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THE AHGUb. FRIDAY. FJSBRl A1XY 2, 1893.
Hold's Grocery -
We inaugurate another big sacrifice sale. This
Le of ''Can Goods," at the following prices:
Ipewtiei reduced from
. . v...nrl f!l. reaches
JeSV ui" r -
Cil. Bartlelt pears
. ne '
, .pricot. irom
. gi nrsau, imm
20 to 15c
22 to 17c
23 to 19c
30 to 21c
25 to 19c
30 to 21c
20 to 16c
25 to 19c
25 to 19c
10 doz. green gages, from 23 to lc4
twei grs'le, 25 to 17c
egg plums, from S5tol7c
5 doz. blackberries, from 10 to fic
" raspberries, from 15 to 10c
" st! aw berries, from J5 ti 10c
" cherries, fr. m 15 to 10c
3 dc z best Cal white cherries 35 to 27c
H gal. New York apples. 30 to 2?c
Pine eating apples, per peck, only 3Cc
"o customer cm get more than six cats each o tbo
above -I iHt; leuuuou pnwH. nwr uife auOVH lot 13
one wr will pot sell any more at tbe prcea we quote
1620 Second Avenue.
- w-aw W m. m r i j -r'
among the eaily arrivals for spring
In Ladies' Fine Footwear, is the
in Russet and Black Leather. This is the
"latest," and is suitable for both house and
street wear; fits trr fot like a glove, being
perfectly seamless, and at once combines
:omfort and style.
!ET'S SPRING STYLES
in Russet and Patent Leather.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
id Your Money Judiciously.
GET THE MOST FOR IT.
ljreat values for little money.
801, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
1JWine 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
lUtlliF MEM TluN.
Order your wedding cake from
Kroli & M-.tih.
John Barton, of Coal Valley, was
in the city yesterday.
For sale eheap A good fresh Jer
sey cow. Apply at this ofiiee.
Make your own maple syrup and
et your maple svrup from Krell &
People having property for sale
will liiid it to their advantage to en
list it with Keidy Bros.
Try our hoarhound candy for your
cough or cold extra strong Krell
G Math, confectioners.
Wanted To buv a house of six or
eight rooms, centrally located. En
quire of Frank Horn, 1517 Second
E. Allen yesterday sold his prop
erty on Twelfth street and Eighth
avenue to John Cramer through Kei
dy Bro.s". real estate agency, the con
sideration being $1, 075.
John Von Hoorebeke, of Moline.has
through Keidy Bros , agency sold bis
beautiful building lot at Eighth ave
nue and Fifteenth street to Hardy
Hetter. the consideration beinn- $1.
02:.. Among those who left last night
for Chicago on business and pleasure
were: Mavor William McConochie,
Robert McFarlane. Mrs, E. YV.Hurst,
Miss Anna Buford, Otto Huber, tius
tav .Stengel. Chas. Buford and Meyer
Bishop (Jetz van Sehlee. of Visby,
(iottland. a noted Swedish prelate.
will.it is understood, preach in Bock,
Island and Moline and also at Augus
tana college early in June. He is
coming to this country to attend the
On their way to California, F. C.A.
IVnkmann and family, according to
the Galesburg Republican-Register,
had a peculiar experience. On reach
ing that city Mr.Denkmann made the
discovery that his wallet, containing
round trip tickets for San Francisco,
and many other valuables, was miss
ing. Meantime the wallet had been
picked up by one of the car men and
brought to the night ticket agent at
Galesburg, Mho promptly tele
graphed the anxious owner at Bush
nell. By the use of the wire every
thing was straightened out for them
by the time they reached Quinoy.
The central ligurc in the comedy
to be presented at Harper's theatre
this evening by Ramsay Morris' ad
mirable comedy company, is one of
the most laughable creations which
the st.itre has seen in years, and could
never been evolved by any but
Frenchman. "Joseph"' at the rise of
the curtain is the most simple mind-
eel and innocent of men. He has
never told a lie in his life, never been
to a theatre or ball and never swon
before the first act is over, however.
he i urged to practice a certain tie
ceit, and that is to masquerade in a
character that is not his own. Ihn
lirst deceit leads to numerous others
cacn new one designed to cover a
previous one. Gradually he find
himself in a position where all things
point to him as the vilest and most
versatile of scoundrels. The part is
played lv George Guldens, the cele
lirated comedian of Charles Wynd-
hamk's Iondon company; his powers
of drollery are immense, and his
"Joseph'' is a creation long to be re
Trouble in the Firth.
