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THE JLRGTJS, TUESDAY, MAT O, 1899.
Tb Wf'J We Mar HaT.
;eDeral y fairtjnitfht; probably tbund
ershowers Wednesday; warmer tonight.
Today's temperature 73.
J. tL Saigiu, Obserrer. d(
Andrae nicy c!es.
I Ebe'hart for a piano.
Shoe sale, Dolly Bros.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
- Lots for sale, Beidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Drink Milan artesian water.
Fresh catfish at Schroeiler's.
Ralston Health flour at Horton's.
Choice spriug lamb at Schroeder's.
Homes on installment plan, Reidy
Crash tarns for 23 cents. Boston
Large washbaskets for 45 cents.
Bottled milk, extra quality. L. B.
(iood summer corsets, all sizes, 25
cents. Boston store.
Misses1 cloth top shoes, lace, special
sale $1.25. Dolly Bros.
Get your boys' shoes at Dolly Bros,
and you know they are good.
Ladies' Knox black sailors for 69.
85 and 0. cents. Boston store.
Boys' crash caps, patent leather
peak, for 25 cents. Boston store.
Ball bearing lawn mowers at Sum
mers & Co's. Call and see them.
Children' trimmed straw hats only
50 cents, all colors. Boston store.
Fine silkoliae full sized summer
comforts for $ 1.25. Boston store.
When in need of a tinner call on II.
T. Siemon, 1316 Third avenue. Phone
S. S. Hull has moved his office from
room 30 to 21 in the Mitchell & Lvnde
Indies' genuine lace dongola shoes,
stock tip, 'inly $1 a pair at the Boston
lorcelaiu lined water coolers at
Summers & Co. 'a, 322 Twentieth
$1 ladies' corsets in white, drab,
black, blue or pink for 67 cents. Bos
Ice boxe?, satchels, trunks,
suit cases, go-oarts and baby
ages cheap. Boston store.
Ladies' hand-turn oxfords.
cloth top. $ 1.75 prade for 1
D and E widths, sizes 1 to 8.
l'rof. Ernest Otto's farewell concert
is to be given tonight at tbe Burtis,
Davenport. Many from Rock Island
The policy of expansion is all right.
Anti-Wash board soap is absolutely
the best and is made at home. Just
expound on that idea I
Thirfl nrn of lmr an:iriu lmaiila Anti-
Wash board sunt) made here at home. '
Tbe wrapcr8 of any of our brands
are valuable for premiums.
The Mission Kindergarten associa
tion will meet Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock, at the home of Mrs J.
Boat. GOD Kightecnth street.
Trinity Improvement guild will j
meet at tbe rectory tomorrow after-;
noon at 2 o'clock. All articles left
over from the liliputian bazar will be
on sale. j
Magistrate Stafford placed William :
Brisbine. of Buffalo Prairie, under
$ 300 bonds to keep the peace for 00
days. Brisbine was arrested on com
plaint of his son-in-law, James Rohn.
Dust pans, bread an I cake pans.
frying pans, dippers, ladles,
brushes, towel rollers, spigots
etc., choice 5 cents. Boston
The report of a contract having
been completed with any particular
orchestra for music at tho Tower the
coming season was premature. Tho
opening convert will Ikj given by j
A wagon loaded with steel from the
Sylvau works broke down in the street ;
car tracks on nun avenue and
Twenty-seventh street shortly after 6
o'clock last night, delaying street car
traffic ajxnit 15 minutes.
To parties having monev to invest
$100. 150. f2W). $-'50, f 300 to $500
and up can place same in an invest
ment absolutely secured ami paying 7 I
per cent. Apply to h.. J. Hums, room
12. Mitchell & Lvndo building.
Iu the will of the late John S. Peter
son, of Moliuo. probated inthecounty
court, deceased's wife. Sarah B. Peter
son, is named as sole heir to the en
tire estate, which, it is ordered be
divided equally among tbe children
after her death.
Tbe lHvcnport Republican has
changed tbe style of its make-up. and
changed it for the totter. Tbe Repub
lican is nioviog its outfit to a location
Jirectly across the alley from the Demo-
"Calumet makes trie light
est, sweetest and most
NONE SO COOD.
crat, and the effect of the changed
environments is already shown.
