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THE AltQTjg P ATTJTIP A T9 HAT 29. 1C37.
Fair tonignt ana sonaay, except
showers in extrm sontnern portion
tonight; wsrmer tonight.
Today's trm perm tor 70.
Hjnes Tnlcanises tires.
The Milwaukee la the direct line to
Take the Burlington for Dubuque
Reduced rates to Dubuque ria the
F. J. Die km an, jeweler, 1622 Sec
Opnin; lunch at Charlie Wolff's
F. J. Dickman for watch and jew.
Dubuque and return June 8 only
12 ?Ia the Milwaukee.
Take the Burlington for the Mod.
era Woodmen head camp.
Take the Burlington for the Wood,
men head camp at Dubuque.
To loan, 2.00 at 6 per cent. Wil
liam L. Ludolph. Baford block.
The Burlington accommodations
and rates to Dnboque are tbe beat.
Kerler Bros, for perfect carper, and
feather cleaning. 117 Seventeenth
Iligh grade perfumes 2S cents an
ounce at Toung ft McCoubs' this
A handsome assortment of metal
flowers are kept on hand at Knox',
Pionle day of the Modern Wood,
men at Dobuque June 3; rund trip
tickete 2 via the Milwaukee.
Mrs. Julia Mills Dunn, of Moline,
was reflected president or tbe state
eqaal suffrage society at Waukegan.
A Urge delegatloi of people wer
brought to It'iil Inland tola m jmin
ovar tbe (j from Monmouth and
Rev. W. S. Mat quia has returned
from Ragle l ake. lud., where he at
tended the general assembly of the
Don't fail to hear the world re
nowned singer. Prof Myers, accom
panied by piano, at Toung ft Mc
Combs' this evering.
On June 3 the Milwaukee will sell
round trip tickets to Dubuque for $2.
If you go via i hts Hoe you will have
six hours in Dubuque.
Rock Inland's newly uniformed
police force presented a fine appear
anoe In this morning's procession, aa
did Bleuer'a band in new garments.
Tbe Milwaukee is the short line to
Dubuque. On account of tbe Mod
ern Woodmen, tickets will be on sale
at the ra e of ono and one-third fare.
A building permit was issued by
Mayer Medill to C J W. Scbrelner,
the contractor of the proposed Fries
block on Second avenue. jeterdy.
A medical representative of Loring
A Co., of Chicago, will be at the
Harper house June 2 8, 4 and 6
Note the announcement on page
The steamer George Waters and
barge will carry an exoursion to
Muscatine Sunday, May 30, at 60
eents for the round trip. Boat leaves
at 9 a. m.
The season's first trolley party
was given last night by tbe Standard
band. Jt was a very nice affair, the
illuminated cars presenticg a beau
Charlie Wnlff has opened a saloon
at Sixteenth street and Fourth ae
nue. lie gives his opening luocu
tonipht. and invites all his friends to
call on him.
If you want to pass a pleasant
evening go to Toung ft McComba'
store and her an accomplished pian
ist accompany Prof. Leon Myers, the
Miss Bessie Eberhart, who has
been seriously sick for three weeks
frrm typhoid fever, is reported as
improving nicely under the care of
vr. j. k Asay.
Miss Annie Dillon, aged 28. died
at her home in Davenport yesterda
of Brett's disease The funeral will
be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow from
the Dauis block.
Are jou going to attend'the Mod
ern nood men convention at Du.
buqut If so. take the Milwaukee,
the short line, with two daily trains
Cheap rates now In effect.
One of the Uoited SttUs Exprese
company's horses took s lively spurt
on Twentieth street Ttsterdav after
noon. A firkin of butter was thrown
np against the curb re and broken
The butter was spattered all over the
walk and some of it was thrown np
Niftiest Honors World's) Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
kjmj Crspt deem of Tartir Powder. Fit
datmitOna, Alum or any other sduRerjftt;
against he aid of H. Struve's sa
loon. The wagon waa not damaged.
The same horse ran away a few days
An ce new white dress, a pair of
dandy white shoes, a nobby little
sailor hat, bonght at Ottensen's, 222
West Second street, Davenport, and
the much admired summer girl is
ready. . !
A beautiful sight Is one of those
white dressed summer girls. Don't
yen think so? White trimmed hats
and anUore at prices to suit yon, at
Ottensen's, 222 West Second street,
The Milwaukee Las two daily
trains for Dnboque. The morning
train leaves at 7:30 and arrives at
Dubuque at 11:16 a. m. Afternoon
train leaves at 4 p. m., arriving at
Dobuque at 7:46 p. m.
The London Clothing company's
display window has attracted much
attention the last day or two by rea
son of its handsome trim, emble
matic of Decoration day. Simon ft
Mosenfelder also have a pretty dis
play. William H. Moore has begun suit
in the circuit court for a divorce,
accusing his wife, Carrie Moore, of
adultery. The circumstances of the
scandal which brought about his
action, have been related in The
The Tri-City Milling company, cf
Moline has confessed judgment for
15,000 in favor of the Moline No
tional bank. The liabilities of the
concern are about $7,000. with assets
of $14,000. The mill will probably
resume again shortly.
