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THE A JIG US, i MONDAYS MAY 22, 181K5.
Market siiusrc to-
concort. Markot square to-
Hammocks at the Columbia.
Xotii-o Lonsley's now ail, lifth page.
Buy a l.',nimook now at the Colum
Home grown vegetables at Hess
Haminovks l- cents ami up at the
A full line of freh verctalKs at
Wanted A lirst class tailor at
Free concert tonight.
S jiiare at 7:3".
J. A. lireen. of Stone city
visiting in t lie city.
The cheapest place to buy a ham
mock is at the C olumma.
For rent --Three iinf iirnisheil room
on scconil lloor. . Address A., this
Something for nothing. See Me
CaK' lro". spi-i'ial coupon olTei ing in
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Spencer left
this morning for Chicago to attciul
the great fair.
Are you feeling cranky and knock
ed out? Monroe's tonic will cure you.
Marshall A: Fisher.
Overstock in the cloak department
at McCal'e Bros', .-laughtercd in four
days at McCabe Bio?..
The silver Crescent leaves Bock
Inland on Mondays. Wednesday and
Fridays for Burlington.
Mis I.ucv furnvti. of Colorado
Spring's. i home on an extended vis
it to relative and friend-.
A forced ale of ladies' jacket:
ys for ": for ": ?!. for at
IcCal'e Bro"." t'T four days.
The ;!o i- st ore of (ieorge Bennett
will le closed until noon tomorrow .
owing t.i iii atii in the family.
-Win r- :n:i 1 at':" It' not you
should Ik- at Marshal! Fisher's Imy
iiiiT a bottle ot Monroe's tonic
F. V. herldan. formerly of this
city, now loeated at Burlington, is
in the city 1 'king alter l:i-iiM--- af
fairs. The gfeate-t jacket s.lle o;i have
ever attended will take place the iifst
four i'.:vs of ihi- week at Mct'a'oc
Tonight, the Bogardus F.leetric entertainer-,
tiood singing. line
music. 1 : : i ; t 1 y comedian-. Market
s.juarc at Ml i. j
Dr. Bradford ha- changed hisesi
dence from "1" Twenty-third street,
to the A. M. Blakcslcy re-idence. ,)t-
A forced sale of ladies" blazers and
jacket: :M for 1.0l: :-.l for
l.i4: :.7" for 1.:1: 1 for sl.'.U
until Tliur-dav at r1 o'clock at Mc
The M iline corps of the Salvation
Army will j'dn in the services of the
Bock 1-Iand corp.- this evening, a
mas- meeting being held on Market
-ipiare at 7 : 1
Tvol'ing Von de SehatT ami Miss
F.mnia l'o! ken-t i na. of Si.uih Buck
Island. v. re united in t he holy boml
of matrimony by Justice Harold A.
Weld at hi- olViee on Saturday even
ing. A nine from the Stove -hop foitn
drv and another from the Blow shop
foundry played a game of ball for
the championship banner yesterday
morning, which resulted in a defeat
for the latter by a score of 10 to 1.
A crew of four switchmen, of the
Hock Island, were discharged Satur
day on orders from headquarters,
charging them with drinking while
on duty. The fact that one of the
four men novt-r touches drink may
lead to trouble unless a reinstate
ment is made.
The Children's Aid society of Chi
cago offers for adopt ion in respecta
ble families a few dependent children
of different ages: also a number of
bright healthy babies. Country
homes preferred. Apply at the otlicc
of thf Children's Aid society, room
"AK No. li7 Dearborn street. Chicago.
Comnunci tig Friday. May in. the
Diamond Jo line will have a steamer
leaving St. Louis every Tuesdav and
Friday, at 4 j. m.. for St. Paul, the
boat leaving l.ock Island at 11 p. m.
on Sundays and Thursdays. Bouts
going south will leave Bock Island
at lo a. m. on Wednesdays and Sat
urdays. The Tri -City city electric springier
made its initial trip over the lines
this morning. It is nicely painted
and lettered, and does its work well,
throwing water clear to the curb.
Henry Dot lefts, for a long time a
motorman on the railway lines, has
resigned his position to take charge
of the new sprinkler.
The Pittsburg, the flagship of the
Diamond Jo line, will leave Dubuque
next Monday. She is painted and
fitted handsomer than any boat that
has been seen on the upper river be
fore, being provided with bath tubs
for every stateroom, electric lighting
throughout; in fact, is a model pas
senger packet in all respects.
Last Saturday was, despite the
stringency in money matters, one of
the best days for trade for the mer
chants throughout the city that has
been seen for a good many weeks.
