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Tinware And Housk
1613 second avenue.
Jinko or Cat Basket, all sizes.
New styles of baskets opened each
Something nw in D.ll Hammocks.
All the latest Games.
Lamps, all kinds.
China and Glassware.
We will place on tale Thursday the
lloest line of Plush Goods eTer brought to
thecitj, and to be sold at less thin
manufacturers' prices. Come and pet
our prices before purchasing anything in
the Holiday line.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
DRAPERY, GRILLE WORK
A. J. SMITH & SON,
123 and 127 West Third 8treet. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
Tuft. I ',fcV'p'ii!;.. :lj 'i.
sat &iKi& 3k-:. !": "fn.:n taflwn " - '--
WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Kxeloslveazenta
v irS- so". Jnewyco., KohertS.
SESol H UPBCIALS-Whloh lncld all the
below other dealers.
m . t. an rmtter co., ma itnoert uraves Uo.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THB WELL KNOWN
Vl ERGHANT TAILOR,
Has just returned from Europe and would be pleased to see his friends at
his place of business in
Stab Block, Opposite Harper House.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1890-91 hare
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second utreet and inth avenn.
tiiretns and do all Msd
Irish Cough Syrupy
acts quickly, U perfectly auto and new fail to cure aU ig troubles.
I Medicine known for all Kidney,
Oo a.Bottle Samples free.
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T,,
Popular 13mo Books 25o.
We also have a complete line of padded
Art Booklets frjm 5c op.
Albums by the 100 and at prices which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, just the thing
forXnaa. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue
Branch Store 400. 15th St., Moline.
for the following
in? six lareett Well Paner
A Oo.. Nevins Jk Havilsnd. Nea
Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
of Carpenter work. (3 ire hlna trial.
and Liver Pills.
Druggist, Bock Ithad.
Two Masonic Lodges aid Barrett
Chapter. - :
ietereetlea SJeresaealea at Maaoate
TenapleLaat ETealeg lae Haaleal
Featarra aa Baaqaef.
The aaoual installation of officers of
Barrett chaper No. 18, R. A It, of Trio
lodge No. 57, and Rock Isla id lodge No.
58, A. F. & A. M., took place jointly at
Masonic temple last evening . The plan
of entertainment wbichwas public, in
cluded a reception from 7 until 8 which
was largely attended by members of tbe
fraternity, their families ami friends.
Tbe exercises opened at 8 o'clock with
instrumental music, by Mrs. J. F. Rob
inson, followed by a toc1 selection by
Irs. Hilton Jones and a souk by a quar
tettee composed of Messrs. J. F. Robin
son. Sewell Dodge. 8. J. Collins and
William Don. The instil ation of tbe
officers of the Masonk lodge first
occurred, Acting Deputy Grand
Master H. C. Cle&veland an i Acting De
puty Grand Marshal J. M. Montgomery
acting as masters of cert-monies. The
officers installed were:
W. M. Q. F. Kramer.
8. W. .1. R J ohnston.
J. W. J. H. Kerr.
Treas. H. Burgower.
Sec. W. B. Pettit.
Chap. J. F. Robinson.
Mar. M. M. BrlRg.
8. D. W. 8. Fulmer.
J. D. A. F. Schmid.
8. 8. A. Esser
J. 8. H. W. Perry.
T. George Foster.
ROCK ISLAND LODGE.
W. M. J. A. Montgomery.
8. W. E. H. Scbmitten.
J. W. E.Beck.
Treas. W. Baker.
See Louis Kobn.
8. D. Geo. McKssick
J. D F. Jenkinson.
Mar. Meyer RoseoSelil.
Chap. John Criibaugti .
8. 8. A. H. Rydrr.
J. 8. W. Hny.
T. M. Kohn.
After a short interval, during which
Messrs. J. F. Robinson, Bewail Dodge.
8. J. Collins and Win. Ton, and Mes
dames Robinson and Jones rendered a
vocal selection, tbe officers of
were installed by the sami officers as fol
M. E. H. P. - F. C. Iijokman.
E. K. J. F. Robinson.
E. 8. John Crubaui;b.
Treas. W. T. Magill.
Sec. J. R. Johnston.
Chap. F. R. Harriot ton.
