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THIS AliGTJfJ. TCE8DAT; APillL 19. 1098.
To Any Reliable Man.
?4nre arpltanca n4 on irmrtth'a remeatea
ef turn periil be. wnt in ti ti. wunout any
admma p-i vmrnt, by the fremoni company in ihs
wnrlit in tlia treat mem ot ox n itnt, brotoa. dl
eoorwi from effecie of exrennna. worry. oer
wort. a. Happy mnrrli" tecured. complete ren
jreathm or orrir.pmTit of nil mtiatt connitlonx.
Tha I'ma ef tnt offr li HmHrd. No C. O. II.
MEDICAL CO ANAr
She Was a
He didn't hsvj to ccax any of the
girls into car
Ice Cream Parlor
Just the mention of
Krell & ItlntU'
Name and their delicious
In all the natural fruit flavors will
draw them In without any coaxing.
There it nothing io refreshing and
nourishing on a spring-like day as a
dish of our superior Cream or a glass
oi our loveiy
Served with pure eream and rich
nataral fruit syrups. If you fcol the
ppring fever coming on drop in and
see us, we can serve yon with some
thing refreshing and toning.
KRELL .4 MATH
Try cno cf our Crushed Fruit
Ice Cream Sodas.
Hi one use.
1716-1718 Second A venae
W hite Palaoe s Sweets
ARE the leaders for fine
fresh Candies Almond
and Hickory Not Nupets
are wonderful takers. Taf
fies and Nut Candy's fresh
every morning. Our Cara
mels are perfect, and those
delioioua Popcorn Fritters
load them all.
Will surely suit you, and
our elegant bill of Cream
and Chocolates aro the nest
in the three cities. Try a
Ice Cream i
White Palace of Sweets
Telephone 2 on 1348.
FOB K1THF.R HEX.
Thla reanrdr belnar In.
Jrrted dlreetly to the
4 ay at af tha 4lnara
If hi Q lOi af thf ratl-1 Haary
In I 1X3 lOlrhaacTe mt kleu Cur
Ulm mij ay
A. J. Rim. Foarth Avenue Drug Store,
awl. Rock bland, la.
'I1 WRSH ,
LAST GENERAL MEETING.
Oirnmltte In Ortaree if Wool an C le-
brattun Aaacmltli Turf crrow Nlrht.
The last meeting cf it'.1 grr.cral
committees ia charge of tho IV oJ-
men cornerstone ce'.ebra'.ion wi.l be
held tomorrow night at the ci'y hall.
As it is expected that each ol the
respective comm'ttees will have dis
charged its du'y by this time, ai d as
the directors of the order wi'l be
present for cooperation, it is hoped
that all will be ready to give an ac
ceptable account cf themselves.
Chairman Jam's McVamara, of
the transportation committee, re
ceived word from Chairman Cald
well, of the Western Passenger aspo
rtation, this afternoon that the best
it would do for Kock Island was one
fare for the round trip to all points
within 100 miles cf Rock Island,
tickets limited to the date of the
crr.-rsione lnying. This is a mat.
ter that rhould receive further at
tention, as it doubtless will.
The Ancient Creeks telicved t at
the Penates were the gods who at
tended io the welfare and prosperity
of the family. They were wor
shipped as household gods in every
bou,e. The household god of today
ia Dr. King's Ne'w Discovery. For
consumption, coughs, colds and for
all affections of throat, chest an'
longs it is invaluable. It has been
ttied for a quarter of a century aid
is guaranteed to cure, or money re
turned. No. household should be
without thia good angel. It is pleas
ant to take and a safe and sure rem
edy for old and yonng. Free trihi
bottles at Hart 3 & Uilcineyer's druj
store. Uegular size 0 cents and l
Ltewcnert to Wil.
Willi .Mil f. Luke f'lliiML'O
MKs M. 'rimi:l l,ee l'M:e'o
lleurv '. Wrlilinir i;iveiiHrl
Ml-s Minnie Mueller Ihivei.pirt
l.iKlwii; Wieileiimann Meline
Mi-" Amelia l,:iiro Moline
rr.ink A. McNeill hic;i-o
MKs lltirfiice A. Stewart Kock I.kmil
"tan Wor-t Coll I Knr Hail."
