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THE AUG OB, SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1834.
CITY CHAT. Cheap storeage room 1622 Second avenue. Free lunch at the Young America tonight. New potatoes and tweet potatoes at Bnni'her'a. Flth chowdor lnnch at the Young America u night. ' Fiftv per o -ot discount on jackets at Mclni jre-Uwk Co's. A jrwul organ almost new cheap. Jone second-hand store. Goods i( all kinds stored over J. W. Jones' second-hand stort. But ammonia 4c a pint at Mfln tv re-Reck Co'a. this evening at 7 Virk. Ammonia So a bottle from 8 to 9 Vcwk this et ening at Young ft Mc ComU'. Today is the last day to get your carpet sewed free at G. O. Huck staedt's. You can lay that Sunday rape less 55 per cent discount at Mclntvre Keck Co's. . Picturesque America" are you retting tho series? Back numbers at The Altars office. Sunday, tomorrow, get a baby car riage at-IIuckstaedt's. and take the baby out fr an airing. Ir. Asay is again confined to his bed with what appears to be another attack of typhoid fever. Kgg plant, cucumbers, radishes, onions, lettuce, spinach and rhubarb at Bucher's this evening. A nice, large, clean, neat and cheap storeroom over Jones' second-hand store, 1622 Second avenue. Are yon in line with those who are securing bargains in refrigerators and gasoline stoves at G. O. Huck staedi's? Drs. CoQVo and Lawhon will rt tnain all next week at the llarer house. If you are in need of glasses call on them. Tonight at 7 o'clock 240 best ging ham aprons ready made worth 2.rc each, only 13c two for 2&c at Mc-Intyre-Keck Co's. If you aro deaf, blind or cross eyed it will cost you nothing to con sult Drs. CofTee and Lawhon. They will Ik- at the Harper house until Saturday. May 12. It you have any disease of the eye, - ear, nose or throat, do not fail to con sult Dr. Coffee. He will remain at the Harper house all next week until Saturday the 12th. Ed Lewis and J. O. Logan leave to morrow morning for Alta Lomn, Texas, their new home. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Logan and chilJren will leave atxiut June 1. Kev. G. J. Luekry, the new presid ing elder of the Rock M. K. district, spent last night in the city as the guest of Kev. F. . Merrcll, at tie First M. E. paraonaire. Miss Lathrop, of Koekford. repre senting the state board of charities, visited the county clerk's office atd the poor farm today in the interest of the board she represents. One or two nice front rooms, large and light would make a splendid office, or business room, or club room, or in fact for anything, very rbeap, over Jones' loan oflicc 1622 Second avenue. Young men's meeting at the Y. M. C A. tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. E. It. McKown will speak upon the topic, The Unbroken Will." A mleiuar tet from Augustana college will sing. All young men are cordially invited to attend. Honseclcaning? Yes. and you will want new carpets, window shades, matting, lace curtains and a hundred other articles necessary to brighten the home and make it cheerful. See what Huekstaedt has to offer and get his prices ami terms. Jack Martin is now domiciled in his new sample room at 115 Second avenue, which has been refurnished and given an attractive appearance, for his especial accommodation. Tommy English continues as Jack's right bower in the dispensing of liq uid refreshments. A letter from Rev. W. S. Marquis at San Francisco to one of his par ishioners, while making no positive assertion, would seem to convey the impression that the jxipular clergy ' man will not accept the call to the California charge, but remain with his congregation here in Kock 'Isl