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JPHE AROU& THURSDAY JANUARY 24. 1895.
Leal lard at GiJmore'a.
insure with Huesing St HoefU
Mrs. J. E. Montrose is reported
Attend the grand fur glove eale at
Grand far glove sale at Bennett's
glove and Inr store.
Wondtrfal bargains In ladles'
hoes at Adams' sale.
Far rljves at 15.80 at Bennett's
glove and far store.
Two dollars and forty cents for a
ladies' .hoe at Adams'.
"McKenna's Flit tation" at Harper's
theatre r.ext J uesday eveniog.
Don't fiil to read Jackson Hurst
ad. if you have money to invest.
The plce to bay yonr groceries is
at Hortoa's, 2700 seventn avenae.
'Phone E. B. McKown for crushed
soke, bard wood, dry kindling, coal.
"Yon Can Smoke," exactly same
stock as 10-cent cigars, only smaller.
One dollar and sixty cents bays a
good mioses welt eboe at Adams'
Aid. William Roth went to Jack
son, Minn., yesterday on a business
Any pair of fur gloves in the store
for 15.50 at Bennett's glove and far
One-lifib off at Adams' clearing
sale of ladies', misses' and children's
It has stood the tests of the most
skeptical smokers, a "You Can
Twentj per cent on shoes is worth
saving. ' hat's what Adams gives
Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Truesdale
leave tonbt for Minneapolis, on an
Remember the services at the
Christian church tonight. Subject,
The Power of Thought."
There will a hard times social at
Aiken Street chapel this evening.
Refreshments will be served.
An ex -optional value, each as is
not put in any other 5-cent cigar, is
found in :i -You Can Smoke."
Try a "Yon Can Smoke" 5-cent
cigar, an! convince yourself of its
merits. For sale by all dealers.
You ran set yonr shoes soled and
healed, at 328 Twentieth street, for
40 and 50 cents. Work warranted.
The only genuine hand made
Havana tilled 5-cent cigar on the
market today is the "You Can
Tomorrow being the feast of con
version au.l St. Paul, there will be
services &t Triuity church at 10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
Reserved seats for "McKenna's
Flirtation," the St. Anthony hospital
benefit at Harper house pharmacy to
morrow evening at 7 o'clock.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets for sale on easy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
Mrs. W. Newman Hood, wife of
the editor of the Washington Demo
crat, is vi.-iting her cousin, Mrs. H.
C Marshall, at her home, 107 Thir
Toung man, better call at M. A
K's. it yon want to see the latest
agonies in neckwear the new plaids
in puffs, tecks and four-in-hand
five large double show cases full to
elect from, just in.
Every flay, yes every minute the
number of pairs are growing less,
the assort went of sizes less and the
price the least of all M. & K. refer
to the small sizes in ladies' shoes,
which they are giving away at one
third. Barlow Bros', minstrels gave a sat
isfactory entertainment at Harper's
theatre l.-,t evening. It was one of
the old fashioned style performances
in legitimate minstrelsy, elliminat
ing most of the features such as
characterize modern entertainments
in black face art.
According to the Associated Press
dispatches. President W. W. Kent, of
the Western association, will call a
meeting early in February to con
sider Rock Island's claim for read-
mission, uad he states that a western
club may be dropped. If any club is
to be let out it should be Kocklord,
the new comer.
Chief Sexton has returned from
Springfield, where, with other mem
bers of the state chiefs' association.
ha was doing missionary work
among tie legislators, preparatory to
presenting a bill for police reform.
Mr. Sext.tn states that from present
Indications the bill will receive the
sanction of the senate, assurances to
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grjpe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
froan Ammonia. Alum or an v ether aduttanoL
40 YEARS THB STANDARD.
this effect bein? received from a
number of the leading representa
tives. The Philadelphia Times says of
Russell H. Con well, who ia to lecture
at Harper's theatre next Monday
night on "The Silver Crown." that
he is the onlv lecturer in America
who can fill a hall in that city seating
3.000 at tl a ticket. Yet thenars
good seats for the entertainment hers
at 50 cents eacn.
Frank B rower, the Sears lad ar
rested yesterday afternoon by Con'
stable Eckhart on a charge of may
hem, preferred by Homer Bailey,
whose nose the former mutilated by
sinking bis teeth into it during a
scuffle, was brought before Justice
Hawes, and the case continued until
10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
The concert in Association hall to
morrow evening, to be given by Mrs.
