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. (;ITV CHAT.
Matnlc iraner tonight.
Easter novelties .it the Columbia.
Easter novelties at Krell & Math's.
Millinery opening at MeCahe Bros.
Nice chicken at the Arnold jrro
ery. ! -'
Wash howls anil .pitchers 45c at the
Columbia. - " '
Maude Grander in the --Fringe of
"The Fringe o .Society" at Har
per's theatre this evening.
M. & K. are showing the greatest
and latest agonies in footwear.
C. D. Lcisftre. of Racine, was in
the city -yesterday on business.
Notice the Boston's change of add.
in regard to ladies' $2.50 shoes.
Down with MeConochieism, say the
masses and McConoehie jroes down.
Let the little folks see the Easter
novelties and eggs in Krell & Math's
Dr. E. E. Rogers and L. Lowry of
Port Byron were in the city todavon
See Maude Granger's idea of the
-Fringe of Societv" at Harper's thea-
lc up to
Easter eggs from 10 for
hand painted at 25c each.
Math have a tine selection.
The great millinery event of the
year, MeCabe Bros.' opening, which
occurs tomorrow and Thursday.
If you .want, to select anything in
Eastor?jio-elties read the Columbia's
big advertisement on eighth patje.
A more perfect line of foot wear has
never been shown all the new styles
low in at the M. & K. new shoe
One week from today McConoehie
will be scr-ved with his paersto juit
and the document will be fullv en
dorsed. A false nlr;u from box 33 rot turn-
i . .i .
i mo me "re uepart jnent toilav lv
the crossing of wires. Nothing" hut
a little exercise for the teams re
united. Only $2.0'. Call in and examine
the $3 line of ladies' tine shoes at
$2.50. This .-hoe is a leader The
This is no special sale but the
price we intend to sell this shoe at
all the time $2.5i) worth $3 The
Miss Barbara Ullemeyer has ac
cepted a position with the Klti"--Hassler-Sviivrenster
dry good s house
French designs and exclusivestvles
will be the special features of "the
millinery exhibit tomorrow and next
day at MrCabe Bros.
The sam quality hats as some
Healers'are advertising at $1.39, M. &
K. will sell, when thev reopen, at f 1.
Wait for the M. & K
All members of the Santa Marie
society are requested to meet at the
sisters' school t:30 this evening iir
stead of 4onwwrow evenin"-.
Ladies have you seen those fancv
Oxfords just received at the M. & K.
No other store has them. They are
the very latest. Inspection invited.
All candidates on the democratic
ticket ami also ward committeemen
are requested by Chairman Whet-Ian
to meet at "Turner hall tomorrow
Fashionable ladles must wear fash
ionable headwear. The millinery
opening on Wednesday and Thurs
day at MeCabe Bros." will set the
styles for this season.
Chicken pie for supper at the First
M. E. ohnrch Friday, Mrrch 31.
Price 50 cents. All are cordially in
Tited. A musical programme will be
given during the evening.
The millinery opening at MeCabe
Bros, occurs on Wednesday 'ami
Thursday. The general opening for
goods doo not take place until
10 o'clock on Friday, and you are in
Jnvited. Fred Sc.hroe.der. the democratic
aldermanic candidate in the Second
ward, is au industrious, energetic
working man. who is popular with all
lasses, and his election is a foregone
Before we have another successive
term of MeConochieism, say the peo
ple, let us have a change. Three
terms in succession of a man who has
evinced nu-h a duplicity of character
is to- much.
C. Maucker is the coming al
derman few in the Fourth ward. He
is making friends every dav in his
canvass and all who meet him are
favorably impressed with him and
desire to see his election.
A jury was imnanneled iu the coun
ty court today to try the condemna
tion proceedings of Sixteenth avenue
inMoline. The jury went up and
looked over the ground this morning
and the trial is in progress this after
noon. The lirst patient was received at
St. Anthony's hospital yesterday, in
the erson of Edward Murph van em
ployee of the Rock Island Stove Co.,
whose home is in Hamilton. Ont..
and who is very ill with typhoid
White ami brow it" rabbits, chicken
in shell, ducks with moving head and
mouth, pigs in ejjgs, storks, children
in eggs and a thousand other novel
tics at Krell & Math's.
