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THE AltGUS; SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7 189 1.
A ntp at May's.
Clemann & 8alzmann.
Clemann & Salzmann .
Clemann & Silzmann.
Dressed chickens at Long's .
Get a barrell of apples at Maja for
John Stafford went to "Chicago last
Get a barrel of apples at Hay's for
13.40. . .
Joseph Meyers, of Le Claire, was in the
city yesterday. . ,
Thomas Clark, of Dubuque, is visiting
friends in the city. .
lex. C. Austin, of Chicago, is Tisiting
friends in the city .
Dressed chickens 12 cents a pound at
Long's this evening. . ,
Hot soup at the Star saloon from 9 till
' 13 o'clock this evening.
A first class upholster wanted at Cle
msnn & Salzanann's.
Mackintosh coats in five different qual
ities at Lloyd & Stewart's.. , .
The latest dance is Sailed the "Jubilee.'
It's too swift for the old boys.
A hot soup lunch , at the Star this
evening from 9 till 13 o'clock.
Everybody for Clemann & Salzmann
. who want furniture and carpets.
George McNabney, of Hampton, spent
a few hours in the city yesterday.
Thirty by 60 inch, beat quality of
Smyrna rag at G. O. Huckstaedt's.
Found A sorrel horse. Enquire
of Charles Starr, near lower saw mill.
Peanut parties are the . very latest
Where does the gentle weinerwurst come
Just received a fine line of Smyrna
mcquet and willoir rugs at G. O. Huckt
Have you seen those office jackets?
Just the thing for this time of year at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Mrs. J. E. Montrose and daughter
Miss Mae leave this evening on a month's
visit to friends in Denver.
The finest line of gloves and mitts in
the city, prices the lowest on the same
class of goods at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Furniture and carpets are still going
cheap to avoid moving in the new addi
tion at G. O. huckstaedt's.
A gretit variety of underwear including
Dr. Jaeger's sanitary woolens system
underwear at LUyd & Stewart's.
The Fourteenth annual ball of O Suit
Kee Tribe 14. 1 O. R. M., will be held at
Armory ball Friday evening, Nov. 13.
A. L. Ridinour, who has been rpend
ing a few d iys with his friend Isaac Monk
left to jay for his home in Wood bull, 111.
One hundred barrels of apples must
be sold at f 2 40 a barrel. Call and leave
order before they are all gone, at May's.
Mrs. Jcbn Moeselev, wife of the master
mechanic of the C, R. I. & P. shops at
Brooklyn, Iowa, is visiting friends in the
- . The London clerks were busy until 3
o'clock this morning restocking the
shelves with underwear, and are again
ready to supply the demand of their pa
trons. - E. K. Criley. of Lincoln, Neb., is the
guest of his friend, J. E. Montrose, pro
prietor of the Harper. Mr. Criley is pro
prietorofthe Windsor hotel at Lincoln,
which he purchased of Mr. Montrose.
St. Paul lodge, 107.Knights of Pythias,
is in receipt of an invitation from SU
George lodge, 29, of Moline, to a ball
and other entertainment to be given at
Skinner hall, Moline, next Friday evening.
C F. Gaetjer has just purchased a
standard bred pacer. He secured it in
Wisconsin. It was sired by the famous
stallion. Nutwood, and Chris now claims
to have the swiftest roadster in the three
Miss Nettie VcMichael. of Coal Valley,
an! Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hartman, of Ra-
pidan. Minn., formerly of Milan, attend
ed the wedding of J. J. McMichael and
Miss Id Mendenhall at Rapidan, Minn.,
The Postal Telegraph company is show
ing its appreciation of the liberal pat
ronage that is beiojf accorded it by
providing additional Cfflce help. J. C
Hollenbeck, an experienced operator late
of Battle Creek, Mich., will arrive here
next week after which the office will te
kept open until 1.3 o'clock at night.
Diiniel O'Brien died at the residence of
David Brown, 411 Twenty-first street, of
bron jhitis at 9 o'clock this morning, aged
68 years. He had been sick but a few
days, and had been a resident of the city
a great many years He was a brother
of lb late Michael O'Brien, who died on
Thursday. The funeral will occur from
Sr. Joseph's church on Monday morning
at 9 o'clock.
Thursday eyening at 8 o'clock at the
residence of J. W. Morse on Twenty-second
si reet occurred the marriage of Miss
Ella K. Rice, of Yincennes, Ind , to Dr.
L. Sherman Skelton, of Edgington, Rev.
W. S. Marquis, of the Broadway Presby
terian church, officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Skelton left yesterday for their new home
in Edgington, where J Dr. Skelton has
lately entered upon the practice of his
The dramatic papers through the east
are making quite a sensation over the
marriage of the actor, Mark Murphy, to
Miss Jennie Reynolds, of Cincinnati.
which occurred quietly at St. Joseph's
church in this city last Tuesday afternoon,
Mr. Mu-phy appearing in Davenport that
night, and Rock Island is receiving the
benefit of some free advertising on the
strength of it.