The C, B. ft Q offers a rate of a
fare and a third for the round trip to
Dubuque, for the Woodmen head
cmp, next week. Tickets good go.
itlir Mav 33. and retnrntntr Jnna 7
Oa June 3, for that day only, a
round trip rate of $2 is offered. '
vr. Miller, veterinary surgeon, has
IQHt CnmnlaUwl a inh nf Hanl.1 wnvb
tor the fire dnnsnment hnrana filling
four decayed teeth in one of No 2'e.
Anyone having work in his line will
:nd him no to data and all riaht .T
D Collier, chief fire department."
Harry Toher has given np his po
rtion aa diflnAftanr nf aret crnnria at
Scbaum's place, on Twentieth street
na aeconn avenue Harry's re nid
ation will no doubt be mourned, as
be has come to be known aa the.
'Kin? of the Bowery." The. hnhoa
take off their bats to him. and tbe
little ones like to see him smile.
Harrv has decided to lanne.h in Chi
cago for a while, anyway.
Observer Wa x has compiled da'a
concern ng the month of Jnne for a
punou 01 zo years, snowing tbe mean
jurwai temperature io nave Deen 71,
he warmest month bn.no- that nf
1873 with an average r f 78, the cold
et that of 1883 with an averaire nf
67. Tbe hiehest was 98 on the 26th.
890. and the lowest 39 on the 4th.
1489. There were in that time an
average f 8 clear days, 14 partly
cloudy and 8 cloudy days.
The Will of the lata Mn Annatta
Carlton, of Moline. was probated
yasteruay ia me county court. The
will is dated February 25, 1897.
Clarence L. and Robert E . sons of
the testatrix, are left $1,000 each.
Mr and Mrs William Dnsinharv.
Mrs. Carlton's Barents, are left a lot
in Wood"' addition. Moline, . and the
nouseboid effects and the residue of
the estate, with the exception of a
V quest oi L.ysanaer b. riper. Mrs.
Anna Dusinberv. testatrix's mothae.
is nominsted executrix nf tha ;n
JOHNSON WINS THE RACE.
atolta. Kaa Carries Off tha Honors la tha
Andrew Johnson, of Moline, won
this afternoon's road race given by
the Y. M. C. A. Athletic association.
His time was 21:06. The course
was from Ninth street and Fourth
avenue to Sears and' return, a dis
ance of 7 1-4 miles. Johnson was a
scratch man. G S. Ashton, of Clin,
ton, was second, his time being 22:03
Now that the trouble between the
Crown Cork ft Seal company and the
International Association of Machin
ists has been officially settled, we.
the members of Tri-City lodee 388
of the International Association of
Machinists, acknowledge our appre
ciation and extend a Vote of thanks
to the retail dealers, bottling firms
and Tri-City Labor congress for the
valuable assistance given ns In our
struggle for justice; also for the
i ffective services rendered by Henry
Uarse while tn Baium re.
The F. C. A. Denkmann brought
down S3 atrlngs ofriogs.
The Ravenna came down with 16
strings of logs.
The B. Hershey and Irene D. came
down with strings of logs each
The stage of water at tbe Bock
Island bridge at noon was 6.45; the
Tbe Verne Swain, Winona aad A.
J. Whitney caaie down, and the Bart
fc. Unehan, quickstep ana Winona
went up. -
Hall of Myflowr Camp, R. N. of
A. , 101: Whereas, The citizena of
Rock Inland having assisted at finan
cially and otherwise in entertaining
the upreme officers and delegates
to the head camp held in this city;
Resolved, That we extend onr
hearty thanks to all those who as
listed ns financially, In 'decorating
and otherwise, and that onr camp
wilalwa-a remember their , freely
By order of Mayflower camp, 101,
B. H. of A. Tn Coxsnrrxx.
T point where
fYL..a-- Z. he has to in.
i r ar ject the dead-
' ly extracts of
, opium under
the skin in
order to set rest and
sleep, the grave is not
far distant. The time to
take care of health ia
before it is utterly and
irretrievably (rone. The
bum who works cm aad
on, utterly heedless of
health and too busy to
occasionally take a little
accessary medicine, is
Mmmittinv niiAmi mm
sorely as if he turned a pistol on his heart.
Bnca a man dies by little degrees. First a
little indigestion and a little neglect. Then
loss of appetite. The bowels get cloned
and the blood receives poisons instead of
healthy nutriment. Old, inert tissues in
flesh, muscle, serve and brain are not re-
? laced by new. The whole body rets stale,
he very sleeping-room of a man in this
condition is filled in the morning with un
wholesome odors as if it had been occupied
by a decomposing corpse. It has been oc
cupied by a man half-dead. The poisoned
brain refuses to sleep and hates to work.
Then comes the resort to the hypodermic
injection, of morphine and speedy death.
All tha may be prevented by the use of
Sr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
corrects all disorders .of the digestion,
makes assimilation perfect, filla the blood
with the vital elements that make new tis
sue, builds healthy flesh, firm muscles,
strong nerves and active brain cells. It
drives out imparities and disease. Thou
sands of men in all walks of life have testi
fied to its Wonderful merits.
