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THE AE6U8, TVEDXES DA'S . MAY 31. 1899.
"V A Morsel for the Gods is what our delicious concoc tions in Chocolates, Bon Bons and Covered-Nut Meats arc lit for. There are palates in Rock Island as dainty as the nectar-washed throat of Apollo, and KRELL & MATH can cater to them in Choco lates, Marshmallows and (lares successfully in the choice and toothsome candies made hen: fre.h every day. H'o also have the agency ftr Iluyler's, Towney's, Alle grolti's and Funke's candies, jut up in sealed packages. KRELL MATH, C( )X FECTIOX ERS. Try our Crushed Fruit loo Cream Soda. Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave. Smoke Capital Five Cigars : : : And ride a Str;irnH lfcejcle free, J-ectbc Palace Cigar ' Store. about it: Tlie Capital Five is the newest and bct 5-cciit cigar in town, in fart it is unt as good :ii lO-cent ci gars. There is a little loltac ro in it from Porto Rico, some from Manila. crhaps some from Cnlia and a whole lot from Pennsylvania, but its good; try one and sec. Thtf Palace Cigar Store, Bangs ton Block. Sam Arndt, MAN ACES. Dr. William-' Indian Pit ointment wC Aire Blind B.e"Uir.i .rv Itrhm. Pile. IitMirtitllf?tumorfL aiia) s the turbine at oorr, acta OS a pou.tirc. mra in.tsni lief. Ir. Vii iamx'lnilianl'itcOint ment IsprepareJ for Piiouid lirk. lnir of ths private parts. F.vrry box U wirranini. tiy artu-pt. ry mall ou lrt of fin-f. oral and (I.M. Lull I " 3 UsUFICTuRWS CO.. frupo-. Cieeiau, orlS Bold tf M r. Banhasn AructlaM SI- J 3 fa it: F, tm u Do You Need A Refrigerator And Do Yoa Intend to Buy One. If yoa do it will pay yoa to call and see the line, of the well known ALASKA, Which has leen used and tried for years ly many fami lies in this city and has prov ed satisfactory. There is now on display a large line of this celebrated refrigeratot at Summers & Company. Don't fail to call and see them be fore purchasing elsewhere. 322 Twentieth St. Phone 4082, There is but one Alaska. THE RACES AT DAVENPORT. .Mile Track Association Arranges for Kveuts In July. The Daveuport Mile Track associa tion met Monday and arranged for an important preliminary to its grand circuit races a little over a month hence. 1'he announcement has al ready been invie that the association proposes to give five days of pood races at the mile track, opening J.uly a. with purses of $750 and f .500, a generous increase in the offerings at former meetings there, and figures that therefore ought to draw there a line field of horses. That the public may have an easy avenue by which it may manifest it's appreciation of this kind of enter prise, the association has decided to issue a commutation book, good for 12 admissions, and selling for $ 5, or six books for $:.'5. The coupons in these books will be good detached. IT MERITS ATTENTION. A New Preparation Which Cures Dys pepsia and Stomach Trouble. Knuarkable Curative l'rertlen. A new remedy, which may revolu tionize the treatment of stomach troubles, has recently been placed be fore the public and bears the endorse ment of many lcadif g physicians anil scientific men. The remedy is not a wonderful se cret discovery, nor a patent medicine, neither is it claimed to cure anything except indigestion and stomach trou bles, with which nine-tenths of our nation are alllieted. The remedy is in the form of pleas ant tasting tablets or lozenges con taining vegetable and fruit essences. pure aseptic pepsin (free from animal impurities) biainuth and (iolilen Seal; they are sold by druggists generally under the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia 1 ablets. Many interesting experiments made with tliese tablets show that thev possess remarkable digestive power, one grain of the active principle being sullieient to thourouglily digest o.OOO times its own weight of lean meat. egg, oatmeal or similar wholesome foods; these tablets do not act on the lowels like after-dinner pills, nor