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THEAKGUS, MONDAY, MAIvCH 27, 1893.
CIT Y OH AT.
1.S5. l'.8.V,t.S.V $1.85.
Easter novelties at the Columbia,
tlo to Iollv Bros. All you need is
Bargains at the closing out sale at
Special sale nt the Fair, beginning
Wash bowls and pitchers 45e at t he
Millinery opening tomorrow at
Miss Haas .
The Adams is the place to buy your
Easter card ami 'novelties at
Tomorrow will be the last day for
John A. Liphardt of Canoe Creek,
was in the city today.
Fringe of Society" at Harper's
theatre tomorrow night.
Maude Grander in the Fringe of
ioeiety". tomorrow night.
SeleoX your wall paper early at the
Adams and avoid the rush.
Telephone 1V1 for wall paper and
earpet cleaning by Troupe.
Supervisor John A. Wilson of
Rural was in the city today.
The Fringe of Society" tomorrow
evening at Harper's theatre.
A large and beautiful stock of wall
paper at the Adams; prices the low
est. Eugene Burns came down from La
Salle to rpend Sunday with relatives
Hon. E. W. Hurst returned on Sat
urday evening from a business trip
Capt. J. M. Montgomery is again
able to be about after a severe sick
We will clean out our entire line of
ladies" f 2.50 shoe at. $1.85 at Dollv
Ladies attend the millinery open
ing tomorrow and Wednesday at Miss
Joe Miller came. down from Chica
go and spent Sn'nday at his home in
the city. .
If you want to select anything in
easter novelties.' Read the Colum
bia's add. on 8th page.
You can buy at Dolly Bros', shoe
store a ladies' cloth top. patent tip or
kid buttoned for $1.85.
The people are averse to third
termers, especially f j the - McCono
ehie stripe. . Out npon him.
No more of McConochie say the
masses. It is time for honesty and
fairness in municipal politics.
rresiderJpJl'.iite'rback of the
Tri-City street jcailwaj company re
turned to Chicago last evening.
It is money in your pocket to visit
the Adams Wall Pajer Co's and see
their fine line of handsome paper.
Managing Director A. E.Kutledge,
and W. J. Pierport of the Rock
ford construction company are at the
The first of the Schubert recitals
will be given at the rooms of the Rock
Island Amateur Musical club tomor
The city's interests demand that
McConochie be turned down. The
voters will heed the situation and
John Keller ami Mrs. Rosa Barton
of this city were united in marriage
bv Magistrate Wivill at his office on
C. F. Cooper, formerly manager of
the Housmai... hardware store and
now located iijfchicago, is calling on
old friends ii the city.
Avoid the rush of spring house
cleaning by having Troupe clean
your wall pajcr at once. Will be
lere for three weeks only.
Capt. Annie Boyler, of the Salva
tion army, assisted by Capt. Pierce,
conducted services m the jail yester
day. Capt. Boyler left today for her
borne in Springfield.
Postmaster Howard Wells who has
been quite seriously sick for some
time has experienced a change for
the better and hope is nowentertain
tained for his entire recovery.
Lost A gold glove buttoner with
Chain and pendant, between the Har
per house and Fifth avenue pharma
cy. Return to Dr. Hollowbush Fifth
avenue pharmacy and receive reward.
Maj. C. W-. Hawes and daughter.
Miss Josephine, came down from Ful
ton today. Maj. Hawes states that
there will be no assessment by the
Medern Woodmen for the month of
While the Union was raisingits ob
jection to third termers, it over
looked the fact entirely that there are
five third-term candidates on the re
publican tickef; chief of "whom is Mc
Conochie. President Louderback of the street
railway com pan', while here Satur
day purchased six beautiful How er
ing tulip trees, six plants of trailing
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Used in Millions ot Homes 40 Years the Btandard.
arbutus and 20 horse chestnut trees,
to be used in beautifying the tower.
The finest and largest stock of wall
paper ever received in the city is at
Geo. Sutcliflfe. the only store in the
city that has the exclusive right of all
the leading factories, and he has
bought in quantities that he can sell
paper cheaper than any store can
The remains of the late George
Browner were taken from the vault
in Cbippiannock uemetery yesterday
afternoon and interred in the family
lot. A large number- of the friends
of deceased were in attendance, the
services being conducted by Rev
Freeburg, of Moline.
