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THE ACOUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4K 1S99.
CZOOC C CXXOODOOOCC GCOOCOOCO
I AT THE THEATRE. 8
I'a.-time Ib.CPIlt'lOll" H 3 fan
that is as "o'! as tbc j.eole in the
caste tnal.o it. it is tvuii'Mii
depends wholly iijm.q the in-r whicl
is injected into it by t lie i-i.mpny
Tins piece was seen at Harper's thca
tre In'-t. ni--ht.. drawing nearly a fu!
b,,nse Cih l'ixlcv. hIw h:is been
scon here on a number of occasions
it-irnl.lv nor! rav in ' tin; tranmtliar
actor, and IJcatrfce ;oldie, who arts
ami sins well, head the or-rani.ation.
which furni-hes an altogether snappy
enteiTainnitiit, with an aljunlauce of
At I'iriev Hi. !'. t'uat chariniiijr
store f 'JVnn'-ci', of which I'.tvi.l
HiL-ins. wli'i assumes the leading ro'.c,
is tin- author, was presented at llar
pci "s theatre Saturday nijjlit. the at
tendance bein' considerably larger
than n vi-arai. when the play came
to t hcat"r-;;ocr as an almost en tire
.stran-x' r. lTu which made friends an. I
admirers f thou- vv ho 1 i 1 witness its
initial Hock Island production. They
were ..11 on hand aaiii Saturday niht
together with many uiore people. As
I.e7,.r.. tin; play was' beautifully staged,
the company "usiiij; ail its tuvu scen
erv. an I eviui-itely acted. It can
t rul v ) iid 5.1 r. lli'ms has in "At
I'inev Hid '," a -t-rv the telling of
which the public will never tire. It
jjets close to life--it touches the heart.
THE TEST THAT TELLS.
Vtu Can i-t All tli- Convincing I'rno
Von WmiiI ly Kea.llni; li.u k Isl
When the reader wants any article
of value lie naturally piafcrs to ital
with some nt;e he can depend upon.
If mixed up in a law suit, a good,
re-pon-ioN- lawyer is generally the
lirst meessity sought.
If lost nil a plailie, directions
from a ttler ould lie relied upon:
tho-e from a st ranger would ie
:U III I'd.
The test t hat tclis t he tale of merit
is the test of friends and neighbor-.
Hock I -dm:'! people indorse I loan's
Can you a-k f. r b. 1 1 er ev "nb nc ?
IIeailthUca.se. Air. John Magcr, of
lili I Kiglitcenl h .it reel, proprietor of
the Architectural Iron and Itra-s
works, s:: "There was mi-1i ter
rible pain through my kidneys that I
could hardly sit .low n or ret up
without suffering fr m sharp, shoot
ing pains, through my Lick. In the
morning 1 often bit so lame and sole
that I ci old not gi t up. and I was
practically roiled out of bed. and more
than once my wife lias assisted me to
'.-t no. I ha l iiiv attention called to
lYian's Kidney 1'ilis and got a l.o at
Marshall .v: Kb-her's drug store. The
lil'sl .!..se si ."lied to relieve me. as I
continued taking the remedy, the
pains grew !es, and after using one
I. ox I was j .early frie from tin in. I
ot a second li and before I had
finished i t'o- trouble left III".-'
Horn's K; I icy Pills are f..r sale by
all dealers, pri. e .'' cents. Mailed by
F. st. i'-M lbnrn company, liu N.
Y.. si.'e :i''i'!its f r the I'nited Slates.
Hemeiuber the name I loan's and
take no Mib-litute.
. locust f- lim.r.
"It is a suipi'iing fa. ."' says Prof.
II. uiton. "that in my travels in all
parts of the world, for the last lU
venr-i. I h.ivc nu t more people liavinjj
used liirin's Au-ust I I. wr than any
ol lo r remedy, f. r dyp p-ia. dcranired
1'iM r and toniac!i and fr.r constipa
tion. I tind f-r t on I i -t s and salesmen,
or f"r persons tilling . iVn e po-ition.
where headaches ami general bad fi'el-lii-i
f.om irregular habit s exist, that
;reen's A'l'-u-t Flower isa rrawd rein
ed v. It ib.es id injure the svttcni
bv"frc.uent use, and is excellent for
.sour stomachs and indigestion." Sam
ple iTittles free at T. II. Thomas'.
Sob! bv dealers in all ririlied
t hrniilr llliriimut Ism I'lirc-il.
