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THE ABGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1899.
Oriental Rugs . . .
TO TAP THE MAIN LINE
jhZ ' Proposed
AMONG the most prominent arrivals of New Goods
the past week are our own direct importations
of Oriental Rugs, coming to us from the districts of
Turkey, renowned as the best producers of these
fine goods, and from which they take their names.
Our importation includes the choicest products of
Extension of the Bur
lington Road From Davenport.
BOUKHARA, ' SHIRVAISS,
A IS IS A TOLIAISS,
CHREWD buyers are taking advantage of this op
pcrtunity, and they are moving rapidly because
the prices are very low for these superb productions.
If you are interested, we would suggest an eaily
SUEVEYS HAVE BEEN MADE.
H. C. PETERSEN'S SONS, &
V-mu The Dimlction Or Chambejiun Kinot &Ca
Tuesday Evening, March 14.
if . . .
Col. Robert G. Ingersol
latest and best
I'rii'rs '0 ;iml .. ntul 1.
Nr;il salt ;u KlukrV.
Corner Thin! Avenue Nineteenth
Big ; vnina-iiim.
Bright Beading Booms,
Social :nnl (lame Booms,
Kvciiiiig Kd ucalional Classes,
Commercial Arilh luetic,
Anv self respecting man irrcspec
tive of creed or natiotialily may join
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
phitino work, we have de
cided to rcducu the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work nml
place your order. All work
guaranteed t In; sali -fac
Bring iu the litllo
Booms opposite Hsrocr House.
ttr.1n wrth Tn wbtar yw .nrffio th.
r.mu.r no Jrif tor Ui."ti, w
tin, puriflr. tb. biood. tr-J4jM I lSS .
l.-rr lull nullood.f 1 Q I lOgt
Bttralin. njrr. T fls I i ft 0 1 A.-. .... !. i ti.,
r.,1 poct,tTT k-'jIOTl B A r from
111 vouch for . T.kr iLwit.
" a w1U.rattnUT.lraltrntJv On
not. CI. i,uall, rim: 1 bom M
fltrnW4 to rtr. or rofnttd nnnT
kTr. WlUtatn' Indian Pil
k .ntinriili. Xrr Uiuid
'Blpetlinc ant. Itr-hin,.
1'lits Itih.oriitif tumors.
:as llts itcbinc at uncf. act
t.ts a poulllif. rltra InsUnl r.
lirf. Ir. U il.iam-' Indian Pile Oint-tnr-it
i rrvnarr-fl for rilranrl IirK
Inr; r.f ih nat. r-nrts. Kvrrr W is
irrnii'.l. lv tlnnriri-ts. . mail nn
etpt rf pri.-o ."1 won ami $I.Oii. VJflll
MNUF ACTUB1HC CO.. i'ropa.. ClevelaaU. CutS
Sold by M K. Hanhsen drucsista
CV'-r at4 brauUf.r U.r hix.
Never Ftvl to Best or Orar
Hir to n To thftit Col r.
ItTI' IH'rlf.fl r.-l din ttUIkC.
I Hungry World
This Would be
If nature had
woi Id is run on
not, supplied us
for food. The
a foo 1 haMd. lint
There arc Foods
The most necessary articles of
diet are llaked (roods. And then
here again, as hefore. after trying
all others, or as many rs we have
opportunity to try, we are con
vinced that' KKKIJ. & MATH'S
Are the Best
Try our Cakes, Ilread, Ilolls, Pies
or Pastry and you will lie eon-'
vi need that our Hakcd tloods are
Noliiinj; on the cheap scale order.
V liiiy the l'est and linet ma
terials and must therefore he
ahle to turn out the liiitst lWikorv
KRELL & MATH
l'AIM V SLT'l'I.V IIUI SK
1'hutiF I I
OUIl Crimp Ixaf
1-J nice ni
wiclics. and at
5e a loaf is
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." Hut it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they know good cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
where " satisfaction "
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
Crescent Bridge Insure a Mean of Crou
log the MlHUippl at This Point Re
vival of an !! story Ueneral News and
aoMp or me Kallwsyt I'it-fced op
Around the DepotH of the Town.
