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I Jim AJi(jU8. FiilDAl', MAICI -z. isys.
Ci! V, CHAT.
Nice oh i'-k.-ijH :.i '.Arnold'.-.
Corn u'- :tt A.-tor & C'uV.
Bnrbank potatoes at Aster & Os
Special sale in shot's at Dolly kirn
Four Emeralds dunce tomorrow
Dance at Ivxhe's ball Saturdav
Bnv vxir embroideries at tbe Col
All kin ils of new vegetables at Ar-
A nice line of embroideries at tbe
Sweet potatoes and new cabbage at
Don't forjjet the neektie sale at tb
See what vou can ret for f 1.85 at
Fresh ooeoanuts and oranges at
Browner & CoV.
The plaee to bnv your neckties is
at the C olnmhia.
Fine line f oranges ami bananas at
Browner & Co's.
The largest $1 ;lovc sale in tb
west at Bennett s.
Demoeratie meetinir at Turner ball
Head let 1 lice. radih'. onions ami
celery at Hunchrr.
In order to invoire Arnold's ro
eery will be closed Monday.
Let a.! democrat s turn out at
Turner ball tomorrow niht.
The finest line of fresh e;;ctab!e
in the city at Browner & Co"s.
Attend tin' Four Kmeralds" dane
at Turner hall Saturday evening.
i i u t House i !iee-e. tromaire i
Brie ane Neii filiate! at Buneber"s.
Ladies rcnicTn'm'i' the ;!ove sal
Continues for tlwve days at Bennett's
The cheapest plaee in the eity to
buy embroideries is at the I nlumma
Nice fresh lettuee. radi.-hes. on
ions and ripe tomatoes at Browner Ar
Kverv Iadv in the three citie.-
fhonld visit the ;love sale at Ben
Attend the ivat cloak sale tomor
row at Melntire Bros'. Begins at 0
o clock a. m.
Last dav of the $1 shoe sale to
morrow. Men's, women's, children
all kinds The Boston.
Last chance shoe sale ends to
morrow, and pou will regret it if you
don t attend I he Boston.
The Four Emeralds fjivc a dance at
Turner hall on Sat urday evening and
a grand time is anticipated.
Bring in tbe child rtuikaad .til them
ut with "shoe at $tap:rir? Larpe
anety to select from I he Boston.
A man who will play false to his
friends will be false to any trust re
yosed in him. Look out for McCon
Simon & Mosenfeldcr show more
iw novelties in children's clothing
than a'! other stores in this city eoni-
The familv of Richmond Terrell ar
rived home yesterday from the south
where they spent the winter with
W. K. Fallnian arrived in the citv
yesterday from his home in Des
Moines ami will visit a week with
Tomorrow winds up the $1 shoe
ale, so if vou haven t supplied your
pelf, don't delai anv longer The
McConochie has used his friends
fer him own Ieva.Lion. A man who
will betray hi? friends will betray
tbe people. " -
Today and t niirrow the greatest
hance of your life to pet extra tine
ladies donpala kid button shoes at
1.85 at Dolly Bros.
The public be blasted, says Mc
Conochie, I'm "fur MoConochie. The
man who fail to look after himself
pets left in this world.
Tbe place to which all wise ladies
will resort tomorrow will be Melntire
Bros", cloak exhibition 9 a. m. to 5
p. m. Lots of new styles.
It will not only afford you pleasure
hot be a great saving for you to in
spect Simon & Jtlosen folder's boys'
and children' department.
The board of education at its meet
ing last night decided to employ
Hammatt & Btiford as architects for
the new No. 4 building, and a meet
ing will be held next Thursday even
ing in order to arrange for specifica
McConochie' latest overture to
Schroeder is aid to be that in the
erent of the former's election and
the latte.r's defeat, Schroeder is to
have a position on the police force
and Schroeder has agreed to the
Chief Miller claims to have the
authority to name two men from
Kock Island to co-operate with De
tective Bontield'8 men at Chicago
during the World's fair. The men
Tbe onlj Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-CJoel in HDllons of Homes 40 Xears th Standard.-
are to rcnrt to Chicago April 25. If
Miller is sagacious, he will attach a
st ring to one of thoe appointments
that will give him the right to one of
tiie jobs after April 4.
It is irratifvinjr to note that tbe
Chicago papers today all speak of
Kock Island's efforts to secure the
Yerkes obervatory. President Wil
liam Jackson, of the Citizens' Im
provement association, has the mat
ter in hand and is working in its in
terests. A meeting of the candidates on the
democratic ticket and all committee
men, tbe members of the Stevenson
club and democrats generally is
called at Turner ball tomorrow even
ing to take into coiiMdoratian a plan
of active campaign on behalf of Me
dill and reform.
