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THE AUGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 18iKJ.
Straw bTi is at Hess liros.
Dates ami lirs at Hess 15ros.
Head Schneider's cut prices.
Wash leather gloves at Bennett's.
Great bargains in organs at Bowl-
New se ile Kimball pianos at Jiowl
M's. Six octave piano cased organs at
See the improved Emerson pianos
Dr. James Coud. of llevnolds, was
in t he city to-dav.
tireat bargains in second hand pi
anos at IJowlbv's.
Everything snitaUle for traveling
irloves at Bennett's.
Atteml the granitew are sal- at the
Columbia- this week.
Spring and summer suits cheap at
Simon iV: Mosenfeldcr's.
Social at the Broadway church par
lors to-morrow evening.
The rush still continues at the
Columbia for graniteware.
W. II. Brown, of Knoxville, la., is
in the city visiting friends.
Tubs any size at this week's sale
for 85 cents at the Columbia.
Ladies have you seen those silk
gauntlet gloves at Bennett's?
What a handsome line of fancy
shirts Simon Sc Mosenfeldor do have.
The regular weekly entertainment
of the fanhattan club occurs to
night. Wanted A jjood cook. Apply at
Mrs. Morri Koscntield's. --'-? 'Tenth
The beautiful neckties Simon
& Mosentielder have just received
are dand ies.
Frail healtli indicate weakness.
Monroe's- tonic will cure you. Mar
Fifty per cent oiT on la'.ic" line
Oxford, carrii-d o er from lat ea
son The Botn.
Notice tin- Bo-ton's --ad." el-e-where
and -ee what they !i:ie to say
regarding cheap (ford.
Women u ho -u Iter and feci weak
s-houM take Monroe' tonic: it will
cure you. Mar-hall A: ri-her"-.
Tomatoes. spinach. a-paragus.
beets, turnip-, lcttui-e. onions, rad
ishes and carrots at He.-s Bros.
Ice cream -eason opens to-night at
W. Tn lz & Co.'s. l'n Four tli ave
nue. The finest dish in the city.
The criminal docket will probably
not be taken up before the til'tli week
of the term, wliich will be about May
Dr. Calvin Truesdale and John
Crubaugh leave to-night for Minneap
olis to attend the funeral of Thomas
One dollar ami a quarter per week
buvs a tine quar- piano at Bowlbv's.
Price when new 7. our price now
Thin its are booming at the Colum
bia, (iraniteware is doing all the
talking buy now at almost manu
Attend the social at the Broadway
Presbyterian church parlors tomor
row evening. ltefre-lunent s and a
pleasant t veiling for all.
Whv von r-hould trade at Simon ..v.
Mo-ciifelder"s: The large.-1 stock:
the best goods; the lowest prices:
easily proved by comparing.
The cheering intelligence comes
from Capt. Koehler's bedside today
that he is steadily improving and
gaining in strength ami spirits.
Too many spring suits men's and
bovs". Learn the prices they are
selling them at ami you'll be sure to
do your trading at Simon & Mosen
felder's. Oxfords at cost last season's
goods, but just as good to wear;
widths: A, B. C. About oU per cent
off just the thing for every day
Krell & Math now have one of the
handsomest soda fountains in the
three cities. It is artistically de
signed and of the most modern ar
rangements in all respects.
When the Boston advertises a cut
in everything they always give it. If
von can wear any of these widths: A.
i or C. you will get a great big bar
gain in an Oxford The Boston.
Attend the sociable at the First M.
E. church Friday evening. Supper
from 0 to X o'clock for -2o cents.
Straw berries and ice cream during
the evening. A good programme will
The ladies of the Broadway Pres
byterian church give a social in the
church parlors tomorrow evening.
Ice cream and cake will be served
and fancy work will be tlisposed of.
A pleasant time is anticipated.
Ex-Police Magistrate II. C. Wivill
will hereafter occupy the oflice with
Major Beardsley in ho room next to
Magistrate Schroeder's oflice and will
attend to collecting and other busi
ness of that nature. In the absence
ol-Major Beardsley, Mr. Wivill will
atteml to the former's business, and
any matters entrusted to his care
will be diligently looked after.
