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THE AKGUS, WEDNESDAY,- AFKIL 5, I8ia.
:, ' Kill shnH'wnt. M- & K-
I ." I .ft III lkl n - UUV. A".' " a "J
Tianos at 1S15 Sworn! avenue,
liemo'wtl . to. 1815 Sccoim! avciim
George JSutclifie is doing a rushing
Bowlbv is now located at 1815 Sec-
.'; I '.-Eigkty-eight cents for ladies' kid
shoes. SI. Ac K.
:i j"Vvv lrorins t 1S15 Second
. avenue. Bowiby.
' Go to Sutcli fife's for tine wallpaper
prices very low.
George Sutcliffeis the loader in fine
goods and low prices.
- Sutcliffe is sole agent for the finest
wall paper in the market.
It is to vonr interest to see iut-
"CliiW's stock of tine goods.
Head let tnce,. green onions, rad
dishes and pie plant at Long's.
The weeklv entertainment of" the
Manhatten club occurs tonight.
A choice assortment of fancy How
ers and garden seeds at Long's.
See Sutcliffe's stock of tine' goods
before you make your selection.
For Sale Family horse and surry
Inquire 008 Twenty-second street.
The morning paper is having a
beautiful time explaining how it hap
Tlie're are no ear marks of anything
inm l. r.. hi im luinuiu .
More oat makers w anted at
lloppe's. Firr-t cls men only
William Pressen will have Pabst
Milwaukee bock licer on draught all
Same thing as others ask 1.5" for
M. & K. are selling at Accent. Com
pare and see.
Buv vour wall pajH-r at SutclitYi-".-
llis prices are right, and good the
very hest in the market.
A new son has maue his appear
ance in the faniilv of William Mc
Carthy on Twenty-sixth street.
The Stone Directory Co. todav t:n
ished compiling, and places the pop
ulation of Rock Island at 21,870.
Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Truesdale re
turned this morning from 4 their trip
to California and the racitic coast.
The .Kings Daughters will hold a
flower supper at Mrs. W .11. (rest s resi
dence from 6 to a -.3.) tomorrow even
ing. A few special bargains, if taken at
once, in nice upright pianos, at
liowlby's new stand, 115 Second
F. M. Linehan, . years aijo a Hock
Island newspaper man, but now of
Clarence, Iowa, is visiting old friends
in the city.
Boss Collins has no occasion for
self reprrfa-ch. ' He made the tight of
his life, but he had more than he
Xow that the election is over the
presenUpolicemen mav be expected
to attend to business for a short in
Owing to our great need of room
we still offer a few of our special bar
gains at our new stand. 1815 Second
Let's see, is there anyone in town
bv the name of lionev" Johnson? If
so, Phil Miller w ould like to converse
with him confidentially.
The rrood results of the election
are already being shown. The Sec
ond avenae pavement received a
thorough cleaning tins afternoon.
- It will certainly be the nicest and
bv far the largest clothing house in
the three cities. Wait for the new
stock and new store of the M. & K.
Mayor Medill will enter upon his
duties free footed and under no pos
sible obligation to any corporation or
locality. He will be mayor of all the
people and of the whole city.
All glory to the Australian ballot
system. But for its operation yes
terday Medill would have been de
feated by the corporation influences
brought to bear against him.
The Union don't have anything to
sav this morning about Contractor
Edwards. The vote of the Sixth
ward is the best jossible vindication
" of Mr. Edwards' position, while repu
diating as it does the contemptible
attacks made by the McConochie
crowd upon him.
The remains of Mrs. Mary, wife of
Henry Keddig, formerly of Bock Isl
and, but who died at Ashland, Neb.,
Monday afternoon. arrived this
morning and the interment will take
place here. Deceased was 65 years,
9 months and 26 days old. and leaves
a husband and four children.
A team belonging to Collins Bros.
. lad iilnrA.1 i ri an prpitimr rnna 41.:.
afternoon, starting on Seventeenth
- treebnnd dashinr south to Vinth
avenne, thence going east to Twenti
eth street and north to First avenue,
where the unfortunate animals were
caught. The wagon was pretty tad
ly smashed, and Frank Collins, the
driver, was thrown out, but happily
was not injured.
The Union's assumption this morn
ing that the A. P. A. organization
accomplished Mr. Huesing's defeat of
Capt. Hugh A. McDonald is about as
amusing as anything that has been
said during the -campaign. The
Union sought diligently during the
campaign to involve the A. P. A. in
the election, but if it did participate
as an organization, it did not throw
its support surely. at the polls against
one whose nomination it obtained in
the republican convention. The
Union's assertion is all stuff and non
sense. Will rrotvrt Tlirtr Building.
