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IIJS .AUG US. TlIL'IiSDAX, MAIiCli 23, ISSJ3.
CI TV OH AT.
C.6k wa-iuvl at lt. Fourth avc
lVttue :.t li.ielie"r hall Sutunlav
See the jei-ial sale f pianos at
Blue an lavenlor one-half hoe at
Spring poo. Is coining in daily at
Ten dollar spring overcoat salt"
One hundred piano boxes 5' cents
each at Bow! by
I hev re iH'ntie. those!" siuinjr
overcoats at the London.
tJreat cloak sale at Mdntire Bros
Saturday, this week. wait.
Special sale on clocks Krilav and
Saturday at Will K. Johnson's
Eight dav clock sale Fridav and
Saturday at Will 1L Johnson's.
Black half hose worth 25 cents
for tw-j for 'Jo cents. The London.
Xct Tuesdav will le the last dav
of registration. Make a note of it.JJ
The sprinir open 1112: will le con
tinued tomorrow at Blackburn & Co
Eight dav clocks Fridav and Satur
day $J.i?rt each at Will U. Johnson's.
Organs from 3o to 7o at the re
moval sale. Kav pavments. IJ.iwl
l.yS. E. O. Mock, .-on of Judge Mk of
Cambridge, i- visiting friend in t!ie
ticiU s blur a nd lavender handker
chiefs, the- hit(-i. f..r 2 coins. The
rian from -io to s.Vi at the re
moval sale. Wr eav pavments.
lV;ft I .igct Mcliuirc Bn-. grand
cxliiuitfon of stvlih spring wrap
Saturday, this week.
We ''leak the price earlv i :i ihc
se:is.:i. y.u get the clsoice overcoat
ti-r !.'.." The London.
Le;s e voii r order :
Clomann 1 Saizmaini".- o thev can
make them up before the ruh.
Now is the time to select vour
carpets, while the assortment is com
plete at Clemann & Salzmann.
Leave your order for carpets at
CIcmann Jt Salzmann's so they can
make them up before the rn.-h.
Leave your order for carpets ,tt
Clemann & Salzmann's so they can
make them up before the ruh.
The little son of Joseph (lutzweiler
ho has been quite ill for several
lays, is reported to le improving.
The spring ojn-ning at Blackburn
fc Co.'- today lias been a grand suc
cess and will be continued tomor
row. An elegant line of springovercoats
worth $13 50 to $1S for only $10.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday only.
Reduced prices on the Hallet fc
Davis. Emer.-on and New Scale Kim
ball pianos for two weeks only be
for we more. Bowlby's.
If Miller's blue coats aren't more
wide awake, there is danger of the
tramp's reaping a harvest of bright
riss buttons some of these nights.
Oar line of fine black caes in silk,
broadcloth, and velvet arrived today.
See them Friday and Saturday at J.
J. Dunham's Brady street. Daven
port. See our line of sprtng jackets and
capes. They are just what you have
been looking for; something a little
different than the ordinary. J. J
Knmot have been atloat during
the day la-oking to the closing of a
Rock. Itrland business house. the
paper?!-hve been issued and will
probably be s?rvect teiore nigbt
A man who will practice deception
with his friends for his own elevation
will deceiye the public and all with
whom he conies in contact. Of such
manner of man is McConochie.
If the numerous victims of Mc
Conochie's duplicity should hold an
indignation" meeting, no'hing
short of Harper's theatre would fur
nish seating capacity for the throng.
Conductor Kogers. of the C. B. &
O... brought up to his friend. Jack
Martin, this morning, two pair of a
fine looking mallard ducks as one
would care to see. Thev were shot
Jacob Bettich came down yester
day from Madison. Wis., on a few
days" visit with friends. Mrs. Uet
tich has been here for a couple of
weeks. The- will return to Madison
again the latter part of the week.
Owing to the rainv weather the
past few dajs we will continue to
fhow the same line of pattern hats
during the balance of the week, and
will endeavor to have some new
things for Saturday. J. J. Dunham
The West End Improvement assv
ciation held an important meeting
last evening, tin- improvement of
Garnsey square being the special
subject under conHlcration. torn
mittees were appointed to solicit
more ornaments and also to arrange
for the vsm's and drinking fountain
Fourteenth avenue is in a deplora
ble condition. The street car track
east of Elm street is in such shape
that cars have stopped running over
it. and many complaints arc being
heard in consequence. The track
ought to be put in shape for use at
the earliest possible moment. as much
inconvenience and annoyance is suf
fered as it is now.
A very pleasant surprise was given
Frank Attwater at his home. 1117
Third avenue, last e ening. it being
the occasion of the liTth wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Attwater.
