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1 JLLE AUGUS. THURSDAY, FJEBKU AJU x 23, 18U3.
Fancy bankets at Long'.
New cabbage at gemmers.1
Froth ctcotant at Sommera."
8woet cider at W. A Ehleb'a.
Nice celery at W. A. Ehleb'r
Spanish union at W. A. Enleb's.
Jamaica wafers at W. A. Ealeb'i.
$1 suits (or 1 99 at the London.
Deviled cheese at Browner fc Co.'s.
Fresh lake fish at Browner & Co.'s
We undersell everybody. The London.
Boys' ft suiu for $3.49 at the Loo
don. Men's socks, sis for 5 cents at the Lon
dan. Bananas and oranges at Browner &
Graham and oatmeal gems at W. A.
$5 boys' suits $3 95 a. 8imon & Moscn
feldcr's. 43c knee pints 25c at Simon & Mosen
Linen collars two for C cents at the
50c will buy $1 worth at Simon & Mo
f 4 boys' suits $3.95 at Simon fc Mo
linfeWcr's. $10 men's suits $7 50 at Simon & Mo
scnfelder's. Men's socks, lc a pair at Simon &
$8 men's overcoats $5.85 at Simoa &
Mosen f elder's.
$5 boys' and children's suits for $3.49
at the London.
$1 boys' kr.ee pants 6uits 5t)c at Simon
A fail lne of fresh vegetables at
Browner fc Co 's,
Turcips. rutabagas, cabbage and cran
berries ai L n's.
Smoked ciiitut, bl-.igter and Fionan
had.lies ut Lodr's.
Tos fi jest cats in ihe city a: Browser's
Tbe place to order your meatBrown
er' Columbia market.
Pan's worth up to $5, fire out sale
price $2.49. The London.
II. W. Schmitten and little son arc vis
iting relatives at Savana, 111.
Frtsn fisl and eysters at Schiad'e:'
meat marke; 1617 Second ave.
Tte spring and summer goods have ar
rived at J. B. Z;maier's the tailor.
Tangerines at W. A Ehlea' Twen
tieth s'.ri-et grocery. Telephone 1187.
Children's suits worth up to $5 go in
this fire oil sale for $2 49 at the Linden.
Celery, cauliflower, lettuce, cabbace.
sweet potatoes, beets and parsnips at
Browntr & Co.'s'.
If jouordra rot from Browccr's
Colombia market yon are sure to eel a
good cne. Try them.
Simon & Moseufelder have a d:ffiUy
elsewhere, the careful reading of wjiich
will prove advantageous.
The otter clothing houses ain't in it
when it comes to low prices. We are ai
was the lowest. The London.
A. B. Pine, one of the directors of the
Western Onion Telegraph company, was
in the city yesterday on business.
Dr. Stewart and wife, of Geneseo, are
at the P.X'k Island hosse. They will
probably make Rock Island their home
A. C. Woodyatt has leased a portion
of the stf reroom occupied by C. C. Tay
lor and is moving his musical goods
Now is the tima to leave vocr order
for a spring suit. J. B. Zimmer has the
largest stock he has ever shown and will
give'yoa a good fit.
Oar new spring steck is on the wsy
winter goods have to go. One-fourth,
one-tbird and one-half efl from former
prices at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
The closing arguments in the case
against Martin v right and Cbas. Peter
son for cruelty to animals are being made
in Magistrate Wivills office this after-
The Rock Island County Farmers' In
stitute will hold its cert session at Hills
dale Tuesday next. . An interesting and
instructive programme has been pre
The famil? of the late Mrs. Jessie
Long desire to publicly express their
thanks tor all the evidences of affection
and sympathy manifest, during (heir late
The funeral of Mrs. Jessie Long was
held yesterday afternoon from the late
name on the blufl. Rdv. T. W. Grafton
efflaititinz. There were many handscrcs
florl tributes The pall bearers were:
Messrs. William . ilcConochic. W. P.
9nvle. C. E. Hodgson. W. B. Sufford.
