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THE ABGUBy "WEDNESDAY, APB1L 13, 1098.
n WaMlMT W MT HT.
Rain and colder tonight; -fair
and warmer Thursday.
Today'a temperature, 40.
. F.a. uvtt, UDterver.
Boll batter at Long's.
Hynes rents tandems.
Bnj a home of Reidy Bros.
Special hat sale at Byrnes'.
Lee's Little Gem Is the best broom.
For reliable fire insurance call on
E. J. Barns.
If yoa want first class batter trade
with W. C. Maucker.
The best potatoes in the city can
be had at Maacker's store.
Dolly Bros., headquarters for chil
dren's shoes. Prices and shoes right.
W. C Maucker keeps a full line of
fresh groceries whioh he sells as low
as the lowest.
When in need of plumbing give as
a trial. Stewart & Schofer, 320
i wenuetn street.
Business property, residencepr6p
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
the city by E. J. Bums.
The annual post-lenten dancing
party of the Sheridan club occurs
this evening at the armory.
A little internal revenue collector
has arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Lamont, in Milan.
Call at 1803 Second avenue and see
the elegant line of spring suitings
Just received. Gas Jfinglin, mana
The general committee in charge
of the Woodmen building cornerstone
ceremonies meets at Turner hall to
The Boyal Cinch club concludes
Its season's eaieties with a dancing
party at the Standard club rooms this
Mrs. Fred Koch left Monday for
her home in Seattle after a visit with
her mother, Mrs. E. Beok, and other
The MeCabe oritur oneninir ale
has been on of the important events
of the season. Flowers, ousio, light
Charles W. Merrilies, of Chicago,
traveling freight agent of the North
rn PeetficY is In town in the inter
est of his company.
St. Paul lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will hold its regular meeting this
evening and all members are re.
quested to be present.
The Octavo Cinph cib met with
Mr. and Mrs. John Stenge" it even
icg. Miss Carrie Pratt and Charles
Arnold won the prizes.
There will be prayer meeting at
iweniy-nintn streetcaapeithis even-
Inn aft T . On fflji .. L. : . fit i
K .v. iui Duumui will uo
Any lady who misses McOabe's
granra spring opening sale, loses an
opponuniiy wnicn aoes not come
.gain for another 12 months.
. . . . .
watoitBe nas lots or penny paper
( left, and gives more than one pat
tern io mace your selection irom
See his big line before yoa bay.
Bemember those cane seated chairs
that the Flemming Furniture com
pany is telling for 65 cents ftre going
use not cases, uniy a tew lert.
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Falk, of
Stonghton, Wis., who have been vis
itlng at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J,
L. Murphy, left for home this morn'
Good times here. Yoa will feel
richer when yoa see his goods and
prices. A few rollers goes a great
ways at George Sutcliffe's wall paper
Sheriff George S. Nestle, of Car
roll county, Iowa, is here to take
back Carl Christensen, wanted in
Carroll for obtaining signatures by
If yoa need a pair of fine black kid
shoes, why not buy them now?
They're going at the assignee's sale
at the Peaslee shoe store at less than
It cost to make them.
Hon. E. W. Hurst left last night
ior inicago, wnere tonight he dehv
ers an address at the Jefferson cele
bration of the Bryan and Altgeld
club at Central Music hall.
The past week's business has been
very good at Sutcliffe's, bat he ex
pects to sell double the amount of
goods this week and the wonderful
low prices he offers will do it.
Day & Nelson, of the Sylvan Ice
company, are prepared to serve all
their old patrons and many new ones
wnn a pure quality ol ioe. Hang
out your ice card or telephone 2181,
McCabe's millinery department
was actually swamped with the tre
mendous business for a few days.
More help and better arrangements
is hoped to relieve the crowded conditions.
