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THE A11GTJS. THURSDAY", MAY 11, 1S2K.
..1 ill.' C. M. &
Tr:u-v. (f tin'
.-It v vi-wnl-.iv
. Kead Sc-hnt-ider's cut prices,
strawberries at Hesa Brq.8'.
New potatoes at Hess Bros'-
lnmli at H. Treinanu &
Sons'. - . ,
Choice spring lamhafH. Tremann
& Sons .
Graniteware oheap at the Coluin
bia. Huv now.
Spring lamb, first of the seas in, at
11. iiomaiiii vv .-ous
Look up your kitchen utensils an
buv now at the L'oluni diu.
A nU-o line of fresh vegetables al
wavs on haml at Hess Bros.
i'hoice snriiiL' lamb for Suinlav
dinner at II. Tremann & Sons".
Wanted A irooil cook. Applv at
Mrs. Morris Kost-n Ik-Id's. i'2' Tenth
Solid oak refrigerators best made
Sold on eas payments at Huck
Noxall is here. Monroe s tonic
Noxall weakness; trv it. Marshall &
Babv carriages. Latest styles,
lowest prices. On easy payments at
Wanted Work at house cleaning
hv evnerieneed ladv. Call at 51'J
Citv Marshal Fred Owens, of Col
btva. is in the citv visiting w ith
Are von feeling cranky and knock
ed out? Monroe's tonic will cure you
Marshall & Fisher.
Charles Mot, and family left last
night on the Sidney for their new
home at Crookston. Minn.
Where am 1 at.J It not von
should le at Marshall & Fisher's buy
ing a bottle of Monroe's tonic.
Wciited To rent an otlice in the
central residence portion of the city.
Address l".. ." care of this otlice.
Miss Louisa ttcrding. of Nasliville.
Teiin.. arrived in the city lat t-vin-ing
on a visit :it the home of Fred
Supt. K. I. Wiiglit.
St. V. . and llodmaste!
same road were in the
W. l Mo,. re. of tuim . state bank
examiner, is checking up the bunks
of Cahier Buford. of the Kock Isl
and Savings bank.
Henry O-mond. of Elkhart. Ind..
is in the city on a short visit to
friends here. He is ou his way to
the World's Fair.
The painters and carpenters" un
ion give a party at the Tower to
night. Tomorrow evening the Oak
dales give a dance.
Io not delay having your seat re
served at Marshall A. Fisher's drug
store, for the Musical Club concert
on Friday evening.
Lovers of music should not fail to
attend the Amateur Musical Club's
concert on Friday evening. A line
programme is in store for them.
Japanese matting. China matting,
rugs, lace curtains, curtain poles,
curtain chains. Lowest prices. Easy
terms of payment at Huckstaedt's.
John Sullivan, the former well
known conductor on the C. B. tV t..
and now running in Texas, is in the
citv shaking hands with old friends.
Capt. Kochler continues to im
prove steadily. It is believed that
as soon as lie can stand the journey
he w ill be taken away on an extensiTc
Graniteware sale only a few days
more at the Columbia. Remember
you arc buying the finest ware in the
market for less money than you can
purchase a poorer grade.
That territie screeching down on
the riTer front this afternoon came
from the train under the direction of
the Aultman-Taylor Implement com
pany which was coming in over the
Messrs. I. I. Burgh, J. T. Dixon
and Will Hartz returned this morn
ing from Dixon, to which city they
accompanied the remains of George
E. Beed. The Dixon Knights turned
out and gave the deceased a Pythian
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Parinenter.
of Edgington. are in the city visiting
at the residence of their son. E. E.
Parmenter. Mr. Parmenter has been
a resident of the county for over 5
years and has never needed the ser
vices of a physician.
F. W. Wilson ami w ife, of Bural,
and M. T. Johnson and wife, of Mi
lan, have arranged for a pleasant lit
tle jaunt to include the World's Fair.
They leave Saturday for Dixon to
spend Sunday, and go on from there
to Chicago Monday morning to spend
The pupils of the High school had
their annual May day outing yester
dav at Black Hawk Tower. About
200 young people in all assembled
there and snent the dav in various
"ames and amusements. A banquet (
givcu hv the seniors
waa-the feature of the evening. It
was a pleasant day for everyone.
Green car 44, of the Elm street
Fine, in charge of a green motorman
jumped the track on Seventh avenue
and Twenty-fifth street last evening
and run down the block a consider
able distance. The wrecking car was
sent up and pulled the car back on
the track. Ao damage was clone.