O. W. Schlegel and Willi m Caldwell.
Hon.IWos P. Phelpe, of Monmouth,
chairman of the democratic state centra'
committee of Illinois, and one of the mcst
energetic snd recognized leaders of Uc
democracy in the state, has been ap
pointed by Governor Altgeld one ef tte
trus e s of the Illinois hospital for ih.
insane tt Jacksonville, vice David E.
Six persons in tbe family of Mrs. FreJ
Adolphscn.livicg at the corner of Seventh
street and Fifteenth avenue, Mo'.ine, are
cod fined to their beds in one room, with
typhoid fever. The Republican-Journal
says tbe family is destitute, to kM to
their misery. Tiey have nothing
in tbe house ta eat, exrept what
is contributed by neighbors. Until lately
Mrs.Adolphson's mother, an aged wr.rr.an
The only Pure Cream of Tartar
of 70 yenr, bas tried to care for them
and Rive thtin their medicine, with near
ly all tbe others in tht delirious condi
tion thai eo-8 with this fever.
A', tbe imetine ot tbe TwinCitv Co!-
umbinn coram ttee last evening, Caair
man Velie presided and there was a fdir
attendance f inembeis from both cuies,
including Lieut Thompson from tbe ar
senal. Tbe can - hsu in Rock Island ia to
be comotered today, when the papers ate
to be seutto M line The next m-cine
will be held when the work there ia com
pleted Geoige Giddi tia. of tbe Ramsav Mor
ris comtdy cor l Dan y. his made a trf
mendons success in' "Joseph:" He ss
tunes the title role in the comedy, and
cntirs a-e unar imous in saying tbat be
nas created a character which will live
lonsrr thsu "The Private Secreurv."
Mr G ddens wg for several years the
princtpHi comedian of Charles Wynds
ham's London company, and made a
greater bit that Wyndham, on tbe lat
ter s several American tours
Iuniahi ng an Eskimo Dog;,
The worst punishment that can be in
flicted upon a c nscientious leader Eskimo
dog is to reduce him to tho ranks, and his
abject demeanor as ho sorrowfully slinks
along with his tail between his legs is al
most heartrending. On the other hand, the
dog that has bee l promoted at once assumes
a self conscious i trut. The old adage that
dog will eat doj; was proved repeatedly on
my Alaska trip. On one occasion a dog re
ceived no food f r nearly five days because
we had through the bungling of a lying
guide underestimated the length of a march
and had run ott of the supply of dried
salmon, which forms the sole diet of the
In consequenca we lost half a dozen of
our faithful animals by starvation, atrial
wnicn to me was more agonizing than anv
personal sufferin I never saw during this
period oi misery it single sign shown by any
one of the team to satisfy his cravings upon
me Douy or nis lellow. A. 13. bchanz in
T.Tiat to Ho.
When a young woman asks you to
go with her to chooso n pocketbook and
tells the clerk the wants one '.'so long,"
measuring a -;pace of six or eight
inches with the first finger of each hand.
it is just as w 11 not to express your
surprise that it imi t to la dainty, sil
ver mounted a lair that accords wiili
her costuming, and when fhc chooses an
enormous seal 1 'at her affair with lots of
com pjirtnients f r bills and cheeks and
numerous other such articles it is safe
to dtxide tlv.i-i "Cliarlev" ttill lives in
her memory as :-t;e ir. his, and when she
talks .Vor.n the r.mrkin:; and takes the
pencil i:i r. d. t r.n-::i d way and rv.
fvrcrs tho w.!-.s;i --I;' remark about tho
letters with a k ,v "I il write the:-.-.,"
why. it's tir.ic t t.;m your back r.:id Ik?
awfully i:it-r -t.-d m something else.
W St l Itl Ist'tlllsUl.
Mapi.-on. Feb. In the senaie tbe fol
lowing linls Mile in'.r-V.tivcI: Declaring
valid ar..i h)U..ii!L ri.nirut oT iir.uors in
certain i.i-i - . r. ii:ir.or- m:ike miv
reprent; ;-n ;.; u . hich u.e othei
party rel.e: rt-vu'-'tlug the liability o!
hotel prof iicti-rs ind making the death ef
any per-on in k:i iun rotn escaping gaf
prima facie evident'? of can.;e-.iiess on the
part of the owner lin:i:ing the number oi
terms of couuty trtasums to two; apjutv
priating money for the t-reetion of a new
ATill Succeed in Suiriile.
