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THE AHGU8, SATUROAT, JANUARY 00, 1901.
Threatening, with snow to
night and Sunday; warmer
tonight, colder Sunday after
noon. J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. IT;
at 2:30 p. m. 24.
ShipjV indoor reus.
Zazaro. I'nion t-jg-ar.
Leaf lard at (iilmore's.
Clearing- tale at Lloyd's.
Hard wood at MeKown's.
One-fourth off at Lloyd's.
For Insurance, K. J. IJurns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
McKiwn sells Spring-field coal.
Tri-t'ity Towel Supply company.
For litis, bag-ape, express, call Iibb'.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Bead Lage-Water" ad in lliis paper
One-fourth, one-third, one-half off
Shipp's in lour circus at the rink
Head our ad on page foiir. Oiiflaf
n n & Hayes.
Watch for I.age-Water.-. ad in this
Just think of it, one-fourth off the
regular price at I.hnd's.
Marwdous are Ihe feats to lie seen
at Shipp's indoor circus.
(let in line g-ct some of those good
floods at Lloyd's clearing- sale.
AH kinds of coal for sale at the
Boek Island Lumber company.
.Nicely dres.vd chickens-., turkeys and
k'eese at I less Bros, this evening.
Tiring- the children ti see Ihe funny
clmviis at Shipp's indoor circus.
Note th' genuine slu e barg-nins at
JlcCalic's February clearing- sale.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
SieTiion, 15-G Fourth avenue, union -)'!.
Good coal, coal, coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. I'.oth telephones.
'Phone Spencer S: Trefz for first
class express, transfer or 'bus service.
Nice sweet oranges 1 cent apiece at
the Economy grocery, I.'iIj Second av
enue. The stage 1f water at the Meek Isl
and bridge was 5. so at a. m. rind .1.01
The Nock Island active Turners'
fiance has been postponed until Thurs
day, Feb. 11.
Mrs. Austin's pancake flour is best
of all. A fresh supply now on hand at
If you don't know what you want,
try Mrs. Austin's pancakes for a really
Shipp's indoor circus at the rink.
Sixteenth street, all next week. Ad
mission. tl.1 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Paulsen. 70.1
Second f-trect, are happy oxer the ar
rival of a 12-pound son.
You wi'l find the inventory discover
ies all in great evidence next week at
McCabe's clearance sale.
There is one place in town that
handles the he.-t i f wines and liquors,
and that is Simon Lewis.
Cheapest to the hot 1 ra v clini lines
and suit case., at the Trunk Factory,
.') Brady street. Davenport.
The Lage-Waters Shoe eompany
vvill be in their new store Tuesday.
Watch for ad Monday in this paper.
Mrs. M. H. Wadsworth announces
that she will redeem her Sunday
schoi I tickets till the end f Febru
ary. 4 vTJ
Mr. and Mi's. August l ike, 02J Fifth
livcnue. hate welcomed to their home
a new s-oii who tips the beam at 1.1
For lienors for medicinal purpose!-,
gvt the bet and purest at Simon
Lewis' retail liquor store on Market
We hae icceied a big consignment
of oflice desks and typewriter desks,
which are now ready for display. (Ie
iiianu & Salmann.
Dr. P. F. Purdue, 1716S Second ave
nue. Old 'phone at oflice. both 'phones
at resiJenec. Hours. 0 to 12 a. m., and
2 to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
Buy a stove or heater now at a
large reduction from former prices.
We handle the celebrate! Buck line.
Clemanu iVr Salmann.
Telephone your order for hickory
shop wood to the Mutual Wheel com
pany, Moline. Delivered to any ad
dress in Bttck Island for $.T per load.
Bargain, that much-abused word,
will hae three - tie times its usual
force beginning with next Mcnday at
McCabe's February clearance sale.
Buck's range- and hot blast heat
ers are known the world ever as the
ln'st. A complete line may be seen at
("leir.ann SL Salmann's stove depart
ment. Received this week, am ther ship
ment of cariet and rugs. Our car
pet department is the most complete
it) this section of the country, (le
iminn & Sulinnnn.
