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THE AJtttUS. THUKSUAY, JANUAHY 19,.1893.
Tmh fish afmA.Ehlcb'i.
Hm cbbage tt Bunotaer'a.
SwvAed fish of til kind s at Bancher'i.
ywh fiiH at Gang Browner & Co.'a.
Wacy mof mackerel at W. A. E lleb's
VWtheo dusters 10 ceoU at the
Ttorfcef and chickens at George
Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was in
1fea-EisT wrincer is selUos at the
AAmbiafor f 1 78.
Vatttcated tar sosd. six bars for 50
1 at (be Colunbiao.
(Supervisor John Schafer, Jr , of Port
lron, was in the city yesterday.
Tksorted and domestic cheees rat
"frascier's Twentieth street groctry.
ffocd fitting all wool pasts for $S . 50,
wi'mh 94, at Simon & Mosenselder's.
SL Stockhoase, of the Rock Inland &
jAwra, went to Chicago list eight on
aKRlQ 3fi9 v
Tot cn now select a fioe pair of dress
tto for 14 at Simon & Mosenfelder'
Warl they last, pants on the 4 bar
jm'm counter worth $5.50 to 6.50 at
JfcBon & Moteof elder's.
t forget George Browoer's Co
taatxan market when you want jrooJ
aria cod roasts. Telephone 1004
Eta Governor Alt geld, gave her first
wpHan at tke executive mansion at
living Qeld yesterday asstesed by Mrs. .
TL rsier. of this city.
SiBoa Jb Mescnfelder are through
jokHag and are now hiding tbeir
au riesrieff sale. All o:ld lots of
wrosolrl at greatly reduced prices.
TUere is a man down town wbo has
area busying hims?'f of lie shooting
fttgs. He baa, it is reported. 14 canine
mnf?e in h'is belt, and is liib'.e to be
wen a chance to explain his antipathy
fhe dog family.
?L Spworth league of Davenport has
woptpil resolutions setting forth the
wanly virtue and Christian life of the
JUs Bruce M. Snyder, ol this city, who
w member f the league, and ex
soessing condolence over bis death.
:?nl Kircch, of this city, and Will Ve
Jw,oJ Molioe. took, an impromptu bath
the chilly Mississippi last night while
wtaruing from Davenport. Some other
Btletnen who were following them
me very nearly doinj; the samo aci
wH ever 10 minutes after.
Kiss Tripp's dancing; class it Standard
' 'Jtob looms, Friday, 4p.m. Beginners
sneived at any time. An evenine class
bw forming Instruction to beginners,
TD p. m. New dances etc , 8:30 p. m.
?Matc lessons for one or more arranged
wXm desired. Apply at club rooms
Aer 8 o'clock.
Ao exchange tells a story of a tramp
wfc rang the doctor's door bell and asked
Ik trim, pretty woman who opened the
Kw if she would kindly ask the doctor
"ike had a pair of old trousers he was
'wiring to give away. "I am the doctor,"
ntttied the plump and pleasing young
wmo, and the tramp fainted.
0 O. Hnckstaedt, the enterprising far
wfcare dealer, bas just returned from
Drand Rapids, Mich , one of the greatest
Iwaiture manufacturing cities in the
miva. where he made an immense selec
M of fine furniture, and when they
nn arrived he will in a mole time tell
e pub'ic when to secure bargains in
fHrnitre. Look out for his advertise -
Cards, have bees received in Rock
Xand for the mirrUce of Miss Mae Mon
Tme .daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jarkson E.
Jfoutrosc, to George Philip Kinn. the
wvemony to be performed at Unity
ifeTrh. Chicago, at 8 p m., Tuesday,
2o 31.. Rer. T. G Milsted, is to offl
3rMe, and at the conclusion of the eer--raws
ui the church a reception is to oc
tt at the home of the bride's Mint, Mrs
B.-jea, 21 Ufllevue place.
