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THE AUG US, MONDAY, APi.IL. 17, 181Ki.
of Chicago, is i" the
nn , .mY CHAT.
John Ccubaujfh left for
C. C. Covne of Tort Bvron. was in
- -X Johnston of Reynolds, was in
; Ae fcit'y today.
buys arplutih rocker with striii
iwat at Huokstaedt's.
SuTK-rvisor J. A. Wilson, of Kural
Huin: the city tofta'y.
i! Ho not, fail to see; Cleniaini & Salz
-L. ions line of carpets
. r Tbtf Adams people are the peopl
buv your wall paper of
Ilrv E. II. Bowman of Andalusia
mas in the city this morning
- Jin elegant line of fauey parlor
tables at Clemann SSalzmann s.
The Adams for your paper the
"aH-jrest and best selected stock in the
Rusts! Rusts! The largest stock
ja the three citj,e at Clemann & Sulz
Kjwlies writing desks, a nice as
Mtrtmcnt iust in at Clemann & Salz
TTie Kock Island public schools re
acncd thft morning after the spring
vacation.- tA' ,
Wall naner and carpets cleaned by
-X 1). Means. 1213 Third avenue, tel
Attend the meeting at the Improve
.jorut association rooms at 8 o'clock
Lt A water spaniel . dog. 1
turn to-Jclesrraph (. o. s ollice ami re
Curtains of all kinds, shades, and
"patterns in endless variety at Clem
Ann & Salzmann's.
.Encourage home industry. Attend
tdve meeting . -at tin- Improvement
rsunu fuis cvcnin
William Anderson va lined $3 and
i:its in the lHwice court tins morn
ing for intoxication.
Fresh black bass and bull frog
rgs at II. Smytlie's. Second avc
bc. Telephone 1017.
Another shipment of baby carriages
just in at Huckstaetlt s. .sold on
msy terms of payment.
Anvtumg in the line of carpets
Arid furniture can alwavs be found at
Vic man n & Salzmann
WaM paor. the newest, cleanest
mini best selected stock ever shown
fx the city at SutclifTe
Those china cabinets iust received
.i Clemann & Salzmann's are some
iking uew. Call and see them.
'The.ftrm of Robert Bennett & Son,
rroeefs. dissolved today, the older
.Bennett continuing the business.
-Window shades all sizes, lace cur-
'jbirs. chenile curtains at Huck-
.Aiedt's. Easy terms of payment
An invalid's bill saved vitality rc-
wrd by nsinir Monroe's Touie. For
juJc-akthe Harper House pharmacy
.am completely worn out.
5!inro s lonie will strengthen you
try it." Harper House pharmacy
Fire damaged the malt house of
Jtc Ztdler & Bros", brewery at Dav
:CTTt lat niirht to the extent of
fJS'buvs :t parlor suite in mohair.
.ffosh, silk plush trimmed, spring
res. on the easy payment pian at
Pile cheeks, general fatigue no
pjX'tite, despondency or irritability
red i)V using aionroe s ionic. Mar
iiall & "Fisher sell it.
There is not another house west
;c Chicago that carries a larger line
si carpets of the linest grades than at
dcir'ann : Salzmann s.
There is carpet enough at Clemann
t Salzruann's to furnish every house
:"k the city, and a display that would
ajely satisfy everybody.
Everybody is delighted to know
imt the M. & K. are to reopen their
M-w clothing store with an entirely
Trf-w stock next Saturday. Wait for
As complete a stock of wall paper
s-Ttgilant. active buying and selling
tn make, at the Adams Wall Paper
to.V 31 0. 3-2 and 314 Twentieth
Tli. Central Illinois District Turn-i-st
held an ' interesting meeting in
Moline yesterday to arrange for the
ts turnfest at .Milwaukee the coni-
Now is the time to see about hav
yog your house redecorated. Ke
-awiuwr oiiieiine s stock ot spring
wan paper enioraces tht; largest line
dincw patterns in this section.
Bicycles! Bicycles for all. big and
aall at Charles Mt-IItigh's ticket of
fice. It is to your best interest to
3cy a wheel of him, his prices are
w for the best bicycle in America.
31cy had the most exciting school
3tctim they have ever had in South
Sock Island township. Saturday. Jn
Mtr'So. 1 district Ed. Jens was'eiect--d
liy only two votes, his total bein
ii. while'W. S. Flack had SO; tvith 5
scattering. In the South Heights dis
trict George Hichmond was re
elected.. Without ceremony will the M. & K.
open their newly remodeled clothing
store next Saturday. 15 men's suits
for $10; 5 knee pants suits for $2.50
will be the attraction. Watt for it.
