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Luiuti jtl tin star
Free Iiitu li .at tH
Star saloon to-
Chin; closets :.t Clemann & S:tlz-
Easter canls. ops anil novelties at
Spriu ojHMiinj in a few days at
Blackburn & CoV.
Carpets. carjH'ts coming in daily at
G. O. HuckstaexttV.
Wan t oil. girl f r housework at
SOS Twentieth Mreet.
For channel ice address John sie
jrrist. 42 Third street.
Carjwts. wholesale and retail at
Clemann & SalxmnnV.
Get your carctti at (1. O. Hnek
staedt's and save money.
Chalk Talk" at the Visi t M. E.
church next Monday night.
Buy yonr ties now. only 2e for
your choice at the Columbia.
5 0 ties to he sold out for one week
njy at 25c at the Columbia.
Call and tee tlic automatic exten
sion table at G. (). Iluckstacdt's.
Are you looking for carpets? If
so, call on Clemann & Salzniann.
Have you seen the line of ide
loards at Clemann and Salzniann.
Another line of bedroom suits just
unpacked at Clemann X- SalzmaunV
Everybody that goes in Clemann
& Salzr.i:i:i!i's earpet rooms ..ays. Oh,
Call and s.- She new line if fide
board s just received at G. O. Huck
staedt's. The weekly entertainment of the
A. 1. Huesing ha a few choice
corner lots f r s:tlL in Huber & lVctstV
Buy your bedroom .-nits of G. O.
Huckstaedt. he ha just received a
John Chstinon wa- lined o and
costs by Magistrate Wivill today for
Special tie sale ail next week at
the Columbia. Any tie in the east
window for 25V.
The Mendelssohn Quintette club is
the oldest organization of its kind in
the United States.
The Tri-Citj Travelers meet in
their rooms in Mitchell & Lynde's
block this evening.
Clemann & Salzniann can sell you
furniture and carpets for less than
others can buy for.
Opening of a fine line of imported
millinery goods at Blackburn & Co.,
1709 Second avenue.
The programme- by the Mendels
sohn quintette will include a number
of popular selections.
An entertainment and concert will
be given at Turner hall Sunday night
in the German language.
An elegant line of book cases and
ladies' writing desks just unpacked
at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Clemann & Salzniann are showing
the most novel line of parlor furni
ture that has ever been shown in the
Reserved scat for the concert by
the Mendelssohn quintette are own
on sale at the Harper house phar
macy. While the police force was out
hustling for McConochie last night
the busy burglar was getting in his
We are ehawing a much larger line
nt parlor furniture than ever before.
Call and see it at Clemann & Salz-mann'n-
A. H. Grimm ha sold his property
at 807 Second avenue to Frank Titus
for $t!,SVy; throng Reidy Bros.'
Clemann & Salzmann arc showing
a much larger line of carpets than
ever before., It"vill pay yon to call
and see it.
Watch this paper for the announce
ment of Blackburn & Co's. spring
opening 1701 Second avenue Miss
Byrnes' old stand.
Wc are uhowing ten times as many
carpets a ny other merchant in the
city and prioo guaranteed the low
est. Clemann & Salzmann.
Clemann & Salzmann today sold a
large bill of furniture and carpets to
a prominent citizen of Davenport
who has jnst returned from Chicago.
George V. D. Harris today com
pleted thebaic of N. Wadrons resi
dence property on Seventh ave
nue to Maurice Welch for $1,525.
Louis Wecklc has sold lots 3 and 4
in Edgcwood park, one to William
Gamble and one to Mrs. lieangh, for
$8J0 each through Reidy ""Bros.'
Thomas Uyan. the director of the
Mendelssohn quintette, has kept this
organization to the front for 4:5 years
as one of the leading musical organi
zations of America.
Venerable Consul E. F. Hellpen
stell, of Camp 819. M. W. A., yester
day paid to the family of the late S.
A. Marschall the f2.V"H) policy held
by the deceased in the Modern Wood
The Young People's society of the
United Presbyterian church propose
having an Easter sale Saturday, April
!, when they will have on sale linens,
aprons, etc.. also cakes and pies for
your Easter dinner. Please remcm
James Hardin believes in tutblic
improvements. He has ordered from
South Bend. Ind.. a platform spring
wagou for street sprinkling, of she
most nvdern design with capacity of
60) gallons. It will be delivered in
a few days.
