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THIS ABftUB. WEDNKSDAT. FEBRUABY 2, 1898.
TM WMIM Wa Bar
Gmarally fair toulaht tad Tfcars-
dav:eoldWtaaiM; (rawtof slowly
Today toappratura, X
The tr-mparsrore Is brio in
from tae Knrkj axMiataina to tha sp
an lata mlo. aad M far esata M
tb erotrU portloos e( Nebraska, and
lows. TIM WM af this eoM wart
rniMto ba unr the llaebctwin the
Iteaotaa art hUnwanta,
lure btint la llo
head. tV B. Hnrr,
Ui tampcra f
i at Moor- 5
Tie trMndao Mole fnxi biaaaoa aartrt4
A a4 h fihiMr4 t at lh ana-"Y-xi
baal mi. ul My " 1 '.
"Vau faai'iaraiy twlM lua"
Hard waod at UcKowa's.
How about Ual baae tail elah?
Lee'l Little Can it tat bail breoa.
qalalaa toalgkt. kit ad,
It'a your aatt mora oa the base
Ttrae loerss of fresh breed for I1)
caata at llortoa'a.
Sloe trosk roll boiur oulr 15 teats
poued at Loajt'e.
A food warm cap out caaU at
Stewart's, tba ketter.
It's kard welkin tkaaa daisbat
It i a rol deal kardar falllaa;.
Hoa. Baa T. Cabl will tall for
Anerlce from Caropa tail week.
Miaa Biorde R.ae. ef La Crosse. It
tsttlag ktr. aal Mr. Irad Lloyd.
Skirts Made to aaaeeure t Slaw,
art's, tba kattar. Wa gaaraatt a
Wall, wa caa plar two-o-cet if
wa eeat keve tba reel baa ball attl
(jetoae of tkoaa waraa rap for
tkia told weetker. Stewart, the kaW
Baa Sckroeder, af Soutk Kjek IaL
aat. lafl tkia aaoratajt for Aurora,
ktr. La fret a la aloeta oat aad Is
offsrtag soma rara bergslas la nil.
For fitqmbldft tr Stewart A Schaf.
ar. STvi Tweatietk street. Telapkoue
S aa ISM
Bar aa acra ef ground la tka aaw
eddltioa to Soutk Rock ls!aad from
Mr a. S. T. How! by rataraed last
etealaa frnn a 4-moutks' tltltto
Saata re, N. M.
If y oa caul briag (Jaialea's orders
Ball tkatn, It's just tka sane. Bead
kls ad. tkla page.
Oaa kaadrad and sUtylgkl
trass pe wata gl?e Ix1cB(C P"
lie statioa la Jaaaary.
Ton Clark aad James Mary, bo
bos, wara glraa 10 days apiece by
Magistrate Stafford fur fBgrency.
Tka paraoaat affacta of tka lata
Ckarlas O. Ykeoler, of Molina, hero
basa sold. I bay brougfct a boo I
Atalttaat Postmaster O. P. Oltoa
spent jrsterdsy la Now Windtor at
tka bedside of kl mother, wko Is
Mrs. E. T. Bowl by ratarns to bcr
koma at Morgan Park Friday, afur
' aa aitaaded visit witk kar son. Prof.
S. T. Bowlby.
Joka Sitgrist kaa rot kts lea crcp
la for tka eomlnjr scasoa. harinjc
stored away S.000 toss eat from tka
mala ekaaaal f tka mar.
Atal Kobler. tka youac Uoliaa
bart later. Is aaaoaaead monr tkoaa
wko apira to tka rapablicaa aomi
aatloa for legd'atlta konors.
R. Dr. J. W. Weditall. tka aaw
pastor af tka Calt ary Btptiit ckarek
at Pavaaport. wilt oerapy tba pulpit
for tka Brit una istt SaaJsy mora
Mrs. Tkomas Ujaakaa, assUtad
by Mrs. Alst. la Sulaad. fata a
a eloea dianer st kr komayaa'ardsy
la tka evaalait tka raasta. of wkoa
there wara aboat 30, wara talcrtataed
A two days' setaioa af tka fara.
ars' latltata ef tka Tratk ejncr.
atoaal dltrit wilt b keld at Morri
ana. belaais at 10 a. a , Feb. 10
The pr.'cram smbraraa papers aa
tanoa rtra top.c.