Without an exception they agree that
trade was good in every line. Satur
day evening the streets presented the
animated appearance of a metropolis.
A rivalry exists between the divi
sions of the Davenport & Bock Island
railway company on the two sides of
the river as to the income each is ca
pable of making. Yesterday there
were unusual attractions on both
sides, and the day was taken as a
test, and the outcome was a winner
for the Bock Island side by a large
Frank H. MotTatt, of St. Louis, and
Miss Mary Irwin, of Denver. Col.,
were united in marriage by Kev. C.
K. Taylor, of the First Baptist church,
in the parlors of the Bock Island
house on Saturday evening. The
bride formerly resided at Hillsdale
and has many friends in this icinit y
who will wish the couple prosperity
and happiness through life. They
left vesterdav for St. Louis.
The I.anl of tilt- Turks.
Bov. C. H. Mallarian, a native mis
sionary from Turkey, spoke to a large
and appreciative audience in the
First Methodist Episcopal church of
this city on the interesting sub
ject. -The Land of the Sul
tans." last evening. His address
manifested a close knowledge of
the political and social affairs in
Turkov. while his numerous quota
tions from Bvron. and Emerson, and
Carl vie. and Voltaire, and Mon
tesiUeu convinced the audience that
the speaker was w ell acquainted with
both French and English literature,
a- well a- the American. Mr. Malla
rian is a humorous speaker and de
lighted the audience greatly. Kev.
C. II. Mallarian w ill gi e hi-interest
ing lecture on The Land of the Sul
tans"" in the Milan Presbyterian
church thi- evening. The speaker is
v erv highly recommended by those
y ho hav e heard hi in. and the cit i.ens
of Milan will be delighted to hear
ihii. There is no admi-iou fie
nnii named James Burns was
taken in earlv ve.-tcrdav morning by
( Miiccr Mulij'.leei: on the ground of
ntoxication. He was sleeping in
Constable Eckhart this morning
irrcsted Anton Kohlman mi the
charge of bastardy preferred by Bosa
Frochliche. The latter refused to
comply with the law's alternative as
to marria re and both were loilgcil in
A citizen of Milan made an exhibi
tion of himself in Spencer Square
Saturday evening while laboring tin
ier t h- combined effects of chloro
form and a stimuleiit given him dur
in" the afternoon while undergoing
the operation of hay ing some teeth
removed. His mouth bjeil severely
ind lie acted so like a maniac that
Officer Mul.iueen took him to the
station. Later he was taken to his
home at Milan bv relatives.
William F. Wynes died at his home
llo;i;-ixth avenue at s o'clock last
evening, aged Hi years, s months and
2 day.-, of peritonitis. He was born
in Morgan county. Ohio, in IMii.
came to Illinois in 1 -"(." and has re
sided near Bock island until recently,
when he moved to the city. The
funeral services will be held at the
late residence at 2 o'clock, tomorrow
afternoon. Bev. C. E. Taylor, of t he
First Baptist church, officiating.
Deceased leaves a wife and three chil
dren, together with his mother, sis
ter and eight brothers.
The Louisville brought down 10
st rings of logs.
The Saturn came down with a tow
of Hi strings.of logs.
The stage of the water at noon was
li::io: the temperature 7'..
The J. O. Parke. Satellite and
Verne Swain came down and the J.
i. Parke. F. Wcyerhausor and Verne
Swain passed up.
Travel over the Bock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: Foot, north.
i;s7. south 7'g. total l.J'i'.i; teams,
north. 711. south. 7o;5. total 1.11 L
Ke-p. of Andalusia, Again.
Postmaster Beedc. of Andalusia,
reports another tussle with midnight
marauders at his home, and displays
a shattered hand where a bullet from
a 22 calibre revolver passed through
it. On Friday night he says that he
was awakened by burglars, and upon
going to drive them out. he received
a leaden souvenir as a remembrance
of their visit. Mr. Beede has hard
luck in Andalusia, as he is troubled
very frequently yvith nocturnal visi
tors, who are always looking for
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Xo Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Hemes 40 Uars tte standard.
Clearing Sale of C'M-k antl Jackets
We have placed our entire stock of
capes and jackets on sale at the fol
Lot No. 1K& jackets, $1.75 each.
Lot Js'o. 2, $9 jackets and capes,
$ 1.50 each.
Lot No. 3, $16.50 jackets anil capes,
Lot No. 4, $12 jackets and capes,
Lot No. 5, $21 jackets and capes,
Lot No. 0. capes only, reduced to
Lot No. 7. children jackets re
duced in same proportion as above
stated, until all lots are closed.
