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XliJS AJKGUS, SATUUDA. MAJhCH 4, 1893.
Oyster lunch at the Star saloon to.
VoWinj; 1p1s at Cle-mann & alz
Wail pajwr at the Adam wall pa
Skatii: at Tri-City ici? park. Ad
mission 10 cent..
If. P. Sin. Marti, of Eilginjrton. was
In thrt city today-
Cariif.tfi of all grades ami styles at
G. O. Hucktac(ltV.
Parlor roods are goin; vcrv clieaji
at (J. O. ilucktaedtV.
Carpets, wholesale and retail, at
Cletnsnn A Salzmann's.
received n any handsome evidences
of esteem and appreciation. The
time was sjent w ith game and other
entertaining pastimes, and elegant
refreshments were served at the
A girl foi some time employed as
domestic in the family of A. Mosen
felder w as today taken in eharge bv
Capt. Kran er for taking a diamond
pin and other missing jewelrv from
the family in which she was em
ployed. Hon. YV. B. Payne came home from
Springfield in order to be within
reach of home when the news
came fron the nation's capital
today. lVnc himself had .serious
misgivings as to what effect the real
ity might have Ujxin him.
onoluded to adjourn indefinitely.
I At .5 oVJi ek yesterday afternoon,
j papers were tiled in the office of the
I circuit clcrl- fur an assignment made
j by M. Lee tialt, of his stock of books,
'.stationery, etc.. to .vlair Pleasants
, for tin- bench'; of his creditors. The
j liabilities are estimated at $ti.V, ami
: t lie asset's ; on. Mr. Gait has ma-le
I the move be 'atlse of the condition of
! i i .... . .
and see Ciem inn A: !1 ' " " ' " " v llu'" tor some tune lias
stock of ri: - all sizes, j preAcnte.i li s giving ins l.tisiness the
i her. of indianapotis. is
ti a -hurt visit to friends.
aticnlion lie tli-snvil. and he is now
onlined to I is led. Mr. Gait has a.
rreal manv friends in loi-k Isl-m.l
C.einann & Sal- j regret 'his retirement from bn.-i-oiir
Mho!- diniTig',,,, :iu,i i10)l. that with his return
to heait h lie ma v re:
s'oikof wall pajer at pursuits. T ic stock will be disp.
Wall 1'ajjir company's J of in bulk, ii all jrobabilit v.
- fainiiv return .-d to, lav ,
-sfui friti ilown iliroii 'Ji !
AB3RZV iATEO TELEGRAMS.
The adjourneil meeting of the Hock
The latest styles in wall paper at j Island ( 'otii ty Horticultural society
the Adams wall paper store. j was to have been held in Molinc to-
Hnv ivail paper at a wall pa,M.,. I '':'.v. ''"t as was the case two weeks
store'-the Adams for instance. j ago. only one man was present at
... ,, ,, ,, the tune ior calling the session
n.-iii Mjiei. aii paper, wait paper ; (.
jli ii. e .a.kuiis an paper store.
See tie- rich designs in wall paper
at the A. lam-. Twentieth street.
Mr. Mary Hlaeklmrn left today for
Chicago to be gone several davs.
A grand oyster lunch at the Star
saloon on Market, -'("are tonight.
i.arg !::.. of Chinese and Japanese
maiiUigat :einanii A: Salntann s.
i n l V- v
K.in a i
niai'!! - t"
tl A -
fr..,: ; s
Aid. H.-nry Kinui-r and wifi re-fnrn-d
eerday from a visit to
friend - i n low a.
The Adams wall paper store on
Twentieth street is the pla.ee to buv
yoitr w ail paper.
Cler.ian:i& Salxniann can how vou
a larger line of carpets than ali'llie
other -nrrs eombinecl.
Mr.-. Johanna Byrnes and (laugh
ter. Miss Kate, leave this evening for
Chicago on a short visit.
All the latest and richest and most
unbpic designs in wall paper at the
Adams wa!! paper store.
Hans C'emann. of Cleniann Sa!.
mann. w ho lias been laid up for some
day.-, is again able to be about.
Mr.-. Hannah M. Biddison, who
has been .juite ill for some time past,
is reported as somewhat improved.
