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THE AI1GUS, SATUJHUr, 20, 181K3.
' Hammocks at the Columbia.
Nothing like it liudwoiscr.
It has no equal BinKveiser.
Telephone 1222 for Bmlweisor beer
Buv hammock now at the Colum
bia. ZijT Zora" at the Tower tomor
row. Try Thomas" new phosphates, all
Hammoc k 4e ami up at the Col
umbia. Nice vhieken at Hp- Him", this
Benefit ball at Roche's hall this
Free lum-h at the Star saloon this
lee oreaju soila. finest in theeit v. at
Imposing tableaux at the Tower
traw has opening at' Lloyd vV
Andrew Donablson. of Rural, wa
in the city to. lay.
Cheapest place to buy hammocks
is at the Columbia.
Call at Lloyil & Stewart's ami see
their line of straw hats.
Call at the Star saloon this evening
ami enjoy the free lunch.
For the bet sola drink of pure
fruit juice go to Thomas."
John le Board, of Hamlet. a a
Hock Island visitor today.
Be sure and attend the benefit ball
this evt-ning at Hoehc's hall.
Cars every seven and a half min
utes to the Tower tomorrow.
lV!ieiou soda from pure fruit
-vrup. :u! flavor, at Thomas."
suporvii.r Martin Sehoonmaker.
of Hoyiioids. was in the city today.
Kverybo.lv is in'.ted to attend the
benefit at Hoehe" hail this (- c;;-
Buduei-t: l-i'ir 'e'ixired to any
part of tlo city by Frank N. Horn.
Telephone i JJJ.
Lloyd OC ! wall li;le
Li p a nice line l It i 1 1 T si
Call and s. e them.
Are you feclir.u' i lanky and knock
ed out".' Monroe's tonic will c:uv yon.
Marshall iV Fisher.
The dedication of st . Marv 's new j
school building occurs at ' o'clock to
Capt. T. .1. lIoliiii-.ni i stili e.n
tined to hi home, the cliief ailment
now be in it erysipelas.
Are ymi wanting lace curtain?
We can save you money on these
Thomas has the largest oda foun
tain in the city. Try his new pho
phate soda all flavors.
Who d .e-? Why Frank N. Horn
sells Budwei-er beer by the ca-e and
de!lers it to your house.
Another large line of sideboards
and dining room table jti-t arrived
at Clemann cV sal.mann's.
All arc invited grand to the open
ing and free lunch at Colhim iV Co".
2Ji Firth axenue thi eening.
Where am I at?" If ii"t you
should be at Marshall A: Fisher's buy
ing a bottle of Monroe's tonic.
Capt. Robert Koehler and daugh
ter. Miss Valeca. left last 'night for
Los Angeles. Cai.. on an extended
A neat attractive line of rattan
good, ju-t the thing for these warm
lays, at Huckstaedf. Kay pay
ments. Will F. Hartman, who has been
confined to his bed for four weeks
with typhoid fever, is able to be
Tomorrow, Whitsun Day. the eon
grfgation of Trinity parish begin the
use of the revised pravrr book of the
Have you seen Lloyd A: Stewart's
line of light summer clot hing? Now
is the time to buy while their assort
ment is complete.
Rev. C. H. Mallariam. a natio of
Turkey, will le tureat Milan l'rosbv
terian'church on Monday eening on
his native country
Albert Amberg. of M.dine. sen
tenced to one year in the penitcn
tiarv. was taken to Juliet this morn
ing by Baili tT W. (iordnii.
This week we are showing the
largest line of tine extension tables
ever shown at one time in this city.
Cull and see them. Huckstaedt.
Everybody looking for carpets or
mattings should not forget Clemann
& Salzmann. they have the largest
stock and prices guaranteed the iow
est. Do you intend going to the World's
Fair?" If so do not go without the
Columbian novelty cane; it ha the
map and guide of the Fair attached.
Sold by Lloyd & Stewart.
C. A. Rose, accompanied by ('has.
G. Hoyt. who has been visiting here
several days, left yesterday for Beat
rice. Neb., the home of tjie latter.
where Mr. Rose will look after some
.VX. F. Petersoa & Co, the west end
shoe dealers, .have purchased the
Elm street sdioe store, forruerh' eon
ducted bv Shank & Morris. August
Peterson will conduct the Elm street
The Muscatine Journal of last even
ing was accompanied by a handsome
supplement showing a number of
views of tbe houses wrecked in that
city by the recent explosions, includ
ing portraits of the men whose lives
were jeopardized, all executed in ex
cellent style by the photo engravure
process. The supplement pictures
in a graphic manner the destruction
worked by the powder blasts.
Rev. C. H. Mallarian. a native of
Armenia, who is in this country pre
paring for mission work in his native
land. an unusually entertaining
speaker, a graduate of Whcaton col
lege, will speak in the First Metho
dist church tomorrow evening on
The Land of the Sultans." describ
ing the manners and customs of the
Turkish people. An imitation is ex
tended to all who can to hear him.
