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Choice dressed turkeys at C, C. Trues
dale's. Si Plunkard" at Harper's theiitre to
Chickens, turkeys, lamb and oy iters, at
H.Treman & Son's.
Fine fresh lfttuce and spinach tit C. C
Nice oranges, 25 cents per cbzen. at C.
Mascaline island eweet potatoes at C.
Remember the baby show at the rink
tomorrow afternoon .
Choice chickens, turkeys, lamb and
oysters, at Treman & Son's.
Alderman John Becker, of Freeport,
was in the city yesterday.
Watch for ' Si FlunkardV street pa.
rade tomorrow morning.
Mrs. J. P. Frish ltft for her home in
Milwaukee tnis morning.
Dressed chickens, oysters, celery, sweet
potatoes and lettuce, at Long's.
Isaac Epstein, wife and daughter. Miss
Fanny, returned to Chicago thin morns
Thomas Brehiny. of Marengo, la., is
now employed as a clerk at F. O.
The bby show tomorrow afternoon
will be one of the best features of the
Qrand oyster lunch at Herman
Schmacht's, No. 309 Twentieth street,
Don't forget the -oyster lunch at H.
Schmacht's saloon, No. 309 Twentieth
street tomorrow evening:
Mrs Clarence Lewald, who has been
visiting in the city the past few days, re
turned to her home in Chicago this morn
General Superintendent Bess'.er and Di
vision Superintendent Throop, of the C,
B. & Q., were In Rock Island yesterday
coming in Mr. Bessler's private car.
Capt. J. M. Montgomery leves to
night for St. Louis to attend the funeral
of Gen. W. T. Sherman. Capt. Mont
gomery was under Sherman's command
in the Georgia campaign.
Owing to the fact that Rey. G. W. Gue
is to preach a memorial sermon on Gen
Sherman at the First M. E. church Sun
day evening, the special sermon "Bap
tism" announced for that evening will be
preached by him a week later.
Mrs. Mary'Sicnett died at hr home,
1424 Fifth avenue, at noon today of in
flammation f the bowels, afier three
day's illness, age I 63 Sue had been a
resident of this c.ty a great many years.
tone was a Kind ana anectionate woman
and her loss will be deeply mourned by
many friands. She leaves three sons,
Joseph, now residing in Mont una and
Martin and Andrew of this city
Dr. O'Learv's course of lectures has
been well attended throuehou.. Even
last night in the midst of the worst storm
of the season, the hall was well filled
He will give his farewell lecture tonisht,
on '"Physiognomy, or the Signtoards of
Character." How to read a stringer by
his face and form. The admission will
be 10 eents.
About the time that the hose companies
were about the fire yesterday afternoon
a horse attached to a buggy belonging to
Miller's grocery, Davenport, took fright
at the excited crowd or perhaps at the
Union scribe who was frantically dodging
flying shingles, and ran up Fot.rth ave
nue scattering seat, lap robes and driver
along the way and ran on and was finally
stopped by some students on thts bridge,
The name of the driver was J. E. Watts.
Burglars who were evidently familiar
with the premises, broke into Arthur
Burrall's general store near the Rock Isl
and Plow Work9 at 12:30' thiB morning,
and Watchman Moras, discovering that
the gas light in the rear of the s'.ore was
extinguished, turned his bulls-eye - lan
tern into the room and saw two men in
side. He at once ascended to the floor
above where the offices of the Rock Isl
and Plow company are located and com
municated the facts to the police station
When the police arrived, ten pairs of
shoes, s butt of tobacco and box of cigars
were found piled up near the rear door,
but the burglars having apparently taken
the alarm from the watchman's lantern,
had flown. The police have their sus
picions pretty well directed toward the
A wolf robe was stolen from the barn
of Rev. G W. Gue last night.
Misses Lucy and Ida Rambaiger gave
a pleasant surprise party in honor of their
mother, Mrs. Milo Rambargcr at the
home of their sister, Mrs. Johu Garvin,
nn First avenune last evening. About
30 were present.
Third Assail Katqnradt.
manor's hand will give their third an
nual masqurade ball at Armory hall Satur
day evening, xeo. zi. & general mrim
tion is extended. Costumes can be had
at the hall.