I if. II. 15. llcttiiiirer. liidiatiapolis.
Ind.. says: l'or several months
after sprain'miT my ankle I was scvert
Iv a til it led with rheumatism. I tinally
tritd lielchou's AlysticCure for Kheu
' matisin. and in four tlays could walk
without mv cane: two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take oreal
pleasure in n commcinlin:; the Mys
tic Cure to all who are atllicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Crot jan.
l.'i.'j Second avenue. Hock Island:
tilistave Schleirel t: Son, West
Second sdrtct, liavcup. rt.
nf4r mitl Iftt-r.
"My dear." said Mrs. Ilnnewell as
t-hc Kii!red li e e.'iT.e at breakfast the
other nioiiiiu-r. "ilo you iK'lieve in the
eteii.al lilness ,.f tbit.ss V"
M i:s, .1 t ." replied Ilnnewell. -bet
that was before jon b.-iran to n:a!;e my
Fhirls." i'ldcao News.
An ama'cur d!t. r l as tunde a for
tune by Ids pell. His father died of
prii-f oti readiii'i one of his elitoria!s
an ! left Llm lSO.x. Nauvoo Independent.
Pleurisv and pnenraonia arc acute m
llanimations of the lunfr, ami if nob
prompt !v rdlaved, t he v rst may hat
ren. The celebrated Ir. John W.
IJuli's I "ouch Sy rup sjh etlily allays all
inflammation of the lunjjs and c-fleets
n cure in a wonderfully short time.
Cu.-ps Pleurisv ar.d Pneumonia.
tyxr arc ni.V.l anl ptr.-is.iut to take. T'octors
Trip to Paris. i
Free, Free. j-
Vote for vour friend
One teacher .will Imj sent from
Aloline. One teacher will be
sent from Itock Island.
. . . .......
Trip to Paris. :
THE BEST, BUSIEST, BIGGEST STORE.
Special Sale Week.
Vote for your friend teacher
One teacher will L sent fioui
Mobile. One teacher will be
sent from Ko. k Island.
Oo Cloaks, Suits, Jackets, Millinery, Blankets, Comforters, Floor oil Cloths, Stoves and Stove Boards. The cheapest place in the Tri-Citles to buy your housefurnishing goods.
Aoh', people nhen you arc In need of any thing in any line, remember that we watch all competitors and we know what they are selling at, and it has always been our motto to
'L'ndersell Everybody.'' Remember that with each purchase of 25c. you are entitled to a vote for the most popular School Teacher to b: sent on a first-cldss ticket to I'jris and
return with stop. over privileges to all places of interest. Vote for your friend.
IS ?w Black Dress Goods.
oVinch black ladies' cloth
4t-inch black mohair and wool
jae.pjards, special price...
bi-incli black Sicilian inohnir,
worth 1o cents, special pi ice
ol-iiieh black Alellon cloth,
special price, JhT yard
lo-inch black imported jioplin.
worth 1. sjiecia! price, van!
Priest ley's fancy poplin, solc.il. ar
mure i;ranite cloths, etc., regular
price $1 .:!: and fl..'ii, spe
cial price, per yard QSC
D.mble fold, all wool suitini;.
ecia! price, per yard
.'.s-iiich all wind Scotch suiting,
special price, pi-r yard
oS-incli ladies cloth in blue.
cardinal, scirlct brown and
mvrtle. snecial nrice. van!
Jr--J -lU-incii novelty suitings, worth
,e and .c, special price,
Iri Pi-inch all wool granite cloth,
izi worth isoc, sp.'cial price,
3or lM'r y:ir,i
Xdt o--iuch imp.. i ted habit cloth,
Ji3 in all the new colorings,
f special price, tier var.l
J-jrr? :m.l licngaliiie, special price
"rjf 'J--'un h blac'ic dra de alma,
22Tl alvvavs sol. I for 1 1 ."', spe
cial price, per yard $1.25
J2-ineh black peau tie soie and
Srroml KIuit. Tabe Klevalor.
Winter garments of all !escript:on.s.
Wonderful success was our Sfpt em
ber month of cloak selling. Our aim
is to double our sales this season in
this department, eonse.juently we
have marked all garments at prices
that will enable us to accomplish our
1' iim. imit' TZ
teat liZtt ftwt&i '
?iij& -:.rv' - ' --x
M Q. is
All genuine and selected stock;
electric seal jackets, electric seal
capes, astrachau fur coats, astrachan
fur capes, fur coilarettes.f ur cat f
in u ffs.