and. Timber of the tamarisk or- shittim wood has been found iwrfectly sound in the ancient temples of Egrpt in connec tion with stonework which is known to be at least 4.000 yeurs old. THE EPWORTH LEAGUE. Th BabDIrict Oanwlln at lHjaalaa TfcJa Waeh. The sub-district Enworth League convention closed after a 2-dsys' session at Reynolds last evening. Rev. F. W. Merrell, district presi dent, presided. The meeting opened in the M. E. church at o'clock Thursday morning with devotional exercises by Miss Lou Connelly, of Remolds. An address of welcome by 'Miss Klla Wait was followed by a resionse by Miss Jesse Galloway, of Aledo. Miss Sadie E. Smith, of Mo line. read a paper. Why I Am a Member of the Epworth" League. " Miss Edith Coleman, ot Millersburg, followed with "How the Pastor Can Help the League." Rev. M. M. Mc Crcigbt, of Preemption, delivered an address on "How the League Can Help the Pastor." A symposium on "The Best Methods of Con ducting the Devotional Meeting,'1 closed the first day's services. It was discussed by Miss Ad die Whitsitt, of Preemption; L. P. Sta plcton. of Waiaga; Rev. J. R. Trox ell. of Illinois City; E. D. Huntley, of Rock Island; Mrs. Josio Tunn, of Millersburg; Miss Leota Hause, of Aledo, and Miss Carrie Altz, of Mo. line. In the evening a praise ser vice was conducted by Miss Bertie Os trum, of Rock Island! and a platform meeting was held, with addresses bv ltcvs. F. W. Mcrrell and G. J. Luckey. Friday'. Prograas. Rev. J. R. Troxell, of Illinois City, conducted the devotional exercises. Miss Alice Crawford, of Taylor Ridge, discussed. Am I Plus or Minus?" Why I am a Methodist?" was dis cussed by Rev. E. H. Alford, ot Mi lan, and Rev. V. C. Smith, of Rock Island, read a taper on "The Ideal Epworthism." The session and convention closed with a consecration service by Rev. J. S. summing, or Moline. Pollca rolata. Charles Pcnicks was fined $3 and costs yesterday for being drunk. A number of houses in Edgewood park were entered last night, but no property of value taken. Some sneak thief stole 18 Tarda of carpet from a porch in the rear of the residence of A. Lambert, on tenth street and First avenue. So clue to the robber has as yet been found. Harry Bevcns and James Howard, the two young fellows arrested for. attempting to steal a pair of shoes from Schneider s shoe store, were lined $. and costs each and sentenced to 23 hours in jail. John Bowers, a bum, had a rather unpleasant experience iu the Kock Island yards last evening. He was hoppv" and fell from a freight train, and just about that time Olli- cer Weigand happened along and took uim to the armory. The tM-tition in circulation in South Park, Edgewood Park and commu nity for the appointment of an addi tional patrolman in that neighbor hood, is being numerously signed, and will be presented to the council at next Monday cvenings session. The burglars, who made the raid in South Park on Thursday evening. are supposed to be the same men who ransacked Moline last evening, where five houses and a saloon were entered, but little property takeu. AH the robberies were committed just the other side of the line. A man giving his name as William Edgar was arrested by Officer Mul queen last evening near the viaduct for acting in a suspicious manner. On the way to the station he at tempted to throw away some jewelry, but was prevented from doing so by the officer. He is a suspicious char acter. Drawrratlc Coauty Voamitioa. At a recent meeting of the demo cratic county committee, the time of ciiiingtbc county convention was left with the chairman and secretary of the committee. With this author ity. Chairman Silvia and Secretary McEniry this afternoon