Do Ton Congil
Don't delay . Take Kemp's Bi Jsam, the
beat cough cure. It will cure your
coughs and colds. It will cure pains in
the chest. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the lunps because it is a puns balsam.
Hold it to the light and see how clear and
thick it is. You will see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose . Large
Today's Ballets at the State Capi
Ktretttr Fail t get Over v5 V
Springfield, Feb. 20. Special
Four ballots were taken today upon all
of which Palmer received 101. The first
ballot gve Btreeter 94; Oglesby 9, on
the second, thVd and fourth Streeter 95;
Oglesby S The joint session then ad
jourctd until tomorrow without a roll
Coal Valley. Feb. 18. William A.
Blackestock returned to bis home in Ne
J Henry Wilson shipp?d a car of hoes
on Fridav .
nuh Blackstock will farm his moth
er's farm this season
Wilbur Barker, of Ro:k Island, son in
law of Capt. W, J. Ransom, was here last
Miss Susie Sparey will go to Rock Isl
and in a few days to spend a couple of
J. T. Hass lost a fine horse on the 13th
from iofUmmaiion of the bowels. It
was worth $ 150.
There has not, for a number of vears.
been a time when so many farm auctions
have taken place.
Dr. Wm B Martin was here on Fri
day. From here he went to Cable where
be may locate.
The Christian Endeavor society will
have a sociable on Wednesday evening,
at Prof. J. H. 8todard's.
Misi Clara Hass is quite ill in Cable.
where she went to see her sister whose
famiy lhas been sick, and was taken sick
Charles Moelley, an old resident of this
place, who has hid a severe attack of
lung fever, at last advises was some bet
ter. William Killeny has purchased the
Truesdale farm on Rock river bottoms.
It contains 80 acres, and the sum paid
On the lS.h Robert Sommerson's
dwelling house was consumed by fire. with
its effects.. Thev got but little saved,
no one but Mrs. S. being at home. She
is ai:ed and dull of hearing, and did not
discover it until the house was enveloped
in flimes. It is situated about two miles
northeast of here on the Henry county
In the Ktter part of last week on Fred
erick street there was a runaway which
roisfct have resulted in a severe disaster,
but did not. Dr. Wiggins', csunty farm
physician, horse took fright and ran but
a short distance, till it got on the side
walk and struck a picket fence; thi shafts
broke and threw the doctor out. The
animal ran to the county house, wtere it
was captured. His cart was so he could
not get heme, but got another one and
drove the runaway horse home.
Have you ever visited all the depart-
partments of the grand furniture and
carpet emporium of Clemann & Sa'z
mann? If not it will be worth while for
you to do so and coins from 6tep to step
through this magnificent estab.isment
you will be filled with amazement to see
the beautiful artistic furniture in hun
dreds of different styles and designs.
packed from floor to ceiling. The pro
prietors do not boast when they say that
they will guarantee to show three times
the stock of any other dealer in this city
and that their low prices can cot be
discounted any where in the northwest.
And they bIbo wish to impress on the
public mind that all looking for white
maple furniture. should call
and see their stock, as they do not handle
white maple, English oaks, mahogany,
cherry and many other polished woods
from one manufacturer, but make their
purchase from a number of the largest
factories in the United States, so as to get
the latest makes and different styles.
They have just unpacked ' another car
load of bed room suits coming direct
from the factory and they are now being
offered to the public at rock bottom prices.
Suites wtre sold on Wedneiday to the fo'
lowing cities: Davenport, Moline. Port
Byron and Cordova, besides a number of
sets in thiB city, which shows that prices
talk . When in town remember the place:
Clemann & Salzmann. 1525 and 1527
Second avenue and 124. 126 and 128 Six
teenth street. Rock Island, 111.
Manager Montrose, of Harper's theatre,
this morning received the following letter
which speaks for itself:
Sterling, Ills., Feb. 19, 1891.
Mr. Montrose: Dear Sir. 8i Plunkard
pleased a large house here last night.
Their farmer band is not only a novelty,
but one of the finest artistically, that has
travelled through this section. Also a
splendid orchestra. Our people were
surprised at the general excellence of the
performance. Fraternally yours,
E. H. PURCELL,
Mgr. Academy of Music, Sterling, Els.
Tbe Local market.
Bueines" has been very qniet on Market ( qcare
today, the bad weather tending to keep the farm
er at home.