Judgtsent was rendered by Magistrate
Wivlll yesterday against Dr. J. S. Mat
thews, cf Milan, for f 60. The suit was
brought by Charles Wauglin on a contract
which tl e latter had with the Milan Can
ning and Preserving company by which
they agreed to take the crop of tomatoes
from a rtain piece of ground owned by
Wauglin and for failing to carry out their
part of the contract Wauglin brought suit
against E r. Matthews as one of the direc
tors of the company and received judg
St. Catherine's, formerly the Mercy
home in Denver, under the care of the
Sisters of Mercy, for the protection of
young girls and women of good charac
ter, affurdj a pleasant home for business
women; a so girls who sre employed in
stares, offices and shop during the day,
and for those who are seeking work in
families, ex. The inmates will have the
following bdvintaees; night school, les
sons in magic, painting, fancy needle
work, dressmaking and plain sewing.
cooking and domestic economy will be
taught. In employment bureau is con
nected with the house.
Two suits tor damiges against the firms
of Atkinsoc &Oioff and Edwards & Walsh
were filed by City Attorney Sharon in the
district court at Davenport yesterday.
The sum of fa. 000 is claimed from each
firm on behi.lf ot the city. Fifteen hun
dred dollars is .asked of each on the
ground that in their paving work they
failed to del ver surplus macadam, curb
ing, etc., removed from streets, to the
city, but cot verted them to their own use.
The remaining f 500 is asked from each on
the ground that they failed to put down
the paving foundations called for by the
Special services will be held in the
First M. E. church tomorrow afternoon
at 3 p. m., by the Young Men's Christian
association. Addresses will te made by
G. C. Blakeslee, the general secretary; Ej
B. McKowt and Frank Nadler, of
Davenport. The entire field with the
work of tie international commit
tee will be presented. Next week
being the V. M. C. A. week of
prayer, the y oung men are desirous of
giving the public the benefit of this first
service. All are cordially invited to be
present and participate in these exercises.
This is to be followed w;th meetings for
men only in tie Y. M. C. A. rooms ever
evening of next week.
The boar! of education held
a meeting this afternoon and
decided to tike the eld Davenport
homestead at once as a temporary school
building in pi. ice of No. 6 Necessary
alterations will commence on Monday
and such pupiln as conveniently can will
he transferred to otSer buildings.
The entire corps of teachers from No. 6
will occupy the building. Uuber &
Peetz have plixed the homestead at the
disposal of the board for $30 a month,
and Cjllins Bros', have been engaged to
make the necest ary changes. The teach
ers of No. 6 are to meet at Supt. Kem
ble's office Monday morning to make such
, transfers aa are necessary.
The Best Baking Powder
AND MOST ECONOMICAL,
w. . Is that of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. It is prepared
with greater -care and accuracy, from fit er and more ex
pensive materials, competent chemists test every ingredient
nothing is left to chance. No ammonia, alum or other
adulterant taints, this purest of human food products.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the embodiment of all
the excellence that it is possible to attaia. It is always
uniform and reliable and retains its full strength until used.
It is not only more economical because of-its wonderful
raising power, but by reason of its great r bulk, the cans
being much larger than the ordinary kir.d; it will go
, farther and do better work. It never disappoints. . Dr Prices
is the only baking powder that contains the whites of eggs.
TH'Na ILLINOIS DOUBTFUL,
TtepreeeattatWa Rprlna-er's Comment oa
the State Elections.
New Yobk, Nov. 7. Congressman Will
iam M. Springer, of Illinois, one of the
leading candidates for the speakership,
was here Thursday on his way to Wash
ington. He had been on the at.nmn in
I am not surprised at tlie result of the elec- J
tions, except in Ohio said Mr. Springer to a re-!
porter. They simply show that the people who I
voted a year ao to show so emphaticUy their
disapproval of the McKlnley bill have not
changed their opinion. I am surprised that '
MeKinloy received so large a majority, but It
was exiiected that he would be elected. The
state went Republican a year ago by 11,000 ma
Cleveland and Boles the Ticket. ' ':"
I believe more firmly than ever that the re
sults of the elections settle the question of the
renomination and election of ex-lresident
Cleveland. Cleveland and Boies will probably
be the ticket. The gains for the Democrats in
this state were made in the rural districts, and
show that the principles of tariff reform are
meeting with favor among the farmers. They
also demonstrate without a shadow of doubt
that Mr. Cleveland can carry New York ia
Mr. Springer added that he now re
garded Illinois as a doubtful state.
