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TIES AEGUS, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1899
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The Weather We May Hat.
Fair tonigtt and Wednesday.
Today's temperature S3
J. M. Shkbixr, Obserrer.
And rae bicycle.
Did you register?
Bicycles at Hjnes'.
Totten's music house
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Buy,a Chase Bras'1, piano.
Wild docks at Hess Bros'.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
Be wise and smoke Kinship.
The Rath was down and up.
The last day for registration.
For real estate, . J. Barns.
Money to loan. Reidy Bros.
IIoTse clippers at John T. Noftsker's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Horse clippers at John T. Nof taker's.
Knaabe pianos, Tot ten's music
Merrill pianos. To '.ten's music
Hide the Monarch bicycle and keep
Mason llarulin pianos, Totten's mu
Plenty of wild ducks at Hess Bros'.
Ixok in at Adams' before you buy
your Easter shoes.
Strawberries at Hess Bros'., the
first of the season.
Great preparations for Easter shoe
purchasers at Adams'.
The best gentlemen's shoe on earth
for 3..r0 at Dolly Bros'.
All are invited to Younji &
Combs' opening this evening.
B. Winter has jast received a car
load of Waukesha mineral water.
Men should see Adams' large
sortiuent of f S and f 3.50 shoes
The Naval Reserves meet at Armory
hall tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock
Attend the orange social at the Sec
ond Baptist church tonight. Admis
The Defiance is a first-class medium
priced wheel for sale by John T.
See the dark room in tne millinery
department. Young & McCombs'
Spend your money for Anti-Washboard
soap and you will receive both
principal and interest.
Mrs. Tewksbury's millinery opening
today was a grand success, despite
the unfavorable weather.
Did you see Dolly Bros', spring
Myles? They are leautics.
Never leforc has millinery been so
lewitchingly lcautiful. as now seen
at McCalje's opening exhibit.
Buy home manufactured goods and
build up your town. Anti-Washboard
soap is by long odds the best.
The stage of water at the bridge at
6 a. m. was 3.10, and at noon 3.05.
The temperature at toon was 26.
Correct copies of Paris. London and
Beilin models are being shown at
McCain's grant! millinery display.
The Handel Oratorio society ill
not meet this evening. The next
meeting will bo Tuesday of next
Look at Adams' $3 to $3.50 ladies'
shoes. Nothing like them in the three
A snap in a lot located in the best
block on Third avenue. "The early
bird gets the worm."' Read want
col u m n .
Unusual interest centers in the
three groups of artistic hats and bon
nets at three money-saving prices
fo, 7 and flO arranged for vour
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy.
SStrup or lios, manufactured by the
CALironxiA Fio Stbit Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining-the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most rcf reshinp to the
taste and acceptable to the tystem. It
is the one perfect strenptht niup laxa
tire. cleansing the svstem effectually,
dispelling- colds, headaches and fevers
frently yet promptly and enabling -i!i
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently Its perfect freedom from
every ot.jectinrtab'.e quality and Mib
stance, and its acting- on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process or manufacturing fips
are used, as they art pleasant to the
tate. but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from acne a acd
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the fiuronsiA Fio Brr.t p
0. only. In order to pet its WneficiaJ
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
am rmaarcisco. cal.
KT. W TOSUC X. T.
For aaJc by mil DrugguU. Price 50c per battle
choosing, at McCabe's millinery ex
hi bit for tomorrow..
The will of the late Hans Toedt, of
this city, was probated today. His
estate is left to the widow, Mrs. Matil
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
f i per ton, ana crasned cose at .40,
at the worts.
The George Riddle and the Beet ho v.
en Orchestral club entertainment of
the Y. M. C. A. course will be given
at aarper a tneater tonight.
The semi-monthly me itlng of the
Mississippi river sash and door man
ufacturers was held at the Harper
nouse today to discuss trade topics.
James Jacobs, who formerly resided
in Rock Island, was yesterday con-
victeu oi arson at rort Wayne, lad.,
and sentenced, to the penitentiary. ,
Michael Smith, for a number of
years an inmate of the county infirm
ary, was ordered committed to the
Vtatertown asylum by Judge Adams
1 can place money in amounts of
100, fOO. $300. $500, ft. 000 and up
in an investment that will pay 7 to 8
per cent. Apply to E. J. Barns,
room 12, Mitchell & Lvnde building.
Upon a etition lrom tue lri-City
Labor congiess. Gov. Tanner has in
structed Supt. W. C. Taylor to ob
serve the 8-hour law in connection
with all work at the Watertown hos
. C lotteu. ox Totten s music
bouse, goes to Chicago tonight to se
lect two Knaabe pianos for parties in
this. city. The agency for the Knaabe
Eianos was given to Totten's music
A new trial has been asked for
Frank Ainsworth, who was convicted
at Carrollton of the murder of En
gineer Fred Dempsey, of the Barling-
ton. Arguments on tne motion will
be heard Thursday.
Never have shades blended so pleas
ing and harmoniously, materials been
so light and pretty, or shapes so be
coming as those being shown at Mc
Cabe's special exhibition of tine mil
linery today and tomorrow.
Arsenal Council, No. 171,' National
Union, will, admit live new members
and act on nine applications for mem.
oersnip at tne meeting of the council
this evening. Alter the work refresh
ments and cigars will be served.
A $6,000,000 mortgage riven bv
the Central Union Telephone company
to the Old Colony Trust company has
been tiled lor . record at the circuit
clerk's office. It 1ears f3,O00 in war
Don't buv vour 1899 bicycle before
you see the sky-high Crescent. There
are three Crescents to one ot any
other make in use in our citv.
