his numerous friends will
be gratified to learn. He has been
very ill and some one announced
that he had passed away. Happily
tbe information was erroneous. Mr.
;rulev will be able to start for home
in about ten days.
Daewration Day Obtarvaara.
TKo following grocers have agreed
to close tbeir respective stores Sat
urday at 1 o'clock on account of JJee-
oaation day observance:
Schmid , .
Murphy & Sxith,
Rock Island. 111., May 27. 1897
slot ice is hereby given that the co
partnership recently existiDg by and
between id ward .nance ana frank h
Messenger, and known as Nance A
Messenger, printers, of this city, is
this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, F. E. Messenger retiring. Ed
ward Stance will oontinuo tbe busi
ness and assume all debts and eoliect
all accounts of the late firm.
Frank E. Mcssexger.
The Ruth came down.
The uuincy eot away for St.
Paul early this morning.
Tbe ninona and verne Swam
made their regular trips to Clinton
The atae-e of water at the Bock
Island bridge is stationary at 5.35;
the temperature o.
' Troth ta a Nataaell.
Impure blood is the natural result
of close confinement in house, school
room or shop.
Blood is panned ty uooa s &arsa-
purine, ana an toe aisagreeaoie re
sults of impnre blood disappear with
tbe use of tbis medicine.
It you wish to feel well, keep yonr
blood pure with Hood s barsapaniia.
Hood's Pills are the best family
cathartic and liver medicine, ben
tie, reliable, sure.
aimuus, C O.
Headquarters Shiloh Commend,
No 2, U. V. U., May 26. 1897. All
comrades of the U. V. U. are re
quested to meet in Memorial hall In
he new court house Sunday, May
so, at 9:30 a. m., to attend memorial
service at Memorial Christian church
on the kind invitation of Rev. T. W,
E. M WiCcox, Colonel. .
B. F. Ellls, Adjutant.
train of aniline
will color a ton
of wine. A
grain of per
Sotash will rrd
e seven thou
sand times its
weight of watt -.
The most tri
every organ of
the body and
death. It is the
make the big
TlBV ttiir in
ception In a disordered digestion and faulty
nutrition. This ia true of that most deadly
of diseases consumption. It is also true
of nervous prostration and exhaustion and
also of all forms of wasting disease. Ail
ments of this description may not only be
prevented bnt cured by a resort to the light
An unfailing care for an diseases that
have their origin in disorders of the diges
tion and faulty nutrition is found in Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
cures digestive disorders, restores the appe
tite, invigorates the liver, purifies and en
riches the blood, builds healthy flesh and
muscle and drives out disease -germs. It
cures 98 per cent, of all case of consump
tion. Thousands have testified to these
facts. Druggists who suggest substitutes
Mrs. Ursula Dunham, of Sistertville, Tyler Co.,
W. Va.. writes: " I should have been dead had it
ant been for yonr medicine. I was nearly dead
when t began taking Or. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal Discovery. I had a pain in my side all the
time, had but little appetite, and grew very thin.
The 'Golden Medical Discovery" promptly cured
the pain, restored my appetite, and increased
my weight." '
Dr. Pierce's wonderful free book, "The
People's Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
will be sent paper-bound, for twenty-one
cents in one-cent stamps to pay the cost
of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y. For handsome, durable
cloth covers, beautifully stamped, send ten
cents more (thirty-one cents in a.i), to pay
extra crt for this style of binding. . '
In the Spring
The young wife's fane
light 'y turns to thoughts
of vegetables and what
goes to make up a
seasonable and tempt
ing dinner. At our
store you will alwaya
find the markets choic
est display. The prices
are always right and
quality high. Read
ALL WEEK Ladles
Hand-Sewed Shoes In
Chocolates and Ox
Thlt k of buying a hand
sewed shoe for less than
others ask for machine
1717 becond Avenue. -
Are made of the finest
materials obtainable, and
skilled labor is employed in
their construction. Newest '
designs, perfect in every de
tail, strictly high grade,
fully guaranteed. Call and
examine them at
X815-1S17 a SECOND AVENUE.
