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THC ABtOg; FBlPir. FRBKUAIfx 4: 1898.
Tftere s no Wonder
Why we have already won the confidence of our
many patrons, as our stock is complete, new
and fresh; quality guaranteed of the very best,
and prices cut to the very, very lowest. "Quick
Sales and Small Profits" is always our motto and
no coods misrepresented. The following will
speak for itself:
Gobi Dust, rr package l"
Lemon Extract, per bott! 4a
VanLla Extract, per bottle 4c
California raisia, per lb, ft, 8 sad 10q
rinses, pr pound, 8 sad 10c
Cloth's plan, 11 for le
10 pounds Nary boaas 25c
Vaa Camp'a tomato toap 10
Para mapla sugar, per pound. ...lOe
Natal oranges, per dona 15c
tarlor matches, 3 dozen bjtsa tot 15
(Jaart bottles eai chow 53c
TaMt nit, 9 laokt for li
Ttat bottia catsup loc
All goods guaranteed by
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Pmr mo Cocoa
eat .. Vara.
ai . m, iMt
JO 15a Coe granulated sugar.... fl.oo
Horblit'a beit fhur, guaranteed.
P" $1 35
Graham fbur, p?r 10-lb sack 22c
Diamond "C" aoap, 3 bars- a0
Saata Claoa aoap, 9 bara 25c
Jelly, per pail 33-.
Cora aUrcb. per pennd package.. 4c
Extra choice dairy batter lfa
Strictly frcib eggs njc
iliac neat, per package Co
Bjo eaffea, pr pound 103
All package ooe 10c
ft Make all Xhm lateit ia a
f I ?e err am f, ices, Froa-
y ea Frails and Froiea
) raaebea. Kloorfika
a (tlaca ia the neven
v ibina; ia ib etl-we
J Dike iu
la another, try a brick.
Oar famoai Uelnaaico
la as popular aa erer.
Cherry ica isnnitde
raacb makes them all
tip tbeir bat. llama
ma'a raadiei fresh
atery morals); at tb
mitt DaNaa. f
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Telephcaa 2 cn 1318. 4
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SlZltg, Flcoriag, Walaaeoatiar
II lb street UL Ilk aad eth Arts m
WITTY ML WILDER,
Funny Little Man Enterfa'ns at
A LA13E iUDHSCS GENETS HIV.
aaa4 atlrmMtaa la Ua Lrotan Latr
rrtrrm m Urnt mwM.flnln
f M. VII tor m4 BIkb Pctriui
the atagUc f Sir. SUiv-rrjf. Ko!f
Pa "Em" at tm H ivti School
Mwh11 P. Wilder, the wttt? little
ma witb toe innay face, entertained
iro uaienco ai anmtena col
tj;a cmpei lit- evening:. Ho is a
man ci wonderful migaeiit m. In an
instant be ctn tarn bis lUteners
irom lanjbter to solemnhr. His
stories are immrsu tn a
them plainly whllo he has a way ct
' uuwinnit iac mat aids much
id ineir eae2Livenis. it .
entertainment one of the kind lljck
inana would like to fcive mora of.
AssiiUog Mr. Wilder, woro John
rrancia UUder, puniit; Signor T. C.
Pr-trinl. cornetiat. and Willi. m it
ohaw, basso, each of mhote selections
were neatly enjoyed. Mr. Wilder
was the second attraction in tke
The program began with a piano
aolo by Gilder. His rendition of
Mandleaaohn'a "Andante and Rondo
Capriociosa," was received with en.
thnsiasm, and qiict was not restored
until an encore was Riven. Mr.
snaw a aolo, Bedouin Love Sonu."
caueu lorm an encore. When Mr.