Mrs. James T. Hayes of Davenport,
well known in this city, died this
morning, aged 36 years. She leaves
with her husband six children. The
funeral occurs Wednesday morning.
At the Moline school election Sat
urday. H. W. CooiHT.was elected
president of the board df .education
and C. F. Hemenway, 1 Heimbeck
and Mrs. Frank Allen members of
The regular weekly entertainment
tomorrow night at " the Manhattan
club will consist of a wrestling match
between two comers and a number of
exhibitions of the nianlv art between
The meeting at the rooms of the
Improvement association this even
ing is not a meeting of the association
exclusively. It is for all public
spirited citizens interested in Kock
Island s growth.
The remains of the : late Peter
Kieck were interred in Chippiaum
cemetery this morning by Undertak
er Knox, the fact that the deceased
had suicided preventing his burial in
the Lutheran cemetery.
The Adams Wall Paper Co. are do
ing the business nowadays in the
wall paper trade. Their obliging
clerks are as busy as bees waiting on
the many customers who throng
their large and beautiful store daily
L. Weckel has disposed of his gro
eery store on third avenue to v ill
I assig, who has been in his employ
several years, and will hereafter de
vote himself to the wholesale fruit
and commission business exclusively
Why go out of the city for your bi
cycles when Charles McIIugh will
ell you the best bicycle in America
:is cheap as any other dealer in the
three cities, and as cheap as you can
buy one at the factory? Call and see
Without exception the M. & K.
will have decidedly the largest, finest
and best equipped clothing as well
as shoe store in the three cities.
Wait for the ojH'iiing, which takes
place next Saturday as well as $ 15
suits for $10.
Coloring and designs that bring a
breath of summer and sunshine.
chrysanthemums, wild roses, clover.
daisies, apple blossoms, maple leaves,
lield flowers, and all that. The Ad
ams Wall Paper Co.. 310, 312 and 314
(Justav Donald has resigned the
editorship of Der Demokrat of Dav
enport, to accept a position else
where. Mr. Donald has proven him
self an able and influential member
of the journalistic profession in the
tate ot Iowa.
Styles as bright and merry as you
please. More pretty patterns than
vou thought could ue had. More
novelties than you'd care to count
:ind vet they haven't too many at the
Adams Wall Paper Co's. 310, 312, 314,
Vernie Ilaggart, daughter of C.
Haggart, living on Fifth street, be
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues.
died Saturday night, aged 2J years.
I he funeral occurred from the late
home this afternoon. Key. T. W.
Spring, spring, lovely spring! The
little boys are spinning tops, the
girls are skipping the rope, the good
house wife is selecting her wall paier
at SutclifTe's. Oh, lovely spring has
come at last and come to stay at
least so hoie they all.
file following city ollicers-clect
have qualified before City Clerk
Koehler: C. F. Lvnde, city treasur-
r; J. L. Haas,, city attorney; Daniel
Corken, alderman Third ward; J. F.
Cramer, Sixth ward; W. C. Maucker,
Fourth ward; K. Kuschmann, Fifth
Brother Quayle is highly indignant
over the announcement mat he is
about to launch in a journalistic ven
ture in the town of Milan or to move
his paper there or in any way become
identified with a publication in the
ilvof the Hennepin. He scouts at
the idea and savs the report is with
out the least semblance of truth.
Two suits for divorce were filed in
the circuit court Saturday afternoon.
In one Adolph Oatezbern seeks sep
aration from his wife, whom he mar
ried in 1889, on the ground of deser
tion, and in the other Emmerence
DeMiink desires divorce from her
husband, to whom she was married
in 1889, on the ground of habitual
The Union is now engaged in fur
thering its characteristic policy of
opposing public improvements, it
is belittling Moline's endeavors to se-
ure a paul lire department. I he
morning paper fought Kock Island's
paid department as long as it could.
but it availed nothing, tor it came
just the same, and the people now
want more of the same. They want
The only Pare Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-tleed in Millions of Homee 10 iears the Standard.-
a chemical engine and a hose compa
ny at each end of the city. Then
they'll be fixed.
The Whithall Victoria brussels, a
carpet used and made by one of the
largest carpet . mills in the country
for the. United States government of
fices at Washington, and pronounced
the country over as the standard
grade is for sale only at Clemann &
Salzmann's. They are also sole
agents for Horner's Axminster
plush pile fabric, a line of goods on
which they are at the present time
having a splendid trade. -It will cost
you nothing to see the goods and al
so visit the largest carpet depart
ments found west of Chicago.
