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THTC ARRHR. SATURDAT. MARCH 30. 1835.
Why are Dolly Bros1, alwtygbusj?
Don't forget the special shoe sale
at Dolly Broi'.
Aak to see onr 11.85 line of men
shoes Dolly Bros.
J. H. Bellows has gone to Chicago
on an extended visit.
New line of shirt waists just in at
bommers L.avene s.
Read the big adv. of Mrs. C C.
Hodges on first page.
Ad immense line of knee pants at
bommera e Leue s.
Vote for Fred K. Bastian for con
gressman Tuetday next.
Something very tony in gentle
men s snoes at ai. at & s.
Magistrate Schroeder collected
fine amonntiDg to $41.60 daring
The mot genteel line of negligee
shirts in the citv at Sommers & La
Velle's. The "Duchess" pnt and overalls
are the best on'T at rommers & La
Velle's. Don't fail to see the Waiter's Dr .H
Tuesday evening at the First Baptist
TrySommers & LaVelle for a hat
from the lowest to the best they guar
antee a tit.
James Tate and Miss Lena Ernest,
of Iowa City, were married yesterday
by Joi-tice Weld.
Deputy Collector Lamont's receipts
for the week were 1181.90; for the
The spring styles are now in, and
if you are looking for style, you'll
find it at M. & K's.
Dick Colemere has plenty of min
nows for sale at his place near Sie
ghartner's ice house.
To buy from So miners & LaVelle
means to get the best and newest
goods at the lowest price.
Why does everybody want a Col
ombia bicycle? Because they know
they are th best, consequently the
Easter opening Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday n- xt week'at Mrs. C.
CJ. Hodges. Head big ad. on first
page this issue.
The line of men's and boys' suits
Sommers & LaVelle are showing sur
pas anything you ever saw as to
prices and style.
Give McIIugh your order for a Col
ombia bicycle as soon as possible as
they are behind on orders. First
come, first served.
The Oakd ale c' in gave one of it
delightful dancing parties at Canto's
hsll lat evening. About thirty
couples were in nllt-mtauve.
The election ticke s will be 'eady
for delivery Monday, when clerks
and judges are requested to call for
them at he city clerk's ofliee.
Social by the Junior B. Y. P. U. at
the First Baptist church Tuesday
evening. April 2. Interesting pro
gram. Waiters' Drill. Refreshment.
Their linu of junior, eefer, jere.
combiiimi n and kilt suits cap' i vale
the eye, and prices within reach of
ever vme at Summers & LaVelleV
.4s elect inn day apprraehet it lie.
conies more an-l more evident, tha
t'le o l eamlidaie on the republican
ticket wIid is sure of elect on i 4.
Maj. L. M. Buford. who has b en
indisposed lor a day or two, was able
to be up town for a few minute thi
morning, but is not yet feeling like
The Fifth war lers are anxious to
arrange for a game of ba-e hall at a
near date, and are prepared to meet
any nine in the city. Robert Cox is
Strange that Phil ami Steve should
be so much alie as the Union makes
them out regarding things. They'll
have more reason te think alike
after the election.
W. J. Egan has the management of
the Eastern Star Yeast company in
this locality, being furnished with a
neat and attractive waon, which
made its appearance today.
As a citizen suggested today, pre
sumably the cause of the Union's
painful silence regarding the repub
lican ticket is that it considers the
least said about it the better.
M. J. Budlong. representing the
Columbia bicycle, will be at Me
Hugh's office for a few days and will
be pleased to see anyone wanting to
purchase a Columbia bicycle.
At lea-t Frank Knox will be sure
of some occupation after next Tnes
dav. He will no doubt be asked to
administer the last sad offices over
the political bier of Messrs. Oberg
ami Si n net
rti pubSie si'b miN suspended yes
ternsjv fr ln meek, in on, rv -nce
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
a. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
am Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
of the Easter vacation. The pnpils
of all the rooms in No. 5 had enter
taining exercises, aa did some of the
Ordnance Sergeant Patrick Farrell.
now under instruction at Rock Island
arsenal, has been ordered to Fort
Moultrie, South Carolina, to relieve
Ordnaaen Sergeant James Gilberaon,
who will go to Fort Monro. Va
The Collnm saloon, at 2524 Fifth
avenue, has been purchased by John
Costello. an old refreshment dispen
ser who has been employed at the
place for some time. Jack took pos
session today, and would like to see
all his old friends.
Supt. S. Edwards, of the U. S. en
gineers' office, leaves Monday for
Quincy to start ont on the U. S
steamer. Coal Bluff, and fleet for the
season's work. Mrs. Edwards leaves
for Keokuk to spend the summer
with her parents.
