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Friday, Mat 27. 1892.
Line of mtn'a
$9.90 suits it the M. & E.
$10 suit sale at the London.
$10 suit sale at the London.
$10 suit sale at the London.
Nice strawberries at Browner's.
f 2 35 odd lot sale the Boston.
Shoe borgains aqain the Boston.
All kinds of vegetable at Browner's.
Fresh stawberries at the May grocery.
Wall paper and curtains at Sutcliffe's.
We will sare you from $3 to $5 on a
Nice large spring chickens at the May
Ladies' $3 50 shoe sale Saturday the
Dancing school at Armory nail tomor
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at the
lo appreciate our 110 suits is to see
them the London.
No more $6 Bluchers for $4 after Sat
urday night M. & K.
Saturday is bargain day at the Boston
$2 50 sale tomorrow.
No more f 8 bronze tops at $3 after
Saturday night M. & K.
You can buy a good dress or business
auit at the London for $10.
New potatoes, cucumbers and all kinds
Of vegetables at Browner's .
No more M. & K. celebrated $6 foot
forms for 4 after Saturday night.
$10 will boy as good a suit at the Lon
don at other clothiers sell for $15.
B. D. Buford is reported very low to
day with little chance of recovery.
$10 suits at the London are better than
any clothier will offer you for $15
f TT s V , .. .
oin. a. . uasxeci ana cnuarcn are
back from a visit to her parents at Port
Don't forget the dancing school at
Armory hall on Saturday night. A pleas
ant time for everyone.
Saturday bargains A ladies' $3 50
shoe for $2.50, all sizes and widths A,
B, C, D, and EE the Boston.
Stack all thi shoe stocks on top of
each other and you will find a better and
more complete line at the M. & K.
Henry Deisenroth will serve a grand
free lunch to all his friends at his saloon
at Fifth avenue and Eighth street on Sat
Mrs. H. Miller and little daughter, of
Peoria, are visitinsj at the residence of
George Barker and wife on Eleventh
If you have not bought your wall
paper vet do not delay. George Sutclifie
has the largest stock and his prices can
not be excelled in the tri-cities.
For $2 50 you can buy a ladies' S3. 50
shoe tomorrow. This shoe is a genuine
hand turned fine Dongola shoe, opera toe
and heel, warranted the Boston.
For Saturday we offer a big odd lot
sale again at the same price $2 35.
Shoes worth from S3 to S-l in this lot.
Mavbe you can flad your sizj the Boa
ton. Competition not in it when it comes to
selling clothing cheap. Come and see
our $10 suits and you will find we are the
people who give you good clothing for
Biggest cut of the season tomorrow
a ladies regular $3 53 quality shoe goes
at $2 50, all sizes and widths. These are
fresh new goods and big bargains the
A. substantial two-rail iron fence to
take the place of the old wooden railing
is being put alorg the river side of
Fort Armstrong avenue at Reck Island
arsenal. It is a decided improvement
iou can gei ai iong s tomorrow new
potatoes, cabbage, green peas.wsz bean9,
cucumbers, cauliflower, beets, nice eatirg
apples, oranges, bananas, strawberries
and a full assortment of home grown
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Fraz-r gave
progressive euchre part last evening to
Capt. and Mrs. J. J. Parks. The in vita
tions were limited to those who formerly
composed the down town club of which
Capt. and Mrs. Parks were members.
There was a small blaze at the resi
aence ci ootn nooney, iavv rutn ave
nue, about 5 o'clock last evening. The
blazs was caused by a defective flue, and
an alarm was turned in from box 31
The department responded in good time
and the damage will be very slight.
The Fourth ol July committee met at
the rooms of the Rock Island Citizens'
Improvement association this morning,
Capt. Lyon in the chair. Further details
were perfected for the great Twin-City
Used in Millions of Homes
celebration. Those wishing to bid on the
programme shoul l report to Capt. J. M.
Beardsley at once. 1
Why delay with your house cleaning
and paper hanging this nice weather?
G to Sutcliffe an 1 make your selection
and have him do your work. He has
the most complete stock west of Chicago
and he has noth.ng but the best work
men employed. Try him and be coni
The Rock Islanl solicitors for finances
for the Fourth cf July demonstration
rounded up with $500 last night, and
Saturday night will see the 91,000 raised
and probably a quirter of as much more.
So much the better. If the two cities
raise $2,500 the celebration will be just
that much more elaborate.
U. H. Parrott, Bupt. of construction
for the Holly Manufacturing company,
was in the act of raising an immense fly
wheel in connection with the new ecgine
at the water work) this afternoon when
the wheel fell striking him on the head
and inflicting a cot pie of painful wounds,
which, however, are not regarded as se
rious. Negotiations have practically been
completed wherely the Union house
on Twentieth street will pass into the
hands of J. II. Sheridan formerly in
the employ of J. B. Zimmer. The
Union bouse is one of the oldest es
tablished hotels ii the city and under
the new proprietor who is a courteous
and obliging gentleman it will no doult
meet with much prospeiity.
