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THB AJWUB, THURSDAY. MABCH 24. 1898
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aa Brn aaaaal I Km ia Inkri
tar f-m tw MMaupp riser :-
'St pnUnr. 44.
F. H. Dcrr. Obrs.
W i wai laaj
Ebetaart taaM pieaoe.
8aoe Ml. Dolly Hro.
Raj horn of Bald f Bros.
J. S. Gilaort la in Ckieafo.
Spring eaieaea at Hortoa'a.
Lm'i Utile (tern ia the beat broom.
Frsh rtrar tiah at Loag'a tomor
(oo4 roll batter IS cant a a poand
at Loag a.
Mi' ai.d children, shoes now
la at P ,'t Broa'.
hicjria glovaa at S5 cant at Ben
aart'a p lota itora.
Hoa. William ftlcKniry spent yee
tardiy ia Caicafo.
Kaater flov aala at Bennett's, In
rad. gr n aad tan.
Ladi' xkirte at loweat pricaa.
T unit A tacCombs.
Haaa Broa will have a aica Use of
frih fish tomorrow.
Millinery ia great prafnsion at
Yoaag A MeCr m:.'.
Ladlaa aaw anita. jackata and capos
at Tounjr 4k McCnmba'.
Wall paper 1 caat a roll at the
Adama Wall Paper compaaj'e.
Cycle gloves at M casta. Ben
att'a ara tba beat gloves suede
Wait till ii-si weak and ee tba
spring opening of Mr !. treat
Baat wall paper rleaner 19 centa at
tke Adama Wall Paper compaoi'a.
Etpert wall paper rleaner Leave
joor urdara at Harts A I'llemever'e.
Miaaaa 8di Krana and Jeeeia ...
lei 1. of Foeter. 111., wara ia the city
Oar wall papar department ia one
ofoarbatiett departments. Yjaog
A Ma Co sabs.
Trtaity cbapter. Brotkerhood of
S Aadraw meeta at tke rector thia
evening at 7 .1
Samoier . Co. handle eo'hing
bat tke beet, aad that ia tka Novelty
Blue lame Oil (tore.
Matt week wilt ba Mra. La r reaa'e
opeaiar Walt aad eiamla krr
stock before baring eleewker.
Fall llae of HasaiUa-Kawoo4 birr-....
prieepe 0. 37 Mj , , 4.
Spenoer a, : F.ighUeata atreat.
Wall paper ia aelliaa: 1 'I roll
at tka aaw atnre of Lerrh A Oreve,
9001 Foartk areata Pboa ISM.
RHr Broa. kara vrl piaoea of
Betpoaa aveaue baaiaea proper! t
tkat will ba apld very reoaoaabla.
A fine liae of heaatifal papera at
tka Arfans Wall Paper ciaspaa'.
It of peaay papara if joa want
V u aaav aa wall ae aot kara clear
aad para water to driok. Hare
laia compaar pot yo.i ia a gojd
Hoa. William Jeckeoa la la Paw
tlea . las elUadieg a oacetiag of the
bard of rofMte of to reformatory
Wa aa aare joa aboat oae.hilf
the a soil price joa have baea pay
laT on milhaery. Yoaag A Mc
Combe. Tke faaeral cf Mra. Caroline
Vaaepe will be held at 1 o'olock to
morrow afternoon from tka Firat
A. ( Servo, grant chaacellor of
the Kaiget of Pytkla. will cvadact
a Pythian achool cf instrncUoa ia
Back lalaad May ft
i' n't aead joar old carpcta to
Chicago to ba made lato ruga. Send
tkam to John Paden. S27 Flaat Four
teeath treet. Davenport.
For Una gocd aad low pricaa oa
wall paper aa I painte go to Lerch A
Urevo. They baat 'am all. '.002
Foartk avaane. Telapkoaa 1.1' t
When joa look at a (laae of water
drawn from tke fauoet, doe it aot
make joa with yuo kad had Davia
company pat yoa ia a Cryatal filter
Kee-aher kaa joat received &o0
poand of nice table batUr to Mil at
IS ceata a pound, and a lot of freth
afire to Mil at three doaon for 25
M J lligifiaa. who hat beea ill for
MM tint from a nervoa ailment.
left lati alht for Chlcar to receive
traln.ent It wis accompanied by
Mra. H cg-n.
