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THE JLRGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1899.
The Weather We Mar Ht.
Fair tonight. Increasing ciouaness
Today's temperature is.
J. It. Shcrikb, OberYerJ
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Keidy Bros., real estate.
Buy a Chase Bros, piano.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Bay a Lome of Keidy Bros.
Be wise and smoke Kinship.
For real estate, E. J. Barns,
(let your horses shod at C. V.
ertsons, 4131 Fifth avenue.
Deputy I. K. Kihl collected $2,217.8
in internal revenue last week.
Beardsley & B-iiley are now at their
new location. 217 Eighteenth
Bridge Toll Collector J. B. John
son's receipts for last week were
A meeting of the loard oT regents
of the Fraternal Tribunes is beiDg
Purchase a iot in Black Hawk addi
tion. They are the tinest and cheap
est in me city.
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet at the rectory at 2 o'clock to
Purchase a lot in Black Hawk addi
tion. They are the finest and cheap
est in tne city.
Purchase a lot in Black Hawk addi
tion. They are the linest and cheap
est in tne city.
Billv Trefz, theexpressman, sprung
a newly painted wagon today. It's
No. 8, and a beauty.
The city council, after passing the
pay-roll ordinance last night, ad
journed until next Moaday.
The Chase-Lister company played
"Angle to a well pieaseil audience
at Harper's theatre last night.
John Vjss, at (Jeneseo last Friday
night, threw Fred Walters, a local
wrestler, four times in an hour
Exhibition and sale of line Turkish
and Persian rugs at Clemann & Salz-
mann's during Wednesday and Thurs
day. The large barns and corn cribs on
the old E. P. Reynolds farm, east of
Barstow, were destroved by lire last
A snap in a lot located in the best
block on Third avenue. "The early
bird Rets the worm." Head want
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
$4 per ton, and crushed coke at $4.40,
at the works.
Every Wednesday and Thursday of
April, photos of babies (in arms) at
half price at Smith's, opposite Harper
bouse, Second avenue.
K. Crampton's & Co'?, stock of wall
paper is the most complete in the
city. New spring styles and color
ings just received. Prices the lowest.
Sadie Cline, a wayward girl of IX.
was sent to the Kescue Home at Chi
cago today by Capt. Kuhlman, of the
Salvation Army. The girl is an army
A. Simoyan, of Constantinople,
versed in every kind of rug lore, is
at Clemann & Salzmaun's for a cou
ple of days only. Be sure anil call
and see the magnilicent array.
Prof. E. V. liobinson, principal of
the High school, was elected a ice
president of the North Central Asso
ciation of Colleges and Secondary
Schools at its convention in Chicago
Mrs. Anna Kirdorf wishes to thank
the Kranken Vereiu society and the
Prudential Insurance company for the
prompt payment of policies held on
the life of her huslKtml, the late Henry
The work of mustering out and pay
ing otT the Kth Illinois Imys is pro
ceeding at Chicago. The tri-city
members of the regiment, who are to
be given a reception here, arc ex
pected home very soon.
The Eclipse Installment company
has changed hands and hereafter will
bo conducted under the name of the
Hill Mercantile company, with head
quarters at U13 Second avenue, as
heretofore. Patronage of old Eclipse
Congressman Joe B. Lane fell into
I-ke Keokuk, below Muscatine, while
on a hunting trip recently. He was
rescued from the icy waters by sev
eral lads who were standing nearby
at the time of the accident. He has
written to each one of them to have a
swell spring suit made up and send
the bill to him.
It is just possible that Anti-Washboard
soap may not suit you; don't
condemn home manufactmei soaps
on that account. Try the Imperial or
any other brand of liock Island soap.
The wrappers from any brand are
valuable for premiums. We make
all grades of soap, bat Aati-Wa3h
board is the best.
James A. Rose, secretary of state,
has issued a circular containing the
proclamation of Got. Tanner, desig
nating April 21 as Artor day, and in
structions for the pror er observance
of the day in the schools. It is a day
for the planting of shrubs, trees and
vines abont the homes, along the
highways and iD the public grounds.
thus contributing to the wealth, com
forts and attractions of the state.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Pleurisy and pnenmonia are fre
quently developed, in a very short
space oi ume, irom a common cold :
and, if 6nch an acuto inflammation of
the luntrs is not promptlv allayed,
the worst may happen. With the aid
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, however,
yon need not have any fear : for this
preat remedy speedily subdues the
inflammation, eases the pain in
breathing and always effects a euro
in a wonderfully short time.
Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia.
Doteeare ttn&ll and pleasant to take. Doctors
scconuacad U. trice jj ct. Al &U iiujjist
E. II. Guyer is in Chicago.
Hamlin Hull went to Peoria todav.
Walter Johnson, of Wilton, Iowa,
is in the city.
Hiram Clevenstine is laid up at bis
home with the mumps.
Mrs. F. H. Hummer and son Ho w
ard are visiting in Chicago.
j. K. Ware, of Morris, Minn., re
turned home today after visiting his
cousin, Walter are.
Miss Selma Godskescn has returned
home to Clinton after a week s visit
with her sister, Mrs. Bruno J. Stau-
. P. Lauuot, who has been visit
ing at the home of Rev. Father Lock-
ney, returned to his home today at
Rock Island friends have received
announcement of the marriage at
Chicago Sundavof Clavton MacDonald
and Miss Mattie Fredericksen, both of
this city. Mr. MacDonald is employed
hi ms traue, that oi machinist, in
Secretary John T. Stafford has sent
out notices lor the monthlv member
ship meeting of the Rock Island Club,
to ie held tomorrow evening, and in
connection with which a smoker and
program will be held.
John Johnson, a wealthy retired
farmer, of Cambridge, and Mrs. Chris
tine Bokman, of Moline, were united
in marriage Saturday, in this city, at
the parsonage of the Swedish Luth
eran church. Rev. C. E. S!att ollici-
ating. They departed for Cambridge,
where thev are now occupying a large
and modern residence, the property of
Mr. Johnson. This is the third mat
rimonial venture for each of the con
tracting parties. Mr. Johnson is past
three score and ten, and the bride is
quite a numlicr of years his junior.
J. J. Taxman, whose wedding to
Mrs. Sophie I-rohm occurred Sunday
evening, lias purchased a home on
Twenty-sixth street between Si x t h and
Seventh avenues, where he aud his
bride will soon go to housekeeping.
Rabbi Sosna olliciatedat the marriage.
MissCelia Taxman being bridesmaid
and C. B. Baker groomsman. The
groom i traveling salesman for Des
pres & Co., of Chicago. Ho has a
large circle of friends in Rock Island,
who will unite in wishicg happiness
and prosperity for him and his esti
mable wife in their new life.
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenue. ROCK ISLAIS'D.
Eldredge, the wheel that
Miller Rides ....
HARPER HOUSE BLOCKS
Representing 14 Leading Bicycle Makers
ut the World.
ELDREDGE 550.00, 40.00- 35.00-
COLUMBIA chainless, OS model, $65.00'
99 model, $75.00. chain, $50, 40- 25-
RAMBLES li 0-inch, $45, $40. $35-
LUTIIY highest price chain wheel made,
TRIBUNE $50- $40
ADLAKE $45 $30 $25
IDEALS f&n. .?.. -n.
jj$ I DEALS boys and girls, $J6- $18 $20
4$ Indies' Diamond Frame Eldredge $50
. . Remember the Maine . .
Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
Bicycle is at LLOYD'S,
Harper House Block.
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LU)YD Will Do Better.
Fholenaleund Retail Itlrycle. Kverythlng Hold fully guaranteed .
SUXDKIKS AND KKPA1KINQ.
Hue From the Orient.
We take pleasure in announcing an
exhibition sale of oriental rugs for
Wednesdav and 1 hursday under the
direction of Mr. Simovan, of Con
stantinople and New York, who conies
to us highly recommended. We in
vite all the admirers of the oriental
weaver's art to call and sec the beau
tiful collection which is replete with
the hnest specimens of oriental looms
Clemann & Sal.mann.
Hit II h au Ax.
Eddie, son of Mr. and Henry Krell,
of this city, was the victim of a seri
ous accident vestcrdav at Hamlet,
where he is visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Del'.ord. Mr.
DcRord was engaged in chopping a holo
in the frozen ground with an ax.
Kddie stooped to remove a clod of
dirt from the opening. Mr. DeBord
did not notice the boy's move, and be
fore he could stay the full force of
the blow the ax came down upou the
lad's head, in Hiding a severe fracture.
Medical attendance was hastily sum
moned, and the wound dressed. No
serious results are feared.
tirma of Vrlmital Kd.
A. Simoyan, of Constantinople and
New York is with us for Wednesday
and Thursday with a most beautiful
line of oriental rugs. He comes to us
highly recommended. We invite all
those interested in the high art of the
orient to take advantage of this rare
opportunity. Clemann & Salzmauu.
