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THIS AKGtlS. Ti KKHAY. M VICII 7, 1893.
10 cents, cook in;,
oatinir appli1 :(
(J to Gus Englin for
Order your wedding
Krell & Math.
New spring goods have
J. B. Zimmtr's. ..
J. M. Christy, of Des Moines, was
in the city today.
Wanted -A man to chop cord wood.
Apply to L.S.McCabe.
Henry Von Ach, of Andalusia, was
in the city yesterday.
Two nice upright pianos as good as
new at a bargain at Woodyatt's.
Make your own maple syrup and
get your maple sugur from Krell &
It. StiK'khouse and wife left last
night for Chicago on a few days'
Three splendid dwelling houses on
Twelfth street for sale at a bargain
by Keidy Bros."
Does Guard Montgomery fear los
ing his federal job, that he is a can
didate for city clerk?
Two nice upright pianos as good
as new for sale cheap at Woodvatfs,
li'17 Second avenue.
Try our hoarhpv.nd candy for your
vough or cold extra strong Krell
(i Math, confectioners.
apples -J) cfiits
cents p-.-r peck at Arnold'
J. B. Zimnier the merchant tailor,
has just received a large shipment of
t lie latest novelties from tialeshiels.
Mrs. Vbarlew S Lowe has returned
from Thiledelphia where she made a
pleasant visit of three mouths at her
The. Kiug-Hasli'r-Sehwcntser Drv
Goods company, of Davenport, wiil
announce the' exact date of their
Mayor McConoehie and Aid.
Schroeder glared at -ach other in a
ferocious sort of way at last night's
SicTers & Anderson have the con
tract to erect a $3,00J residence on
lwentv-ttnrd street for E. Herren, of
South Rock Island.
The finest domestic goods in wool-
ens can be seen at J. B. Zimmer's,
the merchant tailor, who carries the
most complete line in the city.
Mrs. Henry Curtis returned this
morning from Salt Lake City, where
she attended "a family reunion in
honor of her father's 90th birthday.
Miss Garrie Linilc, of Geneseo, who
has been visiting at the home of Miss
Ethel Luchman, 3012 Fifth avenue,
for the past week, will return home
For sale cheap The Union house
furniture and office fixtures and bar
furnishings and fixtures. Also 100
tons of good ice. A bargain for a
spot cash -buyer. .
Do you wear pants? If so get a
pair of Columbia pants at J. B. Zini
mer, the merchant tailor. The name
Columbia is woven in the goods. It
is quite a novelty. You are invited
to call and see the goods.
It is understood that the A. V. A.'s
have demanded of Mayor McCono
ehie that he put all his ante-election
pledges to them in writing this year,
past experience having demonstrated
to them that he sometime's "forgets11
The family of the late George B.
Browner desire to publicly express
Hieir gratitude to, and appreciation
of. .the Modern Woodmen of America,
and more particularly to Camp No.
29, for the prompt and satisfactory
manner in which his insurance in the
ordr -wjs paid.
A: Counter, author of "Mr. rot
ter, of Texas," is one of the most
wifloly jknown novelists of the day.
His plays tell a story well, and his
noVels dramatize readily as his
stre-ngth lies in rapid action, dra
matic incidents and strong characters
it familiar types.
Gus Enjrlin, the merchant tailor.
has just received a large invoice of
the finest line of spring suitings ever
brougkt to -this city. Connoisseurs
who have seen the stock are delighted
and declare that it is without excep
tion the best assortment it has been
their fortune to select from.
Miss Ella Nordstrom, a student at
Augustana college, and whose home
is in ltockford, died at sn early hour
this morning, after an illness of only
four days, of typhoid fever and heart
trouble, aged i9 years. The services
were held in the college chapel at 4
o'clock this afternoon and the re
mains will be taken to ltockford to
morrow for interment.
Articles or incorporation
wcei sprinzs Dist lin.r
at 1610 Second avenue, where its
election of officers will be held on
When A. C. Gunter's novel, "Mr.
Potter, of Texas," made its sensa
tional hit, several New York mana
gers remembered that a play of that
name h id been offered them by Gun
ter. Cf course they immediately
made p -oposals to produce the play,
but Guntcr had made so much out of
the novel that he was able to produce
the play himself with a success that
is well known.
The company presenting "Mr. Pot
ter, of Texas," this season includes
such well known names as Henry
Weaver. Jr., Stella Boniface, J. B.