Grain Is coming in slow and today's receipts in
cluded the following: Twoloadaof corn at SO
Feed Hay, two loads at $7tl2.
Stock Hoes, S2.30 per cwt
Produce Butter and eggs brine about tbe tame
figure. Butter, SOcSttc per pound and eggs i:c
per dcg. .
Attention, Bnford Post O- A. B !
All members of Gen. John Buford
Post, G. A. R , are requested to meet at
the post headquarters promptly at 7 p. m.
Sunday to attend the memorial service in
honor of the late Gen. W. T. 8berman,
by Rev. G. W. Gue at the First M. .
church at 7:30 p. m. John Morris' Camp,
Sons of Veterans, are requested to join
with U3. X.ZRA. WiLcriER. tr. V .
J. A. Montgomery. Adjutant.
- The taxes for 1890 are now due and
nh!i tr the townshin collector at the
CountyTreasurer's office in tbe court
house. Owners of real estate are re
quested to bring their last year's' tax re
ceipts in order to save time in finding the
description oi weir property on ue
books. v David Fitzgerald,
Cow and calf for sale. Enquire of Dr. J.
Nice fresh buttercups and home-made
caramels at Krell & Math's.
Nice baled hay and straw by the ton by
John Evans at city scales.
Two fresh milch cowi for sale. En
quire C. D. Gordon, therfl'a office.
Chocolate, mint, wintertreen, lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
ATOM fXl OlftlU 8.
E. B. McEown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
Order ice cream in brick forms and get
the best. One or more kinds in each
brick; turns out nice; and easy to serve.
Krell & Math can supply you any time.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Etch
person gets a plate of ice cream with the
exact cut of a card on top. When giving a
card pariy have these and order them
from Krell & Math's.
A man who has been somewhat of a
rover 8a js the best place in the three cit
ies to get a good meal is at the Crown
restfturant, No. 1708 Second avenue, A.
B. Johnson, Prop
For Over Fifty Tears.
Yt3. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
thtir children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your rest
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle o! -Mrf. Winslow'a Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it. mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums. reduc:s infUmma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow'sSoothicg Syrup.'
Whether crowding the cars is right or
not, a great many people stand up for it.
TO BE ROBBED OF HEALTH
By a res-tilcntial climate.by a vocation entailing
constant exposure, physical overwork or eedon
wry drngery at the dtrt, is hardl.it. Yet
many persons originally poSsfgwd of a fair con
stitution suffer this 3epiiva:ion before the nu-r-idia:
of life is passed. To any and all nubject to
conditions inimical to health, no purer or more
asrreeame preservative or me greatest or earth.y
ties -lu?8 can lie recnmmcmled than Uostettcr's
t-tomach Hitters, which inures tho system to
climatic change physical fatijrue ami me tal ex
haustion. It eradicates dyspepsia. th bune of
sedentary brain workers, pre erves and restores
regularity of the bowels and liver, when di
orderei from any cante, annihilates fever and
ajue and prevents it. cheeks the growtti of a
tendency to rhenmatism and (rout, ami neutral
izes the danger to be apprenenued lroiu cau-cs
productive of kidney. Madder and nteiinc ail
ments. Te lie convinced of the truth of thrse
statement, it is only news-ary togivettis ster
ling: preparation an impartial trial.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure a.l L':?g tr.uYes.
TRY IT. 10c. 25c an J .V Bof.Va.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lan; and Stomach trasb'et. :
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills. '
6c a Bottle Samples free.
INCORPORATED CTDKR THE THE PTATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 0 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sstorday eve&liiga from 7 to 8 o'ciock.
Five peroent interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
X. P. REYNOLDS. Pre. T C. DBNKMANN, Vice-Prea. t. M. BUPOS3, Ca a.
P. I Mitchell, S P. Reynold, T. C. Denkmann. Jobn Crnbanr h. C. F. Lynde,
J. J. Hetmera, L. Blmon, R. W. Hnrrt, J. M. Bvford.
jAcxaoa A HcaiT, Solicitors.
tVWUl beirtn baatneM July 8. 1890, and will occupy banking tno W.tn M'.tcbeU Lynda
nntil new bank ia completed.
Caoiog Out of Business.
-OUR ZNTIBK STOCK OF
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
WILL EE SOLD
Iegjetrclless of Cost !
