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TME AJmi'S. VEDyESDAl't M1CH 15, 1895.
!?5jr your takes thin week.
Xtauocratic primaries tonight.
St- Patrick's hall at Armory hall.
"31m? Mendelsohns next Tuesday.
Thr Mendelssohns next Tuesday.
The Mendelssohns noxt Tuesday.
The JklendeJssohns next Tuesday.
'The Mendelssohns next Tuesday.
The Mendelssohns next Tuesday.
The Mendelssohns next Tuesday
The Mendelssohns next Tuesday.
'The Mendelssohns next Tuesday.
"The MendelRsoSms next Tuesday.
Attend your want i Hiieus tonight.
Celluloid rosetts at the Oolum-
Korainatr the right kind of men to
See the great wolf scene tomorrow
Shamrocks 5 and 10 cents tip at the
Twelve china marbles for 1 cent at
tc Columbia. 1
Slvawl straps rom 5 eents up at
St. Patrick's ball Friday evening
ad Armory hall.
Try a dish of ice croom or ice at
ICrell & Math's.
Sec the Mount Saint Bernard dogs
Set the imported Russian ponies
"Vesper Hells" will be heard at
Harper's theatre this week.
Vtsper Hells" at Harper's theatre
Thursday and Friday evenings.
Onlv one day more of bargains at
Salt Void xtKnd. 1815 .Second avenue.
Tomorrow is I he last day of the
rrt. sacrifice sale at (alt's old
Shirt maker.- manted at Tri-City
;"liirt Factory over loosley's crockery
Do r.ot miss the bargains to be had
the sacrifice sale at 1815 Second
Mrs. 1. 11. Hurgh left this morning
jfer Clinton, la., on a short visit to
St. Patrick s Benevolent society s
jjrud ball at Armory hall on Friday
nrening. March 17.
An entertainment and concert will
Se riven at Turner hall Sunday night
rm the (Jcrmnn languag.
W. T. Tindall. Frank Tindall and
.Joseph Kitvpatrick are at Boston
2Uy on a hunting expedition.
W. Waldrcii of Lafa3"ette, Ind.
was in the city last night, the guest
of his friend. II. 11. McMuIlen.
K- r.- .Sweeney has sol-t nis resi
dence, in Elgewood -Piwk to Prof. 1'
Sioblom of A'agtistarcT eollejre for
The tiguroj in yesterday's transfer
or Jvoester Jlar.ua. of the Col burn
"Drorertv on Thirtv-eijrhth street
fcverv cup it eollec, chocolate or
Am made to order and in a moment';
TRxie and sorveti witn cream no
rmill. xt Krell and Math's.
This is-the last week for t he par
tnvnt of tn vcii to Collector Gamble-
SSrcrv man should attend to this little
jBaltcr without further delay, and
t costs. ' .4
or sale cheap ine union house
laraiturc and office fixture; and bar
ifcuTiishinjrK and fixtures. Also 100
Sens of good ice. A .bargain for
spot cash buyer.
In 'Vcsner HelU" to be presented
at Harper theatre on Thursday and
Fridmy eveHtfifrs, Manager Montrose
Iras etnircdui of the finest attrac-
touns on tfcoMrijnil. -
Gems f literature and Gems of
Art" is the title of an artistically il
Tvtratrd Washington almanac for
JIW3 which itt lteing distributed with
te"comp!inien.stf Hayes and Cleave
The. Misses.-; Broiling of Davenport
and the rmising young baritone.
Srd Teal, of Molme, will assist at
t& Jones musical family matinee at
Stonier hall on Saturday afternoon
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs
pmUit- slurlU. jjream pic and French
jwplain rolls wftti a good cup of cof
5lr, tea or chocolate makes a fine
Ifcxwh and Keell & Math have the
inr great ana original Muss
Adaias. Hie famous skirt dancer who
rtais s salary of $500 a week, is with
the Gray & Stephens company to be
Harper's theatre tomorrow
s- i atricK. s lienevolent society
wishes it distinctly understood that
Kheir regular annual ball will beheld
jst Armory hajl on triday evening
Starch 17. Supper will be furnished
ay the Santa Maria society
. K. Kunuin, route agent of the
JWams Express company is now com
rwtabty scttkul in his new quarters
r uie Adams ouice in this city. Mr
"Kan kin's headquarters were formerly
The only Pure Cream cf Tartar
n Savanna, but will hearafter be in
Everts Comnianderv No. IX, Knights
Templar, has accosted the invitation
of Rev. R. F. Sweet, S. T. !.. to at
tend services at Trinity church
Easter evening. St. Simon of Cyrene
commander" of Davenport will be in
vited to attend also.
The Moline citizens" ticket is com.
posed of W. C. Bennett for mavor;
Charles G. Carlson for clerk: J. B.