Wilder appeared the audience was
eipectant of fan. and they were fully
..uiudu. mi aeiecitona, rar
away" ana Ueceptive:" his ventril
calam and impersonationa caused
the bouae to roar with l
it seemed bard to zive the audience
auuugn. "i.a mve a Amour." a cor
net aolo played by Signor Petrini
t socorea. uuacr'a second
aumtier was frmallT well miirn.t
Ula rendition of Cuopin's waltz in
w uk suuweu a ciear compreben
lion of that composer's music. Sir
iilder'a own composition, "Le Car
ousel," was bright and airv. ' Off
to rnuedelphla," aung by Mr. Shaw,
et the audience in a state of loud ap
plause, but unfortunately no encore
was given. Signer Petrini then gave
'"' o'r rcia:, or Haynea.
ucu air. i uer imMnrtn in tho
ond number ho kent the andirnrn in
a constant atato of laughter by bU
iuiwuuu ui iur. ujDew. ana hi.
numerous other toitctinm. ..Amur.
anthua" and "Pasquinade" were ren
aerea or iir. tiilder. Mr. Kh.w
June "Onlv in Uremnii." Mr
dot's third timber gave the audience
more cuance ior mirtb. ilia selec
tions of -A Kiss," and - She Died for
bove were very well received, and
as this was tho last chr.rn thi. tin..
to near Mr. Wilder, it seemed as il
the audicscs was determined to keep
bim cn the platform ell erenim.
ice nrorram cloned with
solo, "The bong That Reached My
Heart." The tnlira rcini.lrm.M
as a grand success. Mr. Wilder in ia
jk . i - . ... .
umu uumuim oi me ttkt CIMS. H.r
humor i reatbes of pure ri-liutmcnt.
Mr. tiiidcr raaks Lilt as a cjm
pf ser ad a p:anist. Ilia teehniouc
la good and bis plating coiilaios
much feeling and apin't. His com
petition are taliog. Sigaor Petrini
is a master cn the eornrt. Ill mr
erful longs, his ciear understanding
if the instrument. hi
alon of his flmaiio pieces, make bim
a coroeusi ci n gu standing.
ia next wiu be Kev. Thomas
t'lion. oi ew York, who appears
a . , 7
Bto!B M rat rsra.
Tha lecture of Prof. II. W. Rilf
oa "hmerson" at the Hiirb achoal
last eveninir delighted all who hr.l
it. He inturestinelv akrtphani tk
lire oi r.raerson and gave quotations
from hia writiaes. which, hn
forniibed tha foundation of a new
era ia American thnnirht At th.
csnclnsioa of the lecture a short
time was given to the study of the
"Scarlet Letter." Prof Hnir ..,,
that he would exhibit atereopticon
Tlewa of university life at Oxford in
connection with bis next lecture.
The Ancient Greeks believed tint
the Penates were the gods who at
tended to the welfare and prosperity
of the familv. Thev
shipped aa household gods in ever
nome. ina nousecom god oi today
is Dr. Klntr's New Dlscovcrv. Knr
eonsnmption. conghs, colds and for
au auecuona ci tnroat, chest an4,
lungs it is invaluable. It baa been
triod for a quarter of a centurv and
is guaranteed to cure, or money re-
inrneu. no noueenoia should be
without this rood ancel. It ia r,W.-
ant to take and a safe and sure rem
edy for eld and young. Free trial
bottles at Harts & Ullemejer's dru
store. RcL-uIar aixa 50 cents and tl.
A Hti Cauarrai Car.
The 10 cents trial tiza nf F!'.
Cream Malm which caa be had of tno
druggist is sufficient to demonstrate
its great merit. -Send ID cents, we
mail iu Fall sixe 50 cents.
Far Bros , fiS Warren St , N. T. City.
Catarrh caused difficulty in sneak.
Ing and to a great extent loss of bear
ing. By the use cf Ely's Cream
Balm dropping of mnens has ceased,
vole and bearing have greatly im
proved J. W. Davidson. Atto'rcej-at-law,
Sllsia Taste AatM rm.
Foley ' Honey and Tar gives quick
and positive) relief to all rases. Fcr
ale bj T. U. Thjaass..
LIQUOR WEN HAVE A BALL.
laadStartad for Eafctrtelslnc Saxt 8 -leatkw'a
Mea who deal in liquor and their
friends held sway at Armory hail
last night, and danced, ate and
drank and made merry. It was the
first annual ball of the Liquor Deal,
era 4k Manufacturers1 Protective asso
ciation. It was a success, both from
a social and financial bta&dpolal.
ADont one Hundred oouples were
there. The ball was given for the
purpose of starting a fund tor the
entertainment of tbe state liquor
a i , . ...
uua.en convention, wctca comes to
Bopk Island next September.
