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THE AJtSUB. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1898.
r m Bay
Fair tooifht aad probably fair
TYiredey . colder
Tne atwjperatar has ri Id the
ntrsi seeiiowa. bat pwril fall
hat neeunett ta tha l.irky Mountain
ration and ovr uva seaae to the east-
L Today 't temperaf . re. XL 1
O. K. Bcjtt. Ooeamr.j
Call tor Kiaahip cigars.
Hat aala at Byrnes A Co's
Boy a home of Reidy Broe".
l :.? Broe .open this eveaiag.
R. G Sn minor for stove repairs.
Lee's Utile Gem is the bMt broom.
Look pleasant aad inokt Kiaahip
Uood roll butler 15 reals a poaad
letter, bat It ii reported now to emi
; nate frooi Wei! street.
The Molina city council ia moving
I in tna direction of baring tbe Tri-
Citj Railway street car tracks re-
moved from Fourth avenue to Fifth
' at enue batwean Tbirteanth and
Seventeenth street", that city. A
committee of tbraa and the mayor
baa Nei appointed to confer with
ibe Tri City Railway company with
a view at having tbe track reaoved
$14) worth of India art pood and
curios will be on eibibition and sale
at the Methodist church tomorrow
evening. There will be on band em
broidcred lunch anl tray cloth
piano u J table rovers, cobra candio-
' stick rrticles of carved wood, rui.
, pmiers. toe and fieger rings, brect
' . fans, aaa, R ft Hobb will lee
tare at o'clock on India, aad the
; Voyage or th reiief ship. Admi
aio'a only 10 cent. The exhibit will
. ba open at 7 o'clock.
The scow nsllmg of aleifhin? par
ties at clht hx tKcn indulged in bv
RIVERSIDE STOVES and RANGES
Contains Every Desirable
Feature of Modern
Two galloa pall of sjrup
at H it n
Ask him if ho keep Kiathip tha
hoot $-aat cigar.
r.h bread, throe loaves for 10
oeata at I MHTaV
Uedermaslla bergeias that are aa
matched at MoCeae's.
Caah paid for old gold aad silver
at Brookmeaa's. Twentieth strew,
l.atet aoveltiee ia spriag saitiags
at Rag lie's sale of tha lloppa stock. ,
Tha greatest maslla aadergermenl
aala of tha period this week at Me
Cahw's. Miss Bat Normoyle. of Chiaasro,
arrtvad last sveaiag for a v. sit ia
Mloe l.ily Jaage gave a ploaeaat
slelghrldiag party to a cumber of her
frleads last ovealag.
r iaa aow liae t select from at tba
old Hoppe stand. Skiaaer block.
Gue taglia. maaeger.
Mr and Mr. C melius Many aad
family, of Rnriagtoe, are visitiag
with Mr. aad Mrs. C. W. H rt n
The Her es Who Ssak With tha
Maine," a beautlfal descriptive song
Bay a eopy at Tottea's masic hoaaa.
Mlso Katheriae Archer, of Wilton.
Iowa, is visitiag at the home of
Palioe Sergeaat and Mr. M K. Arch-
Read another mlnmn ' r explana
tion of Taa A rii s ai gursslng coa
test. A ehaaoa to pet a good txx k
Whips, whips. No failure of a
factory, bat the cheapest I it of bagiry
whips this town lie ever known at
The funeral f Mrs. John Haason
will ba held from the Swedish Luth
eran church at I o'clock tomorrow
a f tern n
Charlaa J. kladt. manager of the
Burnt at Davenport, is talked of as
an aidermanic candidate in the Kifth
ward la that etty.
Mrs Kate Collier, deputy supreme
oracle for this district, institute ! a
Royal Nelghh r camp yesterday af
teraooa at Joella.
Bufiry whips for 19 cents, others
would ask j) cants for them; Mc-
Caba's woald usually sell at 3 cants
Balance of this weak 19 cants at Mc
Drop into Gns Kaglia's and sea the
immeaee liae of wooleas from the
old Hoppe stock obos lioppo sold at
high prloes now at mure thaa 36 par
Poa'l ba backward a -it seadmg
la your gaees on the ad c.mtest
It's hard tolliag how maay ads may
he in that dev. aad vour guess msv
ba right though the last oaa in.
The Moliae city ronacll has tec
dared a r te of ibaaks to the city of
Book lalaad aad her Bremen who as
sisted ib eavias: life aod property la
eoaaactioa wlta tha recaat Aaditcr
lam Are ia that aitj.
Joha Brail aad bride have returned
from tketr wedding trip and are
domiciled fir the present at the
home nf Mrs kreU's pereats. Mr
aad Mrs .1 hn Biehl. eraer of
Fighta aveaaa aad Twelfth street.
Bait has hooa bstgua at iHvenport
by the Dndd e SteemNoet ccmpaay
aeataet aerlee t. K n It Krai
Otto. B H Taylor aad William o.
