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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3,
- rr.TTH1. T'TTyTTT'.
ffl Buy That New Carpet.
.MVe the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In
grains and Mattings in the three cities.
, ;ir ;,, i r, . ,un Suite-; :m.l r.trlor Suites? We are heail
i,,r i lii'-i1 'i.ls. Wo arv showing a vi-ry liriL- lino nf
,., VIN'S? also our line of CHKXILLE CUKTAlXS
iK .;i li,-tt 'i-. an l Ii)n"t fail to see our
r U..,- - cev. . - j
I - J ... .. .l.'j 1,1,. I.,! L- t.-.l I
j, ! out. JU ri
a toMebWTC rp(.rMER rokQto.
loo cream at Krell & Math's.
Build up your strength and llesh
by irsin Monroe's tonic. Sold by
Marshall & Fisher.
Fresh hlaek bass and bull frogs
legs at II. Sniythe's. 1819 Second ave
nue. Telephone 1017.
We have just received an elegant
and line line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
Oscar liisant, for some time past a
bailiiT under Sheriff tlordon, has re
signed his position to accept one on
the Moline police force.
Tuk A irti i s is in receipt of a num
ber of copies of the papers at Hut
Springs, with the compliments of H.
Sch weoke, who is sojourning at the
The Chicago papers yesterday
sl.)Ii' of ;lw'fi-i I itllii'ir ii t tli
J World's Fair iumpinr rouvrh shod on
Presidi-nt (.'loveland for carr'ving a
lighted cigar. Dollars to doughnuts
it was our Hill Glass.
Why do your own baking when you
give a party or rcoept ion ? Krell &
Math can make any kind of cake or
pastry to order, and as they use only
the best material in their bakery,
you are sure to get every thing or
dered of them of the linest.
.. ;.j th.' world and only $:i.00 can bo used as a quilting frame.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
10:1. 10.-1, 107 E. Second Stre-t. DAVPNPORT, TA.
We have just received a
new shipment of these very
stylish shoes, and we guar
antee the price and quality.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
WFJZN Yon G-o To
I he Work
Si- iniii r Irut-tic:tl Christianity.
Iloscite hr.ll is the name of a char
itable institution in Omaha which do
serves the commendation and assist
ance of the citizens of that city to a
marked degree. The old People's
theater has loen converted into a
home for unfortunate men, women
and children, and its management is
on a right basis. People are fur
nished with food and lodging, al
lowed to pay a small sum for it if
they desire Mid then work is found
for them. If unable to work, med
ical assistance is given until they are
capahle. if wording, whtii they are
expected to repay the institution as
boon as circumstances permit.
Gospel services are held each even
ing. When the unfurtunates are con
verted under the ministrations of the
h adors and desire to live a different
life, they v.re given work and in
every way possible aided to leave tho
old life behind. This is practical
Christianity. l?::pid City (S.. D.)
"happened before I
eign shore. At I5rem-
l.i It iris :!;.! Ill ..xi,l Hands.
'Tin- Jm.st remarkalde t'.xpt i-ience
which 1 had abroad," sai.l a woman
touched a i'
en, where we landed, we were tak
en off in a tug. As wo were steam
ing to lit'' wharf we approached very
close to a vessel crossing our path,
and for a few seconds a collision
seemed imminent. A man whom I
had noticed on the passage over, but
did not know at all, completely lost
his head at this crisis. He was sit
ting near me. lut he suddenly rose,
took off his high hat, put it in my
lap, and with the hasty exclama
tion, 'Please keep this,' leaied over
hoard. "Though every attempt was made
to rescue him, he was drowned there
before our eyes, and I landed a short
time later, carefully holding- his silk
hat, which, by his last will and testa
ment, was certainly though most
uselessly and giewsomt ly mine."
New York Times.
Vhat you will need is an easv com-
enable Shoe if you want toj
enjoy the show.
h'i y- '.v-Jiild recommend you to buy is
our Heavy Sole Walking Boots, a
':vr : ;vcul!y adapted for walking purposes.
Wc c;.rry thi ;-!vi in all widths and' mzcs
We can lit anv loot and guarantee comfort.
U -vai- Ml
Secomi and Harrison Sts, DaTcnport
m? mi m mm wt
:Trd. . , . iE5 ill ill
1803 Second Avennc.
orty-iiiiie IayH at Sf-a.
Two hundred and ninety-six pas
sengers had a narrow escape from a
watery grave on board the stoarn
fhip Suiidt, owned by Mr. Lange of
Bremen. She had leeii given up for
lost, when on March 11, 1870, she
limited into New York 41 days
from Bremen, with a tale to tell
of the fury of the ocean that made
men shudder to hear. She had
been out in the gales in which the
City of Boston had probably found
ered. Captain Shmeers of the Sniidt
reported that a hitrrieauo which be
gan on Jan. 20 lasted 1" days, and
thai, it look his engineers 11 days to
repair the damtejre t. the bout's ma.--chh.erv.
New York "World.
