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THEAIIGUS, "TUESDAY", MAY 17, 1898.
"A. PERFECT FOOD
' Has stood the tet of more than too yerrs" use asionr; ail m
classes, and for purity and boncst wcnli is unequalled."
Costs less than ONE CENT a Cup. f
Trade-Mark on Every Fackago.
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD., 2
Bicycle Glove Salt
$1.25 Glo ves
Headquarters for Sporting Goods.
BENNETT'S GLOVE STORE.
Chubby, Rosy and
14 ,'T -V rS.
.. X A ,. I li I x III! r a - . I
Who feast mi KKELL &
MATH'S Kich. Tun- and De
licious Ice Cream.
Are our licst ail v-rl i s-iiu'iit .
I'.vH'itli'a tliritu on .it and
invalid ran cat it ami be
ixniri-lii-tl, when I hey rniililn't
laslc victuals of any kiml.
Doctor prescribe Krcll &
Math's Ice Cream for fever
patients at all limes, as it is
cooling, toning anil nourish
ing In weak stomachs. It
cools ami revives when yon
arc wilted ami worn. lnr
ereani ami ripe fruit flavors
onlv are used. Dur Ire Cream
unit Kruit Ice arc pronounced
delicious by connoisseurs in
Brick Ice Cream
N I lie only w ay to have it
er eil at our iti uncr or party.
Three Rinds in eaeh brick
easy to serve ami -costs no
more than the Imlk. We
park it in ice so that it will
keep for hours or until used,
ami we deliver it.
KRELL & MATH
lTmnc IIS. I7I0-I7IH Second Avenue.
IVars the motto. '-Coolness
for All." It's our Sl;
lute, lired not with guns, lmt
with foam. There's IkuihI
to lie a hot time before the
S'plrniN r eiiiino. :md olir
fountain of delicious drinks
w ill bring relief to Old Sol's
vietims. Keep eool and help
to keep others eool in this
Mimiuery encounter lietwecn
nickels and prespiratien.
It's having a summer resort
at home to meet at our foun
tain. Uhite Palace
" of Sweets.
MB Wboleaom&ns It la Delicious."
BAKER & CO.'S
TIIK COINTY TKMI'I.K.
Mav lL James Stewart to Slorer
Jolinson. part lot !. Iiloek 2. Tavlor
Ki.lge. ll'."l. ;
Alfred Adams to Margaret J. old,
lot 12. block It. Ibipids City. i?l."0.
Margaret J. N'old to K!i.ul.eth
Downs, lot J. Idoek :5. ltapids
(ieorgc W. Milchem to Knnl Midler,
lot 1. Idoek . Thompson &, Wells'
add., ltock Island. -'.!mm.
K. II. (Juvcr to Alice le.iiimls e.'. sej
It), 1. Aw. V-'. !'".
Hen jnmiii tiee to I'aul I'. Ciickcrl.
lots I . J and :, Mock 11, lliiiimton,
Annette II. tJuver to K. II. Cuver,
ei sej HI, Hi. ;iw 1.
Adam Mandel to Christian IVt:'i
son. s.'. ncfrl.1. !). 17. -'v. 1.D.
ouisa II. Itrd to W. 1). Har
ris, siv'i swj ::nd w acres sej s
:i-'. Ki, :w. and part lot h. ), Hi.
Charles (5. Anderson to N'athan C.
Tyrrell, part lot ... I.li.ck I. Atkinson's
scfuiidj.uld.. Molim;, p;ui .lots :i and I.
Idoek L'li. old "town of Moline. Ifl.
Nathan Tyrrell to I'.i n I!. Tyrrell,
part lot .". Mock I. Atkiii-ou's - sccmnl
mid.. Moline. part lots .i and I. Mock
Jli, old town of Moline. ?l,i'tH.
Allrntlnn. 'aniim ami Ushinc; I'Hrtlrs.
We are headiiiarti'rs for eampinr
and lishin supplies; also a full line
of fresh groceries always on hand and
at the lowest price. Ice delivered to
all ramps. Kresli and cured meals,
fresh produce direct from the farm.
All "nods so'd will i.e delivered flee
S. .1. Ai-i-i.K. Scars, III.
For Infants and Children. '
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of rIfo
ELT'8 CREAM BAt.M UapoaiMTVcora.