Levi Waterman has been appointed b
Governor ATtgeld one of the commis
ttonereoftbe Jotiet penitentiary. The
3bieagr papers claim to be surprised at
9 appointment as bis tame had not
decs zoentioDe.1 in connection with tbe
xBtc.o. He bad been endorsed bv the
Aeoor rats of Rock Island and Henry
verities for canal commissioner, but tbe
5071 rnor bas seen fit to Tecoenize his
o?tb, and also tbe Twenty-first sena
ferial district, by aopolnting him to a
wjjbcr and more rP"ible office.
Rockford on tha Alttrt.
Apropos of the tri-city meeting held
fc'Uie Harper house Tnesday evening to
asailder a plan of properly presenting
fee advantages of the locality to visitors
Stub abroad attending the World's Co
Iambi an Fair next season, it is inttrest
Imz to note that the 'cr.i estate men of
Sockford are on tbe alert They are not
jfo'ing to spare aiy needed expense in
advertising their Hty during the World's
?Wr, and have already made arrange
Mnts for the publication ot a million or
Iwo pamphlets beautiful v printed and
JHtrted, containing cuts of the mnu
AKttoriea, business houses, etc., and fcts
aettiftg forth in an entertaining manner
kcrattractiveness to investors. Hjad
4narters will be established In Chicago
amd an effort mado to run some excur
sions down to Rockford. This is the
THE ICE HARVEST.
Larln In the Crup for theSeagoa TThers
tka Crystal Blotki mra BelnK Cat.
This is the kind cf weather that pott
the Ice men at peae with all mankind.
The eontinned cold weather bas put a
covering of blue ice on tbe Mississippi
and everyone wbo t as use for it in the
summer and has the facilities, is laying
away his supply no. The harvest wss
begun eme time ao by some, and dur
ing tbe cold wea h was stopped again
in order to get tbe advantage of all the
fret zicg weather. l bas probibly been
the best season for an ice harvest that
has been seen in several years and those
wbo are interested in the business are
not slow to take advantage of it. Al
ready the work is well along and most of
the packers will finish up their work in
the next two weeks.
The Twln-Cltf Ice Company.
Prcbubly the mot t extensive harvesters
of the great eumner necessity are the
Twin City Ice Company who are cutting
in the water pe-wer pool just across the
Moline line. Thty have eight large
houEPS there which are being filled very
rapidly. With the id of a steam engine
and extensive facilities they are cutting
and packing several hundred wagon loads
a day. U s abusv scene; three boues
being filled at a time with as pretty clear
ice as could be found. Another crew em
ployed by the me 9rm cutting juBt
this side of tbe main scene of operations
wheh is being sold to different parties
who are packing. About 200 wagon
loads a day are beinj taken out of the
.u ?i n tld .0 Schmacht.
A' the o. -.f Nineteenth str ct Mc
Donald & Scbmactt 1 e cutting some
nice clear ice, which is being sold ofi the
platform, h i are taking out a good
Martin Wtinburger is cutting some fine
ice in the channel of! the foot of Seventh
street. He bas an active scene t.f opera
tions there and is se ling a large quantity
to ou'f.ide parties besides filling his own
houses along the riv r.
George Barker is work with a large
force in the Kih'.ke boat harbor turning
ont clear blue ice. Eeis filling b.is ncuses
with the product, which is em- of the
finest that is being Uken out. A number
of Davenport firms are cutting in differ
ent localities, and the surface of the old
Mississippi presents a busy scene with the
scores of teams moving back and forth
ith tbe loads of ice.
The 'axes for 1892 are. now das and
may be paid to tbe undersign d at Burst
& Donaldson's office in Maeouic Temple
blck. Please bring yonr last year's re
ceipt, which will enable tbe co lector to
find your dtaeriotion on the tax books
William J. Gaxblb.
Vumrt 1 ailing.
T e 8cbuarr Wowds replevin ca?e
bich was tried before a iury composed
of Fraok Thompson, A. Bowser, Georpe
Richmond, Chaa Caughev.W. II Brown,
Peter Fiorine, Frm.tt Daitey. Samuel
Hoffman, John founts, Herman fpi:e
nans, John Derrick and Fran t French
was iven to the juiy at noon yesterday
acd list eight it retu rned a verdict allow
ing i5 co the plainti:!.