in fact do they act upon any particular organ, but the manner in winch thev cure all forms of. indigestion is this: Thev act entirely upon the food eaten digesting it completely, nourishing every tissue and nerve m the body; they simply perform the work of di gestion, thus giving the weak stomach rest ami assistance sufficient to enable it to recover its normal strength. This is the reason so many pretended cures have signally failed; they do not furnish the digestive power which is the one thing above all others that the stomach of the dvspcplic lacks and unless that lack is supplied, it is waste of lime to attempt to re-tore the enfeebled stomach bv means of tonics," 'stomach bitters" and pills" no I f inane nt good can result from tneir I s- If the stt pitch can lie rested and assisted iu the work of digestion it will verv soon recover: this is the secret anil the whole secret of the re markable success of Stuart's Dvspcp sia Tablets, a reined v practically un known a year ago and now the most popular, widely used dysjepsia rem- edv, everywhere a success secured almost entirely on its merits, as it has never leen extensively advertised. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are now sold bv druggists everywhere at 50 cents "per package; if he hasn't them in slock he will order them for vou from his wholesale house. Thev are made bv theF. A. Stuart company, chemists. Marshall. Mich., who will be plea.-ed to send information ami testimonials from cverr state in the union. W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan. Pa., savs: "For 40 years I have tried var ious cough medicines. One Minute Cough Cure is the !est of all." It relieves instantly and cures all throat and lung troubles, coughs, colds. croup, whooping cough, la and pneumonia. For sale II. Thomas. A. J. lieiss and. gripjn; by T. M F. Iiahnsea. druggists. Wheat Weak, Weary snd Wasted . from kidney diseases, why not try Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed medicine. Bearstba lad YoiHwm Bottt BifUtaje ktft. IT'S AN EVEN BREAK. Rock Island Head-Liners and Lose at Cedar Rapids. Win COLLINS MAKES TIMELY 2-BAGGEE Scores Three Rons In the Afternoon Con test. Accomplishing the Defeat of Sage Players Joe Wright Fined ijy Umpire McNamara Some "otes of Yesterday (James. Won Loft. Prr Cent Rock Island 19 l etlur Kapids. la Kock ford 11 Hloomintcton II JruhiHiue .... ... 7 Ottuinwa. 6 4 10 V II 11 is . -&KI .44) .: Belden Hill had a bunnie's foot when he wended out to the Cedar Rapids baseball park yesterday after noon ahead of his little hand of play ers. who had a few hours before been walloped to the queen's taste bv the head-liners. And Iielden scored victory. The whole business was ac couiplished in one innings, "when Jack Hart s goods were tumoleu on to for a quartet of safeties, one of which was a 3-sacker. The park was filled with enthusiasts Kock Island contributing largely to the attendance, when the gong was sounded. Hart appeared in excellent trim as he marched to his place in the twiner s iox, out as trie game pro gressed tne hard work to wuich lie has Iteen subjected on account of the team's lack of pitchers began to show. The Kock Island team secured its first tally in the second. Itotenus, who hit safe, coming home while Hall was sacrificing and Harry Uav was losing the sphere in the center garden. In the third, after one man had died, Hrott singled and stole, and scored on Wright's -base swipe. The rabbits made their three runs in the second. Donnelly, Strang and Hill singled, the bases being full when Collins, with blood iu loth lamps, landed a terrific blow, sending the pig-skin through the grass for a couple ot sacks, and bunging in the three scores that won the game for his team. That was the whole storv iluek Wiinf. I Cf.lrll,i..l... K. H. P. A. E.I K. II. I A. E. K'olenjl.'