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THE AKGU& MONDAY. MARCH 23, 1896.
New Goods Are
Being Received Daily
We respectfully invite you to inspect
the same. Below we name a few
' of them:
Black Dress Goods,
Novelties in Dress Goods,
Fancy Trimming Buttons,
Ladies' Fancy Neck Wear,
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Ladies' Spring Capes,
Gilt, Silver, Leather Beits,
Cirpets (spring patterns)
Veiling and Laces,
Dresden Ribbons, ThcI& lS32Snlng
KLUG-HASLER DRY GQOBS CO. B
217, 217tf W. Second St., Davenport, la.
SOME BAD SHOOTING.
Your "Poor" Feet!
How thy would cry out if thev could but speak.
Treat them as you would your hai ds or your
face make them comfortable by wearing easy
fitting shoes. Your health will be ail the better
for it Our shoes fit the feet never pinch are
the acme of stylishness.
Spring Styles in Endless Array.
We have the goods and the price3. No matter
what kind of a shoe you want, give us a trial.
WItlGHT & BARBER
1704 Second Ave.
Do you want
To get the very latest st Ic in a gentleman's
shoe for the spring and summer of '96?
lIEKli: IT IS:
It to kve i
Shoo we se'l
- for f2.50, f3,
; 13.50. 4 and
15. Id Calf,
John T. Brawi Make Sorry Sree"cl of
John T. Erown plead jruilty to a
rtanre of disorderly conduct in the
police court today and was assessed
S and cofrU.
This was the climax to the sorry
spectacle this young man made of
himself yesterday when he wound
np a jamboree by flourishing and dis
charging a revolver a couple of times
in his hone at 411 Twenty-first
street and terrorizing his aged par
ents and the reople residing in ibat
nei'hboroood. lie is the sou of Mr.
and Mrs David Brown, a venerable
and highly respected couple. Of
late he has become imbued with the
characteristics of a prize fijjhtsr and
hm been carrying on in a manner
which naturally terminated in his
present li Hi cully.
Yesterday young Brown drank a
little. Dnring the afternoon he had a
setto with an uptown ex-saloonkeeper
in a lawyer's oilice. Then he went
home and in the evening indulged in
a dissertation with hi mother and
father. He abused his gray haired
father shamefully and when repri
manded by his mother pulled a re
volver and fired it a couple of times
into the walls. Mrs. Brown ran from
tho house in 'quest of an officer.
Ollicer McCarthy arrested toud;
Brown. The parents refused to ap
pear against mm ana Intel fctzel
swore out the complaint.
John Walsh and Henry O'Brien, of
Moline, were fined $7 and costs apiece
for fast driving.
Saturday Police Magistrate Schroe
der sent John McUuirc and Frank
Shepherd down for 30 days and John
Burke for 20 as vags. William
Towers couldn't pay a f20 fine for
carrying concealed weapons and also
went to jail.
PEDAGOGY IN POLITICS.
We want you to give us a trial on your next
pair of shoes. We will please you.
Al t. Fnaa Ilcc'area What th Feveuth
Ward Will anil Will Not Do.
Aid. Foss has felt constrained to
write a political communication. It
appeared in yesterday morning's
Union in reply to a jocular reference
in Tiik Altoi'S a few days ago of the
success of Aid. Nelson iu gaining the
enthusiastic indorsement of the
Augustana college students under
the impression his 'name betrayed a
Swedish nationality. Nelson de
feated OlofT Atkinson at the Seventh
ward republican caucus through the
influence of the college vote, and now
Aid. toss makes bold to lay down
the law as ti who can and who can
not be be elected ' alderman in the
Seventh ward. In the same connec
tion he asserts that Mr. Atkinson's
position was not so well known on
the matter of Sunday caloon closing
and Sunday theatres as Mr. Nelson's,
which had been established bv rcc.
nrd, and so Nelson triiinmlie I. Of
course Mr. Atkinson will clearly see
now that he should haw explained his
personal convictions thoroughly to
Mr. ross before presuming to become
an aldermanic candidate in the ward,
and all the republicans in the ward
will hasten to take the hint and be
governed in the future accordingly.
