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THE AEGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1899.
is a hard task these days, but Shield's cash
grocery has kept ahead of them in the way of
grocery merchandising. rot alone in the matter
of prices, but in getting the best for the monej',
have the patrons of the store been benefited.
Watch Shield's cash grocery and you will be
keeping your eye on the industor of success.
Read our List.
Impounds granulated sugar 31-00
Hood smoking tobacco per pound 0c
Navy chewing UAtatxo T pound " Jc
12 bars Kirk's saline 8 ap 25c
Graham Hour ir hack 20e
Washing powder, per package 03c
Klevf n bars V. N. O. Soap ti5c
Alaska Salmon, per cau '-'c
Mixed Nuts per pound 11c
Four X Online, per package 10c
lilo Coffe", per lb 10 and 12c
Three I'ound Can Kaspberries 10c
Three I'ound Can IJlackberrle9 10c
Four Cans lbys l'ack, Swott Corn 2.1c
Two Cans Iumpklns 15c
Two Cans lU-d Kidney 1 leans 15c
TJiree I'ound Can Wax Beans Ooc
IVas, per Can, 5, 7. and C'.'c
Complexion Soap, three Kars in a Mox. O'Jc
1730 Second avenue and 202
That's an honest statement, and
we hao no riht to vour luonev
Thai is our sreneral policy
Note this list :
tlranulated Suar l'J lbs l.in
Wo4Imans Choii-e Flour 1.1.1
Maud S. Flour l.lo
Square Deal Flour l.lo
Kansas Woinlman Flour l.n;1
Triumph Second CIrade Flour. . .
Tea jk i tti :10. :. or .1"c
1'K-st Fine Salt per hbl l.oo
Nice California Ham per lb
Kojiular hams per lt
Sliced ham per It,
XXXX CoiTcc per package
tiood Sweet Corn per can
ireat Koek Inland Corn 4 cans.
Other Hcttcr Kramls 3 for
tioinl rice per It
lemons, jht dozen
Ix'inon Kxtract. jht IkjIIIc
Vanilla Kxtract. jer bottle
Tomatoes. 2 cans for
llest Urands Tomatoes. :t eansfor
These prices prevail at both stores. Main store corner Fourth
Avenue and Seventeenth St. Branch store 2223 Fourth avenue.
A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.
ICc sack salt per sack 05c
Four packages mince on at
Fiesh Kye Fiour, per sack
Fresh Kye Meal per sack
Dr. 1 'rice' j liaking Powder, per lb .
Schepp's Sbreded Cocoanut, per
baker's Chccolat , per Jb
Japan Tea, per lb
. . 3c
. . u5c
New Navy llsans, t-lx cjuarts
New Wed IVas, six o,uaits
Gold Dust Washing Powder, per
E ameline 8c, 2 for
Holland heiring per keg
Butter, per pound 1"
Corn starch p t package
Sarge saner pickles per gallon
gallon Lottie auiuionia
. Back salt per tack
ilGQO FiHIi ATe
Eighteenth street, Rock Island.
therefore a ool iMliey. We feel
unless we "live vou full vaiue in re-
on the whole line of jroods we lian-
Dread, ; loaves
California Apricot. vr can.
Yellow Table JYaches -J for. .
Nice Canned Teas. jer can. .
California Peaches er can.
Fine Homemade Mincemeat
Svr'.ip, jht ra!ion
Sorjrhimi. lK-r gallon
Maple i rup. xer jrallon ....
New Navy lieans. jur juart.
New S'otch l'eas. t ijtiaits. .
Soap. 6. S, 10 or 16 bars for.
Jirpe uranes, per no
Evaporated lVars, 2
Sweet naval oranges doz lo 1-1 nrl.ic' ' ' 'T ".-" 'Vf - ... alm a:lr to
Splendid Hakiug der. per lb. 2c I h,f nj:ht shoulder and side. He says: the racking
Kuckwheat. iier sack :?0c I "M,T rl-ht. aI,., tl t.1.lue9. was.e?l,.r.e v : disease. r
Com Me-al. iht sack 1 "s"'99- tm"1 L mberl-nn s l'ain .Cough Medi
New California Prunes. u-r Vi,' " ' .1c 1':l.lm- .an" V as ?P"i J 1 11 remedy
' A SURE-THING.
