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JUIS AJtGUS. JVlOMJAi, MVLCH b, 1893.
Arr .CITY CHAT.
!laraini at the Coluraliia.
Vresh bulk olives at Huneher's.
Fresh bulk olives at Bunc-hor'..
Lace curtains at the Columbia.
Fresh bulk olives at BuneherV.
Buy Tour lamps at the Columbia.
Spring jackets at Mclntire Bros.'
Dress oml cheap at the Colum
(l to (Jus Engl in for
Capes Spring capes at Mclntire
Corsets! Corbet! Corsets" at Me
Wanted, at once, a laumlrv jjirl at
the Rock Islam! house.
A lirst class lioartiinp; house for
sale or rent bv Kenl v Bros.
Ladies' ready made suits at Mcln
tirv Bros.', Trices very reasonable.
tenderloin, spare ribs, leaf lard
and pijjs feet at Uilniore's pork linusc
Mclntire Bros, bein their line of
jackets at ;.2j for a very fair gar
John Babcoek, of Watcrtown, va
in the city today and paid his rc-
sjvets to t lie AKUts.
Corset sale ihis week, t he grandest
in the hitor of Koek Island. Don't
fail to attend McCabe Bros".
IJeore V. How. the Moline ini
nianuf.ii turer, has presented the At:.
.i s i a une -ampie ii ins crimson
Tin' regular meeting of the V. C
I. I. will lie held tomorrow aftcr-
noor;t : o'clock. at the Y. M. C. A.
The Kluy'-Hasler-Schwentser Drv
; yd .(lnpan v. of Davenport, will
it?t"tif? the ea-t date vf their
... . .
ov.utv irr ierin vour spring Miit
oxaDiWe pus Euglih'.- stock. It is a
revjCiiijn the way of tasteful and
AM. E. H. (iuyer returned this
afternoon from Louisville, Kv .where
he has been looking into electric
t'onductor Robert Frazer. of the C,
B. & Q., arid w ife, of Beardstown. are
Tisitinff in' the city on their wav to
St. Paul on a visit."
Christian Vo;;ol and Miss Mary
Kulin. of this city, were united in
marriage by Magistrate Wivill at his
sfliee late this afternoon.
Over 10) distinctively different
Myles of corsets will be on sale on
Monday and all this week at MeCabe
Bros', greatest of corset sales.
"William Huber lost a valuable
overcoat by having it stolen out of
ais bugjy which was tied on Second
avenue Saturday afternoon. So far
he has not recovered his property.
Manager Kindt, of the Burtis opera
house at Davenport, has two particu
larly line attraction for this week, in
the famous KrotJiers Byrne in "Eiht
Bclls"J Wednesday evening, and
Thomas"' "grand orchestra " Fridav
Oscar Appleqnist this morning as
summed his duties as prescription
clerk at Thomas' drug store, Charles
Battles going to Moline to take
charge of his recently purchased
pharmacy. The AKGt s extends con
gratulations to both these deserving
young aiiui. "
Gus Englin. the merchant tailor,
has just received a large invoice of
the tinest line of spring suitings ever
brought to this city. Onrioisseurs
whr h e seen the utotk are delighted
and drchtre that it is without excep
tion thejaest assortment it has been
their fyctune to select from.
Alonjr with all the other things
t h'ajjjpclhjT Wjij bring is the Salva
tion Army. Already the room has
been "Pecureij that was formerly oc
cupied by Barker's grocery " store
down on Feurth avenue, and ere long
the wmil-stirring music of the
tanibo'rine w ill be the order each eve
ning. Sometime last night someone broke
a window light at Susenmiehl's sec
ond hand store on Second avenue and
got away with two silverine watches
"'and 'a revolver displayed therein.
..Thc appearance of blood inside the
window this morning indicated that
She marauder had cut his hand on
breaking the glass.
Elsewhere B. H. Kimball announces
ais candidacy for the office of tow n
ship collector, subject to the appro
val of the democratic city township
convention. Mr. Kimball js a life
long democrat, is possessed of every
lualifieation essential to the success-
ful conducting of the office, and is in
need and deserving of it.
Charley Case is devoting himself
energetically these days to the cnlti
yation of his crop of cockleburs. He
nays this is the best time of the vear
for f.be industry in which he is" en
gaged, and is elated in that it is one
that tLe removal of the tariff will
not affect as cockleburs come in frpp
under the McKinley bill. Otherwise
we would have seen Case at the head'
of a great cocklebur trust lon be
George Kingsbury has concluded to
consolidate his fair and art stores,
occupying the storeroom at present
useu ior me latter, ana 11. l. tol
som, the jeweler, has leased the one
vacate d,for live years, and as soon as
he gai is possession w ill remodel and
repap r it and furnish it with modern
tixt'iiri s. He will ' then move his
jewel i y and clock store into it.
