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THE AimUS. M02SDA'', 3IAJUCII ltf, 181)3.
The Ailiims for wall paper.
For lar;Rin cull at the Columbia.
Note the bargains in the Columbia
J. J. Johnson of Omaha is in the
Read the Columbia a-lv. for bar
gains. - .
Boarder wanted at 1212 Third
Hon. K. W. Hurst went to Chicago
"Undo Tom's Cabin'" at Harper's
Save money by reading the Colum
bia adv. this evening.
If von want a choice of line real es
tate call on Reidy Bros.
w antea At once, a dining room
girl at the Maucker house.
Bargains atGalt's old stand. Good
must be sold by Thursday.
The Adams Wall Taper Co. will
uit you in goods and prices.
l'ouoie rom dress cashmere vac pe
yard this week at McCahe Bros.
This is to be a train week in Me
Cabe Bros.' dress goods department
Remnant lots of wall paper goin
at half price at R. Crampton iv. Co.'i
Lettuce. onions. celerv. svTce
potatoes and new caldiaire at Bunch
The Adams Wall
people to purchase
Double fold dress
Paper Co. are t h
your wall pa pi
pi a itl s
jro at 13.1. while thev last
Call at tins Knglin's ami leave
your mi:iure for a pair of Columbian
Mcllu'ti sells the Columbia and
Victor bicycles, the best bicycles
The gcieatcst quartette in the roail
can be heard at Harper's theatre to
night. Call at McIIugh's ticket ofiice and
:e his Hue of Columbia and Victor
Some beautiful pants goods just
receivednt Knglin's. His prices are
From "25 to M per cent. . discount
n all goods at 115 Second avenue,
Gait's o$ stand.
When'Jooking for wall paper don't
fail to se the splendid stock of R.
Crampton & Co.
Gus fnglin will make yon a tine
fitting suit cheap. Call and see his
Hew line of goods.
George Sutcliffe'tt stock of spring
wall paper is now in. Call and see
the latest in the market.
Gus Englin. the merchant tailor,
hasweeeived another invoice of spring
suitings and pants goods.
William F. Read's jrenoine lans
down gloria dress goods 87c yer yard
this week at McCabe Bros.
' Tlo -Ariarrm Wall Paper Co. will
show you some beautiful wall paper.
New spring goods now in.
Denni Urophy and wife are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a little son at
their homo, 120G Second avenue.
Sacrifice ale of 'stationery and
fancy good nUiyk. of M. Lee Gait un
til Thursday -t' pave expense of mov
Express Messonger Frank Barr, of
the Adams,, has been given a run out
of Chicago nd will remove to that
Mr. -T.- 4. O'Connor, who has
been jrery ill the past few
days i; reported as somewhat improved.'-
There m a shortage of harness
tuakcrsTn Hook Island Arsenal and a
la rgA.it am bur of apprentices are be
ing pat on.
Chamois gloves, both natural and
whito-tn (h and 8 button length with
the ncw large stylish buttons just
pencd at McCabe Bros'.
Georjre Sutoiiffe invites you to see
kis new spring htock of wall paper, j
Remember, his prices are guaranteed i
to be as low as the. lowest.
George Sntcliffe would like to call
jour attention to his large line of
spring wall paper that cannot be sur
passed for the price in the city.
All the new spring shades in four
different Htylrs of kill gloves just re-
i of kid floves lust re-
eived at McCabe
,. , ,
Bros'. ox b,ood. '
The Biarritz kid gloves in ox-
Wood, navy, green, new tans, etc.. '
with self and contrasting stitching,
just placed on sale at McCabe Bros.1 j
George SutolitTe is in it a.-ain this
acason with a larger stock than ever.
See his new and beautiful patterns
tefore making your spring purchase.
"Knocked down and dragged out"
is the manner in which every price
quoted, and every yard of dress
goods, will be hereafter treated at
Fred Smith and Frank Bloomquist
leave tonight for Lincoln, Neb.,
where they will work on depots that
The only Pure Cream r f Tartar
Used 1l Tl.i Uv: y ...
John Volk & Co. are erecting for the
Rock Island road.
M. & K. have about 6.) men's and
boys'1 suits left which they will place
on" sale in their new shoe store tomor
row at one-third of former price and
some at one-quarter.
The Rock Island antl Molinc Am-
iteur Musical club will give a com
plimentary recital to their friends at
3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, March
14. at the club rooms.
Foot" Holdorf lias received a
handsome photograph of "Farmer"
Burns in wrestling costume from
the Deeorah Athletic club where
Burns had his bout last week.
P. J. Kennedy has sold his hand
some residence property to Hugh K.
Walker for $1.A 0, the sale having
boen consummated through the
agency of George W. P. Harris.
Now that the city is safe as re
gards the ice break up," said an
alderman this morning, "the next
thing to do is to save it from McCon
ochieism and T. J. Medill is the man
to do it."