Her Mission Was a Vain One.
New York, Nov. 7 Miss Charlotte
Smith, a very familiar figure about the
capitol at Washington while congress
was in session, came to town with a rush
Thursday, fresh from the field of car
nage in Ohio. This estimable lady is very
much put out over ' the course thing s
have taken in the Buckeye state. She
spent several weeks there lecturing and
working in the interest of the laboring
women and incidentally to help re-elect
Election Results In Kansas.
Kansas CiTr, Mo., Nov. ?. The official
returns from eighty-eight of the 108 coun
ties in Kansas show that the Republicans
carried the entire ticket in eighty-two
counties, the Alliance In five and the
Democrats in one. The other eighteen
counties are in the extreme western por
tion of the state and are thinly popu
lated. Tost Elected la Nebraska.
OMAHA, Nov. 7. Out of sixty-three
counties, Post, Republican candidate for
supreme Judge has 3,800 majority. His
election is claimed by Republican, but
his majority will not exceed 2,500. There
are twenty-seven counties yet to hear
Favor Foraker for Senator.
FlXDLAT, O., Nov. 7 Both the Repub
lican daily newspapers of this city are
oat with editorials favoring the election
of Foraker to the United Slates senate to
Apparently Robbed and Murdered
DENVER, Nov. 7. At an early hour yes
terday the mangled body of Ed Doherty,
an employe of the Argo Smelter, near this
place, was found on the railroad track
near Argo. As he had a large amount of
money on his person Thursday night, and
none was found on the body, it is believed
he was murdered and his body placed on
the track to conceal the crime.
CHICAGO MASONIC TEMPLE.
A Great Gatherlns of the Craft to Lay
the Cope Stone.
CniCAGO, Nov. 7. Although the Chi
cago Masonic temple is not yet completed
the ceremony yesterday of laying the cope
stone of the giant building signalized the
triumph of construction and paved the
way to a grander celebration at the open
ing of the temple. In order to do this
with proper eclat twenty four Masonic
organizations composed of 1,523 members
of all branches of tbe order paraded
through the principal streets to the new
temple, comer of Randolph and State
Here the lice was formed in front of a
platform twenty feet high upon which the
cope-stone lay, and where the grand mas
ter ana other officials gathered.
Tbe Ceremony Observed.
There were crowds of peoplj lining the
sidewalks of State street and a multitude
in front of the building, which stopped
street car traffic. Everything being
ready General Smith delived tbe opening
address. Rev. Clinton Locke asked the
divine blessing, aDd the level and plumb
were applied and the stone declared cor
rect. The vessel of corn was brought, and
the grain scattered over the stone as an
emblem of plenty. The vessel of wine
was held over the cope and its contents
poured out as an emblem of Joy and glad
ness. Tbe third element was that of oil
as an emblem of peace. An oration by
Dr. H. W. Thomas closed the exercises,
after which the stone was raised to it po
sition above twentieth torv.
Garfield Park Races.
Chicago, Nov. 7. The winners at Gar
field park course yesterday were: Nor
wood, mile, lKllJfc Annie Brows, 1
mile, l:43tf; Quotation, 1J miles, 1:5
Ray S, J mile, 1:16.V; Lucinda, X mile,
1:1a; Lorenzo. H mile, 1:15.
Got Their Charters Extended.
Washisgtok, Nov. 7. The comptroller
of the currency's certificates extending
the corporate existence of the following
national banks have issued: The Second
National bank of East Saginaw, Mich., to
Nov." 8, 1911, and the First National bank
of Plymouth, O., to Nov. 13, 1911. The
treasury department purchased 1,004,000
ounces of silver at $0.!HT5 per ounce.
Ton Iter Abe Signs Ieafgne Men.
Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 7. Chris Von
Der Abe met Jack Glasscock aud Dick
Buckley.of last season's New York League
club, at tbe McLure House yesterday.
After a thort - consultation the two play
ers were signed by Von Der Abe. Jesse
Burkett, of Cleveland. League team, was
also present and will be signed by Von
Der Ahe early next week.
Electricity is to be tbe motive force In
Jackson park during tbe construction of
tbe World's fair buildings. Tbe electric
plant has been completed and steam en
gines must go. This is done in order to re
duce tbe fire risk.
- The Weather We May Expect.
Washington, Nov. 7. The following are
the weather indications for twenty-four hours
from 8 p. m. yesterday: For Michigan and
Wisconsin Increasing cloudiness and rain
today and probably tomorrow; high southerly
winds and warmer, for Iowa Increasing
cloudiness and rain during to lay; colder to
morrow. For Indiana aud Illinois Warmer
weather; southerly winds; In Teasing cloudi
ness and light rain In northern portions; rains
extended over southern portions during today;
probably rains tomorrow.
