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Tbe Weather We May Hm.
Generally fa'r too'pbt and Thursday:
c Jlder tonight.
Today's temperature 2S-
J. it. Shibiek, Observer.
bicycles at Hynes".
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Eberbart's piano bouse.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Be wise and suioke Kinship.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
And the next day it snowed.
Spencer sells Victor bicycles.
Spencer sells Trinity bicycles.
Spencer sells Sterling bicycles.
Spencer sells Liberty bicycles.
Sjencer sells Stearns bicycles.
We sell real estate. Keidy Bros
Spencer sells Patee Crest bicycles.
We buy real estate. Ktidy Bros.
Spencer stalls Featherstone bicycles
Spencer sells Fa orite Juvenile bicy
Dancing school at Koclie s hall to
Spencer is selling Solar gas lamps
Sp-?ncer"s bicvcle store leads, the
Steel ranges at I. S. Wilcher's, 303
Special low prices on wail pajier at
loung & .McCombs .
Taints and oils at 1. S. Wilcher's
303 Twentieth street.
Spring dress goods, silk trimming
at Noting & McCombs'.
Wall paper and wall paper cleaner
at Young fc McCeoiubs'.
1). W. Voss has taken a position in
the- 1 low company s ollice.
ion should see the tiobbv lot of
neckwear at Stewart's, the hatter.
C. A. Hurst is agent for the W. L.
Douglas shoe for men. Try them.
Spencer's repair .-hop is the only
one in town that is doing buiucss
Spencer sells bicycle sundries cheap
er than an v other dealer in the three
The steamer Sidney will leave
harbor at Dubuque next week for
Dancing school at Kochc's hall
Dunlap hats are correct. Thev
know it. Stewart, the hatter,
A tine business property on Third
avenue is going to be sold. See want
eo!u in II.
If vou arc looking for something
new and nobby, go to Young iV Me
Combs. Curtains ami portiers cicancd at
William lilaschke's dye works, V1
Capt. T. C. Dalell. Company 15.
Datenport, was Monday elected major
of the ."jOth Iowa.
The Bock Island shoes are union
made, from .'2't to jf-'.oO at Hurst's,
He Cuts the I'rice.
f-'5.00' new spring dress goods,
silk millinery goods, just received at
Young & MeCoinhs.
New spring styles in women's shoes
in tan ami black. Kock Inland union
made. Hurst Cuts the Trice.
Sec the new spring styles in wom
en's Bock Island union made shoes,
f to $-2.M. Hurst Cuts the Trice.
New spring styles in women's shoes
from fl.1'5 lo'J.M. Kock Island
union made. Hurst, He Cuts the
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
$4 er ton, and crushed coke at $4.40,
at the works.
The stage of water at the Kock Isl
and bridge at a. m. was .r:'."0; at
noon it was 5.. The temperature at
noon was - J.
The policy of expansion is all right.
Anti-Washboard soap is absolutely
the best and is made at home. Just
expound on that idea.
There are other soaps liesides Anti
Wash board soap made here at home.
The wrappers of any of our brands
are valuable for premiums.
port in tbe suit for insurance on tbe
life of Claus 15enrens oi iumv.
s,hmMr it a thp Northern Life. Mr.
Schmidt is administrator of the Beh
r-e fstnte. Tbe court distributed
tbe insurance as follows: Paula Beh
recs. tl.UOO: Hulda Bendt, foOO: Mrs
Ib-hrens. who is serving a life sen
tence for tbe murder of ber husband.
Thursday afternoon has been set
anart at Lincoln school as parents'
dav. at which time all friends of the
school are invited to spend a few
hours w ith the children. At the close
of the session the ladies of tbe
Mother's club will serve light refresh
ments, charging 10 cents for the
same, the proceeds to be devoted to
the purchase of material for the dec
oration of the buildinir. All are m
NEW TRIAL IS GRANTED.
Attorney Marshall scores a I'olnt In
J lie cit v today scored a victory in
the circuit court.
