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THE AltGUS. THUltSDAT, MAIvCH. 16, 1893.
Vesper Bells'" tonight.
Mendelsohns next Tuesday.
Don't miss the Mendelssohn.
See "ad" of the Mendelssohns.
Dancing slippers at Dolly Bros.
Groppe skin shoes at Dolly Bros.
Ho for the Mendelssohns concert.
Easter nereides at the Columbia.
See the great water scene tonight,
St. Patrick's ball at Armory hall.
See the groat avalanche scene to
Tomorrow will be St. Patrick's day,
all day. ' .
Easter cards from lo up at the Co
Ladies white chamois gloves at the
See the great lighthouse by the sea
Democratic city-township conven
tion tonight. , -
'Chalk Talk"' Monday night at the
M. E." church.
Only a few more-shamrocks left at
St. Patrick's ball Friday evening
at Armory hall.
Dr. George Merry man, of Iowa
City, was in the city today.
-Chalk Talk" at the Fisri M. E.
church next Monday night.
They have arrived the new boy's
suits at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Try a pair of Plevna shoes for com
fort "and wear. Sold only by Dolly
Simon & Mosenfelder's display of
uew spring suits for boys will be im
mense. Extra blouse waisttt to match the
sweet junior suits at Simon & Mosen
felder's. Those famous hickory suits among
yesterday' arrivals at Simon &
Mosenf el dwi.
Schroeder is still pegging away.
He never wan so desperately in earn
est in his life.
Madam rot. of Omaha, is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. E. F. Schaaf. at
2514 Fifth avenue.
An immense new spring stock of
boys' wear arrived yesterday at Si
mon & Mosenfelder's.
Found A ockctbook. Owner can
have same by proving property and
paying for this notice.
Unpacked "j, yesterday Simon &
MosenfeJder'8 new spring stock of
boys' and children's clothing.
An elegant line of confirmation
suits; in new fabrics came in
yesterday at Sana on & Mosenfelder's.
An exquisite line of "junior" suits
among-the -children's .clothing re
ceived by'Sitnoh & Mosenf elder yes
terday. Good workmanship, good linings
and a good fit are essential in a boy's
& Moscnfelder keep
Did yon ever
Bros', f 2 shoes.
' wear a pair of Dolly
More style and wear
than any other
shoe in the market
for the money.
E. GenseKiciter, liverymen; Pitts
burg. Pa., cured a valuable horse of
influenza by using Salvation Oil on
him for a few days.
Whew! what a turmoil is beinjr
kicked up among the republicans of
the Fifth ward, and the worst scared
man of the lot is Bob. Kochler.
Simon 5c Moscnfelder in buying
their new stock of boys' clothing.
their aim was not how cheap but
how rood the best wiw none to
Petrr Brady, of the Fourth ward.
a for en an on the Peoria road, is
nroroineatlv mentioned as a demo
cratic candidate fr iustice of the
St. Patrick 's. Benevolent society's
grand ball a Armory hall, on Friday
eveninev -March 17. Tickets 50 cents
Supper served by theSante Maria so
ciety to cents.., .,
Rot's double breasted suits, in
light colors and black, single breast
ed, straight or round cut, in all the
new fabric, arrived Yesterday at
Simon & MoBenfcldcrV
Mrs. Morris and her neicc. Miss
Montgomery, have decided to move
back t J&ock island from Bowling,
and will r&in occtinv Mrs. Morris
home on Second avenue.
Tonight ocours the democratic
eity-townhLp convention at Turner
hall. Tho tarty has only to select
aergeUo candidate who are popu
lar with all elements of the party to
An ice gorge at Andalusia yester
day did some damage to property
there, carrying away two warehouses,
one belonging to J. M. Montgomery,
of this city, and another bclonn-inf to
C Mrs. Qrcon, whose magic Onn-ers
are capable of making the black
board peak, will give one of
novel entertain men tit at the First
M. E. church Monday evening under'
are Cream cf Tartar
the auspices of the local V. C. T. U. I
The admission will be 10 cents. 1
Aid. A. D. Huesing, ex-Aid. W. P. I
Tindall, Thomas Lallin, V. A. Por
ter and Henry Ehrhorn have returned
from a pleasant visit to the camp of
Conductors Rogers, Willis and Gold
en at Beard stown, where some excel
lent duck hunting is being had.