Sobmidt for tha raoovarj ot I1.900
with latereet at tha rata of par
real, alleged to he due as reat apo
the sro u ad kaowa as Maahatta
Tka ramor Is still at that tl
C B.alt system has absorbed U
Mitsnrt Baasas n Tsias. aol that
the two are to ba enas '.i !att uade
the BurllBft. n's maaaffemeat aad
owaerehip The story has been sev
oral timee officially denied by tha
Kinship ft- the yonng hol.nm element In Rock
I Island of late nd the practice has
II rents, en "arner si rr now mat it nan
tweon dangerous for pleasure par
ties of h't kind to go out. Last
nipnt MM member of a sleighing
natfit were struck and painfully in
jured by rloselj packid balls of
enrw Sing by young ruffians unc'.er
covrr of darkness Tba police should
put a atop to tbo avit.
At Trinity rectory at 7:30 last
eveaiag Rev. E. Gee aaited in
marriage Joeph C. Tarkcr and Miss
Lulu L. Borll, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs- Jacob H. Borall of 1.7 Second
street. The bridal couple were at
tesded bv Henry Rorell. of tb's city.
nn bum mtrf Keener, or navcn-1
port. Taa happy cruple will enter ,
at once open tha duties of i
housekeeping on Fourth avenue and
Twenty fanrth street, attended bv :
the best wishes of many friends.
W arren R Roberts, contractor (or
he Rrck Island Modern Woodmen
aildiog. arrived at the Harper this
morning and returns to Chicago to-
tght To an An.i s representative
Mr. K-1 :rt said ho could not tell
how icon operations would begin.
Ha is ready as soon as the architects
ode upon tbe proper season.
When asked as to tbe trouble over
be cutting of the stone, Mr. Koberts
asid it was part of his mission here
talk with Head Clerk Hawcs
In addition to the candidates for
hedsmieratic aidermanic nomina
tion in the Sixth ward, heretofore
published in Th Amirs, B. Birken-
feld is being discussed as possessing
the qualifications for an admirable
representative of the ward. He is
an sxtensive proparty holder in the
ward and bat the confidence or all
who know him. Mr. Btrkcnfeld is
not a candidate in the sense of seek
ing the nomination, but would, it is
thought, accept were tho party to
unite on bim.
!.:. t. the 40 days' season of ab.
licence and abnegation, begins to
day. It is one of the most import
ant perio is In the churches of tha
Koman Catholio and Protestant bpis-
copal denominations. At Trinity
church cf the latter faith. Bev. K.
life, priest in charge, has arranged
for sarvioes daily throughout Lent at
.to and 9 a. m. and 4:15 a. m
ith the exception cf Wednesday
and Friday. Wcdncs lavs the ser
vices are at 7:30 and 9 a. m., the
etening services beiog at the chapel.
on Seventh street and rojrth avenue
at 7:30 when an illustrated sermon
s given. Tonight's topic will be
Christ's Bsptism and Temptation."
Fridays the services will be in the
hurchat9and 10 a. m. and :30
Ik. aw anaaW
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Art in Shoes
JHHIS CUT gives a fai
and graceful lines in
The Celebrated Mottled Stone
Water Filter has bean fully
tested. (Over 300 in use in Rock
Nland) and its merits established
as possessing every practical
adoption for family use, render
ing tha most impure river, well
or rain water free from all or
ganic matter, taste or smell. It
is tbe best Filter on the market.
It purines as well as filters the
water. It is made in four sizes.
Call and examine them.
They are Models of Utility,
Convenience aad Durability.
We have them in all Styles and
sices, and if in need ot a Stove it
will pay you to call and examine
the largest and best stock ot
Stoves and Ranges in the city.
Hlghwst flosiors-World's Fair,
Oasd Medal. M id Inter Fair.
Do You Like
To trade where goods
are fresh and well kept?
Where quality is high
and prices lowf If
you do then our store
is your Mecca. Glance
at the following:
BARBER i WILL ORGANIZE
f aasjai sbsHj
B-rfl.mi r Applet,
D.-:B8ea Chicken ,
1C: Sscal in. Ttlress lISl.
r idea of
one of our
now being shown, in widths from AA to
of the latest style lasts,
18 A FAIMo
Has in stock '98 models
of "Trinity," "Andrae,"
"Clipper" and "Regalia"
lltm hil at I KlH l ulnn to ba
A meetinc is t3 be held at Turner
hall this evening of the barbers of
Bock Island at which a local branch
of tbe Journeymen Barbers' Interna
tional union Is to be formed. W. O.
I'mard. of Memphis, general orean-
ar. is in the ctv fnr that nor nose.
n 1 1 1 I . a
He has been looking the field over. ' i"-qn namoer
February Clearing Prices.
i also carry a
T v e t'reS'
pedals, saddles, chains,
and cycle supplies; we
do nickling and enamel
ing at right prices.
