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THE ABGUS. TUESDAY. MARCH 21 V 18t)2
Millinery ofceHiBg ml Mrs. Grcenawalt's
Ilesstitcbi (1 dress ehiru at Tri-CitT
Wanted A. bait dozen coat makers at
once at Hoppe's.
A.WaldttSB, of Bowling township,
was in tb rity today.
H. J. Dodge, of Crete, Neb., is in tbe
city calling on friends.
For pretty 'bats and bonnets see Mrs.
Greetia wall's grand display today.
The piano fund entertainment at the
T. M. C.'A; occurs this erening.
For tbe latest thing in a dress shirt,
call at the Tri City shirt factory.
Leave your order with the Tri-City
shirt factory for a plain tosem shirt, the
latest thing for dress.
Wanted A good strong boy to work
In store. Kentucky Liquor House, 1610
Second avenue. ,
Call at Dixon's and select a spring
OYercoat. he has as fine an assortment as
any merchant in the city.
For Sale Twenty five dwellings rang
hi" in prices from $1,000 to $3,500 loca
ted in different parts of the city Reidy
Dixon, tbe tailor, has just received a
large shipment 0f fine spring suitings
Call and leave your order and receive a
The democrats of Davenport have
nominated John C. Bills formavor.X. C.
Martin for city clerk, Louis Rieck for
treasurer, and Eiiel Peck for assessor.
Go to Dixon's, the tailor, and have him
take your measure for a opring suit and
overcoat; he has just Teceived seme very
choice suitings wbich cannot be excelled.
Judge Adams will be at the county
cour. building on Saturday evening for
the purpose of issuing ' naturalization
papr, as cone will be issued on election
J&rr.cs Downing, tbe comirjg alderman
for the First ward, is a man peculiarly
qubl.iuil for this office. lie is a working
man, a public spirited citizen and a first
class tua generally.
George B. Browner well deserves to be
elcctrd supervisor for Rock Island town
ship. He is capable, industrious, and
has made his own way in the world such
a man as the public delights to honor.
Two divorce suits were filed in
:tie circuit clerk'a office yester
day, one of Jane Welch vs. John
Welch and acether of Louise Taylor from
her husband, Henry Taylor.
Leo Dechalt, Theodore Carre and
Yugust Witte were each fined f 5 and
cost in the police court this morning for
creatiti a disturbance at Bohart's saloon,
2finth street and Fourth avenue.
Today Mrs. Greenawalt will make, a
grand l! is pi ay of - patternj hats and boh
ne'e ard milliDery novelties. Do not m'ss
seeing them, as you. can inspect the origi
nals today duplicates later.
A mare convenient rearrangement of
the rTcsbs ia the county recorder' office
has been made to makd room for the ad
ditisnai help that will begin the work'of
reindexing the county records on the first
of the month.
Cfcatles E Johnson, who has made nir
nuroua trips before in the interests of the
Rock Island Plow company, leaves on
the first of the month for the far west,
where he will represent that company
d jring the coming summer.
.The work of relaying the Elm street
line was entered . upon, in dead earnest
this morning and .will be rapidly pushed
'now until this branch of tbe syndicate
system is in good and substantial order
as the other parts of it. ...
..This is the latt dy of registration be1
fore -the City-towtship election. The
polls will be open until 0 o'clock, and if
you have not already attended to that
duty you tLou'd avail yourself of the op
po! Unity, f
.Caui't Gtmble treat the property hold.
era in tbt blodk on Twentieth street
north of tiqeond avenue to a surprise by
cleaning the pavement there too? There
may not be any votes won by the opera
tion, but the people will sing their praiseB
of Gamble nevertheless.
H-.nry Kinncr, the democratic alder
's anic candidate in the Second ward, is
running Lke a race horse. A more pop
ular nomination could cot haye been
aaade. Kinner is the man for alderman
in tbe Second ward thi9 spring, " and the
whole city will rejoice in his election.
R. C.Llovd, the democratic candidate
for alderman in the Third ward, is devel
oping more strength dally.- Not only
will the democrats of the banner ward
sustain their past reputation, bat they
will roll op something considerably more
than tbe old-time majority.
At 10 o'clock this morning irom her
late borne, 013 Tenth street, occurred 'the
funeral of Mrs. Susan M. Garnett, Rev.
F. W. MeiTelL of the First M.E. church.
offlciatinK. It was attended by a large
number of sympathizing friends of ' the
family, and the remains were laid to rest
in Ch'ppiaiock cemetery.
The Ak ju is particularly interested
in seeing I'eter Philebar elected assistant
supervisor. He learned his trade, that of
printer, in The Aegus office, and has
been an industrious artisan since acquir
ing bis trade. He is a Rock Island boy,
and is therefore quite in contrast with the
circus candidate who is running against
Rock Islund county's old time citizen,
Capt. George Lamont, will be elected
assistant supervisor one week from today.
