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1'HJS AJiGUSFlllDAlLt MAliCH 1 , LSD .
Go t. IWly Bn. fir shoes.
Oh. for I ho .-treot sprinkler!
llatt. hats, hats at the London.
Ejrjrs lie at the Arnold grocery
. Children's rlnthin-r at the Iondon
Easter gloves at Bennett's ;lovo
Sweet jvitatoes and cabbage at
Oranjres n l bannas at the Arnold
The M. & K. new shoe store is
All the new shades and styles at
Look at our line of : child s suits.
The London. . ,
Where did vou ret those fl arlovos?
Those $10 raw's suits are dandies
si the London.
Florida oranges, banana and ap
ples at Long s.
The best diarv butter 26o at the
Nice chickens and turkevs at the
Baby carriages at G. O. Hueksteadt
ir-a easy payments.
Strawberries and cranberries at
the Arnold grocery.
Misses kid. button, patent tip for
fl.25 at Dolly lros.
Did yon see IKllv Bros, ladies"
cloth top shoe for fl.S.3?
Madras r-hirts. laundried or un
iaundried. The London.
A nice assort niont of freh voge
ratiles at Long' tomorrow.
A choice lot of dressed turkeys at
Bcccher's commission store.
The greatest line of children's
' riiits in town. The London.
Buying shoes at the M. & K.-means
a decided saving to the purchaser.
Tomorrow is the last day of the
"love sale at Bennett's glove store.
Everything in the furniture line at
G. O. Hiiekstacdt on easy payments.
Mrs. E. W. Hurst returned last
evening from her visit to Washington
Music, umbrellas and dry goods
wore the sjnH-ial features at MeCabe
Brs. this afternoon.
Spinage. lettuce, red beets, pars
ley, soup parsnips, bunches and cab
bage at the Arnold grocery.
W. A. Ehleb has spinach, lettuce,
yadis-hes. beets, celery, new onions,
pineapples. Telephone 1 17.
Old hogs heads that will make
ood cisterns for sale, apply at Hock
Island Brewing company's office.
Tomorrow the M. & K. will give
away what they have left in linen and
ot'llsloid collars. Please take one.
The dry goods opening exhibit at
MeCabe Bros, continues during Sat
urday with nil its stn-cial features.
We are the leaders of styles and by
look through our different department-
will convince you. The Loij-
ti. O. Hucktacdt is nw prepared
to M-il his .-lovk of furniture, carpets
tc. on cay payments plan. Xi cx
Michael McEniry anil daughter.
Mi- Ella. i'f Atlantic, arc in the city
.1111! will prubahlv make R-u-k Island
'lo ir hi line.
Our .riiiii line is i-oniplet-. Mure
new i.i.nl- to show you than all of
the houe in Kfk 1-laml eombiiied.
There are a fvw tmvs" lon pants
mils left, sizes 14 to 1 M. JtK. will
dispose of them tomorrow :tt their
Lew shoe store.
The Fleming property. Xn. -'H
Eighth street, was traii:-ferri'l yester
day to L. Howard through the Koes
tcr ..v. Martin agency for a eon-idcra-lion
of l.o -
Torn Cox. of this city, and 'Zeek"
Miirdock have t'neir inm h-tal ked-of-gi
at the Turner (irand opera house
in Davenport tonight. A large crowd
ill doubtless attend.
He wise and wait for the opening
f the M. & K. new clothing store
it's going to be a beauty particular
ly the newjslock :b.'sidcs M. & K. are
going to have something of special
interest to you.
Mrs. Hannah Schornau died at the
faonip of her daughter, Mrs. Hoerath.
in Edgewood park at 8:30 this morn
ing, aged f9 years. 7 months and IS
day. The funeral will be held Sun
day afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The souvenir umbrella presented
with each purchase of merchandise
amounting to $5 or more, attracted
s great crowd to MeCabe Bros, today,
rd if any customer was not projH-riy
served, owing to the great rush, it is
lioped they will call again tomorrow,
as the umbrella offer holds good un
til closing time Saturday night. !
(llicer George Hetter. who for the
past live years has been one of the
-ity's most efficient policemen, today
turned in his star to Chief Miller and
after election expects to move to
Chicago. Mr. Hetter has been a
faithful officer and be it said to his
credit he is an exception among the
policemen who have been hustling
for the Miller-McConochie machine.
A pleasant surprise was in waiting
for the customers at MeCabe Bros,
this afternoon. ' Moline's celebrated
Light (iuard mandoline orchestra
was stationed on the second stair
balcony, which Mr. MeCabe had es
pecially designed for orchestral pur
pose when remodeling his store
last year. Today being the first oc
casion on which the balcony has been
used for this purjose it can be con
strued as quite the prcjxr thing to
denominate it as the inaugural cere
Carl Gardner will present his play
of Fatherland" at the Burtis a't
Davenport Sunday afternoon and evoa
Effie Ellsler will appear in Hazel
Kirke"1 at the Burtis at Davenport to
morrow night. Miss Ellsler is sup
ported by C. W. Coulder in his orig
inal character of Dunstan Kirke.
