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TOE ARQU8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1894. CITY CHAT. Pork Gilanore'a pork. Fresh flub at Hess Bros'. Fresh ami it fish at Boucher's. Eggs 11 cents perdoieaat Passlg's. DmMil chickens at Boucher's gro cery. Child's hand-made wafers at Ban chrr's. Ladies' felt ahoca at half price. M.AK. . Bout buckwheat 34 cents per - sack at Passig's. Dressed cbickeni and turkeys at Hess Bros'. Granulated sngar, 22 pound a for 1. at Paasig's. Fred lie Board, of Hamlet, was in the city today. Red Roue patent flour 90 cent per sack at Passig's. Sun dried apples 19 cents per pound at Passig s. Malaga grapes, pineapples and bananas at Buncber's. lr. Myers has roored his office to No. lili Second avenue. Half price for ladies' felts-42 quality at 41. M. K. Money to loan on real estate accur tty. Apply at Jackson 4k Hurst's. ee M. e K's dollar counter. Shoes worth from fS.&O to .". at 1. The dollar counter at M. K's contains shoes worth from $2 to 95. Hon Ben T. Cable and wife ar rived home this morning from St. I.oui. If von want to borrow money on rral estate, apply at Jackson Hurt's. Oranges, bananas, pine apples. Malaga grapes, dates and fig's, at rasslg's. The linen sale at the Boston store, Davenport, creates more interest every day. New Iteets. carrots, lettuce, spin age. water cresses and parsnips, at Hess Bros. New Iteets. carrots, splnage, rad ishes, lettuce, oniona and celery at Bunchcr's. The stage of water at the Rock fsl and bridge at noon was 4.10; the temperature 41. Hess Bros., have just received a shipment of Kennedy's afternoon tea and butter wafers. Road the Boston store's adv. on front page. Tde sum of the whole thing means dry goods cheap. It don't take an expert to see how much cheaper the Boston store linens are than those purchased elsewhere. Mrs. Hayden, late a missionary la Alaska, will let ture before M. Paul's guild at Trinity church tomorrow Blgbt. The large fine towels for IS and 2'ic. pnrrka?d at the Boston store. Haves port, create a great deal of comment. The R.itail Grocers and Butchers Association of Illinois will bold their aanual meeting at Peoria. Tuesday and Wednesday of nest week. The Rock Island Industrial Home association meets tomorrow evening . . I 1 1 ... a , ,.' a . AiiAtirr a ssii. trus tees are iatited to he ptese&t. ' Fart Carse, the the 2-month'a old child of Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Tre- mann. died this morning at 1:20. The funeral will occur tomorrow af ternoon. The funeral of the late little Mat the w Maroney occurred from M.Jose phs church at 8 o'clock this after noon, the remains being interred in Calvary. Andy Bottler the bartender for William Dressen Is passing the cigars around tixiay, the innocent CLUse of which is a bouncing 12- pound democratic boy. The employes of the division on this side of tne river of the U. 4k R. I. R'y company, are arranging for a nance lor the oeneet or Motoraan Uiemer at Turner halt. Feb. 22. William Wiseman, of Hi son coun ty. Nebraska, and A&ianda Longbebn. of Clinton county, Iowa, were mar ried at & o'clock last evening by Mag istrate v. t. Acnroeiier, la bis ooice. The el vil service examination by the civil service board, of the Rock Island postofDce, of applicants for positions aa clerks or mail carriers, occurs at the postofDce next Satur day. The C. C. C. work wilt be riven by the B. Y. P. I, clasa in the parlors of toe r irst jiaptist church tomorrow evening. A literary and musical program and social. No charges. Everyone invited. A report trained currency this morning to the effect that the ferry, war44 XXlgkst XXoaara T7orUa Fair. DR. ' WOST PERFECT MADE ApCraaeCfaara ot7artar rvwdei. fm J. W. Spencer, had been sold. Cant. CapU Kobiasoa stated that while there hare been negotlationa for the boat, no sale has as yet been eoa lam inated. The mortgage held by the Brooks family on the Columbian grounds.was lifted by Messrs. Jackson and Velle this morning, the amount paid oyer to the former owners of the land be ing 9-10,664.72, payable by check in Mitchell 4k Lynde's bank. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Knox was held thia morning from the resi dence of George Mister, on Twenty third street, Kev. W. 8. Marqnis offl elating. The pall bearers were: Messrs. Phil Mitchell. A. C Dart. D. T. Robinson. W. 8. Knowlton. Mat. L. M. Buford and Dr. W. T. Magi 11. The new term at Miss Tripp's dancing academy begins Friday af ternoon for children's classes. The new class for very young children at S:S0 p. m., for the regular classes at 4:50 p. m., evening class at 8 p. m. New class-forming also for evening. Latest dances taught in all advanced classes. The indications are that within a few days the Morrell Liquor insti tute, of this city, will be purchased by an eastern syndicate, which Dr. W . A. Paul has worked up. and the main office removed from Rock Isl and, though an office will be retained in this territory and probably in Rock Island. News reached the city yesterday, from Cincinnati, of the sudden death there, on Tuesday evening, of W. D. Howard, nnti? six years aco an insu rance agent in Rock Island, but lately in the aame business in Chicago. Mr. Howard was abont 60 years of age. anil baa many iriemis here who will be grieved to" hear of his death. Yesterday afternoon P. I- Mitchell perfected the lease for three years wan if. Hoy ttowioy, oi the Kimball music house, who secures Mr. Mitch. ell's store room on Second avenue. between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets, and possession will be taken of the entire building as soon as the improvements now in progress are completed. Express train No. 6. on the Rock Island road, ran down and killed Mrs. Helen Krricson. of Mcnlius. at Seneca. HI., yesterday. The woman was on her way to Pax ton, HI., to at tend the wetltling of her son. She was crossing the track and the ap proaching train confused her so that she stumbled and fell directly in Iroot oi it. The Rock Island Fruit Growing and Improvement association was the name adopted by the local Texas colonizers at their'meeling at Jack son 4k Hurst's office last evening. 1 ermanent oiiiccrs wero selected as follows: I. K. Wbisler. president: K. A. Lewis, vice-president: W. E. Hilton, trresurcr: John ' II. Reeves, secretary; I. E. Whisler, E. A. Lewis and W. E. Hilton trastees. A com mittee was selected, with Mr. Whisler as chairman, to go to Texas and In stiect lands and locations for the col ony, probably in the neighborhood of corpus inrisii. EagiMtf aae) Wroaalac. A certain Mr. Horace Plunket made a ceccb in the English parliament the other day which at-ct the uieiubets 3 Into fits of langhter. The occasion was the debate on the woman's suffrage clause in a proposed Mil. Mr. Plunket has lived 10 yeais in Wyoming, and torn fore sjioke a one having author ity. Mr. Plnnket excited the merriment of bis listeners by rt ferriuit to "a fe male justice t.f the r-ncc," with whom he was well acquaint'-d. He said she knew bow to use brr nnilioriry and her revolver. Bet the fomii-t thing was when Mr. Plonk told atsmt women jnrors. That practice, be said, bad betn almnduued in deference to the pro test ct one man who complained that he bad to take care of tb bahy nil night, while bia wife was locked tip "with 11 good men and true." New York Sun, eelae; Claas Stoppers. Sometimes it is very difficult to re move a gla stopper from a bottle. A cloth wet ia hot water generally is sufficient, but if this fails, remember the principle ia to expand tbo neck of the bottle by beat and not the stopper. With hot water the latter is often heat ed equally with tbe neck, and thus the desired effect is not produced. By bold ing tbe neck of the Lottie abont half an inch above the flame of a lamp or can dle, however, in a few seconds toe most obstinate cork will generally come-out. Care most be taken to tnrn tbe bottle rapidly and not allow tbe flames to touch tbe glass, aa it miicfat crack it. When tbe glass is thoroughly heated, a steady pull and twist will almost al ways bring out tbe stopper. Exchange. AarerthM I.tat Km. 7. Ust ar letter aacallra tor at u, im ree r. ins Bieae. Many H-M. Carrt. Da tour, Tracy . t Haas, ft I (raw J ltaiaaa.1 UHna.Mn MWV. e taAlrs. OsHrs ri r. M'SCT uar. a i. L'rbt. Mr M as. One MtM4Jiilia A Ml.r. B d Or F-risna, "nmtj i m m , THE PRIZE TRIPLETS. liteary.J T Str.p.tcr Itn.