Mt'scit, Ind., Feb. Walter Harri
son, of Bowling Green, O., shot and fatal
ly injured himself here Tuesday with sui
cidal intent. A 3-caliber hammerless re
volver was used The ball entered the
right temple and was found at the base ol
the left eye, havirg passed nearly through
the head. The young man was still alive
ten hours after tie shooting and at time?
Be Should Go to Paris, Tex.
KsoxviLLE, Tern., Feb. 23. Miss Kathel
Callahan, liying four miles from Sweet
water, has been fasting for the greater part
of forty days, which expires next Satur
day. She is now prostrated in bed, but re
fuses to eat till forty days expire. Hex
brother whipped 1 er severely to make her
eat, but without elect. The fast is caused
by religious fanaticism.
Yellow l ever Kills Scientist.
LEWisnrno, Pa., Feb. 'Zi. J. G. Owens,
well-known sciei list of Lewisburg, Pa.,
died recently of yellow fever in Honduras
while making excavations for Harvard
university and coliecting exhibits for the
archaclogical exhibit at the World's air.
IVork f tfie Types.
The editor who tt the last moment had
to substitute "dead" for "ill."' but who
forgot the qualifying adverb, furnished
bis readers with tl e surprising news that
our esteemed lellow citizen, Simon
Smith, is lying dangerously dead."
Washington Newv .
The taxes for 1892 are tow due and
may be paid to tb" under9icr'd a Hurst
fc Donaldson's oft ce in Masonic Temple
b'och. Please brn c your last year's re
ceipt, which will -nab!e tbe collector o
fed your descriot oo on tbe us books.
William J. Gamble.
Waih tct-n. I). C . and 'Fetarn
For theiDaugurs! ceremonies at Wash
instoc, D. U . Ma-rh 4, the C . B I. !
P. road from Feb. 2S to March 3, inclu
s.ve. will sell rouo i trip tickets good to
return to March 12 at greatly reduced
rates. F. II. Plcmmer.
The Wet Ser Forecast.
For the next 56 hours, e'eatiag and
Powfier. NoAmmojia:K0 Alum.
The firm of Hamma'.t A Buford, archi
tects, office in Mitchell & Lynde'a block,
is worthy of esDecial mention in these
columns. Mr. Hammalt's established rep
utation as an accomplished and sklllfnl
architect as well known throughout this
and neighboring cities, end held in favor
able estimation Mr. Clark H. Buford,
tbe junior member, will be readily recog
nised as one of Rock Island's most prom
ising and deserving young men, born and
reared in this city, and whose reputation
for personal integrity, natural ability and
social standing are particularly gratifying
to his numerous Mends and creditable to
himself. Both by aatuial aptitude acd
by education he it well endowed and
equipped for tbe duties of his profession.
A graduate of distinction at our city High
school, he spent tbe following three years
in close and careful study of his profes
sion in the office of a practical architect
and during the year last past bas contin
ued the same lino of study at the Illinois
university at Champaign. Being thus
thoroughly, prictically and scientifically
prepared, his proficiency merits in a high
degree the confidence and patronage ot
his fellow citizens, and the Angus fee s
assured his success will be commeneura'e
with bis personal worth and ability.
As competent and trustworthy architects
the nrm or Hammatt fc Buford stands
l-'ryrn Wwtrr Nut Pure.
The popular idoa that witter i puri
fied by frconin.t: litis Ixt-n airnin dis
proved by roctr.t careful experiments.
which show that t!io average amount of
impurity retained by the ice is 34.3 per
cent of organic matter. As organic
matter is the more objectionable of tho
two, the case is worse than was for
nicrly supposed. New York Press.
As & prevsntive of the grip. Hood s
Srsaparilla has grown into great favor.
It fortifies the system and purifies the
J- E. Montrose, Macaccr.
Frjday, February 24th.
A Superb Attraction American Grt-at-est
In the Trcmcndons Liushing
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SSSS FE prp HHH
The Sen Comedy Or-sn'r.ation Traveling Tre
scnting tbe Fnoniri Coxedy of
COBFAST OF AKTIi TS.