Tka Fpwortk Leafa. rf tka Ftrt
M. K. ekarrk. will bold its bmlacse.
literary and social aeetlae; I'rUs?
atealaif. Feb 4- F.terr aeaber I
raatd to ba prateai, aad frieads
lata a eoraisi latitatoa io aitaaa.
Two babies ara to berltta away at
tka Saleatioa Aray toai;kt by Staff
Caps, Iiarri. wao Is already ia tba
city, aad wko will alto rlva a vary
latortRtiaf lit eoacerslnr tka
jaalor work cf tka Salvatioa Aray.
Go to Mr. Beaaoa's f:r taa
laarbaa aad short order ara!. Fretk
koae-aado. eld fa kloaed aiaci
Nlc-Mt Maoora WorWf Fair.
Oald MwdaJ. MMwlaUr Fair.
A Fara Orate Craa af Tartar rVwatr.
a TEARS THZ STANDARD.
meat pies; also a Caa liaa of boma
pastry aad braad. Nothing bat tba
best, llaoer people ara cordla'lr
lavited. Opaa from 6 a. m. to 11 P.
m.. J25 Twootietk otreat.
Tka Crs: rama la tba croquet toar-
namaat at tka T. M. a A. iait even
ing was witnessed by a large number
of tka members and frieads of tba
association. Tba contest proved a
highly lateresiinf ore. Gross. Wil-
cber. Lee, Hodgson. Beat, Joseph
(toiaimitk and Heal were the win-
According to oflicial obserratlon
recorded at tba weather bureau, the
thermometer waa no; ao low this
morning as It waa Yesterday, when
It registered S below, the coldest of
the season. Bat tho mercury hts
not risen today as rapidly as it did
yesterday; ta faet the arer age ther
mometer has not poshed It above toe
isro mark all day. Tba eipectetioa
ia that it will be colder tonigh', bat
that It will moderate tomorrow after,
Wilder, the great American bo
moritt. will give an entertainment
at Aagnstaaa college Thursday even
ing. Feb 3. He will be assisted by
Sigaor Thomas Ptt-inl. cornet vir
tuoso; William II. Shaw, the papa
Iar basso, aad John Francis Gilder,
the pianist. Admission, including
reserved seat, 60 cents. Tickets for
coarse cf foar entertainments f 1.
Tickets at Harper House drag store,
in Bock Island, and at Josepbion's,
Charles Walts, general superin
tendent of the Pensylvania lines.
wa la town yesterday in his private
car. He kit last nlrbt for Cnicsro.
Mr. Walla was anxious to meet the
Birliagtoa officials, aad the natural
sappMitiob is that be bad a confab
with tka mysterious Mr. Blair, bat
that gentlemen declares by all that is
unimpeachable. Inst ha aever saw him.
never touched him. ia fact didn't
know ba was here; wouldn't know
kia if ke met bis iven in Chicago.
The following data for the month
of February, coveriog a period of 26
years, has been compiled by George
fc. Hoot, of the weather bareaa at
Davenport: Tba warmest month
was that of 1882. with an average of
39; the eoldest that of 1875, with an
average of 10. The highest tempera.
tare was 17 oa the 12th, lft82; the
lowest 21 on the 9th. 1888. The
greatest amount of snowfall recorded
in any 21 consecutive boors (record
extending to winter of 1881 b only)
was nine inches on the 8th and 9th,
1885. The aversgo number of clear
days was eight; partly clondy 10. and
cloudy 10. The highest velocity of
wind was 46 miles from the north
west, on tho 28th, 1880.
CITY STREETS ARE POST-ROAOS.
IiMklfMi la a TVIrphne fa or Intemit la
r.lchmond. Va.. Fe t In the United
Flat rlnult court cf appeals Judpe
Flmoriton yrstvrlay Jiamled down an
opinion In the tw vt tha city of Rich
mond aralnt th Southern Hell Tel
thn and TvIorraph company. The
caa Involved the act vt conger f
declaring that the afreets of a city are
TH-nt-niad tf the t'nlfed Ptat-. Judge
Flmnntnn hnMa that white the act iec
If.etl only telegraph compank- as enti
tled to Ita pm Won, a telephone line
I to all Intent the nmc thing and
therefore entitled t It privilege.
The Hell Telephone company's charter
bavins; expired, the city exercised tx
lpu!atl rtfht to revoke It. but was
njtned from Ir.lrrfrln? with the com
pany's p. le and wlr. The effect of
the dlnn I to m'd!fy the Injunction
ao as to prevrrt the city frnm drtvinr
the corntapy frtn It tre't, but the
rlty I to retain hr police fowevover It.
