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THE AUGUS, MONDAY APiilL, IP, 181)3.
LacooiiVtains at the Columbia.
Babv carriages at the Columbia.
Silks this week at Mclntire Bros'.
St. Louis book beer at L. Harms''.
Lartie". underwear at the Colum
Garden implements at the Colum
Dress ocm1 anil silk week at M
The new elei-trtc sprinklers are ex
peetel this week. .
The "i'on Bot" eijrar is the best 5e
Cigar in tjie market.
Theeitycouucil meets in adjourned
session this evening.
Mclntire Bros', make some social
lv low jriees on silks.
And tstill the M. & K. are selling
f 1.50 kid shoes for 88c.
J. Ross Mickev,' of Macomb, was in
the city Saturday night.
The finest 5c cigar is the "You Bet
Ask your dealer for them.
Great sale of staple domestics for
four days at McCabe Bros.
F. L. Mitchell returned Saturday
CVening from Indianapolis.
If vou wish to have a srood littinjr
suit go to lMxon the tailor.
Place vour order with Dixon the
tailor for a spriujr and summer suit
Double width sheet inr 12.1c- and
11 c for four days at McCabe Bros'
A spei-ial nieettng if the board ot
supervisors has been called for April
Simpson s best black prints in
short linrtlis 5c a van! .at McCabe
s Branch W. C. U. ball
hall Fridav even in j
show the largest
and hamVonjest assortment of
Reserve your seats at Armory hall
tomorrow ntrht for the 1 owers en
Fresh black bass and bull frogs
legs at II. Sniythe's. 1X19 Second avenue-
HaTe you visited the M. & K. shoe
store? All the new styles, novelties,
etc.. can there be found.
Best opaque window shades 10c
rith either lace or chenille curtains
this week at McCabe Bros.
Collins Bros, are busy with the
rrection of R. A. Donaldson's new
house on Seventeenth street.
Check apron ginghams oc; best
ameskeag check ginghams 6Jc. for a
lour days" sale at McCabe Bsos
Two dummies Tii front of Simon &
Mosenf elder's store were relieved of
tlothing valued at $ 25 Saturday even
ing. Call on K. B. McKown for dry
kindling, hard wood and soft coal.
Corner Fifteenth' street and First
avenue. r -. .
Dixon has' a nice assortment of
spring and summer goods. Place
your order with him and insure a
Mr. and Mrs. George Savadge have
moved into their Seventeenth street
residence, after havinjr improved it
Farmer" Burns and Billy Gibson
went up to Chicago on Saturday to
see Tom Ryan in his go against
', George Dawson.
Miss Arrne McConnell. of Chicago,
will arrive in this city tonight on a
visit to her sister. Mrs. II. X. Wood,
on Fourth street,
Herbert Stanley Kenton lectures at
the Burtis opera house at Davenport
tonight u "The Sandwich Islands."
The lecture is illustrated.
James J. LaVelle of the Atu:rs re
portorial .-taff, left Saturday evening
for Louisville to visit relatives and
enjov a well earned vacation.
With the outgoing and incoming
fi a municipal administration, there
are a number of persons who don't
fully realize where they are at."
The wedding of Max Kautz and
Miss Tillie Ilerkert takes place at
Turner hall, Thursday evening, April
27. It will be an elaborate affair.
Miss Koc Hengstler came down
irom Chicago to attend the wedding
tf her sister. Miss Alice, to John C.
Kinney, returning to Chicago at
Fruit trees, berry plants, grape
vines, roses, shade and ornamental
trees; evergreens suitable for lawn,
park or cemetery. Nurserv. Port
The little wild tlower, which is the
hrst sure harbinger of spring, has
made its appearance in the woods in
the outskirts. In another week wild
flower parties will be in order.
The regular recital of the Rock
Island and Moline Amateur musical
club which was to have occurred on
Tuesday April 11 has been postponed
until Thursday afternoon April 13.
Miss Hettie Chase, the clever little
soubrettc, has purchased the only
trained reindeer known to be in exis
tence. It is driven through the open
streets, and appears in her Alaskan
play of "Uncle's Darling.'"
