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THE AI5GUS, SATURDAY, A PHIL 28.1894.
Co. and get a
rolors C7c at
Our Boyi" Maj 1.
Apple Bros, for fine fruits,' eta.
Try W. Trcfa A Co's. ice cream.
Free lunch at ths Young America
Kid glores 67e at Yoong A Me
Doylies. S cen's each, at Toon; A
Atuad the Young McCombs
a corset, tale. r
llaslln bargains at Mclntvre-Reck
Linen bargains at Mclntyre-Keck
Co', tonight. '
fishing tackle at Young A Mc
Combs' tods j.
A. Sadoris. of Tart Bjron, was in
the city tola.
Novelties in snits at. Young A Mc
Combs' tod sr.
Free lunch at the Tonng America
For a good dlh of ice cream go to
W. Tref a Co'a.
Go to W. Trcf &
dish of ice cream.
Beck CVs tonight.
Dressed Vids all
"Picturesque World's Fair" meets
with the approval of alL
The May fair at the town hall at
II (Ian occurs May 2, 3 and 4.
From 7:45 to 8 this evening M. &
K. will give underwear away.
Ladle' vests, 1 cent, at Young &
McCombs' tonight from 7 to 9.
Omcskrgand Lancaster ginghams
6c today at Young & McCombs'.
Freh straw lerri, 15 cents per
bjx, at Boucher's this evening.
Navy blue calico, 3J cents per
yard, today at Yonng & McCombs'.
Kid gloves, 67 cents; corsets. 39
cents, at Yonng & McCombs' today.
Oct a reserved seat tonight for
Our Boys"' at Harper theatre May J.
Take in the excursion tomorrow.
Only 11.50 for the round trip to Peo
ria. Take in the excursion to Peoria
tomorrow; only 1.50 for the round
Jack Martin will serve the last
Innch of the season at his old stand
Today is the last dav to get your
carpet sewed free at'tJ. O. Huck
staedt's. Come and get some underwear for
nothing at M. & K's tonight, from
7:15 to N.
For 15 minutes, from 7:15 to ft this
evening, nndcrwear without charge
at M. K's.
Come out tonight for your 10c
apron patterns at Mclntvre-Kcck
CVs. at 7 o'clock.
At Buncher's Sncer square gro
cery this evening, fresh strawberries
15 cents per bo.
Popular prices of admission to
Our Bora'' Tuesday evening text.
Seats 25, 35 and 5.
Sunday, tomorrow, get a labv car
riage at Huekstaedt's and take the
baby out for an airing.
Two-and-one-half yard best ging
ham apron patterns "only 10c at Mc-Intore-Reck
Tomorrow's excursion to Peoria
leaves the Peoria depot at 8 p. m.,
reaching home at 11 p. m.
Money to loan on diamonds or jew
elry of any kind. J. iV. Jones' loan
office, 1622 Second avennc.
Mrs. C. A. Dav. who has been vis
iting her son, J. V. Day, left for her
heme in Chicago this morning.
Pictnresqne World's Fair," the
best published. Tiir Ark is now
disposing of at 15 cents a number.
Go and see Our Boys" Tuesday
evening next and enjoy an amusing
comedy, intersersed with the latctt
music and songs.
Take in the excursion to Peoria to
morrow and witness the game be.
tween the Koek Island and Peoria
Walter H. Ilodgdon gave an enjoy
able party last evening to a number
of his friends at his home 3112 Ninth
Are you in line with those who are
securing bargains in refrigerators
and gssoline stoves at G. O. Huek
staedt's? Ten cents buys a two-and-one-half
yard apron pattern at Mclntvre-Kcck
Co's. tonight only 250 to be sold at
Mayor Medill left lant evening for
Chicago tj look after the new liose
Aw ariel UJgbest Hon era
. . CGSCD.
HOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cram of Tartar Powder. Ftc
torn Ammonia, Atom or any other adulterant.
eP TX4JU TKa STAND AXO.
wagons for the Bock Island fire de
Some good second-hand ladies' and
gentlemen's clothing wanted. Will
I ay the cash 1622 Second avenue,
. W. Jones.
The Santa Maria guild will hold a
meeting Monday evening, April 80,
at 7:30. All members are requested
to be present.
Leave your order at J. W. Jones
second-band store for anything and
everything that you may nave to sell
1622 Second avenue. ...
Twenty-live per cent discount on
jackets and capes next week. Klug,
Ussier, Schwentser Dry Goods com
pany, Davenport, Iowa,
C H. Franc took out a saloon li
cense for the ensuing six months yes
terday, and George Schafer and
Chnrch & Cragan took out licenses
Special provision has been made
for a chair car for the accommodation
of gentlemen accompanied by ladies
on tomorrow's excursion on the Pen.