Frank Reeney, the one-legged organ
gringer who resides down on Third ave
nue, was before Magistrate VTivill this
morning on compliant of John Brasmar,
his nest door neighbor. The trouble is
over tome trivial affair among the chil
dren, which was magnified by the parents
so that it was brought to the msgistrste
to settle. He fined Reeney $3 and costs;
and suspended the 3 tie during good be
havior and gave bcth parties some good
The suit of the L. Baurle company, of
Potoskey, Mich., vs. The Mississippi
Valley Insurance company ,to recover $5,-
000 from the loss of a $100,000 loss that
the Bturle had sustained, was begun in
the circuit court yes lerday. This is only
one of a number of suits that has been
instituted by the Bairle company agains.
different insurance companies that held
risks on the property destroyed. The
insurance companies refuse to pay the
loss on the ground taat the owners of tbe
property neglected to put up a certain
fire extinguishing apparatus within a giv
en time. Adair Vie sants and Hon. C.
A. Work, of Rociford, represent the
plaintiffs and are assisted by Robert
Thorn, aniasurance expert of Pittsburg
The defense is re pn seated by William
Jackson acd Myron II. Beats, of Chicago.
The case promises to bring out some
strong legal points.
Train Service Improvement.
The first move of the C, R. I. & P
looking to the making up of passenger
trains on this side of the river, as men
tioned in The Argcs some weeks ago,
will ba begun with tbe new time car 1
on Sunday night. At first only one train
will be made up here, and it will then be
gradually transferred here from Davt-n-
por. No 1 comic g from the east will
arrive here a jout 7:2 ) in the evening and
wil". be made up into t wo trains, one goins
west over the mam line at 7 4 J and tbe
other oyer the southwest division at 7:50
Trains No. 2 and 14 -vill arrive here from
tbe west about 6:50 a. m. and will be
made into one train t run from here into
'lllnxtrated Urn II nr "
AT HARPERS THEATRE, TUNE 7, FOB Y.
M. C. A. Benefit.
Ben Har T. Murphy
Mewala 8. W. Scarle
Herod C. A. Kcwe
Egyptian jt. cnumberiiu
HinJio Mr. McKown
Greet F. n. Taj lor
.-imuDiuv, o. Al. lXKSley
Jofoph F. "obinfton
Malliieh p. IJiimi'ton
'"'i-rim F. Kinnev
Sen-ant...... F. Uavertick
itoman soiaiers Meer. Ua!l, Cue tnl It
ary Miss Eemble
Tirzah Mrs. S.J. Keator
Esther Mi Mauana
Ira Mr. Phil MitrhpH
MiHhcrof liar Mn R. t'hambetlin
Amrah Mrs. .1. U. Warnock
rneiee r. teo. Bton. Mirret Kalston
eicb. Mewart, B.ixil 9 and Loo-icy.
Statn-i-Mieges Gtat, Lirt, Connelly and Wil
Reader Phil Mitchell
Stage Manager W. B. Ferguson
Tickets, 75 cents. Seats may b
reserved at Marshall & Fisher's June 4
without extra charge.
Did it ever occur to you to take Hood's
Sarsaparilla, tbe best spring medicine
Try a Dottle this season. It will do ycu
Your pastry is not complete withcui
Erell & Ka'h's icecream.
40 Years the Standard
The J, W. Van 8ant, F. C. A Denk
mtnnand E.Rutledge each brought down
16 strings of logs, and tbe Ben Uerihey
and Pilot brought down eight strings
each. Toe Verne 3&iu came down and
the Percy Swain, Pilot, Verne Swain,
F. C. A. Denkinann and E. Rutiidge
The Pittsburgh came down on her first
trip south tbia morning.
The stage of the water at Rock Ibland
bridge at noon today was 10:20 and the
temperature was 60.
There will be a meetiag of voung dem
ocratic voters at Turner hall Tuesday eve
ning. May 81, to organize a democratic
club on a permanent basis. All young
men who have affiliated with the party in
tbe past, ard those who intend to in the
future, are invited to be present and par
ticipate in the formation of the club.
H. Li. WHEELAN,
Chairman City-Township Com.
Kotlce to Water Consumers.
The semi-annual water rent "from
May 1 to November 1, 1892, is due
and becomes delinquent after the first
dav of June, lt9. Patrons are re
quested to maee payment to the un
dersigned and save cost.
Collector of Water Rents.
Norman Litcby, Dts Moines. Iowa
Dear Sir: A box of Headache Causules
were banded to ma and I have used them
with perfect success. They cannot be
recommended too highly. Could not
possibly do without them in my bouse.
I recommend them to suffen rs "with this
common though terrible complaint.
J. kxsisG, Kalamazoo, Mich.
For sale bv all druggists. 11 art t &
Bahnsen wholesale agents.
