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THE AEGUS. MONDAY, MAY 15,
Glassware at the Fair.
Fred Lloyd is in Chicago.
White granite saje at the Fair.
Wash goods sale at McCabc Bros
Kingsbury for pictures and frames
Goods at and below cost at the
Strawberries and bananas at Hess
Remnant sale at Mclntire Bros
Buv your underwear now at the
Call and see Dolly Bros 2 shoe
It's a world beater.
Big job men's over and undershirts
very low at the Columbia.
A nice line of fresh vegetables al
ways on hand at Hess Bros .
Uead the display advertisement of
goods cut in half at the Fair.
Wanted At .Krell & Math's, :
young man. lt to is years old.
Corsets ifoini; at 37 cents for the
next three days at the Columbia.
Ladies' vests only 4 cents for the
next three days at the Columbia.
William MeKnirv starts for Wash
ington tonight on legal business.
Be on hand promptly at 'J o'clock
auesday morning at JlcCaoe tiros .
K. Crampton & Co.'s line of room
jnouMing is complete amllowpnceu
Wanted A good cook. Apply at
Mrs. Morris l.osentielil s. tenth
Our loss, your gain. Read what
McCabe Bros", advertisement savs
A nice pole given with all shades
oUl at oU cents anil over at K.C ramp
ton iV Co.".
A gala week in McCabe Bros
ash ufood- department. Read ad
Are you feeling cranky and knock
ed out? Monroe";, tonic will cure you.
Marhall .V Fisher.
The Kl m strict cars now run
through t .i Thirty-eighth street on
Tenth avenue again.
Your attention i-. called to the Col
umbia advertisement ior bargain.- for
the next three day-. '
J. C. Adam- thi- morning -obi to
John Tremann his Klin -treet re-i-deiice
property for s.,Vm.
Where am 1 at?" If not you
-hould be at Mar-hall A: l"i-lier".-buy-wig
a bottle of Monroe's tonic.
Judge Glenn reconvened the cir
cuit court at -.'o'clock this afternoon,
the Ohmann ca-e Ieing taken up.
Dr. and Mrs. A. II. McCaiidli-s and
Chas. Mixter and wife left this morn
ing for Chicago to vi-it the World's
The employe- of t he Rock I-lalld
Buggy company give a benefit ball
at Turner hall Friday evening of this
Cheap lot- for sale in South Rock
Island, on easy payments, "taxes low,
location healthy. Impure of M. M.
Dr. Sala's oflicc and resilience
moved to No. K'.l;?. Second avenue,
one door we-t of David Don"- in Bai
Mrs. Arthur Heartley and son. of
Chicago, who have been vi.-iting Mr.
and Mrs. K. Croinptoii. returns
home this week.
Capt. T. J. Robinson ha- been in
disposed the pa-t couple of days at
his home on Twentieth street, but is
somewhat improved today.
Edwards & Walsh are up as far as
Sixth street with the paving of
Fourth avenue, and climbing along
at the rate of three blocks a week.
Mrs. Corker, of Glenn's Ferry,
Idaho, accompanied by her sister,
Miss Clara Whitman, whom she has
been visiting, left today for Chicago.
Don't throw away that old picture,
but take it to R. Crampton & Co., and
have a new frame put on it, as fram
ing pictures is one of their special
ties. The Young People's union of the
Central Presbyterian church will
have a hidden tlower sociable at the
home of Miss Belle Folsom Friday
69 cents a pair Mclntire Bros,
give the ladies a kid glove benefit this
week 300 pairs of mousquetaire
suedes in colors will be sold at GD
cents you have paid if 1 for no bet
ter. J. W. Welch will leave this even
ing for his old home at llonesdale,
Pa., where he will visit his parents,
whom he has not seen for several
years. He will lie away about three
Mrs. George E. Reed returned from
Dixon this morning accompanied bv
her mother. Mrs. C. Sherman. Mrs.
Reed has determined to break up
housekeeping here and remove to
A full line of bar glassware, crock
ery, china, tinware, etc., which are
being sold at the lowest prices. We
keep nothing but first class goods.
and sell as cheap as' the cheapest
There will be a strawberry and ice
cream social at the Christian" church
tomorrow evening. An excellent
programme has been provided. Ex
ercises begin at o'clock sharp. Ad
Tuesday morning, 9 to 11 o'clock;
Wednesday morning, 9 to 11 o'clock;
Thursday, all day, will long be re
membered for the specials which can
be had at McCabe Bros", then. Read
Chief Brahm, of the lire depart
ment, today appointed Peter Curnyn
to the vacancy in the department
with the consent of the fire and light
committee, and the new fireman went
on duty at once.