o r- a - . r:iai comuianuci -"v niamumi jo
er.die rdsses npprupiiauuii
Small Arms Factory
AVAILABLE TILL EXPENDED
Alto a Tot il of 9li7.Tol.34 Allows
for (lenpral Malntenanre and Improve.
tncnr l'owfr Station to He Ktoretl
ItriiK Contained in Two ISills of Inter
Anv dot) tit there might have been
as to the ollieial approval by the sen
ate of the I'nitcd States of the ap
propriation of SS.jU.OW for a small
arms factory at Hock Inland arsenal
has lieen removed by the receipt by
V. H. Moore, of Molinc. from Senator
Culloni.of a copy of the hill for supplies
for the regular and volunteer armie
which was adopted hy the senatorial
ImmIv during the winding up of its
losing sessions last week.
An item in this hill sets apart $3.10,-
UMU for the manufacture of small arms
at Hock Inland arsenal, the money to
lie available until elcuded. The
government plant here likewise wili
share in the following other appro.
priatioiis contained in the same hill:
For ordnance stores and issuing of
arms ami fuel, $:.'.'". U0; ordnance
stores and supplies, $..i00.O0: repair-
i mg and preserving ordnance stip-
I plies in hands of troops and for issue
at arsenals and depots. sf.io.noo; pur
chase and manufacture of ordnance
25c stores for requisition of troops, .:M', --5c
(kiii: infantry, cavalry and artillery
iciiuipment, ;170,0ol); overhauling and
preserving ordnance on hand at arse
uals. $.10,000: tiring morning and
evening guns. $-1,oo; targets for
artillery practice and implements for
04C j mechanical maneuvers, $!O,O00: man
ls, i u fact ure, repair and issue of arms at
naiiouai armory, y-juo.v- o.
.More in Sunilry Civil Hill.
Senator Cullom also sent a copy of
the sundry civil hill, which was
passed, and which contains the ap
pended appropriations fur the irovern-
ment plan am! property here: Mi.
chine and shop fixtures, 5'IO.COO: .Gen
eral cire, preservation and improve
inents. paintinir. building fences ami
sewers and rradinr trrounds. H'."UO
completing repairs to Hock Island wa
"on brid-re and viaduct. :J..riO: re-
pairinir arsenal railway. $2. "; re
storing power house machinery and
electrical plant. '..."il.i'l; three ad
ditional turbine wheels, pen stocks
shafting, machinery and water juiwer
?2l,.i.0: coal (lump. k1!S,Pmi: paving
tort Armstrong avenue, f lJ.oM:
operation, care ami preservation of
the Koik Island iiridire and viaduct
$ia..iU. Total, :7.701 i'4.
The senate refused the appropria
tions asked for t lie new hospital and
The appropriation of $.V01H) for the
improvement of t he Uoek Island har-
lor was passed.
Commandant Blunt is highly elated
over the Imal success of the small
arms appropriation, as t he factory
means greater activity at the arsenal,
the employment of more people, and
the attaching of preatcr importance
to the Koek Island arsenal. And with
him tlie jx-ople of the three cities wifl
'l"he committee, K. H. (Iiiver. Koek
I-laud. Congressman Joe K. Lane.
Davenport, ami K. Moore, of
Moliuc, as well as Maj.
I'.liiiit, who went to Washing
ton in me iiiierest ot the arsenal a-
roprlat ions, have reason to feel jrra
tilied over the success of their en
deavors. WRIGHT SIGNED FOR FIELD.
Memlirr of Lut Yrrii Team to Kinain
In ICurk IsLtml.
Joe Wriirht has signed a Koek Island
contract to hold tlown his old position
in center field. As a member of last
season s ball ciui Joe demonstrated
his ability as a valuable man in the
far jrarden ami at the bat. His throw
ing was phenomena!. Wrijjht does not
have to take a hack scat lor anv ot
them when he is attending strictly to
A Narrow Kxrapr.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada
Y.. Hart, of (Jroton, S. 1).: '-Was taken
with a had cold which settled on niv
lungs: cough set in and finally tcr
initialed in consumption. Four doc
tors gave me up. saving I could live
but a short time. I gave myself up
to niv Savoir, determined if I could
not stay with niy friends on earth. I
would meet my absent ones above.
Mv hushaud was advised to get Dr.