called the convention to meet in Rock Island Tucsdav, Mnv 29, the basis of re pre sentation being one delegate for every 25 votes cast tor Cloyeland and Stevenson in 1892. ravrded XXigbMt Honors TZorld'a Fir. DR. MOST PERFECT MADE ' A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret nm Arnment, Alum or any msr adulUrant pnomiriOAiA 8PEED TESTS. latarestflis; Trotting Baca at tha Fair Qroaada Teataniay. There was an interesting trotting raee at the old fair grounds track yesterday afternoon between--two Moline fivers. The race was for a purse of 25, and was best three in hve mile heats. H. E. Biggs' horse, "Mack." didn't seem to , kj in the race at all. for "Babv B." owned and driven by Robert Bradley, won three straight heats. . . The Tlasa Made. John Henderson, William Galla gher and James II judges. The time of the first heat was 3:02; second, 8:00, and the third, 8:00. There was a large attendance of local admirers of horse flesh, and all were well pleased with the day's event, and manv expressions of praise were heard of the track, which is in excellent eondition.- Seal, tha Rock Island pacer, got down to a 2:04 gait at the Davenport Mile track thi tnnminir. rrnintr the last quarter in 31 seconds. COUNTY BCILDIXU. Probata. May 4 Estate of William Miller. Proof of posting and ' publication filed. t Conservatorship of Benjamin F. Lawson. Conservator's report tiled and approved. Transfer. May 8 E. A. Brown field to Francis Black, lot 8. block 4, Old Town of Hampton, $10. Julia S7 Humphrey to Methodist ehnrch of Milan, part lot 4, block 6, Old Town of Milan, 1, Danger la Odd Nomenclature. Anything out of the common in nom enclature runs the risk of being bur- lesqucd by unskilled tougues. The nurs) who called her charges Miss "Burial' and Miss "Jones' must have made their mother wish she luid never christened them Beryl and Joan. As Betsy and June they would have come off all right. Horses, too, with tine names jret strange ly miscalled in the stable. . One pair known by their master as Rusteb and Sohrab, degenerated' first into "Rusty and Soreback," and fell ultimately into the commonplace as "the little horse and the Docthor. London Globe. Booth's FnndneM For Waffles. Edwin Booth had a curious passion lor waffles. During ins last engage ment in Boston he ate one evening 25 waffles ut a sitting, and hideous indiges tion ensued so bod, in fact, that the great tragedian could not play that evening, and a big bouse that had as sembled to witness bis "Shylock" w forced to go home unsatisfied. Stage- Uud. Saturday' BaJtoUa at clatyra-Back Co's. At 7 p. ra., best ammonia 4c a pint. At 7 p. m best hair curlers 6c each. At 7 p. m., best shey bair pins 1c. At 7 p. m., bast gingham aprons, made and ready for use, lSe each two for a quarter. Yon can alwava find interesting I bargains at Mclntyre-Reck Co'a. . , FULL. BLOWN and sweet as a row the young woman who tones up her system with Doctor Plerou's Favorite Proaprin- tion. It is a certain cure for all the ailments peculiar to ue aeucant organization of women. It in perfectly ra any condition ox we system ana always reunuis, regulating the , delicate organs to pre form tnetr work pain less) V. Vamn Vo sallow faces, dull eyes, hoilow cheeks, and V. A m i i, ul.ln Wit H iliwiMlM .1 rangementa and weaknesses peculiar to their ilizzineas, nervous prostration, pain and ex- auumii.y, or omer inanuescauuns ot ae rsngement or displacement of the womanly crgaaa, when the "lYescriptioa" fa used. . PIERCE --CURE OB MONET KETTRNED. WHS 'j it 1 1 kov mrm Intelligence Column. A' KX TOU IS KKKDT IF YOU Want money Want a cook Want boanlun Want a partner Wmt a situation