.Nidcbonrds. d iuing room tables and
furniture of every description in a
great ariety at g". O. Huckstaedt's.
Buy your pallor furniture from
Ciemann it Salmaun. ail their own
A Toiiih Ynra.
A decidedly i mprolialilu story is tola j
of a New Kngland man who while1
traveling in t iiu wi'.ds of Xoith Caro-'
lina fell in with a guide who proved!
co in in ii nica u ve auu interest in i here
war a ma t killed down yonder last
week." said thu guide, pointing to the
valtex bcloiv. -What for?" a.skeil ihe
traveler. 'He wa a rev'noo officer,"
sai.l the guide. -But what had he
done?" impiired the traveler. "He
was a rev no, i olli.'cr." n'n 1 the'
guide. "I liuiiei-lan.'." s-u ,' lrav-j
eler:-' "ii;$ v. hat v as
It V niau, sal . !'i . -e v.iliien
i'gy. ' he w:nm a icOi.i i o!lietr an
tiiar's ..! mei do-, u in the valley
wa'iiti' e. ith ;: .t.i , for tin; i(evi ooe
that 11 ..s :.. -i, . ;.. r;.M
urtis Opera House,
Wednesday, Alarch Hth,
Vri a t m the Geni i staire Wtinlor - Tho
Nmiiienl l'a.t,m mic c.-ire.y,
Vii'Itr lie maiiaj. iner t of
I timr.KC i Ws .
A li . :;t Cat! of l layir-.
AH Ur.-:.Lal 1.1. 4f
Act !. Ho r, jf ,i , ,v n r onl h . Tlio J
livifrv t Ii nus Tit- eo'.ai.. To, u:dc.
'I tit-1. ha.,. i
A.T II. iiai'.ivay !ia,! S,ns';1jp yu-r'x. Tlio !e- !
Ii-nivc. A fa:-.i l.i; u r Srcnc i I ef f..r
rtiic. iho O1-...1U.. ' S !i,H-" Th.. ! '! h V 'ilnf t-.f Jrt Ariiil.-
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will ket p fire all i:i,'ht with soft coal;
v. ill no; ai or ke; henvc s' el ho.ly;
e-.r.:e hh pin. Cnil nnd cj-ur.ine thia
wonderful si"-vc '.'. ' v
Special attractions in Eui
btoicUrriea. Our miire new
line of Swiss, Hamburg, and
Nainsook and colored em
broideries will be rn sale
Beauii ul desigtif-,
This exhibit vit repay your '
careful ex? niti atiou
Our .vLi;e Go (ls
mm. t ia i!i!...i .
with Na:i sook,. Dlmitfe
uia Linorp. Lawiis
; till t t!i r . i.
frirsr op.ni,..,, v .
iVi-. in souk- at
5c a rard.
i Tlu- piist n a : general trades the ad-
! ministration o: tiir t.o-l.iiia-i's in the conn
" 1:"'"r at 1 ' HopjH-'s I try as follows: K.v i :vm, 4.-J.I : piod, 13,-
tlly !irt e!a workmen ' C"l: lair. 10.:;V. ; poor. -,-'sa.
i A eompnrio i et ;!:c national debt at the
! cloins o Cit laml's last admititst ration
anJ that ot Ha rrisou shows the total Uelit
to have bevu--Cleveland, f l,:y',.")0:,'.i'i;.oS;
Harrison, $.n-1, l,7.VJ.i;:'..
A cyclone struck Marion, Miss., and
killed two ers ins Mrs. Mailer and daugh
ter. V; J. Harrison and wife, an agefl
couple, are fati.l'.y hurt, it is believed. A
cegro is reported killed also, and several
persons were wounded. Much property
was destroy d.
An annexation club with 2tk members
has been orpu ized a: Anihcrstburg, Ont.
President Harrison has signed the car
Princess Ka.ulani aud party are at
Kx-Private crctary Halfonl has sailed
for Prance to d.) duty as disbursing officer
of the Behring sea commission.
Typhus fever has broken out at Titus
Whole l'mi:y Acriilrntaliy 1'oisoned.