Frank U. Carpenter, the famons
Washington correspondent, arrived
in the city thia morning and this
afternoon "is delivering at Harper's
theatre his stereopticon lectnre on
Japan under the auspices of the
The remains of Mr. and Mrs. S.
N. Conover's 10 year-old daughter
Mamie, who died of diphtheria Jn
11. will be taken from the vault at
Chippiannock for interment at 2
o'clock t morrow artern -on. Rv
K. T. Sweet will conduct services at
At the Y. M. C. A. Rev. W. II.
Steckle will speak this evening at
7:30 at the young men's meeting.
Snndav at 3:30 Henry X Hansen will
conduct the services, and Rev. F. W.
Merrell will speak. Good singing
from the new book. Every young
The term "bovcott petition" which
the Union applies to the resolutions
submitted by the different labor
unions to the county board protest
ing against special favors to S. J.
Collins, no doubt explains the reason
that the Union relused to publish
them when submitted 1 1 it.
Joseph Guttsweiler will take pos
session of the Ohlweiler saloon on
Second avenne Monday morning
His reputation for conducting an
r erly and first class wet goods
depot is known, and he would
be pleased to have all his friends call
on him. Lunch will be served from
9 to 12.
William Westholm. a lad employed
by M. Krohn, the florist, had bis left
wrist fractured thia morning while
currying a horse, the animal sud
denly backing and pushing the boy's
arm against the side of the barn with
such force as to break it. Dr. J. R.
Hollowb'ish was summoned to reduce
Cornelius Donovan, democratic
candidate for supervisor in South
Rock I land, is confined to his home
with a sprained ankle and is there
fore unable to give his canvass the
attention he won d like to. but his
friends are sparing no effort to coun
teract the advantage his opponent is
taking of these circumstances.
BEAT THE TRAIN DISPATCHER.
This Operator Cw4 to Get Sleepy and Had
the Locomotive Wall Him.
Operators who keep lonely vigil at
night in little out of the way railway
stations lead lives which are anything
but enviable. The usual honrs are from
7 p.m. until 7am., and how those 13
weary hours drag only a man having
had experience knows.
On most railroads a night man at
way stations must report to tho dis
patcher's office by wire as often as once
an hour in order that the dispatcher
may know th.-t sleep has not overcome
the seuses of vie louely "owl." Now
this very necessary thing sleep is tlia
most bitter enemy the "owl" has to
contend with, bnt tho manner in which
he indulges it is sometimes amusing, to
say tho least
All sorts of contrivances to serve as
an "eye opener" are conceived by tho
knights of the key, but the iugenions
ncss of a man who a few years ago
"held down" a night station on the
Fithhnrg road raps the climax.
From the time of his first taking the
position he was the source of more an
noyance to the dispatcher becanso of
his little "naps" than all the other op
erators combined. So after having been
"hauled over the coals" innumerable
times 'and the promise that the next
offense meant dismissal Mr. "Owl" be
gan to think.
Taking a stout cord and fastening it
to the outer rail of the track in front of
his window, he ran it through a hole
into the office. Then perching himself
upon a table he tied the cord around his
waist, closed his eyes and slept on "with
ont a care for the morrow."
When the first train came bowling
into the station, the cowcatcher of the
engine came in contact with the cord at
tached to the rail, and Mr. "Owl" sud
denly found himself lying on the floor
isT tnis metnod ne was always on
hand to report the arrival and departure
of trains, and the dispatcher id Boston
wondered how it was that Mr. "Owl"
had become so prompt- Telegraphers
Herbivorous animals do not eat all of
nature's menu. The horse refuses the
water hemlock that the goat eats with
aridity, and. on the other hand, the
g.iat refuses some plants that are eaten
by the sheep. The tobacco plant is
avoided by all save the goat, man and
the tobacco worm. Some botanists think
that no plant is absolutely poisonous,
but only relatively so, being harmful to
cuiy certain animals
That scrofulous taint which has
been in vour Mood for rears, will be
expelled by taking Hood'a Sarsapa-
rina, me great 0100a partner.
The Jmdg aad thm Cjcliat.
A Jocular cyclist, well known in the
Copenhagen sporting world, had to an
swer a summons for riding on the foot
path leading to Lyngby church. The
judge thundered ont the words, "Yon
have been cycling on the Lyngby chnrch
The cyclist nodded assent
"Yon will have to pay a fine of 4
Tha accused took four coins ont of
his pocket and laid them on the bar.