Things political within the repub
lican rants in tne rittn waru are
waxing warmer and warmer. Just
now the source of trouble is the con
test for the city clerkship nomina
tion. It so happens, it may be said,
that all of the candidates thus far
announced reside in that ward
Robert Koehler, Hugh A. McDonald
and J. Alex Montgomery, and while
the two first mentioned are included
in the combinations. Koehler in the
McConochie and McDonald in the
Schroeder, Montgomery is not yield
ing any of his strength, and from
present indications will come pretty
near walking away with the delega
tion from the ward.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within the bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to the
sober, common sense of thinking peo
ple because it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which, in the financial world,
would be accepted without a mo
For a !-eneral family cathartic we
confidently recommend Hood's Pills.
Advertised List No. 8.
List of letters uncalled for at the postofflcs a!
Bosk Islam, in., Feb. M. ISIS:
A-1" 8 William r.yong Alice
Adam-Sn-aimaVi-t(3) Mclinuls Mary
Adams Nanie Mies WcGinnis Julia (S)
a ifX niter Ira Mitchell Levi
Qerbatt Hattie L J add Moore Mira Miss
HeaeleyL VV Jr
bishop W H Mis
K arbor led
Koberts 8 Mrs
Spencer Elie Miss
Spencer Q arge (S
Squire W B
Voet Henry H
Young P K
Pan! son Kriatian
Howabd Wells. Postnaster.
Waahmgt n, 9. t-, and Keturn.
For the inaugural ceremonies at
Washington, D. C, March 4, the C,
R. 1. & P. road from Feb. 28 to
March 3, inclusive, will sell round
trip tickets good to return to March
12 at greatly reduced rates.
F. H. Plcmmbr, .
il Merton Y. Cady to trustees of
Alice Cady, part lots' 1 and 2, block
F, Moline Water Power Co.'s add.,
Rudolph Koch to Julius Dhooge,
sublot A, block 18, Chicago's add.,
Rock Island, fl.SSO.
P. G. Van Hoorebeke to Hardy Het
ter, part lot 53, and lot 54, Huber &
Peeti'sadd., Rock Island, f 1,020.
H. E. Casteel to George A. Savadge,
lot 4, Huber & Peetz's add., Rock Isl
22 Mary L. Butler to Ferdinand
Wybo. part lot 3, block 1, Oakwood
add., Moline, $390.
Feb. 23, Estate of Sarah Caverlyj
Administrator's report filed and ap
proved. Estate of Charles E. Smith. Proof
of publication and posting tiled. In
uentory tiled and approved.
Estate of Arnold Van lloek. In
ventory tiled and approved.
restate oi reter Kick. Order auth
orizing settlement of claim against
Davenport & Rock Island Railw.iv
Estate of John O. Brown. Admin
istratrix's report filed and approved!
Estate of Lewis M. Nelson. Will
admitted to probate. Letters testa
mentary issued to Christine L. Nel
son. Bond tiled and aonrnved. John
O. Johnson, John Barth and David
Lyons appointed appraisers.
Estate of John Dietz. Fin.il renort
of administratrix filed and ordered
approving same and declaring estate
insolvent and discharging adminis
tratrix. l icensed to Wed.
Feb. 16 Charles J. Ramskill,
Willa M. Wells, Rock Island.
18. Charles C. Gentry, Grace E.
Terry. Milan. 111.; Ferdinand Davis,
Rock Island, Mrs. Louisa Davis, Al
edo, 111.: Charles W. Bank, Kanka
kee, 111., Lizzie Clarkson, South Rock
20. Otto W. Tomlinson, Elizabeth
Howe, Cable; Claus A. Palmer, Ger
tie Irankes, Viola, 111.; James II.
Wiesse, Alvina Clausen, Sheridan,
George T. Atkinson, Chicago, Grace
Wilson, Rock Island; Alfred Wain
wright, Zuma, Minnie Brandt, Coe;
Carl E. Shallberg. Moline, Emma J. '
Anderson. Warner; George M. Thomp
son, Mrs. Martha E. S. Eberhardt, Mo
line. 22. Henry de Munk, Clementine
Tiete, Charles H. Adams, Moline,Mrs
Mary D. Stromer, Rock Island.