The often rej-ated claim that the
IJuilington road had an interest iiithe
roust ruction of the Crescent bridge is
revived bv an item that comes from
Mount I'leasaut, Iowa, where men
have l-iu easting about making sur
teys for a railway that the people
there have reason to ix.'iieve will come
from Davenport. There are other
evidences of some sort of a survey
Ix-ing made through the territory
named above, and t he most plausible
theory is that it is in the interest of
the Ibirlington road. It is well 1111-
vfcw uersioou mat the ijiirungtoii is to ret
1 j into la veil port. It would be natural
Sft I for the company to extend its line
iOs i from Iavci!iort to Mt. Pleasant or
some oilier point thcrcaitouts on its
main line, giving practically two lines
from that point to Chicago, for the
route thence by way of Muscatine
Km k Island. Deiirock and Mendota to
Chicago would be considerably shorter
than by way of r.iirlington.
I he new parlor cars which are lo
Ikj used on the IJiirlington have made
their apriearam-e and are proving very
popular. Thcvwillbc especial! v ai.
preciHted bv I hose who are traveling
iu parties. The exterior of the cars
closely resemble that of t he chair cars.
lining painted in the standard yellow
I ncy iiarc lluli vestioiiies ot an im
proved pattern. The interior of tbe
cars is luxurious. The main portion
is Idled with a single row of lirge
softly upholstered easy chairs on each
side of the central aisle, and the chairs
revolve upon a pivot to any detircd
position. The cars are richly carpeted
and are attractive and comfortable to
the highest degree. At each end are
the toilet rooms, and at the gentle
men's end is a comfortable smoking
room. A porter is in charge ot each
The Uoek Island is to build the larg-
gest machine shops in Iowa at Vallev
Told Along the Track.
Jim I.vons, wiper at the Kock Isl
and, is ill.
Fred Pollard, of the is visiting
J. K. Waller is switching for the
Switchman .Joe Supple, of the Istir-
lington. is sick.
A. Kost is a new switchman in the
Agent M. J. Young, of the Iliirling-
ton. is in Si. Louis.
Hilly Jreenwell's Kock Island en
ine No. 7S is receiving repairs.
Engineer Hilly Sprague is back to
his duties on the Hock Island, after a
week's lav olT.
Foreman Hob YVi lliams, of t he Peoria
yards, is sick. Henry McDaniels is
taking his place.
.Machinist .Joseph llaemuler is back
at his bench at the Uoek Island, after
i siege with grip.
Kngine No. ti.l, of the Uoek Island.
is out of the shops with a new cab
and other improvements.
J. .1. Kiniiev. vartlmaster for the
Hurlington at Moline. has returned to
duly, after a short illness.
The Hurlington is distributing a
nicely illustrated map of the I'nited
Stales with its new aeuisit ions.
The 6.':. Clarence Norton's Uoek
Island engine, has returned from I he
shops. She looks as bright as a new
I' McKinuoii, w i per for the Uoek
Island, had the fourth linger of his
right hand painfully lacerated while
throwing a switch Thursday.
Engineer J. K. Meyers, of the Kock
I in ! , is siilTeriiig from rheumatism.
receiving a severe attack luursday
and having to lie carried from his en
gine. Car Inspector Fred Ilildebr.ind. of
the Kock Island, was iu Chicago dur
ing the week on the doubly sad mis
sion of attending the funeral of his
niielc and aunt, the latter dying Sun
day of a paralytic stroke and the for
luer Tuesday of pneumonia.
Leaf lard at Giluiore's.
Six ier cent loans. Reidy Hros.
Prize masquerade at Roche's hall
Public dance at Turner hall Satur
day night, March 11. without fail.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was o.oo; at
noon it was 3.40. Tbe temperature
at noon was 64.
irank A. Landee. ot Aionne. was
elected president of the state league
of Swedish republican clubs at the
convention at Rockford.