. Kings Atw Discovery lor Lonsump-
tion. Coughs and Colds. 1 gave it
1c trial, took in all eight bottles. It has
15c cured me. anil thank (Jod I am saved
2.1c' and now a well and healthy woman."'
35c J Trial Uitlies free at llartz A: Ullemey
3.1e!cr"s drug store. Kegular size 50
Cue cents and $1. Guaranteed or price
K. De Fluent, editor of the Jour
Dovlestown. Ohio, suffered for a
relief almost immediately. The l'ain
i Halm has been a constant companion
, oi mine- i-i l-i -tiiiee ;iiiil il iiuei iai3.
For sale hv all ilruggists
I-ou- ICates to H. "iVoriti. Tex.
On March 10. 11 and 12. the Chi-
, cago. Ko k Island V Ha-ilic will sell
j tickets to Ft. Won il at the rate cf
; one fare for the round trip.
F.tnrate Tour Itowela VUh Cacret.
Candy Cathartic, curs constipation forever.
. n n in r f y- J f i-ikin rlian m ntistn in 1 't
COMMODORE KILLEEN HERE.
Kins Skipper of tbe IMnmon.l .lo Line
Conies to Town.
Commodore John Killeen. the gen-
i i f , I,.-. I i ,
,leet :inl skilIer of the
;n the city today, and
in company with capt. treorge L,a
mont, the company's local charge d'
affaires, called at Tuk Ai;;t s cilice.
Commodore Killeen is on his way to
his home at DubiKjue from Kurling
ton, where he spent yesterday. He
has been there adjusting the steam
loat landing ijucstion. and came to
Koek Island for the same purpose.
The possibility of a steamboat war
along the river letween this city and
luincy, the commodore said." wan
greatly exaggerated much of it en
tirely "newspaper talk. Hut when he
was "asked point blank if a little war
was not likely, nevertheless, he
shrugged his shoulders and with a
self-coiitouted expression remarked,
well, not a very protracted one, ai
Killeen said his company was anx
ious to erect a warehouse in Koek Isl
and in keeping with the city's line new
levee, hut he felt that if such was
done the company should control it.
When it was explained that the city
was determined to have no more than
one warehouse t here, if indeed that
could not lie avoided, the commodore.
who is one of the best hearted, as well
as one ot me snrcwocsi men m tlie
world, replied: A'ell. I do not be
lieve anybody can point to the time
that the Diamond Jo line stood in tin?
wav of anv boat having as good rights
as the Jo had at anv point of landing
if it could get them."
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Miss Lucy Iissmore left for Spriug
lield today to visit.
Waltcr llvnes and Miss Edna Col
lier are to Ik' married March 'JO.
W. S. Hand, of Edgington. was
among liiK. aki;i s callers today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Wilson, i'l'1.1
Fouith avenue, have a new 10-pound
Aid. E. K. Rhodes, one of the good
natured city fathers of (Jalesburg.
was a Koek Island visitor today.
Col. E. A. (iarlington. inspector
general, I'. S. A., arrive I iast night
to spend a few days with Caul, and
.Mrs. T. J. Kiiford.
John W. JMcAfee. of Tavlor Ridge.
ami Miss Julia A. Coyne, of Howling
township. Merc married Wednesday
by Rev. II. XV. K -herd, of Milan.
J. K. Doran. of Knoxville. Tenn.,
is in the city, and his visit may result
in the removal of a welcome institu
tion, of which he is the head, to tins
ci t v.
Mrs. Morris Mulcahv was surprised
at her home yesterday afternoon by
On friends in honor of her birthday
anniversary. She was presented wit h
i neat remembrance of the occasion.
Refreshments were served.
The Koek Island Club is arranging
to tender E. II. (Jr.ycr, who, as the
club's representative, recently accom
plished so much jor Koek. Island arst
nal in Washington, a titting testimon
ial in the wav of a baiKiuct at tin:
clubhouse, March 17.
Three more games in the handicni
billiard tournament at the Koek Island
Club were played last evening. CoV
(J. W. Durham with a handicap of 7i
to 10 defeated C- H. Marshall :) to -J7
On an even start J. (. Haddock defeat
el XV. II. Dart ;lo to 41. J. T. Staf
ford gave W. II. Haire 50 to 31, and
tiie latter won out by a score of 34 to
his opponent's 3U-
ZC;isou for ;rjt! it uile.