In a few days the M. & K. will an
nounce the time of the opening of
tbeir new clothing store, the largest,
finest, best clothing house in the
three cities. Wait for the new store,
new goods, ami something special.
Daniel Sheehan of Edgington, died
Saturday, aged 72 years. He was a
well-to-do farmer, and leaves a wife,
three sons and two daughters. The
funeral will be held tomorrow, with
interment in St. Joseph's cemetery,
'Pie"' or "Trouble in the House
hold,'" which is sung by Miss Hettie
Bernard Chase in "Uncle's Darling"
with such phenomenal success, is get
ting as popular as "The little peach
that in an orchard grew." It is by
the same author.
Every bod 3- is cleaning house, and
they are papering their houses, ofliees,
stores, etc., and the place they are
buying their wall paper is at Sut
eliiTe's, of course. They have a good
reason for doing so, as he has the
largest and best selected stock in the
The annual election of directors of
the Rock Island Savings bank was
held at the bank parlors this morn
ins; and resulted in the election of.P.
L. Mitchell. F. C. Denkmann, John
Crubaugh. Phil Mitchell. II. P. Hull,
L. Simon. K. W. Hurt. J. M. Buford
and John Yolk.
A peculiar accident befell the por
ter on the Firefly bet ween Moline and
Rock Island Saturday afternoon. In
shuttinir a door of one of the coaches
the first linger of his right hand was
caught in the jam and almost com
pletely severed. Dr. Middleton
dressed the injury at Davenport.
The Davenport Democrat reporting
the works of art shown in the exhibit
f the Renaissance club, savs: "Miss
F.lla Blakolee. of Rock Island, has a
number of pretty things. They are
almost from life and nature. She has
done some , excellent work good
enough to justify the fond hopes of
Do not put vour spring cleaning off
too long. If you intend to paper or
paint now is the time to place vour
order with me for wall paper. If you
want your work ilone on short notice
before the great rush, as is custom
ary this time a year leave your order
with me and I will give it my per
sonal attention. Georjre SutclifTe,
1429 ami 1431 Second avenue.
A little boy and little girl, each
about 6 years old. met in the German
school in Moline a few days ago tor
the first time since they were play
mates in a kindergarten in Gerniaiiy
over two years a:ro. lhev recognizee
each other in spite of the time which
hal elapsett and the wonderful
change in their surroundings, and
their childish friendship broken off in
the old world was recommenced it.
The ladies of the Rock Island Turner
cietv gave a calico hall Saturday
evening which was attended by about
50 couples. A highly entertaining
musical programme was presented,
including vocal selections by Misses
Charlotte ami Pauline Waltmann,
who also with Miss Clara Schcbram
and Messrs. Renter and Fahrer also
furnished some delightful zither
music. The features of the ball were
all highly enjoyed.
The deal involving the purchase of
the Warner lot by Joseph Rosenfield
mil (. lemann .v Salzmann and the
erection ot a handsome business
block fell through this afternoon,
the Harper estate offering induce
ments to I lemann tv Salzniann in the
way of remodeling the theatre block.
uthoient to secure their continuance
in the building, and Mr. Rosentield
did not feel like going into it alone.
A fraternal order may build a block
on the corner in question, however.
Police Magistrate Ryan bound Eli
za Cleveland over to the grand jury
yesterday and sent her to jail in de
fault of bail on a charge ot vagrancy.
Eliza is one of Davenport s harpies
who robbed an unsophisticated farm
er the other day of in cash and a
heck for "?15. The farmer made
oniplaint and the woman was ar
ested on a charge of robbery. The
omplainant didn't show up to pros
cute, so the defendant was held for
vagrancy on general principles.
The preparations for "Ben Ilur" to
lie presented at the Burtis opera
house at Davenport three nights this
week for the benefit of the Davenport
academy of science, and commencing
Wednesday evening are still progres
. . . 1 - i ..
Sinn- uy tne opening ne.xi eunes
dav evening everything will be in
readiness and the completed produc
tion will be set forth for the three
ities to feast their eyes upon. J he
general nature of the entertainment,
a series of living pictures from the
Tale of The Christ, is already well
The "KortU western State bank, of Sibley,
la., has failed. Liabilities, WW -sets.
