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'.THIS AXtGUS. TVJDlifcJDAX, MAKCH 29, 1893.;
At the V. & K.
Lace curtains at tin- Columbia.
I tery. Mr. Dickson was an uncle of
T. J. Medill, Jr., of this city.
? We have a few long pants suits, to
, tit boys from 14 to 18 years, left from
i the fire sale. We shall place the en
j tire lot on sale Saturday, at one third
Look out for war at the Columbia. ; 1Jnn and cciuioili collars which we
Friday and Saturday at the Coluni- arc j;oinjj to give away,
hia. j The Union stigmatizes the ropnbli-
Friday and Saturday at the Coluni- can opponents of McConochie as
Ida. l -. j "dissappointed self-seekers," who, it
Butter 27 cent? a pound at Max says, "are not entitled to any special
Kautz's. I consideration from the j-cople at
Sole agents for the Knox hats The ' large." With its usual astuteness
London ( 5 the poor old granny is 'way off the
Jtio as for tale.
j For sale At a bargain, five good ;
r heavy teams with harness and wag--J
ons, also single harnesses and buggy..'
I A bargain if taken at once. Reason i
I ahJe terms will be eiven. Call at
" EfTf 15 cents a dozen at Max ;
Kautz's. - ' - I
George Wilson's minstrels Friday,
Concert at Turner hall on Satur
At 8 o'clock this morninjr began
' the bustle attending the semi-annual
millinery opening of McCabe Bros'.,
'and up to the time of our going to
prc$s this- department has been lit
I terallv- thronrr(I with the fashionable
All the spring novelties in clothing ladies of the three cities who are on
at tbe Jxtmton.
They are dandies, those $10 suits
at f he "London.
Spring ojening Friday and Satur
day at the Columbia.
Neglegce shirts, ill the latest
shades The London,
i Spring overcoats, worth up to $18,
only 1 0. The London.
Grand concert and ball at Turner
hall on Saturday evening.
Lavender silk handkerchiefs in
four shades at the London.
The prince of minstrels, t.eorge
Wilson, at Harper's theatre
Your choice of any
4ci ties worth up
Alpine the latest craze in hats, all
colors, worth $-2.50 only $1.39 at the
Our $3 line of fluids suits, all this
season's goods, is immense The
If you want something real elegant
in the shoe line. M. & K. is the place
to jres it.
the alert for the latest and proper
thing in new head wear.
The colleagues of Mayor McCono
chie on the republican ticket,
tacitly admit that the
head of the ticket is hopelessly
snowed under, but have slight hopes
of their own individual success.
They all realize, however, that Slip
pery Bill is a heavy load to carry,
and there is a groan all along the
' The auditing board of the town of
Kock Island, composed of Supervisor
Conrad Schneider. Justices S. F.
Friday j Cooke and David Hawes and City
, Clerk Robert Koehler, met in annual
tie in the house session at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Kills were allowed as follows:
Conrad Schneider, treasurer's fees,
$27.85; Robert Koehler, clerk's fees.
$5.8.5; fees on sparrow bountv, $30.75:
I and for one day's service f auditing
ooaru, f t.
A comtemptible piece of under
handed campaign work in the past
few days has been an attempt to
spread a report that T. J. Medill was
not a resident of Rock Island but of
to $1.50. Tht
A ronrpsontstivo of n lmv-il
. Get your boy his suit this week so paper chased clear out to Milan the
he will have it Easter. No place othor (iav to fiml out about it. and
like the London to fit him.
California pears, peaches, apruots
and grapes to be sold out at $1.0'
per dozen at Browner & Co's.
California pears, peaches, apricots
and rraies to be sold out at
! when he ascertained that Mr.
had been for seven years a voter in
Rock Island city and a resident of
the county all his life, he came back
and merely made intimations on the
The Union has made a most amus-
pcr dozen at Browner & Co's.
There seems to le a wonderful lumd ing spectacle f itself crawling out
of sympathy between Bonev" John-' from under that boomerang it caused
tan one guess t yesterday morning by the account of
I that meeting at Roche's hall that was
you never held, but which it got mixed
Mc-!P with a meeting of W. F. Schroe-
the finest t hev ; der s friends held in the Second ward,
j the purpose of which was to induce
ii r. wnrneuer 10 wnnuraw irom ine
son "and Chief Miller
Hundreds of ladies will tell
that the millinery exhibit at
Cabe Bros today
have ever seen.
