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THE AKGT7S, FRIDAY, FEBHTTART 23, 1900.
GOOD SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN
More than 20,000 Pairs at 75c, 95c, $1.05, SI.25, Sl.40,
$1.55, $1.65, $1.95 and $2.35. Overgaiters 15c.
Regents $3.50 for $2.35.
807 TwtutUtb 8traet
1-4 an olTer of a box of Krell
.V Math s CHOCOLATKS or
ItON BON'S whose exquisite
flavor, rich consistency and
toothsome quality makes
thorn general favorites with
lth oM and younj. Our
Marshmallows, Nut Candles,
Caramels and Home
r- Cannot be excelled and our
Y BOX CAN DIRS cannot be
, cjualed for lovely goods and
neatness of package. He
member SWEET MEATS
will win the heart of any
maid whether she is an in
fant in arms or a woman
grown. Tcrhaps you have
a sweet tooth. KRELL &
MATH cau till it at a mod
KRELL S MATH,
Fhone 1156. 1718-1718 Second Ave.
A RUBBER BAG
To have in the house in case of sick
ness, and the right kind is infinitely
superior to thu just a good" kind.
The best is what we always keep in
all kinds of rubber good, sundries,
toilet articles, proprietary medicines,
drugs and chemicals. Our prescrip
tion department is unriraledand our
prices always the lowest.
A. J. RIESS,
Corner Fourth Avenue and Twenty third street
1& Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Roek Island.
"C.RltP. Depot Iffltm .40 pm
" anh Street Depot liin l6pm
Ar I'earla 11:20 a m 4 p m
" Hloomlngton 1:17 pm 9 MS p m
" isptingfleid..... s r&pm "O0 p m
" Decatur ltO p m SS0 p m
Indian spoils.. 6:10 pm J.J0 a m
" Terre Haute 2 p m
" St- Louis 7.00 p m 6:90 a m
" CincmcaU t p m T iO a ns
" Eyanayille t.lipm S:S8 a m
" LouisTUie 7.30 a na
" Day too 10:3 P m 9:00 a m
"Columbus ISO am 11 35 am
"Nashriiie JiOam 8.10pm
' Chattanooga IWpm 1M p m
Atlacta 7 JO p m 10M p m
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principal cities.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Qen'l Pass. Agent,
Bock Island, 111.
Opti Wednesday and Saturday Evening.
1706 Second Avenue.
We wish to call your attention
to our uuusual!v large line of
rubber goods. Hot water bags,
syringes, ttc , at lower prices than
we have ever been able to offer them
before. We guarantee these articles
to be the best made and to give per
Bahnsen's Drug Store.
Corner 4th Avenue and 20th street.
Estate of William J- Irvln. deceased.
The undersigned bavtutr been appointed ad
ministratrix f the estate of William J.
run, late of lit" etiuntr of Kock I-
l.ind. Htate f Illinois, deceased, hereby
fiTC notice th:it frb' will appear before
the count v c".irt of Kock IMund county, at
tue county court room. In tbe city of Kock Isl-
;inu. at me April terra on tne erst Monday
In April r.eit. at which time all pernonw
having claims against said estate are notified
and requested to a'tend. for the purpose of
Lavinif the same adjusted.
aii persons indented to Raid estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 1st day of February. A. r. IBno.
Mas. r'i.aN' e Irvin. AdoiinUtrauis.
Estate of John Mulqueen. deceased.
Tbe undersigned haying; oeen appointed ex
ecutrix of tbe last will and tettaxent of John
Muliiueen. late of the county of Rocklaiand.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby rives
notice tnat she wui appear before the county
court of Rock l&iand county, at the county
court room, in the city of Kock isl
and, at te May term, on the Bret Mon
day In May next, at which time all per
sons haying claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this Jith day of f'ebriary. A. D. ICW.
Katc Hrinn. Kxeeutrix.
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock Island. Is"
County court of Rook Island county. To the
February Term, A. 1 . IWO0.
H jn'ley.'.Klnplnisirator of the estate
ci K rtntfton. deceased, vs Melrlqa
i oulter. M a'taret Toland. Kliabeth Kankin.s.
