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THE AUBUS, TnunSDAY. MAY 0, 1901.
A i rumpet Call
To Bargain Seekers
Sounds every day at SHIELDS' CASH GRO
CERY. If you have not heeded it in the past
it is time for you to .listen to the story of the
Low Price Grocery Merchandising.
Come Where Your Big Round Dollar Will
Do Double Duty.
Tears per can JQq
Peaches per can JQq
Egg plums per can Qq
Green gage plums per can jQq
Blackberries, 3 ponnd can JOc
Blue berries, 2 cans 15C
Apple batter, 3 cans 25C
Quince butter, 3 cans 25C
Peach butter. 3 cans 25C
Plum butter, 3 cans 25C
Bock Island or Davenport corn,
2 cans 5C
(85c per dozen.)
String beans, 2 cans 5c
Peas per can, 5c and up
(iood red salmon per can. . ... J2lc
Dried apricots, per lb JQc
25 lbs. California prunes I. 00
Evaporated apples, 3 lbs 25c
Dried peaches, 3 lba 25c
Cal. figs, per package SC
Leader coffee, per lb 25C
Ever shown in Rock
Island. Sea what
we offer at
you KNOW us.
Pure maple sugar, per lb 12lc
Japan tea, per lb 35c
Pint bottle catsup, 3 for 25C
Shredded cocoanut, per lb 17 lc
Jam In glass, 3 for 25c
Pancake flour, 3 packages for.. 25 C
Rio coffee, per lb 5c
Corn starch, per package.... gc
Ricena, 2 packages 5c
Hoffman pkg starch, 2 for . . . . 5c
Sack salt. 10c size 5c
Package raisins, per pkg JQc
15 bars Fairbanks soap 25C
Toilet soap, 2 bars for 5c
Toilet soap, 25c kind 5c
2 pacs:. Washing powder 5c
Chewing tobacco, per lb. ..... . 25C
Smoking tobacco per lb 23C
Dry yeast, per package Jq
Iarge.ptckles. per gal 7c
Sauer Kraut, per gaL 7c
Santos coffee, per lb 20c
RETURNS TEH BILLS
Grand Jury Reports After Hav
ing Been in Session
FIHISHES WORK IN SHOET OBDEB
Six . of the Indictments Sup
The grand jury, which has been in
session since Monday, reported to
Judge Bigelow this morning. The
session was one of the shortest in the
history of the court, and the judgo in
discharging the jurors referred to
their expeditious work.
Of the 10 indictments returned, six
were suppressed for service. The
others are Dudley Crockett, assault
with intent to murder; Charles 1
Lowe, larceny; Frank Vatar, robbery
William A. Berger, larceny.
Condlllooa mt J1L
The juiors reported to the court that
tbev visited the county jail ia a body
and that they found tne same in as
good condition as the surroundings
will admit of. clean and well kepi;
that upon inquiry of prisoners they
beam no complaint of any kind; that
the food supplied by the sheriff is of
sulhcient quantity anil good quality.
ant that the conduct of the jail by
the sheriff is such as to securo the
best health and well being of prison
ers conbned therein, consistent with
their safe and secure confinement.
Glvea 3.000 l)mi(M.
The jury in the case of Mrs. K E.
Nourse vs. Davenport and Bock Island
Construction compiny, returned
verdict late yesterday afternoon in
favor of the plaintiff. The plaintiff's
husband was killca by the falliug or a
derrick used in the construction of
tbo Crescent oridge in 1838. i!ie was
awarded $ 3,000 damages. v
Wlfa A1Ik Cruelty.
Mrs. Anna Paienhausen. of Moline,
has hied suit in the circuit court for a
divorce from John H l'apenbausen.
She was married to the defendant on
December 25, 1SS4, and two children
Henry and Lna, are the result of
their union. She allege unkind and
cruel treatment, that he has used
abusive insultinsr and slanderous
language concerning her and to her
that be has threatened at various
times to end her existence, that
although he obtains good wages he
does not provide sustenance or cloth'
ing for her or her children. In ac
cordance with tbe bill an injunction
was issued restraining the defendant
and enjoining him from using vio
lenc-3 against the person of the
complainant or against the children.
and from any manner interfering
with her or her children.
PUPILS MUST CUT OUT
MID-WEEK SOCIAL AFFAIRS.
Principal Darby in his regular
weekly talk to the high tchool schol
ars this morning deprecated the ten
dency of the pupils attending mid
week social affairs.