Everha n, Millie Cecile James, Geor
gia Murray Busby, Stephen Wright,
Hugh Gibson, Guy Nichols, Harry
Brinsley and others, insuring a capi
tal peiformance of "the Greatest
American play." It is to be seen at
Harper's theatre Saturday evening.
THE RELIEF SOCIETY.
The Wo:k oTllie Lailip 'Industrial Organi
zation Daring the Past Mouth.
The ladies Industrial Relief
society held its regular monthly
meeting Saturday at 8:30 p. m. in the
old High school building. Miss Marv
Long a id Mrs. Atkinson were ap
pointed ward managers in the lower
SeventL ward. Miss Clara Lyman
was appointed assistant ward mana
ger in the Sixth ward.
The First ward reported one-half
ton of coal and clothing valued at
The Second ward reported one-half
ton of coal and clothing valued at
i he j. hint ward reported eight
families assisted, groceries $5.60,
meat 2o cents, two and one-half ton
of coal und clothing valued at $13.
The Fourth ward reported three
lamuies assisted; groceries, ?t.lo;
four pa r of shoes; one-and-one-half
tous of coal; clothing, 13.40.
The Fifth ward reported clothing
valued at 4.o0.
The Sixth ward reported four fam
iin-s usmsicu; groceries, ?u.i; one-
half ton of coal; clothing, $2.80.
1 ne .seventh ward reported tive
families assisted; clothing, $3: one
load of wood; groceries, $1.63.
The ward and relief committee re
ported four families assisted to gro
ceries and -meat, and furnished the
county doctor for one family.
Donations in clothing have been
received from the following per
sons: Mesdames Gilpin .Moore, Wells,
W. S. Marquis, Haverstick, Bahnsen,
C. J. Dart.
It is rot the custom of the society
to pnoiisn tne names of tax of its
beneficiaries, but as man- have cen
sured the society for not giving their
am ai tne time ot the sorrow and
trouble in the home of Mrs. Anna
Hodgsor.we feel that it is due the
ladies of the society to make the fol
lowing statement of assistance ren
dered them at that time: Five dol
lars; claik, $2.50; clothing, 50 cents;
two pair new mittens, 60 cents; two
pair new stockings, 50 cents; three
pair of new shoes, $3.45; groceries,
$3.25. And we wish to sav in con
nection with this, that the family
have been receiving help from the
society throughout the wimter.
The treasurer's report shows for
the month ending Feb. 28, $85.65 ex
pended. L. D. Mixtek, Sec.
. A Hammer.
In vie v of the fight for city clerk
among 1 he republican brethren, it is
safe to presume that their caucus in
the Fifth ward will even eclipse that
of the democrats this spring. In that
event it will have to be a wildly hil
arious aid boisterous gathering.how
ever, if 1 he democrats should keep up
their past record.
The democratic voters of the town
ship of South Kock Island are re
quested to meet at the town hall at 7
p. m. on Saturday, March 18th, for
the purpose of nominating candi
dates for township offices, to be
voted for April 4th. By order of the
townshi 3 committee.
Gkorge Richmond, Chairman.
a lovi Jcton (y.j paper tliat has been
making the inquiry states that V2S babies
bora in tl at viciaity since the first of the
year have been aatned for Mr. or Mrs., or
Ruth Cle el.ind, or John G. Carlisle.
Rev. W F. Leahy was Rent by Bishop
O'Farreil of New Jersey, to read a notice
of expulsion of the priest to the people of
the Roma u Catholic church at Swedes
burs;, but -he.recalcitrant priest, Treacy .and
his brother with the help of the sheriff re
fused to allow the notice to be read, not
withstanding it was the order of Satolli,
papal legate in America. .
"Our baby was sick and wc bought
one bott!e of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
of the. and were pleased with it. It did the
baby a great deal of good. William
1 O vvui pailt
were tnea in the office of the countv . Thomnsc n. McKeesport. Pa.
recorder yesterday afternoon. The'
capital stock of the company is $16,. ANNOUNCEMENTS.
500, divided into shares of $100 each
The sfcnckhnlW r t w:, t I or Township Collector.
in in. ii' . . .......
r-.u,, r T- ,t r , i ntreoy iT.nouo.ee mysell a canriaate ior me
iann, c. irejuan, Ji. W. Resler, office of tos-nshtp collector subject to the action
Edward Kahn and J. A. Frevhan ' f the demrcratlc city township convention, and
t lat end.
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..... . , o vi . vni y i irienas to t
endorsement of my
B H. KiiBUL.
wo"'-T r' lartar vwAr . Atnmonia "N M jm
urtis Opera House,
Wednesday, March 8th,
Presetting the Genuine Stace Wonder-The
Nautical Pa: toin'mic Comedy,
Under the management of -r
rimrofc & West.
