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TFIR ARofas, MONDAY, AP1UL, 29. 1895.
J.. Montrose. Maaager.
One Week, Commencing
Monday, April 29.
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nearly every lot in it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
backberry. or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
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dence purpose of any lots in
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STORY OF A CRIME.
Death of the Wife cf a Noted
i Crook Explained.
I BUI COWS AFTER SKTEE3 YEAES.
Proves - T Ha tk If stars!
Nephew of tka Ttetiaa, bat laeists That
She Was faCtcaaed Accidentally, la a
Meant Jimway" Lngae'e Semj-ca fee
the Weeraae lie Made His Wife aa Da
Stood la the rrbeaers Doc.
Philadelphia, April 29. While the
larger portion of the Philadelphia popula
tion was attending church there lay on a
desk in a dingy little room down town
the shall of a murdered woman. There
for six long hours was unfolded a horri
ble story of crime. The central figure in
the story Is James EL Loguo known to
the police departments of the continent
as "Jimmy" Logue, burglar, bank rob
ber and one of the most notorious all-
round crooks in the annals of crime. The
case tnrned npon the murder of one of
this man's wivs, Johanna Logue, but it
was a fitting climax to a remarkable talc
that proved that he was not her murderer.
On the night of Feb. 22, 1S79, Johanna
Logue vanished as suddenly and as com
pletely as if the earth had opened and
swallowed her. The newspapers at the
time were full of it, rewards were offered.
and no one was more indefatigable in his
efforts to locato the woman than Loguo
taraveiled the Complete Story.
On Oct. 10, 1693, fourteen years after
werd, a carpenter repairing the house at
1250 North Klcventh street tore up some
boards in the kitchen and there found the
skeleton of a woman. When it became
known that Logrue and his wife had lived
in the house suspicion at once pointed to
him as the murderer, but all search for
blm proved unavailing. On the evening
ef March a last the door bell of Coroner
Ashbridge's private residence ran?, and
answering it in person he was confronted
by an old white-haired man, who said
abruptly: "I am Jimmy Lngue and I
have come to give myself up." That was
all be said in relation to the case and the
coroner handed him over to the police
under an assumed name. From that time
on Coroner Ashbridgo and Detective
tievcr worked together in secret until they
had unravelled the couplets story, which
culminated a few days ago in the arrest of
a man whose identity Was not revealed
Act Bat ilordrrer Identified.
He is Alphouso Cutaicr, Jr., the illegiti
mate son of one of Loguo's former al
lescd wives. Ho Is locked up at tlio city
hail on a charge of murder, while in a
neighboring ell Is Logue, held as the star
C witness. Cataler's crime for be has made
I M .1 I Lt.l. 1. . .1- .... .1 ...3 ...
CUUlVHiUU IU .UIVU UU klium ti r, ' a
causing the woman's death, though he
asserts involuntarily is best understood
from a brief recitation of Loguo's career.
Ho was already a notorious character
when, in ib5 be mnrriod Mary Jane
Andrews. With her be lived two years.
when without the formality of a divorce
he wedded Mary Gahan who, though she
had not been a wife, was the mother of an
18-months-old child, Alnhonso Cutaier,
Jr. Logue and Mary had not lived long
together when he became enamored of
her sister, Johanna Gahan, whom he es
tablished in a separate household, paying
all expenses until, in 19)9, Mary died.
To Prtaoa After His Weddiag.
Meanwhile Logue, who had been "work
ing at his profession," fell into the hands
of the police for a series of burglaries. On
May S3, 1871, he was arraigned at the
Central police station for sentence, but be
fore the case proceeded be asced Magis
trate Smith to do him a favor first, lie
wanted to marry Johanna. The magis
trate complied, and Logue, standing in
the dock, married the woman. I hen be
was sentenced to seven years in the peni
tentiary. Duriug his term Johanna
boarded in this city, and promptly npon
bis release in 1S77 Losue came for her.
iher went to lork, where lor a
time he operated with the equally notor
ious Peter Burns, who died some years
ago in j;iil in Florence, Italy. Loguo
i aisod money in some way, for not long
nlier his release be bought $23,000 worth
of government bonds in New York.
JOHANNA LObl'E DISAPPEARS.