OF THIRST, fatigue or
ennui is KRELL &
It is food for the dyspeptic
and tne mother's friend for
the puny infant. The house
keepers convenience, and the
mutual friend of the
In fact Krell & Math's Ice
Cream has as many friends
as flavors. The people of
Rock Island should know a '
good thing and they can
find it at
Krell & Math's
Phone 1166. No. 1716-171S
Have you tried our perfect HOME
MADE BREAD? Tour grocer has
it ask for it.
11 'pj t
We have opened to the public our new Davenport Store, which Is located at 11 5-"7 Sec
ond Street. ThU is the store, but recently opened by J. G. Simon, of Chicago, and wh'.ch we
bought at 50c on the dollar, and which will be sold as bought half price.
We are determined to dispose of this stock In the quickest possible manner,
terlor of the store is to be remodeled and Improved for the reception of
g Two Biggest
WE RECOGMZE XO COMPETITION
LADIES . .
As we have by far the largest as
sortment, the greatest number ot
styles aid colors that were ever
shown In the Tri-Cities.
Notice Our Prices.
Hand-tamed Oxfords In blacks
and tans, all this week,
and no tacks in. Hand-turned Ox
fords, a beauty, in a nice new toe,
and fine vici stock, all widths, only
and no tacks to hurt your feet A
beautiful line of
Oxfords in black-, dark tan, wines
and mahogany shades, alt new torn
and perfect fitters. If you wish
something nicer and flow, try our
Line in black, dark wines and tans.
The above goods (are all turned
work, so don't confound them with
the stiff, machine-sewed shoes that
are being advertised as the "easy"
shoe and at higher prices than we
ask for our first class footwear.
You Bay of
this week and save money and get
comfort for your money.
Clock Cleaiig Tie
Is here and yon will want
that timepiece cleaned and
put in shape so that yon caa
be more punctual during the
coming year. Our facilities
for handling this work are
the best We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom tall.
Clocks Called for and DzIivarEd
All yon need to do Is drop
ns a postal and yonr clock
will be called for and re
turned to you in good order.
Woltman, tie Jeweler.
1805 Second Ave
Store is Now
MEN'S SUITS AT
POTS' SUITS AT
CH LDRVN'S CLOTHIXfJ AT.
FURNISHING GOODS AT....
SIMON'S DOLLARS AT
Friday and Saturday, lay 28-29
We are Pleased to Announce a Return Engage
ment of the Only and Original
Prof. Leon H. Myers
Singing Perfumery Salesman,
SELLING the far famous Louis R. Harrison's sextuple extracts in 12
leading odors at the low price of SSe per ounoe for thie sale; reg.
alar price 50o per ounce. These goods are superior to any manufac
tured. Come and hear the professor sing Harrison's perfumes ia all
the latest airs of the day. The following firms of high standing,
where Prof. Myers has repeatedly introduced this extract, are sufficient
guarantee of its high merit, and they endorse it in the highest terms:
Young & McCombs, two times.
Minneapolis Dry Goods company, fire times.
D. Crawfords, St. Louis, six times.
R. H. White, Boston.
Ehrich Bros-, New York, six times.
Wychgram A Co., Winona, two times.
Come, bring your buttle and yonr purse, and we will give a special ant
in Wash Goods, Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Shirt Waists and Skirts dar
ing this return engagement of the Perfumery King. All handker
chiefs perfumed free. Tbe professor will introduce at this engage,
ment his world renowned Toilet Waters', which will be sold at halt
1725 Second Avenue.
T . f- vr
m ine wexi iwo mm
We win continue our sale on Ladles fine Sham In all shades
Mahogany. Tans and Blacks, I .ace or Button, of the best make,
and very latest styles on tbe new quarter toe, at
Best bargains ever offered In Ladles' fine Shoes,
a nice line of Children's Shoes at great bargains,
tion a few of our very low prices:
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel, a to 8, at t t
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. 5 to 8, at s
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. 9 to 11, at 1 t
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel, 9 to 11. at t t t
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, 6 to 8, at s
Children's Chocolate Shoes, no heel. 8 to 8, at . 1 t
Children's Dongola Shoes, no heel. 3 to 8, at t t t
BOYS' SHOES AT :
MEN'S SHOES AT t ;
LADIES' SHOES AT :
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
1501 Fourth Avenue.
j m tit t
We also have
We wUl men-
after which the la
an entire comp'e
Rork Island end