The Postal Tslegraph company is
again showing its enterprise by giving
the public an additional night service.
Manager Winchester having em
ployed Thomas Veitch who will be on
duty at the postal every evening un
til 11 o'clock. Rock Island ought to
have an all night service.
Mrs. Margaret Armstrong, of Pre
emption, daughter of the late David
Little, died suddenly this morning,
aged 53. The lady had many friends
in Kock Island who will be grieved
to know of her death. Misses Emma
Adams and Ada Muse left this after
noon for Preemption to attend the
Vesper Bells," a play that has
aroused considerable comment and
attention, will be the attraction at
Harper's theatre this evening by Gray
and Stephens' company. "Vesper
Bells" is a storv of love, with a strong
plot and a line vein of humor running
through the piece. Among the
many features to be introduced, it
will be well to speak of the Russian
ponies, introduced bv William
Stephens in a scene of classic group
ings. The various specialties by the
different members of the company
are hirhlv spoken of, and the scenic
effects arc all'uew and very realistic,
notably the great snow scene in the
Alps, with the avalanche ana the
thrilling rescue by the dogs. Minnie
Oscar Gray, the star of the piece, is
well known as a star of rare ability,
and maintains the leading role very
creditably. The company is far
above the average, and a good per
formance mav be looked for.
Louise Leslie Carter appears at the
Burtis at Davenport tomorrow night
n the operatic success. Miss iiei-
yett" and the Londoo, Paris and New
York sensation. Miss Lottie Collins in
her famous creation, To-ra-ra-Roowi-de-av."
lione After Scalps.
Carl Beck and Willie Luchman,
two 12-year old lads up town, who
have been reading "Dead Man's
Gulch" literature, left their homes
on Tuesday nLght on their way west
to exterminate the lew remaining
red men. Willie has a 22-calibre re
volver with which the deadly work
will be done. The boys were last
seen at Brooklyn. Ia., by some train
men. and expressed their intentions
of pushing on to the frontier.
The w Hospital.
The ladies of St. Luke's Hospital
guild have very generously donated
to the Franciscan sisters all the fur
niture appliances, etc., that were
used in that institution. The sisters
e meeting with very encouraging
success, f2,000 having already been
raised besides articles of furnishing
for their temporary hospital on Elm
street. I he latter will be opened as
soon as possible.
I will sell at mv residence three
miles east of Preemption and four
miles north of Cable, Tuesday March
21, 1893, at public auction at 1
o'clock, three Shire stallions, all
straight pedigreed horses, from 1,700
to 2,000 pounds. Terms of sale, one
year s time without interest; fo per
cent alter maturity, purchaser giving
note with approved security, or 6 per
cent discount for cash.
(J. Tomlinson, Auctioneer.
Order Tour lee of Fpscea.
Rock Islaxt). Jan.. 31. This is to
notify the public that 1 have cut a
jrood supply of good, pure ice and
that I am not in any combination
I am now ready to make contracts
for the coming season and would re
spectfully solicit a reasonable share
William T. Spesce.
408 Forty-second Street.
A Kate Chance
1 will sell very cheap and upon ac
eommodating terms, the entire outfit
the property known as the Barker
Ice riant, embracing the ice houses,
1.800 tons of ice, five horses, five
wagons, harnesses, tools, etc,, com
plete, all ready for business.
P. L. Mitchell,
March 16, 1893.
The Weather Forecast.
The indications for SB hours from 8
a. m. are: Cloudy today, followed
bv lisrht enows tonight and warmer
Friday; winds east to nortnerjy.
lard of 1 hanks.
We wish to return our heartfelt
thanks to our neighbors and friends
for their Vindness and sympathy in
s the sickness and burial of our darling
i little Frankie
Ma. and Mrs. W. J. Nichols.
Poirder - OC- Ammonia; No Alum.
urtis Opera House,
Friday Eve,, March 1 7th.
Luise Leslie Carter
nd the original cast and production in David Be
laMo'a Operatic Sncces?, with Aadran'B
"Miss Helyeti '
aiid the L ndon, rarie and New York Sensation,
Miss Lottie Collins
in her famous creation,
Feat le at Flcke Tnrrday morning, March
Hth. Telephone No. 90
Prices $1 60, fl.00. 7 50 and 25 ocn'.e.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
THURSDAY and I
FR1 DAY. I
GRAY AD STEPHENS
In the Picturesque Comedy-Drama, NEW
Introducing their wonderrul St. Bernard
Is : lofc'a, V o. Prince and Kruno: their mss
KiVE". lifl Leo and lnke; their bull terriers.