It snowed this morning, but David
Don sold live Crescents today. An
other large shipment will arrive to
morrow. Miss Byrnes cordially invites the
ladies of the three cities to her Easter
opening of pattern hats. An exper
ienced designer. Miss Richmond, after
a sojourn in New York and Chicago,
will have charge of tho trimming
room, and all work will have her
Miss E. Antoinette Johnson, pian
ist, and Miss Clara Magnuson, so
prano, pupils of Dr. Gustav Stolpe's
music school, of this city, gave a re
cital at Hoyt's music house, in Dav
enpott, last night. They were as
sisted by Dr. Stolpe. presenting a
program that was enjoyed by a num
ber of their friends.
At the conclusion of the submis
sion of evidence in the habeas corpus
proceeding of Robert Lott vs. F. M.
Taulbee yesterday afternoon. Judge
(Jest announced a decision, holding
that Mr. Taullee was the proper cus
todian of the Dungan children, whom
it was sought to have placed in the
Odd Fellows' orphanage at Lincoln.
SPEND THE EVENING
At Young McCumlM Informal Opening
You are cordially invited to attend
Young & McConibs' grand informal
sprang opening of millinery and dry
goods this evening, from 7:30 to 10: o0
p.m. No goods sold. The following
program by Bleuer's orchestra. Our
grand siecial sa'e commences Wed
nesday at o a. m.
No. 1 Marcb. 'Mount CSretna" .Rami Hasfeld
No. 2 Oyerture -Cymtelioe"..lt. Green walu
Nv. 3 "Japanese Lantern Dance
J. W. B ration
No. Wa'tz. -Fxpaoita". ;eoiye Roey
No. t MedJev Seleetl-n. "The Hoomer-
antr" L. O. DeWitt
No. 6-lake Walk. "Doe Brown'a
No "Overture. "Ioei and Peasant". . .Sunpe
No. C HuDk-artan. Jo Faitas H.H. Thiele
No. V Twos en. Wbi!,Ul3f Bufus" Mills
No. 1" "Narebeout" Scblepeirrell
No. II Capp iceo. Fair VaNKar" Tooani
NoTi-Mjr.b -The Minute Mao" CaUin
Ieona Gale and Cora Willhite, of
Davenport, were lined $5 and costs
for being drunk and disorderly.
James Jones was lined f 15 and costs
for assault and battery.
ltostoai (store Mllllnary.
Ou the second Moor of our new store.
Second and Harrison streets, will n
found, the finest collection of ladies'
f priii g trimmed bats west of Chicago.
Over 600 trimmed hats for your in
Follow aisle to basement and take
clevMor. IIauxkd & Vox Mai k.
Harrisburg. March 28. The anti
Quay republicans voted solidly for
Congressman Dalzelle today. The
ballot stood: Quay, J ; Jenks. dera..
'; DaUellc. 61. - ' ' '
Pneumonia is the rjuick agent of
death. Fully one-third of recent
deaths have leen from paeumonia fol
lowing la grippe. Pneumonia cannot
follow the ue of Foley's Honey and
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
ar d examine the 1899 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Eldredge, the wheel that
M ELDREDGE $50. 00- 40.00. 35.00-
COLUMBIA chainless, 98 model, $65.00'
99 model, $75.00 chain, $50, 40 25
RAMBLER 30-inch, $45, $40, $35.
LUTIIYhighest price chain wheel made,
PI TRIBUNE $50. $40
t TIGER550, $30-
IMPERIAL $40. $30
U ADLAKE $45' $30. $25
J IDEALS w . ?n. J0.
JV Vf a ' m ' f M
lj IDEALS boys and girls. $J6. $18, $20-
ip Ladies' . Diamond Frame Eldredge $50'
j . . Remember the Maine . .
M Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
M Bicycle is at LLOYDS
j?3 Harper House Block.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
. Representing 14 Leading Bicycle Makers
of the World.
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
W liolesale and Retail Klcy elm. Everything nold folly guaranteed
SUNDRIES AND RKPAIKING.
To have the public know
that our stock contains
the best selections that
the market affords.
Just now we have
Dressed Ducks. Dressed Cklckens,
Dressed Turkeys. Dresse Geese.
BCLK AND CANNED OYSTERS.
16S0 SM1 AT.
Large assortment of all
kinds. Cards, Booklets,
Eggs, Rabbits, etc.
A beautiful display of plants
of all kinds. All kinds of cut
flowers, roses, carnations,
We have an exquisite
line of Sash Buckles in
enameled, jeweled and
cut steel, lcautiful de
signs, not to be found
elsewhere. Also Violet
Hearts, all kinds of
Coral Cyrano Beads.
Jeweled Side Combs,
Jeweled Circular Combs
and Jeweled Book
All articles tastefully ,
engraved free of charge.
I J. Ramser,
Pbotoetcbed soavenlr spoons
of Woodman building ami
It is with considerable pride that we point to the really
splendid exhibit of confirmation suits which we have had
made up for our young friends. The prices are the low
est ever named for suits of equal worth.
Knee Pant Suits
from 3 to 76 years ot age . . .
2.95, $3.95, $4.85,
Long Pant Suits
from 12 to 20 years of age . . .
THE banner line in short pants are the suits we arc showing, at $3.95.
These suits are equal to the best $5 suits In the city. In the long
pant suits the $8.50 line are prize winners. It Is a special effort on our
part selling these suits at $8.50, for they are $10 suits and cannot be
matched In the city for a cent less than $10.
Look to us to fit your boys with Easter wearing apparel.
We are boys headquarters. Our new line of kilt sui's,
Tuxedo suits and vestee suits await your inspection.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Isfand.
115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.