Yesterday morning several of the
residents down along Second avenue
in the vicinity of Eleventh and
Twelfth street found that on the
previou evening they had been
bothered with some one . pilfering
flower, etc. A step-ladder and
porch chair were also missed and the
facts were reported to Chief Sexton.
The latter detailed Otlieer Ryan on
the cao. who afterward reported
some matters to his chief which re
sulted in the latter going to a rei-
dence down on toiirtu avenue ami
finding the missing articles. The
woman wa- in trouble only a short
time ago and was not arrested this
time, a- the fad surrounding the
last occurrence -ecm to leave a doubt
in the chief's mind :i- to whether the
actions ;i;-e with a icw of per-oual
gaiv. or rather an af.Vct.oii ot k
mania. If the latter it i indi
R. tiraiiam. the --ci n" man whom
Chief Sexton picked up while work
ing the lb ck Island train on Thur--dav
mornitig. ha been fmly identi
fied bv Mr. Will ord. of Mn-cat inc. as
the man who tried t- work him.
(iraham wa- given dav in Daven
port on gi in ra! principle, while the
ma ter i being looked into further
Tlir iil;ire Ilnukin;; Kouut rtill.
R k 11. ash. May U. Khith; Au
la's. I noticed in your paper a few
dav aiT'1 a reference to the lack of
water at the drinking fountain in
Spencer ipiare. I hai' also been in
quired of by many people w hy we
have no water to drink. At the open
ing of the season I requested the
plumbers to turn on the water: for
some reao!i or other they have been
unable to give u water with ufli
cietit force, although they have made
repeated trial. Whether the pipe is
toped by scales or whether the
change in tin- Well at Mitchell A:
Lynde's block is the eaue I ilon't
know, but I do know the lack of wa
ter i regretted by hundreds of men,
wonu ii and children.
I think tin- city ought to pipe the
water to the fountain through lead
pipe, then there will not be any dan
ger of scales. The artesian water
.lues ei-m to affect iron pipe, but I
can as-ure the people 1 have done all
I could t gi t the water, and cunic-t-lv
hope that the water depart men t of
the city or some other good citizen
will come to our relief and give us
the water again.
William Ja kson.
The boats down were the Irene D
and Sam Atlee.
The Verne Swain made her regular
. The -,-tage of the water at noon was
12:70: the temperature 77.
The Verne Swain takes an excur
sion up the Hennepin canal tomor
row. The Inverness and Irene D each
came down with eight strings of
Capt Blair, of the steamer Silver
Crescent, is in possession of some
papers, w hich to him are particularly
valuable as relics and are interest
ing to anyone who cares for anti
quaries. They are bills of lading
found in the old Richey house, which
overlooks the river at Oqtiawka. and
which has recently been undergoing
repairs. One consignment is made
to the eteanier Ad vent ure and Keel
and is from St. Louis, the good be
hillcd to S. Phelps at O.juawka. the
date being Oct. 10.1:;.
i hnell Club Attention.
All members of the Schncll club
are requested to meet at the club
rooms tomorrow afternoon at 1 :;.
sharp to participate in the dedication
of St. MarvV school.
Bv Order of Committee.
The Weather Forecast.
For the next o(i hours, confined
fair weather, lightly colder, winds
'The only Pure Cream of Tartar Towder, No Ammonia; No Alum
Used in Millions of Hemes 40 5c ears tDe standard.
"Liability of Chicago Hotel Men.
Travelers may b interested in the
news to the effect that Theodore Bendit,
a New York drummer, has recovered a
judgment of $40 against the Palmer
House of Chicago for a coat and over
coat which were stolen from his room.
Mr. Bendit brought his suit as a test
case for the lienefit of commercial trav
elers who have to stay in Chicago.
It has been a well settled principle of
law in most of the states for along time
that hotel keepers were liable for the loss
or theft of a guest's wearing apparel,
provided the guest himself was not at
fault or guilty of negligence which led
to the loss or theft. Indeed, in New
York state tlxis principle has been so
broad that the legislature has seen fit to
restrict it, pn sumably on account of tho
heavy damages several times recovered
against hotel keepers prior to l.Si3.
Arotinit tlie tVor'il on a Wlieol.
Thursday morning Thomas I. Allen of
Ferguson. Mo., ami William L. Sachlet
ben of Alton, Ills., rolled into St. Louis on
their bicycles, having completed a tour
of the world in three years. Both young
men graduated from Washington tnii
versity in is. in and undertook the trip to
China to improve their education. In
their b ur tlie cyclers crossed the Chinese
empire from east to west, a distance of
3,Ch miles, and are the only white men
who have accomplished this feat since
Marco Polo in the thirteenth centurv.