From 8 to 9 o'clock a fine consort
by Bleuer's lull orchestra was cn
jyjed. Thm tho nctca of thee::,
chanting waltz were 'truck up, end
on went tbe dance, which continned
until tho rmall hours cf today. At
midoht a aupper wss eorved in
the Turner hall dining room by
The Paices plaved ' Shadows of
Life," a pretty comedy drama, to an
appreciative audience at Harp r's
theatre last evening. Tho attecd
anre is inoreasiog at each perfor n
ance, which is evidence that he
public is cominc to realize that hn
company is a meritorious one. Tl cir
pieces inua lar nave oeen produced
in an tfTicient manner, tho costuming
being particularly tiae. The mem
bers of the company are ladies and
gentlemen of talent and dramatic
ability, and are rapidly winning
favor at the hands of the theatre
goers. The company this evening
prcpents "Master and Man."
Saturday evening Scaichi. th
reat contralto, will be the attrac
tion at the Burns opera house. To
lovers of the art, pure and simple,
her artistic performance is the at
traction, but there are others who
may also be interested ia her elabor
ate costumes, her magnitioent dia
monds, and the scenery, the detal.s
of the sellings, acd all the equip
ments of the great concert. Mile
roulicirurt. the wonderful
uscoverea oy uol. niapleeon a year
r so aco, is a twin star, though with
ceteoruy ci much more recent date
man that oi Scaichi. Tom McQueen.
tenor; Sig Alberti, baritone, and
illle. du Itedat, mezzo-soprano, are
upporting members of great luerit.
Unouestionablr ono of tho strnnir.
ebt plays with a war element that
has ever been played on the Ameri
can stage, is "The Girl I Loft Behind
Mo," tj be teen at tho Uartis tomor-
iow evening, ino proor ct this is
'.hat it has outlived n.fnv of those
hat came after its bdvent. Every
ltV from the Atlantic tn thn
las seen the drama and all have set
ihe teal of their tDoroval nrian it
ks a ccnuino American nlav it tn.
pals to all in this country, not om
irom tho patriotism it incu'eate;, but
.ho sentiment and nathoa with which
tt abounds. It ta3 been seen hrra
tnd made a grand irnpreesiou. There
is no reason for believiiig that it will
oot do tbe same when it comes a?&ln
aaa ... . "
v. u. Jeiieison, h.!aw& hasaer s
usuri li jent hfir r.ro.lii -ti
Ccx'a Brownies," crowded with !w
feature, will bo tho irreat altrnction
at the Burtls opera bouse in Daven
port Tuesday night, IVb. 8. Offing
to a heavy ruarantce that h
nada by Macaer Kindt, prices for
the great extravaganza will bo only
a. 01', 46c and t: no hii'Lor. The
eat tale- open Friday morclog. Tee
o;g t.now wiii Do witnessed exactly
as it h&s rnn far weeks to crowded
boates ia Sew York.
San Fraocisci, and the other lare
cities, not a aisglc feature being
Omitted. Tho Storm. Khinwroolr
earthquake, volcano and other won
derful scores, 12 in all; ono marvel
ous flying ballet that is danced in
mid air, the ballet cf thn hni;fni
Oriental slave girls, tho bubble bl.
les, tna wonderful Kara Mo head to
head balancers from Eurcce. Eddie
Pinaud. the pre&te.t ir.rTci,. tri.ir
rider in the world, and the fnnnr
German band are among the remark
able fca'ures. Plmer Cox himself
dude and other hrownica in char.
coal. Budd Ross, Eva Tanguay, Ger
tie Carl vie. Charles lUtr. n ftnd 13nl
Solomon are among the well known
artists in the great organization of
74 people. "Tho1 Brownies" is one
of the biggest attractions ever
brought to here, and no one. if
possible, should miss seeing it.