Frtach Krrrrl rollra MatbstU.
I f nee r-t)t an aftcrnnnn in a i Icarant
little villa cn the lanka the river
kUrnewith the frrtner chief of police
in tha time cf Napnloon III op to the
proclamation tf the itrnllio. Noooo
would have tbouRht, to l'k at the
peaceful ffg-uraof th pn rietr, a little
tnaa ia nabnt. w itb grr l-ard a la
Millet, atanrt-wl in cultivating the mag.
aiScent bort niis that covered bis ttr-
rcrs reach ins to the vratcr's edtie, that
kibadba Imb a ftorvbouse for all
the n:achintiwi4 aud tnrj itudes of that
rrt f irtdtnca which ebtk-d in a
dUatn war and rcvulotioo. It was
oa tb4t aftcriKK o that I learned bow
the Utal luWr tu in iMry wai d.-ciUd
a;-a It m. TIhi arxl bia politk-al
tra tult one rveniua: iu tii runfervatory
cf a Uajttfal 1 MKhworuau living
a t f.tr f r tu the i rx Two Lrotbr,
well known ia tba U t Paris .Vittr,
tueanwhi!ilirracted the attfUTim c,f
tie nwt ta the aalioi Ir 1. iht t f
hatxl trkks and crinnastio feats cn a
IVrian rn. and whn I akrd the old
man bw be' kocw all this with uih
prtciii . " Frt'tn a f t mtiie de chatnLre,"
he aruwi red tranquilly. "All frix n
asf sof iotpcrtauce at that time, at their
own rojett, toik their rvjnts only
frcta my land." HwTor'a Weekly.
In the Tinware De
partment This Week.
It quart Dish Pans ,
No. 8 Wash Boiler
Nickel Plated Tea Kettle
Slop Pails, nicely painted ,
Flour Cans, holds SO pounds. ..
10 quart Flaring Pail ,
1-quart Coffee Pot
(quart Coffee Pot
rail size uast ran
Surprise Egg Beater
not Tin caps
2-qasrt covered Bucket
All kinds of Machine Needles. Oil.
Oil Cans. Belts, etc.
Full line cf Electric Supplies.
319-321 Twentieth St
In Many Ways
Our slow excels in the matter
of famishing good groceries.
We have made it a stady, and
io consequence are able to
sttkfy. Kead the list:
rrevh TMutocs, Canliflewer,
Paisley. toap Bunches,
Cucumber, Wtw Beet,
Radtebes, Sweat Potatoes,
Celery. Htal Lattnca,
Crern Onion f, Ccllcry Boot,
Bpanlrh oowna, Xndloe,
Jonathan Apple, Wine Sap Apple.
Bcl'flower Applaa, Orangta,
Baoanat, M!k Grape,
Tacjcrlnea, Grap Fro it.
Dressed Gtese. 1
BULK AND CANNED
1620 Second Avenue.
Trto4 W tHe W ltaf llHfnrr.
Oikaco. Teb.I. After cor.feMln; that
be bad mbeaxle4 l.Su frm the F. P.
CHier PuMUhfr: oirpany. la order t
rover ap the drfalraNun of a younger
brother. Frank I". Wright, a collector
for the rnb'.lcMna; houe. anucht to take
b!awa life yete(Jy by ahoollng him
a!f In the heal He wa un Jer arret
aad wa In the cuntojy of VntaUe A.
W. Fkrrt when the probat.ly auccesa
ful attempt at aicl.te wa made.
"mrmg Kuim" mm la Um
Catena. Kan.. Feb. 2 The belief U
rrewinf here that. FJcharJ Ward, tba
Bear murderer, ha been lynched. Since
ear'y atoti!ay nxrnicir. when a mob of
masked men attempted to take the ne
are frr.ru Constable R.ie. who bad hint
In catcdy. nnthlna ha been 4eard of
the nrro. It ta pneaible that the ce
Sto's Ixxly will r found at the bottom
t m abardond mine fhafu
riinU tM.M tka Laaa.
Fekia. Feb. 2 The ttung-U-yamen
pen pose to Civlde the loan equally be
tama Great Ilrllaln aad Russia.