Vint to mnt rooai. Want a servant gtrl Want to sell a farm Want to M.U a honn Want to exchange anything' Want to rell bouaebnld good Want to make any real estate loan. Went to sell nr trade for srjrthln? Want to flnd eustoaien for anjrtamg USB THEbB COLUMNS. ib daily a Bars dbltvkbed ATTotnt . aoor ptptt erenine lor luo per week. (STORE KKJ FOR REST IBM SECOND avrnne. OR REXT TUE CSIO.N IIOUSB SALOON. Apply there. OR SAL KOE-KRITZ-t OIRT ERlSEB . at all leading gnicera. "It kills dirt." TIOR RCKT.l KlfE t .nnlt nrrir. Ikwxi t ovrr Jones' second hand store, 182S BecoLd WANTED GOOD SIRL roR FECOVT vofk Relerence. requited. Apply at 842 Ntai teenth atrvet. WANTEP TO RENT A HOfSE OF SEVEN creiirh' rnom wi'hto 10 lor, of lit; pact office. Calloraddren H. PthLofn?e. AIT ANTED A PARTNER WITH $-2,600 TO viid goon paying retml l.u.in ... Can nctSupercenu Addrec, M. W-, this office. i T t OH SALE-TWO OF TDE BK8T BULDTNO j nmsn in nrnneii' acaillnn. la, terau Apply to J. W. Cwanneh.ai rifth avenne. I OST A SILVER BRAOFLBT BKTWIEK " uiya s nirw.-i a and in rrrj land int.- -Rv win ue pain lor inc leiarn to Lloyj Jc Mew- ari'r. TT-At.T. PAPFR nriYPH iian mmirwwm- look a. good a. new for lea. th a one-half it eel. t papor Hail-faction raarnn eod. Thomas Muore, 1S Eat I l.th etrect, Davenport. Drop . h . - - -'u.u v . v n u m. tOitt Ins-t Id lieliablc Piarer. K. ry.fairilr b. rasty, w irn kntroe, fo k.. spuoB'. etc O'llckl i l.tnd bf dippinu in melicd me'al No npcr- W. p. Unrriaon it Son,, Cltrk No, 14, Colum'iLa, ff c a. ra territory. ur ,af .ell at iM in el'y orrnnntry. Age"Ufln(tn Suli acuuily fretrlrh. One- -ent in one day cleared fni.ao. 8o can yon. Proof and -.taloirue rae. Aildrea. Alp ne raf- rom. .n , No. SfciO-5'1 Clark .tfast. J. E. REIDT. T. B. UE1DT. Reidy ; Bros. ; - . ;: ' Boom I, Mitchell ft Lynda Building. t Desk's Caat AnytklaC To try Parks1 Sure Cure. A specific for the cure of all diseases peculiar to women. Ask your druggist our guaranteed plan Sold by Harts A iiiiemeyer. Riverside stovb add nes Made in Twenty-two Styles and Sizes to suit everybody. They are the cheapest and the best, used by over 3000 famlies in the city that can testify to their merits. DAVID DON. 1615-1617 SECOXD AYEKUF, We Lead. Others Follow. ICE CBEAM SODA, the fin est in the city, at Krell & Math's. FOUNTAIN SODA made with pure fruit juices, at Krell & Math's. ICE CKEAMS, assorted fla vors, at Krell & Math's. FRUIT ICES, made from the juice ot fresh fruits at Krell & Math's. KRELL & MATH'S Wild Cherry Acid Thosphate, nothing more refreshing. ICE COLD LEMONADE, the best thirst quencher, at Krell & Math's. IF YOU ARE THIRSTY or feel tired, stop into Krell & Math's and get a glass of the finest soda water in the city. Cream in every glass. OR IF YOU .NEED a little bracing up, try a dish of our ice cream or fruit ice. khrll & mm 1716 mud 1718 Second At, Telephone 1156. Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world Sale Extraordinary Of Summer Underwear, beginning Monday, April 30, and continuing until all lots are sold.- 1 ", r : . The buying public have been loaded with a varie ty of summer underwear. They have been offered ladies' vests at lc and 2c each. Of course, we have lc and 2c vests, and we guarantee themes superior for 10-times the price, but what we propose td do is to give you a real, live benefit in the underwear line, and we offer the various items as follows: Lot 1 Pure Egyptian cotton jersey rib, shaped vests, nicely trimmed, the 18c quality for 12c. . Lot 2 Ladies' fancy rib shaped vests, Egyptian cotton, the 25c and 28c quality, for 15c and 18c Lot S Swiss rib vests, extra length, elegant fin ish, better than others get 32c and 38c for, only 25c. Lot 4 Extra length, real gaue ' lisle vests, fin ished in silk, easily worth 45c and 50c, at only 32c. I-0'5 At 50c, superfine soft fini.i.o.i ,. . gantly hand finished in silk ribbon and mil "'' worth up to 75c, tor this sale only 50c. 