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THE AKGU8, MONDAY. APKIL. 29 1895.
Over 200 Refrigerators
AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICE MUST
BE CLOSED OUT IMMEDIATELY
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W. S. HOLBROOK,
WIZARDS OF THE AIR.
Njs. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
Inventor and patentee of the French Tailor Sys
tem of Cutting in connection with her school
has opened Dress Making Parlors in the Ryan
The Perfect Fit
And Neatness of Finish
Of her tailor costumes is rapidly advertising her .
wonderful skill, as an artist of the highest order.
Reception and party gowns are given special
attention, as to Harmony of Color and Correct
ness of Style. No two garments are designed
from the same plate, and many are the artist's
own creation I Ier school is open day and even
ing; lessons not limited. Positions secured for
tnose out 01 employment.
Ryan REocl. Second Floor, Davenport.
Fitted vitl) tle Great "G. f J." Tires
e All Rambler Bicycles are Fully Guaranteed
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ee Now With RIcHK
The remarkable progress which all
classes of circus entertainment has
made in the past decade is notably
illustrated by the startling perform
ance in mid-air . given by the Da.
Comas, who are among the many
distinctive features of Singling
Bros.1 World's Greatest Shows this
season. This remarkable family of
gymnasts comprises one gentleman
and two ladies, and their act is not
only nniqne, but also far superior to
an t thing oi the kind ever before seen
in this country. They actually fly
through space, turning single and
double somersaults in mid-air, and
never failing to catch each other at
the critical moment of descent. The
fame of these remarkable performers
is such that they never fail to receive
an ovation, and the enthusiasm of
their welcome is intensified by the
almost incredible skill of their per
formance, l be VaUomas, however.
are only one feature among the
many aerial novelties which Ring
ling Bros, present to their pa-
trous this year. The performance of
Maynard 'and LaMothe upon the
aerial bars is a novelty and
worthy oi being classed among
the best or the high-class aren
ic acts. It is new, unique and
thoroughly in keeping with the
progress mane in this class of
ntertainnient. The performance
given upon tho lofty trapeze by Art
anu Millie Adair is a remarkable
combination of picturesque midair
posing and finished execution. A
score of other notable aerial per-
ortners add to the completeness of
this department of the great show.
There is not a cheap or mediocre act
raong them. What is particularly
noticeable in the performances given
by Ringling Bros', great circus is
the universal care given to the cos
tuming. Many of the costumes worn
bv the performers are worth hun
dreds of dollars, and tbe shining
silks, glistening satins and wealth of
rnamentation contribute to make a
icture absolutely bewildering in its
rilliancv. Patrons of "Kingling
Bros', shows are assured of seeing a
complete performance night or day.
without abridgement. J hey will
also see the lineat menagerie in tbe
world, the best triplo ring show, the
Handsomest stock and the most ex
citing hippodrome races ever given
under a canvas, and at tbe same time
they will be afTo'ded the opportunity
without extra charge or hearing L.it-
erati's famous band of CO soloists, the
most complete musical organization
in the United States. The date in
Davenport is May 1.
McCABE BROS., Sole Agents.
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1728 Second Av.
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sewing or machine sewing. It is the strongest
thread made; it is free from knots, kinks. Caws,
or ravels; is always uniform in quality, thickness
and strength. It never breaks itself or breaks the
needle ; never packers the seams or throws the
tension out of order. It costs no more than poorer
kinds of thread. Ask your dealer for it.
Rend 24c. and mvin upaolf cf thread (any color or nom
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WILLC1ANTIC THREAD caWillimantuConn.
1803 Second At:?-?.
CLINTON LOSES BOTH.
Tba Exalaltloa Gim Capiared ay the
Health Brttrr Tbaa Wealth.
Nothing succeeds like success
There are many failu cs which
would have been otherwise if . the
proper course had been pursued
Many persons mistake their calling
and engage in a business or profes
sion to -which they are not adapted
It is not always that an individual,
be he ever so well educated, makes a
successful school teacher. The same
is true in other instances. The suc
cessful physician is one who devotes
his time and study to his profession
who makes it his life work. A noted
example of a successful physician is
that of Dr. Ii- B. Miller, the cele
brated specialist, who makes rcgu
lar visits here every four weeks.