"Credit given reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
FEBRUARY 20. 1891.
Com lata ta Dtiivaal
The Burlington Route. C. B. 4 Q. R.
R.. from Chicago. Peoria and St. Loui ,
is now completed, and daily passenger
traies are running through Lincoln, Jfeb,
and Custer. 8. D.. to Deidwood. Also
to Newcastle. Wyoming. Sleeping
Hard coal Market.
t7 75 per ton for beat anthracite coal,
all tizea, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount tor cash. Indiana Llack
$4.50nd Cancel coal $6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for leaa than
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton extra.
E. G. Frazeb.
"Sanation, wanted" and Help" wanu Inserted
one week in the Daily Aaera FREE.
For Sale. Rent. Exchange and MiM-ellanron
wants inserted one 4y at Ic p-r word; three
day at e per word ar.d one wetk at He per
FOR SALE A HOUSE AND LuT IX HBS
drix addition, hotth Rook I-id. wrrt of
MiUnroad. Eoqti r at No. 1M6 V-ro d avenue.
I CELT FCRMSI1XD ROuM FOR TWO
Kcntiemen at K7 Twentieth ttreet.
BOY WANTED To attend hor-r and work
rbout a bouse; ca'l at Khteeni b street.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN To KEEP BOOKS
anbnureacb even n?. al Uoncncr'A
meat market, corner of Fourth avenue and
WAVTED MTCATION BY LIVE ENER
grtic married man : ha-hid a numbemf jnn
experience in mercantile tiarinco-; raa do office
work and in willing to bruin at aiiyibins with a
chauce for promotion; auireon cecity.
WANTD SECRETARIES AND UG.MZ
erg by an amassment order paving 100 in
six months at an estimated eot-t of 4l.
beputatile men and women ean aecare litieral
compensation. Addrea. M. Melntvre, Supreme
Manager. l,iK8 Arch sL, Philadelphia, fa. 13-3t
WANTED GENERAL, STATE AGENT Te
open headquarter In nmt principal city, al
anine exclnaive control cf oar buaiuer and ap
point local and nb-a?enta tn everr city in tbia
riate: eooda well known ataola a floor, in ntt-
vera demand, and pay a n-i profit of Brt to lOU
per cent. Addresa The Lni Coaraar, 744
Broadway. ,rw lora.
in tni or
1200.00 and Upwards
Fcr ssle, secured on land went from
thr to five times the amount
of tne loan.
Interest ? per cent eml acncaHy, collected ar.4
remitted free cf cht?.
E. W. BURST,
VTTORNF.Y AT LAW
K,-K)-.: ol w-cn Temp.e.
WiCX ISLAND ILL
DrUaTjdst. Hork Island
M c i ntire
As each season arrives in its torn
seem to stow handsomer.
It is so this serine.
We are receiving our first purchases
ana before we have time to mention
the fact many choice things are
being selected by wise people who
know that first choice is bet-
New robes, in new colorings and de
Beautiful Imported plaid goods.
Plain effects in
French serges and
Henriettas, including the
Nw browns and
French corn flower blue.
Three Times as
A ai.y oilier nmilar
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob 124, 126 and 123 Sixtnth 9trt,
ROCK ISLAM D.
TO REDUCE STOCK
A Chance You Can t Afford to Miss.
"We are offering tiiFrcccdented values in
Including all of our magnificent assortment of choice
Hats and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREEMATOLT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
-Removed to 219
Great Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE.
19 ORDJEB TO REDUCE XT STOCK OF
Felt Boots and Shoes,
I will offer tbeta for the next SO dare at price
and ecore a barrala. Tttj
929 Fifth Atenue,
Black dress goods, immense assort
ment in plain and fancy effects.
We can't mention everthlng.
We want yon to se and hope to have
yon call and inspect.
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
The ginghams we are selling at lOo
and 12Ho are as handsome as the
Scotch and colors just as fast, fine
New embroider'es Justin.
Black white goods in great variety.
We show probably twice as many as
yon will see elsewhere.
Large a Stock of
erbl;rtnuttit in tbe city.
that win aatociiaa everjrbodj.
But aell rrrartT.ea of con.
1818 Second Arena,
Brper Hoqm Block.
bottles 50c and $1. ,
322 BRADY ST., DAVENPORT, IA.