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THE AJtGUS, '-lmiDAY, APlilL, 21, 181).
dDH a. i. tomorrow M. & K.
31. & K. open tomorrow at 8:00
-The Face in the Moonlight" to-
Xot before 8:0J a. TO- tomorrow
at. & K-"
Florida oranjjcs and apples at
Chickens . at Hess Bros". Arnold
"Rice cranberries and cocoanut at
Jk Ttrll line of fresh vegetables at
3dcr & Son's.
A nic0 line of fresh vegetables at
35rowner & Co's.
Krerythingin the vegetable line
ai Browner & Co's.
Tomorrow is the opening of the M.
cfcK. new clothing store.
Oleomargerine Dairy roll 17J
ornts a pound at Long's.
A boom in the cloak department to
3fcorrow at McCabe Bros.
Corn by load 40c, by bushel 45c.
at Cool's'Eighteenth street.
3o water soaked goods at tho Lon-
Rt.u. new $15 suits for $S.i9.
Sprint fever cured bv using Mon-
" . ivr I'J.I
rt s Tonic. .Marsmaii riMiei.
"The Face in the Moonlight" will
Ttesceii tonight at Harper's theatre.
Wanted A good cook. Apply to
2Hr. W. A. Boss. Moline avenue.
No bluff, no water soaked suits at
J&e London. lo suits for ifS.iW. come.
Omnrrcs. bananas, crau berries and
a Tiiee line of apples at Souder &
Jit- sure to visit MeOabe Bros."
rfoak department on Saturday
Lettuce, radishes, onions, spinage
sud parsley at Hess Bros"- Arnold
Tt'Cery. .! . .
Muj. .1. M. B-ardsley went to
Sfardstown last cxening on legal
. B. llavlin. i Munice. In.!., is
: tho city o:i a few day.-' vi-it to his
Kobert Mantell i:i --The Face in
ihc Moonlight" at Harper's theatre
AVantetl Ctrl for .-eeond work.
Apply at Mrs. t'has. luford.
Strawberries, pine apple-, rubarb.
oranges and bananas at Hess Bros".
(itt into the band wagon for to
morrow's great sale in Mel'abe Bros.'
Spinaire. lettuse, green peas, pie
plant. radishes, onious and soup
baaches at Long's.
For tomorrow, a pair of beautiful
Mtcnt stilts, with everv bovs" suit at
jSimoii & Mosenfcldcr's.
For rent A saloon and dwelling
in good location. Apply at Fifth
street and Third avenue.
Lettuce. onions, radishes, new
'ifets. pinach. pie-plant and soup
innehes at Somler iv Son s.
K. Schwecke leaves tonight for
Colorado Springs, for a month's stay
rr the iH'netit of his health.
The gratifying news comes from
Hot Springs that Mrs. Frank Mixter's
.fcrulth is rapuliy improving.
Talk is cheap facts do the busi
3ICSS. (ioml $15 suits at 1 is what
-cn gj t at Simon & Mosenf elder's
Y.j or y ladies' cape up to $4. 25 all
31 Ine one price i.u eaeu ioi one
rfa-v tomorrow at Met aw lsros.
ZSo bluffs, but suits worth $15 for
.99 for Saturday all dav. Thirty
stvles to select from. The London
Bluff! Bluff! Bluff! Suits! Suits
Salts! Which do von want? Suits
TTWth $15 for The London
The Voting People's society of th(
."Krr-juhvay church will give a penny
SMiablc in the church parlors Mon
Hops Bros, have a full line of fresl
aresretables and fruit; if vou want i
asct-dinner Sunday, place your order
Pleasant to take, absolutely pure
-t a harmful ingredient in Monroe's
Tonic. Doctors presenile it try it
Marshall & Fisher.
2. S. Htll leaves tonight for Chica
go -where he will go on duty as one of
hc special detective corps during
Hie orld s t air. '
t&.rj'J for 15 suits and not a water
sciked suit in the London nothing
"5ot nice, new, stylish suits. Come
and cee in tomorrow.
You're not buying bluff, but suits
is the thing. $15 for $8.99. Come
Saturday. All colors, all styles, all
ahaji-s. The London.
A ladv from Orion while coniin" in
t Moline on a C, B. & Q. train to-
t8T was relieved of a $38.00 diamond
ring hy two strangers.
Prof. Henrv Schillinger, whx ha
returned from the west greatly im
proved in health, will make Book Isl
and his home hereafter. '
Bovs' combination suits, two pants
and hat to match, of splendid all
wool material, all for $5;- and a iine
pair of stilts, tomorrow at Simon &
No bluff, no water soaked suits at
the London, the grandest stock in
the throe cities, our $8.99 are better
than the bluffers $15 suits, see 'em
the London blue front.
