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THE AKGTJS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1899.
Th Wnthw Wa May Have, 1
TbreatenJoir weather with poesiVle
bboweis tocigbt; Friday. Generally fair
Today's Temperature 32.
J. M. Sbkbicb Obaerrer.
Pay your water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Fresh fish at Ilees Bros1.
Butterine at Schroeder's.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
Fresh ejrgs at S. J. Apple's.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
California celery at Horton's.
Money to loan. Reidy Bros.
Smoke Kinship, and be happy.
Choice batter at S. J. Apple's.
The finest butter at Maucker'e.
Patent flour, 93 cents at Horton's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Good skatiDg at the triangle to
Burhanks and early Ohio potatoes
at ilorton s.
A good supply of young chickens
at Maucker s.
Dressed chickens, ducks and geese
atischroeder s market.
Good maple syrup 60 cents per gal
Ion atW. C Maucker's.
Dressed chickens, ducks and geese
at bchroetler s market.
Fresh catfish, white fish and trout
at Hess Bros', tomorrow.
Dressed chickens, ducks and geese
at Schroeder's market.
Hess Bros, will have plenty of fresh
nsh tomorrow. 1'none lUdi.
Columbia river salmon at IIes3
Bros', tomorrow. Phone 1031.
Dr. F. II. Haley, dentist, 1615 Sec
ond avenue, over David Don's,
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday night. Tickets 25 cents.
Dancing school at Turner hall Sat
unlay night. Tickets 25 cents.
Another car of Kansas Woodmen
liour just received at Maucker's.
School books, all kinds. 1717 Second
avenue. ('. C. Taylor, manager.
YV. C. Maucker's goods and prices
are right. Give him a trial order.
Fresh river salmon, smelts, herring
and codfish at Hess Bros', tomorrow.
Just received, an import of souve
nirs of the Modern Woodmen building
Who will be at Woltmann's next Sat
urday? Dr. Stanley, optician, refract
Men's heavy wool hose 9 cents, wool
mitts 3 cent?." Simon & Mosenfelder's
mark down sale.
The subject of tonight's meeting at
Memorial Christian church will be
"The Church of Christ."
A movement is under way in Daven
port to organize a gas company to be
operated by local cuptial.
St. Paul lodge K. of P. No. 107
will meet and have work in the first
and second degrees tonight.
Fancy novelties in hats and millin
ery go " regardless of cost at Miss
Byrnes' January cleariug sale.
F. W. Gould, of Moline. has lieen
appointed manager of the Union Mal
leable Iron works of thkt city.
Our $5 suits $3.95; suits we sold at
$3.95 now go at t'-i.'.i't. Simon & Mo
senfelder's stock reducing sale.
In three cushion billiard games at
Green's in Chicago last night. Schafcr
and Spinks lost twice to Cation and
W. D. Mofatt. of Calville, Kas., has
succeeded Iw E. Severance as freight
agent for the llock Island road at Dav
enport. The stage of the water at the Kock
Island bridge at 6 a. m. was 2.70; at
noon it was 2:80. The temperature
at noon was 36.
Second hand histories geographies,
spellers, grammars, algebras, consti
tutions. 1717 Second avenue. C. C.
John B.ikcr, general manager of the
Iowa Telephone company, and a form
er resilient of l)aveniort, died Tues
day at Hudson, Mich.
Gillette, the cattle kin-r. has been
located in Mexico, and will come back '
shortly to the United States. Some!
of Gilfette's paper is held in Rock Isl
and. The city council meets in adjournrd
session tomorow afternoon at 2
o'clock, to inspect the levee improve
ment and trausatt other matters of
Motorman Hen SI. Viuin. of the
Klin street line, is happy :t the hap
piest, having Inen provided with a
new vestibule car, designed especially
for his comfort.
Men's suits that were cheap at $6.50,
- i r . 1 1 l! 1 . . . . . '
, ami .--v, an smaii iuis out iu-
M7Ir iTlfo bad pimples on her fare, but
sba h been iak::m t'AVAKETS and tne
bare all disappeared. I h.ul been troubled
with constipation lor some time, but alter tak
tnz the llrst Caacarrt I bare fcr.d to trouble
with ibis aliment. Wo cannot wak too high
ly cf Oascarets." Fbiu War-imam.
