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111K AlUiUS. FIU'DA"!", 31 VhCH 10, 1893.
1 salt' at tho Boston.
Who arc the Mendelssohns?
Bin! seeil 5 cents at Weckle's.
Mendelfsohn quintette March 21.
Tlie Mendelssohns, Tuesday. 21st.
Lila Juel with the Mendelssohns.
Mendelssohn quintette March 21.
Get your tickets for the Mendels-
A niee lino of dried fruits at Souder
Baked beans must ;o at 7 cents at
Fresh cocoanut and bulk olives at
Marchii)j;-olT sale at Simon & Mo
senfelder's. Granulated suyar. 20 pounds forfl
Dried nectarines 15 cents a puund
at Weckle s.
Go to the Boston and see what von
oan buy for 1.
Wait for the Mendelssohns. Keep
March 21 clear.
Now ready for business M. & K.'s
new shoe store.
Nice oranges and bananas at
Browner & Co.'s.
Men's fctrons; seam pants at Simon
A full line of freh vegetables at
Browner fc Co.'s.
Lettuce, celery and soup bunches
at Souder Son's.
Choice oranires. bananas, tis and
dates at Buncher's.
Sweet potatoes at Buncher's Spen
eer square grocery.
Tomorrow $1 will buv lots of
ieather at the Boston.
Coming soon the MendeNsohns
March 21 i their date.
Kadthes. lettuce. onions and eel
cry at Browner & Co.'s.
Krojr les lv t lie dozen at Buncher's
Spencer square grocery.
Look for the M. & K. new shoo
store. 104 Second avenue.
All sizes of oranges anil nice
banana at Souder & Son's.
Iook for the new shot; store. It's a
beauty in every particular.
Misses' lace, conjrress or buckle
shoes only $1 at the Boston.
Canned corn, tomatoes, neas and
succotash 10 cents at Weckle's.
Srf (he misses', bovs' and ehil-
Jn-n's shoes at fl. The Boston.
Ladies" shoes in dony-ola. all solid
think of it $ 1. The Boston.
Wait for the M. & K. new clothinjr
store. It won't be long. Wait for
Fresh celery, lettuce, radishes,
onions and and parslev at Buncher's.
George I stauduhar and wife left
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Ion't buv anv clothinir until the
M. Sr K. open their new clot-hinr
Best patent flour $1.05; half pat
ft f 1 ; siraight S5 cents for sale at
' John O'Neill came down from Chi
cago today and is shaking kands with
Busset Oxfords suitable for house
wear now, later for the street $1.
Knee pants at S, 13. 25. SI) and 50
cents, worth double, at Simon Mo
Good quality (25 cents) men's wool
socks reduced to 17 cents at Simon &
(Jo to the assignment sale of sta
tionery and office supplies at 1815
Lok for the M. & K. new shoe
store and wait for the M. & K. new
A jrrand bonctit hall will be given
tomorrow nirrht at Koche's hall
Tickets 50 cents each.
I. E. Noftsker and Aaron Ander
son returned last night from a short
business trip to Chicago.
John Crubaugh left last night for
Tort Arthur and Winnepeir. Can., to
"be gone a couple of weeks.
Celery, soup bunches, lettuce, Jcr
sev sweet potatoes, rutabagas, par
snips and carrots at Souder & Son's
For sale Three teams, all larjre
heavy, draft horses. Will bo disposed
of at a bargain. Inquire at thi:
Wanted Two unfurnished rooms by
young married couple. If convenient
would like board also. Address XL,
Look at the men's working shirts
Simon & Mosenfelder are selling at
2.r cents Dutch blue, hickory and
A flock of geese was seen flying
south this morning, which mav be
takrn as indicating that the breezes
of winter are not yet all over.
Look over the bargain counter for
a nice boys' suit at Simon & Mosen
folder's. They are going at one-half
price as all odds anil ends have to
From 8 to 10 o'clock is the hour for
the Off Night" at the Y. M. C. A.
this evening. Come and go at your
pleasure. Drop in and see what it is
Travel on 1 he Rock Island bridge
yesterday figured up as follows:
Foot, north 7t)t; south S10; total 1,-
606. Teams, north 547: south 515;
Joseph Dunham, brother of lion,
'harles Dunham, of Geueseo, and
x-post master of that citv. has been
appointed assistant warden of Joliet
penitentiary by t.avornor Aitgeio.
It wasn't hard guessing every
body knew t he mcani ng of the 1801.
It's the new location of the M. A: K.
shoe store in the Dart building, sec
ond door from Stewart & Montgom
ery's hardware store.
