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' THE '"-ARGUS, FRIDAY, APH 1L 7, 1
V? a I could but n aogl b.
And not, oh cot, MoConochle.
Ducks at Treman & Sons'.
The London for nice spring suit
Nice vounjr chickens at Browner
Co'. -J .J
"Fresh strawberries at Browner .
That's"a great line, those flOsprin
Jersey wet jwtatoes at Browner
Orange al bananas at the Arnold
First class' t'ailors wanted
Nice young chickens at the Arnold
Blazer- suit ''Jot children. Th
I D. Q. shoe blacking 5c at the
Columbia. , . - - .
A full line of fresh vegetables at
Elegant ilne of ftO men's suits at
They have some tine ducks at Tre
man & Sons.
Bnrnham's clam bouillon at the
One dozen boxes matches 10 cents
Neckwear. All the latest novel
et's. The London.
A nice line of bananas and oranges
,t Browner & Co's.
All the latest no cities in child's
suits at the London.
The "You Bet" cigar is the best oe
Cigar in the market.
MeCouoohio's letter, after all is a
little bit suspicions.
No. 1 cedar wa.h tubs 4So at the
Columbia, worth $1.
You miss it when you
your suits at the London.
The finest 5e cigar is the
Ask your dealer lor them.
Canvass back, mallard
lucks at Tremaiin & Sons".
For a residence, building, or busi
ness site call on Keidy Bros.
Strawberries, pineapples. sweet
potatoes at Buncher's grocery.
Wanted A tirst girl. Good wages.
Apply at 8 v Twentieth street.
Lettuce, radishes, onions, spinage
and celery at Buncher's grocery.
Lettuce, onions, radishes, spinage
and pie plant at Browner & Co's.
F. L. Mitchell is visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. Fraser, at Indianopolis.
Look all over town, then come and
see what the London can do for you.
We don't give you two for one. but
come pretty near doing it at the Lon
don. Lettuce, radishes. spinach, red
"beets and onions at the Arnold gro
cery. We are lower than the lowest.
Look at onrfme'of !?10 suits. The
New lot of child'.- suits just re
ceived. They are beauties. The
Oh, no. MeConochie isn't a little
bit sore. IIe"s en joying his defeat
Gottlieb Weiss returned this morn
ing from a five weeks' business trip
A ball will be given Saturday even
ing at lVch"s for the benefit of
Frt-iH lilni-k Icis :tnd hull fro"s
kgs at II. Smythe's, 1H Second ave
ntiV. Telephone KU7.
We now have the finest line of
spring suits in the finest store in this
section. The London.
C3pt. War-h Hijxlit the Diamond Jo
pilot has arrived from St. Louis to
engage in hi- season's work.
If vou desire a dhoico building lot
Keidy Bros, can suit you in prices
.from 200 tu easy payment-.
Attend the popcorn carnival given
iv the Christian church at Armory
iall this evening Admi--ion 10
Call on E. 15. McKown for dry
Kindling, hard wood and soft coal.
Corner Fifteenth street and First
Strawberries, pineapples, spinach,
new onions. radishes, lettuce, cucum
ber, and fresh tomatoes, at W. A.
The directors of the Columbian
Snu;; harbor project are to have a
meeting at the Harper house this
The bids for privileges at the
Watch Tower for the season 1893
must be tiled at the Harper house on
or before April 20tb.
We offer some big bargains in
hildrcns shoes tomorrow in tlongo
la and tan. Also our line of ladies'
:fl Oxfords is a winner. The Boston.
Wlint with thl tiftfnt r.t f ,
thie and the defeat of the obstruc
tionists to the Twentieth street pav
ing improvement, 'S. D. E." is
"rta-' m mm
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Used in Millions of Hemes 40 tears the Standard.
having a hard time of it, in this year
of our Lord. j f
The Angus had "hoped to dismiss
the subject of MeConochie with the
final result of the election, but the
mayor seems to be determined to
keep on talking.