The Y. M. C. A. building docs not
extend to the west line of their lot by
about three inches. In planning for
the building he is to put np on his 60
foot lot just west of them, Monroe
Kohn wishes to build up against their
wall, thus avoiding the injury that a
three-inch space between the two
walls would probably be to both. As
this is as much to be desired by the
Y. M, C. A. as by Mr. Kohn, "it 13
probable some arrangement will be
made by which the Y. M. C. A. will
permit Mr. Kohn to build on their
Damage the Greatest on Record.
Raleigh, X. C, April 5. President A.
F. Paige, of the Aberdeen and West End
railroad, arrived here yesterday and re
ports that the damage by forest fires is
the greatest on record in that long-leaf
pine region. He says that the forett fires
swept through the forests and nearly
wiped out the town of West End. Scores
of houses have been burned and many
persons rendered homeless.
The World's Fair Strike.
Chicago. April 5. Work at the World's
fair grounds was but slightly interfered
with by the carpenter's strike. Only the
union men employed by the exposition
company quit work. Union and non
union men employed by the contractors
were separated, some of the contractors
employing union men exclusively and otB
ers employing only non-union men.
Egyptian for the Kair.
New York, April 5. The steamer Guild
Hall arrived from Alexandria yesterday.
She has aboard an Egyptian party of 175
persons forthe World's fair. Chicago. All
are dressed in Egpptian costumes and are
from various provinces. They brought
80 donkeys, 7 camels, 5 monkeys and 40
Hank Failure in Australia.
Melbourne, April 5. The Commercial
bank, of Australia, has suspended pay
ment. The shareholders have been sum
moned to consider proposals for the recon
struction of the bank. The affairs of the
concern hare been in bad shape for some
time and the collapse has been expected for
lor several days past.
The Men in Laurrl Hill Mine.
Hazeltox, Pa.. April 5. Xothing has
been found of the three men imprisoned
or probably dead in the Laurel Hill mine.
It is also rumored that two others Hun
garians are missing. Work has been go
ing on steadily to rescue the men or re
cover their bodies.
j Teen nd ( .w-
! )n ancient days formauy anil1,
We used ti take a big bine pill.
ilt did fro 8 n rely tear and gripe.
We felt for purgatory tipe.
Today, when aicW, we lake Dr. Pierce' Picas-
ant Pellet. They are gently aperient or st ongly
cathartic, according to size of des . Cares sick
headache, bilious headache, constipation, indi
gestion, bilious attacks, and all derangements of
the liver, stomach and bowels. Put np In vials.
hermetically sealed, bence a'ways frerh and re
liable. Purely vegetable, they oprate without
ciftuibsnce to the sjatem, diet cr occupation.
Sold by druEgisi. at 15 coots a vial.
The Cope ana itioie studies.
Rome, April 5. Pope Leo has just com
pleted an examination of the question
of the studies of the scriptures, and he will
indite a letter to bishops requesting them
to enjoin upon their flocks a more pro
found study of the scriptures and a larger
piace m the schools for the study. The
pope will urge the necessity of keeping in
the track of modern progress and discov
ery in order to adapt Catholicism to the
needs of the day.
The Pope and the Kaiser.
ROME, April 5. It is now arranged that
the pope will receive the emperor and em
press of Germany at the Vatican on the
day after their arrival in the Eternal City.
The imperial couple will go to the atican
from the German embassy. It is reported
that King Humbert and Queen Marguerite
will visit Queen Victoria at i loreuce dur
ing the course of the week.
Cholera Deaths Near Brest.
Xew Yokk, April 5. A special to The
Evening Post from Paris says: Seventy
deaths have been recorded at Lorient, near
Brest, in the past fortnight from a mild
form of cholera. The government has
hushed up the present outbreak, but it is
estimated that 200 persons have been at
tacked and the disease is still spreading.
Costly Blaze at Allegheny.
PlTTsr.rr.G. April 5. Fire on South
Canal street yesterday dest royed the paper
warehouse of Godfrey & Clarke, the Eber-
hardt & Obers brewery, the Hope Cotton
mills, and several dwellings and damaged
the planing mill and lumber yard of Kopp
& Voegtly. The total loss is about $250,
000. John Donehyo and Adam Badger,
firemen, were badly hurt by a falling wall.
The tfeather We May Expect.