Apply into Uie mvtrila. ll Is quickly absorbed. 80
cent at Dminr'J'ti' or by mall ; aarip! 10c by mail.
iXY BROTHEllS, M Warrta Bl. New York City.
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CURE AND VAN BUR EH STS.
oe block Irons '. It. I. A: P. aut
L. S. A .n. Si. H til road depot.
lmrrovemer.ts costing $75,000.00 hive
just bn completed, and the house now
oflers every convenience to be found in any
hotel, including hot and cold wates. electric
light and steam beat in every room.
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM .McCOY, 0ncr and Proprietor.
MAFI TAKES HIS LIFE
Hurls Himself Into the Mississippi
i-romthe Rock Island
TRAGEDY OCCTJES THIS AFTERNOON.
The 'Kuiriile, ToanR and Well Dreaaed,
first Aska a Workman for a Knife,
and IteiiiB Kefased It, Jamps Into
the River in th I'reaencs of Two
The KK-k Island police were notified
this afterntHin that a man had juiiiteil
off the Koek Island bridge at 1 o'clock.
The witnesses of the traeilv were
Mike Ceai y and Pat Burke,
two I)avcnKirt citizens em
ployed at Koek Island arsenal.
They told the guard they saw the man
throw himself over the railing. Thev
hastened to the spot, hut all thev
could see was a dark olijeet, w hich
thev supMsed was his body flouting
-,t Wanted a Knife.
The suicide vv:fc,a blonde, about 28
years of age and well dressed. He
had a light moustache. He first ap
proached William Kctlmoinl. a work
man on the bridge, and asked him for
a knife. Kedmoml. Iieiug suspicious
that the man wanted it for no good
purjMise. refused the reiticst.
The unfortunate individual passed
along to a convenient sMt where
there was no one to interfere with his
plans, and hurled himself into the
stream, (ieary and Hurke called to
Redmond, and the three ran to where
the man jumped in. lie made no
outcry. He arose to the surface once
and then disappeared iinderthe water.
The derby hat which he wore floated
for some moment s.
FLANNEL SHOULb BE WORN.
It Will Save the l.'vr-s of American 6ol
ilJcrs Y.v Cuba.
To tiik EniTuu i't may not Lo known
to our army that dcriiiK thu first cf this
last Cnban rebellion the Cnbans them
selves said that tho Sjianish i-oliliers
uuld nut have died in ko (;riat num
birs from tho effect cf thu climato had
they worn flannel instead of linen.
As a frcat favur I h that you Lrin?
this to imljlii: entice, iusiiiting that at
lrait each mau bo provided with snd
wear cuiustantly nub l'pht weight t!an
Eel Laiida(.'( 8 us nro w i.ru in thu Eouth
ern Ktates durini; tho ehokra season,
ni;d that such l;aju!:i( a ho a part of tho
outfit furnished tu uiilurs Ly tbo ladies'
'Iho CuLiiu lunonli-ht is eai1 to be
very dangerous tu uortiicm eyes, nud
tl:o uight air if the bead iv nrprs'tected
will canto fribrful bcad.u Iji.s. I have
lived tar muiii in 1 ltnia, near to n
Cuban eettlemcut, und am writing this
iu tho interest of motbvrs and wives
'.vlioju icu.i and husbaudH aru my Lri.th
cru, r.iul t,f wlium I urn in a uicnsurb
thu liiejitr. fcr. Alexandra iu Chicago
IlimlnMi ricu C About In I";ill t iiir.irm
Ili-.iMly For a Call at :ice.
Dallas is a veritable military camp,
minus the tints, l'ully tilil) enlistments
uro kLowii ;n the muster rulis, S00 of
tbo men bt in' well drilled members of
the local companies of tho Texas Vol
uiitier guards. Tbo ethers Lave crsau
i'.'d dnring thu la.'-t few days. The obi
cn'.;.,ttd men aro unifnrnied. AUbongli
th.-y bavo not becu ordered into camp,
ne;r!y every man of them (;ocs about
hij bi:pinc:s pursuits in fall -uniform.
Ktv.plcyo s of stores, newspapers, banks
and ;'usuran-;o companies uro all pre
purcd to answer any kind o( a cai! at
Adjutant (ieueral Mnbry recently
ccmiuissiouorl Thomas Surry of Dallas,
tbo old euptain of tho Houston Lif;bt
guards when they wero the world's
champion drill company, a captain to
raiso a company c-f picked men as a part
of tho state's quota. Snrry whs asked
by Mabry how King it would take him
to organism tbo company. Ho replied
A Spanish Art Student'! Sliatake.