Upon motion and argument of City
Attorney ('. B. Marshall Judge (lest
9et a6ide the verdict in the case of
Mrs. Honora Blake against the city of
a new trial.
Marv Trauwaen has besun suit for
divorce through J. W. (juilian, her
attorney. She alJeires cruelty. She
was married at Kock Island to Kav-
mond Trauwaen Jin. 6, 1804. They
have one child, a danjrhtcr.
and granted the defense
OUR COLORED SOLDIERS.
Meeting Called to Arrange for a Keceptlon
of tbe Trl-C'lty Mcmlicri of the 8th.
A number of colored citizens have
called a meeting of citizens at Hillicr's
hall tomorrow evening to take into
consideration plans for a suitable re
ception for the members of the Sth
regiment Illinois, colored, residing in
the three cities, on their return home.
The regiment is now in Chicago, hav-
inir returned from Santiago. It is
exjiected the men will be mustered
out of the service in a short time, and
it is proper that steps be taken to
show public appreciation of the part
tLev have taken in the war on their
Margaret, littiw daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Holhammer, of '.'17
Seventh street, fell from a chair at
her home this morning and fractured
her right arm. Dr. J. P. Comegys
adjusted the break.
Joe Murphy, while at work on the
government island yesterday, had the
misfortune to have a Case of rilies fall
on his right foot, which was badly
rushed. Dr. J. T. Comegys attended
Cordova, March Miltou Purdv
is spending a few days at home.
Dr. . It. Heck is again ame to oe
tieorga Gale, of Fulton, is visiting
relatives and friends here.
Milton Purdv made a business trip
to Cassville, Wis., last week.
Ha.el Hamlell will leave Friday for
Chicairo, where s!.e will receive medi
Miss Claudia Cool, of Chicago, is
l isiting with her grandparents, Mr.
md Mrs. J. Coo!.
Miss Ida Sible enter ained a num
ber of her young friends Monday
evening, tlie occasion ieing Jda s
Mr. Tubbs, living about one mile
northeast of town, had a runaway
Monday morning. His horses became
frightened near the depot end ran
some distance south of town before
thev were cau-rht.
At the republican caucus Saturday
the ISth. the following nominations
were made for township officers: Su
pervisor, Charles George: town clerk,
Theodore Abbott: assessor. J. M. Kge:
collector, S. W. Bruner: commission
er of highways. A. D. Kge: constable.
J. (J. Adams.
At the democratic caucus held on
the evening of March IS the following
candidates were nominated: Sujer
visor, K. B. Hoke: town clerk. H. H.
Tavenner: assessor, J. B. Vandeburgh;
collector, C. C. Marshall: commission
er of highways. C. B. Tavenner: cou-
I can place money in amounts of . stable, W. L. Havues; pound master.
1U0. f-JOO. 300. hh, 1.0O0 and up Kobrrt Hunt: library trustees. W. M.
in an investment mat win pay i tu s
ter cent. Applv to K. J." Burns.
room 11'. Mitchell V Lyude building.
We are right at home on the bat
piestioii and ran please the most par
ticular. Buyybur hats of us and you
are sure of wearing a becoming and
stylish hat, as we have the largest
line of new goods to select from, at
prices to suit all. Stewart, the hatter.
Clarence Kddv, the famous or"-:in-
lievuolds. J. K. Heurv.
going away this spring or summer?
If 5ii, where and when? The great
Kock Island route will have low rate
tickets on sale, loth one way and
round trip, to a numler of points in
almost any direction at different
times during the next six months.
If you are figuring on a trip of any
kind, either bv rail or water, now is a
ist. is to give a concert at Calvarv ' .'ood time to commence looking up
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Baptist church. Davenport, April
for the benefit of St. Paul's Evangeli
cal congregation, which is endeavor
ing to raise funds w ith w hich to build
a church on that -ide of the river.
