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THE A -KG V S. Til Ellg-DAT , MAhCH 30, I893.
,-. CITY CHAT.
f,i 1 waists at the Columbia.
iBurbank potatoos at Aster & Co's
Wils-onV niiHtrels tomorrow night
Freh butter. nii eggs at Bunch
Jgy your lai-e curtains at the Col
i t'r Dressed chickens ana ducks a
Fresh white, tish and trout at
ster & Co. for
rn and oat.
Pianos and rran at vour own
f rife at BowUmtV
Srrinir onenine Friday and 5atur
' iaj at the Columbia.
J. M. ChrUtv, of Des Moines, is in
the city on business
Wilson's famous minstrels at Ilar-
por's theatre tomorrow night.
$200 buys a nice modern upright
piano jn walnut case at Bowlby s
r II. C lvill will be retained as no
'"'lice magistrate and he deserves to be
An umbrella free with drv goods
tomorrow and Saturday at McCabe
Only the M. & K. have those fancy
canvass slippers for ladies, the great
Gfc"TcrBowlbv"s aim buy a nice,
modern, high-top organ for $45 at
. J he removal sale.
Miss Alice Hengstler left this
wnorninsr for Chicago on a visit to
friends in that city.
The people and low prices will
make moving a small job for us. Ke
Hioval sale at Bowlby's. ;
The latest in hats, shirts, neck
wear, in' endless variety can be found
at .Sipihrf & Hoiienfelder's.
Geprg? Wilton, the prince of min
strel t-ntertainers. is to ne seen at
Harper'e theatre tomorrow night.
Ladies have you scon those suede
Uppers M. & K. are selling at $1.50.
same as other dealers oharre s.50
"Paul Thiesea and Fred ftaassen
are the.verv men for assistant super
' ;"ior.'" Gire them your rote next
EverylKdy should be there on Fri
4y nd Saturday, as McCabe Bros."
" .dry goods opeaing promises to be
: very attractive.
John Sherridan who was sent down
from Molinefor 20 days on a charge
of vagrancy was released from the
r t-copnry jail today.
. , . ,No. thiril termer, say the people.
"'It "is contrary to the spirit and
form of our government. No more
JF" V"An English gloria umbrella to
'j 4 utvrja.fi buying dry goods
aacouni of $5 on Fridav
Tay at McCabe Bros.
M. & K. never dissapoint you and
,wh-n they, promise you something
special at their grand opening you
should not fail to wait.
J. K. Johnston will be ltoi-k Isl
and's next assessor. The people are
e!amoring for a change, and Mr.
Jobaston will give it to them.
' The people are tired of McCono-f-ai.ar.j
they don't like third termers
-anyway. The natural consequence is
hat Mt-Conochie's jig is up.
,-Elect Ed. Bauersfeld township col
lector next Tuesday. He is head and
shoulders above his opponent both as
a man and-as regards to titness for the
Edward Lieberknecht and James
E. Larkin will be elected constables
next Tuesday, along with the other
..dniocrats. ' They are the right kind
ff men, too.
., The democrats have only to do
their full duty next Tuesday to make
a complete sweep. Let no democrat
fail to do his part and participate in
Albert II. Huesinsr is making a
national Typographical Union which
occurs in Chicago next June.
News has been received in this city
of the serious illness of Miss Liljr
Rashford formerly of the city, at her
home in Emmettsburff, la. She is
lying at the point of death with con
Edwards-A Walsh yesterday began
active operations in making the tirst
cut on t-ourth avenue at fourth
street. They have over 1,000,000
brick on hand and will carry on the
This is George Wilson's last season
as a burnt cork "artist. Next year he
comes out with a comedy company
Tomorrow night will be your last op-
portnity for seeing his famous mm
Simon & Mosenfeldcr's entire new
stock is now in, and together with
their last week's purchase, offers the
greatest and hnest stock oi men s.
boys' and children's clothing ever
shown in this vicinity.
The objections to the Twentieth
street improvement are being heard
in the county court today. City At
torney Haas appears for the city and
Swteney & Walker and Henry Curtis
for the property holders.
He that accomplishes his ends by
deccft shall render up his own soul in
anguish, is an axiom which it would
be well for McConochie to meditate
on at the present time. The day of
retribution is close at hand.
The Molinc papers are just now en
gaged in the highly edifying conver-
ation f discussing the mud in the
streets. Probably the Rock Island
morning paper has made a contract
with both to provide it with its cam
James Hardin was out' yesterday
for the first time with the handsome
new sprinkling wagon that he sold to
the Tri-City Electric Sprinkling Co.
the wagon is of the latest design for
sprinklers and is an ornament to the
streets of the city.
