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THE AKGU8, SATTJRDAT, MABCH 23, 1895.
T. A. Fender is another sure winner
Mr. an-1 Mr. J. M. Buford are via
. iting in Chicago.
A new line oi side boards just in
at G. O. Huckstaedt's.
Thomas Sweet is recovering slowlj
from his recent illness.
HaTe jon seen Llovd & Stewart's
new hats? See their f 2 hats.
Get the grain, stock and provision
market at 1820 Second avenue.
Every hat that Lloyd & Stewart
sell is guaranteed, the cheapest to the
Do not make a mistake! Ton can
get a stylish hat for $2 at Lloyd &
Oh, my! Jnst think of it a nice
stylish hat for 1, f 2 and f 2.50 at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Tax Collector John O. Freed tarns
orer his books next Tuesday, and all
taxes should be paid to him by that
Where are you going to buy that
new hat? See Lloyd & Stewart's
line. They can suit your fade and
C. C. Truesdale received a dispacth
this morniDg from Minneapolis to the
effect that his father's condition was
Stop at 1820 Second avenue and
get the market reports. Private
wires to Chicago and New York
Have you seen the chamber suits
just received at G. O. Huckstaedt's?
They are the best values ever shown
in the tri-citfes.
An immense line of new dining
room and parlor tables just received
at G. O. Huckstaedt's at prices that
make competition green with envy.
To our patrons and friends: We
take pleasure in calling your special
attention to our Kaster opening on
the 27th and 28th of March. black
burn & Co.
Ladies, you can see more imported
pattern hats at Mrs. C. C. Hodges'
Kaster opening than ever shown by
any milliner west of Chicago. Wait
We hope to be favored by your
firesence and inspection at our 'mil.
inery opening Wednesday and
Thursday, March 27 and 2-. Black
burn & Co.
For a perfect baker, fine workman,
ship, beautiful appearance and in
teresting price, examine the "Jewel"
stove or Uange at Allen, Myers &
Co'fl., opposite the Harper house.
China and Japan mattings of the
very latest importations are coming
in daily at G. U. Huckstaedt's.
They are being sold at lower prices
than you can get inferior qualities
for at other places.
Supper from 6 to 8 o'clock Tues
day evening. March 26, at the Firt
M. . church for 25 cents, after
which there will be a short program
and ice cream and cake. Come and
enjoy a social evening.
At St. Anthonv's hospital yester
day afternoon, Drs. Hol'ovrbuh,
Plummer and Cotnegys amputated
the right foot of William KeiUev, of
Milan, above the ankle, tne opera
tion being due to blood disease.
We are really sorry fir W. H. Jor
dan who is trving to be elected alder
man in the Third ward, but on the
whole be will be spared the humilia
tion of coming down with such a dull
tnua as treit xruroeuer nas exper
That was an arduous task which
the Union undertook in commending
the qualifications of Mr. lilnlel for
city clerk, and it no doubt fects
ereatlv relieved after the effort. We
heartilv sympathize with the Union
in its unenviable position.
The remains of the late Mrs. Jacob
Evans, which were Feb. 25 deposited
in Cbippianock vemctery, will tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock be con
signed to tinal rest in Dixon cerae-
terv, near Sears, with services to
which friends are invited.
A thing of beauty is a joy for
ever. Locate right at the beginning,"
writes one citizen oa the margin of
the petition to the countv board on
the court house frontage and he is
not impelled entirely !v Fcllish mo
tives in the sentiment, cither.
Our Populist, a new weekly publl
cation issued by the Populist Pub
lishing company. ot which 1. 11. Kllis
is editor, (1. 11. Biancbard associate
editor and K. J. Caverly solicitor,
has made its appearance. The day
of publication is to be Saturday.
It is sufficiently hard upon tho tax
payers ot the city to be compelled to
car the expense of a special e.'ection
in the First ward to gratify Bladel's
ambition to be city clerk, without
having to to'crate him in the latter
oQice. It is given out, in the case of
Highest Ilonsrs-World'5 Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Um Ammor.ii, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
bis election an event highly im
probable, however that one of his
relatives is to assume management of
Snpt. McKeever has an invitation
to Rock Island county teachers from
Snpt. C. L. Sucksdorf. of Scott
county, to attend a coarse of 5-days
lecturing by distinguished scholars
on subjects instructive to teachers,
to be given by the Teachers associa
tion beginning March 25.
Sometime ago Louis Mohr began
proceedings for separation from his
wife, whom he charged with a seri
ous crime. Now she has followed
suit, and asks that the court sever
her matrimonial relations, which
have been miserable and unbeara
ble, her husband being the aggressor
in quarrels, which have often re
silled disastrously to her once rr
ceiving two broken ribs. H. A.