Dimoek. Could A: Co., of Moline.
have sold the l.oon.ooo feet of uncut
logs which they had on hand to the
Hannibal Lumber company, of Hanni
bal and Jaincy. This precludes the
possibility of the mill ever beiii"
started agajn. says the Moline Mail.
The long controversy over the con
struction of the Kock river brid ge at
Moline has at last been finally settled.
The bridge is to !e built bv'the J. C.
Wagner company of Milwaukee, ac-
yoiir route. The C, It. i. i.v 1 . rail
way is the initial line out of here, and
if you desire any information, call on
or write S.F.Boyd, general agent.
Davenport, or F. II. PI u turner, ticket
agent. Kock Island.
Home Owner. Attention.
We want 30U horses to clip by
power machine c!iper. Ix-ave orders
at shoeing shops of V. Dauber. John
Cibr.oii. William Martiudale or Smith
J.v k Babbit & Jim Marshall.
Bard Coal, Coke and Wood.
Indians block for furnaces, cannel
vaguer com pa.,, ,i .auKee, ac- for and Alhen3 lamp
cording to its recently accepted pro- and"nut stoves. V
posal to the war department, and in
addition to the contract price of
$2o,o0t) paid by the government the
city gives it the
E. B. McKows.
Oolns Down Hill-
t f J:
material in the old 1 reopie suuering irom kiuov u13-
i cases leei a graausi uui aicauy iuss ui
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
oNaw . t?.ri&a
Men's Fine Shoes for
' Spring, 1S99.
,We have added this
line of celebrated men's
shoes to our Florsheim
& Co. line, making the
strongest line of men's
line shoes in the tri
cities. Price $5.00 a pair.
The spring lines now
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Idea . . .
To have the public know
that our stock, contains
tlio best selections that
the market affords.
J list now we have
Oyster Planus.. Sweet Potatoes,
Spimicb, Soup ituncLes,
New Beets. HaUisLes.
:reen Oriious. Tie Plant.
Dressed Ducks, Dressed Ckiekens,
Dressed Turk-ys. Dre-.e Geese.
J'.ll.K AND CASNK1I OVSTEKS.
WE DO NOT HANDLE
All of the wheels that
arc manufactured, but
the ones that
WE DO HANDLE
are the oi.es we can
stake our reputation ou.
We have more satis
lied customers than any
other dealer in tow n.
321 Twentieth Street. Hock Island.
303 W. Third St., Davenport.
I Spring Novelties....
. "j" - t j 1 j I strength and vitality. Thev should'
Judge Bollinger has rendered a de- iosft n in via KMnv f
ctsioa ia tbe district court at Daven-Care, a goaranteed preparation. " VT IT AT Jf.VirM
We have an exquisite
line of Sash Kucklcs in
enameled, jeweled and
cut steel, leautiful de
signs, not to be found
elsewhere. Also Violet
Hearts, all kinds of
Coral Cyrano Beads,
Jeweled Side Combs,
Jeweled Circular Combs
and Jeweled Took
All articles tastefully
engraved free of charge.
rhotoetched souvenir spoons
of Woodman building and
you a top coat that a tailor would
keep you waiting five days and charge you
$20, and it wouldn't be a bit too much nor a
bit better, wouldn't fit any better, nor would
$1 0 00 se e more correc They are made
Willi J U1C lllv yUlS.CS, L11C UCjL Ul 3111S. llllill,
every inside edge piped with silk and every seam sewed with
three rows of silk twist. They are the made-to-measure,
dealers $20 kind, and positively superior to some of the $15
wonders advertised by some of the ready-to-wear dealers.
Top Coats at $6.00
That have all the style and snap of a $12 coat, have broad
square shoulders skirts cut Wide and loose, and they hang
straight down without a wrinkle, made of fine tan coverts and
trimmed with excellent body lining. They are right up to the
minute in style and finish. Men of taste wear these swell top
coats we are selling at $6, notwithstanding the fact that they
have always had their clothing made to order.
-Ha?5,:.:-M l;A X:l tlA I
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.