A Parisian je urn: ! Fays that disputes
between tho Spanie.ds aud Americans
at CohiroMii'K thrc-v.eu to raddle that
most tranquil art se-hcol with a tragedy
sooner or later. When tho news of the
president's message was received, the
place was in an uproar and all work
was laid aside. Finally one cf the Span
iards, who was "op" on American his
tory, recalled the fact that tho United
States bad once teen at war with tng
laud and began to King thu air "God
fc-ave tbo (jueen ;" his compatriots took
tbo bint aud joined in, hoping that thu
Americans present "would wither un
der this refined aud exquisite torture."
What was his surprise, however, to
hear the latter joining lustily in the
song with the words of "America."
The. Spaniards were much mystified at
first, and finally confessed that tbey bad
never heard that the melody to both na
tional airs was the same. Xew York
Ferrybuata For Use aa (ianboatc
One does not crdiuari'y think of a
ferryboat as availablo Ut war, but the
Boston common council recently voted
to turn over tbo ferryboats of the city
without churge to tbe government frr
use as guubcau. New York Tribune.
Whea Weak. Weary and Wasted
from kidney diseases, w hy not try
Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed
medicine. For sale by T. II. Thomas.
When doctors fail try l'mrdock
Wood Hitters. "ures dys"epsia. con
stipation: invigorates the whole svs
tem. Sold bv Marshall & Fisher.
i.Kriwarrw vaBuyeaiRBmc 1UC or 25C
11UCC laU to cure, druggibte rduad uiuntj. !
Official rroreedlnira of Laa: Mh ' Com.
Rock Island, May 16. The
council met in regular semi-mouthlv
session at 8 1. m.. Mayor Medill pre-
liiing. ami ail the aldermen present,
rhe minutes of the last regular and
following adjourned meetings were
read and approved.
The mayor announced the folllow
ing assignments to standing commit
tecs for the new municipal year:
Iridges. Surman, Soderstroui.
Claims (Jail, Beck. Lolise.
Finance Maucker, Wlieelan. Soder
strom. Fire and Light 151eucr. Aster, Pen
der. Health and Police Wlieelan, Iileuer,
Lice-use anil Markets Lawheal.
El well. I'doucr.
Ordinance F.lwcll, Aster. Ilcvk.
Parks Heck. Johnson. Winter. As
ter. Wheelan. F.lwcll. I-iwhead.
Printing Johnson, Pender, Mauck
er. Sewer Lohso, El well, flail.
Streets. Alleys and Grounds Pen
der. Surinuu. Lohse, Maucker, Aster.
Waterworks Winter, Surinam
The clerk read a ietition from Uos
culicld liros. for leave to open a paved
The clerk read a etition from Carl
Achterimtnii for leave lo erect a frame
shed within the lire limits. Re
ferred to the tire and light committee.
The clerk read a pel it ion from
Henry Mint, for leave to move a frame
shed to his premises. Granted on
motion of Aid. Wlieelan.
The clerk read a petition from
David Cramer for the abatement of a
nuisance in block 4:1. Chicago or
Lower addition. Referred to the
The clerk read a bond by the Dav
enport & Rock Island ltrulge Raihvav
& Terminal Co. in the sum of 5f2.j.Mni,
as required by the right of way reso
lution of April 2 last. Referred" to the
finance committee on a substitute
motion of Aid. Pender, the original
motion licing by Aid. Johnson, to ap
The clerk read an ordinance to
amend the ordinance licensing hill
posters. Aid. Gull moved immediate
consideration. Aid. Maucker moved
as a substitute that the ordinance be
referred to the ordinance committee,
..The mayor rcMirtcd an exjM'riment
in sand filtration mailt- under the
conditions of the reservoir specifica
tions, w hich has produced a wonder
fully line effect, and that specimens
of the water have been sent to the
University of Illinois fwr a bacterio
City Attorney Marshall called atten
tion to an error iu a sjiecial assess
ment by which the Kanfian". propertv
on Ninth street is assessed for an al
ley adjoining. Aid. Johnson moved
that the city clerk lie instructed to
pay the $tU.1!l delinquent on this al
ley. Carried by iiHfluimoiis vote.
