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THE AKGU8, THURSDAY. APKIIi 2. 18S6.
Cake ill Saturday.
Bay jour bicycle at McCWs.
Mr. an 1 Mr. I'bil Mitchell are in
Gentjrtuen. for jour Easter ehoes
A full line of fresh vegetables at
Browner & Co'a.
Gardm and Cower leeds half price
t Browner & CVe.
Adam ran pleae the gentlemen
ia l hoe 4 tbie arasun.
Go to Eckhm's f .r Easter card,
booklets and novelties.
Nothing later in footwear than
whst jou 6al at AJara'a.
Gentlemen with narrow or wide
feet can find a lit at Adams'.
Erkbart's headquarter for Easter
card, booklets and novelties'.
Special raeotinjr of the Schnell
cinb at the room this evening.
The Dvorak.Caldwell tuit contin
ue to occupy the attention of the
circuit co tin.
Nine dat and an opportunity to at
tend the wonderful Ellson phono-
Niij the Majestic bicycle and sen
drlea at Wulff's jjunmith ihop. Ee
pairing done promptly.
nine (rrasi sec J 12 cents
pound at Browner & Co'a.
Cloak salesman with garment all
ready to deliver will be u McCabe
Bros.' indajr and Saturday.
T A . . .
ii iou want 10 tee name nne in-
prain wall paper go to Lcrch &
ureve, 303 Eighteenth street.
Mrs. C. M. Williams and son. Ar
thur, are in IVoria epnlinj a few
aay Tiailinjj Mrs. W. U. Norria.
Make it a point to call on fiu Fnn-.
lln, iti'l Kcveutuenth strrot, beforo
yon buy a jriDg suit. Nobby styles,
Sale of colored egira f r the benefit
nf dra-'e Lutheran cburch at Mcln'
tyre-Ki;cka dry goods store Saturday.
Special on coats and enpen Friday
and Sitlurriny at McCabe Bios'. Buy
your Easter caps direct from the
Th.9 cake sale all day Saturday at
iMriniyre-wcck s store for the benefit
tI (trace Lutheran church should not
ierrn (rere haTe wall paper
mm win mate a any room at prices
mat win s.iit any rvjckrtbook; 3 '9
lo not fait to po to C. C. Taylor's
J-afnr-'T for some of thosa ilelirioas
ck and rolls nia-le by the Uuited
l renoy lennn imlie.
I'uiiii'y Trnurer Tittrrinjjton
t"Hl out f J'J.G'JI, 3 durinir March.
Ti n thrmsnnd dollar Inirrowed money
pant from this amonnt.
Work on the new ttock Island
lrlcje has lrren suspended during
ino pasi io iiavs. owing to the
liereity of the wind on the river.
All who have used Gus Englin's
pattern art- more Ihau tallnlied
Aey mother can save Liir round dol
lars by using them in making cluthes
E. II. Gnyer. C. II. Tone and G W
Walker, thu iatt-r two gent enien of
Aioiine, went to Spring lie! 1 today
with reference to Ea.t Muline land
The survivor of the late Joseph
Johnsm desire to express their
thank to all friend and neighbors
for their unices of kindness in their
Sol Smith Uu4;Il, tlio quaintest
itmi ini iikea 01 Ann ricau come
dian. Is to appear at the Uurtls this
evening and an immense audience is
sure to groot him.
The Sewing society of the United
Presbyterian ihun h will have a sale
of bread, rolls, cake, pie and pud.
uuig ai v.. j. layior s Saturday,
April I. from 10 1 1 3.
l. page five of TlIK Aur.i s this
evening uppt ars the ad. of thn Tti
City Electric company, a wideawake
firm of Davenport, whose store is
ncanuarters lor everything in its
Tomorrow, Good Krid.iv, there
will he services at Trinity church at
10 a. m., from 1'.' ni. to 3 p. m. and at
:3il p. m. Saturday, Easter eve,
there will be scrv ices "at 10 a. ni. and
4 p. m.
Paper cleaned by the disinfectant
prr without injury to the paper
and docs not streak. All wcrk guar
antee to te iirst-ciass. icave or
der at Grotjan's drug store. J. D.