The Modern Invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping
with other luxuries. A remedy must
be pleasantly acceptable in " form,
purely wholesome in composition,
truly beneficial in effect and entirely
free from every objectionable quali
ty. If really ill he consults a physi
cian: if constipated he uses the gen
tle family laxative. Syrup of Figs.
rn nnraticn cf Pieeiden,-lect Cleveland
For this occasion the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids & Northern railway
will scil round trip excursion tickets
to Washington. 1). C from all sta
tions on its line at very low rates.
Tickets on sale Eel). 2S," March 1 and
2, good to return until and including
March 12. 1SH3. For rates, tickets,
time of trains and other information,
cull on or address any agent of this
company or J. E.'Haxnegan.
Gen"l T'kt or Pass. Ag"t,
Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
What the Hon. George G. Vest says
in regard to the superiority to the
Hirschberg's diamond and non
"1 am using glasses which I pur
chased from Prof. Hirschberg and
they are the best I ever tried; it af
fords me great pleasure to recommend
Prof, Hirschberg as an excellent op
tician, and his glasses are simply un
equalled in my experience.
G. G. Vest."
These spectacles are for sale bv T.
H. Thomas, agent for Rock Island.
hey all Testify
To the Efficacy
ThA Ald.tfm llmnla
rcmedrfrom th Qmnr:n
ImmM And flelria hn
!M eronc form to the antipodes.
cpnfai-mllng ttie thcortej of
thnUVhA riMunfl .n I ..It. . V. .
nrmliU..t..r.in ITl i v i ,
1 51 i lit. Wh ich ltilrMtintlmmlat.1.
- "-i-ift -uiuu uutwaraiy aosorDea or the
res-jit of vile diseases from within all yield to thU
t'.-.-.-iii, uuv simple rvmruy. n is an nneijimlea
. "n!e, 1'tiilds up the old and feeble, cures all diseuse i
i.r.':::ur from impure blood or weakened Titallty.
t?ml lor a treatise. Examine the proof.
li joks on " E'.ood and Skin Diseases " tnaUed freev.
DruggUt Sell It.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer . Atlanta. Ca.
II" D 1
V 1 7- - m m
ILL TOTICS ISI XKaVSCSASIOir.
The road to
in tne war ot
train service is
and Ohio Ky.,
t trough the hat
tlehelds of Vir
ginia snd West
Vireln ia and
the most pictur
The F. F. V
is the only din
irg car train.
Ail the thronKh
trains are light
ed with elec
tricity, arid are
heated with steam. For lowest excursion rates
and complete information apply to nearest
tcket agent, or address C. B. ETA'S, sclltAnt
generalCpassenfer cgeat, C bartons U, O.
GET OUT. That's the word.
YOU MUST HELP US TO UNLOAD.
O For One Week.
Beginning Monday, Feb., 20th, you can buy any
thing in our North Room at 20 per cent off.
Ghairs, Tables, Parlor Suits.
A1 bums, Lamps,
We are daily receiving new lots of Carpets,
Curtains, Bedroom and Parlor Suits, Side
Boards, Extension and Parlor Tables, Cup
boards, Office Desks and Chairs. Come
at once if you want
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
GHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ii
Tblkphonk 421 ,
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
1AHNS & BERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Housk Furnishing Goods.
1612 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, 1LU
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL. BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AKD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al' kinds of brass, hrocae and aluminum bronze casting, al) shades and Uas;tie Hal
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Saor m OmcB At 1F11 First avenue, teur. Ferry ianding. - b.OClU5LAKI.
J. MAQER, Proprietor.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Fenrth avenue. Kesidencc 1119 Fanrth aTensc
Plans and (peciflcations fnniJi'hed on all classes of work; also spent for Willer's Va.i.a
din Blind-, something new, stylish and desfnJble.
Wit . SCHMIIl.
JOHN M. PAR1DON.
BENBT A. PARIIKjiN.
SCHMEIL, PARIDON 8a SON,
Painters and Decorators,
Kalbqhining, Papek Hanging, Eto
419 Seventeent h Street.
Sour Mash Whisky
K0HN & &DLER, Market Square.