- Am K.ikV, Ma t ' Sin lira-. J K sits WM,Uoi ink. anactixsssars. x ai-a. C jaalsn t Ta i sat araarpt 4crrjr letleis iheaM U M.raraMtoauaH aai i amarr. Joaa W . rwrraa. FaslaissSai. Generally fair Weather and but alight change in temperature. F. J. Wtu. Obaarvsr. A reason for the faith that Is la him. A responsible citiaea of the south writes: From observation cov ering a great number of cases. I a hesitatingly prononnoe Salvation Oil to be the asoat wonderful remedy for haras I have ever tried; tlarr Km LeMCTataa to Baa.rie.tty Ova the la ihastao Ta.iee Mr. O. Mayes writes to ns from Hal atead to call attention to the fact that the Whitmans near Leamington triplets are not the only ones which have lived to celebrate .their majority. At Edinburgh one morning in August, 1863, the wife of Mr. U. Mayes, watch maker and jeweler, surprised her hus band by presenting him with triplets two sons and one daughter a feat for which she was rewarded by duly re ceiving tho royal bounty. When the youngsters came of age in 1884, tbe proud father commemorated the event by having a photograph of the three taken and sending a copy to the queen, in acknowledgment of her former kind ness. Her Majesty replied to Mr. Mayes letter, expressing a hope that the triplets were well and prospering. Mr. and Mrs. Mayes the latter of whom was tho mother of five children in ISmontlu are still well and hearty, and on the 2d of January they propose celebrating their golden wedding. Mr. Mayes tells ns that the triplets all enjoy good health. "We are all three mar ried two lioya and one girl ami two of ns myself ami sister have children of our own, my MNtt r three ami ruysell one. We have attained our thirtieth year, and so outstrip the case near Leamington. ' ' Westminster U azette. Lf.ii Hiserv To many people who have the taint of scrofula in their blood. The agonies caused by the dreadful run ning sores and other manifestations of this disease are beyond descrip tion. There is no other -remedy equal to Hood's Sure aparilla for scro fula, salt rhuma and every form of blood disease. It is reasonably sure to benefit all who give it a fair trial. Hood's Tills cure all liver ills. M M 2Y M ft,, v m mm mt. a.. Vj;V - KNOWLEDGE Brings cwnfort and Improvement and lends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more . promptly adapting the world's best produces to. thenccds of physical being, will attest the Value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced ia the remedy. Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting In the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, tbe refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling 'colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently caring1 constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, beena it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening Ui em and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Fics is for sale by all drop gists in 50c and 91 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. .nly, whose name is printed on every packatre, aUo the na;xe, Srrup of Figs, and being well informed, "vou still not accept any substitute if oi&rcd. Intelligence Column. A (tit tOC Vi JiEEUT TFTOC Wantsaooe Want a cook W'aat ' boantera Want a aartner Want a sitaaUoa aat to rest row Win a enraat cirt Want to atll a farm Want to sell borne Wsat to cxchaiire m thine Want ta rell tHwarboM pawls Wont to make anjr rral rotate Inane Want to aril nr trade for aaytatas want to and customer, for anjrtaiaa . US THESE COLUMX8. IHB DAILY A HOI'S ntXTVTRBD ATTOCB wwiy wreni ax I or iue ae wee a. IJtHB C w ?1TE.T-AT 1011 rolKlU AVBSCE, coepieai rrrraak w ANTED A FEW ItKUEBS AND BOAKD- cra. appir, ISIS Tnira arcane. WAHTKI-Ttrooit THaEE TOVXO MEM, k1 raler r an4 rotttnns In rifbt ar Ue. Mast hire a fair aduxiUua. CaloaD. K FcrcM-a, Bolel Uordra. W7 ANTED A SALESMAN, ta) TO t&a WEEC- vf Ijr caa ke made with mjr KiodS ia anf local It will prove It or forfeit fill Sa arr or ema-sl-ea .aa toe urrfrr. lh rra It of a trm knara' mrk oflrn oan,l. a ae-k'earae. Ad. d M.