A company has been formed at
Boston ami Chicago, whoso special
object is to be the handling of first
class mining property, and. of which
corporation Ben C. Keator, of Mo
line, is president and treasurer.
George McDonald returned last
evening to his home at Omaha. It is
probable that Mr. McDonald will le
tiirn to Mock Island and take up his
residence here again, as all his
friends will be gratified to hear. ,
Chief Clerk II. C. Willerton. of the
Harper, is confined to his home w ith
illness, and Slater Montrose, of
Omaha, brother of Mine Host Mon
trose, who is visiting here, is assist
ing Xight Clerk Brough in the office
Look at the nobby line of spring
suits (for men) at '10, then at the
splendid all wool suits at t?S.5d, next
at the $7.50 line, and if you want a
good every day suit, at the f?5 line.
It pavs to trade at Simon & Mosen
felder's. Mrs. E. M. Boyer, of Quincy, wife
of Dr. Hover, wiio is confined in the
county jail on the charge of murder,
arrived in the city this morning and
called on her husband. It is under
stood that a strong elTort w ill be
made in his defense.
Capt. W. C Beno was appointed
postmaster of Browning, Schuyler
county, yesterday, which indicates
that the heads of " other republican
fouth class postmasters in this dis
trict, are likely to fall in Mr. Max
well's basket ere long.
The Atilt man-Taylor Machinery
company., of Manslield. ().. has ar
ranged for a special train of :' cars
loaded with its threshing machinery
for Nebraska, which will arrive in
the city tomorrow afternoon at -.'rjo
over the Koek Island A: Peoria, 'flic
train is handsomely decorated and
represents s117..im worth of ma
chinery. A full 'outfit in complete
w orking order will be in operation on
the rear end of the train. It is said
to be well worth a visit to see.
The to'al loss from li res during the
la-t municipal year was :;;. i! 17.75.
w hich v. as fully covered by insur
ance. These ligures are taken from
Chief Uam-kilTs annual report and
show tin- advantage a paid depart
ment has been to Bock Island. In
not a single instance has the loss
from tire exceeded the insurance,
wliich is a fact that does its own
speaking for the paid service. With
the chemical engine and the two ad
ditional companies tin- city will be
in a condition of comparative safety.
Miss Anna Kirkpatrick yesterday
received the distressing intelligence
of the death of her sister-in-law.
Mrs. I. N. Kirkpatrick. which oc
curred at Peoria at 1 o'clock yester
day afternoon. Deceased was well
known lu re, her maiden name being
Sophia Sargent and she had many
friends who will deeply sympathize
with the family in its loss. She
leaves, besides a husband, four chil
dren. The funeral occurs in Peoria
at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Miss Kirkpatrick leaving for Peoria
this morning to he in attendance.
The concert to be given by the
member of the Amateur Musical
club next Friday evening at Harper's
theatre promises to be a highly pleas
ing entertainment and is being great
ly encouraged in every direction.
Manager Montrose has tendered the
use of Harper's theatre without
charge. Woodyatt will furnish a
Weber grand piano, while the Kock
Island Gas company and Merchants'
Electric Light company are provid
ing the light. There is no doubt but
that this excellent entertainment to
e given by home talent will prove a
financial as well as musical success.
The stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at moon to-day was li;yo. and
the temperature 70.
The A. J. Wheeler came dow n with
seven strings of lumber, and the
Irene D. with seven of lumber and
eight of logs.
The Ravenna brought down seven
strings of logs. The Verne Swain
came down ami the Irene D. and
Verne Swain passed up.
Circuit I'purt Culling;.
The Oltmann case, which is still
on trial, will probably not be finished
A decree of divorce was granted
yesterdav afternoon by Judge Glenn
to Mrs. Mary Peterson from her hus
band. Charles Peterson. on the
grounds of desertion.
A Boston paper recently contained an
announcement that certain gentlemen
had "filed a remonstrance to the proposed
widening of Chestnut Hill avenue with
the Brookline selectmen!"
