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THE A1?fiIIS. 8ATl!K1)Ar, APJLL 8, 181tt.
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CITY CHAT.
At tioldsmithV.
Xobby hats at Goldsmith".
Smoke the "You Bet" cignr.
Nobby shirts at Goldsmith's.
rrlng styles at Gus Englin's.
Wall paper at cost at Taylor'.
..a St. Louis bock leer at L. Harms".
? For a good bicycle go to Mi-Hugh.
on-rli tonight at the Star saloon.
r Looking glasses cheap at Taylor's.
'AH makes of bicycles at McIIugh's.
Uurtalns and fixtures at Taylor's.
Babjr carriages at cost at Taylor's.
Boom moulding at cost at Taylor's.
YttCby carriage parasols at Taylor's.
lunch toniirht at the Star
m T
saloon.- '
Children"? and boys1 suits at Gold
smith's.. ......
RJfrolix frnm 35 to $150 at Mc-
Hugh's.
Oonble breasted suits at Gold
smith. Low prices for reliable suits at
Goldsmith's.
The "You Ret" ciffar is the best 5c
cigar in the market.
Dr. E. II. Bowman of Andalusia,
was in the citv todav.
left last niirht for
St. LouU on business.
Don't forget that McIIugh can save
you money on a bicycle.
Carpets wholesale and retail at
Ck-mami & Salzmann's.
fall at (iu.s Kngl in" and order a
pair of nobby spring punts.
A line line of spring suitings at
Gus Englin's." Call and see them.
The tinest 5c cigar is the "You Bet."
Ask your dealer for them.
Wanted A tirsl girl. Good wages.
Appiv at N'ltf Twentieth street.
!ow is the time to buy a bicycle
and Mcllugh will sell y"u one cheap.
Tailor system of dressmaking
taught at i- West Seventeenth
street.
W. J. Antieman, of Fort Smith,
Ark., is in the city on a short visit to
friends.
Ilon't fail to see the display of
parlor suits :lt I'lemaiin & Salz
niann's. St. Joseph's Braueh W. V. U. ball
at Armorv hall Friday evening,
April 14. "
Extension tables and dining room
chairs in great variety at Clemann &
Salzmann's.
Are vou wanting a bed room suit?
Sold on Msy-tcrms of payment at
Hnckstaedt's.
l.-ill will be rhen Saturday even-
... . I. ..It r 1w.rw.til
i r. rr nT l-4r-lllfc s 11:111 h'l un
,
Louis Sehnase.
The Zeiler property on Moline
avenue is for sale in foot lots by
Kocstcr & Martin.
ur new line of baby carriaires is
nrp t.. rle:ise vou. Easy terms of
payment, llnckstaedt.
The citv council meets Monday
t-vcuinir when the returns of the late
election will be canvassed.
Tarlor suits, fancy upholstered
rockers, lounges, odd pieces. Easy
terms of payment, llnckstaedt.
(."all oi E. B. McKown for dry
kindling, bar.l wood ami soft coal.
Comer5" Fifteenth street and First
avenue.
The tinest selection of bedroom
-nit find narlor furniture t-vcr
shown iH the city at Clemann -Jc Salz
mann"s.
Fine corner lot on Sc cntecnth
n.l Ei"-lith avenue, in Hnber
& Peetz's addition, for sab- cheap by
A. I), lluesing.
Columbia and Vict
McIIugh's ticket ofli
bicycle luanufacturcr
try represeutel.
Sideboards. ilinin
tri'os. :invtliinr in tli
carpet line n easy term
at lluckstaodfs.
1. M. Unfold hail a visit from
i.?u ....n.in I'harles Bnford. of Ken
tn.-lv. vesterdav. whom he had not
seen since the war.
For the next ten days Mcllugh the
;..L.t hmtpr w ill make low rates to
Denver. Pueblo. Colorado Springs, al
so Salt Lake and Ogden.
Koester & Martin have 1 acre? for
-Je in South Kock Island suitable
for 1-ivin.r out in lots. A bargain
lor someone. Go and see it.
.1. V. Henderson of Aledo, one of
the leading democrats of Mercer
foimiv. was iii the city todar and
paid his respects to the Auf8.
Save monev bv purchasing your
oariMtt & ut Clrnmnli Xr. Salzmanll's
They have'a large assortment at prices
1..... 1 ; . 1 5 .
never uruirr suown in ine iii-ciiics
Herbert Owens and Miss Alvina
Peterson were united in marriage bv
. . WW 1 , . ... , - 1
n v . m.iiMiaii at ins resiaeuee.
107 Thirteenth street, last evening.
"Duties (f ' Husbands to Their
' the third talk on familr life
will be Rev. Taylor's subject at rthe
First Baptist church tomorrow even
ing.
The north 100 feet of the Zcigler
property on Moline avenue was sold
to a Uavenpon pariy inrougn me
Koester & Martin agencv todav for
$4,500.
St. Joseph's Branch No. 18, of the
Western Catholie Union, srives a
graml ball at Armory hall on Friday
evening, April 14. a pieasani nine
is anticipated.