The Epworth league of the First
Methcdist church has its regular
meeting in the Sunday school room
tomorrow evening. . A nico program
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pur Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
worn Ammonia, Ahan or any other adulterant.
AO TEARS THt STAKOAMX
has been arranged and an interesting
meeting is promised.
Capt. Robinson closed a contract
with the Lewis Roofing company for
covering the entire Masonic building
with the felt, asphalt and gravel
roof, similar to the roof put on the
Hurst block by this company.
There was a rush at lileuer Bros',
when the sale of seats opened for the
return of Marie Wellealey's popular
players, and the indications are that
every seat in the house will be sold
long before the doors open Sunday
The members of the First M. E.
church will give a reception in the
parlors of the church to Rev. and
Mrs. G. W. Gue, of Portland. Ore..
Friday evening, April 3, from 7 to 10,
to which they most cordially invite
all their friends.
Tomorrow and Saturday a repre
sentative from one of the leading
manufacturers of laiies' spring coats
and wraps will be at McCabe Bros',
with hundreds of stylish garments
ready to deliver. B'uy your Easter
wrap direct from the makers.
Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Gue are ex
pected to arrive tomorrow for a
week's visit to Rock Island friends as
the guest of Capt. T. J. Robinson.
Rev. Gue. who was formerly pastor
of the First Methodist church here,
is now stationed at Portland, Ore.
Coming events at Industrial hall
are a private party by Miss Anthony,
April 3; a ball by the'ladies auxiliary
of the conductors union, April 6; a
ball by the steel workers, April 11,
and a banqnet by the International
steel workers, April 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Brooks two
little children, George and Pansy,
were laid to rest in Chippiannock
cemetery in one casket yesterday
afternoon. There was services at
the afllicted home on Eighth avenne
by Rev. W. S. Marquis. Tne funeral
The physical directorship of the
Yocng Men's Christian association
was assumed today by J.C. Pentland,
who with his wife has arrived from
Joliet. The Joliet association ten
dered a farewell banquet to Mr.
Pentland before his departure the
William Thomas, an 8-year-old
lad, whoe home is at the corner of
Forty-fourth street and railroad ave
nue was stealing a ride on a train
today when he fell off, the cars pass
ing over and badly crushing his left
foot I)rs. Dunn and Do feilva at
Mi.ss Louise Kellogg, who gives a
piano recital tomorrow (Friday) eve
ning in thu Uuited Presbyterian
church, graduated in music in 18112
and lias Fince been studying with
William II. Shrrood. Anions
other who will assist is Mail. liar-
inon Huyatt, an elocutionist, who will
recite several selections.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenfield
bare issued invitations for an elabo
rate tocial event at their mansion at
the bead of Nineteenth street next
Wednesday. In the afternoon their
daughter. Miss Irene, and Miss Fannie
Hosentield are to assist in the recep
tion, and in the evening the festivi
ties are to bo in honor of Miss Irene
Hosenlield'a debut. April 25 Mr. and
Mrs. koscnuVld are to tail for
J. S. Coey, the famous common
wealer of Ohio wh made the march
to Washington in the interest of his
good roads and non-interest bearing
bonds bill, will speak at Harper's
theatre tomorrow evening under the
auspices of the Tri-City Labor Con
gress. Admission free. A small
charge will be made for reserved
seats to meet hall and light expense.
Ladles art invited.
ill.lM t.lMtll bALi:.
llrownrr Cu's. hJ1 fur Frldmy
Saturday, April 3 and 4.
Browner & Co's. best A Star 1
Best rye meal, per sack 2Gc
Best rye tlour, per tack 27c
nest gratiam Hour, per sack He
6 quurls best navy beans 25c
6 quarts best dried peas 2.ro
1 quart best brown beans 25c
3 pounds good rice oc
7 pounds dried apples 25c
8 pounds California prunes.... 25c
lrge drird peaches, per pound. 6c
Best dried apricots, per pound.. 12a
4, 5, 6 and 8 pounds raisins.... 25c
Best Eagle mustard sardines.. .. 6c
Sour pickles, per vallon 19c
9-pound can California egg
3-pound can California apricots.
were 20c i0c
French peas, per can lie
Good salman, per can 121
- cans apple butter 15c
Pure fruit jam, per can 10c
2-qiiart bottle fancy pitted cher
Pitted white cherries, per bottle 15c
iienuino 1'ea berry coffee, per
Good Rio coffee, per pound 20c
lsrowner & Co's. Java and Moca
per pound si)c
Best Japan tea dnst, per pound. 8c
Best Japan tea. per pound 35c
Condensed mince meat, per
pack sage 5C
Fine oran;es, per dozen 122c
Fine lemons, per dczen 15c
i ours for good weight and honest
measure. . 1kowme & Co.