Here's One For You.
A'ew Black Silks.
Jl-ineh black satin duchess
and armure. special price . . 75C
2--inch black peau de soie and satin
liberty, every yard guaranteed to
e-i vi- sat is fact ion I a I he wenr-
cr. special price, tier var.l. . OSc "'t,P,,";,r shape and s:.c astrachan fur
I I I - t. J . ...v. : 1.. l: I I 11 u
L'l-inch black gros grain, faille
Full shaped, high storm collar, black
coney collarette, black or fancy col
oied linings, clean stock, ami
extra good values, at fJ.Jf1,
-M'" and $1.9S
Our ele':int di-play df Trench pat
terns are now on saie. also a nice line
of medium price as well as cheap
trimmed hats, prices ranging from
$1. '.'." '..".(. rf:; ;,0. t and up.
Styles anil juices to su.t all. At this
display we also have a licautiful line
of black o.strilch plumes, which we
oilier aria speC'al inducement.
1 ' inch plumes (9C
ln-inch plumes tSC
'.'-inch plumes . .' 19c
Also good asso'-tmeut of walking
and street hats. Lowest piiee.
iniilTs. nicely lined and well match
ed stock, they will go with a
rush, at $1.39
fere &Pz& ''Uj&&&&-.
tm-i - vf h 7---''-" --- tJ- --
In all t lie popular materials, (lood
values speak for themselves. Prices
certain to please all car ful buyers.
New waists in plaids and plain ma
terials, separable collars, si.cs ;J to
Ladies9, Misses' and Children's Fleeced
Lined Knit Underwear.
Elliot's lleecc-lined. ribbed l"n
ion Suits, all sias, both in
gray and Kcrue. guaranteed
satisfaction to v.enrer, b'U
tonless(see ci:t ). all
sizes, our choice. .. . 53 C
40 dozen ladies' line natural
wool vest and pants f,.r thi
sale each shoi'ld be
GSc; sold at 50t
All-wool rilibcd seamless slock
enette. "J-' cents per
yard, for 10c
Mis-es" (Kliiott's), made same
as the cut, ileeced, heavy
and warm, leuieiuber
no I-.iitt i u. s, .Ml, r, . . . 35c
Children's line seamless ribbid
vests, full taped, two rows of
buttons on waist band,
sifs, b, 7, 8, '., Ill,
lJcincnibcr we are sole agents
for tin; celebrated Minising
pi-tiled ntitit rwear, for ladies,
mi.-scs, children and men.
We give you the newest and most
c'roice styles this week at
$2.25, $1.75, $1.-49, 96c and
Warm House Sacqucs
A new idea in tennis dressing sae.pics,
pink, cream and blue comtiiua
tions. also grays, neatly made, don-ble-slitch
finish, yoke and shaped
back, this week al 7oc and . -tOC
Tennis wrappers, fancy gray patterns,
skirt cut lull width, i-ineh hem at
bottom, bell , collar and cn iTs. braid
trimmed, this week at $1.1S
Gent's Suit Cases. izsz
We recently picked up a snap in
su.t cases that we arc going to run in
this sale at prices far iielo- anything
ever .piote.l in the city before.
'0-ine!i suit crises', brass lixtures. with
patent spring combination lock,
full leather b.iund and neatly linen
lined in colors of olive and otvwn.
a ease I tint Usual l v sell lrom
f .i to this safe . . . $2.00 ji?-;
JJ-incli suit case, same 2.25
'.'I-ineh mil ease, snme 2.50
li-inch suit case, same 2.75
We also carry a full line of leather lm
nil cases and leather traveling brirrs.
grape vine de-
Shirts, Gloves, Suspcn-
15 iys' suspenders at. . 5C
Alen's suspenders, wire but "iv
Alen's lent her susj'ii. let's 25C
Jgf 15. ys cheviot shirts 5c
I.M) pairs of men's lined and un
lined gloves, travelers' samples at o.'ll
per cent less than regular price. Now
is the time to buy you a good pair of
working gloves cheap.
s.-' f 1 I
nch telescopes. leather
I'lind. linen lined and sub
stantial in every respect,
10-inch telescope, satine.
So on in sies.
HOW TO KEEP A GOOD COOK.
Mrs. A. How do you keep your good cook so long? I have had four in as many months.
Mrs. R. It'- simple enough; just buy a Buck's Steel Range.
no tkoi uli: to snow ;coi.