Geraiantown Ave.. Pbiladclrbla. ra.
gether and placed on sale for $5. This
is the method we choose to reduce our
stock. Simon & Mosenfelder.
The Independent Voting club of tb
First and Second wards will hold a
social and dance at Stodd's hall Sat
urday evening, Jan. 14. George
t2u0 corduroy pants $1.67; our
f 2.50 assimere pants $1.95; onr
pants now only $1.50. These are a
sample of prices Simon & Mosenfelder
are making. Great stock reducing
W. J. Price, formerly connected
with the Hammond Packing com
pany in this citv. has been made man
ager of the Tri-City Packing company
Our overcoats had all been cut the
dav after Christmas. We now make
a greater sacrifice by giving 10 per
cent off from reduced prices. Simon
& Mosenfelder's bis stock reducing
Charles Hansen & Son will add
coal to their flour and feed business.
223 Twentieth street, commencing
Monday next. They will be pleased
to nave some of their old customers
give them an order. Phone 4173.
We are through invoicing and have
now inaugurated a big stock reducing
sale. e promise a saving from 10 to
2o per cent on all heavy winter gar.
ment3 bought at our store. Simon &
The Hi-Hi Bitters company, of Rock
Island, has filed articles of incorpora
tion in the circuit clerk s ollice. ine
capital stock is $2,500. The stock
holders are Myer A. Loeb, Louis Loeb,
Fred R Loeb, John W. Schawack and
A. E. Steitz.
The Tri-City Baptist Young Peo
pie's union had a meeting at Calvary
Baptist church. Davenport, juesuay
night. C. G. Taylor, of this city, the
vice president of the union, was chair
man. An entertaining program was
liven, after which refreshments were
It is just possible that anti-Wash
Ijoard soap may not suit you; don't
condemn home manufactured soaps
on that account. Try the Imperial or
any other brand of Kock Island soap
The wrappers from any brand are val
liable lor premiums. V e mane an
grades of soap, but Anti-Washboard
is the best.
Hali Adali. the "sultan's lion." who
is to meet Farmer" Burns and
I'oonev, the '-riant gripnian." at Tat
tersall's on Jan. 23, arrived in Chica
go today. Adaii has undertaken a
hard task in his coming match. Ac-
cordini; to the articles of agreement
he is to throw ' Farmer" Burns and
Gripman Roonev twice each in 90
minutes, and failing to do so will lose
the contest, which will also meau the
long end of the money. The purse is
State's Attorney Searle has received
nstructions to secure from the cor
porations of Rock Island and Moline a
compliance with a law requiring them
to report to the state authorities
whether they are associated with a
trust or combine and to enclose a
dollar with their report to pay post
age, etc. Most of the corporations
have paid no attention to the law, es
pecially the part regarding the remit
tance, and are liable to a fine of $50 a
day since Oct. 1. 1897, or something
like $23, UU0 apiece.
As a result of a court martial held
at Kock ford .Nov. 2t U. J. I hurch.
commander of the Illinois division.
Sons of Veterans, has issued an order
finding Carlisle R. Clarke, of Rock
ford, late commander of the Illinois
division, guilty of disobedience of the
constitution and laws of the order
and conduct unbecoming a member,
fixing the sentence at dismissal from
the Sons of Veteran". The iinding
was approved by the commander-in-chief
and has caused something of a
sensation iu Kock ford. Col. Clarke hav
ing occupied such a prominent station
iu the organization. Col. Clarke is
well known here in consequence of
his visits to John Morris camp. Sons
Mayor Hale, of Monmouth, recently
assaulted J. M. Porter, a reporter on
the Daily Review of that city, because
the latter declined to retract certain
statements he had made in his paper
concerning the mayor's conduct as to
public matters. After the objection
able reference had apjveared, his honor
in true autocratic style summonrd the
reporter before hiiu and demanded a
retraction. The request was politely
declined, whereupon the dignified mu
nicipal executive lcame infuriated,
made wild gesticulations and finally
laid violent bands upon the scribe.
While the reporter was neither in
jured nor terrorized by the ordeal, the
luavor has been made to answer to
the law. nevertheless, and will le
obliged to stand trial for his transgression.
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We are showing the largest and best line of
STEEL RANGES, CAST COOKS and
RANGES, HEATERS and FURNACES in
the city, at prices that defy competition.
It will pay you to call and examine them at
1 55-1617 Second Avenue.
Harper Hoase Block.
Representing the Leading Bicyc'e Makers of the World.
Eldredge, the Wheel that
Miller Rides . . .
ELDREDGE $50.00- -40.00- 35.00-
COLUMBIA-chainless, &75.00. chain,
$50- $40- $25
RAMBLER 30-inch, $45, $40, $35
LUTHY highest price chain wheel, $75.
TRIBUNE $50- $35 $30
TIGER $50. $33.
IMPERIAL $40- $30
ADLAKE $45. $30- $25
IDEALS $30' $25- $20- $1S
IDEALS boys and girls, $J0- $18- $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge.
' Remember the Maine . . .
&vj Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell
U Bicycle is LLOYD'S, Harper
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price.
S3 5. 00.
No Ma'ter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
Wholesale and Retail Bicycle Kepa!rinK and Sundries. Everything sold tally cuaraiueed.
...Almost Any Day...
You can find something
new in the market at
Hess Bros. You can find
plenty of seasonable
groceries. Order by
phone and you will re
ceive careful attention.
Bead Lettuce, Spanish Onions,
Oyster Plaat, Sweet Potatoes,
Spinach, Soup Bunches,
Bkk Plant, Radishes,
Wax Be ans. Tomatoes.
Cranberries, Catawba Graphs,
BellHower Apple J,
Dressed Geese, Dressed Chickens,
Uressed Ducks, Dressed Turkeys,
CANNED AND BULK OYSTERS.
1820 Seoul AT.
T tl too 1931.
GIVE US A
1 RIAL ORDER.
9 I JtJ CATHARTIC
TWACf MAJtR RCCiSTTfftO
Shoes and 8f .HH for S3
3.SO Tmn Shorn.
All the latest styles in tan shoes.
Twice Their I'.ual Sire.
I was afllicted with rheumatism
and my knees swelled to twice their
usual "size. I determined to try
Hood's Sarssparilla. and I improved in
a short time after I liejan taking it.
When I had taken three Ixitlles I was
entirely well, and have remained so
ever since." Edwin Moason, Beards
Pleasant. Palatable, futeat. Taste Good. TV
Good. Never Sicken. Weakea. or Gte. ftc 2be Sue
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
, tad) c 1 u. rtitiei. (a, tit
MTA Oil 80M and rnsruiteed t all di-af.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Easy
to take, easy to operate; reliable, sure,
Bard Coal. Cake and Wood.
Indiana block for furnaces, cannel
for grates. Cable and Athens lump
and nut for stoves.
E. B. McKowjr.
We Carry a
Of the most carefully selected
Goods and are now in betier
shape than ever to give our
VERY : BEST : GOODS
at the lowest possible price.
Remember us with your
NELSON & LUNDQUIST
329 Twentieth Street. Phone 109:.
S a rule, Trousers beat the Coat and Vest to a finish by
several months. That's what makes this extra Trou
ser season. Extra Trousers will go farther than any
thing else toward keeping your suit spick and span the
balance of the winter, and the cost is not much.
Pair of Dollars!
g A Pair of Pants for a
That are surely "Biccchcs of
a- . a rm- w .
rromisc." i ney win tone up
nn nlrt ennt zinc! vest unnder- fJ
fully, fine fitters and excel- fi
Trousers From 37c to
ts Any alterations you may want
W7MMM J W ifjtwwwy wJdiw " " w
for one y ear without charge,
at $6.00 dOWn (O:::::.-::::.-.--.::::::::::::
Our $2.48 Trousers g
Lengthen the life of your suit
at least one-half. Quite a
few small lots at this price
which we reduced from S3. 50
a Less Price
And some that cost more; fact is, we can
supply you with a pair.
Their Ads Gall for With a $1,000 Guarantee.!
The Store That Backs Every Promise or Claim
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island. 115 and 117 VV. Second 5t Davenport.