Mascovt.mi, Ills.. March 4. IrengZeis,
a Monroe county farmer, died several weeks
ago. A week '.ater his daughter died. A
week after her death a son died, and l ist
week another ehild died. Mrs. Zeis vvas
taken sick in tl e same way a few days jo.
and is very low. The cause of the de. hs
was supposed 1 1 have leen pneumonia, bat
it turns out thfct the whole fon- Iy were the
victims of accidental poisoning. Last fall
Mrs. Zeis cookel apple butter ia a copper
vat. The result was the formation of a
poison which, w hen eaten, caused death.
Mmu anil Monry Missinj;.
Central Cnr, Ky., March 4. v. M.
Casseday of the firm of Casseday & Vick,
marble dealers, is missing, and his cred
itors are anxiot s as to his whereabouts.
During the pas', week Casseday has col
lected about f i,0t0 which he failed to ac
count for. He was receiver for the Ancient
Order of Unitei Workmen and a promi
netit member of the Presbyterian church.
He left without informing his wife or chil
dren of his dest nation.
make. ;.;t prices that cannot lie dupli
cated. The K!ii--Hasier-elwentscr llrv
(ioods company, of DavenjM.rt, will
announce the exact date of their
The AKtii s hoisted all the starrv
hauliers in its possession today in
honor of I J rover iCleveland and the
dennn rai ie part v.
for bedroom suits Clemami v Salz
niaun are offering some special bar
gains. The lines! and moM complete
line to sele.cl from.
The Adams Wall Paper company
lias just receivod a complete new
stock. Inspect it when making vour
spring inipro ements.
Michael Hun and Miss Susana
Price of Cable, wen united in mar
riage by -Magistrate Wivill at hi of
fice yesterday afternoon.
Holder of season tickets for the
!(ck Island Lecture association en
tertainments are requested to pre- that nut le
lurni u our
-eric uiem rr future use.
Carjiets, carpets now for carpet
at Ciemann tfc Salzmaim's. Most
cun plete line ever shown in this sec
tion of country. Call and see thern.
Have you seen the new line of side
hoards, and dining room tables at
Cleniann & Salzmann's? If not. ii
would pay you to call and see theni.
Mrs. A. A. Rogers, and sister. Miss
-ra Jacoba. leave this evening on a
visit to Colorado. Mr. Ko;;ers. the
popular C. H. & t. etnduH.or, is on
a duck hiMitinjr outinyr near Heards-
World's l air ouvenir Sptitinn.
Newark, X. I., .rol Two designs
for official Kur.enir spoons subniitteil by
the Alvin Man ifacturing company of Ir
vington, X. .1., have been selected by trie
ways and menu committee of the World's
fair. Already ; 4i,t tti: spoons have been or
dered. ( v r cie !m i.ii i '-il ilesijns were
subinittctl. A i ( I,-?-; va; ive estimate is
s than .vji.uhi spoons will be
by the Irviiiirtoii linn for tb
No One Ili-unriffl at 'ily.
Bay Cm. Mali . Murch 4. All of the
persons who e e tr.iiug Thursday night
and wi re supp sed to have been drowned
at the launching have been accounted for
and it is now believed that no one was
drowned. Prod Babcock. one of the in
jured, died vest 'tday fr.ui internal hem
orrhage, but i is tabeved that all the
others will rccco er.
Order T.ur Ice of ipeoe.
It'ic k Islank. Jan., 31. This is to
notify the public that I have cut a
rood supidv o irood. pure ice and
I'he editor of t he Union "ot what that I am not in anv combination.
satisfaction he could out of the event i am now ready to make contracts
al Washington today, bv displa vinjr 1 1,r coming season ami would re
the insignia of hi olViee as port id spectfnllv sol cit a reasonable share
entry oflieer. for thetirst time since' of patronage.
the ele-tion. j W illiam T. Si'KM t.
There was an eceedin;:! v plea-ant ' Forty-second Street,
-atherin-at the residence- of Jo, ' I've used Ir. Bull's Coujrh Svrup
(iblweiler. Jr.. 111"! Third avenue. in my family for a Ion? while. and
vesterdav afternoon and evenin- in woul'dn't be without it. I know it's
honor of Mrs. Ohlweiler's birthday a jrood medi. inc. John Harrison,
aiuurersary. I here were about go ,,f,st master, (J lvton, Eflin-ham Co..
persons present, an. 1 Mrs. Ohlwciler (;a.v
" " o iU ! Ii E
The onh- Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia : No Alum.