Strange Facts Come Oat la the Boat for
In February, 1S79, Loguo and the wo
man came to this city. Meanwhile young
Cutaier had become a barber and Logue
bought out for him the business of his
former employer, William Matthews, and
fitted it up as a shop for Cutaier, Logue
and Johanna living with him in the
dwelling portion, which was expensively
furnished. A few days after this Logue
and the woman went to New York for a
short visit. There Logue fell in with an
other burglar named George Mason, and
on the evening of Feb. 20 the two men
left for Boston, telling Johanna thry
would return shortly. The following
Tuesday Loguo returned and found his
wife gone. He came to Philadelphia and
went to bis home. There he found Cuta
icr, his journeyman Frits Eckert, and, a
young apprentice named Harry Fricke.
Cutaier told him that the last he had
seen of Johanna was on the preceding
Saturday. Logue at once thought that
she had eloped with Peter Burls, but it
was found that this was a mistake. Logos
searched the country for and wide for her,
but to no avail. At the time of her dis
appearance the woman wore jewelry
worth (2,000 snd had in the bosom of ber
dress four (1.000 government bonds.
When they moved to the Eleventh street
house in ls79 Logue had secreted seven of
these tl, 000 bonds under the carpet of the
stairway, telling no one but Cutaier
where they were.
When be returned from New York he
found that Cutaier had stolen one of the
bonds and sold it to the Drexels for l.C4i
Cutaier and bis wife lived at the house
for a year after Johanna's disappearance,
when a foul odor coming from under the
kitchen floor made the woman so sick
that thry were compelled to move away.
After that search was made for Eckert,
the journeyman, and at first seemed to be
hopeless. Finally Detective Geyer found
him in a barter shop on Houston street.
New York, w here for a long time he had
been sharing from twsnty to thirty met
ropolitan policemen a week. t Fricke was
found in Philadelphia. His mind soon
after became unhinged from fright and it
became nee aw try to send bim to the in
sane department of the Philadelphia hos
pital. After ho had been sent there, it was
found by some strange fate that the super
tntendens of the ward In which he was
lodged was Alphonsn Cutaier, Sr., father
of the accused murderer, and r ricte was
hastily transferred to another ward.
After Cutaier's arrest several attempts
were made to extort a confession from
him, and he narrated a number of do
tailed storing of the crime, naming Logue
the perpetrator, but eventually he
broke down and on April 17 told the true
lie said that when the woman signified
her intention of returning to New York
she was intoxicated and he induced hei
to wait until lie could accompany her to
the station. Ho took her up stairs and
raado her get into bed with her clothes on.
Then, he avers, to prevent her from get
ting away before he could go with her h
bound her hand and foot. This was at 7
o'clock in the evening. Four hours later
he found her lying on her face, w.th hei
head under tho bolster smothered tc
death in an evident attempt to break her
Tho next day he burled the body nndet
the kitchen floor. He admitted having
taken her jewels, but denied any knowl
edge of the tl.OOO bonds which she wo
said to have in her bosom. His story oi
the woman being accidentally smothered
is generally discredited.
BIRTHDAY OF GEN. GRANT.
Observed Mneh More Ueeerally Thai
Heretofore ttaleaa's tssia Hay.
Galena, Ills., April 29. Galena paid
doe homage to the memory of her great
soldier-citizen. Grant. Tho city was in
gala attire, fl igi boated frem nil tho pub
lio buildings, and every private hiruso
and business block w as decked lu C;r3
and bunting. Tho exercises of the da;
began when a special train arrived from
Chicago bearing hon. II. 1). tstnbroo
of Omnha, orator of the doy; M. II. Kolil
saat, Thomas Nast, Midvilio K. Slum- n:i.l
others. A parade r.s formed at tho Illi
nois Central station and moved to Turner
At Turner hall. J. B. Crown, president
of the day, introduced tho procolius
with a short spcjch; iiev. George D. Lind
say, the chaplain, offered prayer; Judjo
C. V. Kohlxaat, of Chicago, mnuo a short
addres, prewniiuir to thi-.ity of Gttlcna,
In behalf uf H. H. Kohlsi tho pninting.
"Peace in Union," by Tlioni.w Nasi, do
pictiug the seen of Leo's surrender;
Mayor Birmingham r.vspoudei for the
city, and lC-tiibrook delivered bis oration,
which was an eia qiicnt vnort.
Chicago, April 29. The birthday ol
General Grant was observed hero more
generally than ever bufore. The prcsaneo
of Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Snrloris added in
teres t to the exercises, held in tho Audi
torium under the auspices of the Chicago
Press ciuU. Orations on Grant were de
livered by Luther .Liilin Mills, of Chi
cago, and General O O. Howard, and
military ext-rr.isw and martial songs com
pletiHl the programme, which was carried
out in tho presence of 4,100 people. Tne
Marquette club celebrated by a bir.quol
at which Boutelle of Maine end Warner
of Missouri spoko. Mrs. Grant was ten
dered a rcceptiou and hundreds of soldiers
called on her.