The soreheads and kickers as Me
Conochie calls them, brought him
out from obscurity, made him all ho
was and relegated him back to the
place whence he came.
Tan shoes. These are very popu
lar goods this season, and we have
a verv large assortment in men's,
ladies and children's. Ladies set;
the -Creole." TImj Boston.
The regular recital of the Rock
Island and Moline Amateur musical
club which was to have occurred on
Tuesday April 11 has been postponed
until Thurday afternoon April 13.
A warrant was sworn out before
Magistrate Wivill today charging
Henry Ileitahretids of South Rock
Island with threatening to kill Miss
Dora Fran. be. He will have his hear
Ladies' fine shoes. During this
week we have been receiving some
very pretty styles in Oxfords, among
which a square toe tip at $2 is a
beautv, and also a Russia calt at
f-2.25. The Boston.
Commissioner Jackson of Spencer
S(iuare has arranged with J. T.
Temple the Davenport horticulturist
for the season. The effects of his
artistic and beautifying tastes arc
already beinjj shown.
A woman residing on Moline ave
nue was detected in the act of shop
lifting in a Davenport dry goods
tore yesterday afternoon. No action
has yet been taken, though she may
vet get in serious troble.
MeConochie talks about the secret
circulation of rejorts against him on
election day. Wily Bill has lost his
bearings. The secret stories were
put afloat by Boss Collins and they
were of the most contemptable sort
While the mayor is talking about
"desiring to contend almost single
handed,'1 what are Steve Collins, Phil
Miller and Boncy Johnson thinking
about? Can it be that the mayor's
estimate of their services is so small
The supper given by The King's
Daughters of the Central Presbyter
ian church at the residence of Hon.
W. H. Gest last evening was quite
largely attended. It was an un
usually brilliant affair, a delightful
evening being passed by everyone.
The Avon club gave another of its
delightful parties at the rooms of
the Standard dub last evening. It
was largely attended by young peo
ple of the tri-cities, Bleuer's orches
tra furnishing the music. Several
hours were spent most pleasautly in
As to my future." the mayor la
ments. ! wui again go back to the
ranks of honest toil where I came
from." This 'declaration must be
somewhat embarrassing to those
boastful individual who have been
proclaiming about what the city has
been getting from Jictonocitie tor
100 a month for the past four years.
The annual meeting of the Young
Men's Christian Association for the
election of directors will be held next
Tuesday evening at o'clock. Di
rectors to serve for three years are to
be chosen in place of G. M. Looslev,
J. S. Freeman. G. H. Kingsbury and
E. B. McKown. and one tor one year
in place f W. H." Philleo, resigned.
A full attendance i- expected, as
other matters of importance are to
Still After Viivey's Iluokik
SrniNOFiEl.n, Ills., April 7. Auditor
Gore has applied to the circuit court for a
writ to compel ex-Auditor Pavey to pro
duce the bocks, vouchers and records held
by him, and claimed by the auditor to be
long to the auditor's offict-, into court to
be used as evidence in a suit brought by
the auditor and attorney general against
ex-Auditor l'avcy to recover sjO.OUO.
5Ir. Care Wa Vindicated.
Chicago, April T. Mrs. Matilda B.
Carse, president of the local Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, against
whom charges of mismanagement have
been made, was completely vindicated yes
terday at the annual meeting of the W. C.
T, U. in the Woman's temple.
The Very Weather Was Sorrowful.
Boston, April 7. Yesterday was fast day
in the states of Massachusetts and New
Hampshire and was observed about in the
usual manner. The day in Boston was
ushered in by a lively snowstorm which
ceased about 8 o'clock, bnt not until four
inches of snow had fallen.
The IIowen-Barke Fight.
New Orleans, April 7. Bowen and
Burke fought at the Olympic club last
night for $-.2,500. Eighty-two rounds were
fought at latest report and the men still
fresh.neither having the advantage. Much
of the fight was very tame.
Elizabeth Cady SCautori is in favor of
keeping open the World's fair on Sunday.