.nxj o 1 2 o M'Kib'n. cfo oil' Itrott. rf . l 0 3 0 0 Fisher. sb..U 0 110 Wrijilit. efO I o 0 0 Shatter. Ili S H 0 -1 n itrlt. niiO o : -i o Uo'oel v. rn I i o liotenus.ini I 8 0 O.ftraDt;. vt.l 17 10 Hull, si... .0 2 0 0 Ttiilum n. lfo I 1 1 ll.iv. 'f 0 3 0 I oHra.sliiier.lft 1 -' 0 i xMiin. e. i 1 c I ii Hill. I I -z il n Hill-., p 0 I O 2 1 Collins. c- O 3 I : O Lailiiop. pi) I o 4 0 1 7 -S3 S I 3 10 25 t5 3 !M)in out for interference. I'el:ir Kitnids 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 -3 Kock 1 uud o 1 I o o o o u- I'wu-lKne bits Collins, llritshaer Saerillue hits Luthrop Hrotl. Hall, stolen liasc- IHin ru li v. Hrasuaer. Sbaffcr. Itr tt. It;iv. Dulilile plus Strang u missis ed.) O'Koiirku to Kot licr tnei to Holeuu. Muses on balls - Ml Latbrop. Hart. 2. Hit by liitebra bull O 'Kuurke Struck tjtit Hy Hurt, . Wild niicb L.aUiron Time -1: 1.x L-mpire -McNamara. Attendance -J.oOO. Joe Wright was lined in the eighth bv McNamara for throwing the liall out luto the held. Cedar Kapids liad worked a mushy ball on the Hock Islanders, and when the latter were retired changed to a hard one. Wright saw this, and to prevent a repeater attempted to lose tlte soft article Dooin was called out in the fourth and Donnelly in the seventh for inter fering with the catcher. joe wrigiit speared the over anxious Hrashear in the sixth in his attempt to make third on a Ion to center a beauliful throw. Morning Uaiue. lly In the morning four errors, two singles and a base oil balls gave the Kock Islanders six scores aud the game. Jtk fWivof. K. II. P. A. rt'oime'.';h. I 0 4 2 Hroit rf...l I o o Wriuht. ef.l O : 1 VtHnr ffiflif. B.I tt. 0 MeKib'n ef I n Kisher. -Jb 0 H sbatTer. Ib.O J loin lly.rf . . 1 1 Strain;. ss.f 0 lloflm tr. If C Hill. ai 0 i "llins. 0 li l'.rashear p 0 Krk :m.l 1 I I lot en us. I h.O I II HaJl.ss I Hay. If I O 3 DtH.in. e I 0 3 Slricitlet.p.1 I 1 1 ft 0 O 4 8 6 .'7 13 3 II -T 19 S Ffock Island O A 0 o 0 I 0 0 1 t cilar Kapitls 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 Two-base hits IlxlTnieister, Hall. Three bas hit Strang. taeritl-e bits Kistu-r. Shaller. Hotenus. IVMjiu. Stolen bases Hall. D'Kourke. Wnpnt. IWitenus. trouble pla.VH Sharrer tt Hra-nt-ar to Collins. Mall t. Kotn ertncl to I tote n us Hit by pite.bml ha 1 Fisher, sirnek on: Hy Si ricklei u 3: by Hrashcar. i Wild pilch Hrashear. Halk Hrashear. lime 11.x Umpire McNamara. Games elsewhere: At lloekford (morning), Hloomington .". Kock ford 'J: (afternoon) Hockford 4, Blooming ton At Dubuiue (morning) Ot AT McCABE'S. Ten years ago prudent people bought Pasteur's filters, intricate, easily broken and expensive as they were, because, whatever the cost, a good filter is cheaper than a spell of sickness, and Iiesnles. we can l drink muddy river water. Then came the "(fate City" and Zanesville" kind of filters filtering as well as Pasteur's, and much cheap er: a stone jar, witn a porous natural stone disk for a bottom, through which the water filtered. I5ut the stone jars were heavy to handle; slipped through wet hands and broke too easily. Now we have a filter made of steel. enameled dark blue outside white in side, the lower part made with roomy handles, the upier part with a bucket bail. No more slip. The filter disK is. the same time-tried kind a natural porous stone. . rrusnei oil once or twice a day, this cbocoiate-colored river water comes through clear as crystal, and absolutely sals to drink. Thfetonetize capacity ample for aajr onlinarv fann y, price lower than the atone Jan t.7a. L. S. McCAMK CO tumwa 2, Dubuque 7; (afternoon) Ot tuniwa S, Dubuque 0. Diamond Liners. Cedar Rapids is playing good ball. Cedar Rapids has a fine ball dia mond. Belden Hill has signed Johnnie Kling. It's a horse apiece. The shake off ccurs to-day. The Cedar Rapids fog horn lmosters acted like Indiaus when the itaubits won. Hart struck out two men in the sixth with two on bases, retiring the side. Umpire McNamara continues to show his partiality to the home club. The boys are all well except Bobby Rothermel, who is