' Tho anniversary was more generally
observed than ever before. At Pittsburg the
Americus club gave atiinncr. The speak
ers were Allison and Hepburn of Iowa,
Grosvenor of Ohio and others. At Phil
adelphia, ex-Hcpresentative Wise, o(
Virginia, was the orator and cx-Soontoi
Higtins, of Delaware, had a twist of the
lion's tail over tho Nicaragua business. At
Boston, General Horace Porter was the
princir.-al speaker. There were similar
celebrations at a number of cities.
FATAL DOMESTIC INFELICITY.
It Ends Id the Wile's Brother Shootiof
the Hnb:ind to Death.
Milwaukee, April t,U Emil Sanger, a
brother of Welter Sanger, the bicyclist,
was fhot aud killed by Kobert Luscomb,
ex-city attorney, and Luscomb is on bail.
Sanger and Luscomb are brothers-in-law
and there has been bad blood in the fam
ily for a number of years. Sanger's wife
Is a sister of Luscomb. She sought shel
ter in Lusco nib's house, claiming that her
husband was ill-treating her. As a mat
ter of fact her body U black and bl ue from
tho beatings her husband has given her.
Sanger uas the president of the C. M.
Sanger Sons company, manufacturers ol
sash, doors and blinds. Luscomb is the
son of one of Milwaukee's oldest and best
known families and is a leading lawyer
with a large practice.
Luscomb says that Sanger had been
making threats against him for several
months and had declared he would kill
him (Luscomb) on sight. Ou the fatal
occasion Luscomb says Sanger came to
his house at 11:4 j p. in. and began kick
ing at his door. As hu (Sangar) had
warned his wife th it ho would kill her If
she went to Luscomb' s he w:n afraid for
his own and his sister's safety, and he
fired the fatal shot.
TRAIN BANDITS LACK NERVE
And Thereby fil-s a Knaitd-op Prepared
lor ihw (vans.
Tacoma, Wash., April i Five masked
men attempted to hold up Northern Pa
cific train No. 2, six miles this side of
Cleelnm station, which is ninety miles
from Taoomo. Tho plot miscarried be
cause the train ran 1,400 feet after being
signalled to stop, instead of 1,000, which
the robbers calculated on. The railroad
officials bad knowledgu that the attempt
was to bo tua-j and had planned a warm
Ten men were stationed where tho ex
press car was to he robbed of JXJO.OOJ sent
to pay off the Koslyn miners. When the
engine stopped the two robbers wbo were
to board it were too scared to run 400 feet
to get on. The train accordingly went
ahead. These two men started across the
bridge, ran into a posse and were taken to
Kmmettshurg. Their namei are Hank
Jack Harrison. The
Strong I'oinia la Favor of strevd.
FoKT SCOTT. Kas., April 9 The de
fense in the Strevil murder trial has made
some very strong points. One man testl -
fiod having been intimate with the ao
cased man a wife, and his testimony de-
vciopea mil sne nna taicea ol marrying
him. The prisoner's mother testified that
her son was home on the afternoon of the
murder, end she discredited several of the
many strong points of the wife's confes
sion. tecrea on the Uall field.
Chicago, April 29 Record of League
baseball games: At Cincinnati Chica-'
go 0, Cincinnati 6; at Louisville Cleve-
land 4. Louisville k; at St Louis Pitta-!
burg &, Su Lcu:s 4. Other games post-)
poned, rain. Sunday: At Cincinnati
Chicago Cincinnati 10; at Louisville '
Cleveland 7, Louisville L
HITTS CONDITION ALARMING.
step rescatat Its
- acker Belaya.
Wasiiisgtos, April 29. Sic Hits eon-
tinned to grow worse during yesterday
and last night his condition was alarm-,
Ing. At 8 o'clock a. m. his brain syrup,
torn were beeoming very serious. Fears
were entertained that he might not sur
vive the night.