C. H. D. J. Sears.
P. 8. M. M. Briges.
R. A. C.-J. T. Diion.
M. 3d V. Geo. McKijsick.
M. 21. V. Wm.McConocbie.
M. 1st V. Christian Gsetjer.
T.- Geo. Foster.
After the ceremonies a banquet was
served in the Temple dining hall, about
three hundred sitting dovn to the heavily
laden tables. There m as a season of
social enjoyment about t lie festive board,
and later Bleuer's orchestra lead the way
to tbe bull room, where those who de
aired participated in the merry walls.
The regalias and paraphernalia used in
the installation ceremonies, were very at
tractive, those of Trio ledge and Barrett
chapter being exceptionally handsome.
A Weol Jtta' li&aaovea.
a treat many in koci Island are per
sonally arq minted with Mr. R. E. Spans
er, woo visited tbe city frequently in the
last si i years as a po9tof ise Inspector. He
was connected with the free delivery de
partmeot, and was a very efficient and
competent man. When appointed, Mr
apanRler lived in Macotnb, but has since
removed to Chicago. With the advent of
tbe new year Mr. Spanker was dismissed
from the service without any cause as
signed, but it Is easy to guess tbe reason,
No doubt the department allowed him to
remain as long ss it did hirnply in the hope
of finding some plausible excuse for letting
him go, but finding tint no fault could
oe rouna witt ms work, decided that his
politics were a little off. and we think he
can charge his uncompromising democ
racy ss being responsible for bis removal
air. spangier is not tbe sort of a man to
remain Idle, however, and he has already
engaged in business with a well-known
Ublcago real estate fiim. Tbe Chicago
Real EttaU and fiuildlnq Journal has tbe
following compliments -y allusion to him:
R . E. 8pangler. who f or the past five and
a nair years bas been connected with the
government mail scrvU e, will henceforth
aevoie bis attention to tbe interests of
tirockhsusen. Fischer & Co., tbe well
known real estate firm. During three
years of his worn for the Government Mr
Spangler was in the department having
uuarKB vi ine general ne delivery system.
In this position bis dt lies called him in
all directions, and in tlie cities through
out tbe country there is doubtless
no young man who has as many ac
quaintances as be baa made during bis
many trips. This wide acquaintance
will be of great value io him in bis new
line of work, and the llrm are to be con
gratulated on securing the services of so
able and energetic a seotleman. Among
the references of Mr. Spangler are tbe
following: Fort Dearborn National
Bank, Col. J as. A. 8.iton, Postmaster
T. E. Milcbrist. U. 8. Attornev. Hon. W
G. Ewing, County Attorney. Capt.
H. Marsh, 8upt. of Police, and Hon.
E. .Stevenson of Bloonington, 111.
The Afgub wishes Mr. Spangler suc
cess in his new under king.
The last of the coal mining troubles in
South Moline and Ht.mpton townships.
lasting for three moi tbs, are reported
settled on the basis of the men's
The owners hadibee a pettinf
sail was very low waj esltif bard work.
Mr. Donnell at once t onceded the point,
and work in his mine was not interrupt
ed. SUvisBros., Mr. Allison and the
Northern Mining Co. acid out for a short
time, offering tocom romise at 8 cents,
but finally paid the 4 cents. The other
firms five or six in number held out,
and the matter was n it settled until the
other day. when the men went back to
work at the advanced price, or 4 cents a
bushel. About eighty men were
"raast a llara-Bentr."
On Saturday evet ing we are to have a
presentation of "Fai at and Marguerite."
by one of the best cc mpaniea on the road,
of which the Chicago Herald says:
At tbe Criterion theatre the Roberts
Bailer company in drawing ' excellent
ousts with an interesting dramatic ver
:go of "Faust," entitled "Faust and
Jgguerite." The iitaging is good, and
wnclpal roles a e in the hands of Mr.
aenUlancl MiM S( Uer nd are well pre
ROCK ISIANP AIIGUB, FRIDAY JANUARY 16. 18Jil.
TUR SYNDICATE ENTEEPR1SK
Mr. . B. Hotamea, Veatin Hero Cams).