PIlMl rilcal meat
Dr. Williams' Indian Mia Hint.
mett will cure blind, bleeding and
itching piles when all other oint
ments haVO fallad. It nh.nrha tt,
tumors, allays the itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives Instant ro
ller. Dr. Williams' Ind fan I'il o oint
ment Is prepare only for piles and
Itching of tb' private parts, and
notbirg s!6. "Every box Is war
ranted. Sold bv rfrairtriata . ir aAnt
by mail on receipt of price, 50 cents
r a -"7a iru.a, -.-
v iLuasaiiKcracTCEiNQ Co.,
PropricuTS, Cleveland, Ohio.
Sold by M. V. Bahnsen, Druggist. I
-. " .
Stalil-tiPl rllOW Intt IKnniini!, nl
infants and children yearly dio of
membraneous croup. We do not ex
aggerate when wo st&te that
of these innocents cinid h,r hSn
saved had Foley's Honey and Tar
been riven them In in r .n Tnn
afford to be without it ia your house
hold ? For sale by T. H. Thamaa.
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN.
?wi cf Xtlaoellaa .oai t,trat From tta
Jcslin, Feb. 1. Tbe snow blockade
is now a thin? of the naat and trav
eling is assuming its normal condi
Mrs. John Buckley has been ailing
iv r ererai acys.
F. J. Whiteside, during tha last
week, has 6old several feed grinders.
Sloighs and cutters have been go
ing lite hot cakes since the snow
F E. Crompton, Jr., and Miss An
nie Keuhl were married Wednesday
evening last at the United Brethren
parconage by Rev. Barr.
Sylvester 'Daily is contemplating
building another creamery st "Cof
fee Corners" in Whiteside county,
between Erie and Albany.
K;ng Matthews, the popular hotel
proprietor of Erie, has wen taking a
week of! In order to have a visit with
bis friend and relatives in Zuma.
Frank Dailey has decided to ruako
a change in bis bu&iaess relations,
and ia offering hia residence, black
smith shop and tools for s&la at a
bargain. If be does not sell he will
Etnll Exstrom and Miss May Iu
gram will long remember the inci.
deuts acd happenings which inter
fered somewhat with tbeir being
married just as they bad intendod.
Mr. Exstrom obtained his marriage
license Monday, intending to be
married by Rev. Thompson, of Port
Bvron, Tuesday, and thev left Zuma
in a cutter with that obiect in view.
They struggled- through the enow
dri.'ti until within ab ut two mi'eaof
Port Byron, and then had to give up
and retrace their steos. denidinir to
take the eveninir train at .Inslin. that
they might be married in Moline. j
Un Mr. Exstrom and Mian Inirram I
coming to take the train in the even-
m a am..
tog, v. oi. Jiunoart, tne operator,
and other friends, tbinkimr thev
were niarrieu, wiBnea them much
pj, etc. going through the usual
formalities Miss Ingram smiled
and thanked them, but politely in
formed them that their onnirrntiila.
t'.oca wcro somewhat previous that
her name was yet Ingram. Having
oo ainea moir ucaeis and tne train
approaching, they stepped a pin tbe
platform; but the snow plow having
no respect lor marriage suits and
wedding bonnets, scoopod up and
threw about six inches or more of
onow all over them and others
Jowevcr, their friends coming to
their assistance, tLey were seen
cleaned up and brushed eff, and
made preventable to the ccenpants of
the car which thev entered. On fir
ming at Moliae they still found that
tne course of true love does not al
ways run 6taoorh," and that they
were again in the midst cf another
snow blockade, and that the street
cars, evon, were not running. It being
almost lmDOSBinie 10 cat anvwheiu
and too lato to hunt up a Mcthoiist
i rt at
minister, they disposed of themselves
amopginocas tne D?st way they
could. From information received.
Emil Exstrom and Miss May Isgrsm
were married the following day by
Rev. J. F. Robinssn. of Moiino.
inoreicire, con?ratuiaions will now
be in senscn. and w wish them rnnnh
pj acd happiuess.
The Larger Half.
ia Rock Ieland ss
The bigger half of worldly trouble,
Tha greater part of mankind's suf
Can be safely laid to tho kidneys.
Kidneys filler tbe blood.
Keep the buman system healtby,
Bat the? can't do this when they're
Easy to tell sick kidceys.
Look to the back for the note cf
Most backache nains are kidnAv
Twitches, twinzes naina and
of a bad back
Should be treated promptly.