T. F. Cartwell, of Springfield, O.,
has had on exhibition at Hess Bros
grocerv for several davs what is
known as the Buckeye Fuel Gas
Burner, for which lie has territorial
rights. He has now transferred it to
Mager's machine shop on First ave
nue. where he invites inspection of
J. T. Noftsker's horse and wagon
indulged in a lively little run through
the alley between Third and Fourth
avenues and Twenty-first and Nine
teenth streets, last evening, w inding
up in front of J. E. Elliott's house on
Nineteenth street. The wagon was
considerably damaged, but the horse
The funeral of the late Mrs. Eliza
beth Trenaman was held from her
late home. 151 Fourth avenue, at 2
o'clock this afternoon, Kev. J. II.
Kerr, of the Central Presbyterian
church, otliciating. The funeral was
juite largely attended, the pall bear
ers being: "Messrs. F. G. Young,
David Donaldson, Owin Leonard, J.
II. Cleland and J. E. Elliott.
There is to be a series of tri-citv
social events at Black Hawk Tower
the coming season. The lirst of
these will be Mav "-'"J. It will be un
der the supervision of Mrs. II. Cur
tis, Mrs. V . A. Ihoinpson ami Miss
Murphv, ot Rock Island; Mrs.
Butterworth and Mrs. John Good and
Miss Cadv, of Moline. and Mrs. Leon
Allen. Mrs. J. B. Preston and Miss
Van Patten, of Davenport.
At last evening's session f the
joint dental convention Dr. W . A.
Harlan, ot I hicago. read a paper on
Recent Additions to theTherapeu
tics nt I vorriMca. winch was dis
ussed hv Drs. New kirk ami Steph-
ns. ol Chicago. G. . Black, ot Jack
on ille. F. and II. Mcintosh and S. D.
Sit hcrwcjod. of Blooiniiigtou. To-
lav's sessions are being held in Dav-
nport. and tonight the visiting den
tists are to be entertained there-.
Phil Miller returned this morning
from Chicago, where with Park Com
missioner Buuchcr, he went on the;
mission of purchasing the ornaments
or the ornamentation of Garsey
Square. 1 he drinking fountain and
live large vases, together with four
mailer vases for the basin of the
large fountain, were; purchased and
will be here in 10 davs. Mr. Miller
has not fullv determined vet wheth-
r he will accept the position on In-
pector Bonlield s detective force or
not. He will not return to Chicago
immediately in anv event.
to the faculty
Xlie t.rC Concert.
Tomorrow evening at Harper's
theatre occurs the grand concert hv
he Amateur Musical club of Kock
Island and Moline. the programme
d which embraces the best talent of
he twin cities, and indicates a bril
iant entertainment ami is as follows:
1 Overture-, "Oriihun"" ( llciibach
M-aesipr t Oret.etra.
M irclii' mix Flitmbtmix Meyerbeer
Mrs I eojiold s imiiu :ind Mr. Loui Kolin.
Nou'i srorf r di me (bv reijucs:) ... KkIihuiH
Ir. I'll ! Mitc-liell, Mr. .Imiup It. Ktmbiill.
Viol nobliLTito by Mr. Her.ry SrhillinL'er.
Koiiik-au lirilliants Webcr-Lls.t
Mr. 11. C. Marsliall
Mis Alice Mabel duly.
Sonath Appagiormtn Beethoven
Miss Nellie Maude Stephens.
Piece f'hsracterstiiine "Plaudcrel"
Kilenbeiir Straswer'n Orchestra
J Jeanesse Dooee pus SB Mos.kowfki
Mrs. James A. Bishnp.
La Zingara Don zetti
Mise Amy lluey.
La tonmmbtila Lcjbach
Mr. Frank R tiinsnn.
Cavatioa f om l.a faorile Donizetti . . .
...."( mio Fernando".... Mrs. J. K. Kimball
(i Khaprodie tionjrroiie No 12 Lli-zt
Mrs. i-ranK w Alien.
Marv Mapes was before Magistrate
Schroeder this afternoon on a charge
of disorderly conduct and is having
Emil Vorioverchct. who has been
in court before, was fined $3 and
costs by Magistrate Schroeder today
for disorderly conduct. Oehil Van-
lerburg. who was also arrested, was
The patrol wagon made a trip up
town at 5:30 yesterday afternoon in
search of tramps which had been
ausing some annoyance along J wen
ieth street, but the nuisances took
to the woods on learning that the po-
ice had heen summoned.
Oswald Dumbald, who has been
driver of the police patrol for some
time past, was today sworn in as a
regular officer and will hereafter con
tinue in the same capacity. In the
selection of Mr. Dumbald Chief Sex
ton has rewarded faithfulness and
Circuit Court Culllnga.