Iturklra'a Arnlra Salve.
The liest salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulctrs. salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped bands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, ami positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale bv Hartz & Ullemeyer
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposals for the plumbing,
gastitting and sewer work for the
new Hawthorne school will be received
till Tuesday, April 11, 8 p. ni., at the
ollice of the loard of education. Cer-
titied check $150. Plans and specifi
cations on hie in the architect s ollice,
room 41. Mitchell & Lvnde building.
Rock Island, March 31. 1899.
F. Bokgolte, Architect.
Notice. Trt-Ctty Lodge.
The Tri-City lodge L A. of M.,
will hold a special meeting at the In
dustrial Home hall. Rock Island, at S
o clock p. in. tirand Master Aiacnin-
Ut O Connell will address the meet
ing. W. L. Allen, Scretarv.
Eczema, scald head, hives, itchiness
of the 6kin of any suit, instantly re
lip veil, permanently cured. Dean's
Ointment. At any drug store. For
bale by Marshall & Fishtr.
Come to us. Our line
is always complete, and
our prices are consist
ent with the quality of
(lance at the list:
Sira s berries.
Wild Ducks. Dressed Cklckens,
Lressed Turkeys, Drese Geese.
1511. K AND CANNED OYSTEKS.
1613 JkosI At.
Xilnktu 1 C31.
EC K HARTS
We are headquarters for house
Wash machines $2.-19
Wash tubs. 3 hoop 45c
hoop pails l"o
6-foot stepladdcr 4'.tc
Willow clothes basket 4'Jc
Iron board, folding 69c
i. '11 r tai n st retc hers if 1 . 25
Pillow sham holder 19c
Pint bottle of amonnia.: v 5c
Pint bottle blueing 5c
6-hook coat and hat rack 10c
Carpet stretchers 65c
Carct beaters, 10, 15 and 20c
Tack hammers 5c
Tack Pullers 5c
Wall pocket 49c
Sponges, large size 10c
Feather dusters 10c
Full size dust pan 5c
Scrub brush 5c, 10c and 15c
Children's 3-piece garden sets.. 10c
Seaside pails 5c and 10c
Full line of garden tools, rakes,
hoes, shovels, forks, etc.
Large assortment of lishing tackle.
We have an exquisite
line of Sash Buckles in
enameled, jeweled and
cut steel, Ieautiful de
signs, not to le found
elsewhere. Also Violet
Hearts, all kinds of
Coral Cyrano Beads,
Jeweled Side Combs,
Jeweled Circular Combs
aud Jeweled Book
All articles tastefully
engraved free of charge.
Photoetched souvenir spoons
of Woodman building and
1 isfcugji yafmrr
.1 trtkn itbk is
The Victory Is Ours
We have brought them
Down and are Holding
FOR FIFPEEN YEARS we have supplied the wants of the Clothing
Buyers of Rock Island, Moline and the surrounding country, and
each day our store grows closer to the hearts of the people.
The Character of Our Merchandise.
The Certainty of Right Prices.
The Faithfulness of Our Service Does the M. & K.
Ring up the Curtain.
We are Ready for Spring.
Our display of Men's Suits and Top Over
coats will interest the good Irf sscrs. Never
lHjforc has so little money brought so much
$3.50 values 7 35
$ 10. 00 values g QQ
There is a style,
Top Overcoats that
the ordinary ready
a dash, in our stunning
distinguishes them from
-to-wear coats found
Our celebrated $10
coats, madu with
silk yokes and silk
every edge pied
with silk, and
every seam sewed
with silk twist, are
every bit as good
as the $15 coats
$6.00 for other deal
ers $7.50 values. .
$7.50 is our price for
$10.00 qualities. .
75c for $1.00 7C
v allies I JU
OS,- for $1.50 Qp.
$-'.'.)5 for $1.00 O QC
$.5.05 for $5.00 Q QC
Our Boys' and Childrens1 Department is
sparkling with exclusive styles and new ideas
from the best manufacturers in the world.
Whatever mother's thought may be, here you
will lind its materialization.
Tuexedo Suits. Yestee Suits.
Kilt Suits. Sailor Suits.
There is no place like M. & K. when your spring clothing
wants confront you. We welcome lookers. Only through
an inspection can you appreciate the full measure of what
you gain by trading here.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Isfand.
115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.