Marshall and some of her pupils, as
sisted by Mrs. Dr. W. D. Middleton
and Mrs. Lillian Reid-Cameron, of
Davenport, and Miss Margaret Dart,
ef this city, will be a musical event
deserving tne patronage 01 ail our
music loving people. A small fee
will be charged for admission to
cover expenses. Tickets and re
served seats may be had at the Har
per House pharmacy.
The beauty of the "Country Cir
cus, that will hold the boards
Wednesday evening, Jan. 30, at the
Burtis opera house, is its utter sim
plicity, combined with tne most won
derful stage craft. During the
parade which, by the way, is said to
be a mile long, ana wbicn uses tne
services of 300 people and upwards
of 100 animals, the audience cannot
help but wonder at its daring and
brilliancy. But this is only, so to
speak, an eye-opener to the ring per
formance which follows, embracing
in its program some of the best and
highest salaried specialists known.
Tatali, the flying serpent, a recently
imported European sensation, La
Belie Una, a young man of great
beauty in a potpourri of gymnastics;
Prof. Conrad and his educated dojs
and donkeys, are a few of the many
attraction offered in this dainty bill.
Jan. 17. Charles W. Levy to Sarah
E. Levy, part lot 3, block 1, How
ard's add.. Rock Island, f 1.
Henry Horst and Emil Peterson to
William Atkinson and John Oloff.
lots 11 and 12. block 2, Cornelius
Lvnde's add.. Rock Island. 400.
Charles Steinhauser to James Gar
ner, lot 19. South Rock Island, $1.
James Garner to Robert G. Thomp
son, lot 19. South Rock Island. t$00.
R. G. Thompson to James Garner,
lots S. 4. 6, 6. 7 and 8. block 8. Vil
lage of Andalusia, $640.
Clara K. v est to James Garner,
lots 3, 4. 5, 6, 7 and 8. block 8, Vil
lage of Andalusia, $100.
Henry U. V beelan to Bridget
Coughlin. lot 13, block 3, M. Schnell's
odd.. Rock Island. fGOO.
Jan. 18 Lysanias M. Waldron to
William L. Waldon. e 40 feet lot 15,
block S, Uealey's sub-div., Moline,
W. L. Waldron to L M. Waldron.
e 40 feet lot 16, block S. Healy'a sub
div., Moline, $250.
H. S. Case to John Al berry, el lot
7, H. 8. Case's add.. South Rock Isl
Henry Frankenbur? to William
Frankenburg. lots 17 and 18, South
Rock Island. $50.
Mary G. Dart to Sarah L. Gregg,
part lot 9. block . Bailey A Boyle's
add.. Rock Island. $1.
19 Deere A Co. to J. A. Anderson,
e 40 feet lot 3, block 3, Pitts, Gilbert
A Pitts' add.. Moline, $1,250.
Mary A. Golden to John E. Crouch.
lot 6. block D. Mary A. Golden's Sec
ond add.. Barstow. $51.
Samuel A. and Cornelias F. Lynde
to Julia Hefferman. lot 8, block 6, C.
Lynde'a add.. Rock Island, $300.
Joshua H. bmith to C. J. Colson,
all coal underlying lots 17 and 18, 12,
17. lw, and lots 1 and 2. 13, 17.
The switchmen's quarters in the
C. R. I. A P. yards at the foot of
lhirty-eight street, was destroyed
by Gre about 3:30 this morning. The
Centrals responded and extinguished
the names, ine damage is nominal.
A lamp upsetting on the floor of
tne front room over .Martin saloon.
on Second arenue. about 7:30 last
evening, caused the carpet to catch
tire, ine carpet was torn on, and
with the lamp thrown out of the win
dow, and the flames extinguished by
nr. Martin before any serious dam'
age was done.
AlurlUit List X. 4.
Lt of letters accalitd for M the poavoSca
Eoak Ialsad, ILL. J as. tL. igai:
FWardslrv Mrs H K,
Gasaas C'arerec M,
OrifllB J H,
Baasra O c
Maur ele Tboaas,
O aaeb "Patograybar."
Smita Oak ft.
lalsmlers DeawlselM Boon Wf,
To temia wranp delivery, letters ahoald he
ad linens to ttnrt and aaiaber.
Jou W . tam, PoauBtater.
Hownh the loving darts that If
From e'ta the amt baaitrhira era.
TJn!aa taa teeth are pan aad htlcht
Aad ever swat a eeoa y white.