"Bnt tell me, your worship, have
Prince Waldemar and Princess Marie
permission to cycle on the path in ques
tion?" The judge rubbed his nose.
"Urn! No, certainly not Is this your
"Yes, your worship, and my last,"
answered the culprit
"Well, then, I will let yon off with
a caution thia time."
Our cyclist gathered np bis money,
made bis bow and walked off. But
when be had got to the door the judge
called out to him:
"Hello, yon there, did yon actually
see Prince Waldemar and Princess
Marie riding on that path?"
"I? No, your worship," replied the
cyclist, with a twinkle in his eye, and
was gone. -Handelstidningcn.
?0 "M.'-PCG TOPS 515 S. VK3T-
. teentb etrset.
JOB SALE MATCH TEAM.
Way Co., ei
R SALE A CANOPY-TOP 8CRRT. IS-
quire ailTO, Sixt a avenue.
WASTED A BOC4E AJtU LOT OR LOTS.
ut app v r.iur horses on une. Ac dm
'.. B." a, av Office.
WAXTRDOSK OR TWO mtTTRSlBHED
loom at 01.ee. State price aaa adtiress.
Cslv a, 107 Ihireetih e;ret.
lCI MS -1 FLAT OF 8EYN OOM8
over Biaka a Stun hya, Apply at V. Dam
her'. 317 N lueteen h at reel
ANTRD A COMPETENT GI'L FOR GEx
v rral housework. rs. J ho Crcbaugh. cor
ner Third svet.ne ani Ninth atieei.
. OR t.K MT IX ROOM IOTTA4C AT
1139 Ta rd tvenn : ev otninc la beat of con
ditio. Appb of JohnO lweiWr Jr.
FIR RENT THE DOrSE W TH LL etOD
cr improvements. 04 Second .venae, re
cently vacate-t by Opt. Thimtwoa. Aply to
HuS neco-d avenue.
FOR SALE-OWING TO A DEM RE To LO
caw in Ariz a, I o'er for sale my arocey
hnio.. ei.hlihei at 10M twl Front meet,
Davenport. Iowa. F. Grnsiingrr
WASTED -A FEW EXERGRTTC CAN
vanem ei'hcr vex. to nell to famlli a an ar
ticle wbick nearly all bny. Good pay and steady
woik. Appl at 11) i bird avenue, city.
TWLVK DOLLARS A 'T TO AGENTS
aellioK the Knal white mrtal pN'er or tak
ni o ovr I r n I f T ade a- cre'a formulas,
receipt, etc, fiimi-h d free A g od aentran
aiake two h p.UOpi fir . itb the Koyal
!'.t,r For rm, etc, aiidresa Urar A to.,
Plating vt orks. Com . baa, Ohio.
iS. BY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF HARD
V time, ben anv woman or man can mike
from $5 10 CIO 1a rily. AH have h ar l of t
ourj erfaiauecrs. of tbe imx Di h Wanher;
ye mi'ir re apt to ibink they can't make mona
gcllinir it bni aui one ran make mo vy. becanae
- ver family want one. One agent baa made
478 38 in the .-t three month, a ier pa iDg all
eip 1 se- and a'tenin ( r iu buei " be
id e. Yon .'on't hiv 'o canvaea; aa eonn aa
people no yon hive It f r eale lh-y wend for a
dlah v ah'r. Addree ibe (imax M'e. Co., 4&
Stair vt:., CiluaDna, Ohio, lor particulars.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Koom 4, Mitchell A Lynde h'ntr
Mrs. S. Smith,
1UUUI Ull ill UUUUb
180 fecund Vve
RO K ISLAND.
Is a Chance
CUT OUT THIS ADVER
TISEMENT AND RETURN
TO US WITH FIVE CENTS
AND RECEIVE A BOOK
CONTAINING FROM EIGHT
TO FIFTEEN PIECES OF
CLASSIC MUSIC, BOTH VO
CAL AND INSTRUMENTAL.
Wooiyatt liusic Ecnss
1717 SECOND AVE,
N. B. Or send ns four two
cent stamp ant we will
mail the book to you.
I ' - i I
I WATtRTaXtR 1 I
Ji . ra
Tt.imma waww ti
The Celebrated Zanesville
STONE - WATER - FILTERS
Hare been fully tested and their
merits established as possessing
every practical adaptation for
family use, rendering the most
impure and foul rain, river or
hydrant water free from all or
ganic matter, gases, taste or
It has been proved that Ty
phoid Ferer. Cholera. Diarrhoea.
Diphtheria and other Zymotic
Diseases are chiefly caused by
drinking impure water.
