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XHJE AliGUS, SATURDAY, APHIL. 1, 1893.
Latent s-tyltf hats t Goldsmith's
Novelties in chirtx.Ht Goldsmith's
Blackburn & Co. for line milli
Free Tiinoh at the Star saloon to
Nobby yonn; men's suits at Gold
Bay your -Easter hat at Lloyd
Stewart's. . "
More of the 2c calico tonight at the
Anv stvle. shape or color hat at
Lloyd & Stewart'.
Easter neckwear in creat ranety
at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Easy payment on carpets-ami cur
tains at HitckstaHirs.
NobtV hoys' suits at moderate
prices at Goldsmith's.
Cob c?r t ;a lid dance at: Turner hall
tonierht. and concert tomorrow
A.- D. .litre in ; has a few choice
corner lots for sale in Huber & Peetz's
I sell bed room sets or anvthing in
the furniture lino on easy payments
Sec ourHne of sideboards while the
disrdav is complete. Clemann &
Peter Hoillin was lined $8 and costs
bv Mistratc Wivill today frr
Call a4 Klaokburn & Co.'s and see
their new goods that were just
Appropriate Easter services will
be held in the first M. E. church to
Another new lineof tine millinery
direct from the importers arrived at
Blackburn & Co's.
Special short hand speed class at
Business University night school.
Call at oflice for terms.
Old hogs heads that will make
rood cisterns for sale, apply at Koek
island Brewing company's office.
D. B. Barge of Genesco. one of the
staunch old democrats of Henry
county. vasn the city yesterday.
Vote for II. C. Wirill for jwlice
magistrate. He has proven himself
worthy of the office and should he
retained in it.
Attend the night school at Busi
ness University, 9001 Second avenue,
from 7 to 9 rm.. Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Reicly Bros, have listed 10 new
pieces of property, which are very
iccly located and will he sold on very
' Tne5,v JHCte" the young men's
day in Rook Islanft and the young
men will get to the front by electing
T. J- Medill. Jr., mayor.
The public schools closed yester
day for their spring vacation of two
weeks. Appropriate exercises were
beld iii-sorue of the buildings during
Fred Staassen and Paul Thiescn
:iro nftiking splendid runs for the offices-of
tis.-istatit supervisor.-. The
democrat i- convention named the
right men wlu-u it cIhim- them.
.1. 1. Johnston has every asr-uranoo
of being elected assessor next Tues
dav. The people demand a change
in the assessor's otlice and Mr. John
ston will be the one to make it.
House Mover Hounds is at work
moving tin- fr:iim? building to the
rear of Aid. Evans lot on Fourth ave
nue, preparatory to work being com
mence! on liis handsome new build
ing. Bo n cy Johnson lias blossomed forth
in the role of anonymous- correspon
dent. .Honey and S. I). E. ought to
form a copartnership in the abstract
and anonymous correspondent busi
ness. Chief Miller ami --S. I). E." con
sulted at some length in an unfre
quented part of the city this morn
ing, and thV result will no doubt be
another communication in tomor
The .funeral of August, the little
son of Iludolph Schwecke and wife,
occurred from its parents home on
Molinc avenue yesterday afternoon,
the interment being made in Chippi
Ed. Bauersfeld is a representative
of the working classes who has made
his way in the world through hard
struggles. He deserves the oflice of
townshi p collector and the voters will
see tli at he get it".
D. Hoy Bowiby has engaged two
vacant lots-. on "which to pile his
empty piano boxes. These boxes
make excellent feed or tool boxes and
will be sold at less than one-third the
actual cost of t lie lumber. Call and
. At the Turners' gymnasium, a new
course (three months) will begin the
lirst of the month. Parents desiring
to send their children will call at the
Gymnasium. ('lasses for girls
Wednesday and Saturday afteanoon;
boys, Tuesday afternoon and Satur
John Kanosky should be elected
alderman from the Sixth ward next
Tuesday. He is a representative
working man, a representative busi
ness man and a representative citi
zen. He will make a representative
Aid. Daniel Corke-n has earned his
reelection to the council chamber.
