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THJ2 AiiQDS, i FRIDAY, MAY 22. 1891.
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J olin Volk 6c Co., .
Sasb, Doors. Blinds, Siding. Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for bniider .
Kicbteenth St.. bet. Third and Foarth ve.
5 day e fount otfc
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NEW YOR K.
Al GAS FITTER.
ASD DEALER IS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Rpe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
53" Best work at (air prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shoy 219 19th St. Telephone 1182.
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manager.
Rock Island, 111.
What Constitutes a Tailor-Made Suit?
Why. one tht tia especially foryon by mu who i an artirt and thoroughly nndertand
his baf'.r.e-1. It 1 thi n mad. by a man whoha put In y-ar learning hie raoe. nd is a mas
ter workman. That i hr dothin; men try to pass ci their goods a tailor made. hen is
fact they are made by wcmen In fact me. in the eat, at starvation p ice Patronize home 'n
dnstry and let u. kee p our money right here at home, and not aend it east (or foreign labor
ROGERS THE TAILOR,
314 BRADY ST., DAVENPORT, IA.,
ha theila.-Si 't tock of ultinpand par.tir.cs in the thre citiea and i makinz them op at popu ar
pricef, and iTinzari-fction every t tne. Fit and t?;e fnaran eed . hui:s made to your
m.asare $4 J and up. Pants made to your meare f 5 and np.
ROGERS THE TAILOR.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The finest ever shown in the City, at
MISS C. HAAS".
Mjcceor to Miss Petersen, Ifo. 1723 second avenue, Kock Island
The ver y:atet sty'.es in patterns, hats, bonnets, ribbons, laces and fancy (roods.
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Graining and Pap.r Hanging.
P. Box 672.
Shop Foarth Ave. bet. list and 22d Sts.
Qpen for the Season t
(molike ayesutc) Joe Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place or picnic", parties, etc.
FANCY PLUSH ROCKERS,
THE GREATEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY.
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Lowest Prices. Easiest Terms.
CHAS. A, MECK,
322 Brady St., Davenport.
Telephone No. 421, (Adams' old stand).
OPEN EVJBNIXGS TILL S P. M.
THE PATRIOTIC SONS.
G. A. R. Hall.
A Lire At (ida.ee and a rieuiat
F.T(wlnt Adarrm.rit by SIJ
Beardnley. Judge Smith
Xotwithatanding the rery disagreeable
weather last evening a large number of
members of the O. A. R. and Woman's
Relief Corps attended the meeting of
John Morris' Camp, Sons of Veterans, the
occasion being the presentation of a beau
tiful silk fltg, costing orer $30, to the
camp bj three ladies, who had solicited
the funds with which to purchase it. they
being Mrs. Margaret Ditch, Mrs. John
Grimes and Mrs. Thomas Polley. At the
opening Msj. J. M. Beardaley made a
few introductory remarks, britfly stating
the object of the gathering. He then
introduced Judge Smith, who
paid a tribute to the G. A.
R., the Woman's, Relief Corps
and the Sons of Veterans, after which
Uon. W. II. Gest and Mayor William Mc
Cocochie made appropriate remarks and
the flag waa then presented to the camp
on behalf of the above mentioned ladies
by Maj. Beardsley, and was received on
the part of the cimp by Capt. J, H. Lid
ders in a neat speech. The txercises
were closed by tne audience singing
After this a fine supper was served by
the Women's Relief Corps and music was
furnished by the S. of V. drum corpr.and
& general good time indulged in.
The flig. which is indeed, a beautiful
one, bears the inscription in geld "John
Morris Camp Xo. 315, S. of V., U. S. A."
Yesterday the boys received their new
uniforms and rifles, and which, together
with their uniformed drum corps and the
new silk flg. will no doubt make a So
appearance on Memorial day.
COI XTV Bl ILIUM..
19 George Gorman to S B Walkup,
indifinate tract in 34, IS, lw, $450.
S L Wpnes to G L Wynes lots 13 and
14. block 4, R Walker Piace, South Mo
19 Guardianship of Catherine M. and
Eva A. Osborn Bond of Eva L. Osborn
as guardian filed and approved and let
ters of guardiunship isued to her.
LICENSED TO WED.
IS G?orae A. Norton, Barstow; Mary
E. Wheeler, Hampton.
19 Claus Anderson. Moiine, - Fiora
McDonald, Molme. C. Edaar Dempsey,
Rock Island. Josephine Starr, Rock Isl
and: Herman L Weiss.Chicago.Catherine
M. Kecnedy. Moiine.
20 Miller Westbav. Andalusia, Laura
E. Smith, Rock I$lacd-
21 Frederick II. Reesing.Moline, Mrs.
I.?na Lehman, Davenport; Alhert C.
Stewart. PrinceviKe. Ill .Almira Williams,
The Sidney went north.
The Verne Swain made her regular appearance.
The City of Winona. West Rambo, Kit
Carson and Scotia passed up.
Tne stage of the water was 4:30 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 51.
