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TI1: AUG US, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ;:6, 1892.
In Satin and Ooze Galf, including all the delicate
shades of pink, light blue, lavender, yellow,
Nile green, white, etc., also scarlet and black,
MADE TO ORDER IN
Slippers made up from same
Material as costume.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
tearing ano ventilating Lngmeors,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A .:oiapit li.n 'T Iv.-t-, Hr.-i-'.-. (-ioods, !'.ickiii Hon-,
Firf Prick. . . -, : sr -ir-i best quirT.wd
CA.VIS BLOCK' Molme, Iu. j 1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telepr-. i To! e phone 3 1 -IS. Kock1s:.it.
Patronize Home Industry f.nd Protect the Labor of America
- MERRiCK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
'1! adapted for
Hand And Machine
M to Biz Cord Bofl Firish, k oil neasnre. and 1.. equally wi
8cwu g. Kor f ale by
aod Erj Qoods Honsm generally.
MERRICK THREAD CC.205 Firth Avenue, Chicago
1803 Second Avenue.
DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS GKEATEH THAN-ROYALTY ITSSi-F.
IROOBPOBATKD OTTOM THB BTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK IBLAKD, ILL.,
Open daUjfroaia. m. V p. tu, and Satorday TmliiifTo t to B o'clock.
FmrroatlaUrMtpaIdonrepoiiu. Money loaned on Pmontl. Col
lataraj, or Ileal Estate Baottrity
e. 1. nrwHitti. ft f o. dihSaI; . bcwwd. out..
U Xtteni.iil;?ldI. f . C.-Dejkma.,,. John OrubaBrt, H. 1 Halt,
rail Xltcacll, L. I tenon, I. W. Hunt, T. M. BamU
tVH .... v. -Weo Huaer.BoUcltora.
" MtoeM '""T "W, and ienpy the .outheait eorsar of XltcnaQ Inlil a
Rooms forr-nt- 1717 Second avenus
For rent -S;or ro m at 1006 Third
Ask your dealers for the Black Hawk
brand of oysters .
If you Want the b.vt buy the Blwk
Hawk brnni oy?T.
Carl T?Hn?p cam" v.O'Ti'. to sprn.l
Thark.;'viT'ff wih t!s folk.
Wnntpd A good ffirl f o Reniral
housework. Aoply at 1117 Vhirj avenue.
Try .nr hoarhound candy for cslda
Diake it extra strong. Krell &
Henry Andrews, of Dubuqae. id in the
city to rfffiain Leie during the winter
Oaly a few sev.s left for Eell Rir.gere,
Better call a; once or telephone Harper
house pharai .cv
MissO tis. wil: his bran visitincr hnrf.
Severtil w-ttka with fripnds lf.fi Ihia
morcifS f i tier home at Arkicsis City,
The Jim'or Leagnc snciversary which
was to bfive nccurrt-il at the First M. E
Church, ns besn oo-tpoced until further
n nice .
The cul.i wcuther hss no ( ITct on the
ice cre-iin !iusintt.s. Krll & Math keep
it for this; all wiiiitr. Parties and f.tm-
If you wan ftorocthirtir xtr fii fnr
(lecoraiioj; your home, paitra or dull
rooms on auy oireusion, reiiuenil'r Krt i;
& Math havr it.
Send your rrltrs fi r came, fi-ih lob
sters, clam?, f-lii ll an i cacnesl ojse'S to
Mrs C. Fi.rrt.li and Mi s KtrLic Co-tt-llo
kft ytitcr.iuy for Ciint.-n to attend
at the h'd.irir of Mrs. Fain-li'a sister,
who is dangerously ill.
Fi&ck G .men, one cf Por' Byron's
f.iremtit busutss men aaJ an enthusias
tic democrat of the first wuttr, was in
the city a few hours yts'.erdty ou bui
Tre Riuh Company got its lisht cur-
ent working in Moiine Wednesday eve
nine. Vaiagt r McMullen had to bual
to get it e.iine w ithin the time limned b;
tl e fracch se, bat be pot thtre.