T. S. Si vis ha- returned from
Washington, where ho visited the
president in company with Hon. Ben.
T. Cable with reference to his a
intment as U. S. marshal for the
northern district of Illinois. He con
siders his chances equal to the best.
Young men are cordially invited to
the Y. M. C. A. at 8:30 p. m. tomor
row, when the second in the series of
talks on young men" will be given
by Kev. O." B. Waite. of Davenport.
The subject will be "Young Men and
the Church." Prof. Gustaf Starck
will si tig.
While no papers have yet been is
sued new developmenos are promised
in the Black Hawk sensation alluded
to in Thursday's issue. It is now
rumored that the old man spoken of
lias been wrongfully keeping his wife
in an insane asylum, and that will be
cause for action.
The distressing intelligence was
received in the city on Thursday of
the serious illness of Mrs. Edward
Burrill. Jr.. at her home in Marion.
Ind. In response to the message her
two. sisters. Mrs. Frank Blcklinger
and Mrs. Joseph Grotegut. accompa
nied by Edward Burrill, Sr.. left yes
terday for Marion.
Negotiations were completed today
by which M. Arnold J ransierred his
Second avenue grocery to W. J. Hess
and G. F. He: . who u ill conduct it
after April 1. Both the new propri
etors have had experience in the gro
cery business, having been employed
in the store-, the former under Mr.
May and the latter under Mr. Arnold.
Thcv are sons of William Hess, of
Rural. They will conduct the store
in accordance with the well known
square-dealing, enterprising methods
of the house.
The republican township caucus
of South Rock Island was held in the
Town hall there last evening. Thomas
Campbell being chosen chairman and
H. H. Kobb secretary. Henry S.
Case was nominated for supervisor.
John Breen. town clerk: Jacob
Brockman. assessor; John Burton,
collector: W. H. Sanderson commis
sioner of highways: H. S. Case and
John Young, justices of the peace
and David Cramer and William Share
constables. William Schroeder.John
Breen and John Campbell were chos
en as township committeemen.
St. ratrirka nay Celebration.
The ball given by St. Patrick's Be
nevolent society at Armory hall last
evening was one of the nist success
ful in the history of the organiza
tion. The ball was preceded by a
short programme in the A. O. U. W.
up stairs, which was opened with a
short address by Rev. Father Mackin.
which was followed by the singing of
The Star Spangled Banner, " by a
chorus of 12 voices. William Mc
Eniry then delivered a brief address,
after which Miss Mamie Richards
sang The Harp That Once Thro'
Tara's Halls'' with charming effect
ami responded to a hearty encore
with "I Can't Believe Her Faithless."'
This closed the programme, and after
some selections by the orchestra the
large assemblage adjourned to Arm
ory hall, where a large crowd of
dancers were in waiting, and the
dance was begun. It was one of the
largest crowds that ever gathered in
the hall, about 250 couple being pres
ent. Bleucr's orchestra furnished the
music, and supper which was in
charge of the Santa Maria society, was
served at 11:30 o'clock. It was a fine
spread and the affair ton the whole
was very successful, lxith in a finan
cial and social way.
Mr. F. A. Sullivan, of Chicago, 111.,
writes that he has used Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup for bronchitis and
found it to be as represented, "a
great remedy and a gtd friend."'
Bit a K nd of lea -
In addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice. the Rock Island
Ice company has arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu-
f factured in Davenport from artesian
' water and after Apri 1 the Rock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Rock Island. There will be verv
j little difference in price, the artificial
article a trine nigner. jcicpnonc
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels eac h day-. Most people, need
to use it.
S2 ' -
John Qnickly Extemporized F.ve Tow aa-
Tins ts a incuuiii'es inl.ace. h:t it contains
n't the Vtte: o oor alphabet Ftve of three let
tt r t-Il mr," and larye cambers of women
bi-Hi've in the irtne of r.-. Fltrce'e Favorite
Prescription a Mrictly vegetable c mpound, for
her n?e only, atd an tnfail;Er cure for The many
ill that beret ber. ll reenperatea wasted
strength, restores tbe'fncctions to a normal con
dition, aiid fits her to bear and rer healthy off
spring; promotes cigestion, pariBes the b'ood,
and gives activity to the bowels and kidneys. In
war'l it U woman's cn'c and sfcgnar1. Guar
anteed t. eive satisfaction, or rs price ($1) re
Burtis Opera House,
MATINRE XD NIGHT;
SUNDAY. MARCH 19TH.
