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THE A1JGUH, -THU.lt SPA APldL (k 189a.
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Smoke the "You Bet" 5c cigar.
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- Hoes 10 cent at the Columbia.
Solid shank steel hoe 9 cents at the
.Garden seed.- 1 cent a paper at the
Roeipiofort cheese at the Arnold
Malleable iron rake IS cents at
the Fair. .
Bicycles of all kinds at Mcllugh's
J. S. (Jilniore went to Chicago last
night -on business.
The Columbia for mall garden im
plements, very cheap.
Call at McIIugh's ticket office and
ee his line of bicycles.
Vivtor and Columbia bicycles at
McHugh's ticket office.
"Anything you want in spring over
coats at Simon & Misenfelderts.
Morris Ko.-etieM left last night for
Ihe southeast on a short business
Money thrown away if you buy a
.-nit before seeing Simon & Mosen-felder.
Edward Pullman of (Irand
Neb., is in the city visiting
for a few days.
r.ovs" double breast-cd suits are on
the go. Simon & Mosenfelder show
a beautiful line.
'."..-.The rj-ame quality a others ak
$1.5 for M. & K. are selling at xSc
ladies'" kid shoes.
Head the Columbia advertisement
on the eighth page for bargains in'
Other dealers cannot see how the
M. & K. can sell $1.5.1 shoos for 5e,
but they do it just the same.
Mrs. E. II. Wright i seriously ill
at Sheriff Gordon's residence with a
severe attack of spinal fever.
S'iraon & Mosenfelder' s line of
spring suits represents the choicest
in domestic and foreign woolens. See
The Rock Island Citizens" Improve
ment association holds its regular
monthly meeting this evening, and
business "of importance is expected to
The Epworth league of the First M.
E. church has its regular bnsiness
ami literary tomorrow evening at
7:S0. A rich treat is in store for those
Ked K'uling Hood" is to be pre
sented at the South Park chapel to
morrow night and Saturday night.
The pmetjeds are t bo ile voted to
The Fair has in stock a few dozen
hammocks which will be sold at less
than cost. For bargains go to the
Fair, as the entire stock must be
closed out at once.
Those boys" combination suits at
Simon & MosenfvMder's are immense.
A suit, with two pairs of pants and
hat to match, of splendid all wool
material, all for $.V
Clemann & K.ilziuann are still
headquarters for furniture and car
pets. They haw the largest -and
best selected stock, at prices that
Alice Sellman a girl 5 vears of age
was frightfully burned while playing
about a bon tire on Eighteenth ave
nue Moline. yesterday afternoon, and
this morning died from the effects.
Simon S Mosenfelder struck it rich
in that last purchase of men's and
boys" suits. Men's 10 -nits at 7..j:
15 suits at the finest grades at
$15 to$x. a saving of $." on every
L. C. Stockwelt the bail player is
in the city today looking up the I-I
league prospects. While President
Kent does not regard the chances the
brightest for this season. Mr Stock
well is still hopeful.
i The Plow Shop band on Tuesday
-evening serenaded Aid-elect Freder-
ick Schroeder at his home in the Sec
ond ward, and last night the same
organization serenaded Chas. Oberg
on his election as supervisor.
James H. Graham, well known to
many in this city, and for some time
agent of the Kock Island at Joliet,
has been promoted, and will here
after be division freight agent of the
same company at Des Moines.
Mayor-elect Medill's congratula
tions are not confined to Kock Island.
He is receiving a great many tele
grams from friends in different parts
of the country on the strength of the
. Jboigr&.tbat hare come to him.
It is drawing towards completion
and it won't be long before the M. &
K. will open the doors of the finest.
.the only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Osec in M'lJions ot Hemes 4( lean the Standaid.
largest, and best clothing house in
the three cities. It will pay you to
wait something of special interest
with the new opening.
An erroneus impression has gained
circulation that the Kenfro arrested
at Burlington the other day for hav
ing a quintet of wives is J. F. Ken
fro of this city. The much married
man's nemo is John M. Kenfro, a dif
ferent individual altogether.it ought
to be unnecessary to state.
The athletic exhibition at the
rooms of the Manhattan club last
evening was quite largely attended.