Tomorrow beiag the Feaat of the
Annnnciali a, there will ba relehra
tloa at Trinity rharak at 9 in tka
oralnf and morain; prayer, litanv
aad addiwaa at 10.
If yoa want a "time" fee tka came
batwMa lk Wilton giant aad the
buaiaeta maa. T. M. C A. gymna-
aiam m omt evenini;. Match '
Ladi and (enilmo.
Mr. Car ; inn Schmid atrteined
a aamber f frieadi at her home. 21
Twen eth ttiMt. yeeurday after
aooa aad aveaia; la koaor of tar CM
bir kday aaaivervary
Ikamcvr of the W. B C are re
aaeett to meet at Memorial kail at
BO p m akarp tomorrow r-t tka
parpoa of attending lb faoecal of
Mra. Carrliaa Vaaepa.
Coroae L. V. Ickkart' kona ia
4alg4 la a lively (part oa Tkird
avaane tale aftaraowa. Tk aaimal
waa t o aped aaar Twvatveeoad
tarval N ra wa hort.
Urmaa Sekaaekt I bow prvra-ed
totak ordara for furaitamg jo
ire tor ne aammer. Hj co it rare
... ... .
ana ciear, na tne aaitrery aervtce
will ba prompt end reliable. Tele-
noao oKiera to I .
TheaialirBee'a rale of R .ck Iilaod
factory made aboe .U I continnea at
he I'eat.ea thca ttore. There are
atill Mveral thonaand naira to ba
"t oat. bat to make aare cf yonr
lit in tke beat grs.ii , go early.
The fifth Wctora in U.o Uoiver-itv
F.ilention poarre to bave bven given
tonight by Prof. Kolfe ha beea poit-
poced ot.til tomorrow night on ac-
aat of the lectnra at the Y. M C.
. kail thia evening by Prof. Oillan.
L. O. Peere'n, of Sprioetield. state
d'puty for the order of tba Mvttic
Wurkera. i in the citr ia tho inter-
t . f the ordr. A rneelinir will be
bald st the K P. hall '.on rr w night,
hen ift t. w . ra ;ll be aaV
CitvAttomevC B Mr-bs I haa
receied n telgrm fr m Pr-eident
J Jerkine. ef the Jenkina
Orphanage at Cbarltaton, S. C , atat.
ng that ne planal g to be present
u i r - iu ;:. final bnbesa corpob
proc-ertintrs fp;r the control of the
colored children taken from the
H.ngleya here. Mai held thr ugh the
ir.ttrvmtion f !i. A. Weld and Mr.
W. B Ferguson.
A anmber cf Covenant Mutual l ife
asaoriation p-ilicy holders held a
meeting at Turner ba 1 yesterday
afternoon, and discaesed ahanges in
the aaaessmen.a ncently inangu
rated, it is claimed, for the purpose
of giving the abort end of it or
other who free nine out the o dor
members. Lonis Cohn, who was
eccrotary of the meeting, was in
structed to communicate with policy
holdera in neighboring townB and as
certain what they intend doing in
Ivea lost to Splnks at balk line nt
(iren' billiard academy. Chicago,
tetterday by a score of 140 to "ft,
Ives ctnsading odds of 2 to 1. Ives
made rnoa f ft 7 and 62. Spinks'
high ran was 41. Sntton averaged
20 at the same game, playing Galla-
ehee 10 to Sft Gallagher made 29
pointa. Kchaefer lost two games oat
of three at orahioa caroms again t
Catton conceding 1ft joint? in 40
(tsllagher and Cation eaoh had a
game to heir credit at the samo
style, each playing SO poiata.