Clara rdcne-.on. Klla hldirinKftn and Nellie
lV!K;nton and Hmtr Lcc. l'elltion to sell real
est ate to pa debts:
AfTdavti of the non-residence of Melvina
1 oiite-. Margaret Tola d. Elizabeth Kanklns.
Clara t-Vlu.npton Ki!a Klrir.gton a"d Nellie
Kdint.'ton defendant above named. bay.
in been Med in the ofT.ce of the clerk of the
county court of Rock Island couoty. no
tice is hereby given to tbe said Melvina
Coulter Margaret Toland. Elir.abetb Ka-kl-s.
t'Uri Ednnisttin. Ell Edirmirum and Nellie
Edcmirton. tnat the said plaintiff adm:nis ra
tor of the estate of James Kflgmpton. de
ceased, has fiied his peti:ioo in tbe said
county court of Rock Island county for an
order to sell the premises belontnng to the es
late of said deceased, or so much of i l as m 4y
be needed to pay tbe debts of said deceased,
and described as follows, to-wit:
l-v.s four Hi in lljck thirty five 0 in the
villSk-e of Aodalu-la. in the county of Rock
Island and state of Illinois. a:d that a sum
mons has been issjed out of this court againt-t
you returnable at the Ketrury term. A. 1
of siiia court, to be bo den on the first
Moiiday of February. A. P ifO. at the court
ho:se in RocJTIsiand in Kock Lsiand county,
Now. unless you. the said Melvina C ul:er.
Margaret TsUacd. Fl.zsbcn Ranliioa Clara Ed
tr'.nxton. Lila FUljrtogton and Ncie Kdirington,
shall personally beacd appearbefore said coun
ty court of Kock i-iacd county, on tbe erst
day of the March term thereof, vo be bolden at
Rock Island lnsa:d county. on tbe first Monday
of March. IO. and p ead. answer or demur
to the said complainant speutian llled therein,
the same and the matter and tbisgs therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you aceordi&s to
the prayer of saii buX
Kocs la-and. Iiiicoia. January 3S. 1&0O
H. I. H rsBiso Clerk.
Arxtia rLaa&ASis. Complaiaant a Solicitor
IN LODGE CIRCLES,
Everts Commandery Confers Il
lustrious Order on Five
BANQUET, MFSICALE AND DANCE.
Templars and Tbelr Ladles Spend
Kveolnc of enjoyment at Masonic Jnar
ters St. Paul Lodge Celebrates 36th
Anniversary of the Organization of
The illustrious order of the red
cross was conferred last niht b
Everts commandery No. Is, Knight
Templar, on live companions, Mai. C.
W. llawes, J. F. Robinson and J
Schuuia-h, of this ciiv. and G. L.
Darin and Carl J. Lager, of Geneseo
The ceremonies were conducted by
hovereijrn Commander 11. II. Cleave
land. A ban'iuet followed, scrvel by
the ladies of Trinity guild, the ladies
of tne kr.ihts joining tneni at tne
feast, at tbe conclusion of which
musicale was enjoved. The prof;ram
consisted of music by ( Aden's or
chestra, vocal solos by Keith Collins,
soncrs by the Sylvan quartet, and
reading bv Miss Eva Barber. Then
there was dancing.
lbe dben anniversary ol fytnianism
was celebratel last night by St. Tail
lodre, whose inerabers and a number
of invited friends gathered in tbe hall
in Krell oz Alatn building, enjoyed a
smoker, played cards and beard
pleasant musical program. During
the earlv hours of the evening cards
were indulged in. but this diversion
was finally ended by a rap for
order from Master of Ceremonies S.
R. Wright, who had just got done
helping others of the brothers in serv
ing lemonade. I he formal program
was opened with a piano and violin
duet bv Prof. S. T. Bowlby, of this
city, find Master Harrv Kniirhton, of
Lavcnport. A iriei but interesting
sketch of the origin, growth and ob
jects of Pvthianism was given by
trrand Chancellor (. W. McCaskrin
and the remainder of the evening was
whiled away in general sociability
and in listening to sons and instru
mental selections by Master Irwin
Swindle, of Davenport; instrumental
music by William Ivins and music by
Prof. Bowlby and Master Knighton.