A February clearance which will
surely clear the flecks for prom pi
spring- action will start bright and
early Monday morning at McCabe's.
Be enrly in the week if you want some
of the best bargains.
The Industrial club of the Fraternal
Tribunes will pive a fiance at Odd Fel
lows hall Feb. ?. Memlers of the or
der will be admitted without an invi
tation. Kef reshments free. Gentle
men 23 cents, ladies 15 cents.
for the genuine clearance sale bar
gains will begin as soon as the floors
open Monday morning- next at Mc
Cabe's. You're all invited, and if you
are not there, 'twill be your own fault.
The February number of the Mod
ern Woodman, the official crg-an of
the Woodmen society, appears in mag
azine form, having- been changed by
firder of the Indianapolis camp. It
has heretofore come out in newspa
ATTACK ON COURT
E. C. PEA EC E TO MANAGE
B0CX ISLAND HOUSE CAFE
II. C. J. Fisehel. who was employed
to install and place in running order
the cafe and lunch room opened in
connection with the Hock Island
house when the hotel was changed
from the American to the European
plan, has, finished his duties there, and
will be succeeded Monday as manager
by llichard C. Pearce. for several
years assistant steward at the Harper
house. Hen Wolters takes the posi
tion that Mr. Pearce relinquishes. Mr,
Fisehel, who is an expert at his bus
mess, has several offers in other cit
les that lie is considering, hut will
probably remain in Kock Island for
Matthew Kelleher Strikes
Magistrate Olson in
AFTER SENTENCING HUSBAND
Latter Goes to Jail and Wife
- Child to tbe Poor
NEW WARRANT 8ERVED ON
WARR AT THE COUNTY JAIL
A new warrant charging embezzle
mint was served on .1. . Warr today
at the county jail, where he is hel
prisoner in default of $M.f)(M In nd
called for in 17 indictments returnet
by the January grand jury. The latest
Informant against Warr is or.r -f his
old-time friends. Ilobinso'i Nve. o
Moline. who charges that he m:n
away with $l.('i) lielonging to him
I'he warrant was sworn out befort
Justice Peter Ingelson. of Moline.
LOCAL RAILROADER GOES
WITH ILLINOIS CENTRAL
P. J. Colligan. for si number of
years conncctc:! with the machine
hops of the Hock Island road in the
tri-cities, left today for Clinton. Ill
where he is to become general fore
man of the shops of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad situated at that place
It is one of the important positions in
the mechanical department of tin
road. His family will join him later.
COURTESIES TO GERMANS
Oov. Heard, of Louisiana, Exchangr Vli-
its vrlth fir. onirent of the Kaiser's
New Orleans. Jan. '!i. Courtesy be
tween f,overnor liearu ami state i,i-
flcinls nnd Commander Schrceder and
the officers of the ( cr:r.:v.i crnis r
Vineta were exchanged here. Ooyeri'
or Heard came to New Orleans es
IeelaIIy to pay his respect. t-i the Mer
man visitors, and surrounded by h:s
staff the governor received the visiting
naval officers in the palm garden of
tne St. Charles hotel. Subsequently the
governor and his staff were taken in
launches to the ship. The guns of the
cruiser fired a salute as the party went
up the side of the cruiier. In the en hi
i pinn.anuer M-uroeiler with glass in
hand proposed the health of the presi
dent and governor.
Governor Heard offered a toast to
the Cerman commander and to he
tJrrtuan emperor, expressing the Iiojm
that the present relations between Oer-
niany mul the I'nited States m.ghtoo-i
tinue to be marked by cordiality and
gooxl feeling. Commodore Schrocdor
reciprocated the governor's sentiments.
Cerman societies entertained the sail
ors at a ball.
tfOCTOR COMMITS SUICIDE
The hustle, the hurry.
Su.Trrlns with Dementia, ami Ja t Out of
tlio Ilonpital as Con
valescent. Ann Arbor. Midi., dan. 30. As a
rrsult of dementia. Ir. William I.