- aiia Dtwafill-ri i .re f the
At yesterday's meeting of tbe Chicago
City Railway Company, L. Z. Leiter, the
greatest opponent of C. B. Holmes' car
ried the day and Mr. Holmes was deposed
from tbe presidency, Geo. H. Wheeler
being elected in his stead as president.
though Mr. Holmes, was retained as
superintendent. Today's Chicago Herald
thus comments oo the siuation:
ine retention or sir. Holmes ss suparv
intemient is considered an exceedintrlv
wise move from a business point of view,
as ne is tnorougoiy conversant with the
workings of the road in all the details
tn ms new position he will have charge
ui an me lecnnicai antiea connected with
me company, but by being deposed
president he will he deprived of all exec
utive power. Tbe financial manage-
mem ana aciuai neaa or toe coapany
win oa vested in we president. Mr.
Wheeler, in occupying this position, will,
it is claimed, virtually be tbe reoresen
tative of Mrt Liiter. By making this
new arrangement the valuable services of
Holmes will be retained, and at the
sume time tbe real central of tbe road will
be taken out of bis bands.
When Mr. Holmes concluded his ra-
port be was greeted with the warmest
applause. Tbe balloting was then an
nounced in order, and while it was in
progress Mr. Allerton arose and said be
wished to withdraw as a nominee for tbe
oirectorysbirr in favor of Mr. Holmes.
He spoke io tbe highest terms of Mr
Holmes and paid that gentleman a glow.
inn tribute for the admirable service he
had rendered tho company during his
eighteen years' connection with it. It
was decided, however, that as the ballot
ing bad commenced Mr. Allerton's prop
osition io withdraw was out or order.
ine wore at me power station, on
Second avenue and Twenty fourlb
street, is progressing nicely, and within
a month it will probably be completed.
The three great upright porcupine boilers
are in place and are attracting much at
lenuon, as tbe work of potting them to-
getber progresses,. The old malt bouse
building adjoining tbe structure in course
of erection, is being renovated for the re
ception of the tnncbinory.
Tbe construction of the cara is no
well under headway and by the time they
can be used, or eyen before that date.
the first lot of twenty cars will be here
The others will follow shortly. They
will be here fast as tbey are wanted. The
various lines will be designated by colors
aa now, but Supt. Schnitger has not fully
decided as to numbering tbe cars. It
would avoid confusion and give a much
better impression of the importance of
the system if the curs were all numbered
together, commencing at about 60, as tbat
is about the number of trailers now on
band, than to number each line sepa
rately, beginning at No. 1.
It is not yet determined what line witl
be the first one opened to traffic under
tbe new system. There are ten days more
work in tbe wa y of stringing trolley In
Davenport, and then that side of the
river will bo all ready for the electric
car. The camhop and storate house on
the corner of Second and Rock Island
street, that citv. is well under wav. and
a force of fifty men is pushing it to the
front as fast as they can. It will contain
500.000 brick and be a monster. It will
be done in time to house the rolling stock
of tbe road. Tuings in general are
drawing to inch a focus tbat it begins to
be apparent that the three cities sre soon
to have jthe beat of electrical systems,
and the way ' the company does all its
work leaves no room to'dcmhl that it will
operate the cars in such a way as to give
TIIK GALKSBCUG JAUMT.
The 'Hj- Pathrra Hetara Howie K
IhBHlaaile Over What They Maw.
Tbe Rock Island city fathers returned
from their visit to Galeaburg at 8 o'clock
last night. Division Agent Mack, of the
C, B. Sl Q., accompanied the party, and
placed a special coach at their disposal.
Mayor Westell, of Moline, joined the
party on reaching that city. Oa arrival
at Galexburg tbe special car was switched
off and a special locomotive attached wilh
which tbe run was made down to the
Purrington Brick p'ant The munici
pal body was delighted beyond expres
sion, loth with tbe plant and
quality of the brick manufac
tured. The plant has ten kilns
with a capacity of 195.000 b.-ick each,
every forty-eight hours. It is a wonder
ful industry, the alderman say, and they
have never seen better specimens of petri
fied paving brick.