'I heir position must be clearly under
stood by the self-constituted bo-s
from the college, or their yg is up.
That settles that rijrht there.
The Foss edict has gone forth on
the strength of the late primary
the pedagogue from the college has
become the political n'ltocrat in the
Seventh, and the republicans up that
way must hearken unto it or perish.
The populists have their petition
in suporting their township ticket
composed as follows: I'aul Theisen,
supervisor; W. E. Davis anil Ells
worth Kerr assistants; J. II. Kerr,
J. II. Reeves has presented the
necessary petition making him a
popniitt candidate lor alderman in
the tilth ward.
S. A. Elliott has supported his
populist candidacy for alderman in
the Second ward by petition.
Edgar N. Thompson, populist can
didate in the I bird ward for alder
man, has filed the necessary petition.
Month Itock Inland Democrat. Attention.
The democrats of South Rock Isl
and are requested to meet at the
Town hall for the purpose of nomi
nating canuwates lor township oili
ces Monday evening, March 23.
Br Oriek ok Committee.
As an honest remedy Foley's
Honey and Tar does not hold out
false hopes in advanced stages, but
truthfully claims to give comfort
and relief in the very worst cases.
and in the early stages to effect a
cure. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's
Bi'rlaz O nan Inc.
Today we are displaying a large
line of pattern hats and'bonnets. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
A. C. Exuland 4 Co ,
318, West Second street, Davenport
Burtis opera house. April 9; Turn
er opera house. Atiril .1 mil 1
Sylvester" comic opera bv Theo
dore R. Reese. Tickets for "sale in
Rock Island by John Martens, 1704
Third avenue, and Bowlby's rausie
Anthracite coal delivered per ton$7.50
Indiana Block ti.CO
La Salle $.3.00
All bard coal carefully screened.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Tho best broom Lee's Little Gem.
Pr. Emily Wright is visiting at
The collections of Deputy James
Lamont for last week amount to
Sweet Moments cigarettes are pro
perly named, as u'l smokers will
We are again able to furnish the
Erie filter. Look in our window and
see what they will do. Davis Com
pany. For a nice table drink every family
should have Black Hawk spring
water, carbonated or plain, as fur
nished by Carse & Uhlwcucr.
"The Strang Adventures of Miss
Brown." the most delightful co nir.lv
of tho :itje, is to be presented at the
Burtis Tuesday evening.
John Scheuermann, carpet weaver,
now located at 270o Eighth avenue,
still solicit the patronage c.f his
friends. All work guaranteed iirsl
Mrs. W. II. Fulton, of Nauvoo,
111., who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. T. F. Henderson, for the past
week, departed today for Maquoketa,
Iowa, her future home.
Richard Mansfield is to appear at
the Burtis Thursday evening in "A
Parisian Romance" and will be
greeted by a large and representative
audience of tri-cily theatre-goers.
Gnstav Stengel has returned from
Indiana Springs, whither he went on
a health-seeking visit, and ho is now
ill at his homo with a severe cold
Mrs. Stengel is still at Indiana
Rasmusson & Free do not use ea
thodc or x rays at their studio, but
will make hrst class cabinet photos
IT 1.50 per dozen from March 16
until April It;. Anvstj'le. Nothing
extra for groups.
The special train from Davenport
for Cedar Bapids on the 25th inst
will leave tho 15., C. R. & N. depot at
9:30 a m. Otto's full band will ac
company the excursion and a good
time may be expected.
Charles WuliT, the pioneer gun-
smi'h at 121 Eighteenth street, is i he
local a'jent for lbn Majestic bvcicle
made bvllulbert Bros. & Co., of New
York, the well kaown makers of tire-
arms. The Majestic is one of the
handsomest and most reliable wheels
made and retails for $5. Mr
Wul IT can furnish wheels from $50 to
$5 anil abo doe3 repairing. He is a
thorough mechanic and any work en
trus'ed to him will be certain of the
closest attention. He also carries a
line of bicycle sundries.
Dr. Ernest L. Harris and Miss
Clara llerbst were niarrieil at Iluidel
berg, Germany, the 5th of this
month. The groom is a son of Jacob
Harris, of Kilginglon township, and
juite well known throughout the
county. His bride is a native of
Heidelberg. D-. Harris met the
woman of his choice while studying
at tho Heidelberg university. The
couple will arrive in America" in May
and after a visit to this locality will
return to Chicago, where the doctor
will practice his profession.