The AL. G-. FIELD
40-Peerless Celebiiiies 40
of the hi hc-st prace.
(rai d poc:acnlsr Vim Part
FRANK l:- McXISH,
(The Original) hi'ence and Fon.
The LauffhHb'e Burlesque,
The DarKtown Haces,
t r. Act r'ca iliscnvrrinj Cu'nmha!, and
many othcy imvel ft atnrc-s.
Grand Concert nt i! und 1 I'. M.
Price ft, T3, M an.i uc. Ladies bcs-ti scats
30c to matiuec.
urtis Opera House,
THURSDAY! ARCH 23-
F:rt appcaranea in this ci!T of
VIGTO s ! RABAT
In the intensely intert;nc Pomantic Drama,
Recently from its great mn at Proctor's
New Y.rK Thsatre.
All the Beautiful Scenery
Prepared for the New York prodnction will be
Feat rale at Flnke's Tntsday mtrning, March
-ist. ieiepnnne no. ju
Prices $1. 00. 7 50 and 2S -cnts.
J E. Montrose. Manager '
Tuesday, March 21st
Benefit of the Ladies Auxil
iary of the Y. M. C. A.
Ticket' 50c. On sale at Marshall & Fishct's
ar.dY.Jd. C. A.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
has exclusive sale of
the prcatest vesetahle compound which J recog
nized by all laaies ho hare tested its merits .as
the most practical, scientific acd reliable remedy
of the age. To those who wish
remedysamewiUbcfnrnishedatSl.ro per box.
Call at offce, room lb.Ditme Block, corner
Third and Brady. Davenport.
Made from any old photo, executed in the most
artistic workmanship t
Mailable Pfcotographic Fstablisbment OTer Me
Cabe'a tat isf action cnaracteed.
LOOK FOR THE
1804 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Mont
gomery's Hardware store Largest and finest Shoe
Store in this vicinitv.
Wait for the opening of the M. & K.
NEW CLOTHING STOKE,
This ivpreRents tb
ON THE MARKET.
it has mere rubbing suiface
than at y oth-r. v orks very easy
and with it th- wa hing of a
large family can mrned out
biirtt sin'- clean ia two hours.
Call ard r-xaniire tYm Queen of
wasv ere. Sold onl by
The Veidictof Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large number of letters in possesion of
the manufacturers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano wc mention the following well
known mnsicSacs who have used and recommend
Sig. Tomagno, Sig. Sarasate,
Max Alrary. 0lde Masln,
S g Del Putnte. Behrecs,
Pig. Arditi, P. S. Gilmore,
Emil Fischer, A. D. Xovellis.
Sig. Peroti. Emil Lieblina;,
Sic. Revelli. C'hae. Konkel.
Jnme. r abn.
tjiementine ac v t re, y . c. a. seeooecK
And many other prominent mss'.cians of Ear.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorstd by the collective
renins and authorities of the world mar be found
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
ana Portable pipe organs as well as well as the
celebra ed Hallet A Davis and Emerson pianos
and many o'her cheaper makes, at the warerooms
D. ROY BOM'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the bnest branda of domestic
and imported clears. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenne.
r$' S3 a
Large a eoitment of Ladies
Calico Wrappers just in
well made and styles good.
show this week a hand
some assortment i La.ii s'
Capes; sptciil values at
Note the Low Prices:
1 cent a yanl ami up.
From 60 to
rurs AND SAUCKKS
40o to 45c ir set.
6 pieces, $1.9.
10 pieces, 2.7.").
12 pieces, 4.75.
KOCKIXGHAM TEA TOTS
25c to 40c.
CLOSING O UT
AH Dress Good? at cost.
5c a box up.
172S Second Av.
Mmiro, De-It ue
Wholesale . and
Sour Mash Whisky
Just wh-it you want i,. j,c.
Hte; very fair jarke for
One case Lawn Tennis; ser
Case Chrck Gingham?
Better han .is usually ft.i-.
fcr that moiifv.
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
226 Market Square.
ADLER, Market Square.
The only Pure Cream cf Tartar Prd-r --"St Ammonia: Ko Aram.
Used it ; ;f!:ca II - liie :' ..r. " j- iatA
AT THEIR OLD SMND,
' i !! 1 1 miam i mil "--J w