The case f Lioney & Kelly for the
recovery f 4 M rnn Wiviil et 1 was
taken up jesttrlaj afternoon btfue a
jury c'tmprs'jd of ,Tfhn O'Brien, Jr.,
John Hollaed I'e er Eckvall, Albirt
Eckerber, Genrye W. Ant 1 ny, C F.
CitrlEon, iV.rr A I oss, Henry Dmac.
Wm. i.nm, V- ch 11 McHenry, Fratik
Beckman and E 3ellp".n9tcll. J. T.
Ken worthy represen.sd the plaintiffs and
Wm. McEriny, Msj Ccardsley and City
Attorney Haas represented th defense.
After learning tbe 1 viden?e in the case
this morning the st'.orne?8 for tie de
fense moved to h' ve the jury instructed
0 bring in a verdict for the defendants
which was d ine the case being accordi g'
At W. A Ehleb's.
Let'uce, N iT'ht rn Spy Apples
Culifl.)wer, Blle Fiower Apr-les,
Cell ry. King's Apples,
Hubbard Squash, Oranecs,
Carrots. Sweet Cider,
Jersey Sweet Potatoes.
Telephone vour order 1187.
Freqnent l".xr lnniona There. "
A rpecntly deceawd duke was nhowing
an American ludy none of the sights of
London, and among other places pointed
ont the honnes of parliament to her from
the embankment. "Well, now," she ex
claimed, "what is tl at fine building? It
ain't the gns works, in it?" "It is, madam,"
he replied, "of the whole British nation."
If you are offered a bottle of Salvation
Oil without wrapper or dsfaceo or mutil
ated, don't buy it at an? price; you may
be sure that tbere is something wrong;
it may b a worthless or dangerous coun
terfeit. Insist upon getting a periect.
unbroken, genuine package, in a yellow
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
J. E. Montrose, Maneger.
Friday Eve; Jan. 20.
WEBSTER and BRADY'S S u.endone
of the Sea.
TwoCa- o deof Scenery,
TheWrec Ir Mid-Ocei,
The Laving or the Cable,
The Ten Tr information of the Ocean's Depths
An Innovation in 8 enlc Sp.'eu
Seats on sale. Prices 75, 50 and S5c.
Burtis Opera House,
Sunday, Jan. 22nd.
MATINEE AND NIOHT.
Wm. A. BRADY'S Elaborate Production of
Dion BoucicauVs Masterpiece.
Snperb rt In thi conceit hall scene.
The Phenomena Cr.ild Arti t.
HERBERT LA WARTIME
The Petite Cometflennrs. The Ftcwart 8i?ters.
The favorites Mclr.tyre & Heath, Mack
"Seats on sale at the Opera House. Prices
11 00. 75, 50, and 3 cents.
Burtis Opera House,
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 24.
Engag merit tf the great EngMrh Actor,
MR. C. S. WILLARD,
Direct from Hooley's Theatre, Chicago
By Henry Arthnr Jones, anthor of the
Pri'es Jl.M. 1 00. 75 and 50c. Boxes 12 00.
tSeats at Flukes, Saturday Jan. 2.st. Telc-
pione No. iO
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep Are all nigut with soft coal;
will not gas or smke; heavy steel body;
lare ash van. Call and examine this
wondeiful stove sold by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of th
CLOAKS. 33 1-3 per cent
discount on cloaks this
8PECI1L 1 3 off the price
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plash garments excepted.
This is a bi? discount,
bnt we make it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look small.
BARGAINS. As w
preparing to ta', javo
tory you will iind eo.
bargains in dress g0
efore we begin to ffi,a,
SPECIAL.-20 per cent d,.
count off all phish eai
ments with two excen
. - t
tions1-5 deducted fret
Look what you can
Buy for One Cent.
tHR DAILY AKGCSDSLIVEKKD AT YOG 8
door every evening lor lic per week.
WAN EI AT 1 HE . K. 1 P. ROUND
if ho:ie t once 2u men to whovcl fno y and
POR KENT A FURNISH D Hon. AITL,Y
r 2128 Fen in sviukc and TweMv-seeond
yrjAN'En covp-tent cook aitlv
'! at Mr-. Slllurt H trnetV. Aien fnol.
