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THE AKGUS. SATUBDAY, MABCH 19, 181)2
Overcoats at the M. fc K.
Wash leather gloves 93c at Bennett's.
Latest styles of hats at Goldsmith's.
Get a spring suit and hat at Gold
We have the best S3 hut in the city
Lloyd & Stewart.
New and nobby spring suits at Goldsmith's.
Goldsmith, the clothier, is now opsn
Sot business again.
Malaga grapes. Florid oranges. Cali
Torn i a pears at Boro's.
Low prices on dots' and children's
suits at Goldsmith's.
The great Mocho glove sale commences
Monday at Bennett's.
Ladies, buy the 5 -hook Foster kid
jlove $1 at Bennett's.
Bennett has the largest and best glove
itock in the three cities .
The best hat in the world is the Dunlap
Lloyd & Stewart agents.
"Diel take the hot torn alley, an way."
Ambitious Local Barrister.
New and dependable spring clothing at
.moderate prices at Goldsmith's.
Rev. Robert Edgar, of Davenport, will
preach In the U. F. church tomorrow.
The best stock of shoes in this vicinity
can now be selected from at the M. & K.
Valentine Dauber is practically
sfceted a'flertnan from the Fourth ward al
The Xacirema is the best $3 50 bat
ade, evt ry oue guaranteed at Lloyd &
The largest and nobbiest line of neck
wear in the three cities can be seen at
Lloyd Ss Stewart's.
The report of the cams of billiards be
tween Sxfcbcfer and Ives will be received
at the Club tonight by innings.
George Lsmont aad Peter Fhiicbar are
the only candidates seriously considered
lor assistant supervisors.
For sale cheap Several good violins
aaus.t be sold in next ten days. Call at
Hi Twenty first street.
Oh, for a lodge io seme vast wilder
aess where I could be left alone with my
thoughts and a hot tomallcy." Local
George B Browner will make a capi
tal supervisor. His personal popularity
inJ official record will insure him of
Tonight at the Club sample rooms will
ic received the report by innings of the
game of billards between Schaefer and
Vanlid immediately A first-class
aseat cook at J. J. Fiycn's restaurant,
X)45 Fifth avenue. Wsgas 30 per
M. K . hivc this day placed on sale a
complete line of ladies' shoes at $3.50
itat are guaranteed superior to the best
54 shoe ever sold.
John F. Dindirger, Frank Wiegand, J
II. Eerr and J. W. Lawhead will be the
quartette of new aldermen from the cast
tnd of towu after election .
Partner Wanted Lidy or gentleman
in a light manufacturing business. Big
jrcfi's. Agents wanted. Call or ad
dress. 22S Nineteenth street. Rock Island.
L C. Bland in g will be the next collec
tor of Urck Inland township, lie rep
resents the progressive-minded youngmen
of the city, and snould have a handsome
"He who steal.' my purse steals trrsh,
feut be who filches from me my Lot to
malley.robs me of that which not enriches
him and makes me poor 'ndeed." Rock
John Bleuer his moved into his band
some new home at the corner cf
Eighth avenue and Seventeenth street,
where Le can bt? seen hereafter by anyone
wishing to secure music.
An advertisement has appeared for
members for a new dramatic com
pany. It has been whispered about
iiatSearle will B'.ar in a new play enti
tied, "The Rise and Fall of the Hot To-aualley."
Carl and Gus Range are arranging to
ixen a first class barber shop on Third
avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets in a short time. It will be the
anal handsomely appointed tonsorlal
parlor in the three cities. ,
The. management of the Tur
ner Grand opera house, Day
eBport, announces the coming of the
world famous Goodyear, Elitch & Schil
ling's minstrels on 8undsy, March 20,
afternoon and evening.
House cleaning is dreaded by most
people and is generally the time for pur
chasing carpets and furniture. The largest
assortment and lowest prices in the west
till be found by calling atClemann&
Salzmann's, the people's money savers.
Manager Bartlett, ef the Davenport
telephone exchange, and formerly of the
ti i-city exchange, has been transferred to
E es Moines. Mr. Bartlett is very popu
It r In the three cities, and many will be
the regrets at his removal from the community.
High prices have dropped down to bed
rack at Clemann & Salzmann's furniture
ai d carpet store. Do not pay exorbi
tant profits when yeucan save money by
giving them a trial. The latest styles of
bedroom suits just received at Clemann
& Salzmann's, the people's money savers
A pile of telegraph poles on First ave
nue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
ca Jght fire from a spark from a locomo
tlve at 10 o'clock this morning, and a
still alarm brought the Centrals to the
scene and the flames were subdued before
serious damage was done.
Dr. E. W. Bartholomew, of Augustan a
College, will deliver his lecture on "Christ
in Literature," at the First Baptist church
on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. He
has been invited to do so by the Minis
terial association and no admission will
be charged. Everyone is invited.
Anything new in furniture and carpets
is a question daily asked us. We are
receiving new goods daily and can not
enumerate them. Call and see them for
yourself. Lowest prices guaranteed on
aavthinz purchased from us. One trial
will convince you that Clemann & Salz
man.i are the people's money savers.
