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. - . CITY CHAT,
Hates ami figs at BiinohorV
Nice pineapples at Arnold's.
Holland cabbage at Arnold's.
Japan tea trays at the Columbia,
i Bargain in lamps at the Colum-
Nice chickens and cranberries at
Rutabagas, turnips and cabbages
Spring hats arriving daily at Lloyd
Lettuce, radishes, onions and celerv
Choice oranges, bananas and cocoa
nuts at Buncher's.
Curling irons large and small Tc
each at the Columbia.
Florida oranges, tangerines, ba
nanas and apples at lng's.
Prof. Dean's medicated tar soap 6
iars tor 1"H- at the Columbia.
Hare you seen the spring Dunlap?
Now ready at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Hiram loe. of St. I-ouis was in the
city yesterday a few hours calling on
Lloyd & Stewart opened up a new
liiut.rtf spring hats today. They are
- inr spring style- are coming in
daily.. Call and see them. Llovd &
Mew an, s.
Only ,V pieces of those dress good
left at. the Columbia. They must -o
, Until all sold they go at ;5 patent
leather and russet shoes for men
jlid you ever wear a pair of Dollv
Bros.' $3..Vi men's shoe;' Best shoe
in trtr; siai ket.
The frcole." Wear . i pair and keep
abreast of the times, to be had only
at Th Botou.
! Mrs.-.Kmma Andrews is here from
Missouri on a visit to her sister. Mrs.
Notice our west window for (lis.
play of men's patent leather shoes at
ft. The Boston.
And uowE. H. Collins is mentioned
as a mayoralty possibility on the
Oysters,. celery, pie plant, lettuce,
soup bunches, parsley, radishes and
spinage at Long's.
H. A. (ioudy, of Milwaukee, is mak
ing an extended visit to friends and
relatives in the citv.
If you are thinking of disposing
of your property, list it with Bei.lv
Bros. They will sell it.
Specked apples TOe. per peck: cook
ing apples 20c per neck; eating ap
ples Site per H-ck at Arnold's.
Ivouis Cleaveland returned this
morning from Colerado where he has
been for the past eight months.
The regular meeting of the V. V.
C. T. l will be held in the Y. M. C.
A. rooms at 3 p. in. Saturday. All
K.ineniber the $;5 sale on men's
I'ateut leather shoes. You should
!t'.'t iail to get a pair at this ju ice.
The Klug-Hasler-Sehweiits-r Dry
Ooods company, of Davenport, will
announce the exact date of their
William Tyler, of Audcrsouville
prison fame, lectured to the High
school students in the assembly room
'J. L. Brady, formerly an engineer
on the ('.. B. & and now ruiniin;
on the J. S. K.. is in the city visiting
relatives and old friends.
'The Creole." Ladies say it is a
beauty, and they are the very latest.
Seamless and glove fitting in russet
and black. The Boston.
A strictly hand sewed shoe, cut
from tine calf, an v style toe desired.
for :..'!). I he nest mens shoes in
the market at Dolly Bros.'
At (iilmore's slaughter house SoO
hogs were disposed of today, which
will be cut up tomorrow at the pack
ing house on First avenue.
Yes. the price is f.'l.ot) and it's hand-
sewed ami a high clsss shoe. Jry a
iiair. Dolly Bros., :$07 Twentieth
The grand inaugural ball of tin
Stephenson club which occurs at
Armory hall this evening promises to
be well attended. The Horace Boies
club, of Davenport, will be in at
There will be services in the Ice
ture room of the Central Presbyterian
charcu this evening, preaching by
the pastor. Be v. John H. Kerr. The
interest in these services has been
steadily increasing throughout the
week'. 1 Ins evening s service will b(
the last of the series.
Robert Wagner is being talked of
pretty strongly for the democratic
mayoralty nomination. not withstand
ing that it is understood that he does
not care to run. It is universally ad
mitted that he possesses the neces
sary elements of a winning candi
date, a id that a nomination in his
case would be equivalent to an elec
tion. The new postal money orders which
have 1m en ordered by the government
will soon be issued. " In the new sys
tern th re is little or no complication.
Sheets wiU be issued calling for
amounts from lcent to $3, which can
be torn off to suit the purchasers.
The postmaster will have no writing
to doA-i it, the sender simply endors
ing it the same as a check or draft.