The arrangement of terms for a
wrestling match between Farmer Mar
tin Barns and Hali Adali. the Turk,
are under way. It is probable the
contest will come off in Davenport
May 16. Tbe Turk agrees to throw
the farmer twice in 75 minutes.
The young people of Broadway
church have arranged their '-German
evening" for tonight. A program
will be civen. commencing at 8
o'clock, and will include stereopticon
r'.ewi and music by a chorus of 50
High school pupils, the songs being
rendered in German.
The weirhin of mails which has
been in progress since March 28 on
railroad trains under the direction of
the government, ceased at midnight
last night. The weighing was done
in order to estimate the amount of
mail carried bv each road so that tbe
government may base its calculations
intelligently in awarding contracts tor
tne carrying of the mails tbe next
James Alclvinnev, ol Aledo. was re
cently in Galesburg to see Congress
man Prince in regard to having the
government send a message to the
Philippines to ascertain how Messrs.
lt-:.f Jt i.i? m
timers anu uuniran. soiuicrs iroiu
Aledo, are faring. The Washington
authorities say they have discontin
l ed making personal ini nines lor
private paities. It is probable the
message will be forwarded irom
Aledo. as the ieopIe there arc very
anxious about tne boys.
Mrs. Ellen fuller died at 4:10 yes
terday afternoon at her home, 544
twentieth street, from lung trouble
and general debilitv. Mrs. Fuller had
a severe siege of sickness during the
winter, but it was thought she had
recovered from this, when she was
stricken down again about two weeks
ago lbe deceased was a native ot
Kilkenney, Ireland, where she was
born Feb. 26, 1831, her maiden name
being Ellen Grace. She came, to
America when a girl. She was the
widow of the late William II. Fuller,
who died in Davenport some 20 years
ago. Mrs. fuller and her family had
resided in Kock Island for 10 years.
She was a kind and loving mother.
devoted to her home and children, and
her death will cause sadness to all
who knew her. The surviving chil
dren are: Mrs. H. P. Greenough, of
this city; A- W. Fuller, of Daven
port, and James II. and Miss May F.
ruller, at borne, funeral services
will be held at Sacred Heal t Cathedral,
Davenport, at 0:30 o'clock tomorrow
morning. The interment will be at
St. Marguerite's cemetery.
The Horace II. came down and the
Bart E Linchan, George S. Weyer
hauser. Brock man, Mac, Horace II.
and B. Hershey passed up.
The Winona and Verne Swain were
in on their regular trips iu the short
The B. Hershey came down with
16 strings of logs.
The government light-house tender,
Lily.Jwas at the Rock Island levee for
several hours this morning.
The stage of water at the Rock
Island bridge is stationary- at 8; the
temperature at noon was 70.
The Rock Island Retail Merchants'
luet in semi-monthly session last
night at Krell & Mai hall. Two
committees were appointed, one to
confer with the Tenth Congressional
Woodmen Picnic association at the
request of that body, and tbe second
to arrange for a merchants' excursion.
The dates of ths state convention to lc
held in this city were fixed at Feb.
13-15. The Ann s and Union were
voted in as honorary members.
limurauce Men Here.
A committee representing the State
Board of Underwriters is in tho city
inquiring into insurance affairs. The
committee is holding a meeting today
at - the Harper house with Ralph
Havcrstick, the twin-city representa
tive of the board. "The visitors are
M. I. Yore, X. E. Briggs, W. E. Van
deventer, . D. Bradsbaw, B. !.
West, O. I ISeardsley. W. A. Wittick,
E. ;. Carlisle. Chicago; F. A. Hub
bard. Elgin; R, N. Bennitt, Springfield
and Jobu H. Griffith, Milwaukee.
Mr. CaMea 1f Car.
R. R. Cable has a new private car.
It is the number til. This number,
besides indicating Mr. Cable's home
on wheels, indicates his age in years.
It is said to be one of tbe handsomest,
mt s. home-like, and most comfort
able, as well as ornately elegant cars
that ever followed a long-legged en
gine over a wes'.crn road under orders
against all trains.
Misses' school shoes, tan or black,
vesting top, stock tip, every pair
guaranteed, only cents a pair. A
line of boys' shoes for 98 cents. Itos
A Warm Friend.