ti. it- 1 1 ...... .,
was under, arrest on complaint of ! republican ticket. The Union to the
Mis3"AnBa,Osenbunr. was settled this contrary notwithstanding no meeting
fninoiu ntrmont r.f rto i was held at Koehe s hall, and Mr
The Union refers to it ticket as
vV.'n T;V T l 'Ulr"" . assurances that such a meeting was
chie-M.Her' t.cket. alias the "s.nged hoM it wouM lay caim to thafl00
' about as quick as it could get
We are the leaders in low prices J hands on it.
and ar.;tlitt. other clothiers know they
cannot sell a cheap as we, if they! still Tradine.
sen gooit re:iar:e merchandise
' Roche has a cool hundred dollars
Wit . . J nurvaij lilt, i
rtli If! n f it. ht rrtnrn ' - - . . - - . . . 1 ....
j The eilict is still in force all along
J the republican lines, to trade. The
lhy result of yesterday s registra- exposure of the bold attempt to insure
lion m ine tuneron.. wards is as fol- sacrifices for McConochie in the Sec-
..rUl.., uw, .-.Hid, "i- only on a par with the attempt
McCabe Bros, millinery opening J manipulation of the other wards. In
continues durinir Thursday. Their the Sixth ward the McConochie-Mil-
general opening of dry goods takes J ler contingent was caught in an at
place at lv o'clock on Friday morn-, tempt to tamper with the the candi-
vvs: lirst ward. 425: Secon.l, f.31 ; on,i ward created great consterna
nrd. f.73; Fourth. 563; Fifth. f.2i: tion amonj the Millerites, but it is
venth. G05; Sixth. 47. only on a par with the attempted
ing and continues over Saturday
r i. . . I : . -
A II IT .lUIlf lr rru -'II I I II III I :1II V 1 t
finisbin'T ut its cin'vass nrl affected went
complete it in lOdsys.
in resilience should be
! dates on the republican ticket in he
's half of McConochie. One candidate
to McConochie with
and cooly ex-
sr win , ......
An v changes the matter, and the mayor, to
ret'iori.e.l m surprise, sat down and
j plained that the manipulation was
the work ol Koehler. who was expect
ing to profit by securing the election
of certain candidates on the demo
cratic ticket. .
Yet while the mayor was thus
maligning Koehler, the latter was
licking the hand that was striking
Mr. Stone at 317 Sixteenth street.
The Sir Knights of Everts com
mandery of Rock Island, and St. Si
mon of Cyrene commandcry of Dav
enport, attend special Easter services
at Trinity ;church. this city, next
While Capt. Koehler was doing his
best to help out McConochie yester
day, the latter watf putting up a job
with one of his confederates to lay
the blame of his own bad faith to
We shall not only have the largest
store, hut decidedly the largest and
finest stock, besides everything will
be new no old shelf room or bank-' Xnal Officer to Marry a Chinese Girl,
rupt stuff by all means wait for the San Francisco, March 29. A corres
opening of the M. & K. new clothing pondent of an evening paper, writing
store. from Honolulu tinder date of March 16,
says: rot the least interesting bit of
gossip here is the formal announcement of
I tried a bottle of Salvation Oil
on a wound and was cured within
several days. I never had sueh a
good remedy as Salvation Oil in my
hands. Mr. J. C. Duncan. Lexing
II. A. Baldwin, democratic candi
date for justice of the jH'ace has re
turned from his visit to Racine, and
has entered into an energetic canvass
for the office for which he is a candi
date, and proposes to get there too
with both feet.
The funeral of the late James
Dickson, of Milan, was held from the
home to the 1'resbyterian church
there at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon. It was very largely attended
by friends of the deceased, the inter
ment being made in the Milan eenie-
the engagement of Commander Whitney,
of the United States man o(-war Alliance,
to Miss Etta Ah Fong, daughter of Ah
Fong, a wealthy Chinese merchant of
. The Noted Mulligan Very 111.
Boston, March 20. James Mulligan,
who is well known through his connection
with the Blaine-Fisher letters years aj;o, is
very sick with pneumonia. Mr. Mulligan
has been a Presbyterian through life, but
yesterday sent for one of the Jesuit fathers,
to be received u'-o the Knwan church.
The only I'nre Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Ueeua; M Ihons ot Homes 4U Years the Standard.
RE VOU IN NEEDT
Want a cook
Want a partier
Wnt a etua'ton
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bonse
Want to exchange antthiag'
Want t sell household goods
Want to make any real estate leans
Want to sell or irade for anything
Want to find cus'omrrs for anything
IS TUKeE COLUMNS.
UiK DAILY A KG US DELIVERED AT YOU 8
oKir evrry ereui nc lor nttc per week.
g ANTED A BOY Of 16 TO TAKE CARE OF
a norse Api.iy at ill, second avenue.