The Inverness, West Rambo and F. C.
A- Denkmann each brought down eight
strings of logs
The Muscatine ferry boat, Ida May, has
recently been purchased by the Muscatine
Fence company and will be put to novt'
use. She is to be converted into a fl oat-
inz saw mill. The fence company has
discovered the value of the wat:-re!mthtt
grows along the rivc-r, finding it to make
a better fence picket than any other wood
The expense of this wood to the fence
company is now about $6 a cord at the
factory. Tee Ida May is to be fitted up
with 350 horse power steam engines and
sawing apparatus and sent out to ravage
the coasts of il mois and Iowa all the
way between Muscatioe and Burlincton.
It will feli and work up into pickets upon
the spot all the available timber that
grows aloDg the river.
The amateur dressmaker has usually a
number ol petty worries, and one soncial
to her is the cutting of velvet. As it is
used so much, even on cotton costumes, it
is necessary that she should know just how
it should be uone. Dressmakers prefer to
cut velvet with the pile running up, for
then it doesn't flatten down from wear;
however, no matter what way you may cut
it, at, least have it all alike.
When you cut any figured or floral de
sitrn do not make the mistake of cutting
two pieces at once, as is often done with
plain goods; the figures and stripes should
always match perfectly, and this is not
possible when two sections are out together.
About velvet folds. Don't rery on hav
ing the last ones the right size by laying
the first one on the material and following
its outlines; the result will be waste f
fabric and irregular folds. The same care
in measuring must be taken with each one,
and it is not wise to rely on. the evfor ex
actness, but to mark the line with chalk
and then to cut it. Exchange.
A tun uon.
All members of John Buford post N.
343, G A. R., and tba ladies of Woman's
Relief Corps are resoectftilly invited to
eet at the G. A. R. ball on Sunday.
May 34, at 9:15 a. m.. for the purpose of
attending memorial services at the Bap
tist cbnrcb. By order of
E. WiTiCHKB. Post Commander,
J. Alex. Montgomery, Adjutant.
opp.r aad Btrawb.rry rMUval.
The ladies of the First Baptist church
will give a supper and strawberry festi
val in the parlors of the church this
eveniig. May 22. Supper served from
350 p.m. till 8 o'clock. Strawberries,
cake and icecaeam served any time after
5 80. Supper only 25 cents
Wanted A cook at 8015 Fifth avenue.
Orange ice at Krell & Math's; try a
Ice cream at the parlors of the First
BsptUt church this evening.
Spring Cove will be illuminated, music
and coasting Thursday evening.
For Sale About 200 loads of ashes, at
Rock Island bouse. C. G. Gaver
Wanted A G.-rman girl for ceneral
housework call or address "A. Z." Ar
Strawherries an 1 cream at the parlors
of the First Baptist church tt is even
ing. The Crown dinimr room serves a better
meat for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
Supper served by the ladies in the par
lors of tue.Frt Btptht caurch this
Milk shake, lemonade and al! other
temperance drinks at Krel. & Math's;
when thirsty stop in.
A first-clhss milch cow for sala at the
pasture on Seventeenth street, Hock Isl
and. J. D Taylor.
Vanilla and cbocilte ice cream and
orange ice at Krell & Ma'h's; stop when
passing and try a dish.
An attractive lot of new books in paper
and cloth binii'g just received t Cramp
ton's. Descr p ive cataioeue free.
Try our orange ice and then pass your
opinion on tt. We make it extra rich
and fine, ustne nothing but the fruit
juice. Kreli & Math's ice croam pnrior.
Lost On Sti!r.l.y eveniuu between
the po.tfiffloe ar.d Tweit'h steet; a 510
and 3 bill folded together Finder
T.leae return to this i ffloe and receive re
J. J. Lereh. the well keowa painter,
paper hnncer. ertiner, ki!Sini!ner. etc ,
is prepared t' dn a'l kinds tif work in Ms
line in first cliss manner. Shop X.j.
309 Eighteenth street.
We c2?r $K0 reward for any case ot
catarrh that cannot be cured by taking
Hali's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney fc C ., PrOD' .
We, the undersicned. nave Known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and Dei
lievc him perfec ly honorable in all busi
ness traDsacions. and financially able to
carry out anv obligations made bv their
West & Trms. Who'essie Drusjjist, To
WaMirg, Kitinin Jc Marv:a, Whcie-
sa'e Drugatsts, To'edo. O.
Hill's Catrrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon tie blood and mu
cous surfaces rf the system. P.ice 75c
per liott'e. Sold bv ail druse's:.
Di Ton Conga
Dou'tdelay. Take Kemp's Balsam, the
best couwh cure. It will cure your
coughs and C"id3. I: will ture pains jn
the chest. It will pure iaflaecz-i and
broncrdtis and 1! di-eases pertaining to
the lungs because it is a uure halsam
Hold i to the Hiibt icd see how ciear and
thick it is. You will se the eic-:leut
effect after taking the first dost. L-rge
bottles 50c and i.