Of course you are waiting for the
new M. !i K." clothing store. It's go
ing to bo a beauty and with an en
tirely new stock. No old goods. It
will "more than pay you to wait a lit
tle while longer.
To thoroughly advertise the new
location of their shoe department,
M. fc K. are continuing their special
shoe sale. If you have not been
supplied, provide yourself with a
good quantity at once.
The new wall paper stock of R.
Crampton & Co. includes pressed
paper, plain and figured ingrains, an
extensive line of high grade parlor
papers, a full line of medium and
low grade goods, frieze and ceiling
Marks Lloyd's horse and buggy
were disposed of on Saturday night,
Elmer Lloyd and William Trucsdale
securing it jointly, the latter selling
his interest back to Mark Lloyd for
$75, so that the rig is now owned by
Mrs. Klizabeth Coyne arrived home
from Marshall. Tex., Saturday night
accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Nettie, who has been therefor some
time. The latter has just recovered
from a severe attack of pneumonia,
and will now remain here perman
ently. A minister of a neighboring town,
says an exchange, on winding up his
Sunday evening sermon, said; "I am
compelled to announce that our regu
lar Wednesday prayer meeting will
not be held this week. I will be on
hand, of course, but the janitor will
be unavoidably absent, and it takes
two to hold a prayer meeting. We
will sing the doxology and be dis
missed. Encouraged by the success of the
past season, a stock of wall paper
has been secured for this spring's
trade more complete in every way
than any other wall paper stock in
Rock Island. Comparison is invited.
The reputation for low figures will
be maintained more forcibly than
ever. Schemes and estimates for
decoration made in an artistic and
skillful manner. Call before buying
elsewhere on the Adams Paper Co.,
312 and 314 Twentieth street.
It now looks as though the negoti
ations that have been in progress for
some time past between "Billy" Gib
son of this city and the backer of
Evan Lewis will not come to much
after all, unless the strangler shows
some reasonableness in coming to
terms. He wants to wrestle for the
$1,000 aside and all the gate receipts,
but Gibson will not consent to such
arrangement. It is understood that
the latter will tell Lewis through the
Chicago Herald just what he will do.
Our Kary Spring Bile
Takes place Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, March 14, 15 and 16.
During these three ila's we want to
sell 2'W spring cloaks. To do this
we will offer a navy blue-black reefer
with triple cape at $4,75; an elegant
tan-check reefer, with tn pie-cape, at
$4.75: an eleg
for $.3.05; fine
navy blue reefer.
pearl button, $4.25; the best tan
navv and black reefer ever offered.
for $5: our line of line black jack-
,ets is now complete from $7 to $20;
capes start at ,s.o; inese are right
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correctly, 111 gr-t.-u, iia y anu 1:111;
i...: i.,,tt.,-fl,- t i v.
t m x,r..V). . 'J and un.
silk waists commence at $3.75. $5.
$7.50, n, $12, up to $22.50; Boleros
from $4 up.
Our pattern hats are now in and
.v"" cau select your spring stj ic.
J. J. DrxiiAM, Davenport, Iowa.
IT prayer ni:d Tin.;ii.iy influence arc
doing so much for Oj.1 by indirect meth
ods, how shall it Ik? when that electric
force is brought to bear through thebsr
terv of the ballot box? Frances E. Wil
lard If the worth of anything is proven
bv results then surely Pr. Bull's
Cou-rh Svrun is tre-eminentl v the
best cough syrup now extant.
P.W -;- tntnonia; Mo Alum.
t, Y iard
The democratic voters of the town
ship of South Rock 'Island are re
quested to meet at the town hall at 7
p. m. on Saturday, March 18th, for
the purpose of nominating candi
dates for township offices, to be
voted for April 4th. By order of the
Geokge Richmond, Chairman.
E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday, March 13th
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
The Barnuni of them all.
30 People 30.
TWO BANDS ad Orcheftra Compr.sed o? White
i:u voiorea .musician
A rack or Genu-.nc Bloodhounds, Cwloe, lhc
lilgaest 1) g in the World 51,000
offered for his equal
TWO TOPSIES. headed the Great
TWO MARKS Eva nnd hir Ponv 'Prince,''
L'JXK STA R OVA RTKTTE.
AFRICAN MANDOLIN PLAYERS.
new songs: new dances: nkw music
- -. A Carload of Boanti rnl
fcVtiOTUi.NU .NEW: Sccnirj-. Gri-.it Steam
oom scene, Colton picking
iiuiiii- in me soma, tn's AtceiiMlon
The G RAN DES r STRK F.T PARADE EverGivan
1 he llandonn 8t I informs ever Manufac
tured. No exception.
Prices 25c, 35, 1
urtis Gpera Hous
Friday Eve,, March 17th.