Weld represents Mrs. Mohr. It will
be remembered the couple eloped last
November and were married at Mar
The entertainment given last even
ing at the First M. E. church by the
Rovs Brigade, was well patronized.
and was a success in every respect.
A nicely arranged program was ren
dered in an admirable and pleasing
manner. It consisted of "The
Knight's Drill'" by the brigade, pa
triotic reminiscenses by Judge Searle
and William McL'onochie, readings by
Misses Jessie Bogue and Grace Brom
ley; vocal solo. Miss Lucy Coyne;
music, Burris family; recitation.
Master Virgil Jacobs, and a tableaux,
"Manvaunts." by several yonng
ladies. Refreshments were after
THE MORTUARY RECORD.
Deaths of Mr. Eva Scbllllnser and Henry
Mrs. Eva Schillinger died at
10:50 this morning at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Gustave
Stengel, 1211 Fourth avenue.
aed 87 vears, 9 months and
days. Rheumatism and ma
turity were the direct cause of death.
She had resiaed in Rock Island for
42 years, her husband dying in 1893.
She is survived bv six children: Mrs.
iuafav Stengel, Mrs. Anton Ecker-
mann, of this city; Mrs. Bartusch,
Fudora, Kan; Martin Schillinger.
Moline, and Jacob and Christian.
Itock Island. The funeral will be
held at 2 o'clock Mondav afternoon
from Mr. Stengel's residence. Her
life was as full of good deeds as as
Henry Schmielaus the ex-saloon
keeper, died at 9 o'clock this morn
having been taken suddenly ill last
evening. He was 37 years of age and
leaves a wife and two children. The
funeral will occur from the residence,
2702 Vine 6treet, at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon, and will be in charge
of the German Krankenve rein and
Ladies Knights of Honor.
William Asav, a brother of Dr.
J. E. Asav, of this citv, died at his
home in Andalusia this morning of
pneumonia, aged about 40 years. He
leaves a wife ami children.
Herbert Willi Attempts larceny at the
V. M. C. A.
Herbert Willis, a-wcll dressed and
neat appearing fellow, giving his
home as Clinton, 111., was caught
searching clothes belonging to mem
bers who were taking athletic exer
cise at the T. M. C. A. last evening,
by Henry Hansen. The latter was
preparing to take a bath, when his
attention was attracted by a sneak
ing or tip-toe walk in the hall. He
looked out over the transom of
the bath room and discovered a
stranger busily engaged in rilling the
clothes in a room across the hall.
When approached bv Mr. Hansen,
the fellow pretended that he was go
ing to take a bath, becoming mrtig
nant and abusive when accused of
pocket-picking. Willis has visited
the rooms once or twice before, evi
dently for the purpose of familiariz
ing himself with the surroundings,
Officer Dumbald was telephoned for
and hustled him to headquarters
This morning Magistrate Schroeder
bound him over to the circuit court
under $100 bonds. Willis gave as
his vocations telegraph operating and
tailoring. He says he has a wife and
mother, who would be heart-broken
when hearing of his crime a strong
sympathetic racket, but it didn't go,
Stepban Pleads tiuilty.
Joseph Slephan, the photograph
enlarger, who worked a number of
our people on the strength of cre
dentials of the Chicago Washingion
Art studio, plead guilty this morning
to a charge 01 swindhDg and was
bound over by Magistrate Schroedtr
in the sum of f 100.
Supposed Burclars Capta.ed.
Two fellows answering the descrip
tion 01 burglars who robbed II. 15.
Frazier's clothing store at Viola,
were arrested yesterday in Daven
At the V.M. C. A.
There will be meetings at the Y.
M. C. A. everv erening next week
commencing at 7:30 o'clock, this
time being observed as a special week
of praver. The meeting tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 will be conducted
by Geueral Secretary lilakslee. There
will be orchestral music, and singing
bv a picket quartet. The new bvmn
book will be used for the first tiae
Cloud t and threatening todar, but
little or no rain; clearing tonight
fair Sunday; considerably colder
Sunday and Saturday night; brisk
southerly wiads. . Today s tempera
ture, du. 1. i. niu, Observer.
DIED FROM A DRUG.
Gaarg-a Ballsy Takes am Oswrstoaw of Laad
George Bailey, an tndolent and
dissipated character, died at the po
lice station at 1 o'clock this after
noon from the effects ot an
overdose of laudanum. In a
a dirty, barren room upstairs at
2012 Second avenue, he was found
wrapped in an old quilt, lying on the
floor, undergoing intense agony, last
evening, by Edward Francis, the ex
pressman, who occupies the lower
portion of the house. The police
were notified and took Builey to the
ttat'on where Dr. Sa'a succeeded in
partly reviving him from the stu
per produced by the laudanum, an
empty bottle so" labeled lying at his
side in the room where he was found.
Bad Heart Disease.
