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TI1E AKGUS, SATU11DA i FJFJ5KU XliY 11, 1893.
Six (6) Tokntioes Cor 11c at the Col
Call at Hoppe's and tee bis spring line
Lewis Wilson, of Rural, was in the
Save aaoney by buying your yalentines
at Mrs. nitscb a.
The Columbia has the finest line of
valentine in the city.
Seats will be on sale Monday morning
at 8 o'clock for Fanny Rice.
It m&l pay yoW to patronise the "intel
Kgeace oolutrm" of Tim Argus
Valentines, Talentinea, fancy valen
tine two for lc at the Columbia.
Call early and make your selection of
carpets at Cletnann A Stiemsnn.
Hoppe, the tailor bas his spring goods
all in. ('all and make your selection
Fanny Rice and her C'lraptny are very
Clever and pleasing without exception.
. Mow is your time to svlcrt your Bpring
sun. call at Uoppe s and see his tin
Hoppe has a much larger stock than
ever this spring. Call sud leave your o
dec far a suit.
Carpets, carpels, the finest new patterns
in Hie market coming in daily at O. O
Take a day off, and examine the fine
reel ettate Huestag has to offer. He has
some fine bargains.
Baby carriages in endless v riety at
Robt. Wall's Children's Carriage factory.
oi uraay street, Uavenport.
The Eastern fair is the headquarters
for valentines and envelopes to match at
the lowest prices in the city 2108 Fourth
a von He.
Cleiriftnn & Salzmann will show the
pa'jocs of the tri-cities the finest line of
furniture tver shown in this section of
IuvitKtions are out for a social hap to
be given hy the Odkdale club at its new
rooms cn Second avenue on Friday even
ing. Feb. 17.
"A Jjlly Surprise"' at Harper's theatre
Wednesday night is a farce comedy in tbe
hands of a remarkably handsome and ca
Something never before shown in the
tri-cities: Rugs that cover a whole room.
Call early at Clemann & Salzmann's and
make your selection.
A large piece of ice fell off the roof of
the Rock Island house today and came
withfc an ace of falling on a couple of
young ladies who were passing.
Come and see the immense line of bed
room suits. O. O. Huckstaedt is just
aopacking and setting up They are the
finest goods for the money in the market.
Do not buy your baby carriages until
?oo examine the line that is coming in at
H. O Hucksteadt'a. They will be sold
feem S t f 5 less than the regular price.
Judge Glenn in the circuit court yes
' tardsy afternoon denied tbe bill for sep
arate maintenance filed, J Mrs. Margaret
' Brady ".against her bttaband, Andrew
FredRueffel, the Davenport butcher
who was stabbed Thursday evening, is
getting along nicely, his iniury, it is be
lkvei.lsno more serious than a flesh
There is no need for the people of the
tri-cities to send ta Chicago for carpets
as Ciemann & Salemann have a line never
before carried in ibis section of the
Tbe fiofst line of children's carriages
ahtl reed furniture ever shown in tbe tri
cities can be seen at Robt. Wall's Chil
dren's Carriage factory, 319 Brady street,
The dry goods clerks of Dayenpon
have issued unique invitations for a Feb
ruary handkerchief party to be given at
Turner hall in that city on Monday even
ing.Feb 13. .
Before you buy a baby carriage call
and see Robert Wall's great variety tnat
he will sell retail' at wholesale prices f r
tbe next 30 days at his factory, 319
Brady street, Davenport.
- At Harper's theatre Wednesday night
Fanny Rice will take the part of a Utile
girl and sing about the "wobhera," and
the uproariously funny burlesque of Lot
te Collins in Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-av.
; All memoirs of the order of Knights
of Pythias visiting or residing in tbe city
re cordially invited by St. Paul Lidge
No. 107 to be present at the dedication of
. their Castle ball next Monotay evening.