W. C C. Attention.
The members of St. Joseph's branch
of the W. C. l are requested to meet
at their hall at -J o'clock tomorrow
afternoon to take part in the dedica-
torv services ol liie iiermaii-r.niriisii
C. J. LvKKis. Pres.
Tin: WAY SHE LOOKS
troubles tht? woman who
i.. ill iit.aie. run-down, or
;- :i .vorkcil. She's bet
In ,- - cheekoil. iaif - eyed.
t :.::i. :jkI pale, a:iU it
Ie'v. the way to look
v.t-'A to ' v.cl!. -Vn.l
v.v.y to lie Willi, if
. iv itny Mica w man,
! . )".ii:!'.:uiiy iu-o Dr.
, "s i'av. ii I're
,...). Tliat is tho
i,-i:i.. rrl to bliil.l lip
. ..i,.'- -:r. !i -'li f.nd to
".T v. n:n.m" .;:ii'i'.iit.s.
v; , l,r.!it." irri jul.iritv,
c m i v exhaa-tiHl condi
s.siem if it over fails
von Lavo your money
THE - tJl'lCK MEAL" is the only
novp h.iv:c a la k th.it cnunnt bi'Iat ni ir
for C liniT. unless tlie burners are l isoa.
THE -(JUK'K MEAL" is the only
ftove having ;ri indicator to show ubi-nil.e
burners arc miet orciosc.l.
THE --QUICK: MEAL" is the only
tove' i.'ixlnsr g'uss tulic to show the ilrip
ina of ua-o'ine when liie' st vc i in ue-.
THE - QUICK MEAL " is the only
stove tinvin i burncm ttat canr.ot be opened
farther than nece?siry.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
rtove hiivir all pans made cf material
which canco'. rr.st .
1615 and 1617 Secoi d Avftue.
In every " le'n.il
or Wi'k!iess. an l
tion of tin- I'eiaa:
to l'tiiviit or c;:;
back. There i' o::Tv
tarrh worthv the
meuicine for Ca-
liame. i'c.-ins are
Ir. Sage'3 :
If wc can't
S500 ia ciisii '
only the proprietors of
..: ri: licinedy s;iy tins:
xrc ycj, we'll j ay you
Burtis Opera House,
MONDAY, MAY 22-
The musical event'of the eaoii--the
In n i ri' ire of L-rar.il and eonrc opt ra-. Com
plete i.rehtMia. Siileciinl ihoniM s.
t ii.il 7 rk i s. Comata'Jon booJ,!' of 12 i kets
rt for bi sr -eats sale opens Wedne-jav morn-iiiL-,
May 17, at Fluke V. Telephone No. -M.
1 the best skin lotion in nse. It contains no
mineral or oil v nibstauce?. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, Dittoe Block. T)vcnpB-t. corner
Third and Brady.
64 pane Medical treatise cotitaiclr mneh infor
mation and many valuable receipts free npon application.
BOW LB Y
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & .Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
AAj THIS WEEK.
Otir- Cage, 1.C00 yards, Bil4
sias. wcrtli up to 20 centt3 a
yard, for itis sale
Fine poods juet from til'
mills. Bay wbat you will
need this summer now, one
to five 3'artie in each piece
This is vt nr .. r , i
i . i
mese iuii c Ij-nj..
Sptcial c if-i i . - ?. ;
week. Mu-.juitu- sl,
;a i . a.... .
niutiuvrs lii:it n-i n .,i,
" .- v. .
pay $1 to- at
T -. 1 . n Vi.. . :
JJ'JU li. ai i ucie piir- aajjj
tyC UUJy GC.-ti J,a;r j,.
mis ioi, tans, slat ,.;,
Prices Lower than ever.
Sweeping Reduction, such as we make in prices
ot lust class "oods heretoiore unknown:
av. Tiii-si!.iv. Wi il.'.i - ia;
"trip sn;iinnr (r-i-i-
Fn m il -trip in i i-ru ;i'
rri-mli strip in .ltihv :'"
I'ur-el w aists l.y ..i Iht t'r
All tho aliovt- are- tlso i-i li-l.rali-il
II. - J. e-.r-rts niainifaeturt'il at
Jarkstm. Mich., ami we guaran
tee that there is lin lietter enr
et in the market for the monev.
Lailies- .I. i
La-lies" .It l
I.a li. s- Jr-r
I.a.ii. s- l.la.
Men's In :iv
v 1 j t
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V IJi ii-kf.
lii jo'nlut hi Men's Over ami I'mler Shirt at less than w i
F G YOUNG, Proprietor.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
nd lmportid cicars. All brand of tobacco.
The tcorc of all the ball games wiU be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic ai DispensiDg Pbarmacist
Is tow located ia bis new builJine at the corner of Fifth avtuuj
and Twenty-third street.
J. IML CHRISTY,
KlIOflCTOeEB GF CBltKEES 113 tin
Ask Yotir Grocer for Them.
1 r,. T B I
The Christy "Outib" and Ctr i y "T.rn.
AND PERFECTION OF FIT-
ganoB -oi s
That's what vou get when you buy your Spring outfit at the
- Qy vitif mI
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 Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street The Old Stand.
siioe Store 1804 Second Avenne, Second door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware stnre.