slightly under th'e weather. Just keep your eve on Dubuque She took a pair of falls out of the Frenchmen yesterday. The home bovs played good ball and those who Journeyed out to see them had no reason to kick. Mart McQuaid has quit Flaherty's Frenchmen. He expects to join liar ry Truby's Youngstown team. Jesse HolTmeister, the released left fielder from Kansas City, made his initial appearance with Cedar Rapids yesterday. - A colored passenger on the train as it nulled into Solon. Iowa, was heard to say to the agent: "Sa mister! can't you nlease change that name to saloon?" The Chicago Record is the first metropolitan newspaper to accord to the Western association decent recog uitiou, beginning today to publish the tabulated scores. The Kock Islanders who waded through the mud for three blocks. after hanging on a dinkv street car for a mile or so. realized the conve nience of an up-to-date street car sys tern. Manager Flaherty went back to his old position at third base in Satur day s and yesterday s games, iiupp going to the ceuter held. Morrison played the first bag in an acceptable manner. ( Htumwa Courier. The new schedule of the Western association will ' be issued to take effect June 9, instead of June 3, as originally announced by President isrowne. rso change will be made in the percentage table with the adop tion of the new schedule, it beiug re vised merely to change the routes, as necessitated by the admission ot mi buquc in place of tjuincy. KING COFFEE Caused Weak Heart aud Other Trouble. Our family is a large one and we have all been greatly helied and ben efited by the dismissal of coffee and the daily use of Post um Food Coffee, I formerly had a very weak heart that troubled me greatly, and the trouble was gradually getting worse while 1 was using coffee. I also had frequent headaches and sleepless uighti. These have all gone since the drug (and one may well call coffee a drug) has been dismissed. A neighbor. Mr. A. V oodruff, was a con firmed dyspeptic for years until he quit coffee and began to use Postum Now he is entirely cured and thanks Postum for it. Mrs. M. Munson aud Mr. D. S. Barclay, friends, have found ;rcat relief from leaving off coffee and using Post ma Food Coffee. I have made many inquiries among quite a list of persons who have been using l'ostum, and always find good accounts where it has been prepared properly. You cannot impress that poiut too strongly on the people wheie thev once make a trial of l'ostum. lor if it isliot thoroughly boiled, it has a Mat taste and that il rives them away from it, whereas, if thev only knew bow delicious it is when well made and how their health would be im proved by its use. they would do al most any way to insure getting good Postum. I can semi you a long list of names of those who really know how to make Postum and use it every day, it you care lor them. M. K. Woodruff. 353 Crescent avenue. (irand Rapids, Mich. Klver Klplets. The Verne Swain anil Winona were iu and out. The Prescott came down, and the 15. Hershey, Horace 11. aud Prescott went north. The stage of water at the Rock Island bridge at G a. m. was ;t.0., and stationary. J he temperature at noon was 7t. The river here probably has not risen so fast for some years as during the past three days. " Saturday the tage wasti.5 feet, Sunday it was l.'t, Monday -S.-J, and vesterdav at noon 5. The average rise for three days was over 11 inches a day. The W. J. Young, Jr., as announced, will enter the trade by leaving hereon the afternoon of Thursday, June 1, for Burlington, on the same schedule as that the Voluutcer is now follow ing, and thereafter both boats will be operated till the close of the season. Hoy Had Trouble. "Mv loy. 8 years old. had a great deal of trouble with sores breaking out on his body and limbs. They would heal, but would break out again as bad as ever. I concluded to give him Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon the sores