A COLS WA7 XS CimXQ
And i nbout due, so you bad batter
bare plenty of good, clean coal ia
yoor cellar and be prepa ed. Oil
Boreas usually avoids the domicile
that is heated by oar superior Lehigh
alley coal; it is his worst enemy
We will sell you high grade coal st
as low a price as jou will -pay for in
ferior c.wl elsewhere. Hill Bros.
union mined Cable coal is the best
soft coal in this market. For sale by
. 6. FRAZER.
1903 Second Are. Telephone 1133.
Get your blank books, mem
orandum books, buteher
books, grocery books, re
ceipt books, note bsoka,
draft books, type-writing
paper, carbon paper, type
writer ribbon, filing cases,
ink, pent, and pencils.
Prices the lowest
Ob as. G. Taylor,
1717 SECOND AVENUE.
Oaa) Tsar Bnmt aa Ban It iatarai.
Insurance and Loans.
Baom 4. Mitchell A Lynde b'ng.
HARD AND SOFT COAL
E. HI. LAWHEAD,
SIFT COAL OK TIE XABZET.
Telephone 1340. S170 Fifth Avenue.
Cakes. Nicest Cream Puffs
AND THAT LOVELY.
With a good, rich cup of
fragrant, hot COFFEE, TEA
or CHOCOLATE, and a niee
sandwich or rolls and batter
make the nicest kind of a
luncheon and one that would
satisfy most anybody. If
Come to our parlor and try
ours. We serve them in any
atyle you may wish for and
at any time. You can't com
mence to equal cooking at
home, so we are prepared
for the most fastidious ones
that delight in a choice mor
sel. Try a loaf of oar ovens
Slaughter Prices on Shoes
And a great variety to choose from. The January Shoe Sale ends
Jan. 31, when we commence to Invoice, and these last days are going
to be hummers If Low Prices count.
Misses' and Child's
Shoe?, good ones,
solid - - - -
We can't say enough
for those Ladies' Shoes,
$2 SO to $) grades at -
Bargains that are Bargains all Through the Stock.
$3 will buy a pair
, You will like it Everybody
KRELL & MATH
Bake it fresh every day at
So a loaf.
171S-1718 Seoond Avenue
Of Winter Russets or Black Shoes.
All the wanted toe shapes from the medium to the full bull-dog lasts.
Some with very heavy soles, if you'd rather have them. All have
welted and stitched soles, and not one of the sorts is nearly
duplicated at the price in any other shoe store we know
Corner Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
Our factories are rushing the spring productions along, and will
be here very early for your inspection.
ANOTHER BOLD DASH:
Qalnlan never gets tired of doing good. He made some combination sales that were hits, and now here goes for another.
Kemember that all yon have to do Is cut out the slip and bring it with a dollar to Quintan, and you get the whole list. Any
of the other alii still hold good if you take them to Quinlan, HEAD BELOW.
All For One Dollar.
1 pound of Batter
1 can Corn
1 quart Beans
1 quart Peas
1 pound Raisins
5 dozen Clothes pins..
CO feet Clothes Line...
1 pound Starch
1 can Blueberries lo
1 box Enameline Stove Polish. . . lo
1 bottle Lemon Ex lOe
1 box Toilet Soap 25c
1 can Baking Powder lOo
1 sack Salt 6c
1 boz Sardines 60
QUINLAN'S CASH GROCERY,
1 103 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Of $2, $1.50, $1, 75c. 50c, J5c and 25c on every pair of MEN'S and BOYS'
SHOES at the M. & K. Stock entirely too large. Sale opens Jan. 22 and
closes Feb. 5. In order to eclipse all former sales have made the cut in prices
deeper than ever.
I !c c reIace1 t0 14 80 t5.00 Shoes reduced to 4.00 12.50 Shoes reduced to 12.00
i It w f u0' re2ncef t0 4 00 4 00 Shoes reduced to 8 25 12.00 Shoes reduced to 1.65
I 15 50 Shoes reduced to... v 4 00 $3.00 Shoes reduced to 2.50 $ 1.60 Shoes reduced to Ml
Those who hive been watching and waiting for this special announcement can now have
every wish gratified. Tha prices we quote are not worths as worth $6 50 for $4 50. but
bonified reductions from prices we are selling at. Everything included In this sale ex
cepting rubber goods. Call and make your semi annual purchases 'tis only once In every
six months you have an opportunity of buying footwear at the.e prices, and then only at the
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES :
BOCK ISLAND AND
DATENFOET 1 s
CALL AND SEE OUR SPECIAL PRICES ON OVERCOATS.