Di-puty Sheriff 31. M. Brigga has re
turned from his sad mission to Coun cil
Grove, Kan., to the death bed of his
fathir, Thomas Briggs. The venerable
gentleman was SO years of age and form
erly livid in Mercer county near the Reck
Island county line where he settled in
1842. He died on Tuesday and his
funen.l occurred Thimdiy afternoon.
Dr. W. A. Paul and H. W. Dusin
berre iiave purchased from CapL Robin
son, Frederick Weyerhauser and others,
for a c inside ration of $5 .000. a triangu
lar strip of ground bounded by Eigh
teenth ayenue and Seventeenth and Twen
tieth sfeets, upon which tb.-y will each
erect a fine residence. The ground will
be laid out in lots, which will be put up
on the market. It will make a desirable
The I lock Island Traveling Men's asso
ciation l.as secured fine rooms directly
over those occupied by the Cilizans' Im-
provemt nt association in the Mitchell &
Lycde buiiding. They are fine rooms in
an excellent location and will be used by
the knig its of the grip as a place of rest
when in ihe city. The rooms will be
thrown epen this evening, and will be
open to tiembers at all firms hereafter.
The series of services that Lave been
in progress at the Aiken street school
house in South Rock Island closed last
evening. The building committee of the
proposed church held a meeting at the
residence of Henry Case on Thursday
evening, at which it was decided to go
ahead wi .h the building on the lots on
Aiken street. About $700 has already
been secured, and it is tt ought the church
will cost e bout $1,C50.
There has been some inquiry as tc
what the township of Rock liland would
do for one of its supervisors during the
summer months should the circus candi
date. Motz. be elected, for the latter will
in all probhbility make bis annual sum
mer visit to Long Branch for the purpose
of shaving the swells, as is his customary
practice. Motz is a little bit particular
about whoie mag he lathers, but when it
comes to getting votes that's different.
The Rock Island Lecture association
has been fortunate in securing the dis
tinguished traveler and lecturer H. H.
Ragan, of New York, to give one of his
illustrated lectures at Harper's theatre
next Thursday evening. March 24 Sub
ject, "A Trip to Alaska." This is Mr.
Ragan's lattst lecture and considered by
him his best, where he appears for the
first time. Reserved scats 50 cents at
Harper house pharmacy Tuesdy morn
ing at 7 30. Holdcis of season tickets,
on presenting the same, may reserve
seats at 25 cints each. Dr. O. B. Will,
a prominent citizen of Peoria, writes to
a member of the association: "Allow me
to say I have Daugbt but words of com
mendation for H. H. Hagan whose illus
trated lectures were presented here last
season, and gave universal satisfaction.
I had the pleasure of attending two of
them and found them highly entertaining
Clothing at the M & K.
Time is to? valuable to be wasted in
credulously ei perimenting with various
remedies when a 25-cent bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Hyrup will at once cure
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the StaudardL
COMING RIGHT ALONG.
Subscriptions to Colombian Stock
A Special Effort l'rr" t be Made
Jkext Week-Gecd Keealta Will
Come From Proper -
Subscriptions to stock in the Twin
City Columbian exposition continue to
come in dtily from all sources, denoting
the interest evinced in the undertaking by
all classes and conditions of people.
Yesterday afternoon Contractor Bick and
his entire force of workmen subscribed
for stock, and the other contractors of the
city will no doubt make similar response
when approached. This morning sub
scription lists were placed in the different
banks and a'sa in the efHces of the loan
associations where stock may be taken.
There is every indication that by Monday
night the total subscriptions in Rock
Island will reach $30 000. This will
leave t20.0C0 to raise, or only a liuie
over what was secured the first week of the
canvass, and the following has been
issued by the general soliciting commit
tee in hopes of securing most of this the
To the Soliciting Committees of the
Moline and Rock Island Mechanical Ex
position Association. During the com
ing week every member of the committee
is urged to do bis full duty in securing
subscriptions to the capital stock. in or ter
that a complete report of the entire field
may be made one week from Mondiy
night There should be a full attendance
at the committee mcciinss Monday and
Thursday nights in order, to systematize
the balance of the work.Ex'ra lists may be
found at the banks and building associa
tions, where all who are not reached by
the committees are urged to applv.
E. H. Gutei: , Chairman,
II. P. Simpson, Secretary.
Today's suhtcriptions are:
foffTRACTiiKS, BCtLDKHS. ETC .
Heorpe Hick b Gtorgc Xokus 1
MrsMiliUNokcs 1 Friedrect Ku-icl 1
I. Drock 1 J rnffl,l S
J Diel. 1 Frank Ence'niann ... 1
Frank tic ifiir 1 Willi im (Crickauu 1
GeHrge I'ettT 1 J.i- n BoUodur 1
Au;i JotiHson 1 ULusc i
Every Month 1
many women suffer from Excessive or
8cnt Menstruation; they don't know 1
who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don' confide in anybody but try
a Specific for PAtNFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" msiled free.