Mr John Glerdinninir Mitj Etie de Wolfe
Mr George Giddens Mrs E J Pbilllpv
VrlUrry Gwineue Mif i Mary Pennld
i!r !nb l'fx Mi" He!rB Stoctwell
Mr Edgar Norton Mr William Mn'ton
Mr Jameson Lee Finney.
Seats on sale Feb. Rd at Ilsrpcr Hou?e rhr
icac. Pricestl. 75c. 50c, S5e.
urtis Opera House,
Sunday, Feb. 26th.
MATINEK AND NIGHT;
In the Groateit or a'l Day1,
l;y Keuy C. De Mille Maa:Eccnt Scotic
acd Mechanical E2c:ts.
Trices Si, V, -V) aci iic . Ladies best scats
0c to matinee.
Buy your Viavi tcir.edv f the dl t iiti'ihed
rm $1 fu per "cox. We arc aSo unle a.-cn:s for
Dr. Springsteen's Lat- t Kt meuy.
Good salary or commission to ajrrr.t Emks and
censntation free, Csll on or ncuiress.
Tin Wai.ken Bkown Co.
Koom 15. Dittoe Block, Davenport.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not cas or sm"ke; heavy steel body;
lare ash pan. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large number of letter in possession of
the macn'acturer indorfing the superiority of
the Kimliall Piar.o c mt r.tion the fullowlng well
known muteiace uho hare ued and recommend
Adelira Tatti, Sic. Tomipno, S'g. Sarasate.
Lllli Lehmari, Max AWarv. Ovlde Matin,
Mincie Hank, Sc PelPumta. . BehrenF,
Mmc. Albani. S:g. Ard;ti. P. S. Gilmore.
Mme. Xordica. Emil Fischer, A. I Novrllis.
Fursch-Matli. Sip. t'eroli. Kmil Lieblina:,
Mme.Fabri. Sip. Kevtlli. ( has. Kunael,
Clementine de Vtre, W. C. . Seeboeck
And many otbe r j.riimincnt mnsxians of Eur
ope and Amciiia.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
eeniua and authorities cf the wcrld ma fonnd
in larf e variety, top ether with tbe Kimball, Heed
ana Portable pipe orcara as well as well as the
cciebra el Hailet lav' ard Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, al tt e .ire?orms of
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eali Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imir.?d cicRrs. A'l brands of tobacco.
The score of a'.l the rail games wi'l be received
S L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue,
D. HOY e
Now Oj)eii to All.
"tir r - ritAcuA , 1
mm cx iwcxu uuibe ana carry on tne
We are pleased to announce
that our Spring etock of dress
goods are here and on our
counters, handsomer than
ever and a stack of them.
The bf6t we can say of them is
that people are buying them
freely, buy yours early while
you have tirst choice.
Some Bpecial Prices
Cashmeres i 0 cents.
Changeable Twills 25 cents.
Changeant9. 35 cents, 40 inch
Henrieitis, 40 in. very desirable, 48c
Pretty Checks, illuminated.
Serges and all the better fabrics.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
a complete- line? or t'ipe, Brae Goode, Prftkiu lio
Fire Brick4 Etc. Largest and best -quuped
establishment weei of Chicago.
DA Vlii tsxJjt,XL Moline, 111. j 1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth bi.
Telephone 2053. j Telephone 1148. KockitiaDc
?"5ifienoe Te'n.;' 1ti'
!s now located :c hi rew sr.cp.
At' 324 Seventeenth Street.
iy Light shoes, a sptciaity. Crfxs'te te ftar.d
Froprictoror of the Brady f.rcet
Ail kinds of Cut Flowers constant'. on fesn.i.
orccn Houses F!owr!orc
Oi;e block from Central ark, the larjeslin lawa. oOl Brady street, Davcr.io::, I
W nile here examine the ar
and elegant assortment '
fi trii rrn t.oh .w. t
& ,ltn ijawrjH n.
gandies, Satins, MuuS)
Remember tbat Mr MytI. ,
New Yoi-k. tviil he
Wednesday and Thursday o
this week tc per6oriailyintro;
duce his perfomes at
1803 Second Avenue.
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Dsed in Minions of Homes 40 Var tfc-