About a dozen couples were present,"
a happy feature of the evening hemg
the presentation of a handsome rock
ing chair to Mr. Attwater by his
friends. A delicious supper was
served and the evening pleasantly
spent by all.
It has been suggested that the po
lice in their canvass for McConochie
scatter a little more than thev have
been in the habit of doing. The oth
er evening a call for the police came
from the east end of town, ami after
waiting an hour, six blue ecats ap
peared simultaneously on the spot.
In view of the fact, however, that the
time had paed for the need of the
city's guardian. thev were permitted
to return to their election duties.
Robert Mantel!, the gifted ami
handsome aeti.r. is to appear at the
lurtisat Davenport this evening in
lis grem drama The Face in the
Moonlight." The plav. which is by
Charh - Osborne, is of the romantic.
lii-toric order, and has to do with
the events in France from the time
when Xapoleon escaped from Elba to
that in which he nut ruin at Water
loo. The pivot of the plot turns on
the extraordinary re-emidanee be
tween the gallant v.iung otlicer. Vic
tor Ambrose, and the murderer.
Jacques Ferrand. The newly wedded
wife of the former. Lucille M'.uii-T. is
.ossf s-cd ith a fee ling of horror for
he husband that she once loved, as
on account of the resemblance the
odium of the murder committed bv
Ferrand falls on him. The subse
quent confession and suicide of the
real murderer unravtis toe diilieulty
and gives a felicitous ending. Mr.
Mantell impersonates both character-,
and his wide range of dram
atic capacity is seen in the rapid
transitions lciwecn two parts that
tana at opposite poles of human
The coming engagement of the
alcnted and emotional actress.
Maude Granger, in Rock Island, will
be one of those events in the theatri
cal season which are anxiously looked
for and remembered with pleasure.
Although Miss Granger is a queen
among the ladies of the stage whose
talent lie in th emotional or society
lrama. she is this season far in the
ead. and making a name for herself
which will never be forgotten. This
in part due to the remarkable
play. "The Fringe of Society." which
was specially adapted for her by
Kiiwaru Ciancv from the lamous ue
Demi Monde" of Dumas. As the
beautiful, scheming and blase woman
of the world. Miss Granger, portrays
a living, breathing characterization.
thoroughly realistic ami charming to
her auditors. The company engaged
to support Miss Granger this year, is
the best that money can lure,
Harry L. Fugh. her astute manager,
having made a lavish outlay to equip
the production in the best possible
The Hanlons present their famous
extravaganza. Seperba"1 at the Bur-
tic at DavenjMirt tomorrow anil Sat
A few weeks ago a young laboring
man working in Moiine was over
taken by a spell of mental derange
ment, but upon being brought home
he recovered. Subsequently he ob
tained employment at Koek Island
Arsenal, but yestereay, realizing that
another spell was coming on, lie re
mained home. In the afternoon he
was seized with an unusually bad
spell and attempted the lives of sev
eral people. He was finally secured,
however, ana taken away, the case
is a particularly sad one, owing to
the fact that his wife is now at Jack
sonville suffering from a similar dis
ease. The Weather Forecaxl.
The weather indications for the
next 2o hours from 8 a. m. are: Rain
or snow and colder: winds southerly,
F. J. Walz, Observer.
Tested and approved J. M. Lit
tig. Esq.. Pres. Marine Nat. Bank,
Baltimore. Mil., savs: ! have test
ed Salvation Oil and liud it an excel
lent remedy for neuralgia. Keep it
in your iamuy.
The Creoles on the Island of Cuba us ft
decoction of rosemary leaves, which ihty
pretend softens and clejuises the hair.
Ammonia: TCo Alum.
Want ft eo jlc
Wn'. a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent room?
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchange anything
Want te sell housho?d goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Wart to sell or trade fer anythlnsr
Want to find c8"omc rs for aii thing
I Sa. TUFeE COLUMN P.
iMK DAILY AKGl DSLIVEKKD AT YOUR
door cv rr ofninc tor lSc per week.
TANTFL IMMEDIATELY. A GIRL TO
learn dres33Mnff. at 60 t (fhtef nt h street
WANTED IN ARGl ? COMPOSING ROOM
t an aiprtttice with tome cxicrkuce at
WANTKD A GIRL FOR GENERAL IIOU8E
work. GooJwac. Apply at MS Twentieth
; ANTED A FI 1ST CLASS COOK. APrLY
T at rofidciice of J. 11 . Wilsor, ito Fifth
FOK RKNT THREE NICK KLnNISHED
roons : can f urbish board it desired. Aip!y C.
4. thi9 oilice.