BRADFIEL0 REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
Sold hj all Draret.
OLD IT HAKTZ ft BAH58EH.
Will Curs any
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKH
f SOO Reward for nv
injurious sabtiaoe found
In tbee Cspsules
ss w sav. Sent postpsld
on recaibi of. Dries.
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NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHlMiaT.
Dea Molnaa. Iowa.
ForMTeb sll drugpiftt TUrtr Bsnn?en
The great rea-on for the success of
Hoods ttarsap&rilla is found in its positive
merit. It cures where other preparations
A Plain Precaution.
Kitticr to slopt s p'.sin precaution, one fric'iou'd
by txperrnce and approved by medical men, or
to incur the rik of a malidy obdurate and de
structive ia it v-irious forms of intermittent or
biU'OM? remittent fever, or dumb s.-.c, which of
tue to'J For every type, for every phase of ma
laria, Hortstttr's Sto-ntch Bitters is s specific. It
acts promptly docs its work thoroughly . Asa
defence against the malarial taint it Is most effec
tive. Kmigrsuts tj and denizens of regions in
the west where mlasnatlc complaints are peri
odical visitants, should be mindful of this and
nsn the Bitters as a safegun-d. For constipation,
billinusness. rhcumaiixm. "la grrippc," kidney sea
bladder troubles trie Bitters will be found no less
useful than in cacs of malaria. Against the. in
jurious effects of exposura, boljly or mental
la.iguc, it is also u valuable protection.
1 am seventy-seven years old, and have had
my age renewed at least twsnty years by the
use of Swift's Specific so that now I feel
like I was about fifty-seven. My troabb was
Eczema for fifteen years. My foot and leg to
my knee was a running sore for two years,
and physicians said it coald not bs cared.
After taking fifteen small bottles S. S. S. there
is not a sore on my limbs, and I am well, and
have a new lease on life. Von ought to let
all sufferers know of your wonderful remedy.
IRA F. STILES, Palmer, Kansas.
IS A WONDERFUL EEVEBT
especially for old peop"..:. It buiidx
iid the frcneral health. Treatise on
the blood mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kirn
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a success he bad made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelings Have
yon examined these pianos? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
make, but call and see the New Scale;
they are the finest in the Ian1?. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique 0k, Bird's Eve Mple. Mabopany,
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish Cbscs. Call early and see
the finest variety ever shown in the city
of Rock Island.
. 07 Ecwlty, 172S Secrd Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavlne Just fnrnlshed a flue Parlor uptairs and
equipped it with two of Brunswick & Bailee's
hnebt Billiard Tablrs. also two flee Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
he finest line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco In the market.
1S08 Second Avenue.
Fi HEW YORK
-ie founl m
d o e GEO. P.
HOWELL 4 CO d
NSWSPAPEB ADVEttTIBtNO BUIMUO (10 Spro
t trtct). where mdver-
t si&p .iODtrcis
New spring jackets
just received; blacks,
tan, mixtures and
navys. See our $3.98
Beautiful India silks
in best make; com
bination of colorings
Our dress goods dP,
now complete and coutS
Us ra Jore-
Henriettas and other fjrrt.
"We are showing the 1
xnuigs in aress trlnrnin-s -
tuumana iow cost grades-,
Rock Island. Illinois.
Is the appropriate name applied to us bv our
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Largest assortment and latest styles, inspect
cordially invited by
CLEMANN & SALZMAil,
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES arjd SCISSORS took the Lighst pwnira
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present aD decant Carriig
Set like those I have to show will be. Also 'those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. tt'iuuhtlrc't
finish. Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our eoft coal an J -very oD
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christraas-oT
any other time. Come in ani see how much I Lave to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping good-.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, luvk
Elegance of Style and Perfection of Fit.
It has never been our good fortune to secure so many beautiful and artistic designs and
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S NOVELTIES
As we are now showing for the spring and summer. Popular among which are Zouave Suiis, m
different styles; Vestee Suits, in every style imaginable; Double-Breasted Suits, in eight different style?;
Three-Piece Suits, sizes 10 to 16, in 13 different styles; Kilt and Jersey Suits, in eight different styles;
Long Pants Suits, a fine assortment and variety much larger than ever, comprising all new shades in dorK
and light colors. CHILDREN'S SUITS. 58c to $1450. LONG PANTS SUITS, S2.2J to $22.00.
Over 200 dozen SHIRT WAISTS to select from. Full dress waists, also waists with Marshall collars
turned cuffs, fancy fronts and ties to match. Beautiful line in LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. The celebrated
S. & A., fast black hose for boys. Exquisite line of boys hats and caps. We repeat that it has never been
our good fortune to show nor that of our patrons to select from such a grand array of boys' wearing appare .
PRICES GUARANTEED LOWER
Than those of any other establishment for equally well made and well trimmed merchandise, h
want to clothe your boys and have them look neat and tidy, you will find it decidedly advantageou
trade with the dependable
IRON CLAD AND