The Jefferson day celebration by
the Patriots of America occurs at
Turner hall tonight. There will be
addresses by Mayor T. J. Medill, Jr.,
who will preside, State's Attorney
J. searie, K. h. uuyer ana A. r.
There are some very attractive
tyles in black vesting top and cho
colate tan ladies' shoes going for less
tban It cost the Kock island factory
to make them at the assignee's sale
at the Peaslee shoe store. Open
A. H. Mertz, the editor of Gen-
eeeo's sheet, the Peoples1 Union
Mission, is now appealing to his
friends to assist him from the Mt
Carroll, 111., jail, where he is serving
y-montns' sentence for slandering
some of the prominent people of that
Wanted, at Sutcliffe's, the wall
paper dealer. Second avenue and
Fifteenth street, this week, the lsrg.
est business ever done in this city
and to do it he will offer such bar
gains in fine goods that you cannot
miss it if yoa buy your wall paper at
Covenant Mutual meeting. Policy
holders in the Covenant Mutual as
sociatlon should be sure to attend
the meeting at Tamer hall this even
ing, when definite arrangements will
be made as to contesting the right of
the association to make the increased
assessment. Louis Conn, secretary
To keep your refrigerator sweet
and clean, use ioe cut in pore water.
Ask your ice man wnere he cuts his
tee. bcnoessel's watertown ice is
pure, cut nine miles above the city
ana snipped down in cars. We can
give prompt servioe on short notice,
Lowest rates. Office with Port By
ron Lime association. Telephone
are kept sound and weak lunps '
are made strong by Dr. Bell'sJ
Pisk-Tak-Honhy a scientific
remedy of the most wonderful
efficacy in all lung affection. J
"A rrar wo I had ft Ion aprll of trrrr ,
ttwtaauM ta m? lunn and caiwtl a ar-.
ti round. Mr rhyolclata ttinueM I :
wooUl noi rmm. but !. Bn lH Piss-
Tar-Horky atopfwd th rounb i once
ua anon rraton-n m in ntaltb "
QUO, A. ALL KM. Clear Spring, Ky.
fiii certain specific for coughs,
X colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asth-
ma, whooping cough and croup.
T PtV tV We., mni II hottK. At all
A Mighty Army
Cardinal Taschereau died at Quebec
at C:15 o'clock last night.
Grasshoppers have been reported al
ready In Madison county, Ind., and at
Bar Harbor. Me.
June 2, 3. 4 and 5 the Scotch-Irish
Society of America vlll hold Its ninth
congress at Chicago.
Charles Keep, a cousin of President
McKinley, is dead at Crawfordsville,
Ind. He was 67 years old.
Hon. C. II. Gmsvenor was renomina
ted yesterday for the Sixth time by the
Eleventh Ohio congressional district.
The Swiss government has prohlb
Ited the Importation of American fresh
fruits, because of the fan Jose scale
ine tiepuuiican congressional con
vention for the First Kansas district Is
In deadlock between Charles Curtis and
Charter elections were held in many
towns and cities throughout New Jer
sey. The Democrats have made very
Former President Benjamin Harrl
son, who hns been In New Tork for the
past ten d.ys attending to legal busi
ness, left for his home in Indianapolis
CharU-s Pale, of Mattoon. formerly
assistant clerk of the Illinois house of
representative, has been appointed by
Governor Tanntr custodian of the state
arsenal at Fprtngfleld.
The threatened wage troubles In the
Pittsburg coal district ate about set
tled. The operators after considerable
discussion have ratified the scale as
adopted by the committee.
A woman physician, who is the wife
of a physician In Indianapolis, thinks
'.hat souls and bodies should lie admin
Istered to Jointly, and has united
preaching with her practice.
The editor of a Missouri paper writes
borne from Washington that when he
called upon the speaker of the house,
Mr. Keed was perfectly at ease and
not at all disconcerted In our presence.'
XoUoa of Co-FsrtMnblp.
To all whom it may concern: The
undersigned have this dav entered
into co-partnership (or the purpose
ol conducting a general contracting
and building business under the firm
name of Guthrie & Sievers, office
and shop 415 Twelfth street. We
would respectfully solicit a share of
tne puoiio patronage.
Dated this 11th day of April, 1898
WILLIAM A. Gl'TBKIE.
Tax Collaoaofa Notice .
The taxes for 1897 are now due
and oavable at the office, of ennntt
superintendent of schools, court
t A a . a
nouee, ursi noor near norm entrance.
Brine last veir'a tax receinta. anrf
avoid delay in searching for descrio-
aVf t r
uona. r. J. L.EZ.
No More Mall to Cuba. .
New Tork. Arril 13. With the de
parture of the ateamship City of Wash
ington for Havana today the postal
service from the United States to Cuba
will close for the present.
aim tMlati HUM Satrartn.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick
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ana positive reuei in an cases, sola
by T. II. Thomas.