Aft-r inspecting tbe pUnt, tbe visiting
delegation was whirled back to Galeaburg,
where an elegant dinner was served and
in tbe afternoon visits were paid to other
brick plants adjacent to Galeaburg. The
members of the party were greatly pleased
with the courtesies shown them at Gales-
burg and by D vision Agent Mack going
14 D. A. Richardson to David Rich
ardson, 1 6 of lota 8, 7 and 8. Village
of Edefngton. $75.
8. W. Wheelork to Peter Olson, lot 17.
block 2. S. W. Wheelock'a addition to
M. W. Curtis to Trustees Schools. 18.
2w. part of se 9. 16. 2w. C50.
15 Estate of John Wixon Inventorv
appraisement bill and widow's award
filed and approved: claima of Oscar Peal
$228.70 and $226 88 allowed in seventh
EeUte of George Zjiicler Inventory
filed and approved.
EsUte of Jesaie Tutlle Will admitted
to probate; petition for letters of admins
istration c. l a. filed bv Marv Tuttie.
Warn TO WED.
i iick Islauaf
15 Herman Stoking, Louisa Colburn,
Milan; Christian H. Hansen, Davenport,
Hilmar W. Longtinen, Bock Island.
Chas. Bollman and Fred Schroeder
got intofan altercation on Second avenue
anil Beventeelh street laal evening and
Officer Sexton promptly arrested them and
took them to tbe Armory..
Officer Wafer of Davenport was in tbe
city today In search of a boras blanket,
wolf robe and set of tingle barnest, which
had been stolen In Davenport last Bight.
Beaadlag la the Chaanef.
It is evident that the goverment is get
ting ready to begin deepening tbe channel
at tbe foot of Sixteenth street, and spend
ing tbe tllO.OW appropiated for such
purpose. It had parties at work todsy
making soundings to ascertain the depth
of the water, as it is first neoessary to
construct a cofferdam iust above where
the work is to be done. It is probable
they wUl begin work early ia tbe soring,
taking advantage of the usual riae. Mo
line Journal. .
Fine dressed turkeys at C. C. Trues
date's. . -
Turkeys, ducks and chickens at F. G.
Choice lettuce, celery and oysters at F,
G. Young's. -
taraeyascniccens. docks and oysters
TI . . .
xtice ires a noma made mince meat at
F. G. Young's.
Fine Jeniton apples by tbe peck oi
barrel, at C. C. Troesdale's.
C. B. Halstead of Hamlet, and M. M
Miller of Reynolds, were la tbe city today.
Fresh apiosch, lettuce, partley, soup
bunches, beets and asparagus, at May's.
Oysters and celery, Florida oranges
and Dice ripe bananas, and chickens, at
Miss J. H. Bancroft arrived ia the city
this morning from St. Paul and will soon
reorgaoica classes la physical culture.
luevrowD restaurant received many
compliments today on the grand supper
It served last evening at the Masonic
Dsvld Don yesterday pat into Park's
restaurant an immense nine bole, double
oveo. steel range, one of the laigest, beat
ana most convenient In the city.
Wanted to rent Two days a week for
six weeks, double parlors In private house
for classes in physical culture. Address,
at once. Miss J. H. Bancroft. 51 East
Fifteenth street. Davenport
Reserved seats for tbe Schnell Literary
club entertainment will be on sale at the
Harper bouse drug store, commencing
next Tuesday morning. Tbe entertain
ment will occur Thursday, Jan. 22;
tickets thirty five cents.
Tbe Womsn's Improvement Guild, of
Trinity church with the rectsr, will hold
a parish reception at tbe rectory, on Wed
oasday evening, January 21. from 7 to 11
o'clock. Refreshments will be rwl
itbout charge. There will be music.
both vocal and instrumental.
Tbe Rev. Mr. Judy, Unitarian minis
ter of Davenport, will occupy tbe Temple
of Emanuel in Davenport tonight. Dr.
Freuder. tbe Jewish rabbi, occupied Mr.