'Li"S. Lot 6 One case ladies' pure lil.. jb: ,. vests, the regular price of which is 3iP ui ',"n r:, last 19c. tb; TI,A 1 . .. -1 me mire jMiinis regaruinTur 1- ! underwear that we wish to emphasize: ' hit First The extra length and them more comfortable for wear. full Second The superior finish and aj.jHaran(e Third The long staple. comWd EgvPtian Cnl. and pure lisle of which Ihey are knit, reml.-rin , , B" of greater durability than most knit jrarnien.0 invite comparison. " We also offer one case of monV Kr.'nch ,n'i.ri shirts and drawers, the regular pritv of whirl! ; at only 29c. Comments unnecessary. 'c- I S. In most cases the ladies' v. sts aU.ven tioncd can be had in white and ecru, a.l i j sleeves, wing sleeves or sleeveless. Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island. Away Down Lace Curtains Chenile Curtains Window Shades Poles and trimmings Bunthar Rugs Smyrna Rugs Art Squares This indicates that the bottom has been reached. We've certainly touched bottom in the price of our CARPETS. We are way up, though, in the tree top, and a very high tree at that, in the auality, extent and variety of our stock. Our aggregation of Carpets comprises: Velvets, Body Brussels, Roxburys Tapestries, Ingrains, In all the different grades, including the special heavy weaves. G. O. HUOKSTAEDT Open evenings till' 8 o'clock. 1 809-1 8 1 1 Second Avenue. MATCH THEM : : : : if you can It's an easy matter to buy a suit of clothing at $5, or even $2; or a child's suit at $1. or even less; or a pair of men's trousers at 69c, but match these qualities at the price, if you can: Match our men's suits tliat wp Kave nlnrpH nn sale at Se $Ann C r- 1 r-. wr' 1 -i j Tir, . ei- il'l-uwr 'tinilwn,10 iiucs, mcy are exceptionally good values, veil made, good n k ZlH fittr2rs nd excent wearers. Now, if you can, match our line of children's suits that are s " Z j- 98Ct l'5, .2' -SO and $5. Of course any dealers can advertise at any price, but let them produ tYtt rf,e. tu "Z? 1 these prices that s it it tney can. f When you have examined them, you will readily a-rec wnn us. 1 hey stand upon their own merit and speak loudly for themselves." Match These Shirt Wrists--1 lc, 1 Sc. 2Sc, J8c and 50c Knee Pents 9c, 1 k, 18, 25c and 49c. We proudly claim they are matchless, quality and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and no doubt you SPPjromu of everything no shoddy no imitations- matters not what priced article it's good, right up in appearance, good for wear trim- selling uce tne Underwear 19c .Underwear .. Underwear .. Underwear . j Straw hats . . . Straw haU.. Straw hats.. ... i. 25c 39c 48c 15c 25c 50c 8c Men's socks.. Men', socks.. 8c Mens socks, 1Sc Men's socks 25c Men's pants .. 111.". 69c Men's pants .H Men's pants .....'.'.'. 98c Men's pants Men's pants Spring orercoats Spring overcoats Spring overcoats Sprit 'jj overcoats Spring overcoats. . . . . 1 25 . 2 60 . 7 50 .10 00 . IS 60 . 16 60 . 18 00 nf litvTnfJ" atc.h em if y?U nrAS you find,an aricla at the "e price. Ours are 20 per cent better in lore rori ,' fit' in.style.,n Pf rt'cular-but how will you know? Comparison tells the tale; there lore compare, that s all we ask. Could anything be fairer? : M. & K. tlZ u mind, that we hav an advantage over all others. The shoes help reduce the profit on clothing and vice versa. If no other reason, that alooe is good enough, is it not ?