Samplers committed sulfide by shoot
ing himself in the head with a re
volver, lie had been in the hospital
until Sunday when he was relinsid on
ihowlng uigus of recovery. Satimhrs
was walking on Fifth street when u
colored barber, who was behind hint,
heard the sound' of a shot and saw
tlie pocket of lr. Saunders' coat smok
ing. Saunders said his revolver had gone
off ncc&len tally and the barber helped
him put out the tire in his clothing.
Saunders then made his way to a spot
behind a mill where he put the re
volver to bis bead and sent a bullet
Into his brain. Saunders was a grad
uate of the university and had tteeu
practicing dentistry in Crand Rapids,
lie was a son ir.daw of Moses Seal ult.
of Aun Arbor.
Oflfeera of Canton.
At the last regular meeting of Clin
ton Star. No. S. I. O. O. F.. Maj. K. F.
(iodfrey mustered in the following of
tif i i :
Captain J. I!. I'.rown.
Lieutenant A. II. Sippcl.
F.nsign W. I.. KutVdsre.
Clerk-(). K. Sippel.
Accountant - C. 15. Knox.
Jan. 1".). Alfred II. West man to C
Widener. mv'i and n 1.1 rod
nei. 22; sw'',. .., liv$.
2e, tract by metes an I bound
23. 20. 2e. $1.
K. K. Reynolds to Isaac Stormes.
16. w-. $100.
Kran Hastening Home.
Lincoln. Neb.. Jan. o. William J.
Pryan Is Iinsteniug hoaie from theeart.
In order that he may see his Ulster.
Miss Nannie Hryau. who is very ill.
It is expected that lie will arrive here
today. MUs Kryan has tulercular
peritonitis and an ope ration may have
Itt be performed to save her life.
L'e-enting- the penalizing of her hus
band on a charge of vagrancy and the
ordering of his commitment to the
county jail. Mrs. Mat hew Kelleher at
tacked Police Magistrate Andrew Ol
son in his office at Moline this morn
ing, landing a vicious blow with her
clenched fist ill his right cheek and
laising a bruise that suggested a col
lision with one i f the duke of Jef
fries. The incident occurrel at ilie con
clusion of the hearing of the Kcllc
hers. she having been arrested for the
theft of shoes from in front of Shall
gren's store. She told the court that
she was obliged to steal to keep her
self ami child from starving; that her
husband was without employment and
spends whatever money l:e had
ed in the saloons. This story
in the arrest of Kelleher
ten-e was pronounced n the latter
she threw her arms around his neck
and declare 1 that all the odlicers in
Moline would not separate lliem.
Conrt Taken lr Surprise.
The court al t en -la nt s tiua II v succeeded
in parting Ihe couple, and then Mrs.
Kelleher turned on the magistrate,
leaping at him in cat-like fashion and
stt iking him before he could guard
Kelleher whs sent to jail and pro
vision was made Ti r caring- for his
wife and child at the c un'y infirmary.
resulted ' t
DIAMOND JO BOAT TO RUN
BETWEEN HERE AND ST. LOUIS
I Jock Island is to be fa
three boats a week of th
Jo line during the coming si
eorc'mg to ucvices receive. I
James Osborn. at Davenport, tht
pnny has decided to run a boat
by Aire nt
the fii-cities to St. I.oiiis every week.
leaving this city every Thursday. It
beaut if ill st-v:
selected f r in t h"
fleet to ply between these two point?.
The other two steamers oif the com
pany which have been making the
throngh trips from St. lmis to St.
Paul will run the same as usual,
though the schedule may be slightly
changed as a result of Jhe running of
the Dubuque oniy this far north.
It is the opinion cf steamboat men
that the Diamond Jo steamers will
have all the passenger t raffle they can
take care of flaring, the coming sea
son after the world's fair opens.
While nothing has been said about
putting in anoiher boat on account of
the world's fair traffic, it is reason
able to predict that such an arrange
ment will be made before the sum
user is half over.
