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HIE AIKUJS. A1 ' V Li DA' Y , M3l1CH 25, L8V3.
W at i
Owning of tin
M. & K. clothing store.
M. & K. for tine fhiH's
Four Emeralds' lance tonight.
Cook wanted at the Maucker house.
Lunch at the-Star saloon this even
ing. Look at the Columbia's vharnje of
Free Inm-h at the Star saloon tO
light. :; ;
Wash how and pitchers 45c at the
Wanted A fiTuh irirl at the Rock
William Killini of Coal Vallev was
in the city todaj.
$3 buys a ladies $4.50 quality welt
shoe at the M. & Jv.
Orpans fro-m $15 to $75 at the re
moval sale. Bowlby's.
A very fine liue of baby shoes just
arrived. "at the XI. & K.
Russet shoes arriving daily at the
M. A K. new shoe store.
Steamboat Inspectors Yaer'r and
Knapp are at the Harper.
Russet shoes for ladies, men. toys
and children at the M. & K.
Easter card. dyrs and papier
mac-he novelties at I ho Columbia.
Next Tuesday will be the last day
of rcjristratiop". Make a note of it.
Those ladies?:.' patent tip doiiro
la button snes'rirc beauties M. &
Remember that G. (). Huekstaedt's
is the place to buy furniture and ear
pets. Aidcn Sutherland, of Port Byron,
was in the city yesterday on busi
ness. (i. O. Huckstaedt has the largest
ard best selected stock of carpets in
50 pianos ant organs must be oid
some price before April 15th.
Ed. Griffith. was apjointed substi
tute mail carrier at the postoftice this
Call and see the bargains in pianos
and organs t the Teat remoTal sale.
Are you thinking of bujria a new
hat? You know Lloyd&Stewart have
They are the correct thinr. What?
"Wjrse new hat-a Lloyd an (4 Stewart
are showing;. ,
We are hitton oh embroideries,
ladieV mustii nnderwear and laeea.
, J. MntafcTwTtl "be 'elected city
trea-surf r' April 4. He has been tried
aad not found wanting.
Ko is your t4me t select your
eerpcts while the assortment is vm
jlete at G. O. IluckstaedCs.
Albert 1. IIueinx will be Kock
fa-land's next city clerk. Hi elec
tion is a foregone, conclusion.
Clemann dr Nalzmann shipped two
large bills yesterday, one to Daven
port and the other to Geneseo.
Every one knows, that has ever
bought a hat of Lloyd & Stewart,
tfteir goods prove satisfactory.
Place your order for carpets at
Olensann & Salzmann's so that they
an make them up before the rush.
Pianos for $.55. $50. $55 and $75
will do for beginners. Call and see
them at the removal sale. Howlby's.
Robert Grcjrr went into t he county
onrt this morninr and on a plea to
embezzlement was fined $250 and
J. E. Larklo and Edward Lieber
knecht will be tbnext constables for
Rock Island township. Thev are not
11 you are looking tor iurniture o
ro Clemann SaJzmann's. Thev have
the stock and -sell at prices yuaran
teed thff lowest.
The annual meeting of the I'ock
lsiacu i-ountv isilue society occurs
at the Central Presbyterian church
Edward Bauersfeld will be elected
township collector in a walk. There
is no kind of comparison between his
pponent and himself.
Great reduction in the Hal!et &
Iavis. Emerson and New Scale Kim
bail pianos for two weeks only at the
removal sale. Bowlby's.
Have yon seen the new Dunlap?
Call and see the finest line of hats
ever brought to Rock Island, now
read- at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Mrs. D. Schmid. of 216 Nineteenth
street, who has been seriously ill for
some time, is now slowly recovering
as all her friends will be pleased to
The police brought down 11 tramps
from the Rock Island yards today,
who were living in a caboose and
working the neighborhood for the
Don't let anybody make you be
lieve Lloyd & Stewart can't give you
full value when it comes to hats. We I
claim the nobbiest, newest and
The MeConochio crowd must be
getting desperate. As high as $50
has been offered for workers in two
different parts of town within the
past two days.
V, J. Gillillan. who has made this
city his distributing joint for his
quarries in Kansas, has arrived in the
city with his family and will remain
here permanently. ;
President D. H. Loudcrback of the
Davenport & Rock Island Railway
company, arrived at the Harper this
morning. He will lv; in the three
cities for several days.
Our temporary store will not hold
half our present ktock, hence we must
sell ho f . re removing. We guarantee
prices on organs and pianos to suit
you. Call early. Rowlby's.
Trust not the man who deceiveth
his friends. He who is false to his
friends is false to himself, and being
thus cannot be true to any man.
What of MoConoehie's record?
Anyone in need of a piano or organ
is simply neglecting their own inter
est by not seeing our bargains on ac
count of rdmoving. Easy terms anil
prices to suit you. Rowlby's.