One Minneapolis firm, two from Rock
Island, one from Chicago and one Dav
enport firm are figuring upon tbe specid
cations for tbe foundation and basement
walla of the Davenport public building.
with a view to handing in their bids for
At tbe meeting of the directory ef the
Augustan a University Exposition associa
tion last evening Q. L. Peterson was au'
tborized to make a canvass af the cities
of Rock Island and Moiine for subvert p
Uons. This morning C. A. Rosander.
president of the executive committee.lef t
for Boston In the interests of the enter
William McEniry, of Rock Island, is at
the capital endeavoring to have his coun
ty attached to tbe congressional district
In which Quincy is situated. Since the
failure of the Nelson apporiionmmt
scheme It is protable if any apportion
rnent bill is passed that Rock Island will
he pat in a democratic district. Chicago
The examination of Thomas Paul, the
Moiine molder who suffered so sadly by
an explosion of molten iron a few days
ago, has tat, en place at tbe Illinois Eye
acd Ear infirmary at Chicago, and the
right eye w is found to be total y de
stroyed, whi e the left is so badly biirne 1
that there in only a hope that the sight
can be partially . reserved
General Herniary G. C. Blakes'te
left yesterday for Dixon, where he
attended the annual conference of
the Reck Island dis ret of . the
Y. M. C. A, which comprises the
connties of Iuck Island, Mercer, White
side, Henry, Le, LaSalle and Bureau.
Mr. Blakeslee read a pper before the
conference. 14 did also H. N. Hanson of
The canal survevrrs hava bsnm work
at TUkilwa 1 cd the digging " be began
in tbe spring. From Bureau Junction an
80-foot ditch will be run northeast to the
river, crossing the railroad between Bu
reau and R1 Mills and thence to run uo
to within thiee miles of Tiskilwa.. There
it will cross ihe railroad to the north side
and hug th; bluffs. Between Sheffield
and the river will be about It locks.or 24
Now tbat the R ck Island council has
shown tbat t iere is a way to to be public
spirited wheie there is a will, tbe Moiine
council is disposed to reconsider itB ac
tion r girding the tii city map project
ana me uispatca says: "Conversation
with some of the aldermen develops the
fact that it i probable that if tbe matter
is properly p-esentpd to the council that
body will vo e 1 500 or more for tbe nur
pose of making a map of Moiine ard
vicinity. Tue idea before the council
and the attorney at the meeting when
tbe matter w is acted upon was that the
map was an advertising scheme merelv.
Tbat the co incil has tbe legal right to
get a map or Holme and as much sur
rounding territory as it desires made
tnere is no doubt.
Death of Ed ard Zabel in South KK Isl
and Maj. Sanderson's Demise The Ri
lal of tbe Hodgson Children.
Elward Zye died at tbe home of his
son-in-law, Ei ward Jen, in South Rock
Island, at 2:30 this morning, after an ill
ness of three weeks with pneumonia. Mr.
Zbel has been a resident of Rock Island
county fr 1) j -ars. making his home
with his eon-in law, Mr. Jens, during
that time. II j was 63 years of age and
leaves two dtughters. his wife having
died in Baft do, N. T. 28 years ago.
The daughters are Mrs. Jens, and Mrs.
F. Gabel, of Big Island. Mr. Zabel had
made many fr enda in Couth Rock Island
township wbo will hear of bis death with
The funeral occurs from Mr. Jens'
home at 4 p. nr.. tomorrow.
Major Sanderson! Dratk.
Tha Houston (Tex ) Dally Post of
February 4 has the following dispatch
from Lam pas is, Tex., concerning the
death of Major George K. Sanderson,
son in-law of Captain T. J. Buford, of
Major Georg ) K. Sanderson. who retired
voluntarily from active army service as
major ol tbe Eighteenth Infantry, sta
tioned at Fort Clark, Texas, died yester
day morning at 5 o'clock, at tbe Park
hotel, of consumption. He was in active
service for 31 years and possessed a
splendid war record and was an excep
tionally goodo Bjer, brave, just and true.
He is knows by many aa captain
of tbe Eleventh infantry, which com
mand he had before his promotion to
the Eighteenth. JJc leaves a wife and
widowed mother to mourn ' the
loss of a faithful, loving kin-
band and dutiful son. His last
moments were attended by bisbrotber-in
aw. Lieut. J. F. Bell, adjutaut of the
famous ISeveo ,h United States calvary,
Custer's old reeiment, stationed at Fort
Riley. Kansas. Tbe funeral services were
held this morn ng at 10 o clock and were
conducted at t!ie Park hotel by Rev. T.