Acts: Major, Tow?er. Ned, etc.; thtir Kussian
ponies. Bill Nye, Nellie blye and Jim
Rcilly, and the pet limb, Cymbcline. ,
A Gbsat Cajit. trie-hiding the ehsrmlrK little ac-
tresi, Minnie Oscar tray, supported by
a first class company.
THE GREAT ADAMS Wbote dancing eclipses
Wiat t r uarmencita, r iom the principal
theatres of London and Par s.
The beaot:fi.l Ecg.ifh Skirt Dancer.
; Nellie TOE nSALYS-John. :
The Greatest exponents of Black-face Character
id America, A carioal or scenery.
See the ttreat Lighthouse scene, the Terrific Av
alanche, the realistic picture or
bee if there are a few more goa'e left at the
Harper Bouse Pharmacy. Prices 75c, SOc,S5c,35c.
Burtis Opera House,
MATT NEE AND NIGHT;
SUNDAY, MARCH 19TH.
The AL,. G. FIELD
-40-Peerless Celebrities 40
of the hie beat grade.
Grand Spectacular First Part
FRANK U- McNISH,
(The Original) Silence and Fun.
The Laughable Burlesque,
The Darktown Races,
Or, Am'rica discovering Colambna, and
many ottiry novel featnres.
Grand Concert mt and 7 1. M.
Prices SI. 75, 50 and iSc. Ladies best seats
SOc to matinee .
J E. Montrose, Manager.
Tuesday, March 21st
Benefit of th Ladies1 Auxil
iary of the Y. M. C. A.
Tlekett SOc. Oa sale at Marshall & Fisher's
ksi T. M. C. A.
LOOK FOR THE
1804 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Mont
gomery's Hardware store. Largest and finest Shoe
Store in this vicinitv.
Wait for the opening of -the M. & K.
NEW CLOTHING STOUE, J
AT THEIR OLD STANll,
TV -a V ft '
This represents the
Best Ming Mine
ON TI1E MARKKT.
Jtlias more rubbing euiface
than ai y oth-r, works very easy
ani with it th- wa hing of a
large family cau turned out
bright f-n" clean in two hours.
Call ai d rxamiiie the Queen f
was' t-re. Sold only by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large number of letters in possession of
the manufacturers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Plane we mention the following well-
known nocieiars who have naed and recommend
Sig. Tomajroo, Sig. Sarasate.
Max Alvary, OvHe Mnsln,
S s Del Putnte. n. Behrens,
Sig. Arditi, P. S. Gilmore.
Emil Fischer, A. D. Novellis.
Pig. feroti. Emil Llebling,
Sic. Bevclli. (.'bas. Kuntei,
e v-re, W. C E. Seeboeek
ClemeBtine dc '
And masy ether prominent musicians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
renins and authorities of the world mav be fonnd
In large Tariety, together with the Kimball, Reed
ana Porta We pipe organs as well as well as the
celebrated Ballet A Davis and Emerson pianos
and many o'her cheaper makes, at the ware rooms
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nsest brands of doirestic
ana Import ?n ctsare. AU oranas 01 tonacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1806 Second Atrenne,
Large a-soitment of Ladies
Calico Wrappers just ia
well made and styles good
W e show this week a hand
some assortment f Ladies'
Capes; spccil values at
1 cent a yard and up.
From 68c to $3.28.
CLTS AND SAL'CEKS
40c to 45c per pet.
6 pieces, $1.9X.
10 pieces, 2.75.
12 pieces, 4.75.
ROCKINGHAM TEA POTS
25c to 40c.
All Dress Goods at cost.
5c a box up,
1728 Second Av.
Munro, De-Bue & Anderson,
" ' ' '"
Successors to John Aster,
Sour Mash Whisky
Just what you want i iapV
Hs; vey fair jacke for
One case Lawn Tenni8; e '
Case Check Ginghams
Better Than ie csua!ly solfi
fcr that mon v.
F J. YOUN &, Proprietor.
226 Market Square.
& ADLER,, Market Square.
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