Mrs. Annie Wheelock, of Moline,
was granted a divorce from her hus
band, Henry L. Wheelock, in the cir
cuit court yesterday on the grounds
The stage of water at Kock Island
bridge at moon to-day was 13:20, and
the temperature 63. '
The water is coming up at a lively
pace again, and work is beginning to
be needed on tho embankment down
The Mary Morton, U. S. Lily,
Charlotte, Boeckler, Comet and
Verne Swain came down and the
Dolphin. Sidney and Verne Swain
The new coat of chocolate paint on
the U. S. steamer Lily may be some
thing novel in the way of boat deco
ration, but it isn't pretty by a good
deal. The Lily isn't as handsome as
she was last season by far.
An Expression 1'rwin a l'lve-y ear-old.
Some of our present day children are
startling occasionally. A little girl of 5
years recently used the expression "post
mortem judgment." Upon her brother's
questioning her and insisting that she
should define it, she said, "Well, if you
do a thing and then afterward wish you
had done another thing, that's postmor
tem judgment." New York Times.
A Well Filled Head.
"Chappie know anything? Bah! His
head is empty and always has been."
"You wrong him. Ho had two eyes, a
set of teeth and a cane handle in it last
time I saw him." Harper's Bazar.
CRATCHES TEN MONTHS,
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No AlumJ
Used in Millions of Homes 40 leais the eandara.-
A troublesome skin disease
caused me to scratch for ten
4- l. .. 1 1 . t
-.iretl oy a lew clays- uxo 01
M. II. Wolff, Upper Marlboro, Md
I vrris ccrcfl foveial yt-nrs :o of white swelling
;vi!';itoms t f to gjggjc?! turn of tho ili.i-?r-.so.
Many prominent physicians attended me
iii.l all failed, liutS. S. did tl;o work.
l'Al'l. W. KiUKl-AT'tlCK, Juhnsoa City, Teiin.
Treatise on D'.coJ and Skin I"is
eascs mailed free.
Stt'llT Sl'ECIKIC Co.,
Allan Li, Ga.
KE YOU IN NEED?
Want H cook
Want a partner
Wunt a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant gill
Want to fell a farm
Wnni to fell a house
Want lo exchange nnjthinK
Want t sell honseho!d poods
Want to make any real estate lonns
Want to sell or trade for anytlilne
Want to Mud customers for anything
USE THESE COLUMNS.
THE DAILY' AKQUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
door ever t-veuine for I'itc per week.
LOST A WATCH CHARM. FINDER WILL
be rewarded by leaving nt this ofllrc.
WANT K D SUCCESSFUL CANVASSER.
Wnalilied to hanrla petuTrtl ajjency. Salary
from start. Itest references required. C.iire
ae. Lake Ontario Nurseries, Hockerter. N. Y".
This represents tbe
Best Washing Machine
' 'J .'
Jt Las more 'rubbing suiface
than any othr; works very easy
and with it the vwashing of a
large farrily can be turned out
bright and e'ean ir.two hours.
Call ai d -xaniitie the Queen of
washtrTs. Sold ionly by
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Alartin
good thing for
Lawns - 32 inches wide,
Ladies' Hibbtd Vetts very
haliies Choice stylfe,
Ladies' Shirt Waiete- Brom the
be3t manufacturers in the
U. S., styles fine.
Towel; AM linen,
We add to iL Wl(i,
pittme:, ,IHW lan.ig03!
fabrics fr,.m K ,
BUks, at rj, '--t
at pik-e, th;i- Wl)J(.t j' M
. I J.I
Sptcia' attuni i, ,
Drt-es i ,1; c
Ladies' .!a( k-ts,
The Columbia :
The Granite Ware Sale
1 1I IS WEEK.
Some of tl e Ba-gains to be had:
Cover Cooking Pot
is the ln-ft fkin lot i, in in up. It rnntnins ik
mineral oroilv BubslBin i-s. S 11 by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
. Itoom 15, Dittoe lilock. Davcnimrt. comer
Third and Brady.
M inre Medical trcatinc roniaiLlni.' much infor
mation and niuny valuable receipts frvu nnon application.
-House Raising and Moving-
liaising brick buildings especially
Address E. A. ROUNDS,
1515 Seventh Avenue. Box 121.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hanJ the bnat brands of domestic
and imported ciirarw. AU brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wiU be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
lf08 Secocd Avenue,
19c j Mrs Potts' nick pidlh-irct;
This space does not allow to tell of even
article to be had at the great Bargain Safe
for this week only. The goods are war
ranted first-class. Call earlv.
F J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
la row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth svluuk
and Twenty-third street.
J. Hit CHRISTY,
U1I0FOBEB Of iUl-Sl ill tZ,
Afk YQTir Grocer for Them.
The Chriety "Otsteb" m.i! CLr.fr
Elegance of Style
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 Stocjk.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County.
"Clothing Store 1729 8econd Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street Tbe Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.