H. C. Wivill has made the fairest
and best )Mlice magistrate Rock Isl
and has ever had, and t he-people will
manifest their contulence in him hv
re-electing him by a big majority.
For justices nf the peace Peter
Schlemmer and II. A. Baldwin have
been chosen by the democrats be
cause ot their litness for the omce.
The people will approve of the choice.
A vicious prize tight between two
employes of Rock Island arsenal oc
curred on Mud island ninht. Quite
a number witnessed the fiirht. the
younger man of the two coming out
It is not unlike! v t hat a well known
drv goods clerk of this citv will
shortly engage in the grocery busi
ness suocceain'T a !rentleman who
will turn his attention to the whole
The democrats of the First and
Second wards are requested to meet
at the Franklin hose house this sven
ing. William McEniry will be on
hand to speak, and a large attend
ance is desired.
Next week being Holy week, ser
vices will bi conducted daily at Trin
ity church by Rev. R. F. Sweet at 10
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. On Good Fri
day there will be an additional ser
vice from 12 noon to S p. m.
All voung men are invited to the
Y. M. C. A. at 3:8(5 p. m. tomorrow.
G. M. Lcosley will give the third in
the series of talks on '-voung men.
Subject. "The Young Man in Poli
tics." Albert Johnson will 5in;r spec
The Young People's society of the
United Fresbyterian church have tak
en the store recently vacated by the
Singer company. 1913 Second avenue,
where thev will sell on Saturday.
April 1, cake and pies, also linens,
An interesting street incident this
morning was an animated political
session on Second avenue between
Chief Miller and Bobby Bennett.
That interview to which the former
submitted last night may have
brought forth a reprimand.
Chief Miller cannot excuse the dis
graceful conduct of his men on behalf
of MoConochie by referring to past
records, or divert public attention or
alter public opinion. The publie is
at present dealing with the present
in which Miller is very much con
cerned. Street Superintendent Blaisdell is
evidently being worked now by the
foxy mayor pretty much the same
as Mr. Harriswas two years ago. The
captain is urging his friends to sup
port McConochie under the promise
that if the mayor is reelected he is to
continue as street superintendent.
It now looks as though the pro
posed improvement on Twentieth
street would be stubbornly fought.
A large number of property holders
principally those connected with the
Davenport lands and led by Captain
Robinson, have retained counsel anil
are preparing to contest it. Such
action is indeed to be regretted.
General Manager R. II. McMullenJ
of the Rock Island Gas works, hacl
quite an exciting experience with a
burglar in his room over his office
the other night, the intruder having
taken advantage of the police politi
cal tine work, but Mr. McMullen was
alert and the burglar being baffled,
made tracks before the- muzzle of a
The social of the Willing Workers"
Missionary band at the Broadway
Presbyterian church last evening was
1 fiuite well attended. The bovs of
the band appeared in the costumes of
; different nations, an interesting fea
Iture being Joseph Knamishu and
( wife of Persia, dressed in native
' costume. The affair netted a neat
sum to the band.
While the Union was this morning
Tbonly Pire Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-1 8rtTi ; X ;iioi ot -'mes- 4" tars in? Standard.
lauding up F. M. Sinnett, one of its
candidates for assistant supervisor.in
connection with the wonderfully
strong aldermen the republicans have
presented from the Seventh ward, it
scrupulously avoidnl mention of the
conduct of Mr. Sinnett on the 8-hour
law proposition while a member of
the municipal body.
The Rock Island Business Univer
sity, which opens Monday, March 27;
is a permanent Rock Island institu
tion and should receive the supxrt
and encouragement of the business
men and the people who have frons
and daughters to educate, livery
thing is in readiness for active work
at the opening. Prof. J. C Jacobs
feel quite encouraged by the pros
pects anil will enroll a number of
new studants next Monday.
The only objection the Union has
been able to imagine so far to any of
the democratic candidates is that
Ferdinand Bein. the next alderman
from the Seventh ward, works in
Moline. Why the morning paper
should consider it Koch mi t't-rn?il '
disgrace for a Rock Island man to
work in Moline as to everlastingly bar
him from holding office here, will be
difficult for the thinking men to un
derstand. However, Mr. Bein's in
terests in the ward cannot be belit
tled or affected by the Union's pecu
liar shoot. The morning paper is
given to such tricks in political
Ho at a for tal.
For sale At a bargain, live good
heavy teams with harness and wag
ons, also single harnesses and hnv.
A bargain if taken at once. Reason
able terms will be given. Call at
One c.f the best known democratic
papers in the Eleventh congressional
district. A bargain if taken soon
Good office, cylinder press, plenty of
type. Good job office in connection.
A reason for the faith that is in
him. A responsible citizen of the
south writes: "From observation
covering a great number of cases I
unhesitatingly pronounce Salvation
Oil to'be the most wonderful remedy
for burns I have ever tried.