At the meeting of the West End
Improvement association a commit
tee composed of Gustav Stengel, W.
li. I'ettit, C. C. Hodges, 1'hil Miller
and Chas. Engel was appointed to go
to Chicago to select the ornaments
for Garnsev square. '
X. R. Ziegler of Molinc, temporary
secretary of the Rock Island and Mo
line Boss Blacksmiths' Union, has ap
plied to the national union for a
charter, which is expected to arrive
in a few days, after which tlie union
will le permanently organized.
Edward Bauersfeld is having a
walk away for the office of township
collector. He is personally popular
and well fitted for the office, ami added
to this has the advantage of the
weakest opposition the McConochie
combine could have pitted against
The very fact that it will be an cn-
irelv new stock, not old rubbish.
this alone should be an inducement
for you to wait but the M. & K.
will have other inducements much
greater that will interest you. By
all means wait for their grand spring
The 20-round contest between Tom
Cox of this city and Zeck" Mur
dock of l)avenjort, occurs in the
Turner Grand opera house over there
tomorrow evening. Both men arc
in good condition and one of the best
goes that has been seen here in some
time is expected.
The Ladies' Industrial Relief So
ciety will hold its regular monthly
meeting Saturday, April 1 at 3 p. m.,
in the old High school building. All
officers, ward managers and assis
tants are urged to be present, and the
nomination of officers for the ensuing
year will take place.
From present indications Bowlby
will go into the store at" No. 1815
Second avenue, April 15, with an en
tire new stock, as the low prices he
Ficiuird-i;anvas. for the office of city ; is making bid fair to carry away the
Vlerk. His election is assured, and whole of his present stock. Rock
he will make a most excellent and ; Island. Moline and Davenport people
rempetent official. seem to know a bargain when they
Mc Cabe Bros.' store will not be ' fe ral S bargains still on
opto 'tomorrow morning until 10
o'clock, owing to the preparations j Hon. John J. Inglls, w ho spoke
Jor their general dry goods opening ; in Davenport on Tuesday evening
lor J-riday and Saturday.
' Peter Schleninier and II.
Wlf Will Uf PitTlfU Jll?llU?r2 xil I 11x7 ,
- m rrl
)tace nexi luesuay. iney are me
rjht kind of men for the offices and
the people will to declare.
Tomorrow, Good Friday, there will
be services at Trinity church at 10 a.
m.: from 12 to S p. m.. and at 7:30 p.
m. On Saturday there will be ser
vice? ot 10 a. m. aad 4 p. m.
Everything new for men's wear can
he found at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
By Saturday morning they will be
ready to show the grandest and pret
tiest line of merchandise ever seen
Twi" City Typographical Union,
Ko 107 at its meeting last
'eveaing selected John Schlemmer as
delegate'to the meeting of the Inter-
was entertained ny c-apt. M. J.
Grealish of Rock Island Arsenal,
Tuesday afternoon, and yesterday in
company with other gentlemen visit
sd the various points of interest in
the three towns. He expressed him
self as being agreeably surprised at
the prosperity and general appear
ance of the tri-citics and well pleased
with the visit.
A meeting of the candidates and
democrats generally was held at
Turner hall last evening and reports
from all parts of the city were re
ceived. The prospects were very en
couraging and a general feeling pre
vailed that democrats in all parts of
the city should turn out and lend all
possible aid. Matters were arranged
for getting out the vote and the meet
ing adjourned with a feeling of confi
dence in the entire, ticket.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
usfd in M lhoit of Homes- 40 Hears in Standard.
Miller Was t be Authority.
It now develops after all the buga
boo that the Union has made about
the alleged Sunday meeting at Roche's
hall, which in reality, as stated in
The Akgcs did not occur at all, that
its informant whom it recom
mended to go and claim the $100 of
fered by Mr. Roach, is none other
than the ehief of police, as the editor
of the Union in a letter to Mr. Roach
acknowledges. Evidently the Mc
Conochie outposts are not making
any more of a success of their politi
cal jobbery than they are of their po
If you are offered a bottle, of Salva
tion Oil without wrapper or defaced
or mutilated, don't buy it at any
price; you may be sure that there is
something wrong; it may be a worth
less or dangerous counterfeit. Insist
upon getting a perfect, unbroken,
genuine package in a yellow wrapper.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday, March 31st,
The minstrel monopolist,
and his majrnificent
Dan iumlan. Jake Wclby, Lon Htidron, O. O.
ter!. Bob Key. U. B. Ward, George
Gale, Kalph Roycr.