James South worth was arrested by
the police last night as being an ac
complice to Richard Ledgett in steal
ing a horse from H. A. Carter, at
Rockford. 1). II. Kllis, deputy sher
iff of Winnebago county, came down
last night. ami took the two men back
to Rockford today.
Simon A: Mosenfeldcr this morning
received a telegram from Mr. Simon
informingMr. Mosenfeldcr of an im
portant purchase from a crowded
manufacturer. tJoods will be in
shortly, and this spring's opening
will be one long to lie remembered.
Mr. Simon is expected home tomor
row. Tbe Willing Worker" Missionary
society of the Broadway Bresby terian
church give a costume entertainment
at the church this evening. Joseph
Knanislut and wife from Oroomiah.
will be present in their costumes and
will sing. Light refreshments will
be served. All are cordiallv in
There is no stronger argument to
be presented against tbe continua
tion of the reign of MeConochiesim
than the fact that with the exception
of Miller, not one of the men who ir-
iginallv supported him and brought
him out, desires hi s re-elect ion. His
best friends have all lcen victims ot
his duplicity and ingratitude.
A meeting of the different alder
manic and township ticket candi-
lates. the Stevenson club anil demo
crats renerallv is called for Turner
hall tomorrow night, w hen im jvirtant
matters will be discussed and action
taken looking to an energetic and
vstematic campaign in the interests
of the democratic ticket and reform
The most absurd document of the
present campaign, appeared in yes
terday morning's Union in the way
of an extended eulogy of the mayor
and his political strength. The Urst
of these arguments is that the mayor
is the candidate of labor. The utter
ridiculousness of this assertion is
shown in the fact that aside from
rhil Miller, the mayor's chief aid and
olitical manipulator is Boss Col-
ms. whose reputation as a sympa
thizer with organized labor is too
well known to require further argu
ment. Another point raised by the Union
as an argument is that '-he has made
some enemies by not favoring con-
tiactors who counted on something
of the kind." The assertion, prompted
as it is by McConochie. is intended
as an insult to ex-Alit. . 11. t-d-wards.
who. like many others of Mc-
Conochie's original friends, is now
opposing the mav'or, not because of
personal disappointments in the mat
ter of contracts, but because of differ
ences entirely political growing out
of the mayor's base deception of Mr.
Ldwards and others to whom the
mayor owes his elevation to the
office. The contemptible, insulting
allusion to Mr. Edwards will there
fore not have a tendency to reconcile
any of the elements that arc combin
ing in the republican party to bring
about McConochie's downfall.-
Altogether the Union's attitude in
support of McConochie is about what
ould be expected for a cause with
out argument to ctmmcml it.
Just what might have been expect-
d has already occurred in imtosters
working on the strength of theTsalva-
tion army here. Yesterday a woman
ppeared at a Second avenue resi
dence representing herself as begging
for the Salvation army, saying that
it had saved her son. She was given
some money, but about half an hour
later one of the regular captains ap
peared in quest of pecuniary assist
ance, and upon being told of the pre-
lous visitor, declared that the array
had made no young men converts as
et, and in this wav it was learned
that 4-he was an impostor. There
may be more than one working the
Whv wear3r vonr throat and pa
tience with that wretched eouirh
when a bottle of Dr. Bull's Conph
Syrup will cure you promptly.
I'i'erre, S. IX. has discovered the fire bust
that devastated half the city by a series of
fires about a year neo in the person ot
Airs. Delilah Thompson, of Ilighmore, who
naa been arrested.
I!E H)U IX NEED?
want a cojk
Want a partner
Want a sitna'lon
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to fell a farm
Want lo fell a house
Want to exchange anjtbiogr
Want to ell household good
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or Trade for anytbf ns
Want to find cus'omort for anything
USb 1 UKsfc COLUMNS.
pHK DAILY AKGVS DSL1VKKED AT YOUR
c .toor evt ry eemte lor liyjc per week.
WAXTBD IMMEDIATELY. A GIRL TO
It-am dressmaking, at 606 Eighteenth street.
WANTED IX ARGC3 COMPOSING ROOM
l an apprentice with tome cxieiirnce at
WANTKD A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8K
work. Good wage". Apply at SOS Twentieth
FOR RENT THREE NICK FUhNISIIED
rooms: can f iruifli board if desired. Apply C.
4. this ofiice.