1H You Kver
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your trounies.- u not, get a bottle
now and cet relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
remale Complaints, exerting a won
derful direct influence in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you nave loss or appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells
r.iecine uiticrs n the medicine vou
need. Health and strength arc guar
anteed by its use. Larjre bottles
only 50c at Hartz & Ullenicyer's
Cenerally fair tonijrht and Tues
day; warmer this afternoon and
Tuesday; variable winds. Today's
F. J. Walz, Observer.
Sei voyace are Uf nally deemed promotive ot
health. So tvj re in rooa cgeg. But it maj
weii ee aoabted if the niaiini id ahoird shin
which ptoplc of very f acile ors itution and
weas nerve gel, it not prejudicial If Ka i ttVC
are not averied or naliitisd bv a medical ear.
gnard. Tte Diet, if we are to believe Ihe lest"
mony of ocean travelers, vr tether ihev n anro;d
for health, p!ea.-nre or tm.iicfj, is lloeiel er'e
St mach i iiteig. InTal ds, commercial travel
ers, sea car,Mir.e atd yachtmen conccr in kcik
mending thi Urn Of fensive tonic So do eml
6rant to the rentier, the Inhabit inta of malnrir,n
region", and a 1 who are cxpoecd to hardship cr
rwMra of climate. For miWria. rbenra tic rr
sMnty ironnia, n?rvo':nee. drppeon a, 11-er
O'miilsint and cimrlpttioa it is eminently rflia
eion?. and commended by tbc medical fiateri.it
fr an 1 near.
ltlaat Flieai flu at
Dr. WlP.:am' Indian Pile Olntntent wJi cure
blind blewhc. ulcerated and Itching piita It
abeoTha tbe tnmora, allay the Itching at once,
ana a con'tce, gtve instant relief. Dr. Wil
liams' Indian Pile Ointment U prepared only for
pliee and ltcnmg of the private parta, and tothisg
else. Kvcrj box is guaranteed. Bold by dru
aent by mail, for 50 cents and (1 per box.
Williams Manufacturing company. Proprietor,
Cleveland, Palo. Sola by T. H. Thomas.
You will agree with us that the
water furnished you by the Missis
sippi needs cleaning. " Yuu can do
this to perfection by uing an Erie
filter. See Davis company.
Ibat Tired Feeling"
overcomes us when inferior prepara
tions are recommended by unscrupu
lous dealers as "just as good as Fo
ley's Hooey and Tar Cough Syrup,"
when we know the unequalled merits
of this great .medicine. For sale at
M. F. Bathnsen's drug: store.
HE HAD HAY TO BURN.
A Teamster Hat an rnpleas int Novelty ea
Fourth Awniif. .
W. K. Crockett, of Coal Valley
township, sent two loads of hay into
Kort Island this motntng and they
reached Fourth avenue and Nine
teenth street via Moline shortly after
noon. Just as tbe intersection men.
tioned was passed, the boy driving
the rear load found himself envel
oped in smoke. Looping from the
wagon ce quickly unhitched his
team and a message was rent to the
Central engine house. The hose
wagon and truck responded and
Chief Johnson had streams at work
on the burning load in a jiffy. He
found it an ugly fire, and while he
satnratcd it thoroughly in one place
it broke out in another. The hay
valued at $;) a ton on tho market was
damaged to the extent that it was
almost worthless, and the wagon had
aclosecsllto destruction, and was
scorched pretty badly as it was.
i he cause ol the hre is unknown.
as the driver was not smoking, and
is supposed to have been the result
NEW PHYSICAL DIRECTOR,
Mr. Lavender Reairns Ul Connection With
tlie Kock ltiand Y. V. C. A.