Yon can cure it in one night with
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. 25 cents
sj all druggists. No euro no pay.
Arnold's Brorno Celery cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 60 cents. Beiss
85 Years Ex
403 lirady St., Davenport, Iowa.
EASES MEN AND WOMEN
MEDICAL JOURNAL FREE.
How to pet well. How to keep
well. Conmiltation from 9 o'clock
a in. to 5 o'clock p. ui. Sundays
from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Telephone
OW SATR4L IT IS TO
wntrh him who "climbs
we w ri(l,r if hn will rearh tho
top. It i Ibe 'nivivnl of the at
1ct." If yea wonH be at jour
oiKijon nqpt he healihr. Yonr
rnilv necen to be nonnnlied lkA
Kfnfhulns ranch as an enaine
nK?i fnel to pndnre nteam or
yon cannot climb ' The great
iK'u-im nu ro munr u Tney can
nt take nnnrlthment al d dlL'ltt it
ronpniTLtly their crptti (or
booyl ct-. ot run at a high rate of
J'd. T: eir fiiod i pot digentcd
udcoi.veit dmtozred ric b'ood.
rocFeanently ibey fa 1 behind on
u cniie. 'i he trouble la with i he
whole r.i.ettlv- tiact rt ODe
man in five whnac atnmarh and
a hole vlaiuloiar nytu ia in
pud healthy t.m'iliun oing ita
work irorrlr. I h imnlt i ho
hew nica nconi" or later In an nn
halthy cnnoitlon. lie rie thi.
lh-t and the otfer mho;, hot
tin i remove ue canrc, aril so rail
to rtgsin bid health folly, ilia
jattm neera renovattcy There
ia roihinir that renovaua the whole
(yftcinsr.il rtorts ihe Btomncb
aidwbrle p1n"nar aylcra to a
amrM icancy conaiiir.Tj tqua t
Ir Ka's iichoiator. It nmovea
tteraufehvat'ik njr to the very
r.i wtttc matter. Thin in whT it
enreg euch a arte variety of din. a es which are
Uuaola to a-el be j by auy oiher remedy. Te
ca-es ii nan perirm--n are m-r-clous, n-ad tne
following rrom Mrj. l!.a'! yulvey, si aw, San
aa: I bl Neuralgia in r!ht fU of hrtrl and ee
ontil I became cuiinly olind. l)r. Ka'a Reno
vator haa done me more eood than al the doc
tors and patent medicine 1 ewr triid. and I tried
a groat many. It h heloed my rye. head,
atnmach and liver very much, and I alarp much
AlaoonefromKcv. J B. Wad Morrf wn. Tol
! am anUmiohed a, the mildutto and yet the
nicim.ry or ir. ivay a neoovator in movir it eon
'ttiatcd bowel. an1 in prodncicz a rrrnlar,
na'oraldaly diachanre. 1 fcave been afflicted
with coui-tliKtion for j car "
It i- no d by drusirl-t r r nnt by n vj tnatl fT
1 eenla or f 1. Imnt uke ar.y rnbmtnlr for it
hianoa-inai. Wri nn for our Vi-pn rook. It
baa SS valuahle re:ipea a'id t'eata near) all di-
t-i't. Aldrett Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co.
Omiha eb. We aUo enarnntee lr. Kav a
Lang Btlm to enre cTery kind of oonirh, influenza
uv ia-Kri(fpo. r rue lor oooa.
"old by T. H. Thomsa, dturKU".
Of our new stock ot Wall Papers
doesn't alone lie in their artistic
colorings and designs, but in
their remarkable cheapness. Wall
Papers 20 per cent cheaper than
ever before. See our great re
duction in ; rices and you win
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
310. 312. SH TWENTIETH ST.
MI LAX XOalHOS.