A Great Cast of Tlayere.
All Original Ideas.
ACTJ HoJ??- of O'Conror'a by it conlicht. The
Sk ''jy ll,imes. Tto ScreLade. Tue hide.
T uc Unae.
Act II. Railway and Sican ship Dock. The de
tective. A fatal Letter. ctceneS Off for
Wreck Octapus. "8 Bcllg,-' The
The Revolving Ship In this ccn Is a wonder in
act III. Safe on the French Coast. Mearts too
I.uiht to sink Merry-making in Celebration
of the Heecue.
Diiiinjr the action of the play the celebrated
Qiaker City qnartette. Messrs. Fieri. Krnest
lianson. aud or ham; I.. O. Mettler. the world
imiuiiur, ana a nop t ox arwcivtp
Seats now at Fluke's, tl, 75c, 50c. 45e.
urtis Opera House,
Friday, March 40.
Musical Event o' the S'-on.
The Chicago Ouchkstka.
Vnder the I eadershi? of
KHi Great Band or Unrivaled fif
Agnes Thomson, Soprano.
Price J1.S0, Ji, 75c, 50c. Seat sale at nnke
Monday morning. Te'ephoac No. 30.
J. E. Montrose, Mnac?r
Sa:urday Eve., March 11.
The Greatest American Play,
500 Performanees ." i.
By A. C. GUNTER. Author of "Mr. Fa-nes
of Sew Tort," etc.
THB VENETIAN PALAZZO,"
With a view or the Orand Canal by MoonUpbt.
the hotel at folks stone,
THE ENGLISH CHANNEL, and the
I1ARBOK AT BOULOGNE. FRANCE.
Prices tl. 75c, BOc, 25e : scats on sale at Harper
house drug ston March 8.
Buy your Viavi remedy of the old established
fli m. tl.50 per box. We are also sole sent for
Pr. Springvieeo'e Latest Iiemedy,
consultation free,- Call on or address.
ths Wikbii Brows Co.
Room 15, Dittoe Block. Davenport.
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SbVWl i Mitt
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
teep fire all night with soft coal;
will not eas or smke; heavy steel bod?;
laric ash par. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold hy
The Verdict of Great Artists
Iu Fxvcr of the
From a large number of letter in posse sion of
the macn'actnrers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimhall Piaco we mention the following well
known mnpic'acs who have used and recommend
Adelioa Patti, Sig. Tompno, S:g. Sarasate,
Lllh Lehman, Max Alvary. Ovide Mnsln,
Minnie Hauk, S g. Del Puente. c. Behrens,
Mmc. Albanl. 8ig. Ardlti, P. S. Gilmore,
Msae. Nordica. Etnil Fischer, A. D. Novellis.
Fursch-Madi, Big. reroti. Emil Lleblingr,
Mme. Fabri. Sic. Kevelli. Chas. Kunkel,
Clementine de Vrre, W. C E. Seecoeck
And many other prominent musicians of Eur.
epe and America.
The piano thus indorstd by the collective
genius and authorities of the wcrld may be found
in large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
end Portable pipe o.-caos ' well as well as the
celebra ed Ballet A Davis sn Cmeraon pianos of
cneaper make, at the warerooms of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
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
Spring Cap,s are her.,,
come in med'nm ..V
- a n i.
Ladies' ready m., . .
Before bnyiila els '
Ladies' Calico W
w" are Lead
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tuts ciasa oi goods.
Heating and Ventilating Engine.
Gas- and Steam Fitting,
a compete hn- oi jJ:pt. Bras Goods, r'ackit huv
Fire Brick Etc. L-arest nni bBi fquu.pen
. establifihment Ohivago.
OAV1B aujijii. Jttoline, 111.
1 1 a. 1 14 West SeT6n:et nth t
Telephone 1 1 4&. Rouiu
Refdnoe Teleohon ' i
-Base EaD Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand tee finest brands of domestic
and imporujd cigars. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe score of all tbe ball camea wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenne.
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail
226 Market Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN St ADLER. Market Square.
B. F. DeGEAJR, ;
Contractor and Builder.
Office and Shop Corner SeTenteeatb 8t . . "D t.rL Tel:';
nr AM kinds of carpenter work a tpeelaltT. Flans ana estlmatee for all kinds of bc'.M!io
fnmlshM on aonHcatior
lll jj il
Lots of nice choice Suits for Men and Boys left, going at a
mere song. Many of them at less than one-fourth their actual
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