TMIK Sl'C'CKSS of this wonderful Stove is marvelous. We have secured t':e awni'v for the cities of Kock Island and Moline
are otTerinir yon the best baking stove on cart li and cm prov e it. The grate is a combination of duplex coal and wood.
draft opening is on the left side, and is the entire length of the lire bos, thus insuring a strong blast of lire the ful! length of the grate.
They are lined with heavy asbestos, which prevents the unnecessary waste of heat and causes it to be radiated into the oven, which
naturally decreases the fuel bill. This stove has many more p tin's that are fir superior to any other stove on the market, and is known
the world over as the "white namel line,"' and not b.;li:g sali-lied, they have improved the exterior with a beautiful. silver linih, that
only need soap and water to keep it always as bright as a new silver dollar from tin? mini. These stoves were bargained fur Itcfore the
recent advances, and we are selling them on the bisis of what we h tve paid for tii'.-m and n;i on today's market prices. You are cordially
invited to inspect this beautiful line of Kranges, Heaters and Cook Stoves.
A big snap in the price of tabic
glassware. The prices in all lines of
glassware are ad vanei ng. but we were
fortunate in a purch isi of a laige line
at cut prices, and will throw this on
our counters at pi ices that will not
fail to interest you. These goods are
of the grape vine design and ate very
Salt shakers, grape vine b.'-
I'epper fchakcrs, grape vine d.
Salad dishes, grap vine de
Vinegar etuels, grape v ine de
Salad dishes, grape vine de
Water pitchers, grapevine de.
Cream pitchers, grape viiiede
Spoon holder.', grape vine de
Sugar bowls, grape vine de
Covered butter dishes,
vine design, each .
I -piece glass set
design , each
Water sets, pitcher, glasses,
and tray, grape vine desig i,
V t irk- JK-V-j
M:t N It LOOK.
Blankets, Comforters, Pillows.
3-ptuihd feather pillows, f.uu
Ivu li 50c
-pound feather pillows, heavy
striped ticking: this pillow is extta
good value and only costs:
Just received L'Oil pounds clean
stock genuine goose feathers which
will go at low prices.
1723, 1725, 1727 Second Avenue.
I l:i- Sail I nr ,f the luans VViiciaa
Wiiu aii(,.l lu Talk.
A n:t enibarr:i--ii: i'a t i nc w.a
I I it .f a certain W -t Phi! i lelphia
v.. n- w ,1:111:1 vvh a t -vv evenings azo
';. nded a r.-ci ; r i :. in whieh a nnm-
r . f well known 1 labw. .ii'.en partiti-p..;.-d.
It s.j hni;.eii.'d that siuoii "th-sp
iviv s. viTal wli i La i f.i'ii: l th matrt
!:: -i.il y,,ke .'in iinvvelcniiu fjr
v ;ii..us r. is.,:!s r.r.d had obtaiued b'i;al
s; ; irati n from tii-ir b".-i ands To ono
:.f th-s-' w.i!nn. rj'iit- unvvitticifly,
l::ivui jv.sr K n intro-bu-.'d. th y..'ini?
vv.1a1.1n. who is n T'l'.i: if le t vivacious
I C'.CVersUtiDl. a.idlejtrd tlil? qUS
t:e'.!r By thf tv iy. Mr. R . d m t yoi
think divorce is wrant" Th woiuu, !
rt .1 1. nin-T sli-htly. itpit.!:
"My .b-.ir. 1 h--r- :.r, tw,, si t - that
ipi'-fi. n. IV-iu ij vmi liv E..t Lidil
1 ... st,.ry."
I iie ijuestion-r. cnibura" I iyin l
lueaiur". stauiuiercd au esc'-s- uiid ;
W.HUnl aw.iv. To fle fii-t v - !:; in sh
met sh" inuS l'l 5:er tr iilbl". .-.ayi;,:
")h. dear' I have j i-r 1. !... ., u,st
nnf. .ruinate rem 11 k. V - i kno-.v Mrs.
K. T Well. I sjhik-. t- i;.-r al. ..it ilivorce,
aud slip's divori-ed. you know."
"So am I. i:iy 'b-.r. " w.i t!i snu!
ins reply, and f.re e ai'.iin tte- y.jp.n
w.'in.m wish. si that tic (1-. r v.-.ei!l
op-ii niid-T her. Sh- f. It so bnd that she
Went to i.ne of t!ie v.'..li;eii i ri si.IL'e of
the rcfptiiin and. Liking her side.
t..ld Iter the vvh.ile st. ry. riskn.,- Jjer ii'J-
vice as to what sb should do.
