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IliJE AJKUUS. F1S1DAT, MAICH IT, 1893
r.JTV I -HAT.
St. VJ ti !y.
Hnrrali f ir MciiH.
Ash its:.- Ht lr)..r.
Glove a:c at Bennett's.
Bairritz $! tfisvc. K'an.'t: V.
"Vesper B?!!V aaiii toniul.
The MenJeSfKohus are coming;.
Cellnlo'd roses at the Columbia.
Fre.h oyster at Sou-Icr & Son'.
Naval orange at Browner & Co's.
Souvenir soon8 at the Columbia.
The Meh'lelssohn Tuesday eve
ning;. Lunch at Fred HctMorf Saluniay
The M.;.ieI.-s-!-.n- next Tuesday
Banana an.l oran;c at Browner
& Co". '
Vesper Bell-" this evening at the
Fresh-tie honey and oocoanuts at
Fresh lettuce, onions and celery at
Sweet potatoes arid new cabbage at
M. & K.'s new shoe store, 131 Sec
Oranjjes. banana?, tis and dates
Turkeys and t hickens at Browucr's
The Men-ll..s.!tns are Nmtn neM
Fresh e;T- ll c ents a dozen at
Browner & OoV.
Florida orar.jres. apples and ba
nanas at LongV.
A nice assortment of frc-h vecrc
tablcs at L'ng'.
Ladies viit the jl-ve sale at Ben
nett'. plvc t-tor.-.
Don't miss the ifl lioe sale at the
Boston tiraorr -.
Mrs. l:?nock's head trimmer hr.s
arrived fr.im Chicago.
Wait for the ojx-nin-r of the new
M. & K. clothing store.
H. J. Simmon of Black Hawk was
in the city today on business.
Bi dollar shoe sale agjain tomor
row at the Boston. Attend it.
Men's working shoes f 1 at the Bos
ton, in lace. C4nress or buckle.
Oranesy bananas, cranberries, ap
ples, dat and fir at Souder &
The Joue Family concert is to be
be fjiven at Turner hall tomorrow
We have lots of ladies" russet Ox
ford at ft. Wear well. Mvlish too.
Be sure and et jn-iee- on baby
bujjjirs f the Columbia before pur
Creole" in Russia leather and
donola. al lots of new russet shoes
for childrea. The Boston.
The new rlcant loot and shoe
store of th M. & K. can now be found
at 5o. IM4 Second avenue.
Lettuce, rcen onions, raddishes.
spinach, sweet otatoes. rutabagas,
and cabbage -at Browner Co'?.
Fred lloldorf w ill serve one of his
jrrand lunch: at his place on Satur
day nijht. Everyone is invited.
All the latest shades brown, tans,
reds, rey. blues, greens, etc., style.
Biawitr.s $1. Bennett's glove sale.
Lettuoc, spinach, onions, radishes,
parsley. aoo bunches, cabbage, pars
nips and carrots at Souder & Son'.
Lost A black seal skin glove.
Finder please return to the Rock Isl
and Brevrifitj" Co. office and receive
The Mendelsohns are to be in
Rock Islam Tuesday evening. If you
miss their entertainment you will re
T. F. LaVcJte and wife leave to
morrow mrrung for Chicago and
Louisville. Kj. on a visit to relatives
and friends."" "
The referred seat ale for t he Men
delsoh entertainment opens to
morrow morning at 7:31 at the Y. M.
C. A. btitldiug.
W. W. Egglecton han novcl from
the residence of Mrs. Morris on Sec
ond aveimo to 1S")5 SeconJ avenue
the Nftpii row.
Wanted A good boy. 11 to 13
years old. to make himself generally
useful. Apply to George W. D. Har
ris, 221 Seventeenth etrcet.
The Bo(-ton, leader of low price,
offer attractive bargains in hoes to
morrow at 1 a pair. Men's, ladies'
aad children' all included.
T. 3. Medill. Jr., is as clean and
as bright ax a brand new gold dol
lar. His administration will be
likened unto his character.
The Burgower property at 606
Eighteenth street was sold by the
Koester ft Martin real estate agency
to Nora Brennan today for $3,i9.
Several of the girls in the Rock
Island house dining room made their
appearance in pretty- costumes today
The only Pntt Cream cf Tartar
65! 1-!I II II II mi k )
in wh'eh. the green largely predomi
Mrs. J. L. Taylor while attempt,
ing to get cist of the way of a run
awav horse on Seventeenth street
yesterday ft I! and sprained one of
The democratic city-township
convention sounded the death knell
f McConochiesim last evening in
selecting T. J. Medill to load the host
John W. Gabriel of Pi.pie. Ohio, is
at the K.K-k Island house. Mr. Gal
riel is negotiating for the purchase
of the Rock Inland house and also
the Keator house in Moline.
