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THE ABGUS, FlUDAi, 'AVUIL, 28, 1803.
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CHY ( HAT.
per box at
Fifth pajje; china in
Old pieces, today and tomorrow
Spring chickensTat Buncher's.
Fresh dairy butter at Huncher's.
strawberries, oranires and bananas
Butterine dairv rolls 17Jt a nouud
. T -
at Liong s.
crowncr a 10. s.
Bananas and navel
Browner & Co.'s.
Attend bar tenders' ball at Turner
hall tomorrow night.
canned fruit sale at Dr flill
uleim s. See prices.
Hugh Kalston, Sr., left last nifht
ior me west on uusinesy
tverytliing in froli vetretables
and new fruit at Hess Hro
Another new lot of cartn-ts iust nr.
nt-u at .T. j. Huekstaedt
u. C. Thone, of Cedar Kamds. wns
u me city loaay on uusine;
Rcmemlxjr the rup- sale at Meihe
uros. ixHs of special drives.
It you want a tonv miir of trousers I nrieots at 18e ami inpln or,i
M. & K. have the latest no-om- 122c. Those sri tlio ,-;..o ' .i
- I - -' i . . . v iww.xv mm
D.. Zimmerman, of Cordova, was I tomorrow at UriiUll & Gleim's
nili- vivt..l.. l : .. I H- ..aI.I jo
Hon. Levi Waterman, of (Jeneseo. I 1 n,,rfi,ay. we want to double t hi
was a Hock Island visitor to-dav. I Saturday, e ought !oat the prices.
' . I itlYl " ltot 1..
Strawberries and nineannb-s. m-l ..u- jarwiswe nave
fro in t.y. next nrieo SU.07 n.l
?i.v. j. j. liunham. Davennort.
-.1 AllC IlOCk- Tsl-in.l Sili-Inrr l.ov.1-
Mitchell & Lynde's bank. The lYo
lles National bank and the Uock
lland National bank will all be
closed on Monday. Mav 1. the irov
crnor having declared that dav a
jom l o. ITiKk Islands pugilist
who has leen enniiucd in the county
jail at Ottawa under an indictment
lr pri.i- lighting, has through the
diort ot his attornev. i Iliam Mi--
Knii v. Ik-cii released anil ht's eae en
llic l:vc tramps. James
(io.rire Adams. Frank Mm niv.
Murphy and John Chambers,
ed in the lenk Island yard?
club lias been postponed from May
o to May 12.
such values were ever offered
in Kock Island as the men's suits M
fc K. are selling at 10. Everyone
who has seen them says so
iney are worth every cent of 15
and cannot be bought one nennv less
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on v i. ere eise we mean the men s
suits M. v K. are selling at 10.
1? V .
--.ii. i.ians sociii vesien av in
the city calling on old friends on his
way from San Irancisco to Chicago.
nawii- seeure.i a position in the lat
TV.,., . . ,.
-loin imiiiis(ii, me j otino snrin.
lu " "fiiei in a number of races
in this vieinitv. is in iail nt Mmint
Pleasant, la., ch arired with suin-
oiinir a man out of 4,o;
An intant son of Ni-rht Can-
''" jvramer ten anil in Hired one
of his arms quite seriously yester
day. The inuirv has lieon
painful for the little fellow.
1 . .
a wo well known citizens came to
gether in a Second avenue b.irher
hop yesterdav- afternoon, the ar"-u
ment that one used being more strik
ing and forcible than eloquent
Ihink or canned strawberries and
i.i.-l'"iiin- ai ic, piums at ic, ap-
ples and cranberries-at Huncner's.
- - - on want a nobby suit for your
pf sat is t'.e piace to get it.
n i to see a handsome line
neckwear M. & K. are right in it
l lii-Ki vs anl cinckens dressed to
order at Hess Bros." Arnold groc
ery. That delayed lot of carpet rugs at
15c, have beet; received at McCa'c
A large line of rwg at Clcmann iV
Salzmann's at prices guaranteed the
Miss Marie Ma- n. of Sioux City,
is in the ( '.ty oa an cxten.li
Lettmc. r.tdis'ies. onions, spinage,
string Wans and toniat.res ;lt Itrown
er Ac Co.'s.