The remains of Mrs. Theodore
Krueger were shipped last night to
Indianapolis for interment. They
were accompanied by Key. Krueger.
Clinton and return any time durin
the season of 1109 for the return to
us of 1"0 Anti-Washboard soap wraj
ih.ts. liegin to save mem now. v ar
nock & Ralston.
I can place money m amounts of
flwi, ?l'io. f:.(o. $.".00, f l.ooo mi, up
iu an investment that will pay t to JS
iter cent. Apply to K. J. Burns,
room 12, Mitchell & Lyude buildin
In the First ward, in addition to the
candidacy for reelection of Aid. J. C.
Surinan. Thomas Hums has entered
the lield for the democratic nomiua
tion. 1 he choice of either is an as
suranee of an election.
Tiie March law term of the county
court will be convened at y o'clock
next Monday morning. Judge Adams
is desirous that all attorneys be on
hand to arrange cases for trial. The
jury will not report until .March Ui
Times change and men change with
the times. Fine merchant tailoring
has advanced as an art more perhaps
than anv oilier business during this
centurv. We arc in the front rank.
so can we lie of any service to vou
J. H. Zimmer & Co.
1 he ladies ought not wait tor .any
opening, but when iu lavenport call
it ()! tesen s millinery establishment
As always, this popular emporium is
up-to-date, and is ready to show a
line lot of trimmed spring hats. Re
member the place is West Second
.r.d iieiiernan and jonu w ich are
being pushed by their friends for the
democratic aldcrnianic nomination in
the Sixth ward. Mr. HelTernan is an
employe of the Rock Island road and
is popular, especially among the rail
road men. Mr. Wich is a foreman
for the Rock Island Lumber company
nut likewise has a large following:
j Washington dispatch says:
Stor.'es to the effect that I he trans
port Chester, with the th Illinois in
antry on board, is aground on the
Cuban coast are without foundation
I he facts arc that the Chester went
into Cienfucgos with several hundred
mules aboard and the keel of the ship
scraped the bottom, but the damage
was slight. '
M. II. Wilcher, the bicycle surgeon
is he has been dubbed, has blossomed
orth like a rose with a line new stock
of wheels at his store. 1M0 Eighteenth
street. The Red. White and Hlue and
the Vale are two of his leaders, while
associated with him is Robert Sm vth
special agent for the Cleveland. Hi-
yele sundries of all kinds are carried.
:ind prompt and efficient service in re
pairing will be given patrons.
i he security trust and Life Insur
nice company, of 1 luladclphia. havinj.
pant up capital of :?:;( i,joj, is is
suing a policy paving the sum of
per week should the insured person
e laid up with sickness, which is now
ante irevalent. i he cost is very
low. lx'ing one or two dollars per
year. I.. . Ilucksteadt is the general
rent for northwestern Iiiinois and
will be pleased to call on
my one who drops him a postal. He
is also in need of an assistant agent
His ollice is at room 1. Huford block.
SUCCESS OF SENIORS.
Class Victorious in the Oratorical
Contest at Augus-tana.
SECOND PEIZE TOE JUNIOES.
Cheap Cash Store.
. . . .GROCERIES. . . .
Nice Pure Lard, two pouuds for 15c, or four pounds for 25C
An Interest lug Katertainment at the
College Last ight Speakers Acquit
Themselves Creditably. All sliowlns
Thorough Preparation Compns Kinss
With Shouts of Joy.
Last, evening the Aogustana college;
oratorical contest, which for the past
few weeks has been of such general
interest, took place, and it can can
didly m pronounced most successful,
both as an interesting entertainment
and as a performance of educational
value. The speakers did credit to
themselves and heaped honors utxn
ther rcsicctive classes. Thevallgave
evidence of oratorical ability and of
thorough preparation. The follow
ing is the program as it was rendered:
Organ solo, ' C oronation March.