Mai agcr Montrose, of Harper's
theatie has secured the sensational
dramiitie production, "Mr. Potter of
Texas." for next Saturday night at
Harper's theatre. It so happens
that i: is the 5 V)th performance and
in token thereof, Mr. Montrose and
the manager of the company have
arranged to present every , lady at
tending with a handsome souvenir
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sudlow, of this
city, nd J. S. Wylie, of Daveuport,
have returned from their six weeks'
trip to the Pacific coast. They vis
ited San Francisco. Los Angeles and
San Diego. and returned through New
Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Cable, of Davenport. stoied at Col
orado Springs on their return for a
short stay. Mr. Nudlow's health was
great y improved by the trip. f
JOURNEY OF THE EX-PRESIDENT.
Harrison Sprmls Sunday at rittuburg
with an Old Friend.
FIT" sBI Kg, March e. Ex-President Har
risou left Washington Saturday at 4:04 on
a speiial train. He was accompanied to
the station by Acting Secretary of State
Whan on. Secretary cf the Treasurv Fo.
ter, Secretary of War Elkius, Secretary of
the Xt vy Tracy, Secretary of Agriculture
Rusk, Postmaster General Wanamaker
and A torney General Miller. The cabinet
iii.Lt-r. who iue exception of tretary
-oo:e. were accompanied by their wives.
The e-presi.K-nt's immediate nanr mn.
prised Mr. and Mrs. McKee. their children,
Benjamin and Mary McKee, Lieutenant
Parke- and Assistant Private Secretary
imuoii, i-osiniasier tietier.il Wanamaker
l.ft-MMCniricciice Behind Him.
The party arrived here t 8 a. m. yester
day at d the ex-nrrbident snpnt tW
with t le playmate of his youth, college
iuuuj, melons inena ana lornier pastor,
Rev. J. P. K. Kumlcr. nf Vj.U
Tresb terian church. He said in conver
sation wun tne minister -i am to leave
magni icence behind me." Harrison attend
ed sen ices at his friend's church which
wascriwdetL and aft-r tho urrliv.
' ivj vina
conclu led a few people who ' knew the dis
tinguished traveler pressed forward and
uuu uauus witn mm. During the after
coon u number of nrnminnnt T;tt. ).,.-
people called nt the Kumler residence and
luu n.eir respects to tne ejt-president.
Future riann of Uarrison.
Imniediau-lv aftir hi nmnl ,t nj,-,.
' ....... v u.unu-
apolis, in company with Assistand Passen
ger At ent Boyd of the Pennsylvania Rail
way ct mpany, Harrison will go duck hunt
ing on the Kankakee river. After this
recreation tLe f-r-r.rei.ipnt win
quietly at his home in Indianapolis, secur
ing a laucn-neeaea rest, ills engagement
with the Leland Stanford
ifornia, he says, will require only about
uue ixontn oi ms lime out ol each year.
Duricir this Ifrm ho trill tolir.
on international law and jurisprudence.
Mill rite a Hook Nest Winter.
Durias next winter thp pv.n.iilcni -;u
devote hts time to writing a book. This
i . , . .. .
uook, .ar. namsoB says, will relate spe
cially to a number of important matters
connected with his administration that the
public have not fully understood. They
Art. )lUlT- nf Cllr.li s n - , . I. . . .
withstanding their importanc,theywill not
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intention by this means to make clear cer
tain things of which tbe public is now in
ignorance on account of misapprehension.
At 5 c 'clock the party returned to their
train, where they remained. At 10 o'clock
last ni jht the journey to Indianapolis was
Card of Thanks.
We take the present occasion to
publicly express our thanks to our
neighbors and friends. Also the pu
pils of the Fifth grade, Building No.
6, for their kind assistance and sym
pathy during our late bereavement.
M .MRS. w. jr. I OCHKAX.
Wants to Get Out of Office.
N'EW YORK. March 4. Colonel John R
Weber, superintendent of immigration at
tiu post, sent a letter of resignation to
Secretary of the Treasurv Carlisle TMtpr.
day asiing him to appoint a successor on
or oetc re Aiarca xa.
"I always let a cold e as it
corner one says: which means that
he ove rworks the system in getting
rid of a cold, rather than assist it by
using Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup.
The Weather Forecast.
F"or the next 36 hours, fair todav.
cloudy Tuesday with probable light
rain ii the evening; growing warmer
with easterly winds.
"F. J. Walz, Observer.
The great value of ilood's Sarsapa
rilla as a remedy for catarrh is
voucl ed for by thousands of jieople
whom it has cured.
For Townnuip Collector.
I here bv announce myself a candidate for the
office ol tffwnship collector subject to tbe action
of the dsntccratic city townh!p convention, and
refpec'fally tolicil the endorsement of my
friends to that end. B. H. Kisbili..
Burtis Opera House,
Wednesday, March 8th,
Pree ting the Genuine ftaee Wonder The
Nautical Pa torn mic Comedy.
Ucder the marag niett of
Frimrose & West. '
A e et Cast of riaror.
All Original Ideas.