When the rising generation gets hard
pressed for instances of early fame thrust
tipon the contemporary young man it al
ways has the governor of Massachusetts
to fall back upon.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No AJunij
-Use 1 in Millions of Homes 40 "tears the Standard.-
The appearance of thoee-cheap imita
tions of the genus swell upon the fashion
able thoroughfare on promenade is add
ing offensiveness to that wliich had al
ready aroused regret.
These overdone parsonages were wear
ing trousers too long and going without
topcoats during the cold weather. Others
wore abnormal overcoats reaching almost
to their ankles. Stome of them wear rus
set shoes, giving rise to the susxiicion
that they have escaped from Boston. But
all have a penchant for over large ill
made boutonnieres and those dreadful
low crowned, cone shaped, extra wide
brimmed derby hats that are a sight to
They are the greatest set of gnys ever
let loose for tho edification of an en
lightened public. Whero do they come
from? They are like nnto the English
Johnnies that come over with the Gaiety
skirt dancers the first of their kind
and perhaps they will disappear just as
did their English prototypes. Clothier
thee and tvrr
that iinver-failinjj a
Hooks on Blacxl an.I
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USS THESE COLUMNS.
Thk daily akgcs delivered at y our
door evi rf creninc for rSc per week.
MAN WANTED: SALARY AND EXPENSES.
Permanent pUce: whole or part time. Ap
ply at once, lirjwn Jims. Co., Nurserymen,
WANTED SUCCESSFUL CANVASSER,
yualified to hanrila general ajrency. Salary
from start. Host references required. 5ie
age. Lake Ontario Nur.'eries, Rochester, N. Y.
is the best skin lotion in u-e.
mineral or oily eubstanee-
. Sold hy
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, Kittoe Hlock. Davcninirt. comer
Third and Brady,
M iKiL-e Medical treatise eontait.h much infor
ms' ion anil many valuable receipts free .iiihui application.
Made fro-ri any oltl photo, executed in the most
artistic workman? hip U
- HAKELIER'S -
Kaliable PDotographic Estabi9Ukt3tnt over Mc I
Cttue s action cuaramucu.
-House Raising and Moving-
liaising brick buildings especially
Address E- A- ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue. Box 121
This represents the
Best WasMDg laclie
Oi THE MAItKKT.
it lias more rubbing suiface
than ary oth-r. works very easy
and with it tht- washing of a
large family can be turned out
bright hii'1 e'ean ii.two hours.
Call and examine toe Queen of
washtrs. Sold only bv
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & iMartin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
I ,. l- s.;. !-r , .'"J li'l,.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the fcneet hrands of domestic
and imported ciears. All brand of tobacco.
The tcore of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue. '
good thing for
Lawns - 32 inches wide,
Ladies' Kibbed Vest3 very
taUies Choice styles,
Lalies' Shirt WaistE- From tlie
beat manufacturers id the
U. S., styles fine.
Towel; 411 linen,
aun to the wab
W "-w an
Oilier diaitMit-;;r, ...J
Speeia' atteiiti ,n tdV.t-i t,
Ladies' .la. k. -t.
The Columbia :
The Granite Ware Sale
Some of t e Bargains to be hail:
Cover Cooking Pot
19c Mrs Potts' nick pldlliiircJ
This space does not allow to tell of every
article to be had at the great Bargain Sale
for this week only. The goods are war
ranted first-class. Call early.
F J. YOUJSG, Proprietor.
172S Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is tow located ia his new building at the corner of Filth ivi.uut
and Twenty-third street. e
J. Mt CHRISTY,
UlIOflCTUHEB GF CEACKEES If. til
A? k Yonr Grof er for Them.
The Ghriety "Otsteb" atd Chriry "Ti
8LI1C6 01 Oiylu AND PERFECTION OF FIT--
That's what you get when you buy your Spring outfit at the
No such lines of Novelties were ever shown in Rock Island,
our stock of Nobby styles in Boys and Children's Novelties
has no comparison in this vicinity.
Everything New. No Old Stock.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County
Clothing 8tore 1729 Second Avenue, 116 to 12 1 Eighteenth Street Tte Old Stand.
She Store 1804 Second Avenue, Secord door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.