(Meverbeer-Hest) Prof. A. 1. Hod-
fors; oration, The Maine Disaster
1". A. Walliu. freshman: oration. "The
Evolution of an Idea," D. W. Rrau-
delle. senior: song, "Annie Laurie.
(1). Kuck) chapel choir: oration, "The
I'nseen Hand in American History,
E. J. Sanders, junior: oration. "The
Hero of Manila." P.essie CieaveJand.
sophomore; song. "Er-t udiant ina, ( La
conic) chapel choir: awarding of
prizes. Prof. E. F. H irlholomew, 1). 1.
I lie standing of the speakers was
as lotions: i. . I.i andeile, senior,
a erage. ; I-;. J. Sanders, junior.
t0 1-0: Hessie Cleavclaud. sophomore.
NiA; F. A. Wallin. freshman. Mi .1-0.
One third was allowed for thought ,oile-
thirtl for comp isition and one-third for
delivery. The judges for thought and
composition were Prof. Daniel K.
Dodge, of Illinois state university;
Prof. William Koren. of Wesleyan uni
versity, of Iowa, and Rev. O. Nelson, of
Rockford. III. The judges for delivery
were Dr. Willard, of Moline. Dr. Mar-
ouis, ot Uoek Island, and 1 rot. ;.
Wendell, of Rock Island. As shown
above, D. W. Hrandelle, of the senior
class, was awarded lirst prize, and L.
J. Sanders, of the junior, second.
It is hardly necessary to say that
the seniors were elated over their vic
tory and that it was impossible for
them to contain themselves. They
literally made the college campus ring
with their joyous shouts, and dem
onstrated the fact that what, they lack
in nuantity thev fully make up in
iiiality. Hy quantity is not meant
mass. Inn number, for one stands -feet
o, and two are solid i'00-poundcrs.
I'he attendance of the business de
partment is increasing daily.
1 he college president, together Willi
the manager and some of the profes
sors, are attending the meeting of the
Illinois conference of the Augustana
svuod at Rockford.
Plenty of fresh Country Butter, per pound loo and
Choice Jersey Cranberries, two quarts for 15c, or four
Nice Large California Prunes, two pounds for
Strictly Fresh Eggs warranted, per doen
Rolled Oats nice and fresh, ten pounds for
. . . .OTHER GOODS. . . .
We have a gocd stock of shoes, overshoes,
rubbers, dry joods, notions, tinware or
house furnishing goods to sell cheap, and will
give a nice stepladder free to every customer
buying Si.oo or more worth this week.
Vour ISi'Kl luterPHts
Will be. served bv making sure of
health. It will be a loss of time and
money to In; stricken with serious ill
ness. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla and
purify your blood. In this way all
germs ot disease will lie expelled.
sickness and suffering will be avoided
and your health will be preserved.
Isn't this a wise course?
Hood's Pills are the only pills to
lake with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Price
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs-
Pleurisy and pneumonia aro fre
quently developed, in a very short
Bpace of time, from a common cold ;
ami, if such an aeuteinflammation of
the lungs is not promptly allayed,
the worst may happen. With the aid
of Dr. BuII'h Cough Syrup, however,
yon need not have any fear : for this
great remedy speedily subdues the
inflammation, eases the pain in
breathinpf and always effects a cure
in a wonderfully short time.
Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia.
Irw are small an'! plcrjsa.it to take. IJnctors
recommend iL lTicc 1$ cts. At ail iitiis!-
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payer ot the state are main
taining a fund by popular sut&ciiptioa from
which 1 odered a
Reward of $200
Tty the undersigned association for tbe arrest
nd coDVicLion of an; incendiarj in aoj of the
PRIH'ERTV OWJfEBS FIRR ASSOCIATION
Rock Uland. ILL
Di'afni'iw Cannot be Cured
v local applications, as thev cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Here is oniv one way to cure deaf
ness, ami that is by constitutional
emedies. Deafness is caused bv an
intlamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
tins I ii ikj jrets mllamcil vou nave a
rumbling sound or imperfect liearin;
and when it is cut irely closed deaf ness
is the result, and unless the inllam
mation can be taken out and this tube
re-stored to its normal condition, hear
in;r will lie ilcstroved forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inllamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will -;ive one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cauuot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh cure. Send for circu
K. J. Ciikxkv & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
.Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
RhramaUHio Cured In 31 Hoar..