M. M. Briggs has put two squirrels
in court house square that have a
pleasant time among the big trees.
They attract a good deal of attention,
being quite tame, and add consider
able life to the place.
The lirst payment on the Fourth
avenue paving assessment was made
bv Charles Kngel this morning, to
Collector L. M. Buford, the amount
being $230. Maj. Buford hopes that
others will follow Mr. Engel's exam
ple. Don't you know that R. Crampton
& Co. are the oldest dealers in wall
paper in Rock Island, and carry a line
of goods that will match your ear
pets and furniture and make them
look bright and new? R. Crampton
II. Schroeder is moving into his
new butcher shop at 311 Twentieth
treet to. lav, ana tomorrow morning
will own amid new surroundings.
He has equipped his future place of
business with the most modern ap
A 3-vcar-old tot straved awav
from her home, on Third avenue, be
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues, this
morning, and was picked up on Fif
teenth -treet and Third by Ollicer
Dumbald. and returned to the fren
Llovd i: Stewart have purclia-cd of
I-aac Monk the handsame fairy ca
rousel which was at the Watch tower
la-t season. The new purcha-crs
have not vet fullv determined what
li.-position thev will make of their
new proper! v.
Mclntire Bros, oiler a rare chance
buy dres- lining- cheap this week
l.oiio yards of Sili-ias, short ends
from the mill-, worth up to 20 cents
vard. wul l-e -old at JO cents a Yard.
length- one to live yards, colors,
-late-, tan-, tancies. etc.
Currier's European hotel, Chicago,
(tornierly the St. Charles) has loO
newly titted rooms. Central loca
tion. No advance during the fair.
It will pay to engage in advance. l
per day. Currier V Judd. proprie
tors. 15 and 17 South Clark street,
Ex-Circuit Clerk E. II. Bowman has
accepted a position a- manager ol
Koester & Martin's real estate office
intliiscitv. Mr. Bowman is an ex-i
client and experienced business man
ind the A msrs extend its congrat
ulations to the firm si-curing his
The committee mi subscriptions in
oniieition with the project looking
to the location of the Noxall factory
here, has received formal notification
from Isaac Nescm Sc Co. that the of
fer made by Rock Island is declined,
and not with any particular expres
sion of general gratitude either.
Saturday evening a woman at
tracted attention on lower First
avenue bv going down to the river
ith a small parcel in her arms,
which she was seen to throw into
the river, and then to return up
town. The police were notified of
the circumstance and of the possibil
ity that the case might involve a rep
etition of the Mabel La (Jrange act,
and went down and looked over the
premises, but so far "nothing of the
sensational order has been developed.
1 vni !liu; I i vil-lit'e.
'Mary Jane." k:u i the Dakota f. -inner
to his sponse. "it s-ems lil: fiyin in the
face of Providence to name the lxy
Elijah. It sounds too in.-.ch like the old
feller in the Bible that was carried away
by a cyclone. I ilon"t think it's a proper
name at all fer this country." Indianap
In some of the departments at Wash
ington there are so many clerks that the
useless ones stand m the way of those
who arc disposed to work. The working
clerks are a splendid force of experienced
and capable raen. but the Tite Barnacles
are found everywhere. Pittsburg Post.
It is a common tiling for actors and
actresses on the road to send money or
ders to themselves at coming places on
their route lists, which is often the only
care for the future many of them will
Catullus Luctatins killed himself in a
peculiarly painful manner by swallow
ing coals of fire and supplementing them
with a piece of redhot iron.
, i The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
Used in Millions of Homes 4") leainjthe Standard.-
A WILD SHOT.
A Moline Woman Attempts Her Hdi
. band's Life.
Moline is in the throes of another
sensational episode that has been
food for the scandal mongers for
some days. It seems that P. G.
Ruth, foreman on the Moline Dis
patch, has received anonymous let
ters for some time stating that his
wife was unduly intimate with Frank
Burns, a well known man there
He has rather ignored the stories un
til Saturday night, he met her
in the company of Burns on the
street. He immediately went home
and locked the doors, and when his
better-half reached there shortly af
ter, she found herself locked out.
She then went and procured a police
man and with his assistance she tin
ally prevailed upon her lord and mas
ter to allow her to go in.
Shot at Her 1'uslminl.