Dr. Cora Kmery Keed. formerly cf
Geneteo. hu located at 321 Sixteenth
alteet, tbi city. She is an sxper
traced physician of 1ft years' prao
uce. 8ho has recently finished a
prartlciuner's coarse at Chicago for
the trratmrnt of tbe eye, ear, nose
and thro:. Special attention ia
given to fitting glasses Dr. Bred
ft a good practlu in ilv to ao
company her hurband. J. A. Keid,
whoee business interest is ia R ck
Diaad. Dr Reed's card can be
' and in another column of 'thia pa
per. -It I a fact." said Mra. Washes
wall to ber frieads tbe other day,
"that cna parka, e of Climax Borattd
Soap Flakes will do more and bett' r
w nk than an? soap vou ran bav. It
contains all tbe virtues I f soap pow
ders, cleaners, oxgall and other arti
i l'emrd necesrv he tnane to
. 1 t j
make the cir.the. carpets, fl,ors.
etc.. sweet and elean. and at isnrh
esa coat in monev an'l labtir " To
latrodoce this soap, an article of
rareval ie in ever' kitchen (a sosp
shaker) wti ba presented to each
pnrrhasar of their first package.
n - nttle article alone will save
rne-BBlf of the exnenae r,f anan for a
month. Toar grocer has it.
Klror K' !.
The Winona. Verne Swain and Sil
ver Wave went north and the Wi
nona and Verne Swain came down.
The W. J. Tcocg. Jr., will be np
in the morning.
The stage of water was ft. 20 at
am nt 4 10 at neon: '.he tempera
ture. 42 Tho water is falling at Bt
Panl. H"rd't Landing and Dnbuque,
is rising at St. Lonis acd rtuiouary
at Bed Wlrg, LaCrcsre ard North
When You Buy Tour '98 Bicycle
Buy the Popular Wheel The
CRESCENT Sold at
Fair, Fixed Prices.
For i8q8 are thoroughly uo-to-
dite. and guaranteed by manu-
iicturers of Unquestioned Fi
nancial responsibility. A good
point to remember in selecting
56,000 Sold in 1895 ?0,ooo Sold In 1896
83,ooo Sold in 1897
No grade so high as the SKY-HIGH Crescent
grade. Call and examine them at
T-i i- .ll-tr-pj Monro
Th taxes for 1897 are now dac
and payable at the offiao cf county
superintendent of schools, court
house, first floor near north entrance.
Bring last year's tax rectipta and
avc:d delay in searching for descrip
tions. P. J. Lac.
Welt l'tp't Miw.
Th Adsrns Wall Paper company
bat now received a fine lice of im
ported papers. Tbe very finest
things in tapestries and all the new
eel things in wall paper. They have
as fine papers e you can bay in Chi
cago and much cheaper
I) I .pa M I p WlHT
Take a doae of Dr. Beli'a Pine-Tar-!l
It will relieve the discom
fortieg eongh or cold, and help you
to feel good U dav- It exhilaratea
tke longs and soothes the broucblals.
Hmtm Tin lltvl ih CI rip?
If yoa have, y u pr babiy need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Uocey
a:. ' Tar to heal our lungr and a'.i p
k. k.kl.,, Ma - .--. r
Foley's II rev aad Tar coogh med
icine is u: ,'J' m rs . ,- tbe beat rem
dy for the throat aad longs Pleas
ant to take and is troaranteed- For
M byT. U. Thrmas
know what to get for Sun
day dinner. It's this kind
of trade that finds oar store
j a st the place to buy. We
nave everything that is
seasonable, in addition to
our regular staple Una.
i' p Apple.
1st: SwrI Art. taUakw 10U.
65 $45 $30
Smalley Wheels $2500
Snell Wheels 17.50
Ladies or gents choice
handle bars, tires, sadle or
house cleaners' sup.
We will give
this week in
Folding certain stretchers, size
7x14 feet, the bast made f 1.95
Good wire carpet beater 10c
Steamboat mops 190
New tack puller 10c
Ladles' pride tack hammer fio
Step ladder with bucket rest . . 65c
Largo apongea ice and 15o
Chamois skins 6c and 10c
th per cent off any chamber set,
this week only.