Bailey has suffered with heart
troubles, and it is the supposition
that he sought relief in the drug, an
overdose of which he administered.
It is the general belief that the man
did not take the medicine with sui
cidal intent, the theory of heart
trouble being verified this morning
upon examination by Dr. Sala. Bai
ley went to his room Thursday after
noon, and was not seen leaving it
until found by Francis, who was at
tracted by his groaning and appar
ent suffering. Bailey did not regain
consciousness, but sank gradually
until relieved by death. He was a
man whose family has had nothing
to do with him for some time.
t.S. Mall Contractor.
E. A. Chilton, of London. Ky..who
has received the contract for carry
ing the mails in this city for four
years from the first of next July, is
here with the intention of subletting
the work. Mr. Chilton is an exten
sive mail contractor, having been
the successful bidder in several of
the larger cities, a tour of which he is
now making with a view 1o making
the necessary arrangements for the
fulfillment of his obligations.
Forsn-A i.aot-s pease ixquiRS at
l". 8 engineer office.
WASTED-TWO T1SI .Hl?t ROOMS FOR
lucLt boo w keen! a. At dress ibis
FIR BNT-TfH?SMU LHOr-EFEOESTLY
vacated by Capt. Ttumpson, No. USi Second
WASTED-A FEW FIRST CLA9 BOARD
i. Gentleman preferred. No.3ft.V Fourth
AVTO A (VH)t) TOOK AT MRS. HBSRY
11; second .reoue. Wocc tSI
ilTATP!-A C'OK AND SKCN! IRL.
" li quire ot Xrs. Frsuk Mister. 23 Twen-
t e'ti -trret.
WANTED A. 1. OIL SALFSMKN AT OS" B.
V Encl. H.niD. Tee Pacini Refining Co.,
;CR RENr A FLAT OF SEYSN POOM3
over H'ake & .tiurihr's. Apply at V. Uau-
rer'n. 317 iueteea 11 street
WANTFD A COMPETENT ni"L FOR GES
ml bnneework. Vrs. J ho Cmbaucb. cor
ner Ttiird aveue aurt Xii.tn st-eet.
Oft REST- FLAT OF FIVE RO'M IS
100I or trni event rnn ai d Twenty
rth street. Apply t 4 Oo fifth atenue.
r R RtNT-4 ELEGANT BRICK STORK
I snd hasemi-nt reti Anen'S' a B k t on
rem. si lemliu location for nr-im s ore or any ra- r-
a' tile t'um.eiK. tnqi're rf Angu-tans B ok
Cm cern, or .'. U. TauU, 4 16 Fcut u avenue, ilo-
I?OR FES" BtRX'K SHOP AND BATH
r Trtm rear AnirutD Bok Concer". Dlen-
1id 'ocstton fur r;gbi man App:v to An. nutans
puna concern, ore (. xnuiin, 3B rourtn ave-
CEVENTY-riYE DOLLAR A
I t-i lsdi uid eents to ve'l ths
Wa.hrr Washe tid or1 ttiem in two vain-
ntes without writing-trie hard, be expcri- nce
ne -s-sry: trip at ii:n : Drnnat.ni o- suion,
Artc1r- w. r Hairwvn Je --. Clerk fio. 14,
ItlllT DO PJOPLB COMPLAIN OF HARD
V tfme. ben any woman or nian can alike
from f to f 10 a dav eily. All bare beard of t
cnierful ancestor the imax Uib natlier;
yei many are apt to think they can't make money
telling it : but atiore ran make mot y. becanw
verv family wanN one. One arent has made
liTS in the a-t three monthr. a ler pa ing all
exn tstand s'tenoini: to rehear Dael:,e. oe-
sid.p. Yoa don't hve to cany; as soon as
tieoute no you have it f r aate ibey send for a
dish waher. Address ihe climax Mftr. Co., 45
burr ve., ColumUm, Ohio, for particulars.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
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Have been fully tested and their
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It has been proved that Ty
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Diphtheria and other Zymotic
Diseases are chiefly caused by
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This Filter makes the most foul
water Wholesome and Good.
FOB SALE BT
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Where all is
A pcrartnal f cart of nectar'd i-w.-e t.
Where no crude surfeit rc pros." Mil'on.
RKLL & MATH have
just such a place as
the title or heading of this
ad. Step in and take a look
at their stock and you will
say as all others have said:
Oh. what a Palace of Sweets!
CHICAGO VS. ROCK ISLAND
Chicago may have bigger
stores than Krell & Math, but
none are cleaner, or where
better Confectionery or Bak
ery Good are sold. Inthisre
spect, at least. Rock Island
stands shoulder to shoulder
with Chicago. It naturally
follows, therefore, if cleanli
ness and quantity are items
to you, tile place to go is
KRELL & MATH'S
Where at any time you can
get the finest of Ice Creams,
Fruit Ices or Party Supplies
on short notice. We are af
ter your trade on Home
Made Candies, and we want
you to step in and try our
Caramels we make a spe
cialty of them, using noth
ing but pure rich cream and
sngar in making them. We
claim and know that there
is not as fine a Caramel made
in the three cities. Try
them when down town.