All then was quiet for a time, but
later Thev got mixed up in a go-as
you-please wrestle, with the result
that Mrs. Ruth drew a revolver and
urea ar ner misnanu. this nait a
quieting effect on both parties, and
atter talking the matter over they
agreed to disagree, so yesterday
morning they divided the 'furniture
and were about to part forever when
the fuss broke out afresh and Chief
of Police Kittlesen being called in
took hold of Mrs. Ruth, when the re
volver was again discharged, though
the chief thinks it was by accident.
The boisterous lady was locked up
and will have a hearing later. All
kinds of stories are Hying about Mo
line today, one to the effect that the
revolver belonged to Burns.
It is reported that Melbourne is over
lowed with men who want work but
Ire unable to secure it.
YOU CAX SEE IT,
eriinrs.nnc of Dr.
Pellets but you
can't feel it r.t'ter
it"s taken. And
vet it i:oes you
k"" -i!iore good than
lyiinv of the huge.
pills, with their
Zr,&r riininr anil vio
lence. Those tiny
Pellets, th& smalle-T and easiest to take,
bring you help that lastx. Constipation,
Indigestion. Binns Attacks, Sick or
Bilious Headaches, and all derange
ments of liver, stomach, and bowels,
are permanently cured.
I vv i
-ALSO QUICK MEAL
A squakk offer of $."00 cash
is made by the proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kerned-,
for any -case of. Catarrh, no
matter how bad or of how
long standing, which they can
KE YOU IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a puliation
Want to icut rooms
"Want a si-rvait
Waul to fell a farm
Want io full a liour-e
Want to rxcMnnLro amthicfr
Want te oell hoi:st hoiil pooi:s
Want to mnkc any real estate lonn
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
US IS THESE COLUMNS.
rHR DAILY AKGl'S DELIVERED AT YOUR
door ever evening for 13V4c per week.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNU WAR
lied mm. Address C. S. J., care Arjjus.
ANTED A (iOOD SECOND CIRI.. APPLY"
at J. II. Wilson's residence, 2t-20 Fifih avc-
WANTED SUCCESSFUL CANVASSER.
(Jnalilied to handla general airency. Salary
from start. Beat references required. Oie
age. Lake Ontario Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y".
AGENTS WANTED A CENTS TO TAKE OR
ders In every town and city : commission or
liberal palary to sacccssfal eolic'tora; steady
work. Send references and seenre territory
promptly. Ellwanper Jt Barry, Mt. Hope nurser
ies, Rochester, N. V .
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
ALL THIS WKEe.
One Case, 1,000 yards,
eias. wcrth up to 20 cents a
yard, for ibis sale
Fine goods just from the
iiiilla. Bay what you will
need this summer now, oLe
to five yards in each piece
' ii kings,
HibW. .. .. s
TlllS ls5 V, n i- i
t),o .1.:. 10 P
Special .nVs; .
pay $1 iu- at
Ijnitfc- nt tti .t ... .
... ('111. ar,:.
ii:i .i C'.-Ji t
this lot, tans. sh'.It''1
Prices Lower than ever.
Sweeping Reduction, such as we make h rr:
ui insi ciass goous nereioiore unknown :
Corsets. Ail Week.
Onlv Mouilav. TiU'sdav. WYilnrs.lav. 1
I-'rvm-li strip suiiimrr corsrts
:it :57f !
1'rciu h strip in ecni ."57c j
Frt.-iK'li strip in ixrav 37'
Corset waists (soM I y others for
1. '.) " :?o
All the above are the eelcbrateil
II. & J. corsets manufactured at
Jackson. Mich., anil wo guaran
tee that there is no bettor cor
set in the market for the nionev.
uan; v .
Ilea V V
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tneet hmnds of domestic
and imported ciizars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenge.
Hijr jo'olot of Men's Over an! Uniler Shirts at le-s
P G YOUNG, Proprietor.
172S Second .lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmaev.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
'Analytic aafl DispensiDa Pharmacis
Is row located in his tew buildine at the corner of F.f'.h avcr
and Twentythird street.
J. M CHRISTY,
unoricTDflEB or mm ji: q
Aft Your Grocer for Thf tn.
The Chrifty "Otstib" ar.o Ctrry'1
lepce of Style
AND PERFECTION OF FIT--
That's what you get when yop buy your Spring outfit at the
No such lines of Novelties wereever shown in Rock Island.
our stock of Nobby styles in Boys and Children's Noveltie
has no comparison in this yicinityi(
Everything New. No Old Stock.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
Largest Clothing land Shoe stores in Rock Island Count
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116 lo 122 Eighteenth Street Tte Old Stand.
Shoe Store 18C4 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.