It oa woald vara TOar teoh fraai hen.
Ia Scsodesrt yea'll Sad tba rhana.
Tax C4tactrs Xwtles).
The taxes for 1894 are now due and
payable at the county treasurer's of
fice in the court house. Tax pavers
should bring last year's tax receipts
and avoid delay 'in searching for
descriptions. J. O. Frxkd.
erf aUlaa. Asks Ste.wSw
1 Far Falsa lean Unasail.
The damage suit of T. W. Greaser
to recover $10,000 from Marshal
Charles Reynolds, of Milan, whom he
accuses of false imprisonment, was
negus in the circuit court yesterday
before a lury composed of Jacob
Hanson. M. F. Edwards. John Run.
kle. E. Wylie. Nels Rosiae. J. F.
Smith, Elmer Montgomery. Frank
Skelton. John Altaians, Tim Beech
r and George Simons. The defend
ent is represented by Harold Weld,
town attorney of Milan, assisted by
wuuam Jackson, while J. 1. Ken
worthy and Looney A Kelly are conn
el for Greaser.
Robert Alexander, of Coal Valley,
plead e-ailtv to rannint? an open tip
pling house on Sunday, and Judge
tsookwalter lined him 20.
Ob the advice of their attorney,
William McEniry, George Brnhn
and William Alderman, the Mus
catine cattle thieves, went into court
this afternoon and plead guilty, and
were sentenced to one year each in
Got a 500 Fee.
J. C. Burgoync, of Andalusia, came
into possession of a $500 fee in an
easy manner this week. La.it San
day his eyes fell upon a notice of re
ward for one James foster, wbo was
wanted at Lacon, 111., and from
which place he mysteriously disap
peared four years' ago. after living
alone' on a farm for a number of
years. The man was well off and
no reason was apparent for his de
parture, and his family feared foul
play. The search has been carried
on for four years, and on reading the
notice, Mr. Burgoyne concluded that
he knew Foster. He had been in
Andalusia for a year following his
disappearance, and for the past three
years had been employed by F. Co
ble on Big Island. Mr. Burgoyne
made a trip to Lacon and represen
tatives of the family came back with
him. Burgoyne's surmises were
found to be correct, sni he received
his $500. The reason of Foster's
strange conduct is still a mystery.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton. .". .$7 60
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal per ton 6 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added on less than ton or
ders. E. G Fbazeb.
You can save
six cents a can by using the
new Horsford's Baking
Powder, because it requires
less quantity than any other.
m totj rn kku
Went a cook
Want a pannei
Want a aitaatfoa
Want tu reat roueaa
Waal a arrant
Want to sell
Want to acn a
Want to excnd(a anrthlna
Want to eetl aoaseh-iM eaoda
WanttoaukeeaT real estate loans
Wast to sell or trade forafcyUCng
Want to and enaiooera tor aarthiaf
TJ8B THBSX COLUIUIS.
1HI DalLT ARGUrt PUJVBBID ATTOCB
door every event or for 10a per wee.
WASTED -A GIRL TO SO MOOT HOUrtE
arnrk. Mast be a!e to sleep at home. Ap
tly St thia office.
WASTXD CITY 8AI.ESMAT O? GOOD AO
drr; man t :n well re amended ;
eood position a-lta largest nnrwry h.uee in
America. Brown BmhrV Coatpany, Chicago.
WANTED A -SMART, ACTIYF. WILL
drepaed prntleman can obtain a first claaa
and eteartT pntition wi-ta advancement br apply
ing at Fifth avenue, after 3 p m. or before
ME!t ASD WOMEN TO MAKK BIG MOSEY
with the Practical Plating Dyn-m I the
electrical machine nsed ia the ureit p at'ng fac
tories tU to SbS a wrt matte eacv. Platra ev
rrrthinc. No exDerienw: bis Droit, "dreea.
W P. Harrisoa at Qa Clerk So. 14, Colnabua,
WAND A CAPABLE. ENEKOItTiC. Re
liable yoeaf man, a-lth from ) to Bl,ons
caeb, capital, to open a brine ot our saelueas In
Bock I-lend. Beat of references reqtiired. If
von baee the money and sut a letttrhnale, ptae
aat ottee bnetnewe. eeitd as jour refer mjes art)
etete wast baaiaees evaeneree ana nave has.
Address, O. W. Borland, tit Wabash avenue, Chi.
ftit Voi .
