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THE AJIOUS, MONDAV, MAY 1, 18i.
i 3Jiiy ilar.
Apples ami navel oranges at Long's.
Mutterine, 17ic a pound at Long's.
Souvenirs. See Loo s ley's card, tifth
. le,njamin Fountaine. of Edgington,
ws in the city today.
D. C. Darnell, of Kansas City, is
jhcre on a few days' visit.
Another new lot of cerpets just ar
. riTt'd.at G. O. Huckstaedt's.
'She Coulda't Marry Three," at
Harper's theatre this evening.
Special offerings in dress goods,
silks, etc., this week at Mclntire
James Battles came down from
Chicago yesterday on a visit to his
A. C. Brown, of Dubuque, is in
lUck Island on a short visit to
C- E. Mago n, a prominent attorney
et Lincoln, Seb., is in the citv on
; Mrs. Mary Blackburn is in Chicago
looking after the purchase of spring
Head lettuce, spinach, radish
yrcen onions, pic plant and tomatoes
t lORg s.
The ranch talked of drama. "She
Couldn't Marry Three," at Harper's
George Mazi has returned from
Omaha and again associated himself
with D. Hoy Bowl by.
Mrs - John Mc Darrah and Miss
Manic Doonan leave this evening for
Springfield on a visit.
Eroh black bass and bull frogs
legs t H. Smythe's. isii Second ave
.uc. Telephone 1017.
The regular meeting the W. C. T.
U. will be held tomorrow afternoon
-t 3 o'clock at the Christian chapel.
Call and see the new line of pillar
ta.bh.-s at G. O. Hueksteadt's. They'
are the finest in the market for the
Mclntire Bros., owing to the cold
and rainy weather of last week will
continue their special offerings for a
(i. O. Huckstaedt has a line of re
frigerators. Do not fail to see th?m
before purchasing. Easy terms of
rieasant to take, absolutely pure,
not a harmful ingredient in Monroe's
Tonic. Doctors prescribe it trv it.
Marshall & Fisher.
Sheriff Gordon today appointed J.
W. Gordon, who resides just over the
JMoline line, to take the place of Kd
nin Ward as bailiff.
Harry Lawler, an old resident of
tJr? r-ity, and K. G. MeGreevey arc
lere'from Winnebago county, Iowa,
on a visit to friends.
Dotted Swisses Mclntire Bros,
place on sale Monday a large and
bcantiful assortment of white dotted
Swisses at their popular low prices.
"Miss Jennie Smith, railroad evan
gelist, ill conduct a service under
the direction of the W. C. T. U. at
he First M. E. church Tuesday eve
ning. fr. ami Mrs. Robert Bennett, Jr.,
desire to publicly acknowledge the
many offices of kindness and sympa
thy shown them in their late afflic
tion. John Waespe, of Waltvill. St. Gul
len. Switzerland, is visiting at the
residence of Aid. William Both, and
will probable make Hock Island his
The Rockford Construction com
pany has completed the paving of
Sixteenth street and is now finishing
np the work on East and West Seven
teenth. M. Huebinger put his World's Fair
typographical map of the World's
Fair on exhibition at the city clerk's
office this afternoon, and it has been
Call and see that chamber suit
with a 2f24 bevel plate mirror and
fine antique finish for $15.50 at G. O.
Hueksteadt's. Cash or easy pay
ments, same price.
Thf stars ami stripes, together with
the flags of all nations are flying
from many of our business houses to
day in honor of the opening of the
,JIrs. August Herkert has severed
ier relations with the culinary de
partment of Turner hall and accept
ed the position in charge of Lothar
Harms' restaurant and is moving to
kc-r new home on First avenue.
II. Deisenroth, living at the corner
I Eighth street and Fifth avenue,
was presented with a handsome sil
ver baton by a number of his friends
Saturday night. He feels very proud
of the testimonial and very grateful
lor the spirit which prompted it.
" The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M.
C A. will give an ice cream and
strawberry festival at the Y. M. C.
A- rooms this evening. There will
t n interesting literary and musi
cal programme. Admission 10 cents.!
Refreshments 25 cents. The Philodai
Female quartette from Augustana
college will, assist.
A team attached to one of Spence's
ice wagons ran awav on Second ave
nue this morning, starting at Four.
teenth street and jumping over the
fence of J. Schaunrs vara on .Ninth
street, but bevond smashing the
tongue, doing no serious damage.
Billv Gibson, of Rock Island, the
well known sporting man, was in the
city yesterday afternoon, but de
parted for home last evening. It is
thought that he came here to see
about the proposed contest between
Ryan and Hinds. Dubuque lele
Magistrate Wivill has not yet turn
ed over his office to his successor, W
F. Schroedcr, as the latter's commis
sion has not vet arrived, but will do
so as soon as the commission is re
reived. Mr. Wivill is showing Mr.
Schroedcr all the courtesy possible
Upon his induction into office.