-MABir.cTcacK.,'I'. U. box UOC, tor ton. lien. . V V Okryeaiid I r. FUTStOTB, U , , For all kinds of I Gloves said Amusements. Balis C;:ra l!:::3, DAVENPORT. Monday, Feb. 12th. The Noted Orator, Robert G. v 1NGERSOLL Wilt Deliver His Famous Lecture on Shakespeare. Brilliant, Witty and Poetical. Prices $1.40. TitnA Mern'; lUsrrred Seats at Fluke's Wednesday Boralog, Feb. 7. Pos'tirelr aa fr-e list. DAVID EON, -SBALSB IS- aaaa-TTTr OO y VKKa.SSS. 1 r- " r o or v k I (iTUCS nsas. t o o v v kc "hsk. ! -ai ? VV EkxW W"a Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges Riverside Cooking Stoves. Garland Hard Coal Stoves. The best asvortmeat of Stores ta the citr. lata mm it7 swasia Ay. J B. BCIDT. 1 T. B.KBJDT. aHID DE.0S. tei Lhucnre Real Estate Insurance. AGENTS. Bay, asll sad manage proucnr on eoaitnlarinrJ loaa saoaey, collect rants, aim earrj a line of tnt das. Ira iBrarance eosipaDiea. baildiaf lots for sale la all l he different additions. Choice residence property la all parts of the dtj. Bason. Kitckrll Lynda culldinc arena floor, la rewaf atltcbeU A Lrnde bank. TOLLEY'S FAMOUS DOLLAR SPECTACLES T. II. THOMAS, Druggist and Opti cian. Eves tested free of cbaree. SPECTM1E TO Emy PAIB WlSaUNTED by TCLLEY BROS. & CO., raic.isa, ill Onr "KOHI-lOOH-i tbe beat spectacle made. For furtaer parUcolaia apply as Mc I! NTS RE BROS 33 lllVUlVlllg A IVllAAVya. VTV.E IV VA1A 1W1 ct i Days Longer Some Rare Opportunities to Buy Dry Goods The stock must be reduced. No room nor time to quote prices Come and see. Every department will be full of plums for you. Every department will be sacrificed. If you need Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, Muslins, Calicoes, Underwear, Gloves, Hosier; Corsets, Silks, Satins, Towels, Bed Spreads, or anything in the line of Dry Goods, call on MoINTlEE BROS. ooo if A am i i rrr n a a m ar r I A4i R S O f f u a a m it u o o a a - r ua Afe an ooo asaa Z o o a a o o i I o o sass t New Scale Kimball, Hallet & Davis. And Emerson. Mall Organs. InBtrnicent4 "old on easy time payments. Violins and accord eons at half price. At . BOWLDVS, 1815 8econd A v. Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of the Harper Mouse. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 m. on week days. For Gen tlemen From 6a.ni. to 7:30 a. m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m. on week days. On Sundays the rooms will be open from 6 a. m. to 11 a. tn. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during business hours. . Gymnasium connected with bath rooms. J. M. SCHAAB, -DEALER IX- IBI Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Straw. Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of gtinilirj d oa to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOX MILLING tu S WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it aal U convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand. Teiepheao lis. 1601 and 1603 Fourth Are. J. T. DIXON Merchant Tait,oi . And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. ... 1706 Second Avenue. GE0SGE 8CHAFER. Proprietor. MBl Seraed Areaae, Corner of 81xteenta Street, . OpposttalUrper'eTtettt. The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars alwavs on Hi: Vtaalanasa Bm Da Kandwichea rantsaalni Mon yarn 4. V. nUmwFivxD. Tom BtxREJ ROSENFIKLD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gae House Heating and SaniUry Plnmbinj;. Basement Rock Island Nat Eid LADIES MUST GO. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Ladies' Misses and Children's Footwear At less than manufacturer's cost The men's and boys shoes will soon join our clothing stock. Having decided to reunite the men s and boys' shoes with the clothing stock, and not having sufficient room for all. we are sell uig out our entire stock of ladies' and misses' shoes less rhe following reductions: Some at one fourth off, some at one-third off, some at one-half off, and some at less than one-half off. It's a pity to sacrifice our fine stock of Ladies' Shoes, particularly when this has been one of our most successful departments, but being unable to seenre more store room it's the only re course. With the big reductions they are moving fast. It's a chance in a life time. Don't miss it. Shoe Store, 1804 Second avenue. Rock Island.