Oakleaf for attorney ; C. V. Lundahl
for treasurer; M. Y. Cadv for super
visor and George li. McKinley and
Al Vinton for assistant supervisors.
The funeral of the late John Zimroe.r
occurred from the home on Twenty
second street at 9 o'clock this morn
ing to St! Mary's Catholic church.
Rev. Father Kopf .officiating. It was
quite largely attended, the interment
being made in the tjatnonc cemetery.
E. J. Nally, of Chicago, assisaant
general superintendent of the Postal
Telegraph company, is in the cm to
day. He paid a visit to Local Mana
ger Winchester.and also arranged for
changing the location of the office of
the company at Moliue and at Daven
port. A brakeman on the Rock Island
road, whose home is ' in Iowa City,
started for this city last night and
turned up in this city today with
his face all battered up and his nose
broken, but didn't know where he
got hurt. Dr. Sala dressed his
Timothv O'Connell of Milan, was
arrested by Deputy Sheriff Briggs to
day and brought into the county
court where informal ion " had been
tiled against him charging ham with '
assault and battery on Enos Ailes
while working on the Tower line last
summer, lie was released on wnus
and will have his hearing later.
A bill of sale given by George
Barker to P. L. Mitchell on a chattel
mortgage of $3,178 was tiled in the
recorder's office last evening. The
bill of sale is for $2,500 and includes
the teams, wagons, tools, ice and ice
houses belonging to Mr. Br.rkcr.
Mr. Mitchell now has charge of the
business and is desirous of disposing
The Amateur Musical club gave its
fifth Beethoven recital at its delight
ful rooms in Krell & Math's building
yesterday afternoon. An entertain
ing program was presented to which
Mrs. Kohn, Miss Cady, Mrs. Bishop,
Miss Beatrice Koehler, Mrs. Simon,
Mrs. Kimball, Mrs. Allen, Miss Huey
and Mrs. Marshall contributed their
talent. Mrs. Kimball's selection re
ceived an encore, to which she re
The Chicago Tribune of yesterday
devotes two columns to Illinois can
didates for federal positions under
the new administration, and among
those mentioned under the head of
Rock Island not heretofore published,
is V. M. Blanding for minister to Bo
gota. Central America. Like the
other Rock Island candidates for
recognition under the democratic ad
ministration Mr. Blanding will prob
ably get there.
Frof. E. B. Swift of Rochester, N.
Y,, Observatory, will deliver two of
his brilliantly illustrated lectures in
the High school assembl- room on
Thursday and Friday evenings. Prof.
Swift is in charge of the Rochester
observatory a;nd is an astronomer
and microseopist of high rank. In
order that all pupils may have an
opportunity to hear these lectures
the price of admission has been placed
at 15 cents. Course tickets for the
two entertainments 25 cents.
Here is what Peter Cooper, who
died worth millions, said of a news
paper: In all towns where a news
paper is published, every man should
advertise in it, if nothing more than
a card, stating his name and the
business he is engaged in. It does
not only pay the advertiser, but it
lets the people at a distance know
that the town in which you reside is
a prosperous community of busi
ness men. As the seed is sown, so
the seed recompenses. Never pull
down your sign while you expect to
We understand that arrangements
have been made whereby the trial of
the action for criminal libel brought
by the Cherry sisters against Mr.
Davis of the Gazette will be held at
Greene's opera house next Tuesday
night before Judge "Whittam, and that
the jurors will occupy the boxes and
the case be submitted after the per
formance. If this is true it will un
doubtedly be one of the most humor
ous and ludicrous scenes ever wit
nessed on any stage ana win araw a
crowil that w"ill test the capacity of
the theatre to the utmost. Cedar
They're Particular at Johnstovu.
JOHXSTOWX, Pa., March 15. Antonio
Astoria, who moved hia trunk from one
boarding house to another on Sunday has
been fined $4 and costs for desecrating the
(Jure for rheumatism or neuralgia
Buy a 25 cent bottle of Salvation Oil
and use it according to directions.
It will cure the worst case.
Powder No Ammonia: K- Mom,
The democratic voters of the town
ship of South Rock Island are re
quested to meet at the town hall at 7
p. nuon Saturday, March 18th, for
the purpose of nominating candi
dates for township - offices, ' to be
voted for April 4th. By order of the
township committee. ,
Geokge Richmond, Chairman.
fl"nrtic flnorQ Unnco
Dm no upbiu iiuuou)
. Friday Eve,, March 17th.
L uise Leslie Carter
and the original cart and production in David Be-la-co's
Operatic Srcce", with Audran's
"Miss Helyeti '
aijd the lrndoi', Pari? and New York Sentntion,
Miss Lottie Collins
in tier famous cnaiion,
Feat ffle at Fluke's Tiusday meruing, March
lttb. lelepnonc xo. '.'ti
Prices 5:.W), $1.00. 7, 53 and 2f eon?
