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THE -AJJGUS, WEDNESDAY, .AIAY 17, 18S:J.
"Our Iri.h NeighWs."
Strawberries at Hess Bros".
Bicycles of all kinds at McIIugh's.
Straw hats, we've got them, the
Iost A " hill- Finder return to
An elegant Story & Clark organ $75
See "Our Irish Neighbors" tonight
at the theatre.
-Our Irish Neighbors" at Harper's
Nine stop Western cottage organ
foO at Bowlby's.
Seeonl hanl ianos from .V to
All kimls of green vegetables ami
fruit at Hess Bios'.
I-ook at our men's pants at 00
-c-nts. The London.
A line new Mason and Hamlin or
. can $. ot Bowlby's.
Bicycles, bicycles! All the best
makes at McIIugh's.
See our 2 long pant suits, worth
double. The London.
Nine stop Whitney and Holmes
wgan $5i" at Bowlby's.
We are selling lots of S.91 suits
worth $15. the London.
Hamilton Perry left last night for
Omaha on a short visit.
Murrry and Mack in --Our Irish
Neighbor?." this evening.
Wall paper cleaned by J. 1.
Mean's. 1215. Third avenue.
See the men's suits M. & K. are
x-UiiiiT at 5. .?i and 7.5t.
jce the boys' long pants suits at
fc?.Vi. !?:?.'.,' to $5 at the M. K.
See the warranted not to rip men's
jvnts M. vV K. are selling at c.
See the handsome black all wonl
vlress suit - M. A: K. are selling at lt'.
Catcher's mitten ani glove given
awav with children's suits, the Lou.
Buv your bb-vcle- i: Charles Mc
Ilugli. ' He has' tin- best line in the
Spinach, lettuce, unions, radishes,
incumber- and green bran- at Hess
Murray and Mack pre-ent -Our
Irish Ncighlirs" at Harper's theatre
New stock of Kinerson. new scale
Kimball aid Hallet vV: lavi- pianos
Catcher's mitten and glove given
awav with children's suits. : tip.
Mellugh has all the In t makes of
riicvcles aiol will sell them on the in
II. r. Owens, of Austin. Te.. is in
theeitvona visit of several weeks
to friends here.
More new goods to show you than
.til tjie clothing hoii-es in Bock Isl
and, the London.
See the nobby new styles in straw
bats, neckwear and underwear at the
new M. & K. store.
Are von feelitiLC cranky and knock
ed out? Monroe's tonic will cure von.
Marshall - I'isher.
We are u"i i n IT away with t h i ldren's
suits ba-e ball catcher's mitten and
i.'love." The Lomlon.
Where am 1 at?" If not you
should be nt Marshall A: Fisher's buy
ing: a bottle of Monroe's tonic.
Grand opening lunch Saturday
evening, at B. Seelmrger's saloon.
Tenth street and Third avenue.
This weather is receiving a great
profusion of compliments, and the
fanlt-finder is silenced on the topic
Another stray child was recovered
1V the police in the lower end of
town this morning, and returned to
The rinest line of fancy baskets in
the city will be on sale regardless of
cost for the rest of the week, at tin
If von are going to buy a bicycle
this year, now is the time to get one.
Call on McIIngh ami get one of the
best wheels made.
Only a few more lamps left at the
Kastern Fair. l)o not l'ail to take
advantage of the big reductions 'for
the rest of the week.
For some unknown reason the
drinking fountain in Spencer square
fails to operate successfully this sea
son. Commissioner Jackson should
Investigate as to the cause.
Miss Maurine Basmussen enter
tained a number of her little friends
pleasantly at the Watch Tower yes
terday afternoon on the occasion of
icr 10th birthday anniversary.
Always buv your dishes at the
Eastern Fair. We keep nothing but
the best ware; also a large lino of
1 cutlery at lowest prices. Theo Free,
proprietor, 2109 Fourth avenue.
The Hobby club held its meeting
at Black Hawk Tower yesterday and
another pleasant afternoon and even
ing was spent. A supper was
served in tho evening, after which
there was dancing.
The repertoire for the Andrews
Opera company at the Burtis opera
houis-e at Dave'nport next week will
include Maritona," Monday night;
Falka." Tuesday night; Bohemian
Girl," Wednesday night, and "Fra
Diavolo" Thursday night.
.J alms & Bertelsen, the plumbing
tirm, also signed the new scale of the
plumbers ami have since been pay
ing the regular wages, being the only
lirm that has so done. There is now
a prospect that the trouble will be
settled within a day or two.
Tho lit. liev. K. II. G. Von Scheele,
Swedish Lutheran bishop, has ar
rived in New York on his uisit to the
principal cities of this country, and
particularly to at ten. 1 the :?)0lh an
niversary of the Swedish reformation
to be held at Kock Island. Chicago
J. O. Priest, of Winchester. III., is
being shown the city today by E. II.