Make your selections early.
H.VIiNEII, Pi SKI. tfc Vl)X M.I K.
In IWmI KHm Suites
We excel. We are showing the finest
ami also the lower grades, and have
made the prices that will scatter
them like a cyclone over the three
cities. Call and see them before you
purchase. Ci.kmann & Sai..mann.
Harper Opera House block. Bock Island.
Try Usui l'arM'ts.
We are showing the largest line in
the three cities and our prices are
what catch the people. Sidling
wholesale gives you many patterns
to select from.
CLKMANN iVi Sai.zmasx.
Harper Opera Houso block. Bock Island.
A FULL STOMACH
ought to cause yict no discom
fort whatever. If it does,
though if there's any trouble
after eating --take Dr. Pierce's
Plca-an. Pellets. They're a
pcr:'c.t i'.::d convenient" vest
pocket remedy. One of these
tlnv. sugr.i --coated, anli-bidouj
gr.ii.cl.-s :t a dose regulates
and cnre-i- the entire system.
Sick or Bilious Headache-;. "on
stiiati'i!. Iniiige-tion. Bilious
and all ! ii".:' n.e;its if the liv-
uli, and b-v!s prevented,
and J ci ::ient!y cured.
e Ihe sinabcst, ca-.c-t to take,
, and be-:. Thi y're jms ranieed
itisf.;. :ion. or money is returned.
to jrive s
bscv is r '' r-"-t'y. ifrnmwiitly,
Ti B V .lively ur.l by li.vtor
sCii. V X !:n:e t .ii.-irrli l. emeu v.
S$ KTf T'.i ; r.;.ri-.-ters of tins nieil-
p i - i-:-.vc t!at bv their
li V ' It's e-Vk casi for a
a - .4 Oatan U which ihey
i. twists, oil en
B urtis Opera House,
MONDAY, MAY 22-
The musical event of the scasoii--thc
In n n-rl ire if i-r.-ir.il and i unic n i ar-. Cmn
t-U-te nrc lit -Ira . si'leiahii iliora-i--.
t'-iial price-. Cumulation biK.k of 12 ii ki ts
fli fur Tn-t -t-.-iT- sale eliens- VVitlne--:iV lnoril
uii-'. May I,, at riukc V. itlrpaouo o. Jil.
js the liest skin Intinn in use. It contains no
mineral or oily tubstmncL's. Sold ly
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Koom 15, Dittoe Itiock. Pavcnixir'. corner
Tbird and IJradv,
M iiaire Medical treatise contalnlrir much infor
mation and many valuable receipt- free ujhiii application.
THE ' Ql'K'K MEAL" is the only
move hivinu ata ik that cannot bo tak en otf
for Ei llinir. unlesa On baruer. are cl-jsea.
JHE ' (il'H'K MEAL"' is the only
stove liiiviiiu nn indicator to sho,v when the
luiriicrti are ot I. or closed.
THE - til'It K MEAL" is the only
ttovc aIrtr jilnss tubes to phow the tltip
pin;; -f tii-oiint: when the 8t ve is in ue.
THE IH'K.'K .MKAL" is the only
stove having lurneri tbat cannoi be ( pencil
farther than ticccary.
THE "(iLTCK MEAL'' is the only
Hiovn havinir all pans made of material
which canno'. rust.
1G1T) ik1 1017 fc'tcoi (1 Av. mi-.
1S15 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
IVS C 1 NTIRE
Special aesorttcent if La
dies' Ca1icr Wrappers, welt
made, begin nir-g t
Fit rate Veet for
About ae good as 01 Iters
eell for 10c -only 3 to each
3 SpM-ia? );trL-airi5
T.rT 1 . 1 i .
About us rh-aj,
Lot 2 4i inc'i II-,,-
Lot 'J Trets Fj;
Hammock Sale I
I THIS WEEK.
F G. YOUG, Proprietor.
172S Second Av.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand ihe nnest brands of doTreetic
and imiiorVid ciuaro. All brands of tobacco.
The tcore of all ihe ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOPy, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic ai DispeDSiDfi Pharmacist
Is cow located in his new building at the corner of Fifth uvlluc
and Twenty-third street.
J. m, CHRISTY,
IE1I0F1CT0BEI CF CEACKERS 1!ID
Apk Yonr Orncer for Them.
SPECIE LTIES :
The Chriely "Uisieb" acd C'i.r rj "Wija
Km 5 liLiE
f 3HG6 Of Styl6 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 !sl;
.louuDg ci.oie kzv cecora A venue, lie to 122 JSigDteentn Street Tfce Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Second A venue, Stcond door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.
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