Republican National Convention,
Commencing JuDe 7, 1S92. For above
the "Burlington Route. C. B. Jt Q. R.
R., will sell tickets to Minneapolis and
return at a round trip rate t f one lowest
first class fare. Tickets on sale June 2 to
6. inclusive, return limit to and including
June 25, 1802. inclusive.
H. L. Mack. Div. Pass'r. Agt.
"8peak this speech, as I tell you. trip
pingly on the tongue." Say that one of
the great benefactions of the age is a
small bottle of Salvation Oil. the great-.
st care on earth for pain; only 25 ct'ct.
Wave Mountain High
Or somewhat le threaten, during a totm. to
ensnlf the venturous voyager on the tCTpcstnout
Atlantic. Sometimee he i torn wiih deep despair
at each a junrtnro, fnmetimcs he if rati.vr glad of
it. The latter condition or mind nbt.nr when he
is ea sick. The iiaTol cal quilni? which he ha-
undergone, and which are now acirravated 10 fold
by lhe pi chine of the ship, ft nd r him in a meas
ure indifferent to hi- fate. This p cture is scarce
ly eiu aerated, a people who ha.c been vio'ently
sea 9 c will assure vou. T avelers and tourists
by tea and land j-honld always he provided wi h
Mostet:cr Moma h It.tte's a a mcais of conn
tcractinj: sea sickness and the nervous disturb
aTice or stomichic trouble beirotten- of unc m
for'aiile transit by land or wan-i. or unwholesome
food hastily swallowed at railwtv ttatiou. Emi
grants shoi:d supply themselves w i h Hostetter"s
Motraeu iii'ters as a lamiir s,f.enard asain-t
ir.-mria. stomach, liver and newel complaints.
kiuucy irouDie ana rneumaiism.
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Ceveral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.)
entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of th . verv worst tvpe.
V. m. 6. Loo.Mii, i-hreveport. La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
T had scROFfi A in ICgl, and cleansed my
1 system entirely from it by tuking seven
bottles of S. S. S. 1 hive not r.ad any symp-
luuia ainLc. v. ii lu nx.
Spartanburg, S. C
' HASCURED HUNDREDSO?
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood and Pkin Disease mailed,
free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
In order that every person may have an oppor
tunity toiude for themsplvp tn th ;
truthfulness of our last Shoe sale, we have decided to
continue tne same tor this week ending next Satur
day night with the closing of our store.
COST WHAT IT MAY,
we are determined that every lady shall constitute a
committee of one to advertise the Finest Shoes in
this vicinity, ranging in price and value from $.00 to
$6.0 at $4.00 a pair"
OVER 300 PAIRS
of shoes left our store last Saturday; if there is a dis
satisfied purchaser in the lot we will redeem the shoes
and return the money, including those our competi
tors may have bought.
NO LIMIT TO THE NUM
BER OF PAIRS.
(H AxlVJ P lONS-O
The Leonard Cleanable
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine. Bold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of doirestic
and imported ciuars. All brands of tobicco.
The score of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
,18r8 Second ave,
TO ISIS OOJTTiririrTTrTrh
For this week ending Saturday night, May 28
$4.00 SHOE SALE AT THE
Wash Goods, -
Our wash goods depart
ment is filled with choice
fabrics for spring and
New capes and other
Late wash goods just
Blark grounds, ,
Blue grounds, -Cream
Tan grounds, etc.
Hock Inland. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZfvlAiJN,
1525 and 1527
f-SL13 and SCISSORS took the highest premium
tlgjry- If yu want a good knife try one.
o . $?Fed ??1 be told wnat a nice present an elegant Garvin
Set likf.giose I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Seta and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christma's-or
any othei time. Gome in and see how much I have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tsland.
In Inst 9ntnrHi
... ouiw llillUCU UIC IlllIIlUCI "1
pairs one to a customer; this week you will have the
privilege of buying all you want. Buy them for our
tnends and relatives and return them and get vour
rrlArifln Kil.r .f 4- J t, i o
mvuey uacrv n uicy uon i piease.
TO MANY LADIES
who come after the specified time for the closing of
niir Cla lief Q-,it,A.. J r i i
o.v, mot oaiuiuay dnu were reiusea, wninownae
an 2Pprtun,ty t0 buy a Pair of - & K. celebrated 5
to $650 shoes at $4 a pair.
23 DIFFERENT STYLES
to select from and sizes nearly complete from triple
A to double E.
These shoes are intended for our customers,
but if any of our competitors desire one or two pairs
to trim their show windows with, they are welcome to
The largest assortment of Cn.u
lies in Low cost to tine AlT
wool effects in the city Jj
ces begin a? low as
vve sua enow an Evrv.,..
assortment of Spring Wraps
in Jackets and Ciialuks.
Prices t.ow. will cnt Prif8 10
close out present stock,
124, 12G and 12S