T. J. IHackniore, of Hallcr & lilack
more, Pittsburgh, Pa., says': A
short time since I procured a liottle
of -Mystic Cure.' It rot me out of
the honse iu 21 hours. I took to my
led with rheumatism nine months
ago and the -Mystic Cure' is the only
medicine t hat did me any good. I
had tive of the best physicians iu the
city, but I received very little relief
from them. 1 know the -Mystic Cure'
to be what it is represented, and take
pleasure iri recommeuding it to other
p ;)r sulTci-crs."
Wu bv ( Uto f i rot jan. 151 Second
avenue. Uoek Island; (Just Schlegel &
Son. West Second street, Daven
port. "ilv patients are learninir that
'Orangeinc,' taken promptly, will J
i a , . ' - - - I
uca'i u.i man v
My mother suite red with chronic
diarrhoea for Kcvcral months. She
was attended by two ph vsiciaiis who
it last pronounced her ease hoieIess.
She procured one it-cent bottle of
Chamhcrlain'd Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Kemedy, and live doses
gave her permanent relief. 1 take
pleasure in reconf mending it as the
!cst on the market. Mrs. V. K. Wat
son, Aikeu. Ala. Sold hy all druggists.
Coleur do IJoso"' has now become
'Colcur tie Orangeinc''"' as every
AVillium Noble, tjuilih-r of many well-
known hotels in New otk, lias failed,
witll liabilities ot iJ .(!2-J6iL
Because your -Liver
out of order
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
u l lie ruiujo ruiri r.i i mot
curing ailments of the Liver, Kjdnrys
And Bladder, Diibrte, Riwumalism 1
and Bright't Disease. t
y ills," says a prominent
To Car Constipmtion rorrr.
Tas Caaeareta Candv Cathartic 10a or 2ba
11 u C C. lul to care, drugglsu t eland none?
SI.OO PER BOTTLE.
1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
Now is the time to
.select your spring
tailor made suit at
Trcffcr Co., Ladies9 Tailors,
We hare a complete line of impor cd En
glish Worsted, Knglish and Scotch Che
viots, Meltons, Plain and Striped Vene
tians, Scotch llomespus. Tweed,
Hroad'iloths, West of Kngland Box Coat
ings, Habit Cloth and Coif (Joods, all of
which are exclusive styles. Call and see
styles and examine our work.
J J' i&fl
Men of Taste
Are always attired in tailor matle clothes. In
Rock Island Zimmef'& Co. are at the head of
the procession for this line of work.
THEIR SPRING STOCK
reflects the choicest offerings of the eastern and
foreign markets. The workmanship is a feature
that no other establishment in this vicinity can
surpass and few equal. Come and see the line.
ZIT.1MER & CO.
Easter is Coming.
When Do You Want That New
cream of our
Pants to order
Call in before the rush and get the
stock. Suits to order $15.00 and up.
$4 00 and up. Two thousand choice patterns to se
lect from. It will pay you to visit our city and get
pos'ed on the latest metroplitan fashions.
LAPiTZ, THE TAILOR.
321 Brady Street, Davenport.
. . SPECIAL . .
Cut this out and return it to us. Wrc will allow yort $1.00 on
every suit purchased this month.
Give the Baby an Airing
In one of our convenient and
handsome go-carts or baby car
riages, and make it healthy and
cheery. We have a full line of
baby carriages and go-carts in nil
the latest models and standard
makes, in a great variety of
shapes, upholstering, etc.
J FOB BT
M. F. Faho?n and T. If.
nflDnCQ 1802 Second