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jiioiit t-o m Suites and Parlor Suites? We are heail-
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W. S. HOLBROOK,
10:?. 10.'), 107 E. S-cond treet, DAVENPORT, TA.
50 PER GENT OFF.
We have several lots of Ladies' fine Oxfords
carried over from last season, mostly in A.
B and C, widths nearly all sizes, and we shall
nr the nnne in two. ie sure ana
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Visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
HEN Xou (to To
The World's Fair
m. ii i m m bb. a a mr
iortable 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.
fcecoim am! Harrison Sts., Davenport.
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1803 Second Avenue;
Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Wanted A good girl for general
house work, apply 1132 Third ave
nue. Build up your strength and flesh
by using Monroe's tonic. Sold liy
Marshall & Fisher.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mowrey, of
Richland Grove, Mercer county,
were in the city to-day.
The meeting of the carpenters'
union will he postponed until May
25, by order of the president.
We have just received an elegant
and line line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
K. 1). Kendall left this morning for
Uatavia, N. Y., having been summon
ed to attend the funeral of his father.
II. C Harris has been appointed
deputy collector of delinquent taxes
for Uoek Island by County Treasurer
Campbell and has entered upon his
The advance sheets of Stone's di
rectory of Hock Island have been re
ceived. The directory is now prac
tically completed and any alterations
now sent to Mr. Stone will be in
Conductor Smith, who has run
into the city for several years on the
C, M. & St. P. has been transferred
to a run on the east end of the same
road, and Conductor Myers is run
ning in his place.
Park Commissioner Jackson is
having the flowering plants brought
out from their winter protection and
arranged in Spencer Square. The
square is beginning to assume its
handsome appearance again.
Why do your own baking when von
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 of the iincst.
Hon. Levi Waterman, of (Jeneseo,
commissioner of the Joliet peniten
tiary, witnessed the electrocution of
Carlyle Harris at Sing Sing, N. Y.,
Monday, having, with ot hers repre
senting the reformatory institutions
of the state been sent then; to inves
tigate electric execution with a view
to its adoption by the state of Illi
nois. Articles of incorporation of the
Molinc Art association were tiled in
the eoitntv recorder's ollice yester
day. The objects of the association
as stated in the articles, are to culti
vate a taste for the line arts and give
exhibitions of the same. The capital
stock is l,2'K divided into shares of
$10 each. The incorporators are
John X. Hardy, W. K. Sloan and
John W. Warr.
The remains of George K. Heed
were taken to Dixon this morning
for interment, over the C, 1?. & i-l-road.
The Knights of Pythias and
Modern Woodman acted as an escort
from the late home to the depot. The
pall bearers were: Messrs. I. 1).
llurirh. Will Hart.. II. L. Wheelan.
M. K. Sweeney, Spencer Mat tison and
I". J. Staasseu. The body was accom
panied to Hixon by the widow,
friends of the deceased and by Under
taker Wheelan. whose able assistant
Mr. Heed had been during the last
A Tartly SuKKfKtliii.
The street commissioner should
cause the removal of the 'heaps of
loose brick left after paving on the
west sidewalk of west Seventeenth
street. They do not make a sightlv
settling for the Kock Island house or
a fair approach from Second avenue
to the handsome cement walks laid
by the Davis Co. in front of their
premises from the alley to the First
avenue corner. There is a good deal
of rejected and broken brick about
the recently paved sections, ap
parently abandoned by the con
tractors which is worth hauling awav
if only for filling purposes. Union.
It is remarkable how accute the
Union's observation lias suddenly be
come, ami witn what energy it now
seeks to make suggestion to the
superintendent of streets. The brick
to which it calls attention have pre
sented the unsightly appearance it
describes for several weeks, yet the
Union failed to note the circumstance
until the street department had been
changed. Xone will gainsay, how
ever, that the suggestion is a
good one. though somewhat late, and
if the new street superintendent is
just given time to acquaint himself
with the lay ot tiie land lie win at
tend to all these tilings.
Wor.d's Columbian Exposition
will be of value to the world by ill
itmi tn' the improvements in the
mechanical arts and eminont physic
ians will tell vou that the progress
in medicinal agents has been of equal
innrt:ince. and as a strenirtheninir
laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in
advance of all others.
To the World'H Kalr,
The Kock Island route offers re
duced rates ami choice 01 eight su
perbly equipped fast express trains
dailv'in each direction between the
tri-cities and Chicago from now un
til Oct. 31. Tickets limited for re
turn until Nov. 15.
L. M. Allen.
Gen. Act. Pass. Vept. Davenport.
F. II. riA MMEH,
Tkt. Apt.. Rock Island.
Delays Are Expansive-
Make your investment at Xorth
Galveston now and insure the profit
that will surely follow the raise of
prices; it is coming very soon. Do
not delay this; Koester" & Martin,
1X15 Second avenue, the agents of
the town, will tell you why.
tf I.at Nlcht's Keirular
The board of education met in reg
ular monthly session last evening.
President Sears in the chair and all
the members present, except Dr.
Bernhardi, who is absent from the
It was ordered that the schools be
closed May 30 Memorial tlay.
