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athrrell Cure for the
IS A PERFECT CURE,
iisacreeable symptoms accompany the
tment. The patient is greatly improved
"health" the appetite for these habits
asses away quiet y .and easily under the
Raiment and the patient is allowed to con
ie his daily work.
' 1 Horn Office. BUPORD BLOCK. R ck Island, 111.
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.
HEN You Go To
The World's Fair
Hiat you will need is an easy com
fortable Shoe if you want to
enjoy the show.
What we would recommend you to buy is
a pair of our Heavy Sole Walking Boots, a
shoe specially adapted for walking purposes.
We carry this shoe in all widths and sizes
We can fit any foot and guarantee comfort.
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Second ant! Harrison Sts., Davenport.
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F,jr in Rock
1803 Second Avenue.
teB narnnlce to ctro nil pr-rvom Hfi. f-noh u Wi-n Mwtj
lxwsor nuu IVwtr IIiKienrlie. Wakefulness. lt Mttnliuna. NiKhilT Kiu
....... t j .Knuu'f.iiliilrttinsMiKl luASff wifferol the lienerfkti .
Orir.na ii either e ecus..', oy over cierlion. youthf nl yr-n n.or oxcesstM
Island by Hartz & Ullmeyer, 3d At and 20th street
Ice cream at Krell & Math'.
E. B. Stone, of Port Byron, was in
the city yesterday on business.
Capt. Robinson has gone to Sioux
City. Ia., on a short business trip.
W. G. Williams, of Galveston, Tex.
is visiting here with friends for a
Build up your strength and flesh
by using Monroe's tonic. Sold by
Marshall & Fisher.
Wanted A nurse girl. Must be
German. Apply to Mrs, Monroe
Kohn, 602 Eighteenth street.
We have just received an elegant
and tine line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
George B. Stebbins, formerly of
this city, is now located at Pollock,
La., and is prospering nicely, as his
many KqcU Inland friends will be
Happy to know.
Because Mayor Medill extended
the customary courtesy to his prede
cessor of complimenting his admin
istration, the Union construes it that
the new mayor must be guided in all
that he does by the acts of McCono
chie. Why do your own baking when you
give a party or reception? 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 ot the Snest.
The Davenport city council has at
last opened its heart to the Daven
port & Koc-k Island Railway com
pany and giTenthe company a desira
ble franchise on Warren and Second
streets, which will enable it to com
plete the system by which it will
operate its west end and Sehnetzer
A llret'zy Ttuie.'
Fitz ami Webster's "A Breezy
Time" is a farce comedy that is now
in its second season. Jt would be
scarcely recognized, however, by
those who now see it. as the produc
tion of last year. About the only
thing that has been retained in it is
its plot and its two principal per
formers, E. B. Fitz and Kathryn
Webster. 'A Breezy Time"1 is now
made up of brand new scenery and
costumes, new and pretty faces,
plenty of talent, bright and catchy
music and a series of amusing bits of
by-plav that are new and always
mirth-provoking. Strange as it may
seem, in spite of the fact that it is a
farce comedy, "A Breezy Time' has
a plot. It concerns a young Boston
st udent who is followed to Vermont
by the girl he loves and by numer
our creditors whom he does not love.
These creditors appear in various
disguises for the purpose of cheek
mating the hero, but. as is well
known, heroes are never checkmated.
The rest of the plot is not disclosed,
but it is said that during its unfold
ing, the various characters appear in
amusing complications during which
they present various novel and amus
ing" specialties. The company make
their lirst appearance next Sunday
ot the Burtis at Davenport.
Agricultural reports indicate no
improvement in the condition of
wheat in the northern and central
counties. In the southern division
it is generally in good condition and
making fair "growth. The St. Clair
countv correspondent states, that in
the vicinity of New Athens, the
wheat is not looking as well as it
should, and that many acres planted
in the lowlands are under water and
will probably be a total loss. Along
the river bottoms throughout the
state, a considerable acreage of wheat
and oats are submerged and will no
doubt lie great lv damaged. Oats are
reported generally in good condition,
but backward owing to the cold wet
weather. In some localities they are
reported looking yellow. In a few
of the northern counties, where the
rains were not excessive, some plow-in"-
was done, but generally, but lit
tle of this work was accomplished.
In the southern section, some of the
corn will have to be replanted. The
conditions of pastures and meadows
continues good, but are making slow
o-rowth. Manv farmers are still
feeding stock. But slight damage
eems to have been done to fruit ty
the late frosts. Apples it is thought
will be a poor crop. In some sec
tions, corn, potatoes and oats are re
ported rotting in the ground.
World's Columbian Exposition
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Will "e OI HI me moiih iu-
ustrattng the improvements in the
mechanical arts and eminent physic
ians will tell you that the progress
in medic inal agents has been of equal
importance, and as a strengthening
laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in
advance of all others.
Xiro i'roTerbs A "boat Women.
"Ho who loses his wife and five
hv so much money'
makes the wife of little account.
'There are no good women or gooa
faults, "also puts a woman in a bad
A Koyal Flush.
"What a beautiful hand that young
lady has." remarked Vanderclam to
"Yes, that diamond ring, if it is
genuine, must be worth at least
1 1,200." Texas Sifting
Bright teeth, and lips that glow the
Give light and color to a smile;
And, infinitely more than this,
flive lisrht and color to a kiss.
But both'must suffer from the want
Of the life-giving Sozodont.