Mrs. Franklin liliss and daughter.
Miss Nellie, returned last night from
If you are looking for a nobby hat
you will tin :I the new styles" o:il
at'the M. ,V K.
I'. (' AVoo,! leaves for IVoria oil
timiav. where he will establish a
''i.'UT ss college.
Five IConr Morning Sal lrom 8 I'i
we nave extended this mornin
saie one nour in order to aceommo
date those who are engaged up to 12
The following for Saturday morn
China Silks" Regular price 89c
Drigut assortment, at oc a yard.
"Faille Silks" Rest quality spring
shades, choice ie a yard.
Henriettas" Especially adapted
for World s tair purposes, all colors
we quality, at 2oe a j"ard.
"len cent lJress .ilnghanl,, New
styles just in, at 6Je a yard.
len cent Icnms Remnants
Very desirable, only 6!e a yard.
'(xents'i Lnderwecr" Balbriggan
underwear, 40e (inaJitv. at 25e each
(icnts' Tennis Shirts'" Good
quality, 17c each.
dents Socks Forty-tive dozen
solid color and fast black half hose
(seamless) 17c to 20c juality, four
pairs for 5tc or 13c a pair.
"(rents' Heavy Seamless Socks"
Six pairs for 20e.
"Ladies' Lisle Ihreal Union Suits"
Sevcntv-tivo cent quality at. 58e
"llandkcrclnels Ladies' silk in
itial handkerchiefs, 20o mtalitv at 15c
Jackets and Capes-" A dwp cut
in prices to be permanent until
closed. Prices to be reilncfd from
!S3 to !?." a garment. Choice assort
ment to select from.
IIai:'k I'i'kski. iV- Vox Mai k.
WasiiinhtoN, April 2S. The- Amc-rican
SJcietyoC liilitcioiis Kiiumt i:t, organized
ia Iiiibaiia;Ho.s so;ii'.' ye.irs- a-r. luis boii
reorKauiZevl and its heaiiuiutrirrti Jrmoved
lo V. iishiajs'toii, with .'. l' (;UL).?rt, I). 1)..
Bfcretary. 'i'lit olj.et J,, to in.iu.it re-
IiioiiHeiiui;iioii i,.,; jvrtt metUoils of
stuilyiiin :u ii t . ii i : i;i";ie truth, iu
churches, m-Ijo. Is t. ., ;t..
1 caw j
1 r '
This represents the
Best WiDg Mine
ON" THE MARKKT.
it has inert1 rubbing st!:iace
that? H-y C'tb-r.work8 very easy
and with it th washing of a
large family can.bs turned out
bright aii c!ey.n i itwo hur8.
Call ard examine the Qneen of
washers. Sold only bv
r - .
each sent down for !." day:
iflernoon liv Magistrate
the ground of vagrancy.
Will He All..- l.i l'aj lis
Lansing, -".iicii.. A;il "-. TUe state
i'.'iiikiM com !iussi(aer has viir-ipieteil his
xainiiiatioii vi Uic 0-ttrul Miclvigau Sav-
inj:s baiik, wl.;.:!i eijst.-ii its tlotu-s lat
week. .V st;i;t-iiieiiC made by the commis
sioner imlieiiles lliat the bank will 1C itble
to meet all its obiiiaitious dullav for tkiiliir.
' 'TV v.; !.
To make the largest dav of thesea-
jart ment. we will
on ni our cloa.K
for Saturday. :ui for thi
otilv. give to each pureiia
jaeket or caj
- one day
r of any
id our iH'st
tTve piace C g't
i?v not buy your baby carriages
until you see "what ;. O. 'llucksteadt
has and his prices.
Anv iacket that has been from
&i-" Ait for ist-'JT. Saturday at J
Fresh vegetables, let t nee. radishes,
nions. j.ieplaiit. sjiinage. tomatoes,
-ind t eai'.s at Iiiineher's.