Milan, April 18. Mr. and Mrs.
etstoce. cf Scott county. Iowa,
visited with friends in Milan last
Henry D!romfield is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldsmith, of
Bock Island, spent Sunday in Milan.
Airs, ti Uaare and daughter, of
Milan , visited with Ed Normoyle and
ismuy, oi Bcrai, last weefc.
Mr. and Mrs. Bojd McMichacl, of
Zima. spent Saturday and Sunday
with air. ana Mrs J. K. McMtchael.
Miss Hattie Cropper returned Sat
urday, af er a few days' v;sit with
friends and relatives lu Rock Island
Miss Elizabeth Whitsitt returned
home Saturday, after spending a
week with friends and relatives at
ihe horse ol H. Schuck. which
was badly irjired by a team belong
ing to (las Erickson, of Rural, died
Mies Tiihe Kecoe, cf Vandruff's
Island, left Wednecdsy for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Conway.
of Preemption. -
lomWjnep, of Rural, and Miss
Lottie Park, of Coal Valley, who
were marri d in Rock Island April 6.
are very ill. Mrs Wynes' mother is
now attending them
Charles (ijble, t,t Be Island.
joined the Naval Reserve at Moline
last Inure day evening. Charley is
a gracdson of Benjsaiin Goble, the
oldest settler of Rock Island county
uv. a. w. Kcherd and li. 11 Uo-
nen attended the Presbytery at
Dixon, 111.. Tuesdav and Wedsesdav
of last week. Mr. llonens also vis
ited his eon, Fred, who is with the
engineer corps at Sterling.
l'UKT UYKON" HUMS.
Port Bvrcn. An il 19 Mr. and
Mrs. John Sexton, ot Milwaukee,
were here Thursday visiting friends
George Metzgar. of Chicago, ppent
Sunday in Port Byron.
Tom Allen and Jim McCaulev
shipped out on the Molice Saturday.
A 12-pound baby boy has arrived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wil
liam Nicholson, Jr.
George Savage, of Chicago, is
spending his vacation here, the guet
of hr brother, Robert Savage.
t Congressman Prince has been writ
ing tome ol our dyed in the wool
democrats, soliciting their support.
stating that he was in Washington
at his post of duty and is a candidate
for rencm'.nation, and as he 1 onto
the rc pes now would be able to s Tve
thorn better it elected.
Unusual interest was taken in the
school elections in the upper end
last Saturday. The following were
elected: Tort Rtro.i, C P. Aibrecht;
Hose Hill, Dtn Noah and S. Bryan;
Leafy Bower, William Moore; Adel
phia, G-orgrt W. Gdnuug; Pteasanl
i'oict, Georgo B ehiniicr. All of the
tbove with the exception of Pleasant
I'oint were hotly confuted.
Ids COUNTY TICMFLB.
April 16 John Cooall to Charles
E. bottles, p irt lot 8. blcck 6. U
born's second aid , Moline, HJ0.
Edward Conail to Kdward Do Rue,
part lot 8. block 6, Usburn's second
add., Moline, (900.
Louis O. Jahns to C rist Send
gard, traot by metes and bounds, so
4, 6. 17, lw, 11,000. .
Itoi hi w'a Arnica Kalre,
The beat salve in the world tor
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
ernptions, and positively enroe piles,
or no pay required. It is guaran
teed ti give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Hartz dt Ul.'e
mcyer. Khatuuatlam Cued lu Three Day.
Mortan L. 11111, of Lebanon. lad.
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism ia every muscle and
joint, her suffering was terrible, and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
in bed tor six weeks and had eight
physicians but received no benefit
until she tried the Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. It gave immediate re
lief and she was able to walk about
in three days. I am sure it saved
her life." Sold by Otto Grotjau,
1501 Second avenue, druggist, Kock
Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Pilee! Pllee! i'lieel
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment will cure blind, bleeding and
Itching piles when all other oint
ments hare failed. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once,
acta a a poultice, gives instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only tor piles and
itching of the private parts, and
ti.Hhing el.. Every box Is war
ranted. Sold by druggists or ftent
by mail on receipt of price, 50 cents
and 1 per box.