The oldest American fir;e insurance
company, the Glenn Falls, of New
xork, whose book value of stock is
73.6 per cent, is here represented bv
George L. Qnist.
! Mayor Vollmer. of Davenport, has
given orders to his police to begin
a war on the nickel-in-the-slot
gambling machines those of certain
varieties in particular.
Are you saving your coupons for
Tub Akgi series of World's Fair,
Picturesque America and America's
Greatest Men and Women? They
are all valuable works of art.
The board of supervisors vesterdav
afternoon appointed Dr. E. M. Sala
county physician for Kock Island,
and Dr. J. W. Monran for Moline
at salaries of f 300 per annum.
Dr. C C. Carter and wife leave for
Washington, D. C. tonight, the doc
tor going in h's military capacity as
major to attend the annual meeting
of the national association of mili
There were married at Davenport
this week Charles W. Xixdorf, or
Keynohls. and Miss Cora E. Cushman.
of Andai usia. Both of the vonnr
people are well known in the lower
end of the county.
The ladies of the First M. E.
church eordiallv invite all their
friends to their May Day sociable
Tuesday evening. May 1. Sopper,
25 cents. An excellent program will
In- given during the evening.
Housecleaning? Yes. aud you will
want new carpets, window shades,
matting, lace curtains and a hundred
other articles neeessarv to lrichtn
the home and make it cheerful. Sec
what Huekstaedt has to offer and get
his prices and terms.
Twelve new subscribers were added
to The Aura s lists in South Heights
this morning, and the number of
subscribers ,has so increased in that
locality alone, that an additional
roil to has been formed there and the
papers will lie served with more sat-
. . . . t ,
Apple Bros, have added a new de
partment to their rroeery store at
80l-)03 Third avenue, having ar
ranged to carry a supply of fruits a
weu as ronioctioncry goods hereafter.
The .satisfaction which Apple Bros,
have always given in the grocery
line they guarantee in their new
Mrs. Sarah E. Levey has through
her attorney, C. J. Searlc, brought
suit for divorce from her husband,
Charles W. Levey, better known as
"Jack" Levey, on the ground of
drunkenness and extreme croelty.
The eouplc were married in 16, and
Mrs. Levey recks such portion of her
husband's estate as the court mav
sec tit tq allow her.
Col. C. W. Durham came home
this morning from up the river, has
tening back in response to military
orders 'rom the adjutant general to
report at Alton Monday as one of the
governor's staff on the occasion of the
dedication of the Alton bridge, when
Lieutenant Governor Gill will repre
sent the state of Illinois. The colonel
will be on hand, epaulets, sword,
boots and bridle.
Quite a number of the Masonic fra
ternity gathered in Masonic temple
last evening to witness the ceremo
nies attendant upon the conferring of
the third degree on two candidates in
Rock Island lodge No. 658, A F. &
A. M. The ceremonies were ' con
ducted by Deputy Grand Lecturer C.
E. Alien, of (ialesburg, assisted by J.
B. Field, also of Galfesburg. Supjwr
was served by the ladies of the Eas
tern Star chapter.
Something the whole city ought to
le proud of is a first-class, nice,
clean and neat second-hand store,
and J. W. Jones claims to have the
lincst in the three cities. Mr. Jones
has also, in order to make his store
complete, ordered of Mr. Graves as
mustier, nun air. Alters as painter, a
handsome new furniture wagon. lie
says now his store is complete and
you reed not ie afraid or ashamed to
come in his !arge store or have his
wagon in front of your door. Leave
your orders, for he will buy. sell or
trale anything and everything. His
number is 1622 Second avenue.
Mrs. rik April SO.
Monday evening, April 30, marks
the event of the season, and Harper's
theatre will lx tilled with lovers of
melody and song, glad to show their
appreciation of the return engage
ment of Mrs. Fisk. Instrumental
mini Iters by Mrs. Ben T. Cable, of
Knck Island, and Mrs. Frank Gates
Allen, of Moline. will be included
in the program. Ibese ladies
need no second introduction to Rock
CkeAsvelatMef ta Council stoeogalraai
' by the Canst jr.'.
Bj its action at its afternoon ses
sion yesterday in ordering the poor
masters of Rock Island and Moline,
heretofore appointed by the board, to
turn over their books to: the county
clerk, the board of supervisors recog
nised the force of the court's ruling
in the Eastman case in the premises,
and acknowledges the' right, of the
city to name the township poormas
ter. Thus Poormaster C. R. Wheelan
becomes rested with the powers that
have belonged to him for a year, and
he is expected to take possession of
the office forthwith. ,
May Claim Salary.
It is apparent, too, . that Mr.