Ossian Guthrie, independent candidate
for drainage trustee at the Chicago elec
tion, has served notice on the election
commissioners that he will . contest the
election of t he candidates having the high
est votes, on the ground that they were
not legally nominated. - Mr. Guthrie got
about 6,000 votes all told.
me census report gives Illinois a popn
lation of 8.S.35lSand Chicago 1,009,850.
Colonel Flavel Scott Mines, LL. D., who
wrote a recent article in The North Amer
ican Review proclaiming the efficacy of
the Keeley cure, and who was looked upon
a one of tbe biightest examples of the
success of the bichloride of gold treatment,
has just died of alcoholism at Black well's
Our Fall and Winter Over
coats will bear the closest in
spection, and tbe gentleman in
the pictnre says he can find no
fault with them, not even with
the button holes; they are all
wool and as wide as you care to
have them; artistically trimmed
and in point of style and fit
they are not excelled, not even
by the merchant tailor. Our
prices are always low enough,
quality taken into considera
tion. Snide goods we refuse to
handle at any price. It's al
ways safe to trade at the
SAM ARNDT, Manager.
1728 Second avenue.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, having risen
one night, unintentionally aroused his
wife, who inquired, "Are you sick,
"Oh, iio, rny dear," was his reply,
"but I've got an idea. What's the mat
ter with these matches? I can't make
them ignite. Let it go now," sighed the
philosopher, "my idea is gone."
The next morning upon arising Mrs.
Emerson found all the teeth in her comb
broken out. This is supposed to have
happened in the days (or nights) when
matches came in cards. San Francisco
Is Precious. '
Mrs. Polkadot No, Bobby, you can't
go over to Willie Gargle's to play.
Bobby I heard him say that his
mother's milliner was coming today.
Mrs. Polkadot Then you can go over
and see what kind of a hat she gets, but
don't be gone long. Cloak Review.
We are showing som extra
good values in our underwear
Ladies' ribbed vests, sleeves
Ladies' ribbed, natural, fall
Four numbers at
that are hard to beat, Ladies'
natural, plain; ladies' white,
plain; ladies' natural, ribbed;
ladies' white, ribbed.
1 WhenFound Make aNote Of.'
1 When the professor strikes
the key his apt pupils will
make a note of it with no un
certain sound. '. Musicians
would do well to make a note
of this address i?20 Second
Avenue where is located, the
musical emporium of D. Roy
We have made
chases for thJ ext-nsi'
er than e
value. swmLo, A-d.tr
c. t 15cPair.
Sizes E J to fc J,
Unusually' 1 Val
ladies' woolen toss in J?
greys, etc., at b
Rock Island. Illinois,
THE LARGEST STOCKOF
Furniture and Carpei
HQ THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
121, 125 and 128
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
ROUND OAK STOVES
Are tlie Best.
Why bay the imitations? for all others are only that. '
when you can bay the genuine
BECKWITH ROUND OAK
For nearly the same price at
John X. Noftskcrs
Who has also a fine line of WOOD MANTLES, EEARTES,
GRATES, ETC. Sole agent for the celebrated
ACORN AND ALADDEN STOVES AND RANGES,
Cor. Twentieth Street and Third Are.
113 and 115 Brady Street.
ROOMS 50c to $1.00 Per Day.
Hunfactnrerof all kinds of
-BOOTS AND 8HOES-
Gents' Fin Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of y oar patronags respectfully solicited. ..in
1818 Second Avenue. Rock featt
B. F. DeGEAK,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Comer BeTenteenth Bi, . . Piirlc Island
VAU kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of oo'JdW
'faralsnoa on application.
javenpdrt Business College,
, . COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
rOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS .
J. C. DUNCAN, Davenports
riAIHIOOD RESTORED I-fgl
tm nsmM to cure all p-rvou diwaje. t j". n.mI ;
m W Mil at
1.41KB n I Brain Pol
b to cure all m-rroun diseaje. 5h"Ki. N.
, Headacbe. Wakefulness, J" , f tlie
!M.taMltode.alldrainand l'SKui erm-fc"
... 1 h.nrriTiirtlflll. TOUltllUI fl'
Organs In either sex caused by over exertion, jouihiui Hrmii':
use oi moacco, opium urniBuiim. . t pkfl. ' r.
tlon and insanity. Put up conTenient to carry in " ,!" iu.
aee mall; for S5. Wltin erery f nnter w; f 'J' 4 .lea -
vasi fT TZJUW sVMSIlCy. stJt;A4ms f T-iffL
ia Rock island bf Hrt & Bahnsen, 3d Ave. and 20tn sire