One thousand Chinese actors are doming
from Canton to the World's fair.
Fifty cats were burned to death in a dis
tillery fire at Louisville, xi.y.
, A Considerate Boy.
Little Johnny Pa, did you read In the
paper how a parent was fined $25 because
his little boy hung on a street car on Third
Mr. Harlem Bridge Well, what of it?
Little Johnny Oh, nuthin, except I
thought maj be you wanted to give me
some nickels to buy car ticket. When I
have car tickets, I don't swing on the street
cars. Texas Sittings.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday Eve., April 10.
11KTTIE BERNARD CHASE
And her merry company of layers in
a grand rcenic production of
A fortune inverted in animals to add to the real
ism of tbe play "1 he only Team of
Trained Iteindeers In existence.
Genuine Esquimaux Dogs.
Comical Acting Bears.
St. Bernard Mastive
and Dane Dogs,
and many other novelties.
Feat on aie at Harper Honsc rharmacy; Iii
cc $1.1)0, 73, 50 and 4o cents.
Burlis Opera House,
The Greatest Show of its kind in
J. I). HOPKINS'
-Boston Howard Athenaeum,-
Specialty Companies Combined.
No advance in Prices
$1.00, 75, SO and 25 cents. Seat sale Saturday,
April 8, at Fluke's.
Durtis Opera House,
April 12, 1 J, 14 and 15.
Benefit of the
Davenport Academy of Sciences.
MATINEE SATCHDAY AFTERNOON.
: Ben Hurl :
CLARK &f OX'S Grand Spectacular, under tbe
au'pices and for tbe benefit of tbe Daven
port Academy of Natural
150 People in the Prodm tion.
(ioTseons txenerv. mirnificent staee effrcts.
beaatitul com nines, superb tableaux, tha drill cf
tbe Naiads. Arabian dance. liin'o Scarf dance.
Arab maios, Kooian soldiers, oaltcrnics, tiac&
birl. Admission 50 and 75 cents, accordinc to Iiet-
tion. Keserred seat sa'e Monday, Apri: 10. at 7 a.
m.at . 11. F.uke e book .tore.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
is 6ii'. funnshirg their Uily customers with
at jl.53 per box.
Call and investigate concerning the tnciits of
the new remedy which is giit-ir g favor so rap'dly.
K.xira 15, Dinoe Block. PaTer-iwrt. corner
Tbird and Brady.
-House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION" GU A IS AN TEE1.
KaiMiig'hrick btiiMinjrs er-pecially
Address E- A- ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenne, Box 141
THE NEW STYLES
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 1Y. &. K. new shoe store, now open and in
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
Something of Special Interest to 1 ou.
This represents the
ON THE MARKET.
Jthas more rubbing suiface
than ary oth-r, work s very easy
and with it th- washing of a
large family can b3 turned out
bright and cleani-t two houra.
Call ard examine tbe Queen of
washers. Sold only by
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nnet brands of oireit!c
nnd imior:ed ciLar. All brands f tobacco.
The score of ail the ball games wi1 be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenne.
We believe we show the
handsomest assortment of
India Silks in tbe three
cities. Beginning with fig
ured indias at
Figured Indias at
Figured Indias at
58c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
BroB'. beautiful fabrics.
The Columbia :
Hoes, steel ....
Gakes, 12 tooth, malleable iron,
Rakes, 14 tooth, malleable iron,
Rakes, 12 tooth. Bteel.
Hakes. 14 tooth, steel.
Spading Forks, steel,
Ladies' Garden Sets,
Children's Garden Sets,
Now is your time to buy.
1728 Second Av.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aten's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Sour Mash Whisky
ARE IN AT THE
Monday we ehew"or t.
first time new w0oH
goods in the nw J
plain and novelties- U
We have a(Ued ,
our wash gr,0d9 d';
.Some are as ian..,,m., a. j.,.
Silks, lteinniny at
25 to 75c
10 to 20c
J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
& ADLER, Market Square.