A0T Z Ho"? of O'C0"' or' by n e onllch'. The
th,mes- Tte fercuJe. The hide.
AcT.,,.TKallw:,y,,n'1 S caw ship Dock. The de
tective. A fatal Letter. Scene 3 Off for
France, Ihe Octapu. -8 BcllV The
The hevolving Ship in thij cone Is a 03der in
S'aire i nvntlun 1
AcT,II,. Safe on ,ne French Coast. . Meart too
...iiuuuMi,s Jicrry-making in Celebration
of the Kctcue.
Dmingr the action of 'he pliyihf celehritcd
U laker City quartette. Mcfr. Fieri. Ern.ct
lianfon. and r ham; I.. O Mettler. the world
niuen iiniuiior. aim a coet or "prci i ties
Seats now at Fluke's, tl, 73c, 50c. S5c.
Tbe cnl v tu Crean. rf Tartar Powder - A mmonia; Xc .V.itn
Qurtis Opera House,
Friday, March 10.
Inicl Event o' the S.a on.
The CiiK Aeio Okchestka.
I'nder the I caderghi t of
y J? el
d tSKis Great Band of Unrivalel a5 CT
vO Muaidana. "DO
Agses Thomson, Soprano.
Trices 5i.S0.f 1. 75c, SOc. Sct sale at Fluke's
Monday morning. Te'cphoae No. 20
Harper's THeatre,. "
J. E- Montrose. Manacer
Saturday Eve., Ma-ch 11.
The Grrateat American TUr,
oiM) Perforniaiu-es 5 i.
by A. C. GUNTER. Author of "Mr. Katncs
of New Tork,-' elc.
-THE VENETIAN PALAZZO."
With a Tiew or tbe Orand Canal bT Moonli-ht
THE HOTEL AT FOLKESloNE,
THE EXGLISH CHANNEL, and the
HARBOR AT BOULOGNE, TBANCK.
Trtee-a tl. 73c, EOc, 25c; teau on sale at Harper
house drug stor Harch S, y
Buy ronr N iavi remedy of the old estattifhed
firm. p r boa. We are aloo sole ajents for
Dr. hpiio gMeen'e Liteft Remedy.
Good salary or eomminion to agents Bu Jk and
coteultation free. Call on or ddre.
Tb waaREN Broth Co.
Boom 15, Diitoe Block, Daventwrt.
Svs ii I F WBy
vtn nu mm
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will kef p fire all nint with soft coal;
will not cas or smke; heavy s'eel hoely;
lare ash pin. Cull i.r.d cximioe this
woudciful stove sold y
The Verdict of Great Artiets
In Favor of the
From a large number of letters in posse eioa of
the macu'scturm Indorsing the superiority of
the Kimhail riano c mention the following well
known mnetc'acs who have uacd and recommend
sip. Tomirno, "IC. Sarasate,
Max Alrary. " Oride Musln,
S . Eel I'utnte. Behrenr,
Pip. Arditi. P. 8. Gilmore.
Eniil FischeV, A. D Novellis.
tif. Kcroti. '. Emil Liebiina-.
S c. KeTelli. Cha. Kunkel.
vicmencne ae ere, v . v, bcfeDoeca
And many other prominent musicians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsfd by the collective
cenius and authorities of tt wor'.d may b found
in large Tariety.tfgethertrith the Kimball, Reed
ana Portable pipe o-gaos, as well as well as the
celebra ed Hallet A Ivsrig sad Emerson pianos of
cbesper make, at the warctooms of
Spring Jackets are here.
We will be pleased to
have you call this week
and make selection; we
begin prices at a first
rate Jacket at
8haf Fries J-sonable
B-for buying ,;5'J
It uill pay you
our !i-w arriv-al!
Ladies' Calico W
are i. .' ....
this class of i.
Mac. 'oid:ca. -Furscfa-Madi.
Heating and Ventilating f ngmeers
Gas and Steam fitting,
coatple-te lu- oi iJ:;r. Brkbc Gtie-eii.. i'rtciiii, ;.,
Fire Brick Etc. L-are! ani b-8t e-quuin
- eBtabli8hment weet of Ohn ai-.
DA.VI aiAjijU. Moline, 111.
1 la. 114 West Serer-Te-itt
Reirlnce Telethon ' "v
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Stere and Billiard Parlor.
Always on haaa the finest brands of domestic
and imported c it-are. All brandp of tnharrA.
Tbe .core of ail the ball camea will be reretvrt
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Arecne.
Mimro, De-Eue & - Anderson.
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Batei
226 Alarket Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
K0HN & ADLEB. Market Squsi
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and ' Builder,
OfEce and Shop Comer 8eventeeBth 8 ' '; T?,,,.If Tc'd
0FhU -ind of carpenter work $pectti. ritnt cc nr!Dsr ro V :x.t M-.itK
Lots of nice choice Suits for Men and Boys left, going at a
Many of them at less than one-fourth their actua