THE INVITATION TO DEWEY.
Davenport Joins Rock Island and Mollne
In the Movenaeut.
Ihe Davenport Business Men s as
sociation has joined the Kock Island
Club and the Moline Business Men's
association in a joint invitation to
Admiral Di'wey to include the three
cities in bis western trip next May,
and appointcil a committee to cooper
ate, consisting of J. 1. Lardner, A.
W. Vandcr Veer and M. J. Eairal.
The admiral will be in Chicago May 1
and in Jacksonville May 3. He has
already refused an invitation to visit
Galesburg, but the three cities think
thev have enough of national as well
as local interests to induce him to
look favorably upon their invitation
to liecoine the guest of three commu
nities. The Modern Way
Commends its If to the well-informeil
to do pleasantly and eflectually what
was formerly done in tne crudest man
ner anil disagreeably as well. To
cleanse the system and break up colds,
headaches, and fevers without un
pleasant after effects, use the delight
ful liiuid laxative remedy, Syrup of
Figs. Made by California Fig Syrup
To accommodate those who are par
tial to the use of atomiers in apply-
ng liquids into the nasal passages
for catarrhal troubles, the proprie-
ors prepare Cream Halm in liquid
form, which will be known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Trice including
tbe sprayine tube is 75 cents. Drug-
'ists or by mail. The luquid form
embodies the medicinal properties of
the solid preparation. Cream Balm
s quic kly absorbed by the membrane
and does not dry up the secretions
but t-hanges them to a natural and
healthy character. Ely Brothers, 66
Warren street.. New York.
Sciatic Kheoniattsm Cored.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist.
Richmond, Va.. says: "I had a fear-
ul attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
aid up almost two months; was for-
unate enough to get Mystic Cure lor
beumatism. I his cured me after
doctors1 prescriptions had failed to
have any. eilect. I have also heard of
fine results from others who have
used it." Sold bv Otto Grotjan. 1601
Second avenue. Rock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Stcond
What Do the Children Drink?
Don't give them tea or coffee. Have
von tried the new food drink called
rain-O? It is delicious and nour-
shing and takes the place of coffee
The more Grain-O vou jrive" the chil-
ren the more health vou distribute
through their systems. Grain-O is
made of pure grains, and when prop-
rlv prepared tastes like the choice
grades d coffee, but costs about one-
ourth as much. All grocers sell it
15 cents and 25 cents.
I have always used Foley's Honey
and Tar cough medicine, and think it
be best in the world," says Charles
Bender, a newsdealer of Erie, Pa. All
, m Ixi Ya H2 k'.wan
DANCE OF THE JACK TARS
Party Given bv Naval Reserves at
The grand ball given by the Naval
Reserves at Armory hall last nigh
was a fine affair. The walls of the
hall were literally bidden by the deco
rations in the national colors, while
on the stage reposed a large picture
oi tne lather oi bis country surround
ed by the arms and relics of the Re
serves. A grand march was held at 9
o clock led bv the olncers and thei
ladies, and later a cake walk took
place, which was won by Jack Davi
and Miss Booth. A supper was serve
at tbe Woodman hall by the Reserves
and was all that the most fastidiou
could desire. About seventv-tive
couples were present, making the ball
a biiancial as well as a social success
Bleuer's full orchestra was employed
tiooa night was said amid tbe bes
wishes of the future success and
prosperity of the blue jackets cf 2d
division, N. M. I., Rock Island.
A very small audience greeted the
naval drama, "Under the Dome," at
Harper's theatre last night. The strik
ing feature of the play was the scenic
display, especially that of crossing
the Hudson river ou the Hoboken
ferry and the storm scene in the har
bor of Apia in tbe Samoau islands
both of which were hampered by the
poor stage accommodations, another
forcible evidence of the need of a new
theatre. Georirc Hanna, as Howard
Considine, and Miss Madeline Hunt,
as a poor relation, carried their parts
A big company in an enjoyable
comedy drama, an operatic orchestra
oi 14 pieces, two brass tands in
novel street parade all at 10, 20 and
80-cent prices, will no doubt draw
well at Harper's theatre Satur
dav night. 'Uncle Josh Spruceby'
makes bis bow on that occasion and
the jolly old New Englander will af.
ford an evening of fun and amusement.