This is-how the action of the Tri
Citv Columbian league in delaying
matters with reference to the orld s
Fair is misconstrued. It is from the
Telegraph and is incorrect, as the
tri-cities have not given up tneir ad
vertising project not by any means:
'Rock Island and Moline intended
to spend 100,000 for advertising at
the World's Fair. Thev have con
cluded to spend nothing."
The body of a man was found float.
ing in the Mississippi near unvwii,
on Friday afternoon An investiga
tion bv Coroner McCortney devel
oped the fact that it was the body of
Chris Gravert, a Davenport citizen.
who had been boarding there for
some time. He left his boarding
house to go to Buffalo to visit a
friend, and nothing is known as to
how he was drowned. The verdict
of the jury was accidental drowning.
Gravert was 55 vears old and has a
brother living at Minden, la.
At Seattle Xclaonton Sandborn killed
his mistress, Mrs. Jansen, a widow worth
(50,000 and 50 years old, and then killed
himself. The widow had tired of Sand-
born and fallen in love with another man.
An elderly American named Michaels,
paralyzed so that he h.d to be carried by
servants, died at the Monte Carlo gaming
table, in the Casino. He had p -d daily
The report that the Manhattan Oil com
pany had been gobbled by the Standard Oil
company turns out to be a fabrication
without a particle of foundation.
A doe went mad at Lake View, Chi
cago's big northern suburb, and before he
was killed bit George Kramer, C. M. Dus-
tan. Bertha auke (aged 14), and illie
Blake (aged 7).
A.n offal collector at Pittsburg named
Sauter found some pieces of sponge cake
among the refuse collected and let his
family eat it. One child is dead, another
dying and the remainder of the family
Some enterprising Chicago men have
been making offers to the custodians of
the mansion Jeff Davis occupied when
president of the Confederacy. They have
been informed that the mansion Is not ior
sale at any price.
George Corlett, a Chicago tough said to
be insane, shot and mortally wounded
Policeman Dennis Fitzgerald, who tried
to arrest him on a warrant.
On the night of April 25 W. II. Gaines, a
colored preacher of Cambridge, O., woke
his wife and told her he had seen the angels
in heaven and that they had told him he
would be with them April 2S at 7 p. m. He
died at that very hour and date.
Thomas O'Connor, who was reported the
plaintiff in a suit for $-25,000 against ex-
Governor ilerriam, ol Minnesota, ior false
imprisonment, has no idea and never had
a thought of sr.ing the governor so it is
nearness Cat not be Cored.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused bv an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroved for
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused
bv catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that cannot be cured bv
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F.J. Chenev & Co.,rrops., Toledo.O
jgiaySold by druggists, 75c.
Both Kinds of Ics.
In addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice, the Rock Island
Ice companv nas arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu
factured in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Rock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Rock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artificial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Used in Millions of Hon: es 40 ieats the Standard.-
Five Hour Morning Sale From 8 a. m.l'ntil
1 p. 111.
i no loiiowing win be found very
interesting for Tuesday:
Calicoes" Best indigo blue cali
co, at 5c a yard. Good quality, fast
cofor, calico at 3:c per yard.
Draperies" Double faced figured
canton flannel, 25c quality, 15c a
Hop Sackings" Fifty inch hop
sacking (the latest) yxe a yard.
Tricotine" Thirt-eiht inch
wide, pure wool, 50c quality, at 39c
Desirable for capes and suits. Three
dollar to $5 reductions on high class
uress gooas to close.
"Broadcloth" Twilled black
broadcloth, new shades, 89c a yard.
Gents' Shirts" Eighty-five cent
launuriea l'ercafe shirts at 58e eaeu.
Gents' Collars" Three and four
plv linen collars at 6c each.
The following sweeping reductions
have been made in our cloak depart
ment and will continue until all lots
Lot 1" Ladies and children's
jackets, worth three times the money
asked, at $1.75.
Lot 2" Ladies' tine black jack
ets, reduced to $5.98 and $S.75.
'Lot 3" Ladies' jackets, assorted
styles, reduced to $1.S0, formerly $7
Lot 4" Ladies' jackets in six or
eight styles reduced to b.t9.
Lot 5" Ladies' jackets, formerly
$17.50, $18 and $20, all reduced to
Lot (" Ladies" black and colored
capes reduced to $5.48.
Lot 4 Ladies black and colored
capes reduced to $9.95.
Ha UN El, I l" i;s EL & ox Mavk.
isnt wh.it you waiit, if your stom
ach and Kwels ore irregular.
That's about nil you get, though,
with t!ie ordinary pill. It may re
lieve you for the moment, but
you're usually in a worse state af
terward than before.
This is just where Dr. Fieroe's
Pleasant Pellets do most good.
They act in an easy and natural
way, very different i ron the huge,
old-fashioned pills. They're not
only pleosiuiter, but there's no re
action nfterward, and their help
lasts. One little sugar-coated pellet
for a gentle laxative or corrective
three for a cathartic. Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks,
Dizziness. Si-k and Bilious Ilead-
aches, are promptly relieved and
Thev're the smallest, the easiest
!sf to take nnd the cheapest pill you
S can buy, for they're guamnteea to
'A give sati'-f action or your money is
You pay only for the good you
PROPOSALS FOR FKKSfl VFGETABLES
IT Headquarter Hepartmrnt of the Missouri,
Office Chief Commissary of Subsistence. Chicairo.
