Newspaper Page Text
THE ATUiUS, 8 4TUi AY, NOVEMIiEli 1G, 1892.
Buy jourc'' c ii it.v CV u
Co'.littt'i'.H Is iiimi J nr'.-ri 1
Furs, far.j, iura ai L'oj.l
New goo It arti o j d iilv a:
A few bird wii'iTS t;n 1 tit;
!ifi at the
Furs of t'tiv Je. crii lioa t
L'.oj d &
The Unjest V.at- of r'deoaidj a'
Etd room s.-ts i.t a b r-jiin at O,
Any kind of a cake raaie to order at
Koell & Math's.
Whtn biijitg frth o-i tor, b;.y the
Black IUk b.-and.
M. II. Sr?..n ia Louia from trustor
on a few dj9' i-iit.
Mr. and Mr. C T. W.OA f Hura',
were ia tie ciiy todiy.
You ran fini just wh-t y.m want in
furs at Lloyd ii .S'ewrt s.
Hindq Mfrrs f r im f il hoiid .j gifts
at C -iii irD & S.tiz iik:;::'h.
'I tc be j.iiSt plice iu tli'.1 tri cin :
buy c "i 'a i in ft the CoiutnbU.
Thri! A No 1 p'nul ti)i niiieia
wanted h'. U. Iloppe's at o'.-ce.
Mukir yrur ;urcvafe ia toys while
prices sre io at W. Trt'r. & Co.
If on want tood rubber, hnd lined
footwear, go to the il . A. K.; they have
You will Gnd tl.e Urest aa 1 fir.es. line
of la.icy Ld plain rockers at O O.liack
Stardi's. F. J. Kinney has returned from Jines
tMp, V'ib., where he ipent To&ksgiyicg
at his old home.
Mr. C. A. Dy, of Chicaeo, spt-nt
Thanksgiving wi'h htr eon, John W.
Day, in Rock Island.
Dolls, toys and faticv aric'is at W.
Trefz & Cj , going at 50j oa the dollar
during the special sale.
r.tmii V V . i ! . i nnp Una ia n r r-i ' . t TV....
"mil, uui .nib tomuiu tic, 4 11:,1 . . . ... , , .
btlh tobe. nniot? jcet. bouse I Lbolo,r.ew will deliver the sermon in
gown9 L'oy I & S eari's ; the Eclish Knt;tii!ie.
If no other dealer has them you can ai
was fiad j is', what jou arc hf aini' tor
in the way of fiae shoes at tbe M & K
lUve you made your purchase of hoi;'- i
day goods jeif If nit, it w:Ii pay you t j
take ad vantage o the tleoriLCii sl at .
AV. Trefz & Co. I
Those who hhve 'r'.ed M. & K 's shoos !
will vouch for ti e Net that Uey cairr
dfcidetiiy tbe best p.tid bis' s'ccl tf
shoes in this yicini'y.
We Lave cirrmcnced miking hoiae
made catdi s. If you want some god
taffy, rr-'ain cindy sr carxm -'s stoo in to
Krel! &, 5ta ri's fresh every day.
The ex cut:v committee of tha R ck
Island County Farmers' I'li-tit'-.te mat at
the cr.urt hnufe today and decided to
hold th" r.txi institute at Milan on D c.
50 and 21.
Osing to the urif-iVDnble con liiion of
the weatner, the B.'ack llawK statu un
veil;n2 en monies to have been con
ducted in Spencer square last rdsht were
postponed until this evening.
W. P Quayle is again sole proprietor
of tbe Rock; Islander, J. K. Groom hay
ing retired for the purpose of engaging
in the ceneral commi-sion business with
T. C. Nutter in Moiine.
There is still no trace of tbe boras and
hugsy belonging to Dr. Wa'ztk of Dav
port, and s'olea in this city Thursday
night. Chief Miller, however, is sparing
d effirt to run the horse thief down.
Christian baptism was administered to
sevn young men- and women at the
Christian ct urch last night. Tomorrow,
at 3 p. m , Evange.ligt Stewart will ad
dress a meeting for men only cm "?ocial
A rolle prcsse was entered yetterday
ia tbe county court in the cises acainstlfaV inmm;it hoinfr .r.nn;nQ a ,
Tom Divis. Sim Webb Bnd oeorse j
Scbafer for Fell-n2 l quor to minors, and
also the cafe against A B. Johnson for
assault with a deidly weapon
The big shoe Bile at the M. & K last
week was tin illustration as to h- w
cheap shoes c m be pold as the M.
make a specialty of better goods. th' S"
desirous of securing the best should by
all means trade at the M. & K.
Lillian, infant daughter of A'jjutn
Burgirt and wife, died at its narents'
home. 2505 Tnir i avenu?, on Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The funeral was
held from the bereaved parents' home
yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
A jury was cmpinneled in the coun v
court yeFterday afternoon to try the case of
J. T. Kenworthy vs Adam A'day for
legal fees. Tbe defendant failed to pot
in an appearance and judgment for
$233 32 was accordingly retd.red against
A. W. Valentine, of th'a city, is kir.g
of rberker players in the tri-ciiirs.
At Moiine Tlianksuiving day be played
H. S. Wood five straight draws, and th'-n
won three straight, when Wood withdrew.
Valentine thereby retains tbe cbampioa
Fred Haddock, who is bnt 14 years of
age, carried off. the honors ia a pigeon
hoot at Cable on Thanksgiving. There
were 12 entries, each shooting seven
rounds of a double rise, and but
a balf-dozen birds were mi;d, abowirig
that there was not much w.Jd work by
to v one.