Tbe hours after supper arc spent by
many of the pupil-- in having a good
time," instead of devoting their time
This is the most Important and
critical period of the school year as
regards tbe making of grades and it
behooves those who have been enjoy
ing themselves of late to tend to tbeir
The Winona was in and out of
lioals down were tne nam. lwin-
Citv and Joe Cavis.
The stage of water at the Rock
Ialand bridge at 6 a. tu. was b 60. at
noon 6 25. Tbe temperature at noon
The MnHr of m. Semlcoloa.
V i:u.-si.ii! military iinm-r tells of
a lleutvnant who overheard a serjreant
pivins a recruit a short lcitur upon
his duties. "The military service."
said the sergeant, "requires little pray
er to God uiul a strict attention to the
orders of a superior." Somewhat s-
tonisl.ed at this slmrul.ir definition of
military duty, the ollicer ventured to
ask the sergeant for his authority,
whereupon th sergeant produced an
a u lent volume containing the follow
ing: "The military duty requires lit
tle; prayer to !od. and strict attention
to the orders of a suiKrlor." Army
and Navy Journal.
nulldlsft-a to HaBolff.
Ileidy Bros are receiving bids on
the buildings located at No". 3031,
S035. 3039. 3041, 3045 and 3019 Fifth
avenue, llock Island.
For forther particulars call on or
write Reidy Bros .
Real Kstato Agents.
8hnllara Ula lsnt.
I recall now with horror," says
Mail Carrier Barnett Mann, of Levan
na, O . "my three years of suffering
from kidney trouble. I was hardly
ever free from dull aches or aente
pains in my back. To stoop or lift
mail sack made mo groan. I felt
tired, worn out, about ready to give
up, when I began to use Electric Bit
ters, bat six bottles completely cured
me and made me feel liko a new man."
They're unrivaled to regulate stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed by Hartz
& Ullmeyer. Only 60 cents.
Subscribe for Thx Asecrc
MRS. PECK PASSES AWAY.
End Commt llixi uiiul, Wb. Beiuftloa
to B Brought Hare.
The sad news of tbe death of Mrs.
I. C. Peck at Hoquiami, Wash., was
received in this city yesterday. She
was sick for several years with bron
chial trouble, and hoping that a
change of climate would be of benefit,
Mr. and Mrs. Peck departed for
Washington June 4, of last year.
Mrs. Peck, whose maiden name was
Margaret J. Wilcor. was born at
Hindsdale, N. Y.. Nov. 9, 1843. In
1869 her family came to Rock Island,
which has been her home ever since.
She was married Nov. 10. 1870. and
leaves besido her huaband threo
brothers and one sister. George L.
Wilcox, cf Sandusky. Ohio; Edward
M.Wilcox, of this city; William M.
Wilcox, of Moline. and Mrs. Mary A.
Oliver, of East Moline. Mrs. Peck
took an active part in philanthropic
and religious work and was a memter
of the Woman's Relief corps of John
Buford post, G. A. R., Eudora lodge
of the Rebekahs and of the Memorial
Christian church. The remains,
which will be brought here for inter
ment, are expected to arrive next
The 3-year-olI daughter of Mrs. S.
E. Dunsmore died this morning at
846 Twenty-seventh street of pneu
monia. The funeral services will be
held at the bereaved home by Rev.
C. O. McCulloch at 9 o'clock Sat
urday morning The remains will
bo interred at Wilton, Iowa.
Hon K. W. Hurst, John Crubaugh
and J. T. Stafford go to Minneapolis
B.shop II. W. Seymour, of Spring
field, visited yesterdiy with Rov. 11.
Mrs. C. L. Remley has gone to
Trawcr. Iowa, for a month's visit
Mrs. Horst Von Koekritz. accoin
pauied by ber daughter Rnth, left for
Chicago, where she will join her
Cnarlea E. Bradley, formerly of
this city, and now in business at
l'ittslield, III., was iu Rock Island
yesterday on his way to Chicago.
SOCIAL CLUB REORGANIZES.
Flrat Dance of tbe NarrUaaa Summer
Marlea mt Tower Jane 4.
The Narcissus club, composed of
young men of the three cities, has
reorganized with a slight change in
the membership. The members are:
Rock Island Louis Ullmeyer,
Georgo C- Helpenstell, Harry L.
Hamilton, Bernard Jensen.
Moline Enier Mo wry, Henry
Mumm, Eirl A. Tarbox, Johu D.