The railroad man who was to spar
six rounds with Tom Cox, did not
show up. There was a wrestling
contest between Albert Lowe and
(Jus Engl hi on a side bet, the former
being the victor. Other contests in
sparring, etc., made up an interest
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Mangan,
of Davenport, will be held at St. An
thony's church at 9 o'clock Friday
morning. Mrs. Mangan was born in
County Clare, Ireland, 76 years ago,
and has liTed in Davenport since
1854. Three sons and a daughter
mourn her loss. They are Martin J.,
and Michael, of Davenport, John T.,
of Chicago, and Mrs. Anthony O'Con
nell, of Davenport.
At the annual meeting of Trinity
parish last evening officers' reports
were read, and the following church
officers were elected: B. E. Hall,
senior warden. I.ucian Adams. junior
warden; and Walter Johnson. W. L.
Eyster, George Bennett, lliehard
Crampton and GustaT Klotz, vestry
men. The vestry meet on Friday
evening to organize and select dele
gates to the diocesan convention,
which will be held in May.
A Theatrical Keaxt .
Considerable interest is evinced in
the coming engagement of Miss Het
tie Bernard Chase and her company
of players which will present for the
tirst time in this city next Monday
night an original mclo-dramatic
story entitled "Uncle's Darling" or
Alaska, bv the young and talented
author, Chas. W. Chase. Mr. Chase
is one of the most promising writers
of the present day, his plays are of a
modern type and do not appeal to a
certain class f individuals, but in
terest and please the masses and hold
the attention of the most critical au
dience to the finish. Mr. Chase in
selecting the location of his story
picked the most picturesque portion
on earth the wild, wonderfully ma
jestic and semi-civilized territory of
Alaska which leaves a scope for
scenic display that is unlimited. Not
only have all these imjKirtant points
been seized upon by the management,
but in order to add to the general
realism a number of animals native
to that clinic, including elks, rein
deer, bears, Esquimaux dogs with
furs, sleds, snow shoes and other par
aphernalia have been imported at an
immense outlay in order to present a
novel stage representation.
The Penalty of Heedlessness.
The army stood in the presence of death,
silent with horror.
The condemned man, pale but resolute,
had taken his place beside the cofiin which
was to hold Lis mortal clay, facing the fir
ing squad. He w as a handsome soldier, and
it wrung the hearts of his comrades to see
him atxut to meet a dishonorable end.
The culprit was speaking. His voice was
clear and lim, and his words reached every
ear in the Krt-it concourse.
Already there was many a tearful eye
riveted upon that beloved figure.
"I die the victim of my own careless
ness. Once my prospects were as bright as
yours. I had been commended for my
A murmur of approval ran through the
"and the scars upon my lody attest
my devotion to the cause. I have been de
clared a good soldier, but one day in a fit of
His head sank upon his breast.
"1 passed within four miles of u pu-
Ierior officer and did not. touch my hat. My
futf isa just onc.aiul Iniakenncomplaii.-."
They were sorry to see him shot, but they
rppreeiated he necessity of maintaining
discipline. Detroit Tribune.
Great Fr m se for Wood Mmuf acta -erf
It is only quite recently that man
ufacturers of furniture, wagons and
wood work generally have become
aware of the wonderful promise of
fered by North Galveston, Tex. Di
rectly tributary to this young city,
and not manv miles distant, in east
ern Texas, are over 46,000,00(1 acres
of timber which comprises all of the
high grade hard and soft woods.
Many people are coming in and
are now doing business, but there is
room for a great many more. With
rail and water facilities for shipping
and markets in all directions, there
should not be any hesitation about
the outcome of manufacturing ven
tures. For further particulars call
on or write Koester & Martin, 1815
Secod avenue, the local agents. The
address of the home office is North
Galveston Association, Box 963,
Licensed to Wed.
April 1 George Freeman, to Ella
5 Fred Yeager to Clara Burrill,
RE YOU IN NEED?
Want a conk
Want a partner
. Want a a'tnatloo
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to cell a f rm
Want to sell a honse
Want to exchange anything
Want te sell household gaods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
C5K THKSE COLUMNS.
pHR DAILY AKQUS DELIVERED AT YOU 8
I door evrc evening (or ISHc per week.