I have rot u?ed ail of one hntile yet I
suflertd from catarrh for 12 yeais ex
periencing the eausea'ing . Topping ia
the throat peculiar to th. disease, and
nose Hred a most daily. I tiied various
remedits without benefit until last April,
when 1 saw E'y's Cream Bilm advertised
in the Boston Budget. I procured a battle
ard since the first day's use have had n.i
more Heeding ite sorene-s i entirely
gone. D G Div d-on. wna the B von
Budget, formerly with Boston Journal.
My catarrh was vry nad For 30
years I have been troubled with it have
tried a n ruber of remedies without re
lief. A driHgist H-.vjtf(i E'j'i Cream
Balm. I have used only one bottle and
I can say I feel like a new mio. I made
this voluntary statement that others may
know of tte Balm. J W. Mithewsnn.
(Lawyer,) Pawtucket. R I.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney ai law.
Makes collections, loans money an.i will
attend to any legal husires intrusted to
him. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
aid, I !-. - dsiwlv
A SEa SICK PASSEN'tEB.
On the O eat, cares iitrie abDiit a Mjrtn. He 1 posi
tively inciferett whether he is wabed overboard
or not. But. itt r:h! by a wlnezlafsfsl or two
of Hotetlet' Momnch Bitter?, he fce'o renewed
intere-tln hU personal safety. This fine correc
tive niutralizes in braefciea water often coni
pnlori'y crank on efcipboard. to the grlevons detri
ment of heaith the perniciou? impurities which
cive ri?e to di-orilers of the ftomach, livr and
bowels. To the mariner, the tour'ft. the western
pioneer and mint r, the Bitters i- itiT.t:iiaWe a. a
means of protection affa'nst malaria, when Its
seed" are latent In air and water. To the t fleets
of overwork, tceotal ormmual, it i-- a most relia
ble at.ti iotc, and to tte deb;h a'.e1 aul nervou,
tffords cre:it and rpeedily fi-lt relief ind vii'. r
J. E- Montrose, Mat-ager.
One Week and at::rday Matinee, commencing
Monday, May 25th.
Special engigement of the Little Ftvwite.
Sapoorted by the eratiie actor,
MR. JAMES R. McCANN,
aad a thoronghly competent rompaay. in a aew
and pl.asing reprtolra
--"The Pearl ol Savoy."--
Chaag of Play Sightly.
Piof. Geo. A. Ott. Mn-ical director. Introducing
aolo. on th. 8 id. Trombona. Zither. Piano. Aylo
pboae. MriogtBC GasMS. and the Ealamaxoo, an
iostrntnent of bia owa iaveotion.
Family Matinee, gat ardor at t p. m prei.ntinjr
"Little K.d Bidin Hoed. -
AdmiM on. 10. SO aad M ecata. Seata an sale at
Harper Hoaaa Pharmacr.
stimulant hut n
7 . . "";T'V &' aavarud
use. The strong may take it with pleasure, and th
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
IfTiX HocTE5a CVx ("one. tried. lway awd" leave, no injuriDM ec
acrroa. rst.m. Iti.no wonder, there (ore. that ia all parts of th. world, tiln
Coooaia reeoaamended by aiedlcal m Instead of tea f l coffee
eoeoa.aroboealnte. lor daily ue brehlldren or a , . .,iM,1J M
atlw. "Larirest in th. world." Ask for Vas HoCTEX'aauJ tii, ,.)...
ts ca th 4
FHE POSITIVE CURE.
EL.V EHtiTHftr-S. K8 Warren Rt New Y. k Piicacar. VT
THE MOLINE WAGON.
THE MOLINE WACOK tt
Manulactiirers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
Ml and complete lite of PLATFORM and otter "vrirj Wacona, src1a! wjapied j,
Weatern trade. of eapennr workmanship aad inieh Tinstrated Prire .!st fre. as
anr- icaiton se. toe oij g A"V
1 erore i-arrr.as-nrf.
DAVIS & GO,
A complete etock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, '- ackics
Hose, Fire Brick. Eu-
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We faaraatee every one perfect, ard will jrioC-. ,
Twenty day's trial, to respors-.ble par.:?
Safety Heating Boilers and Contracture f
furnishing and iayini? VVnter. kl'!
1712 Fikst Ave .
Rock IsjRDd. I'.!:tfi
Telephone 114S. Retde'-ce TeVphcte lv
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & AJDI &U.
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
JVC. E. MITJRRIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-em St., H.:k -r.'
patronVge aohrcie'dClt Grocer':es ttat win be oM M lowest llvlug prices. A -rare cf ;
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN,
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1W1 and llSl Foarth avenue. Residence 1119 Foarth arenae.
PUna and epU4cagni;, rurtrffhed on aU clvwi of work: aleo agent of WUler's Fateat IneWe
Sliding Blind, tometateg new, stylltb and deatoal'd.
BOCK tUAW. ILL.
COMPLETE IN ALL