H. F. Preston, one of the Arcs
typesetters who has been confined at
Mercy Hospital Davenport for several
months, with trouble similar to
paralysis, is again able to be about.
His friends are gratified to witness
his improvement and hope that he
may soon entirely recover.
Hiss Haas wishes to announce to
the ladies of this city and vicinity
that tomorrow and Wednesday she
will have her opening day to display
some of her beautiful spring milli
nery. She will exhibit a choice se
lect'ion of pattern hats and bonnels;
among them artistic Paris hats-
The "Helper's" circle of King's
Daughters are preparing to to hold a
flower social at the residence of Mrs.
W. II. Gest on Thursday evening,
April tilh. Supper will be "served
from six to nine o'clock and there
will be for sale juitted plants, cut
flowers, towels and work aprons.
A warrant was sworn out before
Magistrate Wivill today by Miss An
nie Osenburg. who became a mother
yesterday, charging Dr. A. Hanna.
the veterinary surgeon with being
the father of her child. Dr. Hanna
was placed under arrest ami the case
will in all probability be settled this
Geo. SutclifTe, the wall paper deal
er, is pushing things to the point.
The fine trade from Davenport and
Moline are getting Ksted on the class
of goods that he keeps in stock and
he is doing a rushing business, as he
well deserves and knows how to han
dle. He is looking out for still more
trade, which he will tret beyond a
While in Rock Island Saturday,
Mr. Louderback approved of the de
sign selected by the commissioners
of Garnsey square in accordance with
the street railway company's propo
sition to provide a handsome orna
ment, and this morning Messrs.
Lardner and Schnitger came over
and authorized the putting in of the
ornament at once. It will be a beau
tiful drinking fountain, artistic in ap
pearance; and will cost the railway
H. F. Rovce. jreneral superinten
dent of the Illinois and Iowa lines of
the Rock Island, has resigned his po
sition and will be succeeded by Su
perintendent Dunlap ol the lines
west of the Missouri, who will here
after be general superintendent of
the svstem. Mr. Rovce has been
with the Rock Island road 40 vears
and began life handling freight in a
depot in Boston, afterward going on
the road as a brakeman. then check
clerk, conductor, station agent and
Feeds Ilia Cmckens on Morse Meat.
PlTTSBCnG, March 27. Officer Morelaad
reported to Superintendent of Police Muth,
of Allegheny, that Frank Lewken, of
Frederick street, killed a horse and after
skinning it cnt it up and packed it away
in barrels as he would a beef. When the
officer called t Lewken's bouse he found
a portion of the meat cooking in a pot
on tbe stove. Lewken is a frenchman and
claimed that be bad cooked the meat for
Three Men Killed by the Can.
E aston. Pa., March 27. Three men
were killed by cars at different times Sat
urday. They were James Farley, James
Winter and Michael C. Bowman. The last
two were railroader.
Mo: scs for aal.
For sale At a bargain, five good
heavy teams with harness and wag
ons, also single harnesses and buggy.
A bargain H taken at once. Keason
able terms will be given. Call at
One of the best known democratic
papers in the Eleventh congressional
district. A bargain if taken soon
Good office, cylinder press, plenty of
type, (iood job office in connection
The Weather Forecast.
The weather indications for the
next 8(5 hours from 8 a, m. are: Fair
today with increasing cloudiness fol
lowed bv light rain or snow tonight
or Tuesday; slightly warmer easterly
F. J. Walz, Observer.
It is a plain fact that 20 per cent of
the deaths in our larger cities are
caused by consumption; and when we
reflect that this terrible disease can
be forestalled by Dr. Bull's Ciugh
Syrup, shall we condemn the suiTer
crs for their negligence, or pity them
for their ignorance?
HE YOU IX NEED?
Want a cook
Wsnt boarder "
Want a partner
Wsnt a situation
Want to rent rooms '
Wsnt a servant g"l
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bonse
Want to exchange an thing
Want te sell household goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for scything
USK THKsE COLUMN?.
rHU DAILY AKQUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
I door every evening for 1SV4C per week.