Kara Cnaac for a Hantaln.
The cheapest in the market. For
ty-five desirable and cheap building
lots in V. M. Blandfng's new addi
tion to the city, situated at the head
of Twenty-fifth street and on Thir
teenth avenue, are offered for sale on
easy term and long time. Enquire
at the Rock Island Savings bank.
J. M. BtrroBD, Agent. ,
With better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills which vaDish before proiwr ef
forts pentle efforts pleas-ant efforts
rijrhtly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
fcickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a const ipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, vrnpof l'ijr. prompt
ly removes. Thatis why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and fs
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value (food health. Its bencdcia.1
effects are clue to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes iuternul
cleanliness without debilitating the
ortrans on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to pet its bene
ficial effects, to Bote when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia I'ljr Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable dt-ngfrhits.
If in the enjoyment of pood health,
and the system is repnlar, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Fips stands hiph'est and is most larpely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
Hess Bros.1 store is head
quarters for reliable seeds.
Now is the time to get
i.awn grass, wnue clover,
Kentucky blue grass, red
T 1 1 11
ueniin, uccis, vuooage, car- il
rots. KWPPt l-firn mnln W
lima beans, parsnips, onion w
seed, cucumbers, peas, rad- &
i?ues, jeuuee, spmacn, ana K
4j Sweet peas and nasturtium r
seeds in bulk. h
l SEED POTATOES
Early Rose and Early Ohio h.
seed notitni'A- W
One lot of button, needle 1 "7C
too, all solid iI.IO
One lot of lace, needle toe,
bee our new needle lace, as Q flfl
soft as a elovc. new color. O.UU
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1717 Second Ave-
STAHL.'3 Puictire Proof Tires.
All Styles and Sizes.
Large display of bicycle sundries.
Lanterns, all kinds.
Wood rim and tire cement.
' Tronser guards.
Toe clips, etc.
1615-1617 Seconfl Avenue.
Will be worn by the chil
dren on EASTER if you buy
your Easter Eggs, Babbits,
Goslins and Fancy Novelties
of K.RELL & MATH. The
-most magnificent line of
Easter Novelties in the mar
ket. Everything new and
'nice. Prices within the
reach of all. Let the little
folks see our display in the
Panorama eggs 5c up
Sugar eggs lc up
Cream eggs So up
Marshmallow eggs..lc each
Bird eggs 15 for lc
Crow eggs io for lc
rigeon eggs 6 for lc
We have a nice line of bas
kets filled with small eggs
and rabbits suitable for the
KRELL & MATH
PiM SDFPL'ES and FAECT B1KIIG.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, HL
A GREAT EASTER SALE.
A week of Easter Bargains. Every counter and
every aisle betokens the nearness of the EVEST of the
v ' ?reet no- not "e '' beautiful feature ia tha
;?nhr'Jl!fytaPrJaHall Price. A biFlow
! 5 ? Violets, per so. lc.
At sc. JNIO bunche. nntum hole Violin. 5c.
1 - 15S! 5.ncnt Poirei-me-not. I5e kind. To.
Al lie. 200 R.w bouquets, lhe5c onea, 13c
A' c. Om.qart. nf Ko., worth Sie.
At 2.V-, lnr tunthe, Mornlr g alorie. worth 2c.
. bt bm,c,w o' Dai.le. worth 50c : all at SSe.
h ! ;PT' Kow; worth 75e; 4 bi(! Rosea In bum, worth TSc:
ir! h'Jl'L1"1 wort0 Kc: "n!le M "Pr-ra, worth 75c
' " and velvet Komi, li in a bunch, worth 75c; aU at 3S.
t 4Sc, heaps of Plowerr, worh no to 1.35, onlv 48c.
Al aoc, lou of handsome i lower, in value op to'Sl 50, 68c.