Washington. April 5. The following are
the weather indications for twenty-four hour
from p. m. yesterday: For Indiana and Illi
nois Increasing cloudiness, probably fol
lowed by local rains in Illinois and southern
portions of Indiana: southwesterly winds.
t or Michigan generally lair weather; light
easterly to soumeatneny winus. ror Wis
consin and Iowa Local rains; easterly to
southerly winds, slitchtly warmer.
Don't delay; always be on time.for
prevention is better than cure. All
oughs and colds and such affections
if ili throat and lunrrs as lead to
consumption are cured by Dr. Bull's
t'Ue only Pure Cre'am-ot Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Usea in M Hjof & oi '.it mt-e 4'. it-are th .Standard.-
RE TCU IN SEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a e'tua'ion
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchange anything
Want t rell household foods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade frr anything
Want to find cusomers for anything
rSK THBSE COLUMN -i.
rHR DAILY AHGIS DELIVERED AT YOUR
door every evertinc for 19Hc per week.
OST A G.RNET PIV.
- rewarded at this office .
FISDSR WILL BE
?OR SALE A FAMILY PORSK AND PHAE
. ton. 903 Twenty-second street.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPING FOOMS BY
man acd wife. Addr F. J. K , Ari.cs
WANTED SITUAT! N BY A YOUG MAX
as bookkeeper. "sn sretk German. Fnn
lish and !?we lish lantuaie. Adilresf, "P. HV
CAN BE CLEANED
mnrei by irettine it rleancd by W. M. liecsc, 512
Rock Island wiri-ct, Daventort.
VOllt WALL PAP" If
1 at d made to look f roh
WANTED LADIES OH YOUNG MSN TO
take lich'. plcaant w;k t their own
homes: $1 to $:1 per day can be quietly tmdc:
work n-i.t by mail: no canvassie Address
Stard trd Vtnuf-tnriiip Co., L. B 107 S. Fram
ingbani. Mi ss. Enclose stamps Mention Aniifs.
GJCTO$:5 TEH DAY AT HOME SELLING
k&U Liphtn ng Tlatcr and plating jewelry,
watches, tab e arc, Jtc. Plate of the finest jew
elry good as 'fw, on ail kinds of mcta'. with pold.
Mlvor o- nickel. No experience. No capital.
E er house his irio Is needing plating. U.K.
DiHikn & t ., Coliimon.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday Evf, April 10.
I1ETTIE BEKNABD CHASE
And her merry compa iy of I layers in
a grand scenic production of
A fortu le invested in animals to add to the real
ism of the play The. only Team of
Trained Reindeers n existence.
(icnuine Esquimaux Dogs.
Comical Acting Bears.
St. Bernard Mastivc
and Dane Dogs,
and many other novelties.
reats on sale at Harder Home Pharmacy; Pii
ces $1.00, 75, 50 and 33 cents.
THE WARREtf BROWN CO.
h. s exclusive ra'ic of
the greatest vesretahle compound which ts recog
nized by all lalies who have tested its merits ,as
the tnot practical, scientifli acd reliable remedy
of the age. To those who wish
remedy same will be fnrnibed at fl." 0 per box.
Call at offce, room 15.Dittoe Block, corner
Tnird and Brady, Davenport.
-House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION GIT A II A STEED.
Kaising'brick buildings especially
Address E- A- ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box 121
This represents the
Best Midi Mice
ON THE MARKET.
Jt has more rubbing eutface
than any othr, works very easy
and with it th washing of a
large family can ba turned out
bright and cleania two hours.
Call acd examine the Queen of
waehere; Sold only by
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
We believe we show the
bandr-omeet assortment of
India Silks in the three
cities. Beginniog with fig
ured indias at
Figured Indias at
Figured Indias at
58c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
Bros', beautiful fabrics.
Monday e show L
first time new woole
guuuB ri ice nw tinte
yiaiu auu novelties-
We havp added larn.i.
our wash gxl9 dsJJ
Excellent vineni .. .
, , . . . ar,H
ia Dries lncudinp;
Some are as han. I-,,,,,,. j.
Silks, lioginniii" a! j'r
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnect brands of domestic
find imported clears. AH brands of tobacco.
Tbe core of all the ball games i'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1908 Second Avcnnc.
Easter. Easter. Easter.
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 Aache 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 Pitchers, slight::
damaged, bat ery cheap at 45c Also" a small lot of orerq
Chambers at 35c
F. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
JT. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. -
1706 Second Avenue.
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLER, Market Square.
THE NEW STYLES IN
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
ARE IN 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 $150 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
full blast. . '
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
Something or Special Interest t o You.