The mayor reported an invitation
fr John Bufonl Post to the council
to attend D ration day ceremonies.
Accepted, the council to attend in a
body, on motion of Aid. Maucker.
Aid. Ehvcll offered a resolution for
a street light on Twenty-eight h street
and Ninth avenue. Referred to the
fire and light committee.
Aid. Iihse offei'i d a resolution for
an intake piic on the west side of
Twelfth street, between Fifth and
Sixth avenues. Adopted.
Aid. Lohse offered a resolution for
an electric light at Eleventh street and
Eleventh avenue. Referred to the fire
and light committee.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. John
son. A. D. Ill ksim;.
How to Look (iooil.
Good looks arc really more t han
skin deep, depending entirely on a
healthy condition of all the vital or
gans. If the liver lie inactive, you
have a bilious look: if your stomach lie
disordered, you have a dyspeptic look;
if your kidneys lie affect'od, von have
a pinched look. Secure good health,
and yon will surely have good looks.
-Electric I5itters"is a good alterative
and tonic. Acts directly on the
stomach, liver ami kidnevs. Purifies
the blood, cures pimples, blotches
I ...:T.. I . - i .
.ion ! os uiiii j;nesa goon complex
ion. Every Imttle guaranteed. Sold
at Hart a & Ullemeyer's drug store,
ot) cents jut Imttle."
I'llea! rilea! I'ilea!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at oiue, acts as a poultie'e,
Sives instant relief. Dr. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared onlv
for piles and itching of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every Isx
is warranted. Sold by druggists or
seut by mail ou receipt of price, 50
cents and $ 1 jut Ikix.
Williams MASir-ACTCKixu Co..
IVoprietors. Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Rahnsen, Ihmggist.
A Warm Friend.
Folev'.: I'.,li Ij lw.i l....
diluted it is a warm friend indeed to
mose sintering irom Imwel com
plaints. It never fails. 2. cents and
0 cents. Sold bv T. II. Thomas.
Daat Tokaero Spit aad Soa Toar Ufe Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netic, full of life, nerve and vijror, take No-To-Bac.
the vnmlivnrW .. , -. i.
. . ...... uiimv- .caiuca
strorc. AU druggists, SOc or II. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and aa tuple free. Address
oicruug ncmeuy u., fjnicago or New York.
The Kind YMHnjAfwan
Jl : AliuUSTANA NOTES. . J
The summer term of two months
will probably begin aliout Juue 1
The students in all departments are
extremely busy with their last exami
nations. Recitations in the business depart
ment will elose next Friday for the
Tins faculty of the shorthand de
partment has lieen roinforciil by Or
lando Peterson, principal of the Cable
The class of '98 of I lie business de
partment w ill wear a ring for the rr
maimler of their life in remembrance
of the pleasant days they spent at the
Rev. and Mrs. J. JcRjtcrson enter
tained a large art v of friends at their
home on the occasion of IheirlOth
wedding anniversary last Saturday
The business department alumni
association will have a social gather
ing iu honor of the outgoing class at
the Watch Tower Tuesday evening.
May 21. Speeches, music, refresh
ments and social amusements will lie
the features. The alumni of the thn-e
cities are invited to bring their
TO. ORGANIZE VOLUNTEERS.
Company to Be Formed at Turner Hall
Don H. Shaw has called a public
meeting at Turner hall tomorrow
evening at 7::iil for the pui iose of or
ganizing a company of volunteers to
joiu (Jen. William Cieiidcnin's regi
ment, which is to lie in readiness to
respond in case of a second call.
Tiie meeting will be addressed bv
local orators on the war situation
and there will lie stirring patriotic
Transit! Inn! it- Nt-wa.
licutcr's tclev-ninis. Hie direct, and M;e
kpr'smdiliM supply the n'ailin-4 mid commer
cial public on this side of tlic Atlantic with
fuithrcl news. Ocean communication with
Hie other side has also received immense tm
pctus thro-.ih the inipnivcnient of si cam ves
scls und the increase "I tbeir sizu uud motive
powfr. l'dssctiicrs across Hie Atlantie lire
i i spite of sp enuid aceomiiioila!ioi:s atd the
les cncd vibra ilon ly iniproremcnt in I lie hull
ofweam vcssi-ls always liable to seasick
ness The nausct which the complaint pro
duces is curable with Hostiiter's Sloninch
r.i iters, wb'ch quids and invigorates the
stomivrh ant n-licvcs liiliousiiess. Malaria and
the disorders caused by changes of climate,
exposure iu iuclciiie-nt weather and unusual
diet, arj at o remedied by il.