Bowman. Jr. Mr. Priest is a prominent-attorney
of his county, at pres
ent holding the office of city attorney
of Winchester. but is thinking serious
ly of locating in Hock Island. We
will be glad to welcome him.
The Oltmanease that lis been oc
cupying the attention of the circuit
court for several days past, will
probably be finished this evening.
The evidence being all in. the argu
ments were opened this morning by
E. W. Hurst, followed by E. 1).
Sweeney and W. II. Gcst, William
Jackson making the closing speech.
Mrs. William Hoffman, president
of the Women's Auxiliary of the
diocese of Quiney, accompanied by
Mesdamcs Adams, Curtis and Dona
hue, as delegates, left today for
Peoria to attend t he diocesan conven
tion, liev. 15. F. Sweet and Messrs.
Ben Hall and George Bennett and lr.
G. II. Hollow bush are also at Peoria.
Tho remains of Willie New-coin b.
aired 1". w ho was killed in the C. B.
.V J. wreck at Lnn Sunday, were
shipped to Bock l-land this morning
and taken in charge by Undertaker
Whcclan. l rank Newcoiub. uncle of
the bov. havinir charge of the arrangement-.
Tin- unfortunate lad's
parents are expected here this after
noon from IVcatur.
George and Hamilton Perry re
ceived the distressing intelligence
yesterday that their '.-year-old neph
ew. Sidney Hoot, of Omaha, had been
attacked by two vicious bull dogs
while on his way home from school
last Friday, and so badly bitten that
he cannot recover. The unfortunate
bov's ilesh was terribly lacerated.
The friends of the family hero will
sympathize with them in their aftlic
-in- ::iwiit ' ...
The buttons oa c.-; .-. V.. :.re j ' '.-.
on the right si-so i ; . -1 :' She
hair in boys to The 1 1: , v . .; m.s;
lnampnlatioa 1-y the r: : .
frrs-ft pliiloso-.'ier Ncv.-;--. r - ;
nt first he Coiif.r. -d i is . ;
scrv;ttions to his i i,: t I ::; r
Var-1 he i:i;.i:iig d to tr..in hi: ' I-':.
there sire persons v.-ho i
owing to the unequal
cyi s. Mraiuv to s;'.y. t
the i -lace of hi-lior 'o '.:
At Kunyenyc, in All-;. -a. Cs:
lates being illtrodlli i d to lilt
htHJlt'tive to the tl'.rolle. t:"-
whose lift hssnd h;l lwell ji!!i-v.-.i to
grow to s;a cnonnons letiglh .-i i f
high rank, proving th.it he v:is i;vi r re
quired to ierform msuiuiil labor, s.nd
also providing him with the mesuis f.f
tearing the meat which formed Lis usual
diet. Chumlers' Journal.
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h: it- i :v
"ew York Oculists ll-ccie Ijrce I't-cs.
Oculists in New York perform the
most delicate siargical operations. There
are two or three in the city whoso in
comes from their profession range above
$200,000 a year and who treat thousands
of patients every year. Thcj- conduct
their work with tho most absolute dis
regard of the worldly position of their
patients. From many of their patients
they receive no fee for their services.
Should any man in this profession refuse
advice on the ground that a patient was
unable to pay si fee, ho y-onld be rained
if the fact were to become known. Cor.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
II) punt i-m In a Nov Light.
Hypnotism is apparently a distinct
Portland fad. A nervous young lady in
that city, who was to read a j wiper before
a literary society, got a di ctor to hypno
tize her so that sshe shouldn't lK-come rat
tled, and the result was perfect corninis
ure during the ordeal. The literary es
say quite, often succeeds in hypnotizing
tho audience into a deliciously devital
ized condition, but the idea r putting
the reader to sleep is brand new. Ban
The Waiter's Mistake.
He had made a hearty meal at a res
taurant, and getting up he said to the
waiter, "I declare if I haven't forgotten
my purse!" The waiter fired up and
hurled big words at him for fully three
the stranger continued,
! "But I have a 3 note here in my waist
' coat pocket!"' The waiter could not smile
' to save his life. London Tit-Bits.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Towder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-used in Millions of Hcires 41 leartbe titairdara.
to tho dealer who is bent
on bi,tap?r profits. The
thins that he wants you to
buy, when you ask for Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion, tsn t just as good."
Proof of this is easy. The
only guaranteed remedy
1 for "tho ailments of woman
hood is tho Favorite Pre
scription." If it ever fails
to benefit or cure. In mak
ing woak women strong
or suffering women well,
you have your money
Anything "just ns pood," or ns sure to
bring help, could be, and would bo, sold in
just that way.