The regular recital of the Kock
Island and Moline Amateur musical
club which was to have occurred on
Tuesday April 11 has been postponed
until Thursday afternoon April 13.
Bishop Burgess of the Episcopal
diocese of Quincy will be present at
both services at Trinity church to
morrow, administering the rite of
confirmation at the morning services.
A message was received in the city
todav conveving the gratifying intel
ligence that the Rock Island Gold
Mining company has struck the larg
est vein ever struck in its Colorado
mine.
The Rockford Construction com
pany began this morning the work of
excavation of Sixteenth street be
tween Second and Third avenues pre
paratory to completing the paving
contract.
The funeral of the late Mrs, Keddig
will be held from the residence of
Albert Reddig on Eighth avenue be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets to
St. Mary's churcn at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon.
"The Young Man in Business." the
fourth in a series of talks on "Young
Mini" will lie irivcn at tlie 1. al. v
. - - - ..... -
A. at 3:30 p. m.. tomorrow, by H. D
VnUiini i;oih1 chorus sinrinir. All
men are invited.
The Rock Island Bugirv company
Lis liirnpil nut a handsome new dc-
for its own use. With
a new horse and harness the buggy
company now has one of the prettiest
out tits on the streets.
W " M-meler lias purchased of
........... - i -
. A. Donaldson the north .HI feet
.,f l..t in Hnber & Peetz s adui
tion for 1.100. Mr. Maucker doi
not contemplate building right away
though he expects to eveniuauv.
The vestrv of Trinity church met
Inst evenin' and elected B. E. Hall
treasurer, ami .Jmlge Aitams eicrK.
Five delegates were selected to the
diocesan convention winch meets in
lVnriM on May l(i as follows: War
dens Hall atid Adams. Yestrvmen
Hennett and Evster and Dr. Hollow
bush.
Principal Bishop, of the Rock Isl
and Ilih school, is getting up an in-
ti.rcit nir exhibit -for the itisrll scliooi
to lie exhibited at the World's Fair.
It includes photographic exterior
;..m-s nf the luiildinir. exhibits of
class work in the various scientific
English Juiitice.
In an English police court the other
day a iioacher, suspected of coming from
land in search of game, received the
same punishment as a farmer who took
a redhot poker, and, after tearing the
clothes off a poor, half witted laborer,
burned him on the legs, breast, arms
and hands with it. New York Evening
Snn.
Aniusements.
Harper7 s Theatre,
J E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday Eve., April 10.
Charming.
HETT1E BERNARD CHASE
And her merry company of I layer In
a grand scenic production of
Uncle's
Darling
In Alaska.
A fortucc invested in au'mais to add to the real
ism of the play The only Team of
Trained lttlndccre 'n cxintcncc.
Genuine Esquimaux Dogs.
Comical Acting Bears.
St. Bernard Mastivc
and Dane Dogs,
and many other novelties.
Fiat on fa'e at Harper Home Phaimacy; ril
C;'$1.00, 73, 50 and 35 cents
Burtis Opera House,
DAVENPORT,
TUESDAY PRIL hh.
The Greatest Show of its kind in
the World.
J. D. HOPKINS'
-Boston Howard Athenaeum,-
ANP
TRANS-OCEANIC
Specialty Companies Combined.
No advance in, Trices
75. SO and 95 cents. Seat sale Saturday.
April s, at nose's.
bvciclcs at
. "The best
in this conn-
tables, hall
furniture or
payment
(nurses and also nicely bound vol
umes of literature.
The. r.-mii-ir i ua rt erl v meeting of
the lowaand Illinois Central District
l..!w.-il s.n-iVtv will be held in the
moms of the Hock Island Citizens
Improvement association nextTliurs-
lav afternoon. IK-legales lo ine
1 Tl 11 11 ! 1 liiectin'rs of the American
Medical association. Illinois Medical
-f...;..v Mini Iov.-i Medical society will
be selected, and a number of inijHir
tant papers read.
All orders now left at Jones new
store will be promptly attended to.
This is the time of year to gather up
all of your old traiis. 1 es. hut w hat
will vou do with them. vt ny. sen oi
trade them to Jones that s the pica
exactly. Second hand clothing of
il! Liiuls. furniture, stoves, in fact"
nnvthin". and everything wanted.
r . ..
ou need not feel ashamed lo give
him a call, as lie has the cleanest
neatest store of the kind in the three
ities. It is certainly a credit to
i.;,T.-..lf .mil citv. He is now located
nt his new store. No. Diil' Second
i-.tiii next to Ai;;r oiiicc. reai
for all kinds of business.
Gen. William Clendciiin. from an-
1: - 1 . 1. ! .1 ....
vmees eeTllS lllslioeu l'. Jioiri till
i . " ... , .. .... ...
to his military position uespue vo
ltrel,l's order of removal, and a
nieetin" has been held in Moline in
which the sense expressed was that
the rneriior should lie comtielled to
remove him by court martial process
.mil nro-iii" the reneral to sue for
si-nder It is thoiirht money will
1 raised to aid the general in the
contemplated prosecution. The rules
of military discipline seenieu to uac
Keen wjiivei 1 entirely when the com
mander-in-chief of the state guard
must ninke an explanation to a sub
ordinate when removing him from
his staff.