Illinois. April y, lya . reaiea projo-at. in trip
licate, will be received at thisoftiee until 11 o'clock
a. in., on Wednesday- the Slsl day of May. at
which time and place they will he opened in
presence of bidder, for the fnrnhine and de
livery of such quantities of fresh potatoes and
onions as may be required by the subsidence de
partment, I'nited btates armv, at Fort Brady,
Alichiiran : Fott Leavenworth, Kinsas; Fort Mack
inac, Michigan: Fort Reno. Oklahoma Territory;
Fort Kiley.'Kansas; Fort Sheridan, Illinois: Fort
StH. Oklahoma Territ ry: Fort snnplv. Indian
Territory; Fort Wajne, Michipan: Indianapolis
Arsenal, iraiana; jeuerson carracEs. Ji ssourl ;
K Tk Island Arsenal. Illinois, and the Military
Prison, Foit Leavenworth. Kansas, durincr the
time commencing Jnly 1, and ending NoTemVT
;fc. lSyl. Prooosa's will he received tin to and
opened at the same hour at the several posts by
the respective com uissatie of snch posts, each
post commissary receiving proposals ior Disown
post only. Blanks for proposals and circu'ar of
instructors to matters, giving ran iniormition as
to the qaality of vegetables reqtired. manner of
bidding, conditions to be observed by b'dders,
and terms of contract and payment, will be fur
n shed on applieat on to this office or to the act
ing commissary of subsistence at any post. The
government reserves the nirnt to reject anyor all
proposals Envelopes crotaisine proposals
should he marked "Proposals for Fiesta Vegeta
ble," and addressed to the nndcrsiirned or the
acting commissary of subsistence at the post bia
for. J. 11 OILMAN". Major and C. S.. U.S.A.,
Chief Commissary of Subsistence.
This represents the
Best Mm Mm
ON THE MARKKT.
Jt has more rubbing sutface
than an y ottu r, works very easy
and with it the washing of a
large family can be turned out
bright auC clean iatwo houe.
Call atd t-xamitie the Queen of
washers. Sold onty by
fe4 M pi ikiW D -5 h?v
MVQil X ill.?' i-rK i I
1 3 i ... r -. i i i
EMBROIDERIES for this week.
Lot 1 Embroideries work 1 inch to 3 ini he
patterns choice and desirable.
Lot Em broideries work 1 inch to 3 inches
Either of the above lo'g arc usually sold for 30c
to 40c more.
Lot 1 Illuminated wool snitings for this sale
Lot S Henriettas, inch, silk finUu. cotors,
a rare bargain.
Lot 3 Dress rlannt ls, douule fold.
For this sale only: bu: oae dress pattern to a
in Serges, wide Flaunt!?, Twill. Mixtures
mention.',! i ',MV .
they :l,t: ' """ v,
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k fir ynTm-r-tn in
House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION Gl'A RANTEEP.
Raising briek buildings eecially
Address E- A- ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue. Box 121
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported citars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1SOS Second Avenue,
KEEP YOUR EYES ON
The Columbia :
If you want to save money. We are lu re in ,t.,v v ,,
prices and spot cash is in to keep the J.ar-uhi .
A large lot of chenille curtains at the low, -t !;, ,
heard of, three yunls kui and iifty inches wi l,'. xh
fringe on top and bottom with rich dado at bottom :m ! ;
$3.9S as long as thev last.
a;..l X ,,
from 7 -j.: ;
On Tuesday morning we will place iio ladies
from 5 to 25c each, worth fiom 15c to $1.25 each
entire line of jobbers anl are very cheap, t Li
canvas, leather and beaded velvets.
Six dozen dowel tubes. No. 1 at 45c. Xo. 2 at
at 35. Wash Boards 7c each. Your grocer a-k:
$1 for the same goods.
Closing out our line of baby buggies at roek bottom jir'r. ..
Hase balls from 5c up. Hammocks from 5-c in. Fi-hir.;
poles from 15c up.
P J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic anil Dispensing Hiarmacis
Is tow locatedjin his new building at the.corner of Fif'.h'aveuue
J. IHL CHRISTY,
BCUDfiCIDBEB GF CBAZEERS li: ill
APk Your Grof er for Therr..
The Chriety "Otstek" rd Ctrt j "TiH
In spite of the miserable weather our opening last Saturd;
proved a marvelous success; everyone seemed delighted with the ne
store, the new styles, and of course our always existing Low Price
It was equally gratifying to us to again greet our many friends and note so many who had actually
inconvenienced themselves in order to favor us by awaiting the opening of our New Clothing
Store. The only regret we have is that we were unable to serve all owing to the big rush. We
have therefore decided to continue the
in order that everyone may have an equal opportunity to snpply themselves with a handsome
spring outfit at a nominal cost.
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing 8tore 1729 8ecosd Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street The Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Montgom erj's Hardware store.