He has proven one of the most
active and faithful members of the
city council and the people of the
Third ward will return him bv a
The Sir Knights of Everts com
mandcry Knights Templar, attended
by St. Simon ofcCyrene eommandery
of Davenport, will attend divine ser
vices at Trinity church tomorrow
evening in a body, upon the invita
tion of "Rev. R. F. Sweet.
Evcrv democrat in the First ward
should "vote for William Roth, even if
he is the only candidate for alder
man. He is not only the nominee of
the party, but a democrat at heart,
and in full sympathy with the party
in all its measures and candidates.
What with the interest of Capt.
Robinson and --S. D. E." in his po
litical well being, and the interest
the same two are taking in the
Twentieth street pavement, Me
Conochie may be expected to cry out
for deliverance from his friends be
fore very long.
The democrats of the Fifth ward
have a srlorious chance to elect a
democratic alderman this spring and
thy will not permit it to pass with
out availing themselves of it. The
1-if th is a democratic ward ana it is
time it should have a democratic al
derman. Robert Kuschmann will
meet all these requirements.
Young men are cordially invited to
the Y. M. C. A. afS:S0 p. m. tomor
row. There win ie special singing
bv C. M. Carlstedt. of Moline, also
quartette and chorus singing. Gen
eral Secretary Blakeslee will give a
short address on t.aster lriumpns.
There will be other attractions also
of special interest to young men.
It develops todav that one reason
that the city of Rock Island pays
$ 1.25 a piece for abstracts tinder the
MeConochie regime, whereas a Rock
Island abstract maker is making
hem for 40 cents a piece for the city
of Moline, may be an additional rea
son why 'S. D. E." is so anxious
about keeping MeConochie in power.
How much of a man is an editor
who will state that he will not attack
the character of a candidate in his
paper, and yet will permit a coward
to screen himself with an anonymous
while he stoops to such assault? Yet
the editor of the Union boasts of his
ideas of manhood, of lovaltv, of
righteousness and decency. He and
his correspondent are. of a par nei
ther is to bo feared.
I. Roy Bowlby has rented a large
room in Star clock formerly occupied
by the Brotherhood of locomotive
Engineers. This room will be used
as a wareroom for organs, and that
together with his temporary store at
1815 Second avenue, and the ware
house which he has rented of the
Brush Electric Light Co.. will enable
him to get along with his reduced
stork until his new store is com
After working nearly two weeks it
comes today on reliable authority
that the MeConochie bosses have lin
allv succeeded in gel ting Mr. Schroe-def-
to sign a letter of their dictation
which is to appear in the Union as a
last final rallying campaign measure.
Schroeder fought the influences back
until, we are informed, the same
-dead cinch" of Boss Collins that
prevailed upon him to go on the
ticket as second liddle. brought him
The Union made considerable of a
to-do yesterday morning because it
had been informed that the Ai:Jl's
had made inquiry of Mr. Hansgen if
certain things attributed to him by
the Union were true. The fact that
the AK'Ji'S seeks to verify anil
to know how far statements
attributed by the Union to
others are correct, does not in the
least affect the accuracy of its state
ments with relation to the treatment
of Mr. Schroeder by Mr. MeConochie,
the facts appearing in the Auuis in
relation thereto being just as they
happened in every essential. In
view of the further fact that the
Akgis, upon inquiry, found that the
Union had misquoted both Messrs.
Murrin and Iluntoon, it is not sur
prising that it should make an effort
to ascertain how much truth there
is in the morning paper's assertions
especially during election times.
Tlmt t.reut Chicu l'vutn.
CHATTANOOGA, Teiiu., April 1. The
Chattanooga base ball team yesterday for
the third successive time defeated the Chi
cagos, the scorelbeinfi Chattanooga, 14; Chi
Salvation Oil is repeating its cures
of neuralgia, rheumatism, headache,
and toothache every day, until their
name is legion.
i.'he only Pore Cream-of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Used in M lliofis of Homee 40 lare ttte Standard.
Look Out for Fin Work.