. Sutcliffe-carries a larger stock and
more different patterns and qualities
of wall paper than any other wall pa
per dealer in the city. His wall pa
pers are more desirable, because every
pattern and coloring is selected on
account of its especial fitness for the
room intended. Good wallpajer has
lasting beauty, artistic finish and
gives satisfactory result ami prices
for good wall paper arc no higher
than poor goods where quality is
considered. Call and see SutclifTe's
paper, get familiar with them, find
out new ideas about decoration, use
the time of the clerks as though it
were your own. Make selections and
have your work completed before the
And H'8 fight To-
The manager of the opera house in
a recent conversation gave vent to
his indignation, at what he terms
"the neck" of the fly-by-night theat
rical snap, which try to secure time
at-his house, and lie shooii his head
as he said "No more for me. I'm
tired; I'll know thej'ie right or they
don'i get in: this town is good enough
for the best only." He certainly has
a tine list of attractions booked, seme
above the average; he feels highly
elated at securing the great New
lork success, "She Couldn t Marry
Three," which will appear here for
one night during the next few weeks
This represents the
Best ffaslg Hacbiiie
ON THE MARKET.
Jt has more inbbing su face
than &vy oih r. works very easy
and with it th- wa-jiing of a
large famil' can turned out
bright aiiii clean i.i two hoard.
Call ard examine the Queen f
J E. Montrose, Manager.
First appearance in this city of
In the Victor (Dual Kole) Kabat,
in the intensely interesting
THE FACE the
Recently fiom itr great run tt Procter's
New York Theatre.
i3AH the Beautiful Scenery prepared for the
New York production will be nred here.
Seats on sale April ltttti. Prices 11 00. 75 50
(2 rand Opera House.
Monday Eve., April 17.
GR15W0LD COLLEGE MUSICAL SOCIETY,
A?eietcd by Miss roadie rtoss
8 Overture "'Lc Calif de Bagdad"'.
3 "Kif . and Let's Make Up" Ch. K. Harris
4 Mandolin Band March Di Harport
Mandolin and Guitar C lub.
i Arie "Komeo and Julia"' Gounod
hi ira Poddie Kors.
"McGee' Back Yard" Ccmic Quartette
6 Walts Beautiful Blue Danube" Strauss
7 "Souads From the Hear:"' Bit hi
Mardolin and Gnltar Club.
8 Bell Song "Laetrile" Miss Podd e Koss
9 Ga'otte -"Circus lieaz'' Fiicge
10 March 'Soldirr' Joy Neumann
Glee Club and Orchestra.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
M C fNTIRE BROST
We believe we show the
handsomest assortment of
India Silks in the three
cities. BegimtiDg with fig
ured ndias at
Figured In .lias at
FJgnred Indiaa at
58c. 79c 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
Bros', beautifnl fabrics.
a, wt, gDw ,
h.st time new wooleild.H
goods in tY, ..
plain and novelties-
We have added lark ,
OUr Wash rrrvJ. . 1 I
Excellent values in Var, I
Some are as han.ls ,. . ,
Silks. Ijf'ginnin'' a! -''..
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Stere and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nnest brands of domestic
and imDorr-'ci cigars. AH brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue. . .
The Columbia :
Hoes, st el - - - . jQe
Rakep, 12 tooth, malleable iron, - - 20c
Rakes, 14 tooth, malleable iron, - - 23c
Rakes, 12 tooth, steel. - ... 33c
Rakes. 14 tooth, steel, - - - 3fc
Spading Forks, steel, ....
Ladies' Garden Sets, - - - - 25 to 75c
Children's Garden 8ets, - - 10 to 20c
Now is your time to buy.
F. J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second ,lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic anfl Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow locatedjia his new building: at the corner of Fifthliveuue
and Twenty-third Jstreet.
J. Ma CHRIST?,
U1IQF1CTDBES CF COEBS 1H3 ::Z"t
Ask Yonr Grocer for Thtn.
Tae Ckristj "Otftik" tui tlr.ry "Wirii.
n s uuSi I
Will Open their handsome NEW CLOTHING STORE
It is the largest, finest and best equipped Clothing and Furnishing Goods Store in the three cities.
The SPECIAL INDUCEMENT promised to take the place of music, chromos, pumpkin pies, and
like nonsensical methods adopted by nonsensical dealers will be in 12 different styles of Men's
100 Children's Suits worth -
$5.00 at the rediculous price of $2.50
59 Dozen Alen's Balbnggan Underwear IS cent quality at 39 cents.
Is it not moie sensible to ive our patrons a benefit of $5,00 on a snit thau to toot it through a. brass horn and in
stead of charging $10.00 you wuld otheiwise have to pay $15 00 ?
ALTj NEW GOLDS ISo o-ld sheddy. theif worn or moth eaten stuff. Come and see th new store, the new styles,
tbe new goods, and special inducements offeied to thoroughly advertise the opening of the
At the Old Stand, but the New Store.
Big One Price Clothing House.