Just received a fine imported din
ner set worth flO which we will place
on tale this week at $6.97, a big bar
gain. Large assortment of Easter novel
ties, cards, booklets, eggs, etc.
319-321 Twentieth St
334 Twentieth St, Rook Island.
SOS West Third St., Davenport.
This Week Ladies' Shoes Slaughtered.
To make room, and start the spring business, we shall slaughter some very
desirable styles, all new and up to date. "No old shelf worn stuff. Space
does not allow us to quote many prices, but we shall offer ladies' shoes
from SSc to as high as you wish to go.
"This Week's Leader."
A Ladies' Tar Vict, Coin Toe, Vesting and Kid Tops, A to E, newest
lasts, equal to any $3 shoe in the city, for
Ride a Stearns and be Content
1897 Models, $37.50
1898 Models $50
Alk for the Patee Crest,
The best wheel in
the world for $35.
We are Agents for
fix tbe punctures free.
Chase Tires and
We carry the largest stock of Sundries
In the city at prices that are r'ght
WE CAN FIX ANYTHING FROM A
NUTMEG TO A CLAP OF THUNDER.
202 EIGHTEENTH STREET.
Bargains m Ladies Shoes
ALL HIS WEEK AT ADAMS.
To inaugurate our Spring Shoe Opening we make unusually low prices in Ladies'
Spring Shoes. You must not confound these goods with shelf worn, back number
and hurt 'em kind shoes, but remember they are all new and up-to date in every
NOTE OUR PRICES:
A Ladies1 Kid Button Shoe, solid throughout, any
size desired at the low price of 89o. Compare fa
vorably with any tl-50 shoe you buy. Our OA,
price 05 aV
A Ladies Tan Lace, very stylish, solid, any width or
size, $1.35. Some dealers eet f 2 for no aT a 1 ts
better. Oar price..
A Ladies' Fine Vlci Tan Laoe, beautiful ahadea, soft
and nice, B to E. A good shoe for 92. g
Our price JrijU
A Ladies' Fine Vici Kid Lace, any size or width de
sired, nicely trimmed and guaranteed to von. this
wohk, ei.oo. many dealers charge you
.ov lor no oeiier. uar prloe
Don't buy old back number shoes and pay more for them than you would in buying
of us the new, nice goods. You buy of
This week and be happy, and money in your pocket.
EIGHTEENTH STREET AND SECOND AVENUE.
aaf. Never f ..-
REMOVAL OF THE
Architectural Iron Works
)( Brass Foundry and
Makra of Uravj and Llcbt Brut aa
Broom . .:.t-. Tattera Making in 1 G.n
era! Jobbing. Ewe Pipe Bailing, Iron
aad fcraw t.r.i:, Offlc RalUnc Area,
OaV and Ftccmg. Iron Btairr, Doors,
Surd and Blatters, ctt.
Sold by Mareball A Fisher. aad Twenty-third St
oit. Perfects I
At anv dru,? vhrp and Office, Cor. of Second Ave.
JTri City Railway
Ml Island, Dl.
NEW SPRING STYLES IN
An Exquisite Display of Easter Novelties.
It's a pretty b!g contract to Easter-clothe the boys of ihls entire community. We'll do our duty
If you'll furnish the boys. You'll be pleased with our way of doing It, too. We are showing a
multitude of New Spring Styles in Children's Wearing Apparel, sparkling with beauty, goodness and
usefulness, marked at Low Prices, making them tempting and desirable, and thus Increasing the
deserved popularity of our Boys' and Children's Department Swell Russian Blou-e Sulti witli
leather belts; beauties in sailor suits; jaunty little junior suite, with the latest agonv In fancy vests,
- double breasted reefer suits. We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices.
HOW ABOUT CONFIRMATION SUITS?
Parents taking pride in seeing their boys look neat and trim should not fall to have them togged
in one of our Special Confirmation Suits. EASTER MILLINERY We are showing a swell line
of gentlemen's Fedoras and Derby Hats All the popular light and dark shades, as well as all the
cu e, fancy, fussy thl-gs for the little tots
HEADQUARTERS FOR CHILDREN'S NOVELTIES.