Get Posted in the style
Of Footwear for the Coming Season.
READ WHAT ADAMS HAS TO SAY in regard to same: In ladies
wear the style of toes have not changed materially from the past sea
son, although black goods will be worn somewhat, with the kid and vest
ing tops, yet the beautiful dark shades of tan vici witli combination tops
will be the great leaders for the fashionable folk.
In regard to men's wear, of course the tan
colors will have the predominence over all oth
ers, although for the full dress the patent leath
ers and the black vici stocks will be worn.' Wider
toes will be shown considerable the coming
season, but the happy medium will be most
sought after. We shall be ready the coming
week to show the above styles both in ladies'
and gents' wear, and would be pleased to have
you call and inspect them.
Hie SHf v
Corner Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
HERE'S A GOOD ONE.
Mrs. I'ott's sad Irons, consisting
01 a irons, stand and handle,
not the cheap kind, for 63c
10-qnartTin Flaring Pails 7o
3 quart covered pails . . So
3-quart Tin Coffee Pots lOo
324 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
303 West Third St., Davenport.
Qainlan still gives you opportunities to save much money,
will be money ahead, and get good goods at the same time,
dollar, or order by telephone.
If yon will keep your eye on him you
Cut out this slip and send it with a
All For One Dollar.
1 pound Butter lo
The Best Bean Roaster lc
1 quart Beans lo
1 quart Peas lo
1 quart Saurkraut lc
3 dozen Clothes Pins lo
1 box Stove Polish le
1 quart Cranberries le
1 box Sardines lOo
1 can Baking Powder 26o
1 dozen Piokles 10c
1 quart Hickory Nuts 5e
1 pound Prunes 10c
I pound best Japan Tea Sao
3 bars Soap 7c
QUINLAN'S CASH GROCERY,
1 103 Third Avenue, Rock Island,
feels continent that branches; pstntea inside and out 19e
ill be formed ia each of the three Bread Box 35o
Cities. I Wash Boiler. beavT tin enniMtr
cosumiva 5SS bottom, the $1 kind for 69a
Cordova. Feb 83 Barnard Brown ; Surprise Egg Beater lo
ia noma ;r m uixon roucge on
shr rt vacation.
I.acian Brers and fam-iy. of
bany, have looated at this place.
r.ufeae Benedict arrived home
Taesday mornicg after being dis
charged from the Bock Island caaatt
Mrs. Orcnnel has rmte-t her
farm to I. Boblrsm for the reason,
Mrs. (irenael making her home wi h
her daoghter Mrs W. V. Tew.
We are pleased to learn that H. il
Taveaner has been promoted from
aewsboy to brakomaa of tha C, M.
. St. P. railway, rnaning from Mil
waukee to Rock Island.
Alma, the little 4 -year old daugh
ter of Mr. aad Mrs Erastas William,
aoa. passed away front this life Sat
urday evening, after a short illness
of spinal fever. The funeral took
place from the residence Sunday at
11 a m Rev. Rah officiating.
Pint Tin Caps lo
Nutmeg Grater lc
Machines. Needles. Bells, Oils. etc.
Fall line of Electric supplies.
319 3 Twentieth St
TELEPHONE 4 ON 1342.
Way Down Prices on Overcoats.
GLAD tidings for a few hundred men who hurry,
yet. The cost is lets now t han it ever was 01
Mr. Groundhog hints its beat to hide in something warm for a month or so
or ever will be.
Fine Melton Overcoats, satin lined, French
Facing, all newly made this eeaion,
threfore cat in the latest agony, vulue C A
$12, a bargain at S10, reduced to tpi ,t)U
Melton Overcoats, black or blue, all
lining, worth 812, reduced to
The anders:gncd wishes te Inform
the public that the firm of Baker A
Bleaer has been mataally dissolved,
irank Blener remains ia the bni
cess aad will receive ail monies and
pay all debts of said firm from this
date. Signed. Fkaxk Blbcbk
A HMVS SM
A cold, negl'-1, pneumonia, grief.
Had Foley's lionet aad Tar been
I asd this story woald have had a
1 happier ending. For aala by T. IL
Get yonr blank books.
orandnm books, butcher
books, grocery books,
ceipt books, note hooka,
draft books, typo-writing
paper, carbon paper, type
writer ribbon, filing cases,
ink, pane, and pencils.
Prices the lowest.
tJhms. C. Taylor.
1717 SECOND AVENUE
easy to give such goodness as
$15 Kersey Overcoats
120 Kersey Overcoats
- Reduced to
22 Kersey Overcoats
Easy to quote values not
these garments show.
New styles in Spring Overcoats,
New spring styles in Star Shirt Waists.
Now spring styles in Swelldom Hats, inoluding the cele
brated Knoi, Roelloff and No Name make.
Better goods at the same price or the
price when yon trade at the Big M. & K.
tame goods at a less
Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back.
YEARS THE STANDARD. Tao