One cent will pay the charges in any
amount up to W, instead of 5 ecntsas
A citizens' conference was held at
the auditorium in Moline last night
to takj into consideration a move
ment 1 joking to the placing of a citi
zens' ticket in the field at the coming
municipal election. A. S. Wright
was called to the chair and P. S. Mc
Glvnn made secretary. It was de
cided to issue a call for caucuses
March 9, and a convention March 14
to notiinate candidates. The plat
form outlined pledges a business ad
minist ration and the enforcement of
H. N Wood was given a very
agreca lie surprise by a party of his
friends at his home on Fourth avenue
last evening, they having called and
took possession of the house during
his ahtencc. It was the occasion r.r
his lift cth birthday and the mtrtv
came vith many handsome remem
brances of the event. 11
other f musenient were indnl.r7.il in
the company cniovino- a fine snn-,,1
at a seasonable hour. It was a happy
aiiaii ; u around ana will long lie re
mcmbt red by the participants.
the (Jvpsy women mentioned in
connection with the forlorn outfit
that went through Kock Island last
Sunday, are still pestering the com
munity with their uresenee. From
different parts of the citv have com..
complaints of the annoyance caused
bv these abiect creatures uli.i m.il..
practice of horrinir from lion SI til
house, often forcing themselves into
houses Officer Schaab ir-ive them i
hase esterdav. The entire n-rensv
pack o tght to be run out of the com
munity Uv the police, and the first
time one is caught. locked up on slim
rations for a couple of days.
The Second Annual Syndicate
Sale." which opened yesterday.
March . is one that will ?o down in
history as the trrandest sneenss of
any sale we have yet opened. Not
withstanding tlie verv stnrmv
weather, crowds braved the storm
to take advantage of our syndicate"
offerings. It is not to be wondered
at, cither. It's an easy way to make-
money, buying dry goods at the
prices quoted in our yesterday 's ad
vertisement. No one had anv reason
to regret attending this sale but on
the other hand can pnnoratulnti.
themselves on being able to attend.
1 he sa ne bargains will be found on
sale Siturdav. and more. too. So
don't fail to come, and come as early
in thei ay as possible.
Additional bargains on Satunbiv
and until sold :
1 cases I w hite bed spreads, syn
dicate, price, each i;ic
1 case 1. All w hite bed spreads.
syndicate price, each $l.l'.t
Pure linen crash, syndicate
price , tcr vard :'
1 case satin irlorias. svmlii-nte
priet , per yard '. :u-
1 case ; half-wool dress
goods, ofi-in.. syndicate, price.
per -"-ard ii(-
$1 all wool dress goods, syndi
cate price, per yard 5Sc
1 lot o' cotonades for boys" and
men s wear, syndicate price.
per yard ..... Hie
2ve y.ephyr ginghams. o2-in
wide, syndicate price, tcr
12.'.c jephyr ginghams
wide, syndicate pri
Kau de (Juininc" for the hair,
syndicate price, per bottle..
1.000 yards ribbon, assorted
shades, worth 7c. syndicate
price, per yard
1 lot handerchiefs. worth "c
syndicate price, each
1 lot kid gloves. 7-hook. in
black and colors, syndicate
price, a pair !
1 lot silk hose, black, tan. brown
slat -, syndicate1
pair A tic
H h.nek. Pi ksei. & Von Mai k.
nc-yffiid Ktt-r uribuivtiDn.
Little Johnnie Wen Mis Nexi",oor got
married, her tu other threw an old slippet
after ler. What was that for?
Litt.e Ethel Ob. they always do that.'
That means that her mamma isn't never
goin to spank her any more. Good rsews.
The Weather Foreeast.
For the next 36 hotfrs, fair weather,
and slightly colder, with northwest
" F. J. Walz. Observer.
The enormous sale of Dr. Bull's
Syrup has : brought to the surface
nume rous imitations. Keep a sharp
1 iooko it wnen vou iiuv.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Mum.
Used tr M'I'ious y Homes 4 '-i.r?' ...w-.--.Lard
Bnrn' Coming Bout.
A Decorah exchange says: "A
large crowd went out to Jack King's
training quarters yesterday to see
him work preparatory to his wrest
ling match with Farmer Burns.which
takes place here Tuesday evening,
March 7: He is in the pink of condi
tion, and the party were well pleased
with what they saw. Big money is
being bet on the result, the Burns
following have apparently the most
of it. King, however, is confident
and is quietly backing himself. The
contest will be the grandest sporting
event ever seen m the northwest.and
for the convenience of visitors all
roads will run special trains, leaving
after the contest. The Decorah club
intends to back the. winner against
Evan Lewis for a $1,000 purse."
Wednesday, March 8th,
Preso. ting theGeuufne Stage Wonder The
Nautical Pa- torn mic Oincdy,
Under tbe mar.agimcr.t of
Frimro?e & West.