were gone and I have seen no sign of their return. I,. (Jilfovle, Moline, 111. Mrs. That distress after eating is pre Pills. vented by one or two of Hood's They donl gripe. ror trver nfty Tasra Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums. allays all pain, cares wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea- Zd cents s bottle. CLOSE OF EXERCISES. Gathering at Graves in Chippian nock and National Ceme teries. FLOWERS TOE CONFEDERATE DEAD. Share Honors With I'uloa Soldiers at the lioveraiuent Island Yesterday Afternoon Addresses Here by 1'rof. K. V. Kobln aon and 1 C. Dangbertjr, l'atrlotic. Mu sic. Etc. Old soldiers and their families and friends yesterday afternoon gathered at the graves of "their fallen comrades in Chippiannock cemetery, and there, spreading llowers and flags, held the closing exercises of Decoration day, lb'Ji). Patriotic selections were played by Bleuer's band, the bugle call was sounded, and prayer offered by Rev. Ira W. Allen, Jr., of Central Presbyterian church. Prof. K. V. Robinson, principal of the High school, delivered the opening address, eulogizing the boys of '61 and '18 for the service they performed for their country. In days of jeaee men are prone to become self-centered and to forget that they have duties unto others as well as selfish interests, said Mr. Robinson. In time of war in the hearts of a vast majority of men, the duty they owe their country dis places the purely sellish, and they are ready to sacrifice themselves on the altar of patriotism. The speaker cDiumendcd the custom of observing Memorial day it compels men to pause and reflect on the sacrifices made by others in the cause of free dom and right, and the duty each owes to the race. He warned his hearers that the question of freedom and slavery wilt again have to be fought. Russia, ruled by an absolu tism the like of which the world has never seen, and controlling a hundred million people, and the resources of a large portion of Europe and Asia, threatens lo engulf the nations which stand for enlightenment and freedom. The struggle lietween freedom and absolutism is inevitable, and when il conies will America Ijo prepatcd to throw her weight into the scales in behalf of human freedom and ad vancement r J'ror. Daugherty's Remarks. Prof. L. C. Daugherly spoke next, saying in part: "11 i.n Hie Loan, ana not tne lr;iin. Tu.it to Hie umtie.i do! ti uuuiu. An.i lui w uo foi ows love s ticliest. Far excelletb a 1 tne rest." So sang our immortal Longfellow, and he expressed a universal truth. tor, from the beginning unlil now. love has been the mightiest lmpeluiug force. It. was love of conquest that led Alexander into unknown regions and to weep because there were no more worlds to conquer. Love of power lured Bonaparte to attempt the subjugation of the eastern hemisphere and lo divorce his Josephine, love for a friend caused Damon to pledge his own life for Pythias. Moses dared Ihe wrath of Pharaoh that he might lead a nation which he loved out of bondage. "W hat will not a sister endeavor for the brother she loves? What hus band will hesitate to sacrifice life itself to protect her whom love inspires him to cheiishr And the love ot a parent for the offspring. Mho can fathom it? For the lore of fame the explorer will endure the tropic heat and the arctic winter, ihe student will torsake all for the love of kuowledge. The love of gold will lead men to cross seas, and deserts ami mountains. But there is a lave that wifl impel man to turn his back upon the luxur ies that gold has secured;' that will cause the student to leave his books; that will lead the husband and father to bid good-bye to friend, to wife aud children. It is the love of country. "My comrades, why are you here to- lay? Because love lor your country led vou to the battle's front at the call of your country iu the perilous davs of the bO.s. Those of our comrades who fell gave assurance of the full measure of their hearts devotion. But those who remain were animated by tin- same noble tt-niimeuis, and are en titled to the same measure of praise for you offered your all at your coun try s altar. Comrades, you may le poor, you may occupy an obsenre place in so ciety; but conscious of your meritor ious service to your country. 