Davenport Dr. R- A. Casp, Jamis
L Hickey. tieorge K. isircnaru,
The first of the series or dancing
parties to be held at the Black lit wk
lfcn the coming season will take place
ATHLETIC MEET AT KNOX.
Rock I.land High School Hvyi to Compete
Among tho entries for the high
school athletic meet to be held under
the auspices of Knox college at Gales-
burg Saturday, are found the names
of tbe following Rock Island boys:
Tom Clark, 100-yard dash and 220-
yard hurdles; Will Collins, shot put,
pole vault; Fred Clark, half-mile and
mile run; Hugh Kcticker, half-mile
run; Frank Sullivan, mile run.
Moline High school, which won tbe
military tract meet at Kewanee. eends
a team of 24 men and expects to carry
off tbe banner.
Pninna Proof Animal.
Keitlier differences of organization In
animal nor In tin constitution of the
poisonous substance- generally afford
any clew for interpretiiig an exception
al want of effect. I'liHceountaMo Is
the immunity of ralihits against bella
donna leaves (Alropa Ix-llailomia, dead
ly niglitshadei. Vou may feed them
with belladonna for weeks without ob
serving the least toxic symptoms. Tho
neat of such animals, however, proves
poisonous to any one who cats it, pro
ducing tho same symptoms ns the
Pigeons and various other herbivora
are also to some degree safe from the
effects o this itoison, while In warm
blooded enrnivnra it causes paralysis
and asphyxia. In frogs tho effect
s n different one. consisting of spasms.
The meat of goats which fed on
hemlock has sometimes occasioned
poisonous effects. Chickens are near
ly hardy against mix vomica and the
extremely dangerous alkaloid, strych
nine, contained In It. while In tho
smallest amount It Is a fatal poison to
More remarkable yet In this respect
s the immunity of I'hohrpus hoTman-
nl, a kind of sloth living on the Island
of Ceylon, which, when given ten
grains of strychnine, was not much af
fected. Pigeons are iossessod of high
muiuuity from morphiue, the chief al
kaloid of opium, as well as from bella
donna. Kicht grains were required to
kill a plgeou. not much less than the
nortal dose for a mau. Cats are ex
tremely sensitive to foxglove (Digitalis
purpurea), which on the contrary may
e given to rabbits and various b;rds
In pretty large doses.
Ltoenaed to Weft.
Harrr Hrlli Rock Island
Sadie Mislead Uowlics
Thom 'J'orpaT Sock Island
MarvK. Tompkins Keokuk
Frederick J. Tona Rock Island
Mabel F. Flack South Rc Islaud
CLEARING THE LAND
Rock Island Road Getting in
Readiness for Work on New
TWO OF THE HOUSES ABE SOLD
on Others are Rejected--May
Not Get Control
of the Q.
Orders issued by the Rock Island
Railroad company for the clearing of
its newly acquired property on the
north side of Fif:h avenue by June 1
indicates an erly baginning of build
ing operations on the proposed new
There are six frame dwellings on
the land, two cottager and four houses
of two stories. The cottages have
been sold to John Grogan and Mrs.
Oswald Thiele. The bids on the others
were rejected and new proposals are
to be invitod on them.
Tne understanding is that the new
station is to La located a considerable
distanco west of the present one. it
being the purpose of the company to
fiet as far this way as possible. The
building will be of brick with stone
trimmings. It is reported the c -n-tract
will have bteu let and every
thing in readiness for commencing of
work on the new building as soon a?
the ground is cleared. I
lturttBgtoa May Yet be Saved.
The collapse of the Hill-Morgan
crowd, who, in seeking to reach out
for other fields to conquer, have lost
control of tbe Northern Pacific, which
bad been conceded to be already
tbeirs, may yet result in the retention
of the Burlington by the present
hinds. A Hew York dispatch says:
'It can bo staled upon authority
tonight that the llarriman-Kahn, Loob
& Co -Stand-itd Oil party have
wrosteJ control of tbe Northern
Pacilic from the Morgan-Hill con
tingent. Never iu the history of high
tinauce has tuch a stinging detent
been administered to any pirty
of financiers as that sustained by
Mr. Morgan and his friends. With a
blaro of horns and trumpets they
went about the purchase of the Bur
lington road in the mteresUof tbo
Great Northern and Northern Pacific
properties, aud in the end they simply
surrender that portion of the control
that is represented by the Northern
Pdciii? interest to the Harriman-Knhn.