Williaks Manufacturing Co.,
Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Bahosen. Druggist.
A Qim (?) ajadlome.
There is a medicine whose pro
prietors do not claim to have discov
ered soma hitherto unknown ingred
ient, or that it is a cure all. This
honest medicine only claims to cure
certain diseases, aad that its ingred
ients are recognize t by the most
skilled physicians as being the best
for kidney and bladder diseases. It
is Foley's Kidney Care, bold by T.
Subscribe for The Abgcs
ON THE BALL DIAMOND.
Rack Inland and Ullrhrrat to Meet Hzt
The Rock Islands will cross bats
Kith the Gilchrist team at the park
Thursday afternoon. The colliers
are a husky lot of boys and good ball
plajers, and an interesting game
may be expected.
Manager Anderson and his players
are practicing daily tt the park.
Tne Pine Ridge Indian ball elub
got stranded at Quincy last week.
The manager bad to telegraph home
for money enough to pay car fare to
8 octal Cnav,
A pleasant anrprise was given
Dennis McKincey at his home at
732 Thirty-lifth street by a largo
dumber of shopmates, in honor of
his birthday. They presented him
with a beantiful rocking chair.
Mrs. Henry Butler, of 519 Ninth
avenue, was tnrprised by a nomber of
bbr lady neighbors and friends, who
came with loaded baskets of eatables
and a set of dishes, and all hal a
good time, in honor ot her birthday.
- Lowering ot the ttreat Lake.
f W. S. Harwond writes of "The Great
Lakes" in St Nicholas. Mr. Harwood
Geologists point out the fact that tbis
chain of lakes has not ulways been as
it now is; that there was a titno when
all tbo lakes wero blended into ouo,
having probably the Mississippi river
for its outlet to the gulf on the south.
Uno geologist says:
Every day sees something taken from
tbo rocky barrier of Niagara, ami geo
logically Epcukiug nt no very remote
tiuio our groat lakes will have shared
the fato of tliofo which onco existed in
the great far west. Already thuy have
been reduced to less tbau one-half their
foTmer area, anil tbo watur level lias
Lcen depressed 300 fort or nmrti. The
process is pretty pr.ro to gnnn until they
are completely emptied. The cities that
stand upon their banks will ere thut
time liavo grown colossal in t-izi', Then
gray with aye, then fall into lt ca
dence nnJ their sites bo long forgot
ten, but in the sediments that are now
accumulating iu these lake basin will
lie many a wreck and skeleton, true
trunk and floated leaf. Near the city
sites mid old river months these sedi
ments will be full of relics that will il
lustrate and explain tho uikigk-d come
dy and tragedy of life.
In a rtairi senso these lakes form
cno mighty river, drainini; a region of
over oTi.OOO gipiuru miles and finding
au outlet for tin ir overflowing water
through tho swift St. Mary's river at
the east end of Superior; through Hu
rou and tho St. Cluir river and Lake
St. Clair and the Detroit river; through
Erin an I Niagara ami Ontario and the
St. Lavvrcuco, on to thu vatt uceuu be
It is interesting to unto that tho bot
tom of Lako Snpt rior, the highest of
tho lu!;i:s, i t abo'.it 4HD fcrt In low tho
surface of tho son fit New York liartur.
Very Politely I'aU
Several rlurgynn-n Lnardcd a street
car in Boston otio day. and line of thimi
hearing tint Wendell Phillips was in
the car got up uud u.d:ed the conductor
to point li i in out. Thu conductor did so,
and tho miuiottr, going op to the ora
"Von aro Mr. rhillips, I am told."
"1 should lika to speak to yon about
something, and I trust, sir, you will
not be offcudedl"
"There is no fear cf it," was the
sturdy answer, and then tho minister
began to ask Mr. Phillip earnestly why
he persisted in stirring up such an un
friendly agitatiou iu on part of tho
country about au evil that existed iu
"Why," said thoclorgynian, "do yon
not go south uud kick up this fuss and
leave the north in peace?