At Washington tomorrow ex-Mayor
Grant, of New York, will marry Miss Julia
Murphy, daughter of Senator Murphy, of
the Empire State. . -
Judge Showalter, at Chicago, has de
eidod that the numeral combination "27"
is a valid trade mark
Fire at Melbourne. Mich., destroyed the
salt block, saw mill ' and 0,609,000 feet of
lumber belonging to II. A. Hatchclor &
Sons. Loss, 110,030; insurauee, $35,0031
' Medinger, the famous French bicycle
rider, was shot and killed at Paris with
a revolver by his wife, who afterwards
committed suicide. Jealousy. -
Mrs. Henry W. Hughson and George
W. King have been held for trial without
bail at Muskegon. Mich., on the charge of
poisoning the former's second husband.
At Galveston, Tex., Dan Creedon
knocked out Billy McCarthy in three
rounds and one minute.
- Weary of living with a drunken hus
band Mrs. Ernest Maywaldt drowned her
self and two young children, near Sump-
Kaiser Wilhelm is vititini his grand-
mama. Queen Victoria, who is at Darm
stadt attending the christening festivities
of one of her great-great grandchildren.
Zclla Nicolaus, now Mrs. Huhman, is
suing George Gould for (50,000, complain
ing of malicious persecution. She says
Gould has attacked bor reputation.
Miss Es telle Keel, who distinguished
herself in Wyoming by winning the eloo-
tion for state superintendent of schools.
is at Chicago on a tour of observation,
picking up points In school management,
American buyers are purchasing whole
herds of cattle in Mexico as a result of the
order of Secretary Morton lifting the em
bargo on Mexican cattle.
W. IL Thorne and O. C. Sceley, prorai-
ment citizens of Guthrie, O. T., have been
arrested charged with the murder last
fall of a young Englishman named Led
gers. The National Worsted Weavers' union
demanded of the Olncyvillo, K. L, mills
tho restoration of the scale of 1SU3 and it
was flatly refused. A strike will probably
The Pcshtigo (Mich.) Lumber company
has sold its season's cut to Pcrloy, Lowe
& Co., of Chicago. This means a transfer
of 4O,OJ0,(XX) foot of lumber, involving a
half million dollars consideration.
A fire at Berlin, Wis,, destroyed four
stores occupied by K. Jenkins, A. i
TruesdelL A. Ford and J. H. Clark.
Loss, about $30,000, partly insured.
Cuban advices are to tho effort that in
surgents have concentrated 2,000 troops
at Bayamo, near Guantanaino. Provisions
At Dexter Park, L. L, Captain Brewer
killed 100 picked pigeons straight, 60 yards
boundary, 3J yards rise.
Attorney Emilo Roth died at Cincin
nati, aged 70 years. He was an officer in
the German army. Ho went to Wiscon
sin, where he was prominent in politics.
In ISC'J be went to Cincinnati.
Charged with Attempted Bribery.
CHARLESTON,' 'Ills., April 29. An In
dictment has been returned by the grand
jury of Coles county against Colonel Boss
A. Fuller and T. C. Ewing, both of this
city, for an alleged attempt to bribe a
juror at the November term of the circuit
court. Colonel Fuller is a member of
Governor Altgeld's staff and also of the
Democratic state central committee.
He Served with Geo. Urant.
Chicago, April 89. William Woise, of
Mendota, Ills., 71 years old, walked all
the way from that place to this city to
attend the Grant meeting at the Audito
rium, only to find that he had arrived too
late. He said he had served all through
tho wur with Grant and came here tu
celebrate his old commander's birthday,
Expert Rob aa Iowa 1'ostofHoe.
WlSTERSET, la., April 29. The safe of
the Wintcrset postofllco was blown open
by burglars. Postmaster Hudson csti
mates that the robbers secured between
&J0 and (090. The sufo was com
pletely wrecked and much of the postof-
licj furniture damaged by tho explosion.
It was evidently the work of experts.
Two Woinea aad a Child iirtiwaed.
A.'Al.QUETTS, Mich., April 39. Mrs.
Mary Post, her daughter Mrs. Pat Finlcy
and littio Ethel Fin ley were drowned in
the Au Trian river in Alger county. They
were missed from home aud a boat was
also gone. The bodies of uil thruu were
found in the river.
C-riap on the aide vf silver.
ATLANTA, April 29 Speaker Crisp, who
is at his homo in . . Ainuricus, in au inter
view with a correspondent declared for
the free coinage of silver and gave it as
his opinion that the Democrat should
nomiuato a western man for the presi
Wants a Composite Dollar.
DETROIT, April i9. The Tribune (Ron.),
in an editorial, comes out with a solution
of the currency problem which proposes
the coining ol a standard dollar composed
of proportionate parts of gold and silver.
Spanish Soldiers Butchered. .