Ilev II. C. L lind. former n.tslor r,
First Baptist enured, has just hecepted
lue pasiora'e or the Firt LptlRt churc!
at Dixon. He preached the Perrnon a
ihe union Think -giving Day servicrs at
At tbe F.rsi Biptisl, prexcltiug bv the
ptor.Dr.C. E.Taj 1. r, Pn D Subje'Jt f.,r
moTuiixz," The Grief of the Godiy f. r the
Sins of Evil l) it-rs " tVcnini:, Z-tw.haeus.
r Some ct ihn Conversions of the New
Testkniftit." Sunday school at 9.15 a.m.,
C S. W'liiams, superintendent. Younc
People's Union at 6:3( p. m., .1. W.
Welch. Iththr Topic: "Our Own State
for Chri. t " Sund-iV snb'M.l at t he Forty -f.mr'h
s'r. it chapel t 3 p. m ; F. M Sm
Eet, si.pcri 1 i r.
At the R.-o (Iahv rresVycrttn, the
iitv. .. . y Mqms ptts-or. Home
Vi-si -t). d.y Ti..-t;te at 10 45 a. re.:
"Goii'i. lie: iiVe i f fVsiiim s:n. fir th(
Yo.l ! (iro.ii. U.t'i r " At 7 o t p. 111
conn rt x r.:ef- wiiti fee uieitirts o
honn: 1 'Si en work nmonc Mexican.,
Mnrm .lit snl no ml in sthitts S:i'.irl.
school hi Ihltia. m , Dr. J W. S errt.
supt riutti d-ni. South P,.ik Sunday
fchi)l at 2 III) p. ru. Youmk pcpiu's
mtttir.g a'6 45 p n.
At. the United Preshytrriiin, Pfrvi-ip
at 10:4") a m. and 7:80 p ru.. conducted
hy the pn?tor, H v. H. C Vsrsha 1.
Sunday schoo. at 9:30 a.m. Youoc to
pic's n. feting at 6 45 p.m.
At tho First. Methodist, preichin at
10.45 a. m e.nd 7-30 p. m , hv ihe pastor
Rt v. F. W. Mtrrell. Morcinc; su-J-eU
"Wilm psir.e for Chris!;" evening, "Stian
in Buslr.ess " Suuiiay school at 9:10 a.
m. Youn;; pi o,)lt.'s ru'jutinjj at C:30 p.
At the OUirisiUn: Krrviees a- 10 45
m. ntd 7:3i p m. cnntiur.k-ij by the
eVacgeiisl. O W. Stewart. Morning
subject. "Led bf the Spirit ;" venin(P.
Convtrsion." At 8 p m. at'dress to
men only on "Social Evils.1'
At Trinity c'. urch. Rev. R F. Sweet
rector tomotrow, the first Sunday in Ad
vent, Sunday pchool at 9:15 a.m; rn-uins
sermon and celebration at 10:45 a ro.
Even son? and seimon at 7:30.
At Trinity chape', Rkv. R. F. Sweet
rector, even song and Sundiy school at
z:o) p nr..
There is no doubt that "standing room
only" will greet the Irish Visitors at the
Burtis, Davtcpcrt. Sunday, Nov.
27. "Oar Irish Visitors" are welcome
visitors, and everywhere that popular
musiial comedy has been shown It has
been greeted with big houses. This year
it is better than eyer, having been en
tirely re-written and many new and
novel features introduced.
"Side Tracked," a bright and original
comedy drama, will be seen at Harper's
theatre Tuesday, Nov. 29. The story of
Side Tracked" is one that finds much
appreciation from the maj'ority of theatre-goers.
And the popularity of the
play is due to the author's successful
blending of pathos, comedy and realism.
One of the most effective scenes of "Side
Tracked" is a new railroad Ecene pre- i
senting the most strikingly natural and
funniest stage picture of th-i kind ever
Dr. Barnardo's Homes. A troop of
musical childrea from these homes
in EalaD 1 will appear in the Central
Presbyterian church on Thur-day and
Fridiy, December 1 aud 2. at 8 p. m..
and give what has been universally de
scribed as a rate and delightful eater'ain
nr;nt, piiccipall? coueis ing of han.-bell
rising on a mtgnifiotnt peal of 90 sil
ver toned bells. A band of y.iung High
land pipers and a varied selection of
ini-trumen'al music ou zylopiiouc, dulci
mer, mandolin, bule, etc. tic. In ad
dition to the musical programme
J imes 3. Wookey ( iepuUtion stcretary
to the homes) will tell the hietly iuler
estirg and thrilling story of child rescue
caru d on iu connection with Dr. Barn
The coaling engagement of tbstt bril
liant tragic Har, Walker Whitet-iJe. at
narper's theatre next Thursday even
ing, promises to be the society
event cf the season. Arrangements
have been raaJe to hive the tragedian
p ay Richelieu, a character if which ii is
st'd hia impcrsonatiun is great. The
specif 1 stae miaagtr sti'd arrive iu ad-
vaDce cf the company ani enmmerce
pr.'-par tioriB at. once.