1 would have you remember that a dignity is is yours, by reason of heroic ucede, whose ills' er no external power can dim." The Grand Arm v and Sons of Vet crans' services followed, the audience sang America," Rev. K. D Wilson pronounced the benediction and the graves of tln soldiers were decorated. At Rork Islxnd Arxenul. Nearlv 2.000 confederate graves on the government island were decorated with lings yesterday afternoon at the same time that the 4,000 graves of L niou soldiers m the national ceme tery received the annual Memorial day offering. During the war over 12.0OO confederate soldiers were con fined on the island, aud . 1,1)60 died there. Tbo exercises yesterday were conducted by August Wentz post of Davenport. Kid red S. Jame. of Clinton, Iowa, was orator of the day. Hacklen'a Arm Ira Salve. The best salve in the world for cats, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions, and positively enres piles, or no pay required. It rs guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or moaey re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer (9 I ffiEECHER'S-r Best Japan tea sittings, only, per Nice pure lard, this week four pounds for 25C Nice sour pickles, 5 cents a dozen, per gallon 25C Package coffee. Lion or McLaughlin's, only IOC Best parlor matches, 12 boxes in packages, for IQc Pure jelly in lo-pound pails for, Good wash boards, warranted to ... .OTHER GOODS. . . . We have a lot of tin ware to sell very cheap. Nico pictures in frames from lOe up lo 95c. Shoes for ladies, men and children to sell cheap. Ladies', men's and children's underwear at a low price. Toys, umbrellas, notions, dry goods, muslins, liniugs, etc., at the lowest possible price. 1513 and Times Change.. And men change with the times. Fine merchant tailoring has advanced as an art ' more perhaps than any other business during this century. We are in the front ranks and can we be of any service to you! GRAND I SALE H For the Summer Days. f? We have one of the best ia -til" 1 l j l o o.w oiiucs now on b.hu ... itj D Ladies' Very Fine Cloth Top Shoes, Newest toes at 1.08 py p3 Ladies' Fine Dongola Shoes, Lace or Button, at 1.25 L-ij -"l,;i.l......,u, l'l.,isl llii.lilit Vo.inir VUIIUICII 9 . AllljOV "t I V J Children's Fine Dongola Shoes, at fr-v-,; men g .cry iiigii umuu iu jjijui . . . - n:i. i.. : w u TV iviu, our low puce Men's Tan Color Lace Shoe, at : . . . Men's Working Shoes light or heavy weight, at A SUMMER SOUVENIR TO EVERY CUSTOMER. I THE CHAMPION, Liberal Shoe Sellers. lUE,(&Af5) M. H. KOCH, ProDi The Gem of il wmm How Would Your Wheel Look With a new coat of enamel, especially when it can be had for one half the price? VanTuyl will enamel your wheel any stand- ard color for ijoo. This is not cheap work, but the beat four coat baked enamel. This price lasts for May only. .The new shop, 113-115 West Seventeenth street. Manufacturer of the Miss issippi Iiicycle. General repairing. THOMAS VAN TUYL. Cheap Cash Store. . . . .GROCERIES. ... pound 20c only 35c give satisfaction IQc 1515 Second Avenue. J. B. ZIMMER & GO. Fashionable Tailors. SPECIAL specialty makes of Ladies' rH shoes- m Kl.nna n )! an-T VS7 P-H .IJ UL.Tf t. u . ut. .... . . . . . . . . . . j f i. -r- T i t. xm.! oi juik ot ajiuck. v lei the Boudoir that is a furnishing in itself is one of our handsome bureaus to be used with brass beds. We have a splendid assortment of separate bureaus, brass beds, lied room suites inenamel, ami bird's eye maple that make cool and elegant summer furnishings for your sleeping rooms or spare bed room. 3,Jc nj 1.49 HI 98c IM 1 m PnDnCQ 1802 Second UUiiULO, Avenue. V 9 f