The play has many specialties and the
sensational saw mill scene is an excit
"Two Little Vagrants," which has
has been so remarkably successful both
in Europe and America, will be giveu
at Harper's theatre Sunday night. It
is a stirring drama of life in Paris
free from the melodramatic taint and
with reasonable situations and con
vincing action. Tbe leading char
acters, the vagrants, are played bv
women who make up as boys of wide
ly differing character. In the cast are,
rseva Harrison, Barbara Douglas,
Anna Boddcn, Bengie Harrison,
Eleanor Wortbington, Katharine Vin
cent, Arthur Cogliser, trederuk
Douglas. Del La Barre, Walter Cooke,
Harrv W. Collins, W. II. Webber and
a a a
At any time a Sousa concert fur-
shed one of the most enjoyable mu
sical events possible, but aousa s
present tour, the only one in America
this season, is said to excel all former
concert tours in at least one feature.
the amount oi brilliant new music
that Sousa has put on his programs.
More than half of all the numbers o i
any of the programs prepared are tl
together new, including the latest
Sousa march, "The Man Behind the
Gun.". This is extraordinary. The
great leader has always shown that he
s never behind tbe times in any way,
but in this instance ho proves that he
s lir and away ahead of even himself
n gathering the latest and best music.
of two continents. The concert here
will occur Tuesday, Feb. 27, at the
Burtis. The soloists are Miss Bertha
Bucklin, violin. Miss Blanche Dutbeld.
soprano, and Arthur Pryor, trom
bone. Among the new ideas offered this
year, or rather the loth edition or
that favorite and famous spectacle,
the "Forever Devil's Auction," is the
new and complete ballets arranged by
Vincencino Romeo, illustrating in
vpical costume and artistic, panto
mime and dance all the latest success.
s of the age. Those timely ideas
form a divertisement which will at
once appeal ta and interest the theatre-going
public. At Harper's theatre
BIllllous blu AT.
It is certainly gratifvingto the pub
lic to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous U
the needy and suffering. The propri-
tors of Dr. King s Acw Discovery lor
Consumption, Coughs and Colds have
lven away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine, and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab-
olutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, bronchitis, noarse-
ess and all diseases of the throat,
hest and lungs are surely cured by
t. Call on Hartz & Lllemevcr, drug
gists, and get a free trial bottle.
Regular sire 50 cents and fl. Everv
bottle guaranteed or price refunded".
Academy of the Visitation, conduct
ed by the sisters of tbe Visitation
2939 Fifth avenue, Rock Island. The
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of the new academy
are now opened to Students.
Superior advantages in music, art,
locution, physical culture ana the
inflames the lungs. Foley's Honey
and Tar stops the coughing and heals
the lungs. The ordinary cough med-
cines. which are simply expectorauts.
will not do this, as they keep the
ungs irritated in throwing off tbe
ICE HARVEST IS DONE
The Rock Island Dealers All Have
Their Ice Houses Well
LIEGE CROP HAS BEEN PUT UP,
Thev Take Advantace of Recent Cold
Snap and Lay Away Enough of the Frigid
to Supply the Trade the Coming Sum
mrr Quantities Cut by the Leading Deal
era In Mollne.
The ice harvest in and about Reck
Island is about practically completed
the late freeze having given ampl
time for the storing awav of the
The quality secured in some place
was below the average, the rise in the
river before the last cold snap having
roiled the water and made dirty ice
Then the f en uent warm spells render
ed the ice men very anxious at several
intervals and led them to store awav
much of the product that was "honey
combed," and consequently less liable
to keep. This has been particularly
true ot the ice put up in the central
part of town. That taken from tho
pool at Moline, from below the Cres
cent bridge, and the canal is generally
of prime quality.
Among the larger dealers Martin
Weinberger x Son have put upabou
4,000 tons. John Sicgrist has
1,000 tons and the Cousoli
dated Ice company has well filled
ice bouses, so there is no reason
to doubt that the ice man will be as
foxy and ubiquitous as ever next sum
In Moline the Channel Ice company
cut 20.000 tons, the I win-Citv Ice
company 18,753 tons, and the Moline
Ice company 21,000 tons.