KRELL & MATH,
Confectioners and Bakers,
1718 and 1118 Seeoad Av.
The improved Sanfloiv
And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-Ahde
SWEET, ORR & CO. PANTS for Men.
These are the Best Made Trousers in the Land.
We have just received a large shipment of both these celebrated
makes, and in order to thoroughly introduce these lines we have
placed on Sale
500 Pairs of the $1.00 quality Sandow Pants at 50c
200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co.. $3 50 Pants at $2.50
Mc in tyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Special Silk Event Bargains Extraordi
nary. ThToagh unasoa dilffienee and superb pood fartntie, oar Silk bnTST
now in New York, has secured more exceiMtonai fa'rains for onr open
ing ilk al than are nana ly placed b. fre the ptblle in an entire res.
so. Mlk is sepresM th s year of all o hers, sad lbs market ts adrauc
n g raoidly in pr ce every day. We bvre used the exp'ess freely to place
on oarconnt. rs tie eidvrdia silk array which will feet too this week.
Few merchant ha the nerve 10 t dee ly cut the prices of choke
goods like tbee at the very ootetof the season, but It m oar way and
you reap the efit. Once frone. many of tbm b.rsslns that we offer at
taie sale cannot be replaced, even at a larger advance io price.
10 0 yards cf Printed India and China wash silk, very snperlor
Cloth, patterns copied from the higbeot priced imported silar, per
yard, Oue dtesa leugta to a customer.
M) yard, of fancy Ktikl silks, cheap at 48c. while they last only tSc.
Owing ,oth elio'ce styles and superior quality of thee KalkTe (quite
unlike th as u-ualljr rn the market! we are rslacUntly compelled to
limit the quantity one waist pattern, 6 yards to a customer, per
Fancy Japanese crepe silks, worth 9Sc, as a flyer, at 67 c. They
will go awful quick.
Taffeta and China plisse silks la a dossn d'fferent styles, from the
world famous aouse of James Mercery A Co., leaders of exclusive
At 73c, all ov.r net effects, worth fl IS.
At 8!-ic check effects, cheap at Jl.SS.
At 83c, fancy black and white check Ljonalse taffeta, neat end very
At 9Sc. Imported Persian silks, worth 1 45
At 93c, Persian taffeta silks, worth (1 ..
It Pays to Buy the Best
Don't BUY a
We close at 6:?0 evenings
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Buck's Steel Ranges
Bakes quicker, bakes more evenly, has
greater capacity, uses less fuel, burns
coal or wood, and lasts longer than
any other style of Cooking Apparatus.
As there are so many imitations"
time, patience and money to buy
you have seen a Buck's
At 9Br. to d'fferent stylet and colorings, fancy taffetu. none worth
less 1 ban (1 tS.
At 73S4e. ts tyles and colorinws, tt-lnch India silks ia French pat
At ft 4b extreme Imported novelties, ycry ftjlt-b. and tandaotM:
McCrecry ge t (S for ths stma.
Very special price for this silk sale. Ererylhltg mw. Re'iabte
gooda at leaa than the price of trah.
Black peas de role, excellent quality, should be f l.Sc.
Black pcau de sle, C should be SI. Si.
Black XT is grain, all ailk. 5?4c c'leip at Tic
Black gros griin, gaaranteed not to crack, 77!4a,yoa nrually pay SI.
B ack faill , stricUy all silk, 77e.
Black India si t, soft and cxil, Sc. was 'o 1 are been a Z9s leader.
And many wors Itraw which jam ma t corns in to ree. Some ot the
aVrre lota cannot powibly last lo jg, and when gone none can m dupli
es ed at prices q io:ed.
Stick a Pin in Here.
ST-Incb (note the width) fancy India silks, 7 styles, at TtVic; would
be a bargain at $1.
About 4'0 yards (all there was In the lot. extra qcalltv of cloth,
printed India siiks, er yard, c regular BOc leider. A limit of one
dres4 leoath Ui a customer.
KlegantMffeUai.klnblgllneof plain colorings, aery snitable for
linlufs or Skirls.
few plaid e!lkoeirg placed on sale as fast a rece'eed. Wears
hnwirg tbenew Yictona plaid. Cbo.ce styles in .-laid Mlks are hard to
secar s at any pr ce.
offered. It is a wiste of
an inferior Range.
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
U y-iV) l-PERFECT I (Jfl U
1 . aw f
SAND0Vv'S PERFECT PANTS"
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN,
WARRANTED WOT TO RIP.