This Filter makes the most foul
water Wholesome and Good.
for sale bt
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Where all is
A perptoal feart .f nectar'd awet.
Where no erode surfeit re-gns." Mllloa.
RELL & 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. In this re
spect, at least. Rock Island
stands shoulder to shoulder
with Chicago. It naturally
follows, therefore, if cleanli
ness and quantity are items
to you, the place to go is
KRELL & MATH'S
Where at any time yon can
?et th finest of Ice Creams,
ruit Ire nr Party Supplies
on short notice. We are af
ter your trade on Home
Hade Candies, and we want
yon to step in ami 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.
Confectioners and Bakers,
1716 uu4 lilt Sooad Aw
And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-Made
SWEET, ORR & CO. PANTS for Men.
1 hese 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 S1.00 quality Sandow Pants at 50C
200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co.. $3.50 Pants at $2.50
Mclntyre-Reck py Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Too. kxow onrmnslin nnderwear surceases of last rear O ir plaa,
bltbeno unws Sere rfrtvingjiir va'aea for JSC. 1 valoce for fide,
S1.S0 values for SI. f S valoe lor l tS aid fija ha asads then tale
events to looked forward to and ailed for. Th-s sear we ehall im
ply outdo anv prcrlou a'tewipta and place on ear e-vnters ra--n values,
the results f the taoet earefil ee-ch and close bnvloe-. w.ll ring la
the b.rgam market for m y a lotg day. We can't -pecify every gar
ment, every it-ja yo ought to see and kave Read tbia advertisement
earefa ly;it will pay, and pay well, then come Is and sse big values at
When we amy thw yon can bny eight rows of good nnelin st only
C wurth a e and SSc we aae Jttv what we say. Whew ws oger
nandaoni rofflsa and embroidered gowns of good mnslis st 80e. tbe real
price of 'which aboard be tl. we are folly p-epsred to hack np tbe oger.
Asd still bet eropea work emwrolderv, tma troa effects, round yoke,
elaborately tacked end trimmed gowns at TSr. which would be reasona
ble enough at si ss Oowna at fl. tl.lS, fl.ts. 1.W. te-. each and
every one of which we guarantee exceptional Tame aad wnch below
All styles inclosing the new very wide rklrta with dee? Spanish
fl Mince, very shapely annents We mentka In partleolsr.
At SSc. excellent moaiia eklrta with cambric BouBcea. eaaily a SOc
At 90r, heme tched and embroidery uimrned, best workmanship,
good for T5c to 87c
At TV. st lea which nnght to he $1 and Sl.18.
At SSc, akirte worth l.i, $18 and Sl.4.
From a nnmher of va'ne we name a full H. 8. yoke, lace trimmed
enemies at Sic; others at higaer prices.
It Pays to Buy the Best
Don't BUY a
We close at 6:$0 evenings
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 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
M dosea cover worth baring, only lOr.
IS dosea camhtie corset overs scori tc valne at lSe.
10 doaen corset covers, embroidery trimmed, voa woa'd think tbeat
350, bat they will be lc
A varieiy of styles at lie. we picked them from lines at S sad .
Some of the SOc valeea had to iro to Bake th line at S2c
The cr aja of the SS- and 8c values, tigb and luw Dttk in a variety
of naake. tbe line we sell at Sve.
S'egaat st les in lace and embroidery. One mcalin or cambric at SOc.
At SSe and Stc choice styles (a hemstitched. rolBcd and tacked ef
fects, good muslin, worth Sc and 5ic.
At 49c handsosMly akade eannenta 1e brtnatitehed. clas'er tack
and fine embroidery trim, tbe Sc 6 and 73; values. Better and loer
drawers at almost any pries.
10 dozsa drawers, clatter tack, excellent muslin. 19c, easily a SSc
For children 90 rl rates st 15c, tic and 10c, wll made waists of satin
jean and worth from sMc to SJo.
NEW SPRING WRAPPERS.
At (Ac pointed yoke raffle, trimmed good, for SSc.
At bSc, navy ant black t rounds, full tonnd oke and ruine, a tl.SS
At SSc large sleeve, stylishly made and fiuinhed. worth all of Sl.tt
and SI .88
At tl .18, fancy apring style, pleated round yoke, ruffled and braid
trimmer, worth S1SS.
At $1 4s. fine saline finished nrtnts, sboulder rvpelcts, braid trim
med, new styles, wsueau pleat iu back, naually tl-SS.
offered. It is a waste of
an inferior Range.
- 1811 Second Avenue.
SANDOW'S PERFECT PANTS
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED NOT TO RIP.