Key West, Fla., April 2 Nws from
CuOa states '-hat the rebels attacked 200
Spanish troops and gave no quarter.
' butcK-nng all but four or five. The Span
! lari were Patly outnumbered.
We Veep Parks1 Cough Sjrup and
we tell everyone it is the best cough
cure we sell. Everybody likes it and
' we sell it on a euarantee
irv it for
Sold by Hartz & Ulle-
Thea Baby eras av-k. we gave her Caaurav
Whaa atia had ChgdieB, she gassUtom
Children Cry for
ART OF REMEMBERING.
Sorts of SysteaBS nave Been la Caa
.. Freaa Time Immemorial. ,
The art of rendering artificial aid to
the memory fcy associating in the mind
things difficult to remember with those
which are c.vy of recollection is said to
havo originated with the Egyptians.
The first person to reduce it to a system
was, according to Cicero, the poet oi-
mouides, vrho lived 500 B. C. His
plan is known as tho topical or locality
plan and was in snbstanco as follows:
Choose a largo house, with a number cl
diCcrcutly furuitdicd apartments in it
Impress upon tho mind carefully all
that is noticeable in the bouse, so . that
tha mind can readily go over tho parts.
Then placo a scries of ideas iu the house
the first in the hall, tho next in the
sitting room, and so on with the rest.
Now, when ono wishes to recall these
ideas in their proper succession, com
mence goiiig through the honso, and tbr
idea placed in each department will be
found to readily recur to the mind in
connection with it
It is related that the mnemonic plan
wss first snggisted to the poet by a
tragic occurrence. Having been caller!
from a banquet just before the roof oi
the house fell and crushed all the rest
of tho comp:uiy, he found on ri turning
that tho bodies were so mutilated that
no individual could be reco;:niz?d,br.t br
remembering tho places which thry ha
severally occupied ct tho table he wa
ablo to identify them. Ho was fhns let
to notice that tho order cf places ui:i;
by assx-.inlio!i Bngjiot tho order d
things. Philadelphia Press.
iim Failcikild'a Dawglitrr Married.
Madison. Wis., April 9. Mis Mary
Fairchild, eldest daughter of Genera.
Lucius Fairehild, was married to Charle
M. Morris, a grcat-grandjo'n of ouo of thi
figners of the D.vlaration of Indepen
dence. The- ceremony was performed ii
Grace Church by Ktv. Fayette Durtin ii.
tiiu presetted of a large uni distinguishes.
astemulaKO. Anions the hundreds pres
ent were G iver.ior L'pham, Senator Vilas.
Chairman Wall of Milu-.iuk -e, Volopai
Charles King, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Scuton aud Mr. uud Mrs. W. A. l'rust, o:
MButcber'a U:l. of a Oieit tiatne.
London, April iu Tho Knlish foot
ball season is closed and tho Westminster
Gazette publishes its annual football
"butcher's bill." Tho "bill" shows that
during tho season theru were twenty
deaths from injuries rcecived on tho foot
bail 11 Id and Dial over 15 ) legs, nruis and
collar bones were broken, besides many
cases of concussion of tho brain or spine,
paralysis, kneecaps tplit, peritonitis aud
hundreds of minor casualties.
Jbrige Slau' su iesui' Appointed.
Mad:s )X, Wis., April i9. Tho gov
ernor has appointed Warhau Parks, of
Ocononiowoc, to succeed the late A. Scott
Sloan us jude of the Fifteenth circuit.
He is a Hi-publican.
The Local Markets.
I AIM, BTO.
Corn new. 43Ai5c
Hr-lmirt, flKftfiS; nolne I190I11;
rlld.i'JaSll Slough tattlo; baled. (10.
FBCIT AKD VieETABLSS.
OttiOBS atic per bo.
Batxr Fair to cboioe, ITc; fresh cream
err 10 .
Kgua Fresh, 10
Ponltry C'lilclin. 7c; turkeys. Sc.
CattleButchers ray for com fed atecra
i!b ; cjsa and Dei f era. 3&4Sa : calves
Spring lamb SS&SSaheat.
Coal - Soft. lie.
Wood $3.00 per cord.
Wool 13c ter pound.
In shipiug p:ratocs in cxtnm!;
cold wcath.x piper inside nad outsi-"
of tho barrel affords the best protcc' '
We Offer YOU A REMEDY Which
lasares Safety ta Lite ef Mather
Bobs ConfiiiMncat of its Pais, Horror and Bisk.