Wheelan has a claim against the
county for the first year of his term
as poormaster, and will be very apt
to present it at the next session of
the county board.
The Public Park.
Commissioner Jackson is having
the Cable fountain and the other or
namentsin Spencer square repainted
in tasty colors.
, Alf Coyne has just completed the
painting of the Dtsnkmann fountain
and other ornaments in Garnsey
square, and the work is a reflection
ot his artistic skill.
The junior department of the Y.
M. C. A. gave an entertainment last
evening to parents and friends. The
entertainment consisted of an ad
dress, -Our Work for Boys." by E.
B. MeKown, and a number of stere
opticon views by H. F. Rogers. An
orchestra furnished, music through
out the evening, and the views
proved interesting and entertaining.
. The F. Weyerhauser went north.
The J W Van Saot Came down
with 16 strings of logs, i
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 6:40; the
Iomr-3erkerm Exeuraon Burlington
On May 8 and 29 round trip tickets
will be sold at half rates to all points
on the Burlington route in Nebraska,
Kansas, Wvomih-r, South Dakota and
eastern Colorado. Tickets will be
gooS for 6top-over at any point west
of the Missouri river on going pas
sage, and will be limited .to 20 days
from date of sale. For pamphlet de
scriptive of western farm lands, send
to i: s. tnsiis. ircneral rassengcr
agent, C, B. & Q. R. R., Chicago, 111.
BMC YOTJ IS SEES?
Want a rook ''
Want a partner
Want a .itnatlon
7ant to rent room.
Want a aervant Rtrl
Want to Mil farm
Want lo rU bnuM
Want to exchange anrtblna
Waut ta rc' household nod.
Waut to make any real estate loan.
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customer, for anything
CSS THIS! COLUMNS.
JTORE ROOM F03 RENT 167 SfiCOSO
POR REVT THE UNION BOUSE SAL03S.
WANTED AT HOTEL GORDON IilMEDI
ateljr. a girl to tub disbe.
(OR 8ALe-KOE(KRITZ'S DIRT EBlSEE
. at all leading cruet r. "It kiln dirt."
WAKTKD HorSKMMD. APPLY TO MB'.
Henry Curtis. 1127 cconi avenue. Good
y ANTED A GOOD COOK. APPLY WITH
If references to Mm. K. ti. fraa r, K10 Third
LOST A CANARY MRU. YELLOW AND
brown. Roiura to Mrs. Burma, l Third
r)R BUNT A M?E LARGE OfF!CE ROOM
over June.' Hccond bun J rturc, ItES Rtco. d
FOR SALE CHEAP A 'UAtlONAl CASH
rrclKterasgond as res. Apply to Car.-e 1
Oit BALE-TWO OP TIIR BSVt bClLlMNU
I corners In ttrhni-U' arid iMt. Buy term.
Apply to J. W. Cuiranangh, Slit Fifth avenue.
I OST-S. ro?KET-BOOK CONTAINING ta
li between Twectielh a-iri Twentt-ffftK .tw
on rutti nvrnoe
ttetnin to tbU office aud re
WE OFFER AGENTS Bio WON5.T. IN EX
c.ve territory. Cur rafes n il at ninht
in ei' or country. AcenteSrM In flel r-uailJ
Km ncm ue nz.ni in one nay cleared 5ttt .B bo
canyon. Vmttm and fitul'nrne (roe. Aririre.,
Alp nc f.fu cm pan , No. 3iu-3Tl Clark (tree.
WE WISH TO EMPLOY A FEW GOOD MEN
to make $50 lo (1(11) . week veil nir our Home
Electric Motor. I no. rewli.c n nchi.f. printing
p ew vertiUtinc fan, pump., etc. kveiy
body bny Ihem. 8H ally eranloymrnt ea.y H
nit on an ' cool wa.es W. P. llarrieoa & Co .
Clerk No. 14, Colamua, Ohio.
J. E. KEIDV.
T. B. BEIDY.
Room Mitchell ft Lyade Building.
for the liver and kidness. The only
guaranteed care for kidney troubles.
Removes the uric, acid. Cares rheu
matism. Try It. Sold by Harts A
sin job Etds
Made in Twenty-two
Styles and Sizes to
They are the cheapest and
the best, used by over 3600
famlies in the city that can
testily to their merits.
1615-1617 SECOND ATEMJF,
ICE CBEAM SODA, the fin
est in the cilv, at Krell &
FOUNTAIN SODA made
. with pnre fruit juices, at
Krell & Math's.
ICE CREAMS, assorted fla
vors, at Krell & Math's.
FRUIT ICES, made from the
juice of fresh fruits at Krell
KRELL & MATirS Wild
Cherry Acid Fhosphatc,
nothing more refreshing.