Many of the citizens of Marion coun
ty, by reason of his skill have been
cured by him ot their diseases and
infirmities. He charges nothing for
examinations. If vou are diseased,
call on him and learn your real con
dition. He has cured many others,
why not you? Salem Democrat.
O. A. K, Attention!
For the state encampment to be
held in Blooraington May 14 to 16
the '"Big Four Route" will sell round
trip tickets at the rate of $1.15 from
feoria. May 13 and 14, good tin ldh
inclusive, for return. Trains leave
Peoria at 7:30 a. m., 12:10 p. m. and
7:25 p. m. All trains on tbe U. I. &
P. and C, B. & Q. make direct con
nections with the "Big Four" at Peo
ria. lor tickets, call on agents in
Rock Island and Moline, or at the
Union depot, Peoria.
C. S. LaFoixette, T. P. A
Oh! My Hark.
A good many tired men and women
could get rid of that pain in their
back if they wouM try Parks' Sure
Cure for the Liver and Kidnevs
The trouble is usually there, and
Parks' Sure Cure reaches and cures it.
Sold by Harts & Uilemeyer.
-Nothlat Vntara, Kotlo- Hm.'1
Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great
Falls, Mont., recommended Ely'
Cream Balm to me. I can etnpba
size his statement. "It is a positive
cure for catarrh if used as directed.
Rev. Francis W. Poole, pastor of
Central Presbyterian church. Helena
It is the medicine above all others
for catarrh, and is worth its weight
in gold. I can use Ely's Cream Balm
with safety, and it ctoes all that is
claimed for it. X. B. Sperrv, Hart
pctl EUetloa Katie.
5. tire i hriaby pivea that racancy a rnc
ecorrrd in the office of a dennan of the F.rtt
wurd. ht moa of ibe re-inton of Coarkw
B add, a pecial ekcttoa will be htid for the office
of alderman of the F.rrt ward, for the anexDiicd
term of one year, on Tucday, the SJtta Uf of
ap'iL A. D . ISO.
W awn election will be open at 7 o'elork tn tve
moraine and erotic oe open uoii: S o'clock la tbe
as ternooa of that oaj.
Pla-eof restoration and Toting will be at the
F- aklin Hnee Ooaan on Third rlrect, between
Third apd Fonrtn aenoe.
Kocklalatd.llL.Apr-.lS. .D 15.
A. I. HIKING. City Clerk
Children Cry for
Clinton lost both yesterday and
Saturday's games to the Twin-City
team. The contests were exhibition,
and displayed prominently the weak
ness of both clubs, Clinton having
considerably the poorest aggrega
tion. Yesterday's game was lost
through the visitors' inability to do
effective team work, their batting be
ing untimely and their fielding
ragged. Up to the fifth inning the
locals were goose-egged, the vis
itors having five scores. Then Sage's
men took a batting streak, and as
sisted by Clinton's loose work, suc
ceeded in landing four men on the
safe side of tbe rubber. Ortling got
excited, and in the eighth was sub
stituted by Third Baseman Lyons,
who continued the good work of his
predecessor. Jameson pitched a fair
game for the Tri-Cities, and gives
every promise of an excellent all
around player. He has the advan
tage of being a good sticker. As yet,
the team is weak, which is generally
the case with the majority of clubs
when selecting players. Manager
Sage is remedying the weak spots as
rapidly as possible, and by the time
the Beason opens we will have a first
rate club. Yesterday's score:
Trl-Oty 0 0 0 0 4 17 115
ciimou a 0410000 a-a
Batteries Trl-City, Jamieaon and Payer; Cl'n-
lon, urtlinif ana 1-juun, tuaue. i mu.rca, Be
6cr and block wt'li.
The score by innings of Saturday's
contest is appended:
1S34 5 S78S
Trl-City t 0 o 1 0 0 S 1 111
Clinton 010100 8-8
Batteric-Zmiint and Dwyer, Held and Flect-
baio, awl Lea. Umpire, CHocawell.