Having the advantage ef having served
on the board and being for years a tax
payer and representative citizen of the
county, lie is in every way worthy of the
confidence 'vhich cur people will repot e
in him on election day.
The republican party must not stop
with clean streets, clean yards and clean
houses it it would seek to earn a reputa
tion for a f;dly virtue. It had better
inspire Gamble to such enthusiasm that
he will mop out the Union office, and he
will then do something more laudable
and r raise worthy than doing tbe work
the city pays him for, for political pur
poses only .
Valentine Dauber is making an admir
ably energetic canvass for alderman in
the Fourth ward . That be will be elec
ted is already conceded even by conserva
tive republicans of the ward. Tbere are
many things concerning Air. (Jollins
former record as a councilman which are
not helping him now, and Mr. Dauber
will be the gt.iner by ahandsime major
ity on election day. I
A 10-year old lad was discovered oo
Sunday afternoon iu the act of prying off
a latch on the rear door of Eagle's gro
cery store in Davenport. There has been
a systematic robbery of the store ever
since the caraival lost summer, but a
watch set at intervals failed to dcteci
anyone. It it thought that Sunday's dis
covery will lei.p up to the detection of a
gang of youthful burglars.
The funeral of the late John Mueller
was bcla iron bis borne on Twentieth
street ts the German Lutheran church at
2 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. C. A.
Mennickc tfli jiating. It was attended
by a large com ourse of sorrowing friends,
and tbe interned was made in the Ger
man Lutheran cemetery. The following
gentlemen were pall-bearers: John Ohl
weiler, H. Schtoeder, Edward Hoffman,
Fred Hilfinger, Henry Raithel and Jacob
Weycrbauser & Denkmann have deci
ded to call their elegant new rafter which
is now. about completed the "E. Rut
ledge" instead of the "Rock Island." as
they had formerly decided upon. This,
will be a great disappointment to many
of our citizens, as a plan was already
well under way to present the new
steamer with a handsome set of coiors.
The Alices, however, congratulates Mr.
Rutbedge upon the deserved compliment
that lias been pi. ii him in giring the new
boat his name.
The wounds of Frank Brusor, the
young man of - New . Boston, who was
shot twice in a '' hand to hand fight' with
Postmaster Willets of that piece, a few
evening's ago, are said to be healing
nicely. A lock :l, which the young oper
ator wore as a watch charm, is said to
have saved his life, as the first ball from
Willets' revolV( r struck it and glanced
tff. . The locket was bent into the exact
shape of thiml le.J The cs is now be
forejthe grand jury at Aledo, and it will
probably be given an airing at this term
During the piny at Harper's, theatre
Thursday night the following songp,
glees and quartets will be sung, the
words and music by Duncan B. Harrison:
"A Knight Rod.! Gaily." "Flowers for
my Colleen," "Toe Anvil's Clang," '-The
Death of the Kn ght," -The Lily and the
Violet," "Khsmrocks and Kisses," Back
to Tbee," and - Jsora Daiy," will be rcn
dered. This con. pany has a (i ie quar
tette and some pood dancers. If you
haye not secured your seats, attend to it
at once. Remeaber tbere is but one
champion Join L. Sullivan in the
rienty of Time.
Staunch ships tr kc and founder, t hi-fierce
winds and mountainous wravts sweep cubic
mariner' "hearts ef ojk-' to th-.pwrcck and to
dfath, yet ttat !tes not prevent tbe lubberlicst
lnndeman f rum riskin ; his life cn the ttormy At
lantic in the role of to iriHt orcommercial traveler.
I'.ut if tie shall react Me destination safely he v. ill
scare -'ly have escaped some of the qosims of sea
sickness, unless he Ukcs with him Hotettcr'e
Stomach Bitters, that 'nlraitable specific fur nnu
sca. Bafl water on long tripe are atbreat to the
voyager, bnt this mi y be deprived in a great
measure of its diwnlcrinsriflVcts opon the stom
ach, bowel and liver by toe Bitters. Against the
pn-judicai effects of malaria, bad diet, fatigue and
exposure it .is also tmcacious. It averts, more
over, rheumatism and kidney complaint. Don't
travel ou seaior land tthout it.
Used hi Millions of Homes 40 Years thi Standard.
New York Man (in Philadelphia
horse car What is that crowd in the
block ahead of is?
Conductor There's a wagon broke
down on the track.
New York Man Won't that detain
Conductor It will when we get there.
The First JClectric Locomotive.
The first attempt to apply electric power
on railways was made by Mr. R, Davidson,
who, in September, 1S42, tried on the Edin
burgh and Glasgow railway an electro
magnetic locomotive, running on four
wheels and weighing five tons. A speed
f four miles per hour was attained. Lon
An International Monetary Union.
Five nations France, Italy, Belgium,
Greece and Switzerland have formed a
monetary union, and the silver and gold
pieces of one country are legal coins in
each of the other four. The copper coins
and small nickel pieces of Belgium and
Switzerland are not included. Chicago
A V.ctory far Rock Island.