ICE COLD LEMONADE, the
best thirst quencher, at Krell
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 np try a dish of our
. ice cream or fruit ice.
1716 avnd 1718 Second Av.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Capes and Jackets.
Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock a short, sharp
, special- ,
.About SO new triple capes, good black cloth,
pinked around edges, braid trimmed, long ribbon
streamers, while they last at
v nfi9c 69c 69c :;,
De on hand promptly. Mark the hour. We have
also some good styles of capes and jackets from last
year, which yon can have while they last at AOc on the
dollar cut the price in two yourself: (4.48 capes
and jackets at 12.24; $5.62 capes and jackets at f2.81;
(6.92 capes and jackets at 3.46; 97.82 capes and jack
ets at f2.91, and so on through the line. Handsome
new spring capes and jackets in broadcloth, clay
worsted, diagonals, serge, moire, plain, lace trimmed,
jet trimmed, etc., at the lowest of law prices. Fauntle
roy blouses for boys, just received; the handsomest
line you ever saw. lieautifullv trimmed, white and
colors: The 75c kind 4 9c; the fl kind 72c; the 1.25
kind 92c and 98c, etc.
Hot Shot from Our Bargain Gui
Monday morning and until sold on
challies, elegant patterns. lJc quality r,ni,.V S
One bale A 1 brown muslin, the fc , !t
last long at the price, 4 jc. lu-tv,
Large size cake glycerine tar s oar. ,
..j. i.nn Mic t. jois soap i r,.
pressly for us, and we guaranWit tU,- U-JZ f'
plesion boap, we will for a short tinu on ? 01
tc per cake. 2te a box. We claim fr V "h
Complexion Soap that it is the qnal ,.( .n:t,:a'!'r
made, and better than the mort delicate-v LtJ 9
The quantity is limited. 'Utt
We hive about H dozen kid gl.ves 1. t.
50 dozen lot, and have concluded to let th, iu
Remember C9c for 1 1 gloves. "
WORSE AND MORE OF IT-l2.p;0Cfc,
ribbons, grosgram. fatin and fanev. in uid'i .
No. 7 to 30. and in price from 12c to'.e a va'd I r '
all go at 5c a yard. First come Ur-t - rv,",i ,i T
pieces grosgrain rilibon. not all silk, in x,ti
, not all colors, at 1c a vard. Prices talk ' Kl
j iraae wuu w
Ntrlntvrf Berk Hrv fZnnHc
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Islani
Poles and trimmings
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 duality, extent
and variety of our stock.
Our aggregation of Carpets comprises:
Velvets, Body Brussels, Roxburys
In all the different grades, including the special
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 1 809-1811 Second Avenue.
IF YOU CAN
It s an easy matter to buy a suit of clothing at SJ, or even $2; or a child's suit at $1. or even less;
ora pair of men's trousers at 69c, but match these qualities at the price, if you can:
Match our ( men's suits that we have placed on sale at $5, $6.90. $7.50 and $10. We have cheaper grades as well,
but we call particular attention to these lines, because they are exceptionally good values, v eil made, good trim-
sA flttrtrs nd excellent wearers. Now, if you can, match our line of children's suits that we are stllin-
I-55.$2. $3 SO and $5. Of course any dealers can advertise at anv price, but let them produce the
S5rf,JTeTS selhnJat these pnees-that s it if they can. When you have examined them, you will readily agree
witn us. 1 hey stand upon their own merit and speak loudly for themselves."
Match These Shirt Wrists--11c, Uc, 2Jr, 38c and 50c Knee Pjits 9c, He. 18, 25c and 49c.
rrKil?lyi,laiimut.heyrare match.les,s- luality and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and no doubt vou
SirJmS , Z !f h,P jrom. us' yo,u knoT t,?aLwe carfy on,y th st of everythins-no shoddy-no imitations
matters not what priced article it s good, right up m appearance, good for wear
Underwear....... ......... 25c
Straw hats.. 16c
Straw hata...vt. 25c
Straw hats. ...... 53c
Spring overcoats . ,
Spring overcoats . ,
Sprin2 overcoats . .
Spri n jj o vercoa t s . .
Spring overcoat?. .
...t 1 25
. . . 2 : j
... 7 50
... 10 00
... IS 50
... 16 50
... 18 00
aui?J?nS3L atc them if you can-if you find an article at the same price. Ours are 20 per cent better in
lore coninsr Tn' n fit' inleAin eveiy particular-but how will you know? Comparison tells the tale; there
iore compare, that s all we ask. Could anything be fairer? t
vieaJ ar u mi!!itIiat we hayu ,adva?tage ovcr a11 ?lrs. The shoes help reduce the profit on clothing and
vice versa. If no other reason, that alone is good enough, is it not?