Strawberries. pineapples. pie
olant. bananas and oranges at Hess
Kros." Arnold grocery. j
If you want a new sprh.g suit go
where you cannot get an old one
only new goods at the M. & K.
tirecn peas, string beans, tomatoes,
spinach, head lettuce, radishes, pic
plant, parsley and soup bunches at
Free! Hest $1 kid gloves, on Sat
urday only, at McCabe I'.ros." with
each ladies' jacket or cape sold at $5
It's a very nobby suit of clothes
you can buy at M. ii K.'s for $f.Jo,
but vou must not fail to see their
Kid gloves free, best $1 quality on
Saturday, at McCabe Hros.. with
every lady's jacket or cape sold at "i
Pi. O. Huekstaedt has a line of re
frigerators. Do not fail to see them
before nurchasing. Easy terms of
The infant son of J. V. Cavanaugh
and wife that has been dangerously
ill for some days, is reported as much
' Pleasant to takoi, absolutely pure
not a harmful ingredient in Monroe's
Tonic. Doctors prescribe it try it
Marshall & Fisher.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Cath
erine Trefz will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Ger
man Lutheran church.
Lettuce, onions, spinage. carrots,
new turnips, beets, ripe tomatoes,
' sonp bunches, and new peas at Hess
Bros.' Arnold grocery.
Driffill & Gleim are offering the
choicest canned fruit at a special re
duction of prices for two days. Now
is the time to save money.
Owing to tke unfavorable condi
tion of the weather, which has de
layed improvements at the Tower,
the opening dance of the Oakdale
price s or over, omi pair
s-1 kid gloves. McCabe 15ns.
We want to sell more cloaks on
Saturday than were ever sold in the
three cities in one day. and to do so
we nave marked every picket that
was e.r under. l.l'7. Think id a
new spring jacket with three capes
for Ai.;7, .j. J. .Dunham. Daven
port. Uenji.miu Phillkill. formerly of
C ordova and tor a numoer ot years
connected with the circulating de
partment of the Davenport Demo
crat, but now prospering in mercan
tile pursuits near San Francisco.
Is in til" lll-Cllies pn uii; OMl I
The athletic entertainment will be
jiveii at the rooms of the Manhattan
dub tomorrow evening, at which
lames Connors, brother ;f the fa
mous wrestler mm v onnors, win
make his appearance. There will be
several contests and a good enter-
ment is promised.
The dark angel has entered the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ren
nett. Jr., at o5 Third avenue, and
claimed their little son. Robert E. L.,
whose death occurred from a compli
cation of ills, though quite suddenly,
at ll:2'Mhis morniag. The child's
age was 11 months, and the bereaved
parents have the sympathy of all in
their loss. The funeral occurs at 2
p. m. tomorrow.
John Crubaugh, Lieut. John So
lum, C. F. Gaetjer and S. S. Davis are
among Rock Island's visitors at Chi
cago today. They left last night
with a number of Mystic Shriners
from Davenport to lie in attendance
at t he dedication of a lurkish mosque
at the World's Fair grounds. It will
be one of the most interesting and
imposing ceremonies of its kind ever
witnessetl in this country. Several
high officials of the Turkish govern
ment will be in attendance.
The Davenport Democrat in its
comments on the abandonment of the
Twin-Citv Columbian enterprise.
savs: "The people of Davenport re
gret this disappointing denouement.
They were not interested as deeply
as the people of Moline and Rock Isl
and, but any sort of failure in one of
these towns touches both the two
others, and it was felt on this side of
the river that if the exposition over
there was a success it would have a
certain measure of help for Daven
imrt. Rut there is som cold com
fort in knowing that all the money
put into the project will be recov
yMFVinF.rcZ TJ.r.t the bhv.i ii
'a t i,x! tii, :tr; rs r-v.-.v iiz-
SS.wVtr (S. .V. .V.)
Sc;J:;i;ir is sj
nature as Sw:yi's
JttSf. snr.ps ftxr.'.r.V..' c. :.'ifv;-:?s.-( js
harmless tthe frros;' Jciie child, yet
it fortes tiu pjisriK i'.y ii.: sztrfjce- atii
eliminates it j'ronz v? -'--'-v-.