Coal Valley, May 3. The trus
tees issued licenses to Jacob Stuser-
ofski and Gustave Krapp on Monday
evening. They pay $600 a year;
heretofore they paid f500. George
Somerson did not take out a license
George Wilson is settling the es
tate of Mrs. M. A. Garland, as he
was nominated on her will as execu
tor. The court appointed T. R.
Lees, John Barton and William Myers
J. C. llass has commenced this
week to mould brick again. Some
two meeks ago he moulded 12,000
but got them all frozen and had to
throw them away.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Garland
and daughter left for their homes in
Iowa yesterday. Miss Elizabeth Gar
land went with them.
On account of the late spring the
creamery does not get a full supply
of milk." Butter is also scarce and
brings a high price.
John T. llass is attending the
grand lodge at Freeport, 111., of A.
O. U. W. as a delegate from the
lodge in this place.
Sam A. Montgomery, our operator,
has been olT for the past 10 days on
the sick lit. Allen Wilson, of Orion,
is filling his place.
Farmers are plowing busily to get
their corn planted notwithstanding
the cold, wet aud backward weather.
Mrs. M. A. Garland's funeral took
place on Thursday, Rev. Edwards, of
Mrs. It. II. Smith, of Cable, visited
here last week.
Charles Moeller was on our streets
Pokt By Kos, May 3. R. E. Flick
inger narrowly escaped serious inju
ries one day last week. He was driv
ing a colt before a top buggy. The
colt became frightened and over
turned the buggy, throwing Mr;
Flickingcr against a barbed wire
fence, causing him to release his hold
on the lines. The colt was not in
jured. Mr. F. hail one hand badly
torn on the wire, and the buggy was
Mrs. W. II. Malarkey, who has
been in poor health for a long time,
was taken suddenly worse last week
and died on Sunday night. The fun
eral was held this afternoon from the
family residence. Rev. II. Brink, ofii
ciating. The Mississippi Valley Statue man
ufacturers have their craft moored at
this point and are supplying the na
tives with everything in the line of
plaster of paris images.
Rev. A. 1. Burling, of the Chicago
theological seminary, preached in
the Congregational church last Sun
day. Ed. M. Rogers is at Freeport at
tending a session of thoGrand Lodge,
A. O. U. W.
Prof. Ed. T. Harper, of Chicago,
has been visiting his parents the past
L. S. Pearsall is at Rock Island
on the grand jury for this term.
By Laying-oa of Hands!
Woman restored to perfect healtii ! Jast faith
and confidence enough required to lay hold of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, administer it
with a little patience and a little perseverance,
and complete reEtonitlon to health and vitality is
insured. Not far, indeed, from the miraculous,
are many of the wonderful cures of lost woman
hood it has effected. There are few cases. In
deed, nithin the requirements of sick and suf
fering woman, outside or beyond its helpful in
fluence. So confident are the makers of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription of Its powers to
heal all female dUeases. tbat they warrant satis
faction In every instance, or rerund money.
Large bottles fl (six for at druggists.
Notice to Water lontuuirra.
The semi-annual water rents are
now due, and payable at the office of
the citv clerk. If not paid ov the
31st inst., the water will be turned
off, in accordance with the ordinance.
A. D. Ht ESixt;, City Clerk.
Irs. E. J. Rovrell, Medforti, llass., says her
-other has been cured of Scrofula by tho uso
f four bottles cf fifSFSfS af;cr t:vinK ha:1
r-i:-.y'a other treat- teAfKf ricnt, and tx-in-
r vluoci X-t quite a low condition cf health, as i
T3.3 tliouUt she Ci-..ilil not live.
TTr-r t:rcdiuv little boy ofbcredi
fowi5I! -sry scrofula vhichap
' aro;l a'.l over his c&' f3.ee. Tor
jji-cnr I had rQ given op all hope
r his SArLcovcry, when finally
I was induced to use
ifewbo ttles cured him, and no
sympioiLS cf the disease remain.
Mes. T. L. .Mathers Matherrille, Miss.
Our ooo cm &looJ&a I Sk'n Oi5cir? mailed free.
&i. urT brfcciFic Co Atlanta, Ca.
A new and Complete Treatment, conslsticp of
suppositories. Ointment in Capsulp, also in Box
and Pills ; A Positive Cure for External. Blind or
Bieedins- Itchinp, Chronic. Beocnt or Hereditary
Piles, Fejiale weakkebses and mtnv other di
eae; it i alwayt a great benefit to the eencral
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. Tliis Htmedy has never been known
to foil. 51 per box. 6 for $5; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly pWen with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
frre sample. Guarantee tasked by our agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on'the Stomach. Liver and Bw
es; dispels Uyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Diaordt rs,Sleeplesnes,Los of Appetite,
testorss the complection; perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive cure for Sick Headache
and Constipation. (Small, mild, easy to take. Large
Vial of 50 Pills 25 cents.
HARTZ A TJLLHBTBB Sole AgenU Bock Isl
The Best Assortment.
The Largest Assortment
The Most Complete As-sortmentj
Draperies, Stoves and
BED ROOM SUITS.
A car load of new, choice goods, we have marked
A good 3 Piece Suit Tor $ 15.00.
A beautiful 3 Piece Suit for $17.00.
An elegant 3 Piece Suit Tor $20.00.
These Prices Talk.
They are positively the biggest bargains offered in
tha 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.
CHAS. A. MEOK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
gUphoIsrering of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated on short notice.
Try a bottle of 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, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottied at the 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 and
lounges. Thanking you for'your patronage
they solicit an early call.
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