I have always been troubled with
rheumatism. 1 took medicines with
out relief ami dually decided to try
Hood's Sarsa pari I la. Since takin
six itoltlcs 1 have had no symptoms
of rheumatism. I have increased in
weight since I began taking Hood's
Sarsaparilhi." Mrs. Mary F. Klaine.
Hood's Hills cure all liver ilis
Mailed for 25 cents by C. J. Hood &
Co.. Lowell, Mass.
The Cresrent l:riI(;e.
If favorable weather continues, next
Monday will see the Crescent bridge
completed. The Hhoenix company is
hustling with the linishing touche?.
The draw will lie tested and in oiierat-
ing order lie fore the owning of navi
The Hhoeniv Hridge comjany will
store its machinery, as is customary,
until ready for it in the next locality
where a contract is secured. The
crew, a jolly lot of fellows, will be
divided, some to lie sent into Miniu
sota and others to Philadelphia.
the undersigned, do hereby
1 ! ..,! t
to lcfund the money on u 5u
bottle of (iiecne'3 Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fai!s to cure your
cough or cold. We also guarantee a
25-cent liottle to rrote satisfactory or
HOKST VOX KOKCKKITZ.
Ilae loo Had the (irlp?
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honev
heal vo'ir lungs and stop
cough incidental to this
'olev's Honev and Tar
cine is unoiiestiouablv the
for the throat and lungs.
Pleasant to take and is guaranteed.
Messrs. Cunr.idi Hros., Masonic
Temple, Chicago. ay: " 'Orangeine"
is ali vou ciaim and more."
ive me a liver regulator and I
can regulate the world." said a genius.
The druggist hui-ld him a bottle of
j DeWitt's Eittle Early Risers, the
j famous little pil!. ForsalebyT. II.
j Thomas, A. J. Keiss and M. F. ISahn-
Sentenced to Fourteen Years'
Imprisonment for Child
FIVE HOURS TO REACH A VERDICT.
Cap (lorn to the Jury at lo o'C'lork Lt
Nlcht Prisoner Apparently SHtltlel
X ith tlie Punishment I nipfel Con vietert
of Kllllnc the Cilir of 111 1 .".-V.ar-ol.l
l;m Kilter Closing Argument.
"We. the jury, iind the defendant.
John Treglown, guilty in the nianncr
and form charged in the indictment
that his age at the time he committee
such crime was o.- cai s, and we iix
his punishment at 14 years in th
When the loregomg verdict was
read to John Treglown in the circuit
court at ! o'clock this morning, he
lolled back in his chair with a sigh of
apparent satisfaction, having evi
dciitlv resigned himself to a more sc
vere punishment, as it had been whis
pered during the closing hours of th
trial that the least he would receive
would be imprisonment for life.
Judge Ramsav. before passing sen
tenoe, asked Treglown if he had any
thing lo sav. The prisoner repliei
that all he could hope for at the
hands of t he court was the shorten
ing of the term imposed upon him by
the jury. Hut Treglown's reijuest
was of no avail. He said he did not
want a new t rial.
Maj. J. M. Heardslev and XV. A.
Meese addressed the jury in behalf of
Treglown, the latter linishing at
o'clock last evening. C J. Searle
made the closing argument for the
prosecution, talking from S o'clock
until t!:3i in the evening. The jurv
retired ' at 10 o'clock and at 3 this
morning had reached a verdict.
State's Attorney Searle savs he is well
satislied with the outcome of the
The Convicted Man's Crime.
All are familiar wit h the atrocious
crime of which Treglown stands eon
vieted the killing of the babe of his
1.1-year-old daughter, Annie, anil the
burial of the remains beneath the
lloor of a barn on his premises at Coal
Henry Treglown, John Treglown's
son. will lie placed on trial next week
TO END SATURDAY NIGHT.
Close of the Imlii.st rinl l-'iilr at the Holler
J he industrial fair will terminate
tomorrow night. Tlie management
lias decided to disp se at auction of
all articles that have not been sold.
The program last evening was en
joyed by a fair sized crowd. There
was music ov J.ieiier s orchestra, a
piano duct by !. Seabcrg ami C.