M. & K.'s new shoe store, 1801 Sec
ond avenue, will be open for business
tomorrow morning. 1 hey will con
tinue their special sale of shoes until
the arrival of their new spring stock.
Purchase a big supply. It will pay
Cant. George Lamont returned this
morning from Washington, where he
attended the inauguration ceremo
nies, met the president, took in the
sights of the capital city. Mt. Ver
non. Georgetown, Alexandria and
other places of interest, and came
home happv and elated over all he
Miss Jennie Warrick, after having
been the efficient stenographer in
the K. I. & P. general ollices across
the river for several years, and later
the offices of the Moline Plow com
pany, has resigned to accept a posi
tion nearer home. She will enter the
local agency of the Kemington.
Da v e n po r t Deiii oc r a t .
During the closing session of con
gress a back pay bill was passed and
while a description of it has not yet
boon received, there are many in the
citv w ho are inclined io neuevc mat
it involves thelong worked for back
pay for the Bock Island arsenal
workmen, and which was referred to
the court of claims.
A number of -hots in rapid succes
sion were Heard in the vicinity ot
Nineteenth street and Eighth avenue,
between 1:S0 and 10 o'clock last
night, but so far no report has been
made to the police of a trairedv.
omcone must have had a desperate
time despatching a canine or a feline
G. H. Kingsburv has purchased the
latelvassigned stockof M.Lce Gait. and
will make a special sale for one week.
This is your time for bargains in
stationery, etc., as stock must be
all sold by Thursday next. All per
sons loing furnished with magazines
by Mr. Gait will please call at once
and let me know last number re
ceived by them and I will continue
Aids. W. F. Inness, P. A. Kegan
and G. Leins, of Galesbnrg, were in
the city yesterday. The last named
gentleman is a brother of Agent Ed
ward Leins, of the Adams Express
Co., of this city. Their business was
to consult with Atkinson & Oloff and
David Stephens, whom they are anx
ious to have bid on paving contracts,
both firms having given excellent
satisfaction there before.
The democratic voters of the tow n
hip of South Kock Island are re
quested to meet at the town hall at 7
p. m. on Saturday, March lMh, lor
the purpose of nominating candi
dates for township offices, to be
voted for April 4th. By order of the
George Richmond, Chairman.
The taxes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to the undersigned at
Hurst & Donaldson's office in Masonic.
Temple block. Please bring your
last year's receipt, which will enable
the collector to find your description
on the tax books.
Willi am J. Gamble,
Thfi Weather Fore-rant.
The indications for the next 36
hours are, fair weather with but lit
tle change in temperature; brisk
F. J. Walz, Observer.
On Saturdry, March 11, at 9 o'clock
a. m., we the undersigned will open
our new store. We carry a large and
complete line of dry goods, notions
and cloaks, and our aim shall be to
please our customers in every respect.
We cordially invite the public to at
tend our opening on the above
Kli;u, IIaslkk, Schwextskk Dry
Goops Co., Davenport, Iowa.
The honest public sentiment of the
people of the United States is unani
mously in favor of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup". The dealers pronounce it to
be the onlv standard cough remedy.
For Townnhlp Collector.
I hereby announce myeelf a candidate for the
office of township collector unbject to the action
of the democratic city township convention, and
respec'fnlly folicit the endorsement of my
mends lo mai enu. " aibi.a.
For Folic? Magistrate.
I I hereby annonnce tot candidacy for the office
' - i .nhiitrt to the artnrnval nf
' Ml IlWIim uiw-'P-1"' - " . " I '
the democratic city township convention and so
licit the enaoeremeni oi my i: irnu u n u
oidacy. u- c- WiviLt..
or.1v P;ire Crearr cf Tartar Vmaftpr - Ammonia: "KV. Aititn,
HE OU IX NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
, Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchanpe an) thing:
Want te sell household goods
Want tomakesny real estate loans
Wunt to at 11 or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
USK TllfcsE COLUMNS.
flHK DAILY AKGCS DBL1YEKED AT YOU 8
i, door eviry evening lor lSic per week.
ANTED A GOOD COOK AT 1109 SKCXND
?OR S LE A COMPLKTF. BATH OUTFIT AT
a bargain, apply at Ot Third ave.
