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THIS AJUiUS. THUKSDAI, 3L V JvClii .Sl3.
What i IS.V4?
Ixok for 1SD4.
Where is lv) I?
Not 1S!: but 1804.
18iH i-s the ii amber.
104 i the number.
1804 is the number.
1804 is t lie number.
1804 is the number.
1804 can you guess?
Don't worry over .1804.
Abou t Satn rday 1804.
Only a day or two 1804:.
Wonder the nieanirr; of 1804.
Fresh fish at Browner & C'o's.
Fresh !ish tomorrow at Kautz's.
Fresh tish at Kautz's tomorrow.
Fre.-h tUh tomorrow at Kautz's.
Marehin off sale at Simon & Mor-enfeliler".-.
It's mi'in but never mind 101
This was a delicate consideration on
the part of the attorneys that was
probably fully appreciated by the
court. Davenport Tribune.
The Union house furniture will be
sold at public sale, commencing
Tuesday. March 14th, and continu
ing until everything is sold out, sale
commencing at 9 o'clock. Come
early and get your choice. Bids on
the whole outfit will be given first
The or farm committee of the
board of supervisors and State's At
torney Searle yesterday adjusted
matters with the Galva pump firm,
whose pump on the poor farm was
not satisfactory. The firm puts in
the pump on a trial of 3) days and
guarantees it for one year.
It seems to be Koehler against the
field for the republican city clerk
nomination. Montgomery and Mc
Donald have pooled their issues and
arc determined to down Koehler, at all
hazards. and it does begin to look as
if Koehler would actually be downed
! bv the convention before the people
dailv at Lloyd
re creom or ice
Spring hats arrivinj.
Try a dish of
Krell & Math's.
Choice California orange:
lirowncr & Co's.
Nice salmon, whiti
bass nt Browner vV: Co's.
Drink Kock Island Brew;
pany's Miienchencr beer.
C:itiT :lle at Will 15. .
get a whack at him this year.
tih and black !
j Tht New Railway.
at J A Springfield dispatch state.-
i articles of incorporation of
'I Saturday only.
been promised for
past, the Chicago,
K a i 1 a y c o m pa n y ,
I lis- oiiice .of the
It is proposed to
c instruct a railway from a point in
Cook comity on the western limits of
Chicago, in a southwesterly and
westerly direction through the coun
ties of Cook. Du Page. Will, Kendall.
railway which ha
two or three year:
Joliet & Western
have been tiled in
secretary of state,
Bureau. Putnam, Stark,
1804 is a long time back
won i oe mucti longer oetore. f i.a.
ll iv v.oi n..n the n.n-.lni It Uienry, Knox, Mercer. Warren. Hen-
is a daisy, l.lovil Ji Stewart.. : ,Urson and Bock Island, to the Mi?
ii.... .' . '.i.i... JX.Hsipffr .river, with such extensions
i.. i v,ii si-i-ii tin- wittrsi siii- igrr I ' . f
now rca.lv at Lloyd iV Stewart's.
i);:rga;,is i l men's suits, and
pants, at Simon fc Mosenfeldcr's. '
L. D. Mndge. the Taylor Kidge
merchant, was in the citv today on
s off the dollar on cas
Johnson's. Friday and
tors at Will K.
Order your bottled beer from the
Kock Island Brewing Company. Tele
John Kanosky is talked of for
alderman by the democrats of the
Take a well filled purse and carry
off some of the Unrgain at Simon &
Coming the Mendelssohn Quin
tette Tuesday. March 21. Benefit
nf the Y.M.C.A.
Immense bargains in boys' knee
punts suits and odd pants at Simon
Fsnoy California apricots, pears
and peaches $1.0 per dozen at
Brow ner & Co's.
No winter goods to be carried over
not if half-price will close them, at
Simon & Mosenfeldcr's.
-Harvey JiaJi'r.luirTiolir.Jiis beauti
ful residence on Kim street to Jacob
Kamscr. Ttc sale was consummated
through Keidy Bros.
Every cup of coffee, chocolate or
tea made to order and in a moment's
time and served with cream no
milk at .Krel! and Math's.
(4us. Englin. the merchant tailor,
has leaded the More room now occu
pied by H. I). Folsom on Second ave
nue and will move into it as soon as
Mr. Folsom vacates.
Aid. Schroeder took a hint from
the A kg us last night, and came down
town with his overcoat on this morn
ing. It did not prevent his doing
his customary liustliag, however.
Mayor McConochie looks on
Schroeder's anxiety and desperation
with an air that seems very strongly
to suggest that familiar injunction
Irom Faust "I have thee, doctor."