A Oitat Cast of ' layers.
All Cir;g?nal Ideas.
Act I. Uu ne of 0"Cini or' liv tuonl it'll'. The
Belfry Chimes. Tic ierciaie. Td-j hide.
Act II. Railway and Seat ship Dock. The daft-dive.
A fatal l.eiur. tcene -2 Oil for
r'rance, '1 he )ctdj:u.. -S Belis," The
The Revolving Ship in th; sctar U a order in
Act III Safe on -.lie French Coast. cart too
l.ijjht lo Sink. Merry-making in Ccleoration
of the Hcecue.
Dnring the action of the j,!y the eelehrited
ejnaker Clry qnartctte, Men. l ieri. Ermst
baneon, and or-.ham; I,. C. Mettler, the -world
famed imitator, and a hot of ( cia.tiea.
ieats now at Fluke' ;. 81, T5c, 50c, 4.V.
Durtis Opera House,
Friday, Aarch 10.
Muaical Event n the S:a on .
THK ClIlt'Am) One HSTKA.
Under the Leadershtp of
7 . ,.",S$$
5 KHis Great Band of Vnriva:ed
Musicians. 3 J
Awnks TiioMxiN. Supraii".
rricci 8180.81, ""c, 30c. Set sale at Fluke'
Monday morning. Tc'epboue No. 20.
Bny your Viavl :eniedv of thn old r--liHJv, it
f rm f 1 50 jer 'oor. We are aljo sole aTcnt for
ur. t-princMeen'! Latest Kemedy,
Good 'alary tr commission to agents Boik and
confaltation frc-e. Call on or aiidreM.
. Th Wabbex Bki'S C.
Boom lb, Uittoe Block. Davenport.
A ii i ti-rfi-iMiui
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all niglit with soft coal;
will not cas or snvke; heavy steel body;
lare asb p&n. Call and cxninitie this
wonderful etoTe sold by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large nnmbcr of lettcra in pocsion of
the manufacturers indorsing the nipeiiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known miuic atg who have caed and recommend
Adclira Tatti, Sig. Tomigno, Sip. Sara!atc,
Llih Lehman, Max Alvarv. Ovide Mnvin,
Mintie flank, S; Del Tutiite. e-. Behrena,
Mmc. Albanl. Sig. Arditi, V. 9. Gilmore,
Mme. Nordica. Emil Fiacher, A. D Novellig.
Fnrcb-Madi, sig. hcroti. . Emil Ueblina-.
Mmc. Eabri, Sig. RtvellU I has. Kunkel,
Clementine c Vere, W. C. E. Seeboeck
And many other prominent mna.cian? of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thas indorsd by the col'.ectlve
aenins and anthorities of the wor'.d dmt t fonnd
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
an Portable pipe o-gant a well as well as the
celebra cd Ea'.let A Davis and Emeraon pianne of
enraj er make, al the wararooms of
Eh I Jri
Special attractions in Em
broideries. Oar entire new
line of Swiss, Hamburg, and
Nainsook and colored em
broideries will be on 6ale
this w eek.
This exhibit will repaj' yonr
aia Lin"8- Mazi;
and th,r fa,s in ft
ftk and pi, effu,.s
op,ni , cM
5c a Vd.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
.-ii., I r , , . ' ,-'.'.r-':l"li -n.
Cigar Store nd Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand tae fine? brands of domestic
and rmpor-.-d rii:rr- All brand of tobacc.
The Kt of a'.l the ball games wiU be receiva4
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
lf8 Second Avenoe,
Hi ating and Ventilating f ng.
Gas and Stu3m Fitting,
A waiplete lin of Tipe, Brass Goods, raekitj;:(.
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best nqiiipp,
eelablishment vfrt ..f Chiraec
DA. Vis tsum,mi inoline. ni.
Telephone 2063. .
lla. 114 WestSeve:ertiJ
Teleptone 1148- ficutui
Reldence TIetrrn- 1 'Pt
Munro, De-Eue & Anders,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bb
226 Aarket Squj.
Old Guard ;
Sour Mash Whisky
!'E'.! i. ALL
KOHN & ADLEE, Market Ear;,
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor emd Builcir
Office nd Shop Comer Seventeenth t. 1 ..L ,.
and Seventh Avenue, IU ("lk M
MTAl! kitds of tarpenter work a speria'.t;. Tiana nu f - .-n ;e ' r tii r' h:r;
Lots of nice choice Suits for Men and Boys left, going at
mere song. Many of them at less than one-fourth their acto
' ' if.