VOH RENT THRKE NICH FITttNISHED
A looms: can I in u-h Board If desired. Apply C
, iiiib villi:?.
JCj ANTE. AGENTS TO SELL OUK CHOICE
T and handy nursery itnek. we have many
new special varieties, both in fruits aLd orna
ment&'s til nftVr whirh m uiimiuj a.1d k n-
We pay commission or ralary Write ns at once
for terms, and secure choice of territory. May
oromers, nurserymen, ttocnvsicr, . Y.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday. March 31st,
The minstrel monopolist.
and his magnificent
Dan Qiunlan. Jake Welby. Lon Hudson. C. C
lcir!. Bob Kcy., t;. II Ward.Gcorgo
Gale, lialph Royer.
The most expensive and best known rgani
zatioo in tbe world presenting
Sea'a on sale Wednesday 39th.
Prices $1.00. 75, 60 and 2S oents.
Rurtis Opera House,
SATURDAY. APRIL 1st-
AsfistedbyC. W. Conldook, Frank Woston and
nerown compmy or players tn a perfect
dramatic and scenic prdaclnn of tbe
Greatst Heart play ever w ritten
Hazel Kirke ,
Under the anspice of Lodje No. 333. K. of F's.
'A play one is brt'er for having seen."
Henry AVara Beecher.
A car load of beantiful scenery carried for this
Prices SI, 75, SO and 25c. Scat at Fluke's
Wednesday morning, March 29. Telephone xo.
Burtis Opera House,
SUNDAY, APRIL 2d.rioY
CHARLES A. GARDNER,
Under tte tnnnanetmnt of Sidney R. Eilia. in his
Assisted by a competent company, special scen
ery and '.he
FAMOUS TYROLEAN QUARTETTE
Prices $1 .00. 75c, 50c. S5c.
seis at the box office Sondsy moraing.
J J j
This represents tli'e
Best Ming Machine
ON THE V ARRET.
Jt has nx re rubbing euiface
than st-y itti. r v ru s very easy
and with it th- wa hing of a
large J'amily c.im b- turned out
bright am" c'esini two hours.
Call aid rxariiiLe the Queen of
was ere. Sold only by
As I am crowded and over-stoc-kcd
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 pood or
der and will be taken back as part pay
un new instruments at any lime you
wish to exchanjre.
Mr 9 uTT'TD
You &te probably now
Some spicial things this
week you ought to fee?
Henri-ttas 46 in .
Wool Mixtures -
bilks lovely nesigns.
Wi e Diagonal "
And many oth-r fabrics
UiGixs iiliiii jSiu..
1 Worchester square piaro
1 Pennsylrania iQuire niano
1 Firth Ponj & o
1 Steck tqnare piano
1 a'nul case upright ianoTS octaTes..
j .. . ..
1 rosewood upright "
1 walnat ca-e unriaht piano
wes ern collage organ, walnut cise
1 Carpenter orcan. walnnt case, 8 tops .
1 " " Sstoos.
1 Chic, go orean
1 Mason & liamlin organ ......
t 35 0C
. SO 00
. 55 00
. 200 00
The above named instruments can
be purchased on easy payments. I
also haTe a larpe stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Hallct & Davis,
Emerson and other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball orjran. You can
save money bv purchasingr here as
you arc buying direct from the man
ufacturer. Come and see me and get
I. K. BOWLBY, Manager,
W. W. Kimball's Branch House.
Rock Island. Ill
Easter. Easter. faster,
The Columbia :
1728 Second iv.
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 Aache Novelties in
the shape of Rabbits. Ghickens. Kittens,
Pigs, etc., at verv low prices. Call and see
the nice assortment.
ISF-Olosing out a line of Wash Bowls and Pitchers, slightly
damaged, bat ery cheap at 45c Also a sm 1 lot of covtri
Chambers at 35c
F. J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tneet brands of domestic
and imporud eiears. All brand of tobacco.
Tbe acore of all tbe ball camee wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1S0S Second Avcnae.
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers
226 Alarket Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLER, Market Square.
THE NEW STYLES IN
LADIE'S AND GENTJLEMEN'S
ARE I3V AT THE
And a more perfect line of Footwear has never been shown in Rock Island. Distinctive in style,
best in quality, and bound to please. Our prices are always guaranteed to be from 25c to $1.50 a
pair less than same quality can be had elsewhere. The remaining stock moved from our old stand
we are giving a reduction of 25 per cent. Visit the M. &. K. new shoe store, now open and in
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
feometbins of Special Interest to You.