Foley' Colic Cure is very hot. but
when diluted it is a warm friend in
deed to those suffering from bowel
complaints. It never fails. 25 and
ImpoaUe to foresee an accident.
Not impOBhible to be prepared for it.
Dr. Tbvmavs Kclcr-tric Oil monarch
over pain. For sale by Marshall A
Pneumonia. Li grippe, coughs, cNoIds.
croup aal whooping cough readily
yield to One Minute Cough Cute. Use
this remedy in time and save a doc
tor's bill or the undertaker's. For
sale by T. IL Thomas, A. J. BeUs and
U. F." Bah d sen, druggists.
l WHOLES J
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1899 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Wc have scored another victory
by securing the sole m:ncy lor
Ralston Health Club
MIsh Adaline Decker Wasp, one
bundredib decree KaLstonite and
a tfraduiite from lbe Itosuon
cooking school. U now dem--n-Hiratintc
lbe virtues of the iroods
In a series of lectures. The lec
ture bull Is over Krell & Math's
and tbe meetings lire held every
duv this wrek at 2:30 p. m. At
tend tho lecture: test the cer
eal yourself, and thereby foim
an uLluascU opinion of
Ralston's Health Flour,
Ralston's Breakfast Food,
Ralston's Barley Food.
If you find tbe poods superior to
ull and we know you will re
member there Is only one placM
where you cu secure tbcin. und
that is the Form'ur Grocery.
1810 OmmI Art. Tiltf kci 1331.
EC K HARTS
(Jet ready for the flies. We have a
full line of screen doors, adjustable
screen windows, wire cloth, spring
Ice Cream Frcerer..
We sell the lest made White Moun
tain and Arctic; prices the lowest.
The finest and largest assortment
of hammocks in the city. Call and
see before buying. From 33c up to $6.
Croquet sets, fishing tackle, curtain
stretcher, wire netting, etc., at low
Larjio assortment of n.tusies, ver
benas, geraniums, sweet elyssunts,
foliages for planting out.
We make the finest floral designs at
J. B. ECKHART'S.
Telephone 4 171.
Tbis is bouscclcaning time, and
It bt time to have yoor clock
a specialty -
Cleaning and Repairing
Here are MEN'S SUITS you'll find MERIT GOOD
NESS in every one of 'em.
COOD WOOL SUITS
AT $18 AND
NOW DON'T get these suits MIXED in your mind
with suits from anywhere else at the same prices.
They are 'way ahead of anything other dealers
charge a great deal more for.
No Matter What Article, Price
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Eld red ge, the wheel
Miller Rides ....
i ELDREDGE $50.00. 40.00.
99 model, $75.00' chain, $5Q.
RAMBLER 30-inch. $45, $40, $35
LUTI1Y highest price chain wheel made.
$ SYRACUSE $50-
TRIBUNE $50. $40-
TIGER $50 $30
IMPERIAL $40, $30.
ADLAKE $45' $30' $25
IDEALS $00- $25- $20- $18
IDEALS boys and girls, $J6. $18, $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredgc $50'
. . Remember the Maine . .
Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
m Bicycle is at LLOYD'S,
Harper House Block.
rSur talk is to the gentlemen who demand the BEST. We
want to cloth the men who THINK they must have
their clothing made to order. We would like to show them
their error and put money in their pockets at the same time.
We'll guarantee to FIT you with as swell a suit of clothes
as you ever had made. Good is good but better beats it.
Why not call and SEE what WE'RE doing. You'll then
KNOW that the M. & K. is the place to buy clothing, and
'you'll find out that WE DO just what we SAY we'll do.
Your money back cheerfully it you'd rather have it.
" Jlli 0
mmammtmu e-rjgr .rpanww as mm
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Representing 14 Leading Bicycle Makers
of tie World.
LLOYD S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Arc,
LIX1YD Will Do Better.
Wholeaaleanri Retail lilcyclen. Krerythlnr sold folly guarantMil.
SUXDIUES AND RKPAUUNQ.
Never sold as many children's suits since M. & K.
s'arted in business. Seems as though Mothers are
appreciating our boy's department more than ever. We
have children's suits from 25c upwards, but here are
We mean JUST what we say in every value we quote
above. The go;ds and prices are here to prove it. Will
you be convinced?
or Place, We
115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.
M. d? K.