LA DIES WHO Wil l. DO WRITING FOR MB
at th ir homes will mfkojrcodwicft. He-1-lv
with self-addressed, sran-ped envelope. Mis
Mildreil Miller, South Bet d. lnd.
.A. 1 r vi s e lit e it t s?.
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
Tuesday Evt1., March 28 :h.
The Society Event of the Season.
The ropu'ar Eia Mioi.ai Ac'rsf,
Ai-si-rcd by f.'r. Frederic Herzogar.da
pcrtoct corns a-.. pre-n:iu the Gicat
ew York Miftxssi,
Tiie FriDge of Society
A Sumptuous Production.
Elegantly Costumed and Staged.
Svats on sa March Ci!h. Prices SI 00, 75. 50
and "J." cent.
Burtis Opera House,
FRIDAY and IJirnh 01 Qnrl OK
SATURDAY, l "Hll Ull UIIU CO
Prices Sl. 75. SO and Sic. Seats at Fluke's
Wednesday mominc, March 23. Telephone so.
Burtis Opera House,
First appcaracc: in this city of
VICTOR Kotl RABAT
In the intensely inter?st:ns Romantic Drama,
Recently from its great run at Proctor's
New Yirfc Theatre.
All the Beautiful Scenery
Prepared for the New York production will be
Feat sale at Flake's Tuesday m truing, March
21st. Telephone No. SO.
Prices S 1.00. 7 50 and 25 cents.
This represents the
Best Washing HadiiBe
ON THE MARKET.
it hns ni'.re nibbing surface
t!;a?! ii y utit r vtu ks very easy
and with it thn wa hin"; of a
larr fai:i!y cat b turned out
biipht .-T ti i'!enifi two honr8.
Call an! examine tbe Queen of
washers. Sold only by
GREA11 B ': KG A IK 3.
As I am crnwdi'd and v'r-to-kod
vith M'otjinl hand pianos and organs,
I am dott-rniint'd to clost- tlicni out
this month, if low prices will do it.
The.sf instninionts ar all in jood r
ilorand will be taken back as part jay
on new instruments at any time you
wish to exchange.
1 Worchestcr square piaio."". a rc
1 PcnnsviTania tqurre piano B 0
1 Firth iVni A (a !tt 00
1 tt ck square piano 3 iO
1 wa'nnt case nnriuht t ianoT, cctsTcs.... 2"0 rtl
i - --'so oo
t rosewood upriplit " " i!5 00
1 walnut oae ciriirht piano S15 00
1 Wcs crn Cottage organ. Walnut cise 11
stops 40 00
1 Carpenter orcan, walnut ease, f tops ... 45 00
1 . " stop.... .VI 00
1 Chic; po orcan Ml 00
1 Mason A liamlin organ ........ v IW
The above named instruments can
be purchasetl on easy payments. I
also hare a lar;e stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Hallet & Davis.
Emerson and other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball orpan. You can
save money by purchasing here as
you are buying direct from the man
ufacturer. Come and see mo and prt
D. R. HOWLBY, Manager,
V. W. Kimball's- Branch Hoise.
Rock Island, 111
This vvt-ek we ofF-r an utiusa'iy
large and attrac'iv line of
Styles ch ice,
Lol 1 India Silks, fair assorm't.
Lot 2 India Silks, very pood.
f 0 C-nt3.
Lot 3 India Silks.
Lot 1 India Silks.
J ot f Vhtmy I3ro3 ' India
Silks in elrgant shades and 'de-sign--;
in fact the choicest as
sortment we Lave rer shown.
SATURDAY. M.l'( i
A reprcser itiv 0f or. (,
largest and best c.cak to-,
in .-he U. s will y,e 7
for the special purpos-o;.-playing
ti ir einii. i;,,
Sprirg Cloaks, a cr.aV.
poi tunity to niak- ;a
selection In Cj,J.
if y n w!; ro "l .ti v- - j r"--stoc
is A No. 1.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Stre and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the ftneft brands of domrrtic
and i ported clears. AH brand of tobacco.
Tbe acorc of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLO CKHOFF, Prop.,
18C8 Second Arenne.
Gent's FINE Neckwear.
Just received 00 fine Satin and Silk Neck
ties that will be placed on sale at 2 cents
for this week onlv. Positively the greatest
value ever offered for the money. Come
early and carry them away at 2 cents each:
S3 per dozen.
1728 Second .iv.
F J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
Mimro, De-Ene & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bate
226 Aarket Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLER, Market Sonar
LOOK FOR THE
- New Shoe Store
180 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. 5
NEW CLOTHING STORE,
AT THEIR OLD STAND.
The otxlv Ture Cream r.f Tgrsr Prwvlr
Used .? ..a- y ; -.