Swan-on: vocal solo, Miss Edith
QuaIe: x lopheiie selection. Charles
Firkens: burlesque farce, "Hcnnv-
br'ilh I'od vonges.11 Charles F. and
Tonight the Waldo Mamlolin club
will play and there will be some good
WILL OF GEORGE VOGLER.
II-liiiituii VoniiHhip I:k1(I tat
tate to Wire.
The will of the late (Jeorge Vogler
who va one of the large land holdeis
d the upper end of the county, and
whose home was in Hampton town
ship, has been probated in the county
court. To t he deceased's wife, Agnes
Vogler, is left the entire estate, sae
a fjw small heiiuests. She is also
named as executrix of the will, with
out bond. The will was drawn June
17. 18Jt. The testator directs that
$.100 he left to his son. William, and
to his daughter, Kate Vogler, is left
$.1, "or whatever sum the law allows
in case of disinheritance." After his
wife's death the testator orders that
the property lm divided equally anion"-
me lonowing cniidrcn: i cier, lieorge
II.. Wiihelm and Charles Vogler, and
Elizabeth Haver, Maria Madelena Yost
and (ie.'lru le S ilieibj.
Hext of All
To cleanse the system in a gentle and
truly bcnclicial manner, when the
springtime conies, use the true and
perfect remedy. Syrup of Figs. Huv
the genuine." Manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup company only.
ind tor sale hv all druggists at .10
cents per bottle.
lilteu up hy luur lloclnrn.
Heaver Dam, Ohio, Aug. 27, 1!.1.
Mv daughter, after being treated by
four doctors, and being given up for
si. a neignoor rccoiii mended r olev s,
Kidney Cure. Today she is able to
walk several miles without fatigue.
I feel we would have lost her if it was
not for vour medicine. Respectfully,
Mi:s. J. M. Uailev."
Hefore the discovery of One Minute
Cough ('ure, ministers were greatly
disturbed by coughing congregations.
No excuse for it now. For sale by T.
H. Thomas, A. J. Kciss and M. F.
Pneumonia is the quick agent of
death. Fully one-third of recent
deaths have leen from pneumonia fol
lowing la grippe. Pneumonia cannot
follow the use 01 roley s Honev and
The noble army of sc.' '-supporting
women liml Orangei no a great help
in their hours of suffering.
Coa't l.wco Spit nti Srulf loir Lire km.,.
To ouil A. easily ur.j lortHr, beu
oetic. foil of life ee ve and rigor, Uike NoT
(la:, tlie wonder wcrtt-r. taat makes weaii men
iironjj. All druggists, SCc or II. Cure puaran
teed. BookUt and sample free. Address
Cstrucg Kexiiy Co. Chicago or N'tw Yor.
S v-.-.-,.. ,"--rji.k or.
g - -
This style in .? or $:.o0 grade,
in all widths and si.es.
tan or black. . $J.50 $ J N
E SHAl.l. CAKKV
an extra large
assortment of How
Shoes for the coming
season, and thev will
he here in ample ti me
and it will pay you
to wait .
line of Ladies'
Shoes will be
ARE WE MIND READERS?
PERHAPS! WE'LL TRY
Well, Friends, you are watching the weather
changes and your winds are reverting to thoughts
of clothes, new, nobby clothes, clothes that
make you feel comfortable and dress you well.
IS THIS NOT TRUE?
Wc believe we have on our counters the very line
oi clothing you have in your mind, correct in fit,
finish, fabric and fashion, protected and guaran
teed by "the Mark that never disappoints.
ISeither your neighbor nor any one else can have
any better goods than the lines we have just
opened for your inspection.
SOMMERS & La VELLE.
1S04 Second Avenue
ROBT. SMYTHE Agent,
A t Phil S.
' v y ij? 'y
Our "Aurora" ; Mannish Shoes,
jicrfect litters, cither in
tan or black $3.00
OI K LADIES' LOW
Shoes are par
excellence. This cut
represents the Ox
ford on the Mannish
and Second ave
nue, Koek Isl
and. One Kriee.
And good workmanship to build
a bicyide to carry the largest
man on earth. Joe (iiitiMS
weight .1:1.1 pounds, rides a
Cleveland. It's the 111:1 i 111 11 111
of humanity on a maximum of
It's safe to ride a
Cook Stoves for
Cook Stoves with Kescrvoir for
eize No. 3 Stores, Square Oven