E- Montrose, Manager.
THURSDAY and J
In the Picturesque Comedj-Prair a, NEW
Intraductal! their wonderful St. Bernard
In : Dogs, e. Prince and bruno: tucir mas-
five: tiu I.eo ami Dike;their bull terrier.
Acts: Wa.ior. Towser. Nrd, etc: their Kussian
ponies. Bill Nve, Nellie Blje and Jim
Keilly, and the pet lamb, Cymbelme.
A Great Cast, including the charmtrg little ac
trese, Minnie Oscar Gray, supported by
a first clars company.
THE GREAT ADAMS Whose dancing eclipses
tbatorCarmencita, From the principal
theatres of London and Par e.
The beautiful Ecg;th Slirt Dancer.
Nellie THE HKALYS -John. :
The Greatest exponent f Black-face Character
in America. A onoaaor scenery.
See the great Lighthouse scene, the Tcrrioc At
aiaocne, me rranntic picioie 01
fee if there arc a few more seats left at the
Harper Bouse Pharmacy. Prices 75c, 50c,35c,25c.
Burtis Opera House,
MATINEE AND NIGHT;
SUNDAY, MARCH 19TH.
The AL,. GK FIELD
(VI instrels :
40 Peerless Celebrities 40
of the highest grade.
Grand Spectacular First Part
FRANK -hi. McNISH,
(The Original) Silence and Fan.
The Laughable Burlesque,
The Dark town Races,
Or, Am rlca diecorcrlng Columbus, and
many othey novel features.
Grand Concert at 2 and 7 P. M.
Prices i, 75, 50 and 25c. Ladies best seats
50c to matinee .
THE WARREN BROWN CO
has exclusive aale of
the greatest vegetable compound which la reeo2
nized by all ladiea who have tested its merlta. as
tne most practical, scientific ana reliable remeojr
oj tne age. io mose wno wwn
remedy same will be furnished at $1. 0 per box.
Call at oBVe, room is.Ditvne Block, corner
Third and Brady, Davenport.
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-open 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 -STOKE, 1804 Second
gf-The contractors are busy as bees remodelling our Clothing store, the old location -this immense room when fia
ished will be the largest and finest Ch thirg store in this vicinity and will h replenished with everything new.
Wait for the Opening of our New Clothing Store.
r . a. a, . .....
This represents the
Best Hog nine
ON THE MARKET.
it has more rubbing surface
than ai y oth-r, works very easy
and with it the wa hing of a
large family can b inrned out
blight anf clean in two hours.
Call ai d -xaniire tlie Queen cf
was re. toia oniv dv
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large number of letters in possesion of
the manufacturers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known mus'.c'ars who have nsed and recommend
Adelina Patti, Sig. Tomapno, Sig. Sarasate,
Ltlli Lehman, Max Alvary. Ovide Musln,
Minnie Hank, S g. Del Pnente. O. Bohrens,
Mme. Albant. Sig. Arditi. P. S. Gilmorc.
Wme. Nordica. Emil Fischer, A. D. Novellis.
Fursch-Madi, 8ig. Peroti. Emil Ltebling.
Mme. Fabri. Sig. Revelli. tliaa. Kunkel,
Clementine dc Vre, W. C E. Seeboeck
And many other prominent musicians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsid by the collective
eenius and authorities of the world mav be fonnd
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Beed
mi Portable pipe organs as well as well as the
celebrated Ballet Davis and Eaeraon pianos
and many o'her cheaper makeaat the ware room a
D. ROY BOOT'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alwaya on hand the finest brands of domestic
and tmponed ciaars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi1! be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue.
Large a soi tm an t of LadieB
Calico Wrappers just in
well made and styles good.
We show this week a hand
some assortment f Ladifs'
Capee; speciil values at
Note the Low Prices:
1 cent a yanl anl up.
From tiSc to 3.2S.
CLTS AND SAUCERS
-10c to -15c per sot.
TGI LET SETS
6 pieces, tl.OS.
10 pieces, 2.75.
12 pieces, 4.75.
ROCKINGHAM TEA TOTSv
25c to 40c.
All Dress Goods at cost.
5c a box tip.
1728 Second Av,
Munro, De-Bue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Sour Mash Whisky
CLOTdINt STORE, 189 2d Ave ,
Just what you want in jack
et8; very fair jacke for
One case Lawn Tennis; spec
Case Check Ginghams
Better than is usually
for that mon
F J. YOUiJG, Proprietor.
226 Market Square..;
& ADLER, Market Square.
116 to 120 Eighteenth Sireet
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