Sir Henry James says that the careless
ness ot a messenger caused Great Britain
to lose the Alabama ease. He says the
messenger in some manner let the Confed
erates in London know that the British au
thorities were about to seise the AJa
bam a, so that the snip was immediately
rushed rut of port.
RE TOC IN KEBD?
Want a cook
WBt boarden : t
Want a :iuatlon
Want to rent room
Want a pcrvaut girl
Want to aril a firn
Want to veil a honc
Want to exchange amtblofr
Waat te fell hocsrhold gooa
Want to make any rral estate lr.
Want to sell rr tradw fcr anyiblnf
Want to nod cus'omem for envthiDC
I S hi THKsE COLUMN j.
pHK daily akgvs delivered atiouh
i. rtooretry ereuing for lc per yreek.
7 ANTEF. IMMEDIATELY. A C1BL TO
learn drrssmatinc. at 606 Eighteenth strett.
WANTKI) A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUE
work. Good wapo. Ajtpiy at S08 Twentieth
FOR KENT THREE SICK FUKNISlIED
room: can turxlsh board if desired. Appiy C.
4, this offlce.
VV ANTED-A POSITION AS FIbST GIRL OR
for general work In a family. Addrcfs 2721
IOST TWO YARDS OF BOTTLE GREKN
J ilk: between Seventeenth rtrcet and second
avenne and Tre'E & Co. Fiader itl pleaae re
torn to this effioe.
This represents the
ON TF?K MA RIOT.
it lias more tubbing suiface
tbau as y ot li r. trks very eaty
and with it the- wa hinp; of a
large fan.ily can b lurried out
bliglit. hio c!e:ini i two hours.
Call ar;d examiLe the Queen f
was trg. Sold on ?y by
IVi C 1 NTIRE
GREAT B RG 5NS.
As I am crowded and over-stocked
with second hand pianos and organs,
I am determined to close them out
this month, if low prices will do it.
These instruments are all in good or.
derand will be taken back as part pay
on new instruments at any time you
wish to exchange.
1 Woreheater square piaen $ 35 K
1 rennaylTaola qnre piano SO Oil
1 Firth Pona A Co 55 00
1 Steek tqoare piaao 65 00
I a'nnt car-e nprigbt piano TS oclare.... tno 00
1 250 00
1 roNvood nprlcht ' 31 00
1 walnnt cae upright piano. 215 00
1 Wet era Cottage organ, Walnnt cise II
atops.... 40 00
1 Crpenlr orran, walnnt cafe, tep 45 00
1 .. ... .. o Ptope ... so oo
1 Chic po orcaa , (SO 00
1 Maaon A Uam!ia organ 65 00
The above named instruments can
be purchased on easy payments. I
also-have a large 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
yon are buying direct- from the man
ufacturer. " Come and see me and get
P. K. BOWLBl. Manager.
W. W. Kimball's Branch House,
Kock Island, 111
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
This wf ek wn offer an unusaHy
large and attiac ive line of
Styles ch ice.
Lol 1 India Silks, fair assorm"t.
Lot 2 India Silks, yery good.
f 0 cents.
Lot 3 India Silks.
Lot 4 India Silks.
i ot 5 lirmy Bros ' India
Silks in elegant sLa.ies and de
sign; in fact the choicest as
sortment we have fter shown.
SATURDAY. MARCH -j.i.
A representative of on 0f tfc
largest and beet c:oak hons-s
in the U. S will be with
for the special purpose of ci.
playing tfceir entire line c;
SpriDg Cloaks. A grr-ar 0p!
porlunity to make an ?act
selection In .he E-antin.i
if you wish to buy e.iri, (3r
atoca is A No. 1.
LA DIES WHO WILL DO WK1TIXG FORMS
at th fir homes will n tke good tracer. He
ply with telf-addreraed. ttaroped envelope. Mis
Mildred Miller, South Deed, Iod.
WASTED AGENTS TO SELL OU R CHOICE
and bandv nursery Mork . We have many
new ppeeial varieties, both in fruits ar.d orna
ments' to offer, which are controlled only by of.
We pay commission or alary Write ob at once
for term, and eeenre choice of territory. May
Brother. Nurserymen. Rochester. N. Y.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the ncet brands of don-etic
and imported clear. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop..
1908 Second Avenue.
The Columbia :
1728 Second Av.
A complete line of Easter Cards suitable for
Sunday School children, from lc each and
up, and a line of Novelties such as Booklets,
Eggs, Dyes, and Papier Mache Novelties in
the shape of Rabbits. Ghickens, Kittens,
Pigs, etc., at verv low prices. Call and see
the nice assortment.
lS"01osing ont a line of Wash Bowls and Pitchers, elighiiy
damaged, but ery cheap at 45c. Also a sma 1 lot of covered
Chambers at 35c
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
Munro, De-Bue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers
226 Aarket Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
K0HN & ADLER, Market Square.
LOOK FOR THE
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 STOHE,
AT THEIR OLD STA