1 contract?-:! a -vcrc crre of tjood rois"t
that uniittud roc f .v tasincst for four yens. A
few bottles of Swig's Sikc::i.- (s. s; ) cured
J- C. JoNts, City MarshaS,
it u.:on, Arkansas,
Treatise on r:-rd r.n.1 Slcin Pisea-vs mailed
'ee. Swir r fci-iii?tc tii, AUanta, UA.
EMBROIDERIES for this week.
Lot 1 EmliroWi-rie work 1 inch to 3 inchc
patterns ehoice ail desirable.
Lot J Embroideries work 1 inch to 3 inches
Either of the above lo'g are nmally i-old for30e
to 40c more.
lot 1 Illuminated wooi uniting fir .Ills tale
Lt2 llenriett is, 46 inch, silk flnt'j-h. co'ors,
a rare bargain.
Ler 3 Dress I lannclg, doable fold.
For this i?ale only: but one dress pattern to a
in SKTgtt, wide Flainulj.
ment mne d b.
they last :
Ginghaiiis. .r,, i ,
Ami be,i. i .,...'
tlfEXlLLFt l i;iAINs
Here are tu ,, ,
chenille ,,,.,:, 1
shad. s. f.,r ii,;
Lot J Frin-..
dado top :in 1,1
you are oft n .
for this s.,i
Save moiiev I v i ,i
week 1.1 , .
KEEP YOUR EYES ON
If vou want to
prkes and spot
1815 Second Ave.
Koester ck Martin
-ave mo. a y. We are ii . r.
ash is goin to ke iii.
A large lot of chenille cttrtains a: ;h
Iie:irl of. thive yards long and lil'ty im in
fringe on top and bottom with rieli dado :i; 1
s?3..is as long :is they last.
On Tuesday morning we will plaee ." A
from 5 to 25c each. Avorth fiom l"e to si.i"."( ,
entire line of jobbers and are very cheaj-.
canvas, leather and beaded velvets.
Si dozen dowel tubes. No. 1 at l.V. N". .
at 3.5. Wash Roards 7e each. Your gn . . ;
for the same goods.
Closing nut our line of baby buggies at
Rase balls from .5o up. Hammocks from
poles fi om 1.5c up.
J. YOUiNG, Prorrietor.
172S Second .iv.
II M lu K J E ;T A m i b i. L ff
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Heed in Millions of Horres 40 xeara the Standard.
BABY ENJOYS SOLID COMFORT IN A
" PATENT PALACE SLEEPING COACH ".
The "Palace Sleep
ing Coach" adjusts
into a bed, by lower
ing the back and
raising the bottom
The seat and back
fire provided with
aa ever ready soft,
cool seat, or bed. It
lengthens 1- inches.
hence serves for older children.
The "Palace Sleeping Coach "will qmet the
crosscst babv, makinR it less nervous and more
amiable; thus shaping its destiny, temper char
acter. success, heatth and hafpmess!
O home, sweet home, like thee there is no place.
It's sweeter still when cheered, by baby's happy
Ami yet in bliss and. comfort nothing: can ap
proach A Faient "Palace Sleeping Coach .
For sale by Clcmann &Salzmann.
-Base EaE Headquarters.-
THE ARCADE, .
CiRar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nncst brand d.restic
nrd imported cicars. All brands of tobacco.
The cor of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Fheiai
Is row locatedjin his new buildicc at the corner of Kif'.hjivi.uut
J. BSE CHRISTY,
CHCKEsi is: ::
Ak Tonr Orncer fr.r Thci-i.
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In spite of the miserable weather our opening last Saturc:
proved a marvelous success; everyone seemed delighted with then;
cfra tVi npw QtvlQ tiH of roiirse our alwavs pxi;tinP' Low Pncl
o lwi. v-, uiv- 11" aw, w... " - j O
It was equally gratifying to us to again greet our many friends and note so many who had actually
inconvenienced themselves in order to favor us by awaiting the opening of our New Clothing
Store. The only regret we have is that we were unable to serve all owing to the big rush. e
have therefore decided to continue the
in order that everyone may have an equal opportunity to snpply themselves with a handsome
spring outfit at a nominal cost.
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Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island Count'
Clothiog Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116 lo 122 Eighteenth Stret The Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Second Avenue, Second door-from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.