' Th moat a VnAVtaf pa i r) lual r a rt n J" vyra !-
zation in the world presenting
Seats on cale Wednesday 29;h.
Prices $1.00. 50 and ocn'c.
Rurtis Opera House,
SATURDAY. APRIL 1st-
Aatiited by C. W. CouHock, Frank Wwton and
her on company of playera la a perfect
dramatic Dd fcenlcprdacion Mho
Greatest lleart play ever ritten
Under the aarpicca of Lodge No. 3S3, K. of I 'a.
'A play one is better for having eeen."
Henry war4 Beech cr.
A car load ot beantif ul scenery carried for thia
Prices Si. 75. fiO and Be. Seats at Fluke's
Wednesday morninc. March 29. Telephone Mo.
Rurtis Opera Hutv
SUNDAY, APRIL 26.lVSLr
CHARLES A. GARDNER,
Cnder ttc mananctnrnt of Sidney R. Ellis, in his
Assifttdty competent company, special scen
ery ana me
FAMOUS TYROLEAN QUARTETTE
Prices ?1 00. 75c, Mc, 95c.
Seals at the box office Sunday morning.
-House Raising and Moving-
Raising 'brick buildings especially
Address E- A. ROUNDS.
1515 Sereoth Avenue, Box 111
This rireent8 th
Best MM Hade
ON THE MARKET.
Jt has m re rubbing surface
than ar y oih- r. works very easy
aud with, it th- washing of a
large family can be turned out
blight a rft deania two hours.
Call ard xaniiue the Queen of
was' ere. Sold onl by
As I am crowded and over-stocked
with second liaVwf pianos and organs,
I am determined, jto close them out
this month, if low prices will do it.
These instruments are all in good or
derand will be taken back as part pay
on new instruments at, any time you
wish to exchange.
1 Worchester square piano... 35 0C
1 Pennsylvania tqotre piano SO 00
l nrtn rona & i bo ou
1 Stock square piano 65 00
1 walnut case aprlgbt riano7i octaves.... 200 OH
1 " 250 00
I rosewood upright " " " SI 00
1 walontcae upright piano 915 00
1 Wee:er Cottage organ, walnut case 11
stops 40 00
I Carpenter oreaa, walnut case, 8 Hops : 45 00
I 9 stops.... SO 00
1 Chicego organ AO on
1 Maaon A Hamlin organ 85 00
The above named instruments can
be purchased on easy payments. I
also have s large stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Hallet & Davis,
Emerson and other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball organ. You can
save money by purchasing here as
you are buying direct from the man
ufacturer. " Come and see me and get
1). R. BOWLBY, Manager,
W. W. Kimball's Branch House.
Rock Island, 111
ky fc, r. ,,,,
You aTe probably now
SPRI1 DRESS GOODS
Some ejx cial things this
Keek you ought to eee?
Henri, ttas. 46 i
Wool Mixture .
""a uvt?iv awr
Aud many ottr f,i,
Mil TIRE BE.0-
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Easter. Easter. Eastf
The Columbia :
1728 Second Av.
A complete line of Easter Cards suitable fo
Sunday School children, from lc each an:
up, and a line of Novelties such as Bookies
Eggs, Dyes, and Papier Mache Novelties r
the shape of Rabbits. Ghickens. Kitten
Pigs, etc., at verv low prices. - Gall and a
the nice assortment.
!2grClo8ing out a line of Wash Bowls and Pitchers,,
damaged, bat ery cheap at 45c Also a email lot of o
Chambers at 35c
. F. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
Cigar Stare and Billiard Parlor.
11...... k..),. A.t V..4 H.i.Mt!.
and imported ciuars. All brands of tobacco.
The score ot all the ball csmes wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1808 Record Avenne.
Munro, De-Bue & AndersoJ
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail
226 Market Squar;
Sour Mash Whisky
K0HN & ADLER. Market M
THE. NEW STYLES IN
L ABIE'S AND G-ENTJLEMEN'S
ARE IN AT THE
And a more perfect line of Footwear has never been shown in Rock Island. Distinctive in sty'.
best ia quality, and bound to please; Our prices are always guaranteed to be from 25c to 51.)
pair less than same quality can be liad elsewhere. The remaining stock moved from our old stir.
we are giving a reduction of 25 per cent. Visit the M. &. K. new shoe store, now open and i
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
Something of Special Interest to