Judy'a pulpit a week ag Sunday, aid
the Utter will now repay tbe compli
ment Mr. Judy's text will be -Judge
County Superintendent of Schools
Marshall came in last evening from Bowl
ing township, where be bsd been for sev
eral days visiting the schools. Mr. Mar
shall takes kindly to his new duties, and
ill undoubtedly make an able and effi
Sheriff Gordon returned this morning
from Kankakee asylum with the five in
ssne patient. L. J. Malenbenr. Amiraw
Johnson, C. M. John?oa. James
Williams and . Andrew- 8oderman sent
back to this county as Incurable. Rock
Island county still basfour patients in tbe
Io tbe circuit court this moraine J oh a
Kelly plead guilty U robbing Mrs. Jacob
Ohlweiler of her satchel on Twenty first
street between Fifth and Sixth avenues
on Oct. 28 last. Judge Smith imposed a
sentence of two years in tbe penitentiary.
onenn Uordon leaves for Joliet peni
tentiary tonight with the prisoners Sim
mors and Kelly sent up for two years
Tbis morning the first panel of pettit
urjrs were discharged from service. The
second panel 'uegins Monday.
uoiuaiu ivbiij cnargea witb larceny.
unaries Johnson charged wlih larceny,
. n rl 17 IX : I . ...
uub cuaxgea wiin tbe same
crime, were arraigned and each plead not
Brake Hla Aahle.
"cu injuitaar, a ooy i years old, em
ployed la tbe wood otGoe of Howard
wens co nrst avenue, fell off of a flat
car near tbe foot of Nineteenth street
this morning in such a manner as to frac
lure his left leg above tbe ankle. Mr.
- owbiu, iuc a. is y . nagmaa. at
the Nineteenth street crossing witnessed
tbe accident and hurrying to the suffer
er's aide, picked him op and carried him
to Dr. Cowden's office where, aa txami
nation of tbe Injury was made by the doc-
t:r. and la the meantime Mr. Swain sum
tnoned aa express wagon and bad tbe boy
conveyed to His home oo Tenth street.
Taa IilwsskN Mttaatlaa.
i nere is nothing new In tbe status of
tbe situation at the Milwaukee depot
Agent Holmes received notice from SuDt
Earl ing last night that two new operators
to succeed Gsffney and Wagner, would
be down toisy from Chicago, but so far
they have not pat in an appearance.
With tbe exception of the two here, the re
is not aa agent or operator between this
city and Ireeport who has surrendered
nis piaca. though maay threatened to do
so before . tbey wera pot to the actus)
Mr. Geo. and Miss Mae McDonald
gave a reception to about sixty of their
friends at their home on Fourth avenue
near Twenty-third street last evening.
The time was passed in social amuse
ments of various krnda, delightful harp
music b). Rosette, the harpist, being on
oftfcerAOst pleasant features. Elabo
rate refreshments were served at a sea
Mrs. G. Frsxer entertained tbfcest
End Psneresstve Euchre club
ant maimer last evening s
their new home and reoas.
handsome preseots. Tbey entered .
mediately upon the happy duties of bousa
Rxticolm, Jan. IS.
Rev. J . A. Riason U holding protracted
meetings at the M. K. chorea. The meet
ings are well attended and suceestf ui
Dr. James Cozsd returned on Toesday
from Springfield, where he has been at
tending the meeting of the M. W. A. as
delegate rom Reynolds camp .
Mr. Eatersoa Crabs, of the firm of Par
tridge dt Crabs, hardware dealers, has
sold his interest In the stock to Mr. Rob
ert Mallette, their tinsmith.
The firm name of J. H. Gaunt & Boa,
has beea changed to J. H. Gaunt, Mr.
J. F. Gaunt retiring from the buai-
Mr. F. G. Wait has purchased a floe
stable horse from parties at Osco, IU. This
horse is reported to be the finest boras ia
tbe state. He is certainly a magnlfient
animal, a jet black weighing wbea in
good flesh 8440 lbs.
Mr.8 P. Ash and his sonThad, who have
been ill with typhoid fever, are still oa
The anarrisgo o
s A Basasaa i
AN OLD TIME MINISTER.
A Brief .Sx.teh m Uka lit, af Kav. Job.
Clark. T .TIBB.IBB.
Thepaatosof a Kew Kncland chorea
century and a half ago was often a diligent
and euccessrul farmer. He needed what
ever his well managed acres could add to
hla anpport, for his salary was small. That
of the Rev. Jonas Clark, who was ordained
pastor of the First Pariah Church of Lexing
ton, to K55, was 80 and twentv cords of
wood. Tbe money waa often so d"rerijOed
aa to be worth littla mora than the wood.