Sash, Doors and Blind s,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
SUiag. noariag, Waiascoatine
Every PUB WABBsSTEB by
TCLLEY ESS. 4 CO.,
T. H THOMAS. Druggiat and Op
tician. Kyas tasted free of charge.
Up To Date.
Every idea about .
building a stove to
make it better has
undergone a most
rigid test with the '
If it is good it goes.
If it is of no value it
is discarded. That is
why we boldly assert
that Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are up to
date and every one is
sold under an ironclad
guarantee from the
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Put ap in fancy boxes for
fine trade at pries- that are
way down. Don't forget
that we put ap all our own
fancy box candies and that
you will be sure of getting
Fresh and Pure Candies
when you bay them from
KRELL & MATH.
Isn't all alike, though most
folks would say so, there are
different grades. It's a
small thing bat we, sxa care
ful about it. If there are
two qualities we always get
the better one for onr trade. ,
Home Hade Candies
1T18 tad 1718 SsMood At.
We want yon to call and see
tbe finest line of Candies in
Greatly Reduced Prices
CORK SOLE SHOES:
BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT
Mc In tyre-Reck Dy Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best In the world
Only Ten Days
Before inventory every nerve must be strained to re
duce stock to the lowest possible point. It costs
money to unroll and measure goods; we prefer to
Uke that money off our profits and give the benefit
to onr customers.
. .X.J."d el?f P ths Towel etoek. wo offer ST doaea Towels
la 10,15, Vi, and 5c qualities, broken aad odd lata at
5c, 9c and 12Jc.
This to a Towel saapcf the Merest kind. Daaaak. Hack aad Oat-
i loweis, piaia ana mngsd, ell lake part ia
YavkJns too veqolia s clean tne oat aad ahaplnf an process prevtoas
to Inventor. Yn all know by ?hie tine ihat when wo make a price
cat la aay department tt Is a (ood. beany, real en ; a cut which lava
bare a eparklincjine of batvaii. The prices below do their oa talk
ing. All radnetlona marked in plaia Senrca:
40 doaea 3-8 b'eaehed Napk na at Wc.
40 dosen 6-8 all 1 aea -'apkina al S!c
SO dokea a l .-n Napktoa at e.
SS dosen all linen Najkns at 69e.
7 ocaea 3 4 lcrge A t Napkins at We.
8 d sen Wapkins were SI.S5 and 1 S8, will cost Ton 9BJ.
1H dosen Napkins at S1.7S snd SI. 87. Brtne falla to f 1.49.
oxen Maokina a' 1 .9J, 1 SS and $ 18, take ypnr cho'ce SI 6.
homeono will get tlegaut Napkins at eieepUonal bargaui prtcea this
11 Q I WEET'S BABY CARRIAGES
43 V Et
On the Front Row
See the Hew
We close at 6:0 evenings.
the grand march at the
Far pip njrs tn a
choice per yard Sc. worth ap to Cfc a varA.
ir.v- J " www my w m y 1
60 pieces Braid Trimming la a Ian
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Because they are superior to any
They run easier,
They ride easier,
They last longer,
They look better,
They have adjustable springs for
any weight child,
They have latest improved Par
asols and Parasol Rods.
Line Just in at
Gloves and Mens.
Clip prices on a Rood many nsefnl articles this week.
Some of the lots offered can't last long at the prices.
OFT vardu Jarqatrd Dreja Goods worth Bp to SSe a yard, price to
clone. 10 yards for 4c.
Wa thiow abmt a eases nwre piscss nice Dren Goodt into iSc line.
Talaas worth ap to cic.
Odd lots at stoat attractive prices:
" ?en l1 Bd Si Gloves, taaa, browse and sUtas, per pair. Tic.
1 dosen Biarrlix tl Glove, la colors only, at awe
Other desirable lines of Kid Gloves at redaeed rices.
Trimmings, Fur and Braid.
variety of far and colon, beaded gimp to aufeb.
60 pieces Braid Trimming la a largo variety of style aad colors,
were M, 18, St and tSc a yard, your choice per yard 10 aad Sc.
What It left of the Far Mult) aad Seta from last week's asm will
remain at tbe asms prices thia week, only 89 and Sue.
Ca -es contlnue w oSeT mot decided bargaiss ia Jackets and Far
One bale. 1,400 vards, extra floe heavy Sheeting, yard wide, 8c oaal
More Sheeting and Matlin sales tbi week atredooed prlcea.
- 1811 Second Avenue.