The Boston is offering this week a
new line of ladies' tine shoes, in
square an. I Op toe patent tip-
that always retail for $3. at only
12.50. This is a leader.
The Manhattan club entertainment
occurs tomorrow night. A feature
will be a wrestlinr match between
Andrew Moore of Big Rock and Wrest
ler Carter of Davenport.
u . H. Judge and wife, left this
morning over the C, B. & Q. for St
Louis where they will visit a short
time and then go bv way of the
Southern Pacific to California, and on
their return will visit Utah and Colo
rado. Conductor Rogers of the C, B. &
Q. brought up some more line ducks
from the vicinity of Beardstown this
morning, showing that there is plen
ty of good game there and that the
popular conductor knows where to
Do not squander your money on
old styles and old goods. M. & K.
will soon reopen with everything
new, besides they will have "some
thing special for the opening of their
new clothing store. By all means
wait for it.
The millinery opening at Miss
Haas's today was a great success, and
will be continued tomorrow in order
to give those who could not attend
today a chance. Don't fail to see her
pattern hats; they are direct from
Eastern and Paris importers.
The people of the Sixth ward have
determined upon John Kanosky as
their candidate for alderman, lie is
a representative working man, hav
ing through his own merit and in
dustry established himself as a con
tractor and builder, and he is such a
man as the people of the ward mav
be proud of.
Aid. Dan Corken will be reelected.
He has made a faithful, industrious
alderman from the Third ward, stand
ing in the front ranks f that portion
of the municipal assembly which has
upheld public improvements guided
by a progressive spirit. Aid. Corken
is a credit to his party, to his ward
and to the city.
It's trade, trade, trade all along the
line; that is the latest edict to the
McConoehie workers. Sacrifice every
thing for McConoehie, is the injunc
tion, and the Millerites are attempt
ing to trade but the difficulty is
experienced in finding a democrat
who will swap. Medill, men are
An alarm of tire from box 12 at
Seventh avenue and Fifth street
brought the department to the resi
dence of Edward Stuhr on Seventh
avenue and Seventh street, where a
smoke house near a barn had taken
tire. The flames w ere extinguished
before the arrival of the department,
t here being scared v any damage done.
The latest scene of attempted op
erations of the McConoehie nickle-in-the-slot
machine is in the Sixth ward.
Miller went up yesterday and at-
temptcu to work a trade for votes for
McConoehie to the detriment of oth
ers on the ticket with him. but the
scheme failed as usual. The Medill
ticket goes straight in the Sixth ward
without a blemish, as everywhere in
the city. This is a crusade against
McConoehie and all its accessories.
If the Union keeps on abusing Fer
dinand Bein. the democratic candi
date for alderman in the Seventh
ward, his majority will be even larger
than he had counted on. Mr. Bein
is a working man, such as composes
the masses of the democratic partv.
It is nothing to his discredit where
he earns his living so be makes it
honestly. He. is a property holder
in Rock Island and has always been
identified with the city. Would that
Rock Islond had more of his kind
among its people. It will welcome
all, who come to make their
homes with us, no matter where
their sceaes of toil.
The popularit- of William Roth,
the democratic aldermanic candidate
in the First ward, is shown bv the
fact that the republicans dared make
no opposition to him. To be sure he
was for many years a member of the
latter party, but in that time the
party never thought enough of him
to honor him. Of late years his sen
timents and feelings have been with
the democratic party, and that partv
has seen tit to recoirnize his abilities
and to honor him. It is a rather late
day for the republicans of the First
ward to come around to recognize
Mr. Roth's iitness after the democrats
have set the example.
J- E. Montrose, aimnacer.
iiiesday Eve., jyjarch 28th.
The Society Event of the Season.
The Popular Emotional Acireae,
A?ited by Mr. Frederic. HerzoR and a
, ...,., ., .. uuu ine threat
Kew York fcurwss.
TJie FriDge of Society
A Sumptuous Production.
Elegantly Costumed and Staged.
Prices (1.00 , 75, 50
3; t? - t ji;- t ?.
"Lf " 4
Seat on sale March ?6th
and iSo cents.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday. March 31st,
The minstrel monopolist,
Quinlan. Jake Wclby. Lon Hudson, C.