Burtis Opera House,
DAVENPORT.
April 12, H, 14 and 15.
Henelit of the
Davenport Academy of Sciences.
MATINEE SATfKPAY AKTEKNOON.
: Ben Hur! :
CLARK & 'OX'S Grand Spectacular, under the
nupict iju mi me ... ... . ... uw
fort Acaiiemy oi .Miuni
Sciences.
15 People in the Prod m tion.
l.cautiful cotums, inpt-ib tableani, lb drill cf
. - . . . . 1 . . L J . . . ' ,p..r A anfi
A'ai nuiicsKoman soldiers, bnltentie?, tlack-
b.r.l .. . ,
Adiniffion oOani "3 cint, actordmcr to lt
t'm . I-(served cal ca'e Monday, April 10, at T a.
m. at W. H. F.oke's book Flore.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
i 6ii l furnishirg ttc'.r lady customers with
VIAVI 11 KM I'D V
.it $1-53 per box.
Ca'.l r.nd :nveig.V.c concerning the merits of
MOUNTAIN ROSE,
the new rctnedy which is giitirg favor so rapidly.
i;rnjfmnvr me pun
liCOUl 13, LIUTOe IIOC4.. liaVl'VU. wtuci
inira auu duiij.
11 1
This represents the
Best WiDg Mine
ON THE KARKKT.
Jthas more rubbing suiface
than aivy oth-r. works very easy
and with it the washing of a
large family can ba turned out
bright ano cleania two hours.
Call ard examine tbe Queen of
washers. Sold only by
DAVID DON,
BOWLBY
Has moved
his
PIANO
ORGAN
Headquarters to
1815 Second Ave.
In the
Koester & Martin
Building.
jjVflcjNTIRE
BM
Mia Silks.
"We believe we show the
handsomest assortment of
India Silks in the three
cities. Beginning with fig
ured Indias at
17 l-2c.
Figured Indias at
50c.
Figured Indias at
58c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
Bros', beautiful fabrics.
Dress Goods.
Monday e sh'.
first time new
nnl. .
crrrri a m V , "
bvuvlu me neve lir,.
plain and novelties- "
Wash Goods.
We hav added larL
our wash eond. j"'1
m an f ".1
Excellent values in Tar:
fabrics including
Pongee,
Imported Satinee,
Domestic Satines
Organdies, etc.
Somo :iro a li:io.l-,,ni,. a .
Silks, liogiiinin- at lW
icINTIRE BROS.,
The Columbia :
i
Garden
Implement Sale.
-House Raising and Moving-
ATI:FACTIIN lil'.UiAM EKH.
Raising. brick Imiblinij? i-spoi-iallv
Address E- A- ROUNDS.
1515 Serenth Avenue. Box 1-1
-Base Ball Headquarters.
1 1.
THE ARCADE,
Ciear Stere and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domectic
and imported ciuars. All brands of tobacco.
The score or au xne oau gamt-s i i c mvi.tu
rtaiiv.
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
Hoes, steel ... ...
Rakes, 12 tooth, malleable iron, - 20c
Rakes, 14 tooth, malleable iron, - - 23c
Rakes, 12 tooth, steel. - 33c
Rakes. 14 tooth, steel, - - 3Sc
Spading Forks, steel, .... f j.
Ladies' Garden Sets, .... 25 to 73c
Children's Garden Sets, - - 10 to 20c
Now is your time to buy.
1728 Second Av.
THE COLUMBIA
F. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
J. T. DIXOIV
Merchant Tajlo
4
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avei
Old Guard
Sour Mash Whisky
HAND-MADE.
K0HN & ADLER, Market Sqz
$2.50
THE NEW STYLES IN
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
rirannrea of Writer.
if i-r.ii n r u writrr. there's no end to tbe
pleasures you have had. You have had the
skeleton of an article in your mind and tbe
title in your notebook, and you find that
some ot her writer na9 ippeu jour wire,
j . ,1 .. tnn Into Yftll hVP Ki.lt.
UU J UU nir c u.j .ww
nine articles broadcast with Tear and trem-
i has Tnfado & hit. You send
Oilllgt IHAIA -
the tenth with confident pride and pell mell
i iwni- ci it it. hful scorched the ed
it CUiXICW -
itor. It comes, too, in an envelope stamped
with the magazine's name, that the chance
1. V.o rnilF crrMlfH WPM
I benoiaer mj mu j b-
: sent back. .Boston i omm uu w ecu l u.
S(HES
ARE IN AT THE
PPR
Haiti n
Thia.inW Pnrof!rpam of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia: So Aluna.
-Used in Millions ot Uomes 40 tears the Standard.
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.
pair less than same quality can be had elsewhere. The remaining stock moved from ouroldstaitf
we are giving a reduction of 25 per cent. Visit the M. &. K. new shoe store, now open and c
full blast.
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.

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