The finance committee recom
mended that $15,000 maturing May
26, be secured another year on the
same conditions as last year, and the
suggestion was approved.
A proposition submitted was by Ii.
II. Kimball to take the school census
on the same terms as last year $ 100
and he was authorized to proceed
with t he work
The New nulldlng.
Plans for heating and ventilating
and for closets for the new Xo 1
building were, presented and the
proposition of the li. F. Sturtevant
company, of Hoston, was accepted
for heat and ventilation and that of
the George II. Hess it Co., of Chi
cago, for closets accepted, the total
amount being $G, 000.
The board allowed the following
bills and adjourned: Davis com
pany, $1.27; Union Printing com
pany, $3.75: Fagle Pencil company,
se'J.75: Henry Dart's Sons, $10.50;
Kock Island Gas company, $1.05: J.
W. Stewart, $3.13; William Kinck
$1.0 ): Ilorst von Koeckritz. $2.35;
S. S. Kemble, $3.10; John Mulhcarn,
$3S.50; K. Crampton & Co., $2.10;
Kock Island Xational bank, $30.40;
William Bean. $1.40; David T. Ames,
$7.05: II. Tremann & Sons, $1.45: T.
K. Sehindlc-r & Co., $2.05; Chicago
Electric Service company, $2.10:
Hart z & Ullemeyer, $7. til: Anton
Tilt St. I.oiltH Kt'ptllttit: Fri'f .
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A New It!f;:i In N!tiilni!cH:i.
A new idea in shipbuilding h:'.s been
developed at lielhist. There is an im
mense vessel on the stocks there v.liich
has 110 keel for about 120 feet from the
sternpost. while six feet of the sternpost
is cut vvay. the hull of the vessel slop
ing from the horizontal for the 120 feet
until level with the curtailed sternpost.
The bottom of the sternpost and the
actual stern of the vessel are not con
nected in any way. The vessel is a twin
Bcrew, and the propellors will work
through a email aperture, with nothing
between them and the water beneath.
They will therefore always lie in un
broken water. Boston Journal.
HIGH GRADE IMPERIAL BICYCLES-
80 t) Speak.
Woman i wonUirfully cadi! fnch beauty,
grace, delicacy and puxity n; alone her poshes
Finns. So lias the weaknesses, irregularities,
functional deraniroment, peculiar only to her
f elf. To correct t'.iei-e and restore to health, her
wonderful oriianiFin teqniresi a resUr:itiir espec
ially adapted to that purpose. Such tin one is Dr.
rierre's Favorite Prescription po sessiim cn:a
tivt and rei-nlatinir proper! Us t a emarkalle
digree. Jlmle for this fturpogt: alcne recom
mended for no other! Co-t;nnl!y .rowing in
f:ivor, and numbering ts its etaui c'.i friends
thousands of the most intelligent and refined In
dies ef the land. A positive guaratitte mcontpn
11I s e eh b. tt!e at jour ;rnL'i:it's. Sold on
Notire to IV liter i:oiixumerK.
The semi-annual water rents are
now due, and payable at the oiliee of
the city clerk. If not paid bv the
31st i 11st., the water will be turned
off, in aecordar.ee with t he ordinance.
A. D. IIi esim;. City Clerk.
Suffered Nine Years.
Physicians and Specifics Failed.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa Com
Highland, III., June 11.
For over nine years I suffered untold
misery from inflammatory rheumatism,
from which physicians as well as vari
ous specifics afforded no relief.
At last I concluded to give Kickapoo
Indian Sagwa a trial. "With less
than three bottles I have been complete
ly cured, and have stayed cured. I keep
the Sagwa in the house all the time, and
I find it a great help to me at various
times when I feel run down, and con
sider it the best tonic in the world.
Mrs. Nat axe Zimmersas.
KICKAPOO INDIAN SACWA.
, Sold by Druggists, only $1 per bottle, C tor $3
ay is the Month.
ECK'S is the Place, Vr
NEVER WERE CHEAPER
Bed Room and Parlor Suits,
Dining Tables, Chairs;
Stands and Hall Trees,
Parlor Tables, Easy Chairs
and Fancy Rockers.
Before you place your Furniture on the floor see
that it is covered with some of our carpet.
Rrussels Carpet, Tapestry Carpet,
Ingrain Carpet Hemp and JRagr Carpets
JfearTIIE NEWEST DESIGNS.
CrS-THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT.
Oil Cloths, Art Squares, Matting, Lace
Curtains, Draperies, Window Shades.
Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators,
The best and most economical made,
A tiw lot just received make your selection early.
CHAS. A. MECK
' ! UPHONK. 421
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Ujg?" Upholstering of all kinds to order.
KeathTR renovated on ehort no ice.
Try a bottle of our Furniture Polish none better.
Easy Payments, Easy Payments.
Calling- for Rock Island
Brewing- Co., Beer.
The Best Beer 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 bott'ed 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 MOLiINE WAGON,
The Moline. Wagon Co. ,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Spring Waeone, especially aasptea to tb
Westers trade, of superior workmanrblo and finleb Illustrated Price List free oa
application. Bee the MOLINE WAGOS before purchasing .