70RSALK A FAMILY HORSE AND PHAE
' ton. 08 Twenty-second street.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS BY
man and wife. Addr. e s, F.J. K , Argus
WANTED SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
as bookkeeper. Can rpeak German, Eng
lish and Sweiish language. Address, "P. II.,"
IAUlES DESIRING TO LEARN THE WAY
J to health and how to obtain it by a valuable
and cheap remedy, rail at 1422 Six h avenue on
Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
YOUR WALL PAPKIt CAN BE CLEANED
and made to look fresh ad new. Save
money by getting it cleaned by W. M. Reese, 512
Rock "Island street, Davcnfort.
WANTED THREE HUNDRED CAKPEN
ters at Armour's elev. tor. Goose Island,
Chicago. Wa?es 40 vems i er tour. No fine
work required. Men who ctn handle hitchet
ted saw can do the work.
A rri use merits.
J E. Montrose. Van-gcr.
Monday Ev., April 10.
11ETTIE BEBXABI) CHASE
Acd her merry comjaiy of layers in
a grand tcenic production of
A lortu .c invested in im!mala to add to the real-
ism of the play '1 he only Team of
Trained Reindeers '.n existence.
Genuine Esquimaux Dogs.
Comical Acting wears.
St. Bernard Mastive
and Dane Dogs,
an A many other novelties,
feat on sale at Harrer Home Tharmacv: Pti-
ce $1.00, 75, AO and 35 cents.
Burtis Opera House,
TUESDAY jiPRIL llih.
The Greatest Show of its kind in
-J. D. HOPKINS'-
-Boston Howard Athenaeum,-
Spkcialtv, Com taxi es Combined.
No advance in Prices
$1 00. 75, -50 and 2i cents, f e it sale Saturday,
April S. at Flake s.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
is gti'.I furnishicg their la.iy customers wi!h
VI A VI HEM ED Y
at 1.53 p:r bos.
Call and investigate concerning the meiils of
the new remedy which i gitirg favor so rap!dly.
Kememoer tne place
Room 15, Dittoe Block. Davenport, comer
Third and Brady.
-House Raising and Moving-
Kaising'briek luiililinjrs opti ially
Address E- A- ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenne, Box 131
THE NEW STYLES
And a more perfect
best in quality, and
'tr lace Von coma
pan itoo mail oaiii. vjuuuij v-"
we are giving a reduction of 25 per cent. Visit
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
Something or Special Interest to
This represents the
Best Mm Mine
ON THE MARKET.
it has more rubbing surface
than aDj' oth- r. works very easy
ant with it th- wa-hing of a
large family can b turned out
bright an!' c!eani:i two hours.
Call ard rxaniine ttoe Queen of
washere. Sold onlv by
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store andBilliardVarlor.
Always on hand the tneft brands of domestic
r.iid imported ciears. AH brands of tobacco.
The .core of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1S0S Second Avenue.
line of Footwear has never
bound to please. Our prices are always guaranteed to be from 2c to
-inillHr in h hiiH pkpwhprp Th; rAmiininrr ctnrlr mnvpH frnm OUT old StM
We believe we show the
handsomer t assortment of
India Silks in the three
cities. Beginning with fig
ured ndias at
Figured India at
Figured Indias at
58c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
Bros', beautiful fabrics.
The Columbia :
Now is your time to buy.
1728 Second Av.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Ave::
Sour Mash Whisky
ARE IN AT THE
been shown in Rock Island. Distinctive in style,
. iviuumui jiwwh -'' ''- "
the M. &. K. new shoe store, now open and $
Mondav i. "
' enow f
first time nPW
sa i a.
We lv. :irld '
EKriVm va n,, in
Snino are a lia:i.tll
Hoes, steel ... . jfh
Rakes, 12 tooth, malleable iron, - O 'c
Rakes, 14 tooth, malleable iron, - -Rakes,
12 tooth, eteel. - ... 3
Rakes. 14 tooth, eteel. - SSc
Spading Forks, steel, .... g)c
Ladies' Garden Ste, .... 25 to 73c
Children's Garden Sets, - - 10to20c
F. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
J. T. DIXON
KOHN & ADLEE. Market So: