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TJE AitGUa TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1834.
Ltf lard at Uilmore.
Badd'e batj Ha of iihon at Doll;
T. It. Thorn n It coo finel to kit
Wm by tlto!.
W. M. lUUr. ct Black Hawk. was
la the city lodar.
Will be renaitej the M. E.
elotaiag n ko.
Gfr IMce ft last ereaiag for
81. Pas I aii a short visit.
William Moor and wife of Coal
YallJ. T In tn city yesterday.
Williana ( Omaha. U Wit-
la; relative and friend. In the city.
A pen nine :r rnjrravln with
very Iart tt Tim Amu art series.
W. !. PidfiM-l. ot Cljirnn. for.
aerly ot Cordova, was la the eily to
J. t. Renfro. ( (1ira. I, putting
la the day with oM frieatl, la tie
Jest received a fine line of infanta,
raildren and misses' hnes at liollv
Boy, don't Nil to enter into the
gaessing con tot at Dolly tiros, shoe
Save money th work ami bay
yoar dresa good this week, at M J
The t ape of water at tie Kork 11
and bridge at n.n waa f:5; the
tempera tor, 46.
The Mrtntjrr-Kerk roropany dres
goids at ' Hr et-nt discount are the
talk of the town.
Tomorrow ail day. S"-inch. all
wool. 6-rent sers. at 52 centa a
yard, at MH'ab Hr.
The yonn, ieorIe' literary circle
of the Christian hur-h meets la tkt
charch arlr, this T-nin.
O'Connor Pro., of the Club mm.
pi rooms, will five away a !t-doIlar
gold piece every aturdaiy nibu
A very few of thoe h.7S new
market are left at Mi Intyrc com-
? nay's. W hile tbry lt the price is
The Jonr, muViral family left yrs-
teruav artrrmxtn on a short trip, ae.
eonpaaied hr tb.ir father, Milton
KemimlMT that Melntvre-Keck
company are selling good, wrviren-
bie dress gomis at t) per cent Ui
Capes anl jackets po at or.e half
price ibis wrek at Mi layrr-Kfck
eonpanr. Take off the i'J jxr cent
All the new shades in serze dresa
fabric. Zi cent a yard, regular
price 60 rent. Wednesday enly, at
Mciaoe isros .
A ca of new U.V silk wool and
cotton niUtiirr tire ponds jnst
opened at Xrintyre-Knrl. company :
wui po very i:t at ;jc.
The Uxk IUnd has red need the
California rate from i'ck Island to
f 49.76 fur the round trip, or I29.S&
ae way, to take I'grrt March 1.
Watch fr Tnr. A nor art series
eoapon. Notp three of them and
then with on i!inc you will receive
the orst part i this v ry line series,
The M. A K. will lupin moving
taelr shoe hark in the :! stand.
Where the special sale of ladies' shoes
win continue until every pair is solii
Watch the speriat announcement
la tomorrow evening's Atmr as the
M. 4k K. are determined tr sell every
pair of ladies shoes "igpi-r cat than
Subscription to the la.e ball pro
ject are com in: In favorable, and
plve assnranee to the fact that Ilnck
Island will have a team the romm"
Become familiar with the trcasnrea
f voor own country ty prescrvinp
the art series. ri'tnriuc Amer
ica. to be issued to Auoi readers
We have hot heard of any senti
ment havinp been expressed in opjx
aitiea to this weather. Ut of the
people of Koek Island know a good
taiaff When tbey pet it.
Let the lin k Island Citizens' Im
proeement association te reorpaa
iaed or another similar body be
formed. There is mnch to be done
here for such an apenry just bow.
Tilt Aaut s ha secured the best
art series in prlat for its readers and
natrons, and all that is necessary la
to save the coupons which will ap
pear from time to time and then with
ae dime the first part mar be se
The Home Mission circle of the
First M. t church, will pive a social
at the home of J. I. Tavlor. 904
Nineteenth street, this cvenlnp,
Ifasic, recitations, and a clipping
Aweurttttd Highest ZZoaon
UOST PERFECT MADE
A fM Crape Cream at Tartar Powder. Free
MB AsTssMraa, AJum or any athar ada
a9 T"! TUk tTAKSdJUs.
parly will afford entertainment. Re
treshmeata 10 cents.
The maay frleaJa of L. S. llcCahe
will be pleased to leant that he is
retting much easier today aad that
nothing serious will come as a result
of the runaway yesterday, although
it may be some time before he will
be able to be about.
The schools of No. 4 had appropri
ate exercises today in honor of
America great men Washington,
Lincola, Logan. Sherman, Longfel
low. Lowell and Stephens. The pro
grams proved instructive aa well at
patriotic in character.
A city is never in so much danger
of a back set as when opposition to
public improvement pains a foot,
bold. Will Rock Island's council
permit the voice of the obstruction
ist to block the progress of our pav
ing system. I.M Seventeenth street
Will I. Wiiran. son of Krastns
Wiman. the New York millionaire,
who. as is well known, is is in trouble,
and son-in-law of C. II. Pee re, is very
ill In New York, thonph a telepram
received in Moiine today announced
mat ne was iietter.
Be sure to attend the auction sale
at K. Crampton ft Co'a. this evening
and tomorrow afternoon and evening.
The last sales will take place tomor
row, ami intending purchaser
should he on hand Unlay if they wish
to avoi.i ineiasi grand rush for the
Manager Kindt, of Black Hawk
Tower, has the plans under consid
eration lor an innovation to lie pre
sented at the Tower next summer in
the way of a season of comic opera,
and for the proper presentation of
which a summer theatre tnav be
erected cast of the Tower Inn.
An inexperienced motorman on the
Davenport lines reversed his motor
when his car teran to slide back.
after making a stop on the ascent of
Brady street bill. The car went down
the hill like a flash, and crashed into
another car near the foot which was
following it. And the motorman is
still pondering over the wonderful
revelations of modern science.
Miss Ellin Kllslcr, w ho will appear
at Harpers theatre alurday niffht
in her new play, Doris, is one of
America s foremost emotional ac
tresses, a distinction she has en-
joved for vcars. She first made her
apiwarance with the old Madison
Vjiiare companies in Hazel Kirke,"
in which the veteran actor Couldock
gained his reputation, lie has been
with Mis, Kilsler ever since, and
is still her leading support.
D. Casper Vitzthum, formerly of
Moiine, oieii at bis residence in
Davenport Saturday afternoon, aged
I Tears. lr. ifzthnm was lorn
in Bavaria. Jan. 1. 1S23. He came
to this count rv in ltfoS.and settled in
Moiine. At the time of his removal
from that city to Davenport some
three years ago be was the oldest
practicing phvsicinn in Moiine. Dr.
Vitzthum leaves besides hi wife,
two daughters, Eleanor and Mamie,
and one son, John. Eleanor lived
with her parents, the others in
western Iowa. The remains will be
cremated Wednesday at the Davcn
Am Old Settlor Dra4.
ews reached the city this noon
todar, from Bowling, of the death
there of William Miller, one of the
oldest settlers in llot-k Island conn
ty. of softening of the brain
Mr. Miller was 79 Tears of
are. and was Imrn in Eng
land. He leaves four sons and
two daughters, his w ife havinp died
several years ago. He came to I'ock
island aooui urty years ago
and was one of the licst known men
in the rountv.
The funeral will occur at 2 o'clock
Tha Ahwadaewwat mt bsa Mmralng.
The ao called "deepest mourning" is
bo longer considered good form in Eo
rot, and crape has dropped out of fash
ion, lwing now only used for draping
bmimngs and monuments, or for ahroud
ing the lighted lamps of the vehicles
fitenring in the funeral cortege. No one
would ever dream of taxing either the
empress of Austria or the Princess of
Wales with indiCerence to the death of
their respective sons, yet each Las been
content to mourn her offspring without
crape, either in the snnpe of a veil or as
a trimming to her dress. The result of
this has been that widows, especially
when yoang, dispense not only with
crape, but with the characteristic cap
and long streamers. Indeed, at the pres
ent rate, there will lie no outward sign
kit ny wiiicb wo shall be able to distin
gnish from tho ordinary woman .those
fair sirens against whom we havo been
eo pathetically warned by Mr. Wcller.
fcw loric lnbunc.
IahH ibnl Paint t
YOU mustn't bo fooled tntn tl,nVI
that lace is made iu the country whoso
namo it ncors. i ne irl.-h took Notting
ham lace, embroidered it and aold it for
real Irish point. 1 have seen many of
our good Americans, who so dearly love
to be hnmbugKed, buying real Irish
point lace- irom dealers aboard ship
i i , . .
m - " mwmmmM IU
Qucenstown harbor, when it was noth
ing more than tbey could Lave got in
Nottingham or any city at home for half
the money. Interview in Clerk and
Settee im Onwswa
We bare a small job of grading to
no in uoiumoian pari; which we wish
to let oat on contract.
, S. H. Yelite,
The successful dramatic prodoc.
tioa. "The Power of the Press, was
pre seated at the Burt is opera house.
at unvenporv, iai evening to an ap
preciative audience, and will be re
A popular actress ta a May that it
attracting a very large share of at
tention from tfce amusement roine
public of the country, will be the
magnet to attract play goers to Har
per's theatre Saturday evening. Ef.
tie Kilsler is an actress our. theatre
patrons hare the greatest regard for,
and ha ever sustained her reputa
tion as a brilliant and conscientious
artist. On tho present occasion, she
will prevent her latest original crea
tion. Doris," in Roliert Drouet'a
play of that name, and which has
made ench a marked and favorable
impression elsewhere. While the
play itself is said to be unlike any in
which Miss Ellsler has been seen in
recent seasons, having much less of
their grnsome, tearful tendencies,
yet, "Doris is similar to those
characters in which the favorite ac
tress has won the affectionate rerard
of play goers. It is said by those
who should know, that in "Doris.
Eflle Ellsler has the greatest charac
ter in her repertoire. There are new
laces in this well known organiza
tion, but many of the old favorites
are still with the company, inotablv.
i rnk won, noocrt urouet, ana u.
this iz. & s.
ClI3? STB ID
Real merit is characteristic of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and is mani
fested everv dav in the remarkable
cures the medicine accomplishes.
Generally fair weather, stationary
temperature, westerly winds.
F. J. Walt, Observer.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment - when
rightly nscd. The many," who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical bring, will attest
the Value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced ia the
remedy. Syrup of Fics,
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a i'rfect lax
ative ; effectually cleaning the ystem,
dispelling coil's headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has pivrn satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profesxion, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it ia perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrop of Fiirs is for sale by all drug
gists in Vtr and 41 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tiie California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and beinir well ir.formcd.'vou will not
accept any substitute if o&red.
And your family's good health
depend on the purity of the cat
ables you eat. You know this
Then why experiment or be in
different when yon buy cakes
candies, or ice cream and fruit
ices ? You know KKELL 6
MATH'S are absolutely pure
clean and wholesome. Yon can
convince yourself on this point
any day by a visit to their
We receive our candies fresh
daily and we feci perfectly jus
tified in assuring the ladies of
Bock Island that we know of
nothing finer or more delicate in
the confectionery line. These
wafers literally "melt in your
mouth. n e have them in sev
cral flavors and in delicate tints,
Tbey must lie seen and tasted to
be appreciated. Trv them to
THY OUR CREAM PIE.
1716 and 1718 Scmmd At.
T. H. THOMAS. Druggist aad Opti
cian. Eyes tested free of charge.
A $2 SSI
BMT ran wiaaAtrro sy
TSLLEr E3. ft XX,
oar "uss-i-srocqr m ea
boat MMto.awH, War
The finest atd best wrought
steel range on the market.
Don't be deceived by parties
offering poor, light, rough con-,
strncted steel ranges, but call
and examine our line of M. & D.
ranges, which are in use in
nearly a hundred of the best
families in the city.
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a s'toatioa
Cut to lent room
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bnnse
Want to exchange aithlor
Want to tell bnnsehold eoo3s
Want to make any real sstatc Innna
Want to sell nr trade for anything
Wast to find customers for anyttunc
rSS THESE COLUMNS.
rpsa Daily a rocs delivered attocb
a awtravcrv event nc lor lUc per week.
tI7ANTKT-A ItorSE FOB SMALL FAMILY.
Addrra. T" tfcla cttre.
fASH Paid ran saooxt hand firx.
u lure ef all kinds. Before aeianj call at 25
mrj Kieev, uaTcnpon, lows.
WASTED TO BfT OR LEASE A BLACK
amtth Mum. or leace or buy Miitable lot for
rac; auurera wi i nonwDMrtf , I --on a. 111.
C"K SALE PROPERTY AT NO 810 F TJR-
1 teenta nd a ha'.f rnve. ran. of nwrn.
witagooacouveciei.ce8. Apply on premises.
FOR KALE EIGHT ONE-HAIF ACRE OF
Li. i u .ii inriMu, ,,Hrg on n'Tizirr avenue
Apply on premiss. KI-IIAEL DoNAULK.
POR RENT THE STOKE, NO. 1815 SECOVD
A a.enae. wnb .ihe n.rtaira included, win
rent it for a saloon or any other buslnem. or down
stairs srnara-e. r or particular call at li)J Main
r'reet, K'HStcr A Martin . DaTenDort. Tele-
WANTED-A ALESMAN, SiO TO (so WEEK
can be made with our p.ula in mnw imI
lt ; will pro-e U or forfeit S wj. ra ar or com
mlaelo ,a you prefer, lfao result of a fr
"i .Mich ri(ui. m rw p wicai, An
drew, "MAKirAcrmaaa," P. o. btx swe, to-
(SscMtot to H. WrXDTj
119 Eighteenth Street.
QrFIi and Workmanship Gnar-
an toed the Best
Cleaning? axd Bepairing Done.
Mc lntyrt'Reck Dry Goods CoT
Hard at it, cleaning out the old stock, to make room for the new.
The old stock is going verv fast under tho heroic reduction In prices, bnt not fast enough to uit
We are determined to have nothing bnt a fresh, new stock of Dry Goods this spring, and shall i.u 1 ,1 "
lost Testage of the old, at prices which will make it move. 1 ?u the
There are some lots of dresa goods which hare seemed slow they are excellent values a ther st
but we want the money they represent more than we do them. Monday morning thev all go in one'?
and from the price take off A3 per cent, one half. This brings the price at an absolutely l,,w ti-'urp i
low the cost of making, to say nothing of profits. Wise forehanded people will eagerly embraciTthi
portnnitr. Sale continues until the goods are told, but the ltest values go first. "l"
We want to sar a word or two about capes and jackets. We have a quality of sroo,i. servient,,. ,.
ments which absolutely must bepold. They go this week at just one-half price. Pause a mmm ntV
think what that means. It means, as a rule, less than tlwe material cost no making, no jirniit !
in. TJ,e assortment iucludes cloth, fur and plush garments, and the priec of some is less than hnif "
Here are sample items come in this week, the earlier the better:
2 00 Garments ...I 1 00 115 00 Garments.. ..
4 00 Garments 8 00. IS 05 Garments.. .
5 00 Garments 2 fiO . 22 00 Garments
6 00 Garments S 00 27 00 Garments
8 00 Garments 4 00 32 00 Garments
10 00 Garments & 00
Twenty good warm Newmarkets,-which were 8.75, go, while they last, at 98 cents.
ibis sale lays all former sales in tne snaae. it is a cnance lor some people to save a lot cf monr
't you want to be among them? -v"
.. 13 .V I
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Thursday Bargain Thursday
We shall sell 10 dozen, most excellent quality, pillow cases, good size and well made, at 5 cciit r -h
The price is absurdly low, but the public has been most generous in its treatment of us, and we'-?'
to show our appreciation. Sale takes place at 10 o'clock in the new Domestic department, in the r car "f
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
i B S2IDE.
T. B. KM1DT.
Bay, sell and nasage property on
loan mooeT. collect routs, also carry alia artist
class lire In.arance companies, bonding lots tat
Sale ia all thedtScrent additions. ck
property In all parts of the city.
B nss 4, Mitchell Lyade baildiac
floor, ta rear et Mitchell Lvnde bank.
mm DATn noons
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 House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. 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. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh!
Doctor Harts Anti-Septic and Med
icated Oil Treatment for Catarrh,
Asthma, Bronchial and Lung
It i the only remedy which ba erer cored Ca
tarrh permanently ia the hort period of fiom
tkree to five weeks. A forte! r of avaest to may
nerson who cannot be cured of nrsal or throat
catarrh In the 'ime mentioned. I'-all on Weetnrn
scent Beference to thoae who hTe bve a per
Bwnectly eared. For farther information oalloa
or audreee "
W. H. OSBORNE.
Fetmanent and Western Agent,
Boom s, Ryan Block, Davenport, lows.
J. M. SCHAAB,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding done
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CU.'S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and le
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
T. V, loviriiu).
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bask.
GEORGE 8 CHAFER, Proprietor.
Arena. Corner of BiMeenUi Street, Opposite Harper's TfceUr.
rhe choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer snd Cigars always on Hind
wuhas Parclsoneon Saot JioCsa.
THE SUCCESS IN OUR
Is a Compliment from the Public
Of which we are justly proud as well as deserving.
It clearly fllustnites the effect of years of honest truthful advertising. It proves that the
public nave confidence in what we say. and fully demonstrates that the big bargains we are giving
in this sale are recognized and appreciated. .
In a f5w reunite our Men's Boys' footwear with the clothing stock. Nat
urally, we do not want to move any more pairs than is abolutely necessary, and while the sizes in
Ladies shoes are not as complete, we have however, about 4.000 pairs left. Now every pair must
?S A i soltlnd ln.ordt?r t0 accomP.llsh this resolution we are making Immence Reductions in
all small lots. No matter how many pairs you may have vou'll want more when you learn the
price. Come and carry them away and thus save us the trouble of moving.
Shoe Store, 1804 Seccid avenue. Rock Island.