It's an insult to your intelligence for a dealer
to attempt to palm off upon voa a ntbshtuU for
this world-famed medicine. Voa hn what yoa
want. It's his businesa to mrei that mat. When
he arges some snisitmlt he's thinking of the
larger profit he'U make not of your welfare.
5hua all such dishonest dealers.
The man or woman who is regular as clock
work is seldom troubled with disease or
mental or bodily lassitude. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets are a safe, sure, speedy and
permanent cure for constipation. One little
Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild
cathartic. They never gripe. Yon will have
reason to regret it if yon let a dishonest
druggists induce yon to take a substitute.
In the Spring
The young wife's fancy
lightly turns to thoughts
of vegetables and what
goes to make np a
seasonable and tempt
ing dinner. At onr
store yon will always
find the markets choic
est display. The prices
are always right and
quality high. Read
I II I'll! I
Tomatoes, Wax Beans,
Bomnvr Sqnash, BewPess,
Cauliflower, Bead Lattaes,
Cucumbers, New Tornipa,
Kew Carrots, Asparagus,
New Beats, Radianea,
i ranges, Bansnss.
ALL WEEK Ladles'
Hand-Sewed Shoes in
Chocolates and Ox
Thir k of buying a hand
sewed shoe for less than
others ask for machine
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
Are making the only
IN THE CITY.
It is of fine grain,
rich in flavor and
chuck full of nutri
mot, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT
We have opened to the public our new D.venpart Store, which is located at 1 15-117 Sec
ond Street. This is the store, but recently opened by J. G. Simon, of Chicago, and which 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, after which the in
terior of the store b to be remodeled and Improved for the reception of an eatire comp'ete
Stores . .
a ax '
m RECOGNIZE FO COMPETITION
LADIES . .
As we hare by far the largest asv
sottment, the aieahat munber of
styles and colors that were erer
shown in the Tri-Cltlee.
Notice Our Prices.
Hand-tnrned Oxfords in blacks
and tans, all this week, .
and no tacks In. Hand-tnrned Ox
fords, a beauty, in a nice new toe,
and fine rid stock, all widths, only
and no tacks to hurt your feet A
beautiful line of
Oxfords tn black, dark tan, wines
aad manoeanT ahadea. all new toes
and perfect fitters. If yon wish
something nicer and finer, try our
Line in black, dark wines and tans.
; The above Roods are all turned
work, so don't confound these with
the stiff, machine sewtd shoes that
are being advertised as the "easy'
shoe and at higher prices than we
ask tor our first class footwear.
You Buy of
this week and save money and get
comfort for your money.
CM Cleaning Tine
. Is her and 70a will want
that timepiece cleaned and
. put in ehape so that yon can
be more punctual during tha
coming year. Onr faculties
for handling this work are
the best We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail.
Clocks Called fcrz:lC:!iTzr.j
All yon need to do It drop
ns a postal and yonr cloon
will be called for and re
turned to yon in good order.
Wollman, the Jeueta.
1805 Second At
Store is Now
1 lv In
MEN'S SUITS AT
BOTS' HTJITS AT
CH'LDRKN'S CLOTHING AT...
FURNISHING GOODS AT
HATS AT ,
SIMON'S DOLLARS AT..,
For the Next
We will continue enr sale en
Mahogany, Tana aad Blacks,
ana eery sMest styles on mo new
Best kerralas eeer offered in
a alee line ef Children's Shoes at
tioo a few of onr very low prions
Children's Doagola 8hoes, spring heel. I to S, at s 1 680
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, i to 8. at t (So
Children's Chocolate Shoes, epriag heel, t ho 11, at 1 1 eo
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel, t to 11. at t t t 69o
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, a to 8, at t ftoe
C hlldren's Chocolate Shoes, no keel. 8 to ft, at t t 40o
Children's Dongola Shoes, no heel, 8 to 8. at t t 1 J0o
BUlo SHUE9 AT I
MEN'S SHOES AT t V V F f
LADIES' SHOE3 AT 1 4',vV
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
1501 Fourth Avenue.
rtre Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
3 W Bnfnrd, President.
MM, vtos push sat,
!ea bashMas Ja 17 S, wet. aad eeeepy Ska
eat. atiichaU A Lraas'B aaw aalldtaaT
lAdiae ftae Shaea in an
Laws er Botsoev, of the best
qnaner toe, at
.And having the right
plumber at the right time
will save you many dol
lars Steam Heating and
Gas Fitting are our par
ticular hobbles Honest
work and honest charges.
We'll Do It
For you. WeH chance yonr
walls Into a wilderness of beauty.
We'll straw tbesa with dainty flow
er! In detlcate tints or we decorate
tnetn la anlqne designs plain and
almple, or so tntrteate that It will
take yoa a day to find the end of
enrre. We can please yoa tn color
and deslan we can please you In
price. It will tloaaa as if yoa.
come here; If you come here, we
Will p'-ease you.
kizzi IVtll P:;:r Cj.
810. SIS, 814 Twentieth St.
Incorporated Under I
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
B w com,
IXock Island cad
1717 Second Avenue.