Wilson's famous minstrels will be
the attraction at Harper's theatre to
night. The lovers of minstrelsy will
no doubt turn out en force. George
Wilson without another feature is a
whole show in himself.
The Tilot and Freddie came down
and the B. Hershey passed up.
The stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 5.90 and
the temperature was 65.
The Chicago Ixtse hull club was beaten
in its first practice game this year at
Chattanooga by the sctr of S to 3.
Friends of Senators Hill and Murphy are
reported to have secured a controlling in
terest in the Albany Amus, which has
heretofore been a s: ront Cleveland paper.
Obituarv: At Knox. Ii!s.. James Mc-
Murty, a pensioner of the Blackhawk war,
aged 85. Ai liainst-y. His., Allen Austin.
a veteran of the Bl u khawk. war, aged TO.
An old man arrt-Uil tor betririna in St..
ran! was found to have l aiik bioks and
certificates of deposit on New York banks
to the amount of fii.wo, besides several
hundred dollars in cisn.
A serious land slide on the Great North
ern coast line, a short ilistance north of
Edmonds, Wash., killed Kobert Baker
and seriously injured Charles Rode and
I rank Kellv.
Miss Alice B. Gooi'I'-v. of Philadelphia.
has began suit for $.x),000 for breach of,
promise against r-aruuel L. Clayton, who
married Miss Parrridge, daughter of the
Chicago grain v-r"or
-ic c uaiiiwrs, in jai. at sacramento.
Cal.. has confessed he is the man who mur
dered Fred Ketterman some months ago at
Six of the laruest typewriter companies
in the country are reorted to be forming
a combine with a capital stock of fil.OX),-tX.
Chicago Typographical union elected
James Griffon president and William Mc-
Lvoy sec i etary -treasurer.
Governor Altgeld, of Illinois, has par
doned Zachariah Kius. convicted of mur-
er; Ezekiel Phillips, same crime; Orlando
Kirby. manslaughter, and W. F. Scott,
The White Star line officials sav there
was no man on the Naronic named Olsen.
and that a bottle thrown from the ship
could never have reache.l the coast of New
The cream of Mount Carinel. Ills., society
is engaged in a crusade against saloons.
They call in a bodv on the saloons and i li
te the siilooiii-ts.iini customers to temper
:cr u:eei :n s.
Tli- Nebraska legislative committee has
lt';xirted that the statif has been systemat-
iliy pluu.iered !v the state o.iic a'.-. wl.o
should be inipeache-l. Among the .alleged
culprits are .Tno. C. Allt-n, secretary of
state: A. II. Hair.piirey. public Ian i com-
niWsj.jiier. 1.. II. lla-tins, hi ti-rnev gen
eral, and J. 11 Iliil. ex-treasurer.
Mrs. iliiiiii im. the wife of ex-Congresi-
inju . )aiin..i.i. Ciiittago, iu ivply to t:er
husbrniii's ni'. for divorce charinmr her
with infidelity, replies demijg the charge.
jind stating tlmt he is the sinner, and that
he Las tnated Lit with outrageous cruelty
Comltim- iu ll-ilibrr
IinsToN, March Tr e rubber combi
nation has st retit lieneil its grip a great
deal lately. A lot of the big companies
Lave cousolidated and those which did not
go into the consolidation have joined it.
The combination has put up the price of
rubber goods anywhere from 20 to 30 ier
cent, and has cut off the retailers from
their old privileges of buying at factory
Miu Iay Itearhes St. Louis.
St. Lor is, March 31. Miss Edith Day, of
Portland, Or., who is making a tour of the
United States and Mexico to show the dos-
abilities of through car travel on this con
tinent, arrived here Wednesday night via
the Ohio and Mississippi road from Wash
ington, D. C. Miss Day left a few minutes
later by the Iron Mountain route for San
Antonio and New Mexica.
' Tne Tax BUI Passes the Senate.
LaksISG, Mich., March 31. The bill to
tax bank stock regardless of mortgages,
which was passed by the house Wednes
day, was passed by the senate yesterday.
The senate passed a concurrent resolution
for the appointment of three senators and
three assemblymen to investigate the
charges of mismanagement at the Jackson
A matter of choice whether to
uffer, uninterruptedly with a cough.
or buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup and cure it.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Xo Ammonia; No Alum.
-Uswi it M Jlions of Homes 40 lears tbe Standard.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday, March 31st,
The minstrel monopolist,
and his magnificent
Dan Quinlan. Jake Welby. Lon Hndton, C. C.
rr). Bob Key,C. B. Ward, George
Gale, Kalph Roycr.