Properly adjusted spectacles and eye
glasses are something that Rock Island
has long been in need of.
Prof. H. Hirschberg, the well known
opticim of 629 Olive street, St. Louis,
hs appointed T. U. Thomts agent for
his celebrated diamond and non-changeable
spectacles and eye-glasses, where a
complete assortment can always be found.
Prof. H. Hirschberg will remain in Rock
Island April 7, S and 9. and all
those in need of properlv adjusted spec
tacles and eye-glasses should avail them
selves of this opportunity. Examination
of eyes free of charge.
"Isn't she beautiful!" occasionally one
hears this ezpressioo, as a lady with a
strikingly lovely complexion passes along
the stree',. Certainly! she uses tbe fa
mous B'.ush of Roses, manufactured by
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend. Ind.
Supplied by T. H. Thomas. Price 75
cents per bottle.
"Diseases, desperate crown, by des
perate appliances are relieved, or not at
all." The point of wisdom is to check
them before they reach so far, by buying
a bottle of Salvation Oil. Price cents.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need to
I am seventy -seven years old, and have had
my age renewed at least twenty years by the
use of Swift's Specific so that now 1 kd
like I was about fifty-seven. My trouble was
Eczema for fifteen years. My foot and leg to
my knee was a running sore for two years,
and physicians said it could not be cured.
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. You ought to lei
all sufferers know of your wonderful remeny.
IfUF. Stiles, Talmer, Kcnsas.
SO O 13 A WOVDERFTL TtEM ETVV
N especially for old people, it build
tKJtKJ up the general health. Treatise on
the blood mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
USED BY MEN, WOMEN urn CHILDREN.
A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
A Handsome Polish.
2QC. A BOTTLE.
.1 cent an foot
I will pay for changing the ep
pea ran ce of old Furniture no
COmpletelylhatitwill look like new.
m IS THE NAME
OF THE PAINT THAT DOES IT.
SOLVED THE PK0BLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano wa9 overjoyed when he found
what a success he had made of it, and tbe
above cut represents his feelicgs Have
you examined these pianos? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
muke. but call and see tbe New Scale;
they are the finest in the land. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oik, Bird s Eye Maple, Mahogany,
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
tbe finest vaiiety ever shown in the citv
of Rock Island.
33. Boy Scwlby, 172S Sec:sd Ave.
H i Mill I
a tot i f
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavlne Just fnrni'hed a fine Parlor nptaire and
cqnifpea n wit n two ot uranpwicK Ba;to
finest Billiard Tablet, al-o two fine Tool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
I'ae flne't lino of Imported and Domestic Cigara
nd Tobacco in the market.
1S08 Secoxd Avenue.
! Li r.-2DiCATEt
i ttT 'ft ft;
M C 1 NTIRE
Large Assortment of patterns shown
from the lowest to the highest cost.
Domestics Scotch and French. The
latest effects are embroidered, effects
in large polka dots, irregular figures.
Early choice has its advantages, as
no du plicates can be had later.
COTTON WASH GOODS
Are displayed in assortments of de
signs, colorings and fabrics almost bewildering.
And other effects. Prices quite reason
able, beginning as low as 1 2!-4c.
AIT Wool Ckallies.
We believe we show
assortment of French
challies in the three cit-
And India Mulls are very
choice and desirable.
The "early bird" is never
more applicable than i
a spring stock.
Rock Inland lihnoig.
Is the appropriate name applied to us by our
FURNITURE and CARPETS "
Largest assortment and latest styles. I
cordially invited by
CLEMANN & SALZMA
The Money Savers.
POCKET KKIVES acd SCISSORS took tie highest pirmiui
for quality. If yon want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Camus
Set Kke those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps honse wants one. AKrv.h-. I:ol
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal an 1 rvciy on
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have tu sliow yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping good-.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Ts'au 1.
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 Suits, in four
different styles; Vesfee Suits, in every style imaginable; Double-Breasted Suits, in eight different styles
Three-Piece Suits, sizes 10 to 16, in 13 different styles; Kilt and Jersey Suits, in eight different styles;
LongPants" Suits, a fine assortment and variety much larger than ever, comprising all new shades in dark
and light colors. CHILDREN'S SUITS. 58c to $1450. LONG PANTS SUITS, $2.25 to $22.00.
Over 200. dozen SHIRT WAISTS to select from. Full dress waists, also waists with .Marshall collars
turn?d?yffsfancy fronts 'and ties to" match. Beautiful line in LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. The celebrated
S. &; A'., fast black hdse 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 apparel.
" ':"-'-':i'- : J PRICES GUARANTEED LOWER
Than those : of any.other establishment for equally well made and well trimmed merchandise. Ii"y.u
want to clothe jquroys and have them look neat and tidy, you will find it decidedly advantageous i.
trade with the.dependable ' -; '
IRON CLAD AND