South Hoi k IsUn.l.
UTANTKD A G RLlS YB.KS P AGE. GER
man iireferr d. o rl an nir r Mrs. M
Koh E'iri t enth ureet anrt Sixth hvenne.
WANTM TWO OR THRKK I NPt RNlsu-i-H
mnm fur hnnm kam ittrr . .. v. . .
preferred. Addn-ss J. w.D. Annca tirrtcR.
WANTED ACTIVK, INTEU.I iKNT GEV.
tinmen of 1 r?e aeuaalrlaiice to rmrwpnt
the SAFKI'Y FUND, lian'trome i Drome. Ad
dreig. with rifercunc, Maaater, 447 Rookery.
From a large number of letter tn posse eloa of
he manu'acisrera In -lording the vnpeitority of
the Kimball Flano we mention the following well
known moF-iciaos who have need and recommend
Ailelira Pattl, Slsj. Tompno, Sir. Sarapate,
Ltlli Lehman, Mai Alvary. OvHe Mo fin,
Viaiie Hank. Se Del Putnte. O. Rehrei.i..
Mme. Albarl. Siir. rditi. P. S. G lmore.
Mme. Notdica. Emil Fiechtr, A. D NovelHa.
Fnmch-Manl. Kie. Heroti. Kmil l.l. hl(ni
Mme. Fbrt, Si. Kevelli, t'hnn. Knnwel,
Cli mentine de . rv, W. C. K. B -eboetk
And many other prominent musicians of Ear.
ope and America.
The piano thna indorsed by the coV.eetlve
gening and authorities of the wrr'd mav be fonnd
in large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
an Portable pipe o:ana as well as well a? the
ce'ebra ed Ballet A Davis and Emeraon places of
cheaper make, at the ware rooms of
d. roy mm
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
A Sponge - - lc 4 Envelopes - - j,
1 Tin cup - - lc 1 Necklace . . 1(
1 Dozen C pins - - lc 4 Collar battons - - i(
1 Nutmeg greater - - lc 2 Dozen aget buttons - c
1 Thitube - lc 1 Dozen pants buttons - lr
2 Lead pencils - - lc 1 Paper needles - - lc
1 Rubber tip pencil - - lc 1 Crochet hook - - ic
2 Penholders - - lc 10 Slate pencils - - if
1 Tablet - - lc 1 Spool embr idery silk - it
I Paper hook acd ey s - lc 2 Dress stays - - it
1 Paper pins - - lc 1 Yard lace - . c
3 Sheets writing paper - lc 1 Yard libbon - - if
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor
1728 Second Av.
Iii cow located In hU new chop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street
?r Light shoe, a .peeialty. Cppoe lte the vli u:i
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alwaya nn hand the finest brands of dorrenie
and imported citrar. All brand of tobacco.
The ncore of all the hall games wi'l ba received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
Is08 Second Avecne,
1803 Second Avenue.
Just Finished INVOICING
And we find our stock altogether to large, particularly in Over
coats, much larger than usual at this season. Determined to unload
we have trotted out our old War Horse
Which has always been the most effective and speediest for accomplishing our aim.
IN SMALL LOTS WE HAVE MADE BIG CUTS It is not that we can afford this, but it has always baen our policy to sell
at a loss rather than carry over. 1
IN MEN'S OVERCOATS where there aw one and two of a kind, the nricn rum raoA . mnh a r,n Tn most
every instance there has been a rut of from $2.00 to 15.00. In a few lots the price remains the same. y the finer grades
$1.50 gaades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to $13 55
13 50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to 9 90
8.50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to 0 75
19 50 gradeB of Children's Overcoats reduced to $7 50
7 75 praxes of Children's Overooats reduced to 6 00
6 75 grades cf Children's Overcoats reduced to 5 00
You know that M. & K. carry only the best grades of Clothing produced, and when they announce
these reductions it signifies nice choice goods at a big saving to the purchaser. It's an excellent
opportunity to invest. Better take advantage of it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock Island County. 1729 2d ave., 116 to 122 19th