OF CRESCENT riders contemplate
with great satisfaction their pur
chase of a '97 CRESCENT. The
daily use of the wheel has proven its
"The Regent' $3.50 Shoe for Men. !
Cresctnt Bicycles ....
For '98 surpass any previous efforts in
bicycle construction. No grade so high
as the Sky High Crescent grade. Ex
amine them at
To satisfy yourself in gro
ceries if yoa know where
to buy the best groceries at
the lowest prices. Hess
Bros.' is where you can find
them both. Give ns a chance
to satisfy you. Read the
Sweet PoUtoef ,
Dressed Chickens, Spricg Chickens,
Wild Ducks, Dressed Turkejt,
1S20 StMBl in. Xdtftat 1031.
Sewing Machine Department
Call and see onr Machines
before yon buy. We have
the best made. All kinds of
Needles, Oils, Belts, etc
Full line of Jars, Batteries,
Bells, Pushbuttons. Wire,
Salmonias, Zincs, etc.
Blue Flame Oil Stove
In one, two, three or four
burners, with or without
oven, at lowest prices.
We have a full line.
And all the late creations
in fashionable millinery may
be seen at
Call and inspect the hand
some line and have yonr
trimming done by up-to-date
milliners. Seasonable Prices.
1324 Third Avenue.
The Best Bicycle in
the world for
WE CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR NEW
line of Men's Hand Welts in Chrona Taos and new
shades of Vici's; also Blacks. These Shoes we have se
cured the agency for, and they are equal in style acl wear,
ing quality to any 5 lines offered elsewhere.
Be Sure and See These Shoes
Before buying. All the new lasts, and all the widths.
The Regent" 3 50 Shoe, "Special IS Welt la Russia
Ride a Stearns and be Content
1897 Models, $37.50
1898 Models $50
Flush Joints; Adjustable
Handle Bars; Morgan &
Wright, Chase. Hartford or
Vim Tires; Garford, Sager,
Scott or Gilliam Saddles;
Baldwin or Indianapolis
Chains; Record Pedals, and
guaranteed by a firm who
have been in the business 30
years and have millions of
dollars back of them. For
324 Twentieth St, Rook Island.
SOS Wst Third St., Davenport.
Ask for the Pttee Crest,
The best wheel In
the world for $35.
We are Agents for Chase Tires and We carry the largest nock of Sundrlra
fix the pucctures free. In the city at prlres that are rfght
RPPAIRItlH WE CAN FIX ANYTHING FROM A
ncrmmriu nutmeg to a clap of thunder.
TR! JT D TFT! "JJ gsri 9 02 EIGHTEENTH STREET.
Bicycle Shoes Latest Styles.
FOR THE SPRING '98.
IN BLACK AND TAN
THF AHAMG new sttle men's and women's shoes for '8 is the swellest
M MiL AUAllltJ AND MOST CHIC CONCFPIION. THEY WILL BE WORN BY THE MOST
STYLISH RIDERS, AND BY THOSE WHO PLACE COMFORT AND WEAR ABOVE STYLE.
TRY ADAMS FOR YOUR BIKE SHOES
" Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue. Open Evenings.
JUST RECEIVED A l'ULL LINE OF JOHNSTON & MURl'HY'S MEN'S SHOES.
AFTER THE RUSH IS O VER . .
The manner in which the people crowded our Spring Opening Sale is convincing that our
efforts are appreciated and that the public have confidence in our advertisements which we
are determined to maintain at all hazards. "Better than we anticipated," "Aren't they
splendid?" and many similiarkind of remarks come from those who visited our store during
this sale. We now direct attention to
FINE LINE OF TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS
The kind that appeal to those accustomed to wearing Tailor-Made Suits. These suits fit
and are made every bit as good as those you would pay a tailor twice as much for they
bear an M. & K. label and are sold with an M. & K. guarantee. Large and stout men, tall
and slim men are fitted with our special makes as they never were fitted before.
tailor.made suits $8.50, $10, 12,50, $15 to $ia
Ordinary ready-made suits from $3.95 to $7.50, but no shoddy at any price.
MEN'S MILLINERYFedoras from 48c to $3.50, Derbys from Sc to $3.50.
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES : :
BOCK ISLAND AND
DAVENPORT : t