EASTER KID GLOVES.
emhMLi111 ?V 'ntCT 00101 !oes, with three rows black
embroidery nod bltck button..
hpeciai line, of $i.s Kid Ulove?. for the Easter .ale, ft. Button, or
Eu 7' bl4ck red, nv, myrtle, mo le and brown.
witneacnpairnfGlnratland over, ao!d thii week, we dva a
tandsomeembrjidered Handkerchief free. 8
lo S V1. P"".'j"! l",0n,' colon ul black, worth up
to oc a yard, oivided into three lota:
No. 4 and 5. per yard
Ken. 7. 0 and IS. per yard, 10
Km- 1 and 84. ptr yard. 15 .
Jost try thia lot for your Raster Hlbbons.
Of Velvet, Silk or Cloth await yonr inspection:
Capea front 98c up, but we call special attention to the beactlfu
Cape of silk or velvet, banosoettlv ribbon trimmed and allk lined, f S
aad $10 values, for the Kutwuw. SS S3 and S4 as.
RlegattCape for this sale, (6.4S. 7 50 and IS.S8. worth from $10.50
As a snectal hi.lncsment to bay Raster Capes we will with Cape at IS
or over give a baadsone piece of chaawan free.
EASTER WAISTS AND SHIRTS.
Pretty plaid Waists, velvet and button trimmed. tS.SO value. fl.tS.
Waltta of changeable ailk, imo.enae big sleeves, $1 value, at ts.98,
EASTER SUITS AND SKIRTS.
Wide tern Skirt., lined thronchMit and stiffened, t2J0 rain. 1 C7.
Bk'rtsof fisnred brlllintme, lined throorhout, values tS.n, al ft-SI.
Suits of bia-.er or reefer style, at M.Se, ueuaily i mere.
EASTER SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
1!W S-yard silk Waist patterns In two let at LM and $1.43. Ton
will have to be prompt to get one of these
New fancy m title in 6-a d patterns, at $3 SS.
Choice new warp, print d,siin in Wlst patterns.
New lotx of haodrume Ttrras Uonds for the Ka-tar sale, fllk and
wooi mixtures, very stylish, $1 and f 1 18 values for ISc
Cbansesble Mohairs, birJs eye paUerc, t,eweat fabric for dresses,
worth TV now 5c
44-inch Serges, line 6Sc quality, now 5.1c
The finest quadruple extracts, worth Sxe aa ounce. Bow IBc
The I est triple extract l'erf umes. 30c values. 14c.
. ew Percales. 50 pieces handsome stripea, including the BCW Per
sian elects, K'-ie kinds lOiic.
UMBRELLAS FOR EASTER.
6well styles at ordinary prices. At $1 98, value, up to $3. At 18,
That's what the grand display at our store does to
reople who buy before they see our line. Carpets,
carpets, rolls and rolls of them, beautiful patterns,
and Mattings and Rugs in endless array. They are
beauties; no .mistake you'll say, too, when you see
them They won't be here all summer. The price
we have put on them
WILL MAKE THEM GO . .
So get in on the ground floor and get a good selec
tion. We never tire tellinp about this summer's line.
We want you to bear in mind that you will never miss
it to pay us a visit. You know we carry everything in
our line. We haven't the time to give details. Come
and see fcr yourself. Parlor Furniture new and
unique. Novelties in every line. The biggest, best
and fairest in prices.
CLE MANN 6c SALZMANN
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
" Tis An III-Wind That Blows Nodody Some Good."
Kahn, Schotnbrun & Co. DOLLARS for 50c
The firm of Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co., corner Market and Adams streets,
Chicago, manufacturers of Men's Fine Clothing, busted a few weeks go.
. & K.
Were on hand and bought the cream of this New Spring Stock at about half
price. Already have these gocds been received and await your inspection.
Every garment is a Union-Tailor-Made,1 which insures 'perfection in fit as well
as trimming and workmanship You'll be surprised to see the Fine Suits we
are selling for a mere trivial.
Under ordinary circumstances we could not begin to buv the raw material at
the price we are selling these suits complete. Thus it is an ill-wind that blows
nobody some good. 'Twas an ill-wind for K;, S. & Co,, but our customers
are getting the good.