Evory day 'a delay means fain
Urinary comnlications set in. dia
betes, Blight's disease,
lh-an's Kidney Pi'ls are kidnnv
Lure every form of kidney ills.
Proof of this in Rock Island testi
Patrick Roonev. of lSi.fl fifth
enue, bricklaver savs: "In 1802 I
was taken with a aorencsa an.rnsa m w
kidneys. Gradually other
developod, plainly showing what was
causa 01 it. 1 consuiiea a physi
cian, who treated me for three years.
but I obtained little rr tin lw.no fit
In addition I used a mnch advertised
cure for kidney trouble, hut the ben
eficial results were small. During
tho summer of 1897 I suffered te.
verelv with intents nain in thn im,n
of my back, and in addition trouble
existed with the kidney aecretiens.
particularly at night. Always on
the lookontfor spmething to help me,
when I noticed y.orn'a Kidney Pills
advertised and guaranteed to cure
symptoms like mine, I procured a
box at tho Harper House dreg store
auu tunuoucQ mo treatment until I
bad used six boxes. They did me a
world of good, more than all the
other medicines c mbined. I will
be enly too pleased to give minuter
particulars of my experience in a
Doan'a Kidney Filla fur sale by all
dealers. Pries 50 cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn company, Baflalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the U. S. Re
member the name. Doan's. and take
nosubstitue. Sold by Marshall &
Furniture, Carpets and
SPECIAL PRICES will be given commencing Mon
day, Jan. 17, and continuintr until Feb. i. We ar
bound to unload. Are you just going to housekeep
ing? This will be a grand opportunity for you as
well as all housekeepers. LARGE DISCOUNTS
will be allowed on everything in the store. It will be
to your advantage to call and get the prices we are
making. Remember our prices are always the lowest
and it will pay you to investigate.
fW. S. HOLBROOK
105. 1)7 E. 3uiiiS.ruS,
The two Great
Ms DIop anil j alio
Have Arrived at the Rook Island House Gorner
Tell vour Present. Past and Fntnrn All In UnnVt. ...
ALONZO and VALVINO, Second avenue acd Seventeenth street.
necover iosi property on a guarantee; no money taken until property
is produced. Lost friendship restored. The love or esteem of any person
on whom you set your heart can be won. The Madams can eiva yoa ad.
vice on law, love or trouble, marriage, divorce, business speculations and
on all matt' rs of life. Do not fail to call on these gifted women They
astonish tho world. 7
Call now. Do not wait until they are gone. Positively guarantee sue
ces when all others fail. Tell yoa how to be successful in all your under
takings. How to obtain your objeot or desire in life. How to overcome all
troubles. How to have vonr want and wiahaa mmn.nA , .. .
love of any man or woman of your
u.rf, u..,....! .,.0. unwiv lust aneoiion. rteunlte tha separ
ated. Locate diseases. Honrs 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Charges only 25 cents
CALL SOON AS OUR STAY WILL BE SHORT. 7
EXTRA For a small additional
future mate for life.
In winter is impossible in
a house where there's im
perfect plumbing. When
anything goes wrong send
for us. We will remedy
the trouble in the shortest
possible time and with cext
to no anooyance to you.
The things we fix stay
fixed and our charges arc
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth Street. Telephone it a8
Is being made up and sold ont at very low prices. It com
prises many fine fabrics that wauld ordinarily bring higher
figures. It must be closed out and yon have an opportunity
to buy now very reasonably. Drop in and sea the line.
Gus. Englln, Linger, 1803 Stccid Ara
Four Par Cent Paid on Oepostu.
Moaer Loanad on Personal CoUataral or Baal Katata BeoarltT.
1 V Bnford, Pretldrat
oha orabaoih, Vloa mUaaN
k viwaawaii, vaauar. .
Ph. Ti i .'il l.i. a tomm - - - ....
Thar are avoatat, aala a4 aartaia la
B aaTwaara, urn.
For sale by A. J. RcUs, Druggist,
FAFX3 BUI622t 0ALC3-H5IE3, t1AJ
imbuiu. iiuw mi wm tne
choice, and how to live contented and
feo yoa get the
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Inoorporatod Under tha
Jsetoaa m Hnist. asiicinis.
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Bock Island, IU.
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