SCHEDULE AT AUGUSTANA
COLLEGE FOR NEXT WEEK
The schedule at Angustana for 11k
v. rek beginning Sunday. Jan. 31 is as
Sunday Mission class,
mon. Dr. (i. Amirccii.
Mi nday Committee on absences. .1
p. m.: commit tee on work in congrega
tions. .1 p. in.: Wennerberg chorus prac
tiee. .1 p. in.: lvceuui, lecture. Frank
K. Koberson. s p. m.
Tuesday College faculty. 4 p. in.;
(ilndstrii debating society, 4 p. in.;
Wcb.-ter debating society. 4 p. m.;
Oratoria oh..rus practice. S p. in.
Wednesday- Conservatory faculty.
p. in.: pravcr meeting. 7 p. in.
ih-irs lav - - Wennerberg chorus prac
tice. .1 p. in.; lecture. Dr. Fnamlcr.
subject: "IJiinehorg," 7:1.1 p. m.. free,
all welcome; basketball. Angustana
vs. Monmo'iit h. s;.";n p. in.
I'liday- (' neordia society, 4 p. in.;
Met corologica I society. -1 p. m.; 1 lima
society, .1 p. m.: I'hrenokosmian so
ciety. 7 p. in.; Adclphie society. 7
Saturday Tcgner Forbuni"ct, 10 a.
m.: students pravcr meeting. 7 p. m.;
Die Deulsche itvellschaft. S:M p. m.
4 p. in.; ser-
lust One .Minute.
One Minnie Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute, because it kills the
microbe which tickles the mucous
membrane, causing the cough, and at
the same time clears the phlegm,
draws out the inflammation and heals
and soothes the affected parts. One
Minute Cough Cure strengthens the
lungs, wards otT pneumonia and is a
harmless and never failing cure in all
curable cases of coughs, colds and
croup. One Minute Cough Cure is
pleasant to take, harmless and good
alike for young and old. Sold by all
maim ; r t r. .ila At
Gilmore's hams-the best of all
Cut from tender pigs and small;
Cured with finest sugar white
Hickory smoked-they're "out of sight."
AUGUSTANA TEAM LOSES
TO GENESE0 INSTITUTE
Augiotana basketball team was de
feated by the d'ciieseo Collegiate in
stitute at (Jeneseo last evening by a
score cf 17 to 14. The Angustana
boys put up an admirable game.
the collegians wert
for them to handle
Angus (a n a.
rears- n .
. . f orw a rd
. r;rw ard .
. . gua cd . .
. . .guard. .
i little too in ii-h
The line up:
O. C. I.
. . . . Corvv in
. 15c ckhcim
re. I'ek. '
C.. It- & O- Exourslon.
New Orleans. I .a., and return.
Mobile, Ala., and return. s2.1.7n.
sacola. Fla.. an.l return, $188.8.131.52. '
els on sale reb. "I
t urn limit. March
to 14, inclusive: re
. I nquire of depot.
Phone 1 1 SO.
and Second avenue
A 5-cent Ciga.r manufactured
for gentlemen of good taste
Oar San Felice ciar is juruariintecd to
c tutain the choicest Havana filler and
we Avill give the sum of $1,000 to any
lerson proving that itdoes notcontain
the highest grade Havana Filler.
We Lead. Others Follow.
On Km In Jr.
Evt-j-.v thing; iu Smoker's Knpiilli's.
LS1H SECOND AVE. Old 'Phone Wes, 1281.
lili !& BS?
l, in -I,
E, R. N
h'-rtrT5;U i- c
In Every Department,
moved to make room
These goods must be
for new spring stock
On all Patterns of
Rugs, Curtains, Etc.
That we are unable to duplicate at factories any more. These dropped patterns are all
desirable goods and oftentimes better than the new patterns brought out to take their
place. LooK up your household needs and come in and see what we have that will interest
you, as we have bargains galore in every department that can't help but interest you.
Also watch our show windows.