Ioeb-Standard O.l partv, who have
bought tbe control of the Northern
Paciiic stock in the market.
'For three davs effort have been
making to patch up some peace be
tween the opposing factions, but with
Train "Hatcher" in.
lhe Chicago Kecord-Heraid says
that the Kurharrton management has
decided to do away with the train
butcher.'' Notice has been served
upon It. D Cronk that the contract
for butcher' service will not be re
newed June 1.
Tu supplv tho loss of the train
newtboy the company has devised a
plan whereby patrons will ba better
served than heretofore and served
without the usaal annoyances. Tbe
library cars on all the fast trains over
tbe entire system now carry many of
the best periodicals and newspaners
for free use of travelers, and the sup
ply is to be greatly increased as soon
as tho newsboy disappears from the
Burlington trains. In addition news
stands will be provided at more than
double the number of stations now
To Kedoce Time.
To meet and exceed the schedule of
the Burlington's fast trains from Chi
cairo to the tri-cities the Rock Island
will cut oil 35 minutes from the run
ninsr timo of all fast tiains between
Chicago and the Mississippi river.
Between the tri-cities and Des Moines
the time will be still fnrther reduced
10 minutes, so that between Chica
and the Iowa capital three-quarters of
an hour will bo eliminated from the
There is a report in railroad circles
today tbat tbe Milwaukee road is to
double-track from East Moline
through Rock Island. From thi it is
inferred the company intends running
its proposed Chicago-Kansas City
trains tbrouirh the twin-cities.
LOUIS BAUMANN KILLED
BY JUMPING FROM TRAIN.
George Baumann, bartender at the
Harper house buffet, received a tele
gram this morning announcing the
death at Mechanicsville, Iowa, of his
brother Louis, aged 22, from injuries
sustained in jumping from a moving
Northwestern train. Ixuis lived in
Davenport and left yesterday after
noon for Mechanicsville to visit bis
Old Soldier's Esperteace.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran.
of Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's .treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which woriscd woncers ior ner
health." They always do. Try
them. Only 25 cents at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
DeWitt'a Little Early Risers search
the remotest parts of the bowels and
remove the impurities speedily with
no discomfort. Tbey are famous for
their eOicacy. Easj to take, never
gripe. B. H. Bieber and Hartz &
Davenport Furniture and
125-127 West Third Street, Davenport.
A Combination of the
Best Goods and the
attracts the trade to the Big Store.
We are the
We 6how a hundred styles every
one s winner every one the best
that can be made for the money.
We want your trade on
Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums.
Wo want your trado on
Go-Carts and Buggies.
We can tell you "What Men of Fashion Will
Wear" this Spring and Summer
Contains this season a far larger assortment than we
have ever shown. There are splendid Worsteds in
the Newest Stripe Effects, to be worn with Cutaway
or Frock Coats and Tests; soft linished Cassimeres,
rough Scotch Cheviots and Tweeds, in plain colors,
mixtures and beautiful fancy patterns.
f 3.50 to $8.00.
The Young Men will find in this department, patterns
that will especially appeal to them and that were se
lected with a view to their wants.
$2.50 to $5.00.
The Little Fellows will be fitted out with the most
serviceable wear-resisting trousers in plain colors and
fancy patterns; most of them have Double Knees and
Seats and will stand the hardest use that young
America will give them.
50c to $1.50.
80MMER8 & LAVELLE.
1S04 Second Avenue, Rock Island. (ae Price.
207 West Second Street, Davenport.
TAILOR MADE MEN
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DORN, THE TAILOR.
We are showing tho largest and fcnest line of Infants' and Chil
dren'a French Caps and Shirrei Mull Hats ever displayed in this
The daintiest of Embroideries, Laces and Hemstitch ings
used to make these pretty and effective creations for the little
ones. Every mother will appieciate their beauty, and the
prices at which wo sell them place them within reach of all.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Corner Twentieth street and Fourth Ayence. Ro:k Island, III.
A new line. The
best line. 'Twas al
ways our stronghold,
you know. If you
waut Rockers, come
where the Rockers are.
NEW IRON BEDS.
Beautiful productions, the
latest creations of the most
able designers all most
handsomely finished. Then
we have every gTade at
Aro those who are faultless in
their attire, with all defects
in form remedied, and that
indefinable something called
swell style" tbat only an
artistic tailor that has made
the dressing of a gentleman
an art can explain. Our
spring novelties in cheviots
are the correct thing, hand
some and proper weight.
Time to order your suit now.