WANTED A VI KST CLASS COOK. APPLY
at residence of J. U. Wilson, 2tS6 Fifth
ANTED TO RENT A COVTLK OF ROOMS
"v in central I ortion of the city. Address
nORSALE-f'ONFECTIOXERY AND NOTION
J! store, with or without livine rooms, pood
stand, not much money required. .A pply at
1015 Third avonne.
yon sale noi-K island county, on
r valnable nHtent.B'acttcal for husband and wife
to work togtiber. App'.y for particultrs to this
omce, rcbiuar; 24, tit 1U a. m., feharp.
TOST- A rOt'RSTBOOK, EITHER ON THE
J briritre car lice or oa Twentv-third between
Third and Fifth avenues or on Fifth avenue be-
twei n Twen'v-U irrt and T hiitieth. Finder will
be rewarded by leaving at 5A) Thirtieth street.
J. rr) li & e m e n t s .
J. t. MCntrOSe, Manager
Saturday Eve., March 11.
The Greatest Ameriran Play,
i0( Performances 500.
By A. C. Gl'STER. Author of "Mr. Barnes
of New York," etc.
THE VENETIAN PALAZZO,"
With a view of the OTand Canal by Mooalljrht.
THE HOTEL AT FOLKESTONE,
THE ENGLISH CHANNEL, and the
UtRBoK AT BOULOGNE, FRANCE.
Frlee. f 1. Toe. 50e. 25c : rears en sale at Barner
house drag stor i March 8.
Burtis Opera House,
Saturday, Aarch 11th,
Harry P. Mawson's
Successful Military Play.
A Fair Rebel.
Original Fourteenth Street
Theater, N Y., cast.
and ED. R. MAWSON.
The Great Libby Prison Scene
All Special Scenery
Seats now at Fluke's. SI. 75c. 60c, 25c.
Bny Trmr Viavi remedy of the old established
firm. $1.50 p r box. We are also sole agents for
Dr. Springsteen's Latest Remedy,
Good salary or commission to agents Books and
consultation tree, (.an on or aaaress,
Tbc Warren Brows Co.
Room 15, Dittoe Block. Davenport.
This represents the
Best ffaslg Hacliiiie
ON THK MARKT.
it has more rubbing surface
than at y oth-r, works very easy
and with it the wa hing of a
large faruilj' can turned out
blight and ciean i i two hours.
Call at d xamiise te Queen of
was' e-re. old onlj by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In F aver of the
From a large number of letters in posse sion of
the manu'acturers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known musicians who have need and recommend
Adelira Patti, Si. Tompno, Sip. Sarasatc,
Lllli Lehman, Max Alvary. Ovlde Mucin,
Minnie Hank, 8 g Pel Putnte. f. Behrens,
Mmc. Albanl. Sift. Arditi. P. !. Gilmore.
Mme. Nordica. Emil Fischer, A. D. Novellis.
Fursch-Madi, Sig. heroti. Emil Lieblinf,
Mme. Fabri, Sic. Kevclli. fhas. Kunkel,
Clementine de Vt re, W. C. E. Seeboeck
And many other prominent musicians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsrd by the collective
renins and authorities of the wor'.d may be found
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
and Portable pipe otgaes as well as well as the
eclebra ed Ballet & Davis and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the waxeroome of
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnest brands of domestic
and imported ciears. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
3 SOP Second Avenue.
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 Capes ar w
come in r...j.- ' r'
l i Ma, r
blues, Kreen. V
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o U 1 1 b.
Ladies' rea.ly rc6.i.
it will rayyou to j"
our new arrivals.
Ladies' Calico XPu,:,
We are hi.
this class of Soo3s "
1TB H "nrsnr-
Watch this Space
In a Few Days.
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Mmiro, De-Rue & Andcrsoi
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bit
226 Market Squr:
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLER, Market Ed
CONTINUATION OF THE
OF THEIR STOCK OF
At the new location of their shoe store, in the Dart Building, second door from Stewart N Mo
gomery's hardware store, 1804, Second avenue; to thoroughly advertise the new location ot c-l
hnp stnre the room formerly occupied by Woodvatt's music store, we shall continue the tir-v
of our shoe stock until every pair of shoes have been sold when we will re-openen with an ent
new stock ot tne nnest iooiwear xne marKei proauces. tvery pair guaranteea penect entncn m
from damage satisfaction in every particular. In order to make quick work of the remain
stock we are offering Big Bargains provide yourself with a good supply its a splendid cj
portunity, Don't miss it.
SHOE STORE, 1804 Second Aye.
Tr a? IS-
tSUrThe contractors are busy as bees rmodalling our Clothing store, the old location -this immense room tr
ished will be the largest and finest Ch thing store in this vicinity and will he replenished with everything ne.
W ait for the Opening of our New Clothing Store.
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