In Oldea Times-
Pct.plc cvcrlooktd the itb-port&scc of per
jraoititly bei.tfi.-ial effcls and were sat
lsoiii wilh 'rs.r.snnt action, but now that
it is t;. neraliy known that Syruo f ' Figs
i'l permanent.-' cure habitual ori'tipa
tiou, well informed people will not buy
other laxatives, wbich act for a tin -, but
hnilly lrjure thesvstf-m.
Lord PalnierAton'a Answer.
While electioneering at Taunton Lord
ralnicrston was preatly troubled by a
butcher who wanted him to support a cer
tain radical policy. At the end of one of
las lordship's speeches the butcher called
out, "Lord r.-ilnierston, will you give nie a
plain answer to a plain qnestionf After a
Might pause Lord Palmerston replied.
will." 1 he butcher then aked, "Will vou
or will you not support this measure?" a
Lord Palmerston hesitated, and then.
with a twinkle iu his eye, replied, "I will"
I hen ho stopped. Immediately the rad
icals cheered tremendouslr. "Xot" con
tinued his lorsdship. Loud conservative
cheers. hen this ceased Ixrd Pahuer
ston finished his sentence "tell you." He
then immediately retired. London Stand
Rinps of Italian worknianshin Krft re
markably beautiful. Venice particularly
" lu lL1'3 ari. in rue lxmUesborough
collection is a lino specimen. The four
ciaws oi me outer rinj;, in open work, sup
port the settimr of a shnrnlr -
midal diamond, such as was then coveted
forwritini; ou ploss. The shank bears a
fanciful resemblance to a serpent swallow
ing a bird, of which only the claws con
necting the face remain in siht.
It was with a similar ring Rakish wrote
the. words on a window pane, "Fain would
I rise, but that T fi-.ur f ,it i.:u
Queen Klizabeth added, "If thy heart fail
..-r, uu uul rj.se as an. - au implied en
couragement which led him ou to fortun-.
Detroit Free Press.
Be If rra.it
Si-If traise is no recorempn.lnti.in k..,
' - fcUl
there are times when one must permit a
person to ten me trutn about himself.
When what he says is tup ported by the
testimony of others no reasonable man
win doubt Ins word. Now, to say that
Allcock's porous plasters are the oaly
genuine and reliable porous plasters
made is not self praise in the slightest
degree. They have 6tood the test for
over 30 years, and in proof of their
merits it is only necessary to call atten
tion to the cures tbey bave effected and
to the voluntary testimonials of those
who have used tbem.
Beware cf imitations and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation. Ak for
Allcock's, and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a eubati
advertised Uat No. 47.
List of letters an called for at the postoOae at
isiana, iu. ot. is, I8tl
Andreas Pallie Mrs
Bergren victor Jt
ChrtBtenftFn Har Mrs
Frank. C I.
Ofwnnell Frank t
G tiffin E at Mrs
Hardy L D
Tlflirrin A Rat
Jones Joan J
Jones, Emma Mrs
Lyons Alice Mrs
swrs u 8
Simon Katie Miss
Aadenoa Alma Mis
Howian Wills. Postmastec,
Captain of Police Phniip j". Barber of
Baltimore, Md., 6ays: Salyation Oil
has been us.d at our station the past
wiuier ior rncumatitm, neuralgia, pain
in the back, etc., and I have ytt to meet
with its equal . It is the best."
I am an old man and bave been a con
stant sufferer with catarrh for the last
ten years. I am entirely cured by the
use of Ely. s Cream Balm It is strange
that so simple a remedy will cure such a
ttubbcrn disease. Henry BiilingB, U. 8.
Pension Att'y, Washington, D. C.
For eight years I have suffered from
catarrh, which affected my eyes and hear
ing; have employed many physicians
without relief. I am now on my second
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, and feel con
fident of a complete cure Mary C.
Thompson, Cerro Gordo, 111.
S 1. 11. , . .
uigu vi ww, or nca or poor,
Nonowduld fool teeth or breath tadnn,
If they hut knew how sura and "swlf t
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