An interesting sketch of his Ufa, and lad.
oeniaiiy oi tbe village life at the time,
contributed to the Unitarian Review.
At plowing, planting, hoeina-. haying,
carreatinjr and cider makinic, Mr. Clark
worked with his own hands and had the
neip oi bla boys. Through the season,
from the first peep of dawn till dusky ere,
he was at work in the garden or the field.
at the woodpile, in tbe barn, or ta tbe
study. His wife and daughters were
eqnally busy, spinning, weaving, caring for
tbe dairy, or making the cluthiojc for
When the town wished to Instruct ita
representative In the general court, or ta
the provincial coo great, or when corre
spondence with committees of safety in
other towns was to be carried oo. Mr.
Clark waa generally intrusted with tbe
drawing np of the Drceaaary paper. His
bouse became a rallying place for the
patriots of Middlesex county. He aamated
in sending forward men and supplies from
tbe town through all the dreary years of
Ha averaged fifty nii sermons a rear dar
ing tbe fifty years of hi ministry. Taeea
were strong in logic, fearless ia denuncia
tion of tyranny and wickedness and tre
mendous tn their length. Hla arandaoa
has seen one of them which most have re
quired three hours for ita delivery. It ia
recorded that be waa emphatic ia his man
ner and pounded the cushion- wit boat
la 1793 Governor Hancock offered to give
the society an elegant Bible for the pulpit,
if the church would consent to ita being
reaa as a pan oi toe service, as it evidently
had not been op to that time, Mr. Clark
announced the proposed gift to his congre
gation, and asked them to take action ia
One of the deacons arose and said that
he apprehended the innovation would not
be acceptable if it ebon Id Increase tbe
length of tbe service, as tbe people were
anxioua to get home to do tbeir chores be
fore dark. Mr. Clark promised that it
should not. Tbe Bible waa accnrOinirl v ac
cepted, and tbe reading established aa a
part of tbe church service.
Mr. Clark bad a pair of fur glove which
be wore in winter while oreaehlns. Aalit
iotbe tbomb and forefinger of tbe right
one enabled him to tarn the leaves of bis
sermon readily. ben it was first proposed
to pat stoves into the meeting house the pro
ject was stnonornly restated, and one man
was so grievously offended tbat he refused
to enter tbe rbiin-h again. After tbe stove
were put in a lady actually fainted oa ac
count of tbe oppressive heat, although It
" " ouia aay. cue was not a little cha
grined on learning that no fire bad beea
kindled in tbe stoves.
Mr. Clark waa a eomnanlon so hi. kn
i bey toiled together in tbe fields. Thev
wnreioer ior pigeon, and tbe min
ister carefully noted in his diary bow many
Tbe president and professors of Harvard
college, brother ministers tournrritut to
and from Boston, tbe great leaders of the
patriotic cause, Samuel and John Adams,
"" j- - erirren
lugnner with numerous
uociea, aunts and cousin, were entertained
nnder his hoaoitable roof. H
lodging were found for such a multitude
it puzxles ns to comprehend.
Mr. Clark's Tee for a Sunday's preaching
when supplying a vacant pulpit waa 85.
I'or a wedding tbe fee was commonly L
In exceptional cases be received fa. but
oftener only SO cents. For a day s labor
on tbe farm be paid US or 40 rents Board
wm a dollar a week in tbe bet families.
A farm of fifty acres, m ith buildings, rent
ed for WO. It required two dare' labor to
pay for a lnisbel of corn, and three days'
for a pair of shoes. These details serve to
show how hard were some of the conditions
of life then.
Mr. Clark's diary ends with ' Finished
baying today." The parishioner came
and gathered the harvest which be bad
sown, and tbe bright, soft days of the In
dian summer November, 15, ware bis
a. - ' ' - j
uy common consent tbe vital condition
of a club is what is called the gentlemanly
honor of its members. It la the general
confidence that no club man will do ne
clubbable thing. Bat as even dab men
are uiiioie it win Happen that a dab can
not always avoid the admission of those
who should not be admitted. If, however
such are admitted, aad it ia afterward, by
some sad incident, discovered that they are
nndnbbable, to there any remedy but a
capital oner Does gentlemanly honor ad
mit of decrees Is it not of the nature of
an egg, where the tolerable ia Intolerable'
Or like an ear for music, which we have or
bbvb now 11, under tbe misapprehension
that one can sing, be to admitted to a glee
dub, but upon trial it appears that ths
lowing of heifers or the bray of donkeys to
preferable, to he permitted thereafter to
low and bray, or to he kindly bat paranip-
wwrg uiiam irurtia in Marper'a.