ANTED a. BOY OP 16 TO TAKE CARS OF
a borre. Apply at HIT secona avenue.
FOt RENT THREE NICE FUrtNISHED
100ms : can furtlsh board it desired. Apply C.
4. this office.
WANTED-A POSITION AS FlhST GIRL OR
for general work in a family. Address 2Y21
ANTE i) AGENTS TO SB LLOUK CHOICE
and bandy nursery stock. We have many
new special varieties, both in fruits aid orna
menta's to offer which are controlled only by us.
We pay commotion or salary write us at once
for terms, and secure choice of territory. May
Brothers, Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y.
JJarpef s Theater,
J- E- Montrose. Jlsnaeer.
Tuesday Evp., March 28th.
The Society Event of the Season.
The Topular Emotional Actress,
Aited by Mr. Frederic Herzog and a
pcrlect comranv. predentin:; the Oreat
New York Success,
The FriDge of Society
A Sumptuous Production.
Elegantly Costumed and Staged.
Seats on sale March Cttth. Prices f l.0 , 75, 50
and 25 cents.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
Friday, March 31st,
The minstrel monopolist,
and his magnificent
Dan Omnlan. Jake Wclby. Lon Hudson, C. C.
Pearl, Bob Keys. O. B Ward, George
Sale, Kalph Royer. .
THE FAMOUS - " '
The most expensive and best known rgani
zation in the world presenting
Scats on sale Wednesday 99ih.
Price $1.00. 7, 50 and 2S ocns.
B urtis Opera House,
SATURDAY. APRIL 1st-
Afi!ted by C. W. Couldock, Frank Weston and
her own company of players In a perfect
dramatic and scenir pr d tic: ion of the
Greatest ileait play ever written
Under the auspices of Lodge No. 333, K. of F's.
'A play one is bet'er for having seen.
Henry Ward Beecher.
A car load ot beautiful scenery carried for this
Prices Si, 75, 50 and S5c. Seats at Fluke's
Wednesday morning, March 29. Telephone no.
LOOK FOR THE
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 STOKE,
lit VVV.'Vy '..'
This represents ttiH
Best WasiiiDfi Llacliiue
ON THE MARKET.
Jt has more nibbing surface
than ai y oth r. v orks very easy
and with it th- wa bing of a
large family can b mrnp-l out
bright Hi.- c!e:tni t two hours.
Call ard t-xamii;e the Queen of
was ere?. Sold only by
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
der and will be taken back as part pay
on new instruments at any time you
wish to exchange.
1 Worchester square piano
1 Pennsylvania rqutre piano.
1 Firth Pond A to & 00
1 Steck square piano to 00
1 walnut case uprieht piano 7i octaves.... 900 00
j 250 00
1 rosewood upright " " 81 00
I walnut cae npricht piano 216 00
1 westers Cottage organ, Walnut case 11
stops 40 00
1 Carpenter orsan. walnut case, 8 Hope 45 00
9 stops 50 00
1 Chic go oraa JO 00
1 Mason A Hamlin organ Ca 00
The above named instrument can
be purchased on easy payments. I
also hare a large stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Hallet & Davis,
Emerson and. other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball organ. You can
6avc money by purchasing here as
you are buying direct from the man
ufacturer. " Come and see rne and get
D. R. BOWLBY, Manager,
W. W. Kimball's Bkanch House,
Rock Island, 111
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnest brands of domestic
and imporwd clears. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
New Shoe Store
You are probably now
SPRINLr DHESS GOODS
Some sp cial things this
week you ought to eee?
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 m
t he shape of Rabbits. Ghickens.- Kittens,
Pigs, etc., at verv low prices. Call and see
the nice assortment.
ISIT-Closing out a line of Wash Bowls and Pitchers, slightly
damaged, bat eery cheap at 45e. Also a email , lot of roverei
Chambers at 35c
F. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
Mimro, De-Bue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers
226 Market Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
Henri-ttas, 46 iu. special-
Wool Mixtures -
48c. 50c. Hfc.
Beautiful Robes. ,
Silks lovely aesigns.
And many other fabrics
& ADLER, Market Square.