W. I. Lavender has resinned as
physical director of the liock Island
loung Men's Christian association
after serving a ycar-and-a-half in
that capacity. He retires from his
present position April 1. Mr. Lav-
enner win oe missed by bis associ
ates, who have found in him a valu
able tutor from an athletic stand
point. He is not only well versed in
this department of association work,
but in others, and it is with a view
-to going into secretarial work that
Mr. Lavender gives up his present
duties. He is considering a propo-
tmliuu 11 uui it western cuy. Jits suc
cessor is J. C. I'cutlaid, of Joliet, of
whom the piper of that city speak
Our Vw SotUI.
The new serial which The Arc is
will begin the publication of to
morrow is by C. J. CutcJilTe Hyne
and is entitled "The Plunderers."
It is a story of dramatic interest
throughout, and it ahiunils in
more sensational inr-idents and cli
maxes than have heretofore marked
the serials published in Tub Akols
'The Plunderers1' was publisher! in
dook lorm in England a year or so
ago ana made a sensation. It is a
story while distinctly nninne in
plot, is full of hun orons observation
and lifelike characterization.
Read its opening chapters tomor
I. ant Notice.
This is the last week in which to
piy your taxs to mc. All delin
ijucnt personal must be paid. Addi
tional costs charged after books are
turned over. Oilice will be open
Wednesday and Friday night until 8
William Baker,-Tax Collector.
(VlAN IN h
can now wear a collar as spotless as
that of the man in a dress coat. How
ever dirty his work, the workman can
have a clean collar every day with
out cost if lie wears Uic
H swell Shoe al
a Low Price
TTttV MARK- W
It can be cleaned in a twinkling by
the wearer, with a wet cloth or sponge.
It combines satisfaction, economy and
comfort. No frayed edges to chafe I
the neck. The "Celluloid" collars
and cuffs are the genuine interlined
poods with a "Celluloid" surface nnd
bear the aliovc mark. They are water
proof. All others are imitations. If
yonr furnisher docs not keep them
scud to us direct. Collars, aoc. cuch.
Cuffs, doc. pair postpaid.
TUB CEUX'LOID COSIPAXY,
S APO L I O utZtetS?
mm j. bums
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronni'e ia Solicited. .
Office 1S20, Second Ay.
In order to close out our Men's Calf Welt
bals "Needle Toe," as the demand is run
ning in Tan Shoes, we will sell them at
Former price $4.00
Just received a full line of latest styles in
Men's Fine Shoes. The styles are new
and up-to-date, and rock-bottom prices.
?07 Twentieth Street.
1 A Stitch
Saves Xinc. Take that stitch with Willimnntir. Rfnr
Threat!. Do all vour sr-winr Willimniio
Thread. It hoh'.s 1ir annc .rni,nr ...
the wear and tear bettor than nn-ir r.tlir-r crvrwil ,...l
Willimaiitic Star Thread
irTrfectly aclriptcdfor!ij:hticwint;orhcaTy sewing lcacliincscwitsjr
or hand sewing. Askyourdadcr for it and insist on bavin;; it. Don't
pay thesame price for Jioor thread when youcausjet the b;sl forthc asking.
P'nt '24 c uts ami awive rix spools of tlirvad. any color or numb t. I.wn'ti" r
with four hoi .l .ins forj our niacUine, rea!y wuuaj .oudaa luurvita.,; tioukuu tlircad
auid sen inA I'reo.
WILLIflANTlC THREAD CO., Willimantlc, Conn.
Ride ' TJrlE FOWLER"
'VS .-V. 111 - 2,
The Strongest and Swiftest Bicycle Made.
Also "The Sechlf-r" Bicycles, aand a full line of the
latest styles in Gloves and Leggings. Call and ex
amine them at
Bennett's Glove Store,
1605 SECOND AVENUE.
RIGHT IN LINE IS
Yoffi Leaflet !
"pHEIR Store is full of Customers. Why U
that? It is because they have put prices
down so low that it surprises the people. All
that is heard is,
BOW J AN THEY SELL SO CHEAP
This question, of course, is answered in a short
explanation. We are new here and we are af
ter business, and the only way we can have our
Store crowded is to put prices down. If you
have not visited our store yet,
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL
and be Convinced that THE NEW YORK
LEADER is the cheapest place in the three
REMEMBER OUR ADDRESS.
sacr sew krial. i
First Door West of Rock Island
BEAD '-TIIK vncitrita THE!
1623 Second Avenue.