There i weeping and wailing on
the polite force over the nomination
of T. .1. M. dil:. Jr.. Medill's candi
dacy means the unseating of Mc
Conochiesim clean ar.d clear.
It is a happv coincidence, indeed,
that yesterday was T. J. Mcdill's
34th birthday", and he was given as
nice a present a one could seek, the
credentials which on Aprill 4 will
call for the mayor's chair of the city
of Rock Island.
The Longfellow social given by the
Young People's association of the
Broadway Presbyterian church last
evening was very largely attended.
An excellent programme was pre
pared and the affair was greatly en
joyed by everyone present.
The s-or farm committee held
another session on the farm yester
day over the Galva pump that has
been put up there. The comyany
representative succeeded in having
them defer action until another
change can be made in its working.
Mrs. Diiuock has returned from
the east with a complete line of mil
linery, imported novelties and a
choice stock to select from and with
expert trimmers, can please the most
fastidious. Announcement of open
ing next week. John IVero block.
Trof. E. 13. Swift. d the Rochester.
N. Y.. observatory, gave one of his
highly entertaining lectures at as
sembly room of the High school last
evening. His lecture on natural ob
jects was illustrated by means of
powerful microscopic lenses and was
highly appreciated by the large as
Word has been received in the city
of the death of W. L. Campbell at
Beatrice. Xcb.. which occurred at
that place on Monday. Mr. Camp
bell was 69 years of age. and will be
remembered by many as the father of
Mrs. J. E. Field, formerly of this
citv. Deceased practiced law at
A partv of the friends of Charles
Gerhardt and wife, of Hillsdale went
up from this city and Reynolds yes
terday and surprised them at their
home, the occasion being their
twentieth wedding anniversary. Thev
were presented with a handsome
rocker and several other tokens of
remembrance. A tine supper was
served to the guests and the event
was a pleasant one in every respect.
H. X. Stone, the directory pub
lisher, is experiencing some difficulty
in obtaining the names of Rock Isl
and society organizations for his
forthcoming directory. To the end
that his book may be as accurate and
complete as possible, Mr. Stone de
sires that the secretaries of all secret,
benevolent, fraternal and religious
organizations send to him the names
and number, and times and places
of meeting of their respective organ
izations. Articles of agreement were signed
yesterday for the mnch-talked-of
tight between Tom Cox. of this city,
and '-Zeeke" Murdock, of Davenport.
The match will be for f 250 a side and
the entire gate receipts and will take
place about March 31. As Cox has
made, quite a reputation away from
home, his friends are anxious to see
him tight and are backing feim with
all their good hard money. He is
said to be quite clever and has all the
nerve and staying qualities to make
good game for any local.
I will sell at my residence three
miles east of Preemption and four
miles north of Cable, Tuesday March
21, 193, at public auction at 1
o'clock, three Shire stallions, all
straight pedigreed horse, from 1,700
to 2.000 pounds. Terms of sale, one
year's time without interest; 6 per
cent after maturity, purchaser giving
note with approved security, or 6 per
cent discount for cash.
G. Tomiinsox, Auctioneer.
The Weather forecast.
The weather indications for the
next 36 hours are for clear and colder
tonight and fair and colder Satur
F. J. Walz, Observer.
The many testimonials received
daily by the proprietors of Salvation
Oil. "emphasizing its value as a cure
for neuralgia and rheumatism, fur
nish convincing proof of its great
merits. It is par excellence the lini
Pw&r olnmsom v.- htta.
V?, L rL A II IE 5 M tss
65 viu lsec vy
ii ii ii its, i n su
urtis Opera House,
Friday Eve,, March 1 7th.
Louise Leslie Carter
nd the oriirl cmt and production In David Be
Urco' Operatic Sncets with Andrao's
aud ifce L rdor, raris and New York SeEit:n.
Miss Lottie Collins
in her fainou creation.
st le at Fluke's Tuisiav mtrcics, Ksrch
1 '. t h . Telephone No. SO "
Prices 5: Jl.00. 7 M ani fnts .
J. E. Montrose. Xasager.
THURsD Y ar.d ! TT . 1 1 "7
I-KIDAY. i iVltl! UII 1U I
Tie '-: trav;
la the Ficturcijuc Coa-cdj-Draxa, NEW
Ir.trr1uo!rr their wrnlcrful St. Bcraard J
In : Dn;s, V c. r"riree an-S Bruno: their ma.- i
Act: Vji'ir. Tphmt Ntd. etc; their Kil'cian
poc:-. liili Njc, N-i:ie tije acd Jim
Keil'y, atil the jtt lnu.ts CjmlKline.