1 ev.;ii,; bip in t!i fern.' is a t i:er in
Act III safe on 'i.e 1'ri i c', roas" " srt; too
l.jLh; 10 sii.k .Mewy-ttaku:- ia Ce'er.ratiou
ef Hie Kt'fcue
Anting the a-siioi of l.c il .v:)if- cl'r tcil
i.'iukir 1 it y (;'i.ir, He. .Vpr. fieri. Kru.st
liEson. ami -r ).am: I, f Met tier, the w.-.rki
lann-a iiaititur, aid linet ef i. ei i tif
Stat" now at Kiuke's. SI, Tor, :0c, iSc.
Qurtis Opera House,
Friday, March 10.
Moftic.il Event the S on .
Tin: Chii aco ()i;riiKn;A.
Vri'Ier the t ctilersM of
j In Fuv r of the
jf' - ""'sl'-' -Jk
tw " "."ii
THK( )I)()UF, THOM AS.
CZ Hi G-ea: i'.aml i.f furivn'e!
M ajicitirs. DO
Ai;nk Tiiiimsiin. Soprano.
Tf.cvt 51 60. 51 , -:.c, "Or. Seit s.icat rlitc'
Mondsy morniiig Te'ephone Xo. M
i 1- 2. ; A '? 1 of the old cs-th ifhed
firm, superooi. We are n!so Me ---n; for
Dr. pnn-tveii Lsttret Kemedy.
Good lry or Mmnii'von to ss.-rrts E,i-k and
confnltation free, c-li on or i.dref.
Th Wakbks iir.ows Co.
Room 15. Dittoc Block. Davenport.
From a iarjrc nr.mber of letter in possesion of
the mann'acturerj indonin: the mperiority of
the Kimriail Piaro wc mention fie following well
known mus'.c'ars who bve nsed ar.d rccomrr.end
AtVliria Patti, S'jr. Tom?r.o, S p. Sarasate,
Lilii Lehman, Max Alvarv. Oviiie Mut-in,
Vinrie Har.k, 2 l.'el Pucntc. r. Behrcnt",
lme. Albant. S p. Arditi. P. S. Gilmore.
Mme. Noidira. Kin:l Kiecher, A. D. Novcllis.
Fursch-Madi. (Jip. ecroti. Kmil I.iebiinp
Yme. Fabri. Sic. UeveKi. rh. Knnkci,"
Climeutiue ilc V re, W. C. E. Seccoeck
And many otter jrumineat musicians of Kar.
ope and America.
The piano thu icdor?U by the col'cctlve
ccning and authorities of the wor'd mi? k fourd
In large W.ety, together with the Kimball. Reed
ana Portable pipe o-caos as wcil .as well a" the
eclebra ed Baliet 4 lav:g acd Emeraon piaros of
cbeaper make, at tl.e warerooms of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
.t . . r, . ... . ....
' FT Z Cf It
Cigar Store and Bir.iard Parlor.
Always on hand the flcect brand of domestic
ar.d imported cicar. All brands of tobacco.
The (core of a':! The ball p unite wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
fia and Steam rifting
i cjaipietr lin- of i'ip-, lirusa 'ioode, i'atic.n. ,-,
Fire Brick Etc. L-arjrest und bm -qiniipr-ti
tetablisiiruent wi cf 'hi. i-.inr.
OAVlsi hji.u,ii.' Moliae. 111.
1 la. 114 West Seventeenth Pt
Telephor.H 1 1-iS. Iicrsiiu
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers
226 Market Square.
Old Guard I (t
Sour Mash Whiskv i
KOHN & ADLER. Market Square.
B. F. DeGEAft,
Contractor and ISuilder.
Office r.nd Shop Corner SeTenteentb 6t.
uad SeTenth Avenue,
K'.) ktn.t of carpEter work s Pfecis'ty. Flan r.i fp.Mtft!fi fr.i a"i ti di c.f c;V.:r;v
Lots of nice choice Suits for Men and Boys left, going at a
mere song. Many of them at less than one-fourth their actual
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