'IX nothing at all. M;s I.." was
th reply. "I re.-dly d'.n t thir.k tie y
have hiiv horror cf the su!.i'.-i.t so ..nv
as it's liiiii'Hvutly -a lied up. I know I
haven't, and I. too. am a divorcee.'-
Whereat the en v-1 s.iti .iirt 1 iiiiss
d'.lilit-d her hat. and. fvarinu to i i.
otler Wold. Went ii u.e Kxtb
Tlic Arcldnil ol Hotter.
It is said Arabs lirst made butter.
They were earryiair aii!: in skins on
tlie backs of cai.it Is., and the steady
Jogjlns churued the tluid into butter
STORY OF MOSES.
VTIiy ReTifliv nril Lrnrrclt ITnd
cl OrBBu of llomnn 1 -.
The features are develo;ed by t:,e
ir.iLd. A i bii 1 that is reared amid
pleasant yirroiitidius and w le.se i;;'tid
is MH.hI witli pleasant thoughts, will
have a ideasitii; fa.e. The s!::i;e f
the nose and chin will depen.1 entirely
upon the st-ejigth and character cf tl.'j
At lo a boy's nose may be Pinal! n'l
turmsj up nt the end.-at 1." it inny have
crown larger and lc straight and at 'Si
It may tie pronoimce.l Itou.au. It ail !.
Jiends upon bis tnind.
The K..:iia:is had bi.j noses with h:rz:i
bridges beeiiuso they were a steivly
and iietermi:i'sl raci- of people. Stur.Ii
Uess and tletertuiuatioii will :ve a u;a.i
a Io'inan nose, no i::;;ttcr how little or
Low- snubby bis firo!isc:s n.ay have
lts n wben lie was Imrn. The i;rts i.s
an artist with a Ib.iii.'iii or suu: nose,
did yen ':
On the other .' and. it would be hard
t lii;d a great r'enei:tl who La, I n.jt a
Ii. .:::an n sc. b-t pi.'tures of Alexau-
l-r t!,e ;reat. .Naj.-ileon. Wellin
"Vas-h:nr.-ton or ;r:.::t ai:d see if
Lave n. l .ill gut bi'. strong noses
the Iloinan.'K'.ue f.pe. Vet it is i;i
safe To say that if we could have por
traits nf r.!l these "rsoiiages. taken i:i
b.f.ir.cy. we would find their olfactory
or.-rms l:tt! fiu.lgy affairs, lik
if the iwcrt'i.11 run of babies.
tir. n were not grat .-enerals be-aus
t!:"V- bad Itoiiirrn noses; tbey hail
Tr.-tri .,,.i s; 1m-.-i iwi. tin
generals. Sau I'ram isco Iiulletin.
At-no'd' Brosso Ceiery curen head
aches: 10 2.0 acd ftO cnt Keisi"'
Tiik luvk of i he
t ti rv thirty t w
.f Uj? Word
Crt.iK.st A ri.Ut.
to ii"h pifrsn in
lcf:H ed in N jt
s: ii int to th? Kti
V'nt Klrlil Monu
rr.;ut Som vrrrir fiijifl.
fc ou ;in siliH'Titu;
nn" moi.rit cesired.
Hiibncripl irm that
irj low as i i M
a ill eotlile donor
to Msfiuintly irtis
t io voiunic.
tvlitth bound. xll)
an ik criilicine of
.utsrripii n to urd.
lUnm coti'irH a
q ,f u :d tvt
t ih- 'Mi tr-wx.
nje .jf. turi-1 U-r
Iio-s -aiist Their tastes are ;iriitic
auJ ovtic. Voa never taw u l't or
Tt- t.udi -irm', i -iMJy ffeu tt.t TmiuVw
'f t. ,Ur )-ti- i4 li. fun't t'-r thf t-'ii Alt t
m't.t.-i.' fit MK,i,r (if T b lt - A (.ItlM
Kujene Flrll Mono meat Mou v-n!r Fund
i r--. i-t W -r.r- "t . C ,',
It iw .-n o. muA , iom lu -vu't.
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Ask for it at the Book Stores, or write ta
GIFFEN t GIFFEN,
12TH, R3CKWILL ANO FlLLMONC ST ,