A Gbsat ( at. ir.cludinp tbc ehsrmi' p l"t:!e ac
tresf, M:nr.ie i scar Gray. uppor.ed by
all's! cli.-s onipacy.
TUK GREAT APAM - Wtotc dancir.c ecl:p-s
that cf Carn-fnc ta. Krom the princ 'pl
theatre of London and Pir
'1 he tvast.r-.l Ecc.bh SI irt Dancer.
: Nc-lllc TDE USAtYS -John. :
The Greatctt cxpon.nt c Black-face Character
iu Amcr.ca. A cirloaJ of ienery.
See the jrrcat Lighthouse rcrne. the Tcrrini Av
a'anche, tfce realistic pictare or
ee if there are a few mw sea's left at the
Harper Hose t'hancacy. Prices 73c, 5"tr,35c,25c.
B urtis Opera House,
MATINEE 1ND SIGHT;
SUNDAY, MARCH 19TH.
The AL.. G-. FIELD
40-Peorless Celebrities 40
of the hi hest grae.
Grar.d Spectacular First Part
FR AJNli K- McXISH,
(lTe Original ) Silence end Fc.
The LacghaMe Barierqae,
The Dark town Races,
Cr, Am r:ca difCOTerinjr Columba!", and
many othey novel feature?.
Grand Concert at 2 and " V. M.
Price f 1. 73, SO an4 Sic. Ladieg tvt ccau
ZCc to mittcec.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
his cxcl3:ve aa!e of
the preatet vegetable componnd which 1 recog
nised bj all lane who have terted ir merit .as
the mutt practical, scientific acd reliable remedy
of tie age. To thoce who with
remedy came will be fnrnihed at $1. 0 per box.
Call at nee, room 15.Ditwe Block, corner
Third and Brady. Davenport.
MedefroTi any old photo, ezecnted in tha meet
artistic workmanship 't
Katble Photographic Fetablissment over Sic
ca be s Satisfaction cuaranteed.
LOOK FOE, 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.
This r-pi ?-,t s tli
Best WasMDg Mine
OX THE MARKKT.
Jt has m -rr rtibbitig guiface
that a y otii r. works very eacy
an- with it ill- wa binp of a
large t'an.ily cat xnrne.l out
blight rr" c'et.v. i'i two hous.
Call ar d xamii e tte Quen f
was' erp. Sold only by
Ihe Verdict of Great Artitts
In Fiiv. r of The
From a large cumber of letter In poescf fion of
the mann'actnren indorsing the superiority of
the Kimhall Piano we mention the followlcg well
known mofic'ar? who have ocd end recommend
Adelira Tatti, Si. Tomipco, S:p. Sarasate,
Ltlll Lehman, Mas Alvarv. Ovlde Musln,
yiniiellank, g Del Potcte. C. Behrecs,
Mme. Albanl. S;g. Arditi. P. S. Gilmorc.
Mme. J"ordtca. Emil Fischer, A. D. Nove'.lig.
Fnrsch-Slarii, S-ig. reroti. Emil LirbUnir,
jame. Fbri. S r. HeTclli. i'has. Kcnkel,
Cltmentine de V. re, W. C. E. gteboeck
And many other (romineiit musician, of Ear.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorstd by the collective
cenica and anlhorities of the wor'.d may b foend
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Beed
ani Portable pipe orrass as well as well as the
celebra ed Ballet A Oavia and Emerson piasoa
and many o'her cheaper makes, at the warerocme
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the Inert brands of domestic
and Imported ciuars. All brands of tobacco.
The score or all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avennc.
AT THEIR OLD STAND.
Large a bo) tment of Ladies
Calico "Wrappers just iu
well made and styles good.
'e show this week a hand
some assortment f Ladi
Capes; sp-ci 1 values at
'kiv-L$ 'I' IRE isabi.,
1 ci-nt a yr.ril :iul tij.
Fr'm 0o to 'i.-2.
C Urs A.NI) SAUCERS
40i- to 45o jc-r '.-t.
10 pi-ct-s. -2.7').
12 j iccoy. 4.7.5.
ROCKINGHAM TEA FOTS
25c to 40c.
All Dress Goo'l? at cnt.
oc a box up,
1728 Second At.
Muiiro, De-Bue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakeii
226 Market Square.
Sour Mash Whisky
Just what you wEt i :,,
ts; very fair jacke fct
One cace Lawn Tennis; -l
Taee Ch-ck GiDgham?
Bertf-i 'ban ; sua U
for that inontv
F J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
& ADLEB, Market Square,