McA'ree, who read the beautiful Episco-
pol service in an impressive manner.
Bis remains wore followed by a large
number of btr pathizing citizens, attend
ed by tbe Marry guards in full uniform,
who had charge of the burial. Military
talutes were fired over tbe grave of their
destineuisbed brother. Tne ministering
care and alter tion of Dr. A. P. Stewait
and Judge W. T. Arnold of tbe city were
exceedingly hi id and will be appreciated
by tbe many friends of the deceased.
la one Coffin.
The bodies of Alvin and Ellen Eo Ig-
son, the two li .tie unfortunates who met
such a tragic fate on Tuesday, lie enclosed
in a double cofJa at the home on First
avenue. The coffin which was made
especially to order for Undertaker Enox
is similar in design to the or e in which the
late Dr. J. J. Thomson- and wife, of
Dayenport weie buried in.
Order Tour loe of Kpence.
Rock Tblan, Jan. 31. This is to no
tifv the public that I have cut a good sup
ply of good pure ice and that I am not in
any combination. I am sow ready to
make contractu for the coming season and
would respect fully solicit a reasonable
share of patronage.
William t. Spence,
408 Forty-second street
Kew C rleans and Return.
From Feb. t to 12 the C, R. I. & P.
will sell ticket 1 to New Orleans at rate of
f 25 35 for round triD. Good to return
up to March 7. F. H. Plcmmkb,
Imir9yed ttozen Hatlaings.
Dexter, Mo., Feb. 11. lire broke out
in the frame building occupied by Thomas
N. Doherty as a dry goods store at 2 o'clock
yesterday morning and before it could be
stopped had destroyed twelve buildings.
Had it not been tbat a light rain had fallen
during the day there is no telling where
the eud would have been, aa there was a
stiff gale blowing. The loss is about t50,
000, half insured.
Sadden Death of a Chicago Broker.
Chicago, Feb. 11. Stewart S. Floyd, a
board of trade broker residing at No. 408
La Salle avenue, died suddenly of heart
disease at Clark . and Division street at
12:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon. He was
well known to traders and was 40 years
The Miller Trust.
OsHKOfrH, Wis., Feb. 11. An Oshkoeh
miller ctates that the formation of the
plans of co-operation of the millers' com
bination or trust is progressing daily, and
that it will be the most extensive organi
sation of the kind in the United States.
It will include all the mills in tbe north
west and puts the market and output un
der their absolute control. The millers
generally are averse to discussing the mat
ter and all sessions have beeu held behind
Eight Building Consumed.
Clarksville, Tex., Feb11. On the east
side of tbe square eight brick buildings
were consumed by fire Thursday nibt.
The loss is estimated at $100,000 aud insur
ance about 170,000.
Pigmies vs. Giants-
Lilliputian as they sre in sis ibelng no larger
than mnstard recdr), they arbieve result, that
their Prohdingnagian opponents otter v fail In. We
refer to the effl ja-y of the powerful prepara iun
known as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, com
pared with that of their cigintic competitors, the
old Style pill. Try the little giants, when dys
pepsia lirer complaint, constipation, billonfnrf
or any kindred ills asail yoa, and yonl! matte
no mistake they'll disappear st once.
Tbe'sxes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to the undersigned at Hurst
Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
block. 1 lease bring your last years re
ceipt, which will enable tbe collector to
find your description on the tax bocks
William J. Gamble,
Bortis Opera House,
Monday Evening, Feb. 13.
MR- CHARLES HANFORTJ
Am Hark Anthony,
Pn Shakeopcar's Greatest Historical'
MR. C. R. SPENCER
MR. BENNETT MATLACK.
With all the original ssenery oed by Edwin
Booth and Lawrence Barrett. Cartain to raise at
8 sharp. Prices $1, 75c, 50c, 2sc. Se it sale at
flake's, Saturday morning. Te'epbone Mo. 20.