This punranteed niedicino is an invigora
ting, restorative tonic, especially adapted to
woman's nc ils ami perfectly harmless in any
condition of her system.
It builds up. strengthens, reguhites, and
For pcri'xhcr.l pains, l-earing-down sensa
tions, ulecrati'ii, inflammation everything
that's known as .1 female complaint," it's a
remedy that's safe, certain, and proved.
KE YOU IX NEED?
Want a cook
Want board pr
Want a partner
Want a fitua'lon
Want to rent room?
'Want a fervent Rul
Want to cll a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchange amtbinpr -Want
te fell household jromlo
Want to make any real estate loan
War.t to sell or trade for anything
Want to find cusiomore for anything
USE THKsE COLUMNS.
rHK DAILY A KG US DELIVERED AT YOUR
door ever evening for ltc per week.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOCNti MAR
lied mm Address O. S. J., care Anrus
MAN WANTED; SALARY AND EXPENSES.
Perm-incut pi ice: whole t part time. Ap
ply at once, l'-rown Kros Co., Nurserymen,
WANTED - GLAZIERS : MIOT' WORK;
i-teaiiy employment f-r rapid workers.
The Morean To, WeVt TweMy-eecondand Union
Hreeis, Chicago. I"-
YV A N T K D SUC ESS F I L CANVASSER.
V Vualiiled to hamMa penerl at'er.cy. Milaty
from t.rt. 1W t ri fereiue required. ;ire
aire. L-ite Ontario Nur-t-rie, UocLiHi-r, N. Y".
At;ENTS WAN 1 ::!.-' ;ENTs TO TAKE PK-ik-rs
In eery town uud city; commission or
liher.il f:i!arv ' snccci-.-l'jl wiiictor; te!.llv
work. Si-id n-fereiic-s and ii'inrc territory
promptly. Kllwani:cr& lli.rry, X.i. Hope iiim-ir-ie,
Ko htt.r, N. .
arper s Theatre,
J E. Montrose, Manager.
ONE XUillT OM.V.
Wednesday Eve., May 17th,
Special i nLMfrt mcnt of the well known and
Popular Irish comedian-
-Murray and Mack-
-in tlu ir latest success-
Our Irish iiglors,
Supported by -i company of Comedian. inn
cm, Dancers ami America s tirca'csi
See the Mitchell and Corlu tt cot test and the
? i.le Fplitiiii; llnrle-ii:e Cirrus. Don t mis this
funny ni. lit. Under the sole mptrwsion of Mur
rav and Vack
PrieeH (l.tli. T5. 50 an ! -." e. : si i lire seat
in advance .
urtis Opera House,
MQHGAY, MAY 22-
The musical event of tho season the
40 People 40.
In repertoire of errand and comic operas. Com
plete orchestia. Splendid choruses.
Usual prices. Comutatlon books of 13 lekcts
(i for best seats. Sale opens Wednesday morn
ing. May 17, at Flnke. Telephone No. ).
ALSO QUICK MEAL
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
ALL TII S WEEK.
One Case, 1,000 yards, eile
eias, worth up to 20 centa a
yard, for ibis eale
Fine goods just from the
luills. 13u3' what you will
need this summer now, one
to live 3 arcs in each piece
1 it kities,
Kibb .iis t...
This is ymr h-,i., to
these thii-e-s: h-a-, '
Kid Gii ves.
isn. fill . f . : .
kid gloves thru xou u;: I
jay t ior ;it
Look at that tiii :
this lot, tans. slais.,-La(;:
ly tans. " :'
Prices Lower than ever.
Sweeping Reduction, such as we make in pric
of lit st class goods heretofore unknown:
Onlv MkihIuv. 'l'ut'sl.i v. Vci!iii'-i!:t .
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l'reiii-Ii trii in --ru .
l-'rciteh .striii in irrav
(.'or.-t-t :iits (xilil hy iitluTS fur
All tin- :il)v' are tlic ct-U-lirati'.)
11. oi J. corsets niaimfae-t ureil at
.laeksoii. Mieh.. and we i;naran-tei-
that there is no Jx'tter cor
set in the market for the moncv.
tcr 1 1 tia '. i l
. . . .
Hi" iohlot of Men's Over and Under Shirts at Ie- tiia-i :
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnest brands of domestic
and imported ciiiars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop..
1S0S Second Avenue.
F G YOUNG, Proprietor.
17'JS Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKR1TZ,
Analytic anfl DispDsii FharinaGist
Is tow located in his new building nt the corner of Fifth tivtuuc
SDd Twenty-third street.
VilOFJlCTIIBEB OF CEiKEES i iZi
Aek Tonr Orwer for Them.
The Christy tsteh" a:..', t '!.r r y
Ki it K
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 Stock.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island CounO-
Clothing Store 1729 8econd Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street Tbe Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Second Avenue, Stcond door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.