Pear!, Boh Keys, O. B Ward. Oeorge
Tbis rpinent8 tbt
Best Wing Mine
ON THE MARKET.
Jt has mere rubbing euiface
tban a-y r works very easy
and with it tb wa hinc of a
large family can h turned out
bright fn' c!erii'i two hours.
Call ai d xaaiiLe tbe Queen of
was fte. bold onlv bv
Gale. Ifalnh Hovt'r.
The most expensive and best knjwn
zation in ihe world presenting
Soats on sale Wednesday 29th.
Prices $1.00. 7 50 and 2S eon's.
Burtis Opera House,
SATURDAY. APRIL 1st.
AsMstedbyC. W. Cooldock, Frank Woston and
uvrwn rompany or players in a perfect
dramatic and scenic pr-d action of the
Ureatettlleart play ever written
Under the auspices of Lodje No. 333, K. of f.
"A play one is bet'er for having seen."
Henry Ward Beecher.
A car load of beautiful gceaery carried for tills
I'nces f 1, 75, 50 and 5c. Sean at Fluke's
w edneeda y morning, March 29. Telephone io.
As I am crowded ami over-stocked
with second hand pianos and organs.
I am determined to close them out I
thi THrIltt if 1 r - uriuic w! 1 1 ,1 Z t-
These instruments are all in rrood or
derand will be taken hack as part pav
on new instruments at any time vou
wish to exchang-e.
You aTe prr.bably now
Some sp. cial things this
week you ought to 6e ?
Henri-ttas. 46 in
Wool Mixtures -
Silks lovely ae6igD3i
Wir e Diagonsijs,
And many otht-r fabrics
Easter. Easter. Kaster
1728 Second At.
1 Worchcflter snuare tiiaro
1 PennsyWanla tqnrrc piano
i r inn fona .
1 Steck souare Diano
1 a'nnt case apright lianoTS octares..
1 rosewood upright " "
1 walnut cae unriaht riano
1 Wesiera Cottace organ, walnnt cse
1 Crnenler onran. walnut rau. R tnn .
1 9 stops..
1 Ohicgo orjran
1 Maaou & Bamlin organ
f 35 00
. SO O)
. V 00
. aoo on
Burtis Opera House
CIIMnAV ADDII Oil 1 NIGHT
VJUMUni, ni II 1 1 iUil ONLY
CHARLES A. GAltDXEK.
Vniler tte manancm:nt of Sidney R.
Ellis, iu his
The above named instruments ran
be purchased on easy payments.
also hate a larjre stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Hallet & Davis,
Emerson and other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball orsran. You can
ave money ny pnrcnasinr nere as
vou.are buying direct from the man-
uiacturer. Come and see me and jret
I). R. BOWLBY, Manager,
W. W. KllBALls BltAXClI HorsE.
Rock Island. Ill
Asit?Ud by a competent cjmpany, special scen
ery and ihe
FAMOUS TYROLEAN QUARTETTE
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c. 23c.
te .is at the fcox office Sonday morning.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
has exclusive tale of
the greatest vegetable compound which 1 recog
nized by all ladies who haTe tested its merits .as
the most practical, scientific and reliable remedy
of the age. To those who wish
VI AVI .
TemedyBamewillbefnrTrishcdatSl.ro per box.
fall at offce, room lS.Dittoe Block, corner
Third and Brady, DaTanperU
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Stere and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported Clears. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
180S Second Avenue.
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.
-Closing ont a line of Wash Bowls and Pilchers. alitor
A J T . 1 . . - .j -
uauiagru, uui very cueap at 40C. Also a smi 1 lot of
Chambers at 35c
P. J. YOVXG, Proprietor.
Munro, De-Bue 4& Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
226 Market Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLEK. Market Square.
LOOK FOR THE
can hirhlv recomniond Dr.
Bull's Couih Svrup for croup. 1
hare used it for peroral years and lind
it the best remedy ever tried. Mrs.
Hannah Morrison, Burlington, W.
Tbe only Pn re Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
f fT ' ' '
1)(1 in Millions ot Homes 40 Years the Standard.
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,
AT THEIR OLD STAND