Mrs. Georjre P. Frvsinger and
daughter. Miss Frvsinger, gave a de
lightful "at home" to their tri-city
friends at their Twentieth street res
idence yesterday afternoon:
Fifteen dollar suits for $8.99, thir
ty styles to select from, no water
soaked suits, more new clothing
than all the clothiers combined can
show the London's big stock.
It's fun for us to hear 'em howl.
They can't meet our price. We are
the only house who will sea you suits
at the price advertized. $15 suits
for $8.99. The London blue front.
Soeeial for Saturday only. To
boom their cloak department Me-
Cabe Bros, will offer every ladies'
cape in the department up to $4.25
at the one price $1.97 Saturday
only. Come earlv.
You are losing money if vou buy
a suit betore you see what we can
Hve you. llcmember tomorrow suits
worth $15 for $8.99. This season's
suits and not a water soaded suit in
the lot. The London, blue front.
The Kobert Mantell company was
snow bound all day at North Mc
Gregor, la. Arrangements have
been made with the C, M. &.St. P.,
whereby the company will arrive on
a special at 7 o'clock this evening.
The dance given at Armory hall
last evening by Messrs. Murray.
Beidv. Kane. Hohman. Kelly. Sexton.
Brehnev and (iradv was a success in
every particular. Blcuer's orchestra
furnished t lie music, ami tnc aiiair
was enjoyable throughout.
('has. Mot, lias sold his barber
shop on lower Third avenue to Julius
l eters who win liereauer couuuci u.
Mr. Mot, who has been a resident of
the citv omc three years will re
. , . i ......
move to t rooksioiie. .Minn., wncre.
he will hereafter make his home.
Miss Helen tJ. Tripp's juvenile class
will irivt' : reception to their friends
at the Standard club rooms tonight.
A programme will be given by the
children in their special dances. com
mencing at o'clock with a grand
march. After that the lloor will be
given over to the older people.
The funeral of the late Mrs. C. B.
Knox will be hold from the First M.
K. church at o'clock Sunday after
noon, licv. F. W. Merrell officiating,
assisted bv Key. Dr. McCord of Dav
enport. The pall bearers will be W.
J. Pratt. J. T. oft.-kcr. . I. 3ia
gill. W. L. Swecncv. (icorge Simmon,
James Hardin, J. F. Robinson and
Last night witnessed one of the
most (lisagreeaoie siornis mat im
parting winter has given. A blind
ing blizzartl-like snow ieu nearly an
through the night and accompanied
bv a hi-h wind it brought the tem
perature down to 31 above. Had it
not been tor I lie ciouuy condition a
heavy and damaging frost would no
doubt have resulted.
Sheriff Gordon and Deputy Sheriff
Silvis made a fruitless trip to Milan
the other night. They had received
telegraphic advices that George E.
Wilson an escaped convict from Joliet
penitentiary was coming in on the
evening train on the Peoria road. A
reward of $10O is offered for the
prisoner, but when the train came in
it was learned that the Henry county
officers had taken the prisoner off at
Whenever an article is sold below
value there is a reason for it. With
some merchants the bargains are on
ly in their imagination. With oth
ers thev want to get rid of some
shoddy, shelf-worn stuff. Simon &
Mosenfclder are at present advertis
$15 suits at $10, and they are new,
bright pretty suits. You want to
know why? A well known manufact
urer telegraphed Simon & Mosenf el
dsr two weeks ago to come. He need
ed money. Simon & Mosenfclder
went and bought, and now you can
buv suits that are well worth $15 for
Ed Cook, of Hampton, while walk-in"-
along the river shore on the Iowa
side a day or two ago, saw an old
wolf on the bank. lie went to the
place and discovered nine little
wolves. Ed lost no time in capturing
the little fellows and at once com
menced removing their scalps. After
doino- this he buried the remains ana
went to the county auditor at Daven
port to obtain the" bounty. Upon ar-
rivin"' there tnat oiuciai couiu uui
determine whether the scalps be
lonrred to wolves or soms otlAr sort
of animal, so Ed returned and dug up
the buried treasures and brought them
nil ilnwn nroof of his Claim. He
got the bounty.
you feel tho good that's done by Dr. Pierced
Golden Iifeovery. It purines the
blood. And vbrougta tlie blood, it cleanses,
repairs, and invigorates the whole system.