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
pattie shells, cream pie and French
or plain rolls with a good cup of cof
fee, tea or chocolate makes a fine
lunch and Keell & Math have the
William McKniry and wife re
turned last, night from their extend
rwl visit to New Orlran. Kx -Sheriff
Tirury, and wife, of Buffalo Prairie,
who spcut the winter in Louisiana,
lso came home on the same train.
"ThM-wonlcs' party convention at
Moline has renominated Dr. P. H.
Wessel for mayor, C. G. Carlson for
v.lerk. O. F. Anderson for treasurer,
G, M. Ford for supervisor and Ben
ton Davis and A. F. Vinton for assis
DeWitt C. Waugh, well known to
many of the old residents o,' the city,
died in Cincinnati on March 1. lie
was t he leader of Waugh's Cadet band,
one of the city's first musical organi
zations, but of late years had at
tained quite a reputation as a scenic
After the evidence in the case of
Catherine A. Hough against David
Don et al. had been taken in the dis
trict court yesterday morning, the
case was submitted to the judge
without argument by the attorneys.
branches. sidings. turnouts, and
' other connections as may bo neces
"I'l . siirv. The principal otliee is in Chi
! cago. and the capital stock isS.VOOO..
)o.(:i. The incorporators, who are
also the first board of directors, are:
. i m ior. t.. .i..u:u i in. cm ion i . i.
Hatch, John. Davis and David Will-
all of Chicago.
Licensed to Weti.
March 3 Michael Uutt, Cable,
Mrs. Anna Pryce. Cordova; Albert S.
Gould, South Moline, Margaret K.
Kerr. Orion, 111.
4 Herbert A. Kemp. Tampico.
Lizzie Halt, New Bedford: Henry J.
Haase. Pauline Thiessen, Davenport,
la.; William Mardis. Lizzie Sncll,
Illinois City: Paul Bork, Alvina See
t Henry L. Budgford, Anna M.
Vannatta. Buffalo Prairie: Christian
Vogel. Mary Kuhn, Bock Island;
George L. Benson. Alma L. Smith,
Moline, 111.: Nels Anderson, Caroline
A. Palmquist,- Moline; Henry Tom
linson. Preemption, Marie Schroeder,
Kock Island: Frank O. Johnson,
Oheim. 111.. Marv C. Gustafson, Mo
line, 111.; William T. Coyne, Bow
ling. Carrie M. ' Griffith, Rural;
Fraijk H. Schafcr, Flora Trent, Port
Byron; Charles Oscar Hillstrom,
Vendla S. Nelson, Moline: William
Emig, Topeka. Kas., Christine Kede
ker, South Kock Island.
While Hall, who was defeated by Fit z
simmons at New Orleans last night,
had many admirers among the sport
ing fraternity in this city, his rec
ord while on his only visit to Kock
Island was such that he did not have
the sympathy at large that might
have attended him. It will lie re
membered that he succeeded prety
effectually in cleaning out the Kock
Island house and striking terror to
all whom be met.
A new candidate for mayoral hon
ors subject to democratic approval
was developed this morning in the
person of T. J. Medill, Jr., a most
excellent one it is, too. Broad
minded, public spirited, a business
man of sound and excellent judg
ment, a property holder, one who has
always been identified with the city's
advancement, Mr. Medill would
make a model candidate and a model
Off Night Acnin.
The reception committee of the Y.
M. C. A. hj'.'i' arranged for a series of
off night socials, commencing Friday
evening of this week. Musical, elec
trical, curio and art evenings have
been arranged and attractive enter
tainments will be provided. A fea
ture of the programme is that one can
go. spending from half an hour to
the entire evening as best suits their
fancy. All young men are invited
for tomorrow evening. 8 to 9 o'clock.
'I have been using Salvation Oil
for a lame back, and I think it is the
best remedy I have ever used. C. E.
Durling, 15 Central avenue, Lynn,
Card of 1 hanks.
To the members of the Eudora Ke
becah Lodge No. 73, I. O. O. F:
Mr. and Mrs J. II Gairdner extend
their sincere thanks to you for your
kindness in presenting us with a
handsome set of silverware.
The onlv Pure Cream rf Tp.rnr PwrVr - ;- tmmania- v Alnm
Democratic Caucus .
The democratic voters of the town
ship of South Kock Island arc re
quested to meet at the town hall at 7
p. ni. on Saturday, March 18th, for
the purpose of nominating candi
dates for township offices, to be
voted for April 4th. By order of the
Geokge Richmond, Chairman.
mils Opera House,
Friday, March 10.