Another Diabolical Crime.
FAIRBCBY, III., April 10. At a German
settlement three miles southeast of here
A. Burkhart seized the 16-months-old child
of Mrs. Dnniel Wenger, his sister, and held
it on a red-hot stove. The child was burned
in a horrible manner and cannot recover.
;3The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Used in Millions ot Hemes 40 Hears the Standard."
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SA --'M'-V- enra for Ccntagioua
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2 SV.'irT SfZ&HS CO.,
55 .-.-..: C,.".;:i;la,Ca. v
'J E. Montrose. Manner.
Monday Evt, April 10.
1IETT1K HKKXAKD CHASE
ACd her merry company or t layer in
a riil iconic production of
A fort u oc invested in animals to add to the real
ism of the play The only Team of
Tr&incd Reindeer in existence.
Genuine Esquimaux Dogs.
Comical Acting Hears.
St. Hemard Mastive
and Dane Dogs,
and many other novelties.
feat on ialo at Harper Home rhannacy; Pii
ce $1.00, 75, 50 and 35 cents.
Burtis Opera House,
The Greatest Show of its kind in
-J. D. HOPK1KS'-
Boston Howard Athenaeum,-
Specialty Companies Combixep.
No advance in Prices
$1.00, 75, 50 aud 25 cents. Seat sale Saturday
April 8, at Flake's.
Burtis Opera House,
April 12, U, 14 and S,
Benefit of the
Davenport Academy of Sciences.
MATINEE SATt'KDA Y AFTERNOON.
: Ben Hur! :
CLARK & t OX'S Grand Spectacular, under the
aupicca and for the benefit of the Davcn
rort Academy of Natural
150 People in the Trodut tion.
Uorscous scenery, magnificent stafre effects,
beautiful coftuines, superb tableaux, the drill of
toe Naiads, Arabian dance. UinJo Scarf dance.
Arab maids, Roman soldiers, butterflies, black
bird!. Admission 50 and 75 cents, according to loca
tion . Reserred seat sale Monday, April 10. at 7 a,
m. at W. II. Fiuke's book store.
This represents the
Best WasbiDg Ilacbioe
ON THE MARKET.
Jthas more rubbing sutface
than aty oth-r. works very easy
and with it th- washing of a
large family can bs turned out
bright arifi cleanin two - hours.
Call aid examine tbe Queen of
washers. Sold only by
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
We believe we show the
Landeomest assortment of
India Silhs in the three
cities. BegimdDg with fig
xired ndias at
Fh-nred Indias at
FJgured Indias st
58c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
Brofe'. beautiful fabrice.
Monday e eh "
first time new WOoI '
goods ia tte n-w tin?
plain and novelties- U
we nave added larRel
onr uracil r j '
Excellent raisin Vai
fabrics inc'.uding J
Some are as l)aii.K,,m a. ,
Silks, lieginnin ;u -,.
The Columbia :
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Stere and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnet brands of domestic
and imported cicars. All brands of tobacco.
The acore of all the ball camcs wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second ATenne.
Hoes, stfel ... . . 10c
Rakes, 12 tooth, malleable iron, - - 20c
Rakes, 14 tooth, malleable iron, - - 25c
Rakes, 12 tooth, eteel. .... 33c
Rakes. 14 tooth, steel, - ... - 3Sc
Spading Forks, steel, - - - - Gic
Ladies' Garden Sets, - - -,. - 25 to Toe
Children's Garden Sets, - .,- 10 to 20c
Now is your time to buy.
172S Second Av.
F. J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Sour Mash Whisky
K0HN & ADLER, Market Square,
THE NEW STYLES IN
f ( i
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
ARE IN AT THE
And a more perfect line of Footwear has never been shown in Rock Island. Distinctive in style,
best in quality, and bound to please. Our prices are always guaranteed to be fjom 25c to $1.50 a
pair less than same quality can be had elsewhere. 1 he remaining stock moved lrom our old stand
we are giving a reduction of 2$ per cent. Visit the M. &. K. new shoe storej now open and in
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
Something: or Special Interest to Vou.