The Three Breaches ef the OnttCkank
There are three great branches of tniil 'J P "V
Oreek cburch-the ortbodoa church In TeTV aUJOV
is, gnooooi cbarch In Turkey
and tbe national church in Greece. The
vumuga toe noiy synod of St. Peters
burg, to the bead of the Koasiaa section of
urera rnnrcn, int vertoally bis sway
does not extend snv farther. Th. T..eH.I
branch of that faitb to nnder the bead of
tbe patriarch of Constantinople, wnh tbe
Buuoruiuaie pa in arena of Jerusalem, Al-
Auuru uu aoiwra, suit t permanent
synod in Greece governs tbe sen too of the
church which to la that country. !t. Louto
D.ncing school at Armor hall R.t...
Ne fresh but terras and kncna-BssU
caramel at Krell ft Math s.
Tenderloin, snare riba. hut's fii u.
lesrd. etc., at GUra ore's prrh house.
Aire baled bav b lha trm fne a. 1. V..
John Evans.. Leave orders at atv acaW
Chocolate, mint. wioten-meB Um..
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math's.
The Crown restaurant. Sii. una
ond avenue. Is now ready to furnish yoa
oysters in every style. A. B. Johnson,
E B. McKown sella hard woo I.
lengths, cot or split: soft coal, lump aad
nut. comer Fifteenth street aad Fust
avenue. Telephone 1199.
Progressive euchre ica eraam. Each
xoa gets a plate of see cream with the
orrrf natop. Wheagiviaga
aadrder them I
C aad get
payable to the township
house. Owners ff
quested to brfc their last years
eeipu in order to save time ta flodiaw
ooscripafoB of their property aaiTl
books. ' David rmnmTl'
Township Collector. " .
ITeei It ia tw. . "
.. nrusw aaa n sm (iTa
yon mtay aa anxious moment daring the
cbsngts of season aad weather: as rrtZ
an n. in. a refer
TVs au companies
They hiratah a diss. raligiU Ugnt,
are growing nioaa.
Catart tadtoata iapur. Wood, end to
c" It, Kke Hood's SamparWa. rtlcA
purtfte. tie blood. Bold lt.
OTIOM ow Puboltjtiov.
ana sew rwleg ttlnbaTSiST'
Ills., u us a.. auyaeide.
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s a saitasr aaa tVlBhs. Zfi
hersarter W coedacw aaasr u.. iZZTZU .
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mk atsteof the ansiss.
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tbs ai W, ko. Whits taaarascae
osss as Tbssa aVswa ks oaaaa;
Garter's UttfeUver PrfB) Bee
la OoeerlpsOo. ewrtng sa4 pia.
dec?lSiil was -sstimiism
BB wttl Sad taass Mttto buIssbI.
wsyaiaattkay wui no be wis.
Cssr asssaf assaBBTBre taetasesl
l I BSewrgssBtsaaat, wsiaKMttwaias
aj I ajeaot.
1 a Jr1 Utrls Lresr Pl3a are very vwaH sad
seasy Sots. Oae er taw Mne sssasa anas.
, f sesstrteUy essstilils asl se at artf sr
Cir. SB by BW eMiUaactSssi ! stt wks
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Cm ft nMM CO, w Yt;
rli F1L SiUUl tZSL SJIaII PRiS
- J. B. atosTSost, ... Hsaager.
JJatnrday, January 17.
MB aTCTBaaFI a.
fae Srst tlsM la tats eht thrie
pswsrrsi fwiomi ss ise graa
Faust & Unite
Is tse Beta, sdarSrsl aaa arrar -a (reel tsw tm
Pn ..oeis. trsc 1y er !, By i. B)
Z1 tres aseVr Ms mmm saner
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i. B. BOBICTs
a bobs i rat eoasasv nf aVssu'ia
sersts srreK aas asscaastral t m 1
avraai eflecs' A netfert nmase.
gm at las Wsaset Mreet Tkesuv,
an. BA sea Tft eeets.