UTANTEn-A POSITION AS FlhST GIRL OR
for peDeral work in a familv. Addreps 2V21
LADIES WHO WILT. DO WRITING FORME
fat Ih ;ir linmc? will in ke pood watcs. Re
ply with self-sridrcie1. fiamped envelope. Miss
Mildred Mi'.'.or. South ltertl. I mi.
J. T. Montrose. Manager.
Tuesday Evr., March 28; h.
The Society Kvi nt of the Season.
The Popular Em.!ion::I Ac' ri ?.
Aited by wlr. Frederic lierzopanua
pertcct C"ini av. prest nrin the Great
ew York success.
Tlie Fringe of Society
A Sumptuous Production.
Elegantly Cost umed and Staged
Seats on sale March C6th. Prices tl 00, 75. 50
ana i cents.
Burtis Opera House,
S!S! ! March 24 and 25
TR EM EX DOUS
Price f 1, To, SO and S5c. Seats at Fluke's
Wednesday morning, March 2i. Telephone so.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
his cxclnyiTc aale of
the crcatet TecretaMs comiiound which l recog
nized by all laoit't who have tested H mer-.ts .as
the most practical, scientifl : acd reliable remcojr
of the age. To those who wish
remedy same will be fnrnished at $10 per box.
Call at offce, room 15.I)ittoe Block, corner
Third and Brady, Davenport.
Jotin VoU Sc Co.,
Door? Blinds. ..Siding, Floorine.
i : i'i ii!M o' .rt for oniidert-.
SiChttenrs -. !.. r)irin.i iorto vet.
- New Shoe Store
1804 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Mont
gomery's Hardware store Largest and finest Shoe
Store in this vicinitv.
Wait for the opening of the M. & K.
NEW CLOTHING STORE,
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
W ;;Vii f,.-...-vv'..-
This represents tbe
Best Mlm Mm
ON THE XAKKKT.
Jt liaa nifirn ttibbino; surface
tban ai.y cth r. wmks very easy
aud with it th- wa hing of a
large family can b- mrnil out
brighr ano c-leaiti i two hours.
Call ard c-xaniiiie the Qneeii-of
was1 ere. Sold only by
GREAT B KL4i;N8.
As I am crowded and ovi-r-slocked
with socttiiit hand pianos ami organs.
I am di'termined to closo thorn out I
this month, if low nricos will do it. I
Those instruments are all in pood or
der and will he taken back as part pay
on new instruments at any time you
wish to exchange.
1 Worchcster square piaro $ :- 0C
1 PennsvlTar.ia ro,n re piano 50 00
1 Finn fon.i .t o 55 00
1 Sttck qnars piano b5 00
1 w a '.nut caw upright piano ociayes.... SiiO 00
1 " " " S50 00
1 rosewood upright " " " SIS 00
1 wnlnot cae uptight piano 2lj 00
1 Wes crn Cottuge organ, walnut csj II
stops 40 00
1 Carpenter organ, vralrut case, K Hops . .. 45 00
1 " ' " " 9 stop.... 50 00
1 Chicgo orcan $0 00
1 Mason & Hamlin organ 65 00
The above named instruments can
be purchased on easy payments. I
also hare a lare stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Hallet & Davis,
Emerson and other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball organ. You can
save money by purchasing here as
you are buying direct from the man
ufacturer. Come and see me and get
D. K. BOWLBV, Manager.
W. W. Kimball's BRAxen House.
Kock Island. Ill
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard. Parlor.
Always on hand the ftnest branda of domestic
and Imported citars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1908 Second Arennr.
This week we offnr au unusally
large and attractiv. line of
Styles ch ice.
Lol 1 India Silks, fair assorm't.
H? cent P.
Lot 'J India Silks, very good.
f 0 cnts.
Lot a India Silks.
Lot 1 India Silks,
! ot C Chf-my Bros ' India
Silks in elegant shades and de
signs in fact the choicest as
sortment we have -er bLowd.
y id '2
fc - -y
Gent's FINE Neckwear.
Just received 500 fine Satin and Silk Neck
ties that will be placed on sale at 25 cents
for this week onlv. Positively the greatest
value ever offered for the money. Come
early and carry them away at 2 cents each;
$3 per dozen.
1728 Second .iv.
Sour Mash Whisky
SATURDAY, MARCH i...
A representative of one of th
largest and best cloak houses
in the U. 8 will be with u3
for the special purpose of dis
playing tteir entile line of
Spring Cloaks. A grat op
portunity to make an elegant
selection. In lie meaiitin
if you wish to buy earlier our
stcct is A No. 1.
F J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
226 Market Square.
ADLER, Market Square.