J. . Montrose. an aeer.
JTST ONE KERRY NIGHT.
Wednesday, February S.
The Catity aBd Versatile Comedienne, FANNY
RICE, and her excellent top poi ting
com tary. presenting Arthnr
. WJbo.'i Musical ' .
A Jolly Surprise
(Constrncted for lanehing purposes on'y. Tre-
ceara dt unenoacn s i n operetta. 1 us
LITTLE S-ROOM HgLLBR, Miss
Rice appears in both plays.;
"Best comnaiiT seen here In vears." San Fran-
"An eTenin? ot Innocent and nprorions Inn."
Cbicag i Herald.
Price 81. Tic, S0c, 25c; se-nu m sale at Harper
house drag Hor.j Monday, Feb. 13.
THE RIVERSIDE OAS
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not gas or smke; heavy steel body;
lare ash pin. Call and examine this
wocderful store old by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
Fros a large number of letters In possession of
the maaaractnrers Indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known arasiclans who have nsed and recommend
fie. Tom if do, Slg. Sarasat,
Max Aivary. 0lde Mosln,
8 g. Dd Pnente. C. Behrens,
Pig. Arditl, P. S. Gilmore.
Eroil Fischer, A. D Novellis.
Pig. ferott, Kmil Ltebltng,
die. ncTem. . oas. anniiu
The hand-omept assortment of
ladios mnslio underwear to
b oiind in the three cities
will be displayed on our
coiiottrs tills wee.
Bet t mace.
Gowne, corset covers,
Gcwns b?gin at 60c
Drawers a 25c
We could go thay
prices nn in a BBk
you wouid r;n N
examination; a P0
right off " Jm
Before eizep are b
and drawee. 8
Spf.ino Goo. -spar
amvme i. 'i
drrss oromis tin. J
" . ' c.
whether you nurch,'
Grkat Rw - e I
-One caszphv. D- !H
10c a Yd.
W HAI CMTllucp
ut-.kft.iv I IICOi
At About Half Price at The
Lllll Lehm an,
And many other prominent musicians of Bur.
op and America.
Th piano tkat indorsed by tbe colletUTS
a-enln and aataoritlea of the world may b found
ra larg Tariety, together with tat Kimball, Heed
ani PorUbta prp oigans as well as well aa tha
celebrated HalM Daris mmi Kmcnoa piano of
eheapw make, a the wareroomt of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand tbe finest brands of domestic
and imported ch:ars. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second A venae.
6 Comic Valentines for -
2 one rent Valentines for
A two cent Valentine for -
A three cent Valentine for - -
A five cent Valentine for -
A seven cent Valentine for -
Satin Valentine - -
Satin Valentine - -,
Satin Valentine - -
Celuloid Valentine from - .
Large stock and selling them at about half the
uiw u eaters ass ior tnem. 1
F. J. YOU2JG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Is now lucated in his sew shop.
At' 324 Seventeenth Street
WLigbt sboe. a specialty. PFpo()l M m
We inaugurate another big sacrifice sale. "This time of Can
Goods," at the following prices:
1 f Bak n
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Poisder. No Am monia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Sndard
10 doz. peaches reduced from
" bust brand California peaches,
" California Bartlett pears from
16 doz. the v est brand, from
10 doz apricots, from - -10
doz. best brand, from -5
doz. nectarines, from ...
23 to 15c
14 22 to 17c
25 to 19c
30 to 21c
25 to 19c
30 to 21c
23 to 16c
25 to 19c
25 to 19c
10 dcz. green gages, from
" beat grade,
" egg plums, from
5 doz. blackberries, from
' raspberries, from
" strawberries, from
3 doz. best California white cherries,
15 doz. one gallon cans apples,
Fine eating apples, per peck, only
22 to 14c
2j to 17c
25 to tC
10 to 6c
15 to :cc
15 to 10c
35 to 27c
30 to 22c
No customer can get more than six cans each of the above at
the reduced prices. Alter the above lot is gone we will not sell
any more at the prices we quote above, as these goods would
bring more at wholesale, but we prefer to give our patrons the