Louise Leslie Carter
and the original ca-t and production In David Be
ia?co'- uparaiic Miccess with Audran a
"Miss Helyeti '
ai.d the London, Paris and New York Sensation
Miss Lottie Collins
in her famous creation,
feat "!e at Flake's Tuesday mtrndns, March
iii.n. 'leicpnone vu
Prices 81.50, S1.00. 50 and 25 cents.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
GRAY" AND S1BPHENS
In the Pictnn s(jue Comedy-Drama, SEW
Intrcduclnp their wonderful St. Bernard
In : Dogs, V c, 1'rlnee and Bruno; their mas
tive: U0i Leo and i)nke;their bull terrier;",
cis: Major, Tower Ned, etc; thiir Kussian
ponies. Bill Njc, Nellie Bljo and Jim
Rciliy, and the pet lamb, Cymbcline.
A Gkeat Cast, including tue charmirg little ac
Irecs, Minnie liscar Gray, supported by
a tiro: clas company.
TUE GREAT ADAMS Wboe dancing eclipses
thai if Carmencita. From the principal
theatric of London and Para.
'1 he leantif l1 KcgUs-h SV irt Dancer.
jNell'ie THE" H SALYS -John'. :
The Greatest exponents of Black-face Character
in America. A carloal of scenery.
See the jrreat Lighthouse scene, the Terrific Av
a'a .che, the rralisiic picture of
See if there are a few more scat left at the
Harper Uocse 1'barm acy. Prices 75c, 50c.3ic,2&c.
Bur Tour Vlai remedy of the eld established
6' to. $1.50 p r box. We are also sole agents for
Dr. Bpringsieen'a Latest liemedy.
Good salary or commission to agent Ba3k and
consultation free. Call on or address,
Tb Wi arb if Brown Ce.
Room 15, DitUe Block. Davenport.
At the new location of their shoe store, in the Dart Building, second door from Stewart & Aont
gomery's hardware store, 1804, Second avenue; to thoroughly advertise the new location of our
shoe store the room formerly occupied by Woodyatt's music store, we shall continue the fire sale
of our shoe stock until every pair of shoes have been sold when we will re-openen with an entire
new stock of the finest footwear the market produces! Every pair guaranteed perfect entirely free
from damage satisfaction in every particular. In order to make quick work of the remaining
stock we are offering Big Bargains provide yourself with a good supply its a splendid op
portunity, Don't miss it.
SBOH STOkE, 1804 Second
3r"Tlie contractors are busy as bees rmodalling our Clothing store, the old location -this immense room whenrin
ished will be the largest and finest Cl thing store in this vicinity and will he replenished with everything new. '
This represents the
ON THK M ARTT.
it lias m- re nibbing sutface
than a- y oth r. v. orks very easy
an ' with it th- wa hing of a
large family ca: b mrneci out
blight ann c!e;iu ia two hours.
Oali at d -xamir.e the Queen of
was'tT:. Sold only by
The Verdict of Great Artiets
In Favcr of the -
From a large number of letters in possesion of
the maca'acturers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known musicians who have used and recommend
Adelica Patti, Sis. Tomscno, Sip. Sarasate,
Lilli Lehman, Max Alvary. Oririe Musin,
Minnie Hank, S; Del Putnte. C. Behrens,
Mme. Alb&nl. Sig. Arditi. P. S. Gilmore.
Mme. Nordica. Emil Fischer, A. D. Novellis.
Fnrsch-Madi, pig. t'emti. Emil Llebiinfr,
Mme. Fabri, Sip. Kevclli. 1'has. Knnkcl,
Clementine de V re, W. C. E. Seeboeck
And many other prominent mneicians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
a-ening and authorities of the world may be found
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
and Portable pipe organs as well as well as the
eclebra ed Ballet St Davis and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the waxerooms of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the cnest brands of domestic
and imported cicars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenne.
the Opening j)f
Large assortment of Ladies
Calico Wrappers just ia
well made and styles good
We show this week a hand
some assortment f LadUs'
Capes; sp?ciil values at
1 cent a y:ml ami up.
From GSo to $o.2S.
CUPS AND SAUCKHS
40c to 45c jer set.
6 pieces, $l.fs.
10 pieces, i.75.
12 pieces, 4.75.
KOCKIXGIIAM TEA POTS
25c to 40c.
All Dress Goods at cost.
5c a box up,
1728 Second ,iv
Munro, De-Bue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
1 UA H
vv iiuivjuciivj txuu
Sour Mash Whisky
CJiOTaiNG STORE, 1?29 2d Ave ,
our New Clothing Store.
v jcj juu want in
ets; veiy fair jacke for
Une case Lawn Tennis
Case Check Ginghams
Better than is usuallv
tor that mon y.
F J. YOUSG, Prpprietor.
I 1 - J ' I M 1
1 lutein uaAuii:
226 Market Square.
& ADLER, Market Square.
116 ;o 120 Eighteenth STett.
" PER GALLON