The mot exptnriTe and best known crgani-
6ihwm iu iuc nvnu prtrMrming
Scats on eale Wednesday 99th.
Trices f 1.00. 7S, 50 and as ecnte.
Burtis Opera House,
SATURDAY APRIL 1st.
Assisted by C. W. CouMoc. Frank Weston and
nerow-n company or players In a perfect
dramatic and scenic pr due lon of the
Grcamt Heart play ever written
I'ndcr the anspice of Lodje No. 333, K. or ft.
"A play one is bet er for hsTinc seen."
llenry WarJ Boccher.
A car load of beautiful scenery carried for this
Prices 51. 73, 55 and S5c. Scats at Fluke's
Wednesday morning, March C9. Telephone no.
urtis Opera House,
CIIMflAV A DDI I flJ t NIGHT
uununi, rtiiiiL. iut) onlt
CHARLES A. GARDNER,
Cnder tte tcsnancmi nt of Sidney R. Ellis, in his
Assisted by a competett c.ropany, special scen
ery snd '.he
FAMOUS TYROLEAN QUARTETTE
Trices fl 00. T.ic, .Vte. 5c.
Setts at the box office Sundiy morning.
Burtis Opera House,
Tuesday Eve., April 4th.
Supported by MR. OTIS SKIS NER and
her own company of p'ayer in an
ar'isti: p:csci.ttii n of
SlIA K ESP EAR'S.)
All sjK-cial scenery. Tour undt-r
iliroction nf Frank L. lVrley anil J. ,7.
Piire ?1 50. ?!. "V. TiOc, S5c. Sale cf sea's bc
cins Satunliy, April l, at r luVe s. Telepbocc
This represents the
ON THE MARKET.
Jthas more nibbing euiface
than any oth r. works very easy
and with it th- washing of a
large family can bs turned out
blight anf cleani-t two hours.
Call ard txamite the Queen of
was re. Sold only by
As I am crowtlcJ aud oycr-stockeil
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 piaco 35 OC
1 Pennsylrania rqarre piano... MOO
1 Firth Pono Je. Co 55 00
1 Steck .qnare piano..... 65 00
1 wa'nnt case apripht lianoTS octaTes 200 00
1 " " " 290 00
1 rosewood upright " " " 21 00
1 walnut oae upriaht piano 215 00
i western couace organ, wainut cise 11
stops 40 00
1 Carpenter orcan. walnut case, 6 stops.... 45 Oil
1 " 9 stops ... 50 00
1 Chic fro ores n 50 00
1 Mason & Hamlin organ 65 00
The aboye named instruments 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 orcan. You can
save money by purchasing here as
you are buying direct from the man
ufacturer. Come and see me and get
D. R. KOWLBY. Manager,
W. V. Kimball's Branch Hocse.
Rock Island. Ill
c p TIRE
You are probably now
SPRING DRESS GOODS
Some spi cial things this
week you ought to sett
Henriettas, 46 in
Wool Mixture -
Silks lovely dtsigj.
And mauy otbrr
House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION- 1U A K AXTEEP.
Raiding brick buildings especially
Address E- A- ROUNDS,
1513 Seventh Avenue, Box 121
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
V jj-tr '! jia jjaaj?yH
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nnet brands ol domestic
and imortMl ciar?. All brandsi of tobacco.
The tcore of all the bail games wi'l be received
L. GLOCEHOFF, Prop..
180s Second Avenno.
Easter. Easter. Easter
The Columbia :
1728 Second Av.
A complete line of Easter Cards suitable for
Sunday School children, from 1 c each and
up, and a line of Novelties such as Booklets.
Eggs, Dyes, and Papier Mache Novelties ir.
the shape of Rabbits. Ghickens, Kittens,
Pigs, etc., at verv low prices. Call and
the nice assortment.
UgfCloeing ont a line of Wash Bowls and Pitchers, &
damaged, bat ery cheap at 45c AIjo' a smul lot of
Chambers at 35c
P. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
Mimro, De-Eue & Anderson
. successors to John Aster. r
WlinlfiSRlft and Mail M
226 Aarket Squire.
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLER, Markets
THE NEW STYLES IN
LADIE'S AND GENTLEMEN'S
IRE IN AT TIIK
And a more perfect line of Footwear has never beengfibwrT "irTTSSck Island. Distinctive in style
best in quality, and bound to please. Our pnds are always guaranteed to be"'frprr2c t0 j
pair less than same Quality can be had elsewhere. The remaining stock moved from dur.ok1r
we are giving a reduction of 2 5 per cent. Visit the M. &. K. new shoe store, now oper and if
full blast. : . : ' ,
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
Something of Special Interest to