Musical Event o" the S a off.
The Chicago Okchestka,
Vnder the I eadorshi? of
gT tjis G-cat Bmt or Vn iva'Cit gS,
0 Mnsxiacs. O J
A;nks Thomson, Soprano.
Trice fl.SH. SI. Toe, 50c. Sett pile at Fluke's
Monday morninc. Tc'cphone No. CO.
J- F. Montrose. unt-t
Sa'urday Eve.f March 11.
The 5rptet American Play,
5i !V Fc r f o r m a n c e !
By A. C. GVNTER. Author of "Mr. Barnes
of New York," etc.
'THK VENETIAN TALAZZO."
With a view or thr Orand Canal liy Ioonli!.-bt.
THE HOTEL AT FOLKESTONE,
TI1E ENGLISH CHANNEL, and the
UiRBuK AT BOULOGNE, FRANCE.
Trier 11. T"c. 50c, 25r; rcat rn ale at Harper
nonce drag tor; March 8.
Burtis Opera House,
Saturday, March 11th.
Successful Military Play.
A Fair Rebel.
Original Fourteenth Street
' Theater, N. Y., cast.
and ED. R. MAWSON.
The Great Llbhy rrioa Scene
All Special Scenery
Scats now at Fluke's. SI. 75c 50c. 25c.
This represents ihf
ON TJIK MARKIT.
it htxf td re rnVbiricr ?u face
tban a' y cth r. v crks very e.npy
and with if ih- va hing of a
laige family ca-i b turned out
biiirut nr.'1 e'ean i ' two liour8.
Call :n d rxamitie te Qu-en f
was' t-r.. i-o!d only by
The Verdict of Grat Artieta
In Fnv r of the
KS IV3 BALL
From a large number of letters In posse sion of
the mann'actnrcrs indorsing the mpetiority of
the Kimball riaco we mention the following well
known music'ats who have used and recommend
Si?. Tomifrno, S:p. Sarasate,
Ma AWary. Ovltie Mut-in,
S c Pel Puecte. Behrens,
Pig. Ari:ti. P. S. G'lmorc.
Einil Fischer, A. D. Novel))).
Sip. feroti. Emil Lteblicfr,
S c. Kerelli. i'has. Kankel,
(Jlt mentine de re, w. U. K. a 'CboecK
And many other prominent mns.cians of Enr.
ope and America.
The piano thus indors-d by the col'ectlve
trenina and antborities of the wor'.d but b fonnd
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
an i Portable pipe organs a well as well as the
celebra ed nallet A Davia and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the warerocms 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
come in med'nm and
Wues. green. and' QT
LadiHs- ready 6a
Before byills -ieHWh "
it vill pay you to examij
our n-w ai rivals.
Ladies' Calico Wrappers
ve are hea.ltniarter
this class of guo ls.
'?. . . 'S & fWi f TV A
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eal! Headquarters. -
Buy Tour Viavi remedy of the old established
firm. $1.!V0 p r box. We are also sole agents for
lr. Sptingiitren's LMCst Remedy,
Good salary or commission to agents Bosks and
consultation frpc, Cl' on or aillr-s.
Th Warren Brown Co.
Room 15, Dittoc Block. Davniort.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always oa hand the nucst brands of domestic
and imporsd cisars. All brands of tobacco.
The .core of all the ball pamcs wi1! be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avennr,
Watch this Space
In a Few Days.
F J. YOUG, Proprietor.
1728 Second A v.
Munro, De-Bue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster!
Wholesale and Retail Ba
226 Ahrket Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
K0HN & ADLEK, Market Square.
CONTINUATION OF THE
OF THEIR STOCK OF
At the new location of their shoe store, in the Dart Building, second door from Stewart & Mont
gomery's hardware store, 1804, Second avenue; to thoroughly advertise the new location of our
shoe store the room formerly occupied by Woodyatt's music store,' we shall continue the fire sale
of our shoe stock until every pair of shoes have been sold when we will re-openen with an entire
new stock of the finest footwear the market produces. Every pair guaranteed perfect entirely free
from damage satisfaction in every particular. In order to make quick work of the remaining
stock we are offering Big Bargains provide yourself with a good supply its a splendid op
portunity, Don't miss it.
SHOE STORE, 1804 Second A.
ULOT iING STORE, 1'29 2d Ave , 116 o 120 Eighteenth S:reet.
gThe contractors are buey as bees r -moUalling our Clothing store, the old location -this immense room when fin
ished will be the largest and nrest CI thing store in this vicinity and will he replenished with everything new.
Wait for the Opening of our New Clothing Store.
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