In recovering irom "La Grippe." or in
convalescence from pneumonia, fevers, or
other wastins diseases, nothing can equal it
as an npr'ti:nnp, restorative tonic to build tip
needed flesh and strength. It rouses every
orean into natural act ion, promotes all th
bodily functions, and restores health and
"For" every disease that comes from a torpid
liver or impure blood, 1 lyspppsm. Indigestion,
Biliousness, and the most itobborn Slon,
Scalp, or Scrofulous nftections, the Discoy
srr'' is the only remedy so certain that it
eaa be guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit oi
cure, in every case, you have your money
For a perfect and permanent cure for
Catarrh, take Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Its proprietors offer $500 reward for aa
incurable case of Catarrh. ,
The only Pure-Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
Xlflea in MilIioc8 ot Homes 40 tears the 8tandard.
J E.Montrose. Manager.
First appearance in this city of
In the Victor (Dual Hole) Habat,
in the intensely interesting
THF. FACE mv.
Kccently f 10m it grct run at Proctor's
Now York Theatre.
jaT-.V.l the licamiful Scenery prepared for the
New York production will be nfed here.
Seat on tale April l!Hh. Prices SI 00, 75 50
and i."ct ni.
THIRD ANNUAL TESTIMONIAL
To the Management cf the
-Burtis Opera Hoase,-
MONDAY EVE.. APRIL JlTH.
This represents the
Best WBshms Hacle
ON TI1K MARKET.
Jt has more nibbing etiiface
than at 3' tli-r. orfcs very easy
and with it th- washing of a
large family can ba turned otit
bright an" clean i-. two ...hoars.
Call ai d xamite the Queen of
washt-rs. bold only bv
The Distinguished Tragedians.
FREDERICK LOL IS
Wardo and James,
lu a Superb Pr.vlurtion of ShaVespcar"s
Mr. Wards as lago. Mi. James, as Othello.
37 rEOPLE 37
Prirea ti.sn. l.oo. 75 and SO certs. Seat eale
at Fluke's Thureaay, April 0tn. Telephone ho.
Jo tin Volte c& Co.,
Stan Doom Bitu.ls Siiin, Flooring.
" n : au;l o" oo.l wr for noildere
1 tHecmn hi. wi Tnira ao-l ronrin ver.
- -. i
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
is still furnishing their lady customers with
at f 1-50 p:r box.
fall and Investigate concerning the nieiits of
the new remedy which is gaining favor so rap'.dly.
Kemember the plare
Koom 15, Uittoe Block. Davenport, corner
Third and Brady.
M C ENTIRE
We believe we show the
harideomeEt assortment of
India Silks in tbe three
cities. Begini ing with fig
ured indias at
Figured Indian at
Figured Indias t
58c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
Bros', beautifnl fabrics.
Monday e 6hew for
ill ume new wooleu dr. ,
goods in the r.ew tints i
plain and novelties:
We have added !ariy .
our wash goods drart
Excellent ralueB in various
Some arc :i. lian, .,,,,. a. ,.
Silks, Ijpginnin at
The Columbia :
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tneM brands of domestic
and imported cicars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1P08 Second Avenue.
Hoes, et'-el - - - :
Hakes, 12 tocth, malleable iron, - 'J0(
Rakes. 14 to. tb, malleable iron, - - -J.V
Rakes, 12 tooth, cteei. .... ;.;c
Hakes. 14 tooth, steel, - - - 3Sc
Spading Forks, steel, .... ,; ;(
Ladiet' Garden Sts, - 25 to 7."c
Children's Garden Sets, - - 10 to UV
Now is our time to buy.
F. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKR1TZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is row locatcdjin his new building at the corner of Fif'.hjaveuue
ICIIDFICTDBEB OF C8ACKEBS II ilT
Ask Yonr Qroce r for Thom.
The Christy "Otsteb" m o C"trs:y "Wirn
Will Open their handsome NEW CLOTHING STORE
Saturday, April 22.
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, ohromos, pumpkin pies, and
like nonsensical methods adopted by nonsensical dealers will be in 12 different styles of Men's
15..QQ SUITS AT S&1O.O0.
100 Children's Suits worth
$5.00 at the rediculous price of $2.50
59 Dozen Men's Balbriggan Underwear 75 cent quality at 29 cents.
Is it not more sensible to give our pations a benefit of $5,00 on a suit than to toot it through a brass horn and in
stead of charpirg tlO.CO jcu w uld olbeiwiee have to pay $15 00
ALTj NEW UOl'DS Io cJd fch dcy. Leif om or moth eaten stuff. Come and eee the new store, the new styles,
the new goods, and special iiidccmeniB cffeied to thoroughly advertise the opening of the
At the Old Stand, but the New Store.
Big One Price Clothing House.