The weakest points in the local
club are in the field, short and second
base. Pecord at first is a ball
player, but neads practice. Lyons
on second, lacks judgment and am
bition, and is a poor excuse for a
ball player. ' V halen on ' third, is
about what the doctor ordered, bo
ng a good thrower and displaying
some knowledge of his business.
Chris Timtn, of Davenport, is play
ing third temporarily. Eddie Mar-
iu, in left held, is fair. Dalrymple
in center, will make a good man
for the place. Bennett in left, is all
right; is a first class batter and base
runner. Mike Dwyer behind the
willow, is a hard worker and a good
player. Zuaunt and Jamieson are
both average tossers.
Bonae Note of tha Diamond.
The River Rats defeated a picked
mue yesterday ry a score oi 9 to la
The Peoria and Tri-City teams play
exhibition games today and tomor
Manager Sage released Lammer-
ine, whose playing at short wis not
U Kourke, of last year's Umahas,
is manager of the tsioomingtons.
They will put up a strong game an
Sonier, Rock Island's great pitcher
during the early part of last season.
has been farmed ont by Indianapolis
to Jacksonville and is on his way to
tbe latter place, lie is a Peoria boy
Rockford threatens to blacklist
Bill Kreig, who is managing the
Galesburgs, if he does not report in
that city at once, claiming that Kreig
accepted terms to play there before
signing with Ualesburg.
The Manafactartnff Bite.
The Molino Sunday Mail has the
following additional facts concerning
the so-called 'stock yards," but
rather manufacturing site, east of
Moline, and which Boomer Beemis
and Rock Island enterprise are re.
sponsible for: "When the 6tock
yards' deal was first mentioned it in
eluded all the land lying between the
river and the Indian boundary line
as surveyed in 1819, and the western
boundary of the strip was at the
Radden farm, running east to the
W'atertown line. The next move the
syndicate made was to secure options
on all the land lving between the In
dian boundary lines of 1819 and
1821. Within the last two weeks
they have secured options on the
land lying south of the Indian boun
dary line of 1821 and that of the con
gressional township line. They have
also bought a farm of 120 acres south
oi what is known as tbe Colon
road. This territory on which
these latest options are taken
a strip of about two-and-one
half miles in width, and about
six miles in length. Following is
list of those who have given
option on their property in tbe
last deal, which is now published
for the first time: Mrs. J. Korb, 21
acres; C. Korb, 102 acres; Maria M
King. 75 acres; Emil and Albert
Lnndahl 40 acres each; Mrs. P. Star-
ofsky, 40; George Herzderg, 40: Will
iam Odendahl. 120; Mrs. Hester
Harris. 100; Andrew Frederick son
109; Edward Warren, 38; Han
Naehwe, 70; C. J. Col son, SO. Fol
lowing is the list of those included
in the 1819 and 1921 boundary lines,
which other papers have been guest
ing at lor tome time: ignetz uas
now, 70 acres; Mrs. Brocknoff. 42
Mrs. Hammer. 1S7; A. Bensenberg,
39; Charles Radden, 41; Edward J.
Evans, 16; Daniel Henry, 39; Zacha
rias Eiafeld t. 74: C Rasmus, 31. The
deal alsa includes the old Bailey
Davenport estate, it takes in the
farms of Otcar Arenshield and others
of Watertown. going at far east as
the Miller farm in Hampton, at re
ported exclusively in the Mail two
weeks ago. Several farmers, includ
ing E. T. Wells, W. Vandover,
Charles King and others, were inter
viewed yesterday in regard to giving
options, but declined, to ao so.
Nos. 226. 228 and 230 Nineteenth St.
Hatte & Bahhseh Co.
Rock Island, III., April 25, 1895.
MESSRS. KROHN, FEISS & CO., Cincinnati:
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come to the conclusipri from samples received
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HARTZ & BAHNSEN CO.
KROHN, FEISS & CO., Makers.
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We have accepted the agency of the Delia
Fox Bouquet Cigar as per our letter above, and
solicit your order on above cigars, guaranteeing ;j
them for quality the best the market affords.
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