Driven to the last possible resort.
the McConoehfe-Miller tine xvorkers
are pursuing a still hunt. They are
making all sorts of misrepresenta
tions io deceive ana mislead voters.
ami adapting their argument to the
circumstances surrounding the indi
vidual approached. Thev have even
gone so far as to attempt to intimi
date the firemen, members of i
branch of the municipal government
which should be kept aloof from pol
itics, as is the case in all well regu
lated cities. To others, where it is
found that coaxing is in vain where
citizens have made up their minds to
tolerate no more of MeConochieisnii
thev have attempted to induce such
persons not to vote at all. These are
only a few of the contemptible prac
tices now being used by the McCono
Burtis Opera House, '
SATURDAY APRIL 1st-
AuMsted by C. W. Conldoob. Frank Wceton acd
her own company of players in perfect
dramatic and scenic prodnc.ion of the
Great-" t Heart play ever ritten
Under the auepices of Loi-e No. 338. K. of fr.
"A play one is bet er for having seen."
Henry war i Beecher.
A car load of beautiful scenery carried for this
Prices f 1, 75, 53 and 15c. Seats at Fluke's
Wednesday morning, March 29. Telephone no.
Burtis Opera House,
SUNDAY, APRIL 2cUsiS51y
CHARLES A. GARDNER,
Tnder tte mananemtnt of Sidney R. Ellia, in his
Assisted by a compered company, special scen
ery and '.he
FAMOUS TYROLEAN QUARTETTE
Prices $ 1 00, 75c, SOc. 5c
seats at the box office Sand ty morning.
Burtis Opera House,.,'..
Tuesday Eve., April 4th.
Supported by MR. OTIS SKIVNER and
her own company or p'ayers in an
ar isticproseutitii.u of
This rji fronts th
Best WaSxiing Uacbiue
ON THE MAKKXT.
Jt has more tubbing suiface
than any oth- r. orks very easy
and with it th- wa hing of a
large family can b turned out
bright Dt cleMiii two hours.
Call aid pxamii e the Queen of
was rs. Sold only by
M c ENTIRE
You are probably now
Some sp cial things this
week you ought to see?
Henriettas, 46 in
Wool Mixtures -
48c. 50c. 58c.
Silks lovely designs.
And many other fabrict
As I am crowded and 'over-stocked
with second hand pianos and organs, .
I am determined to close them out I
. i . t -. , - , i i .. i
mis monm, 11 low prices win uo 11.
These instruments are all in pood or
der and will be taken back as part pay
on new instruments at anv time von
wish to exchange.
1 Worchester square piaro....
Easter. Easter. Easter,
The Columbia :
1 PennsylTaoia tqurre piano.
I 35 00
1 Firth Pono a(o 55 00
1 Steele square piano 65 00
1 va'nntcase aprieht t ianoTV octares.... 900 00
1 850 00
1 rosewood upright " 415 00
1 walnnt rae uptight piano 215 00
1 Wes-em Cottage organ, Walnnt eiae 11
stops 40 00
1 Ciienler orean. walnnt Case. 8 Mops 45 00
stops ... 50 00
1 Chic.- go organ S 00
1 Mason & Hamlin organ 65 00
The above named instruments can
be purchased on easy payments. I
also hare a large stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Hallet & Davis,
fcmerson and other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball organ. You can
save monev tv purchasing here as
you are buying direct from the man
ufacturer. Come and see me and get
D. R. BOWLBY, Manager,
W. W. Kimball's Branch IIoi sk.
Rock Island, 111
1728 Second At.
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.
Closing out a line of Wash Bowls and Pitchers, sligH
damaged, bat ery cheap at 45c Also a smul lot of cd:
Chambers at 35c
F. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
All special si-onery. Tour under:
mroction of Frank L. IVrli-v ami ). J.
Tiico? Si "0, 51. 15c, 50c. 25c. Sale if seats be
gin? SatiiTdiy. A; rill, at r lutes. Telephone
-House Raising and Moving-
Raising 'brick buildings especially
Address E. A. ROUNDS,
J515 Seventh Avenne, Box 131
- THE ARCADE.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on h&nd the fcncM brands of loireptic
and imtortd ciizar. All brands of tobacco.
The ncore of all the hall pamef wil bj received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1S08 Secord Avenue.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLER. Market Sautf
THE NEW STYLES IN
JL ABIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
(Q) ill in
ARE IX AT Till:
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 $l.0a
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 A. &. K new shoe store, now open and m
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
Something or Special Interest to Voii.