Saed Ccoanae Her Signal Was Disref-arded.
Molliu M. Dickiusou, who lives out
miar Wathuua, Kau., sued thu Rock Is
land road recently iu the fedoral conrt
for $2V500 damages. In August, 189a,
ifco was moving a hay press along the
big-bwfty near Ell wood, Kau. Iu cross
jog the Ruck Island road tho machinery
boh, and tbo hay press and wagon col
lapjail ou tfce track. Sbo knew a train
waa due eoon and trvrried down the
track a quarter of a mile aud signaled
th3 train to stop. The train went bowl
ing along aa usual and struck her, break
ing her arm aud bruising her so that
the avers she will ever be a cripple.
Then it scampered on up tho lino and
plowed through tbo hay press. Topeka,
THE EXCELENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and s,kill with whieh it is
manufactured by scientifia processes
known to the California Fio Svkup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing- the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fia Svrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding- the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Fio Svwjr Co. wit h the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it diKs not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FKAXCISCO. CaL
LOt ISVILLr. Ky. SLW KIRK. ff.r.
Why They Are Better.
The woman who selects her spring millinery, aided by the possibility of our
large and well selected stock, may be sure of getting the correct thing. The
peculiarities of this season's millinery is very marked. The correct hat is a com
posite of Richness, Elegance and Good Taste. Our variety of such millinery is ..
endless, and we have trimming talent capable of producing these
styles. You pay nothincr extra for these at
Swanson's Millinery, 100 West Second, V f A UR.
and when buying Liquors
for Family or Medicinal
KENTUCKY'S LEADING BRANDS V
f iimnu h,iM(ii.tiitMMiD...c. . . d m
.'VUIIUH - .... . ...., v...c.nampimTinr tori IMCIl- T
ulc sot liroken and that it bears the name t.iUmlCi, A
It is a Governrncnt Cnarantee that goes with this bottUjf J(
ALL DEALERS SELL IT
MONDAY. MAY 16. Indies' Tan Oxfords
Tl'IDAY. MAY 17. Misses' Tan Shws. la.v
WKDNKSDAY. MAY IS. Men' $1.W Shoes
THURSDAY. MAY 19. Indies Slipper
FRIDAY. MAY 20, Indies' Tan Lwe Shix s
SATURDAY. MAY 21. oli.sh given away with every pair of Shoes
We close at 6::W exiM-pt.
I j uul
In our (ireal Spring Slm k of High Cradc (JimmIs. (JimmI
iiiality and honest merit are in all goods we show. Uni
formly low prices an made on all we have to sell.
You Can't Go Wrong When
Rocaiise we have just one
is to give a dollar iu good
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Caps and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
The Newesl St vies in (treat Variety.
ALL depart meiils an freshly stoekiil for I he spring trade
with the Most Popular and Desirable (omhIs made.
Come to us for anything you may need and get il at a price
von can afford to pay. Men's Suits . f(i, $i.60 aud $7,
Values that are dillieiilt to match at the price.
1S04 Second Avecue
Foot Par Ont Paid on Depoalu. .
atoaev Ioanari on P.raonai ColUMral or Beal Saute Beunrlty.
J. M. PnfurJ. Pmid. nt,
Jubn Crubaacli, Vlue 1'rcakleat.
P. tireaiawalt, faobier.
Be?au bmiacM JitUt. and on-nprtbeS.
B. Curner Miletacli A Lynde'a acw baiUllns.
take no other
MAY SHOE SALE
Change of Program Dally,
Third Week ...
307 TWENTIETH 6TBEET,
Weilnesilay ami SaturiLty.
NO HEAD n J
1 1 1 l uni iuniitu-A
You Buy From Us
way of doing busiuess, and that
quality for a dollar of any man's
Of onr new stock of Wll Fpri
doesn't alone Ha in their nrttetle
coloring! and designs, bat in
their remarkable ebeapneaa. Wall
Tapers 20 per cent cheaper than
ever before. See oar great .re
daction in prices and joajriil
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
810. 812. 814 TWENTIETH 8T.
Incorporated Under the
18 LAND. ILI