Bsleeay M evets.
sale at liarptr B
Vnalr"asl -Heli.- esattaaen4
Um Dan v ABsra FaEB
ft. Kess. Euhsngs ss4 Misreraaena
' ssrua see osy si le ot ww: lanw
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BiniD Boon roa tvo
S-T TweeOeth eirsrt.
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kD A MTVATIO AS B!CIat:R
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1 ess Tarawa kest sf tvlertaca. A-
t A rw-rissltiial Msssnr tnt
.Artty and vwhsity le laarodare lbs- fhsw
AerMoet lasarsBc II eusshtaes all
srs o ths "h4 Use" sat Mae "wa
rns. Trss aiwsf llssesl; aadrrss
W. D. CUAsa. asc y. Usaes. . T.
CaaL STATS AGjTT TO
liseiasss sMBrtr-al cttv.as-
s cos oral ef ear assiBin aa as
sk-arsBM aa every eny is is .
U kaewa sisete a sVw-. la ssl-
aaa asy a ae reset ef s ss las
tbs I sms twarssv. TU
t Oil Cloth,
Baoai aad Fietsre
TsCoe4. Twis.. Kail.
h iui a.
. 7.aA3 JcWCl
E YOU SEEN IT
lamp of any kind, it
to eee what I have. The
ice is from 18 reals np, aad
aad style is just ae great.
rnA ass OtAsa,
ft - '
$ feeds. H
IW4T - r-hrl
1 -aearaastetUwaea data- I
In One Week
we begin to unroll, reroll and
count It is a Wg job. The less
goods we hare in stock the earier
and quicker the
will be taken.
Ia order to make it an object
for you to
than you might otherwise we
propose to allow a dinronnt An
au cash purchases of j
CLEMANN & SALZMANN.
What Would be a Useful Christmas Present:
CLEHANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 12 an l 13fl Sixteenth Sirt,
ROCK ISLAM D.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Rmortsl to 21 9 Berenteentii Street
reonaeoaarsD moaa tbs tsb statb tasr.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
bock islaxo, ill.,
Ora Asli. fessi Utoa,ai SeustAsf is i fsssi f u litsA
Fir per cent latrat paid on Deposit. Money loaned oa Paraoaal. Oat
Uteral, or Real Estate Beeerltr
B. r BBT MOLDS. IW. W C. OBBKBaJTB, rwetea. J. SL arPOBO. Oaaklar.
r. U HBtaed,
IJM r. BrraoWla. T. C Dt.kauai Js rvswrti. f.
J73. BsUBta, L.asB. B Y. last, i. H. Baisv.
aaul aes hask a mt
Jslr S, IS, as4 an
TO REDUCE STOCK
A Chance You Can't Afford to Miss.
"We a offering uopreoedented tbIum la
Including all or oar majjnificent Bssortiuent of choioB
liaU and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
KA.NN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1EU na4 1811 Second arraos.
t Lesatts t etrlre aac j.t ia
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPEBF, Eu.
Great Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE.
IB OBDEB Tti KtUCCK XX ST.iCK OT
Felt Boots and Shoes,
I aid eBsr laea tat la
aaat SB aawa at scire
10 PER CENT.
This discount w-4Tl . ...
psnment. w,,h VtS; la
dress g-ood and domestlcV
Bilk .. , ....
"'iors. taoie llaeaa. aap-
...;, Boons ta snaek
not cloaks SOperoentor 1-i o9
... uim s uer cant or
1 A LadiV Writing Iek.
A Ladies' Bookcase,
j A Ladies' Music cabinet,
j A Fine SUtitoard.
A Fine Centre Tabl.
A Fancy chair.
' 1 Fanor Ilorker.
j And many other nice and nae
j ful articles.
eoeBs Bsaslst raw sraa a
last arstl asteaiaS earrsSf.
SMI fifi Avvava.
U18 Beooa4 Aeaaua.
Harper Qobm Block.