My wire nsed "MOTHrKS' FKIE3tOn be
fore her first ciilld liad no crumps was quickly r
lleved suOerln bat little oo uiuiia aiuirffura
recover! rapid. K . JOIXNSTOS, Euf ala. Ala.
far Sent by Vail or Express, on receipt of price,
!. aer bottle. Book -Tu Mothers ' aiuilvii t ree.
BBADFIKLD BEGULATOB GO.
ATLANTA, G A-
ld by all
vtux r.-.a r.ixzz vi::
acts powerfully attd quickly. Cures when aS
ctliera fall. Tonne men regain hist mannooa: o!4
DearccuveryouOif-.il rtmtr. Ahsolatelvasaar
nnu-ed taCnr rrnuwrmA. Lost Vltalltr.
IniBiU-sc7, 9 teatiy oslssioaa, IxwtPswtr.
eltbe. sex. ralllaz siensnrr. Waatias Uls-
iiyiucmvM. nam oni
Intra -ttv snri e..r.,n.n.lnn
Uon'tk-t dnarvint irapure a woriblesaaabatituta w
too he-ani ltyllds a grr-ntrr prout. Inrlst on nav
PEEPF.as KEUVKMR. or aenS fcrts.
Can bo carried la Tart pof Seu Prepaid slain wrao
pr. ft per box. or a tnt am, with A Positive
WriUtaOausatM to Care srSefsMl tha
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VOTING PRECINCT First Ward, Rock Island, Illinois, April JO, 189.
O DEMOCRATIC. 0 REPuBiIci&
- -. For Alderman, ,
: ' H EKRY C. WEH LING. Q
GRAND EXCURSIONS V
WEDNESDAY, MAY i.
RlftGLIl!G DnOTE?$S' t
WORLD'S GREATEST SHOWS.
AMKMCVS LAUGEST, GRANDEST. BEST EXiUlUTIOS.
ROYAL BOMAN HIPPODHOlklE.
S-Riofr. Circus. Elevated Stages, Millionare Menagerie, Colossal Ilorie Fair, ,
Oceanic Aquarium, Museum of Marvels and Trained Auiiual Exhinition.
LIBJEIVrrtB BAN D of fiO SOLOLISTS
Oae Hour of Concert Music Before Every Performance. j
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FLYING WOND7R8 Tlir Dl PDIIAQ USEQUALED AMONG
OF TWO WORLDS, I lit UA UllMAt) R' AL VATJLTER8,
T1T.V 17 A TWIT V ENGL'ND'' GREATEST QUARTET ot ACROBATS.
NOW SEEN FOR
ALL THEWCRLIVS GREATEST BAHEB ACS RIDERS
Mike Ronnev, Cha. W. Fish. Cccilc Lnwande, Daniel Leon, Wm. UeVan,
Edward Sliipp, M'lle Elena, Julia Lowande, Marian Leslie.
LANDAUER TROUPE E- u f"1 Kl
Akicioto's Troupe of Imperial Japanese Eqnilibrists Most
Compietu Zoological Display on Earth!
ONLY GIAKT GIRAFFE 1 MONSTER HIPPOPOTAMUS
Racing Glories of Old Rome, together with the Exciting Contests
of the Modern Turf. Two and FourHorse Chariot Races, Stand
ing, Hurdle, Obstacle aud other Races. Grandest Free Pageant
ever feen on the Streets of any City, leaves the Show Grounds at
10 o'clock on the Mori injj of the Exhibition. Ten kinds of Music.
Moscow's Silver Chimes. Steam Calliope. Royal Carriages from ,
Kingly Courts. DON'T MISS IT.
TWO COMPLETE PERFORMANCESDAILT AT 2aad 8 o'clock
CITE 50-C2Iir TXCZEr ADMITS TO ALL TSE COMBINES SHOWS.
IIULUKES USDER 12, HALF PRICF.
JBAsk Yonr Ticket Agent for Railroad Excursion Rates.
Davenport, Wednesday May 1.
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Plumbers, Steam, (Jas Fitters. v
(Ijuse Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basemont Rock Island Nat. Bank
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by Ilartz & Ullcmeyer, 301
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918 and 215 West Seccnd Street,
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
eners and Truckers.
CLOVER and GRASS
Seeds of all kinds.
We carry a complete Stock
of ttie Celebrated
PLANET, JR." TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue whole
THE IIRST TIME IN AMERICA.
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The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Ncu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
, For Alderman, .
WILLIAM j: ZEIS,