J ictiTt ir-rj Vliit'ifs" Lot-ill ion.
mean-; is used to discover
where con; tni--ves are numerous
al r.g the line f some of the Pennsyl
vania and Iev. Jersey railroads. Tho
coal is mere!' splashed with white
wash after it has been ioaued upon
the cars. As coal trains are slow
ones and are often bide tracked for
days together at obscure little places
where there are few or no employee
to truard them the enemies of tho
coal trust take advantage of these
fl;ltic to renlenish their bins. A
trlance at a load that has Iven pprin-
kled witn wmtewasn snows wnero
coal has leen removed &nd places
wimrn such removals aro frequent
are either guarded or avoided af ter-
ward. Chicago ixcrulu.
A Wonderful Invention.
A chemist has invented an auto
matic sensitive paint which is a bright
yellow at the ordinary temperature
.. l.risrlit red at 220 deirrees. It
WIU O .
returns to itti original color on cooling
and may be heated witn tne same ei
fect over and over. St. Louis Re
public. Wor.d'i Columbian Ezpasition
will be of value to the world by ill
ustrating the improvements in the
mechanical arts and eminent physic
ians will tell you that the progress
in medicinal agents has been of equal
importance, and as a strengthening
laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in
advance of all others-
Josliv, May 8. Roland Whiteside,
son of William Whiteside, was lead
ing a horse to water on Monday even
ing last, when the animal wheeled
'round unexpectedly and kicked him
in the breast. He has suffered much
pain, and Dr. limner, of Port Byron,
is in attendance.
Mrs. David Dailey, who was RC
years of age, died on Sunday evening
last. She was interred on Tuesday.
The funeral took place from the resi
dence of her son, Lyman Dailey.
Miss Carpenter has been engaged
to teach the Osborne school, Miss
llobart. of Port lUron. the Joslin,
Miss Xold the i;...e Hill, ami Miss
Dillon the Willovdale.
It is a roninion remark that cy
clones and tornadoes are either .be
coming more numerous, or else we
have greater facilities of hearing of
t hem. Which is it ?
C. C. Wake, Sylvester Daley and
Mrs. Williams insured their resi
dences and farm buildings intheCoe
and Zuma M ut aal.
Mr. Conley. who has the manage
ment of the Joslin creamery, intends
building himself a residence near the
(r. W. Crompton, with his wife and
children visited with F. K. Crompton
and family from Friday until Mon
To say the least, this has been a
cold, wet. backward spring, and pas
ture has been very slow in making a
Practical politics are not al
ways dishonest, and dishonest pol
itics are not always practical.
Uock river has been out of its
banks, but it is now reported to be
Cowardly conservatism ever stands
in the way of righteous radicalism.
Mt l.Tl M IN P.VKVO.
By LayiEg-?u of Karfis!
Woman resinre1 to perfect hralth! ,lul f nth
turn coiitiilriice tnoiiL'li rcqaircil to luy lioM nf
Pr. ricrre's Favorite" Preset ilion, a!iii:nis'or it
:t'.i a liflo iitience n 1 a little pcrsuvriii:re.
jui ! romplete rertor: t Ion to health and vitality is
ii S'iretl. Not far, ;r.fitedt f .-om the miraculous,
hrt- many of the wonderful c-ures of lost wonian
hooil it has iffioiiil. There arc few raM S. in
(Ined, v i'hni lln: xvtjuir iiient of pi -fe nntl Mif
fer'np w.man. otitsicie or l'cyo.i.l its Ii .-if ul ir.
tlneiic(. So eonfltleiit are ti:e maker of Dr.
Piereo's Kavorite Prescription of its power- t i
Ileal :a female i:-easep, that Ui -y ttMrnn"-satisfaction
in i vi r y irsiance. tr refund money.
Lur!u 1 tl ?I (-is f.r iT): at lirti'-'gists.
Uock Islaml county's honorary
scliola fshi j i a the university of Illi
nois is open to be tilled next year.
A compilative examination for this
scholarship will lie held at my ollice
in the city of Uock Island on the
tirst Friday and Saturday in June.
Persons ilesirinir to take tins exami
nation should notify me in advance
Very truly yours.
April -Jti. "isi3. C. 1?. Marshall.
County Supt. Schools.
3 rV---''Y fQsv'?? (rsvtssSijl
.) jiiely a vegetable ccmpcand,
b made entirely of roots and herbs
i gathered from the forests of
Georgia, and has been used by millions
of peopio with the best reauiis. It
Ail r-anr..r cf Tnc- i v:;o 3PC5. from the
V':s:!:.:r,'i;is lilt'- boil i jour r.o.ie to
x v. : . t cr. s i:.'ii ritd b!ooJ
tr.lct, t i h as ticrot'aii, Kheuniatism,
Catai i ii aid
'-n T lcrTrrri P'rFo? trailed
Pi;rPOALS FOR FKKSil VFGETAMES-Ht-iniftiiiiri'
r-; U-;;irt iu ut of t M !--oiit i,
H C ( lii' f 'inniii i--:ir of Si. It- i-!-nct'. "IiicM
Illinois. Avril-".'. 1'.i.J ' :"! ! in trij-
Yn :i i , vi!l r--i- i ctl ;t 1 hi- otln'c u :i! i 1 11 t.'cl- m k
a. in.. (Mi Vc.lTtf-ti:rv- i he ihiv .f M;i . W..v. :i
wh irti i iin i mi 1 I'lnt'f 1 ! y v,!' In- , .;. i in
juvthc' t-f mi icr- for ih fit:nih;i:L' Mi l cl
Lvery o! :til quni: it'tv? vf frci-h p 't.-ria l
i nio:if as itmy lie m ((H:rc.l t.y tvo Mrb-::-ti-iH c uc
X a; I'lieiit, I niti-d i:i:i'- ruiiiv. ut l-'nri lira i. v.