CONNELLY WINS TROPHY.
Capturea l'eters Cup In Harlin III lie Club
Contest A Turkey Shoot.
The contest for the Peters trophy
and handicap prizes has been finished
by tbe Marlin Hi n a club. 15. D. Con
nelly won tbe cup with a score of S61
A. D. Sperry won the first prize, 600
cartridges, in the handicap shoot with
a score oi oo. Cant. David Iipton
won the second prize. 400 cartridges,
with a score of o26. Other good
scores in the contest were as follows:
Junge. 316: Mitchell. 312: Huber,
29; Harms, 297; Durham. 301.
The club held a successful shoot at
the Elm street range yesterday after
noon, .twenty-six large birds wen
up. F. L. Bills captured the prize
bird, a magnificent gobbler weighing
32 pounds. 1 he score was as follows
Ryan, 3 birds; Glenn, 1; Freeman, 1;
Mitchell, 2; Carson, 1; Harper, 1;
Harms, 2; J,ynde, .; Bills, 2; Ilellpcn-
stell. 2; r rank llawes, 1; Connelly. 2;
van f atten, 1; Evster, 1; Huber, 2.
W. L. Yancy, Paducah. Ky., writes:
I had a severe case of kidney disease
and three of tho best physicians in
southern Kentucky treated me with
out success. I was induced to try
loley s Kidney Cure. Jhe hrst bot
tie gave immediate relief and three
bottles cured me permanently.
gladly recommend this wonderful
remedy." All druggists.
The Big Store,
The Town Market.
The Davenport Fur
lture & Carpet Co.,
324, 326 and 32S Brady
street, show more and
better "furniture than
any place in this west
IN BED ROOM SUITS,
BRASS AND IRON
cannot be duplicated.
Come and see how
much better you can
Davenport Furniture and
823 82S, 878 Brady St., Davenport.
A TREMENDOUS REDUCTION AT THE
THE BEE HIVE
114 West Second Street, Davenport.
Buy seeds thai have a high reputation, and do not look upon the
price as the first consideration. Tho best seeds are always tho
cheapest. The quality of the crop is what you look upon to
bring you the best prices, and create a demand for your individ
ual production, which consequently leads you to success. We
use extreme caution in furnishing Market Cardeners with the
best seeds only. We do not consider cheap seeds, as the best
seeds demand higher prices so do the best vegetables.
LOUIS HANSSENS' SONS,
213 and 215 West Second Street. Davenport. Iowa.
NATURE'S HAIR GROWER?
POSITl-;lV Ol ACASIIfD IO Kt.STODE 1MI MaIR
PFEUMS HUR FPOM HLUG OUT CUFfS DWDFUFF PFCVE1NTS BALDNESS
cum itt scur oistists .nd is rm ipom gpusi iw saic by dhiocists
RUSSIAN CHEMICAL COMPANY. CHICAGO,
For sale In Rock Island by W. H. Marshall. Druggist, Harper House Pharmacy.
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
JOH H. TAK1VO.
PAIDON cSc SON
Rhop 419 SAVAnteAnth St
COAL AND WOOD.
WE WANT TO HKLI VOU
Out of tuur coal Oilllnijllici. Can't pay
your MIIh. hut will try and jMease yoij
with fuel Uil will burn.
E. B. McKOWN.
I NEST EQUIPMENT.
Best Dining Car Service.
rr mm n
tlOLV 120 IS37
HUIT A. FAKIOOV
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
rraders Ins. Co., - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Roekford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., Rockford, 111.
Office, Room 8. Buford block. Rates
a low as coDbi.tenv with seourlty.
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represent the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Rochester U arm an Ids Co. ..Rochester, W Y
Oermao " Jeeport, II I
Boo lo Qermaa " Buffalo, M y
GermanFU- " Peoria, III
New Hampshire " ....Manchester, N H
Milwaukee Mechanics " Milwaukee, Wla
rioeilty aod Casualty ..Mew Task
Office corner Eighteenth street asa
Second arenue, aeoond Door.
J. M. Buford,
The old Pi re and
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any
can afford. Your