Mr. Phillips was not in tho least ruf
fled, and answered smilingly:
You, sir, I presume, are a minister
of the gospel:"
"I am, sir," said the clergyman.
"And your calling in to save souls
"Well, then, why don't you go
thore: Sau 1 rancisco Argonaut.
The Chain Gang.
"Thoso gentlemen who are attired in
tho peculiar uniform that fancy ascribes
to thu pirate and freebooter, ' ' bays au old
time Washingtonian, "now known as
the 'chain gang,' do not belong to a
modern institution, as it is generally
supposed. Win!'.) it may be a new cus
tom in some parts of the country to
wor tho offenders of municipal law on
tho streets tho custom has prevailed iu
this city fnr about three-fourth of a
ccutnry. The corporation of Washing
ton established tho asylum in 121, and
the male inmates of tho penitentiary
department were ordered to report for
work ou the streets Nov. 23, 1S23. Tho
asylnm, r,r poor and work house, was
located then ou thu square bon tided by
M, N, fcixth and Seventh streets north
west, and in the early days those placed
in tho gaug were so small in uumner as
to attract no attention. I do not thiuk
tbat any attempt ti place tbo offenders
in tho black and white stripes was madn
till long after the asylum was moved
to tho banks if tho Anacosiia, abjut
1840. "Washington Star.
Glad 1 hi la i a Aaaara gnflerera.
Foley's liuney sod .Tr givet qoi-k
and positive relief ia ali cases. Sol
by T. II. Thomas.
B)dily pa n loaes Us terror it
you've a bottle of Dr Thome s'Kcler
j trio Oil in the hous . Instatt relic f
in cssss offbern. cuts, sprair s, acci
dents of anj ort. Scld by Marshall
fc Fisher. " i
Te tke Paatle.
Commencing the 1st ot May, 1898.
we. the utdera'gued clothiers and
furninhers ot Rocs Island, agree to
close our respective places ot busi
ness at 6:30 p. m. every evening in
the year except weanesaey ana Sat
urday, asd also on the following hol
idays at 12 noon: New Tears, Deco
ration Day, Foarth of Jnly, Labor
Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas
dsys. We to keep open evenings
the two weeks previous to the above
SOMMIKS LA ILLE.
llOSBKrXtDKB 4 KOBX.
Willi a ii Stswabt
Simon V UosutrtLPiB.
Jonas Bkah & Co.
awuuiiar ro tiaaw.
1: may be worth something ic
knov that the very best medicine for
restoring the tired out nervous syt
tm to n healthy vigor is Electric
Bitters. This medicine is pure!
vegetable, acts by giving tone to the
n rre centers in the stomach, gently
stimulates the Liver and Kidneys,
ar i aids these organs in throwing off
impurities in the blood. Klectrio
Bitters improves the appetite, aids
diction, and is pronounced
tco-:o woo nave tried it as the very
beet oiood purifier ond nerve tonic.
Trj it. Sold for 50 cents or 1 per
nottiu at carts a lllemeyer e crag
OIt uw Cbtldrea a Ortak
Called Grain-O. It is a delioions. ap
petizing, nodrishing food drink to
tske the place ot coffee. Sold by si)
grocers aDd liked by all who have
used it, because when properly pre
pared it tastes like the finest coffee.
but is free from all its injurious prop
erties. Grain-O aids digestion and
strengthens the terves. It is not a
ntiruulant, but a health builder, and
children, as well as adults, can drink
it with great benefit. Coats abont
one-fourth as much as coffee. 15
Kidney" diseases are the most fatal
ot all diseases. Foley's Kidney Cure
b guaranteed remedy cr money re
tarded. T. H. Thomas sells it.
108 WEST SECOND STREET, DAVENPORT.
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and when buying Liquors
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To Be Remembered
The laying of the cornerstone of the Woodmarj
building at Rock Island April 27, Hon. W. J.
Bryan speaker of the day; and attend our
Spring Opening, as we are offering the greatest
assortment in fine and medium priced shoes in
the three cities. Trices the lowest.
Open Until 9
For Wat Ails
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