Mirtuifin : Fi:t I---av";woit h, Iv-msa ; f.irt A' ncU-in-.r.
M it li::-ui : Ton iCt'it. t-kl;i!i.m :t Tcrr-tnr ;
V t' R'.U--'. KatiMi F'rr s'at inl.iT!. T'liin-i-: 1'ort
i 'iJi.hi'iii:i TVrrlt ry : Kcrt tlp; Iv, Iml::m
'IVrti. rv : lorl VaT,c, M uliiL'tin : Intii JifijM.li-Arscn-i;."
l?-li;!ii:i: tK I'risoti Unrrjit k-. M;sunri :
l; irK lh ii'l Ar-cnii!. iiiid 1 1; Military
I'riS'Ui, Koit Lcav rnwort ht Kn'i;:s. I'nriiti; the
i imp commence ulv 1. and cmlir'r N'.vni yr
;', IS'.1 ;. 'i:',"fca'b l. H'Cfjv(Ni tjji t. arid
opened :A tin t-.vmc h'ir ;tl tiiC st'Vcral t''"-ts
t iir rc :: i vo t tiin . is-1 vi i -s of li )M,t. cvit'h
j).i coniTUL-'t rv rrcciviu . pro;Hea,ip for l'i - own
posto:iiy. J'dunk for pro!Kifi;ii-i find (irrunr of
inst t ur:i n f to ntddcrt. :' vintr full inforrifti ion a
to tho j mlity f vcrc-iai'lf ri ii'iin-.l, niannrr of
bit'rtit-ir, comaiiiinr to be otipcrt'd bv b Utj,
antt Tt ims of rontrat t ami iarni'r;t, will be fur
n rh-d vn n;pbfat on in Hup otVir- or to act
if' fdiimdMin of put Hi-trtice at nny post. Tlie
pvrrnmt;ht rofrvt-j ttie r irht to rvj ot any or ull
I rnpouls Knvi-lopc-s c maininr propAisaln
Hiiould b mark fd 'r ipoal for Fu"j Wytta
bU," and ldri,t-'od to the nnderfiimied cr tin
act it p c(nmiis;irv of pubsiHH-nce ftt the pOft bid
for. J. II ;ILMAN. Major mid C. S.,t.S.A.,
Chk'f Commissary of butjiHtciiCC.
4 ir st
A tew nd Cotnplete Treatment, constiit!!): cf
Sup)Mitorief, Oiutment in Cnpeolp, also in box
and Fill; A Pottive Cure for .External. Blind or
blecilii k ltchine. Chronic. Kecent or llereditary
Files, Female wkaknbbbes and mf.ny other dis
eases; it ig alnaya a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. Tni Ktmedy has neer been known
to fall. It per box. 6 for $5; aent bv mall. Why
suffer from tbia tcrriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly gWen with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not enred. Send stamp for
free sample. Goaractee tasked by oar agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like magic on the Stomach, Liver and Baw
es; dispel Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Kever, Colds,
Nervous Iiaordere,Sleeplesenes,Loas of Appetite,
reatorae the complectfon; perfsct digpstlon fol
lowa their use. Positive cure for Sick Bkasachb
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take. Large
Vials of 50 Pills 28 cents.
HARTZ A CLLMBYER Sole Agenta Bock lei
The He?t Assortment.
The Largest Assortment
The Most Complete As
sort went J
Draperies, Stoves and
BED ROOM mm.
A car load of new, choice goods, we have marked
A good it Iicc Suit for $15.00.
A beautiful S5 Piece Suit for S1T.OO.
An elegant ii Piece Suit for $0.00.
These Prices Talk.
They are positively the biggest bargains offered in
thi three cities. The same way in Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, Lace Curtains and Draperies.
An elegant assortment at rock bottom prices.
Refrigerators and Gasoline Stoves.
Agency for IMPERIAL BICYCLES, best made.
EASY PAYMENTS N0 excAge.
OHAS. A. MECK
L 'PHOVK 421
322 Brady itreet, Davenport, Iowa.
" U ph : 1 s i t-t i n rr of all kinds r order,
reatbfrs r-novatf d on short licnice.
Trjr a b-ttl nf our Furniture Polish none better.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling" for Rock Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
Bock Beer, the Best Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is botted at i he brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
The Furniture establishment of
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs nd
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
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