"I have been using Salvation Oil for
backache, stiffness in tbe neck, aud pain
in the side and found it an excellent
on re. I keep it constantly on hai J."
Ch. s. Haller. Union Hid. N. J.
The only Pure Crpam of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Use "f iUicu ; Home's . "-jars f! ct--a4axc'-
Aai;utjM Cotlesre Iiem. I
Trjf. a ia iMra. Peterson t re rejoicing
overthe rnval of a daughter thft-C'tn-:
t glaU-n tLe r betr a aoi I om : I :
Laht Monday evening Dr. Stolpe gv.e ,
a lecture oa the subv t "iong." Tiie
lecture ii i's-l? was b"gb'y interesting
and was renderel more so by the inter
aiersioa of instrumental and vocal
The BophmoriB have orgf.niz id a f oot
bill eleven. The membeia are J. A,
Bexell. C. Odiiaibuist, F. R. Barlholo
m?w, vice captain; W. E. Peterson, L.
Olstrom, J E. Westerlund, W. Grau, G.
A. E!:iot. V. T. Vvstling. L. Moody, S.
F. Tellen and V. A Olscn, captain.
The commercial department also have a
team, so there ara prosptcs of a chal
len .e. i;true as s on as tie weather per
That.k3t.ivia da y was d lly observed
by the suspension of a;l cUssTOPtn work
and proper tulicious ceretioniep. At
diuner all did j is:i:e o the turkey, as
c m be testified to by the respective hos.'s
m A hostesses.
The ladies of Z on ronsregf.tion served
dnn.r and -supper a, the ho:ne of R.v
S. P. A. L'cdibl Thar.kseivini day. In
tbe venira - tie young people had pos
ses on. an 1 a jolly time they made of it
a oe sure, ine bnair was a success
bath financially and socially.
Rev. Jcs person returne 1 from TexiS
The juniors rcniered 'he programme
in the A.lelphic society list evening. It
was well rendere t Oae nrticle in pa:
licuiar snowed that ne-r-y every society
or organization at college wts we'd rep
r?.ected ty juniors.
u;vine services in tae caarel neit
S inday eveniag at 7.30 o clock. Dr,
Next tii'tay evening Dr. Oisson will
l'-cture in (l;ero; ecr? chape! ( a the sub'
j et '-Sivonarcla " Th s is the first num-
tn-r f it.e Ly. cum
"ec'tire course. The
c 'ur.e coisis cf sLVcru
I. ou.1. ; i Aliraetiona.
To attrbctions t Loosky's cbiaa
s'ore atU'tdant upoa Lis fo'l opening
hive a-.tra j d many peoplj talty. snd
all were p ofuse in their expressions of
praise and iu m a".i; n of the plja-ar.t and
novel r. e'ho.l adopted by Mr. Loosley
t) thus ob'erva thU particular season in
his line. The store was darkeaed. thus
afford ng the electric lights orportuaity
to produce their own pretty fi;ct on th
bright wares w:rh which tbe store is
stocked. Reside the noted flarkrorm,
which Mr. Looslev has made s". popular,
there is an Oriental bo:tb, Eorgeously
arrayel acd in wbish Japanese and timi
lar good are artistically displ lyed, and
which was today the subject of much
Ail in all Mr. Loosley's opening at
tractions have this year exctlled his pre
The l.ule' Columbian t llb.
The Rock Island County Women's
Expofi'.ion clu1 met at the rooms cf the
Ci-izsns' Improvement associa ion at 10
o'clock this morning. Mrs. J. R Kimball,
president, being in the chair aa l Mrs. C.
C. Car'-r secretary. The ladies di'cuspe 1
at some length the best course to pursue
in reference to their work and also plans
to secure exhibits from the county at U e
what it canto further the latter. Tie
meeting adjmrned until 4 o clock o-.
Vr.mt.i nfipmnnn th.t hu;.
us a time most convenient for tt e te?h
e b in the schools to attend.
Tbe regular time for the mpeiinc; 1 as
beet fixed as every other Tuerd iy.
As to llugley.
Ju -ge Ro:broc.k, cf Cedar Rij ids. who
si's on the bench of the euprcme co rt of
Iowa, has intereste i b'mself in Express
Mef-senger Paglej's behalf and is making
an ff irt to makebis ptinishmrct ss llth'
as possible. He has known Batley for
yeirs and cannot believe that he wou d
have attempted such a thing unlas tem
porarily innane. The judge was in Dav
enport vesterdiy in the interests of the
prisoner. 1 aziey w 11 probably be ar
raigned and plead on Monday.
W100 Reward S10O
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn tbat there is at least one
drebdod disease tbat Bcience b is bern
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
catarrh. Hall's Catarru Cure is tbe only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, require a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tbe system
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, acd giving the patient s rength
by building up tbe constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work Tbe
proprietors have bo mucb faith in its cur
ative powers, that they Her One Hun
fired Dollars tor anv case tbat it fails to
cure S--nd for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O
Hold v d-u pints. 75c
Columbian Club Attention!
Th Ui-ck Islai d Oi.nnty Womsn's Co
'u nhran .! ib mrts Ht the rooms of it:
C !'7.-ni' Iji-r.ri menr. 8"uo..iati n at 4
o'e.l :R ifi Mm,ijay "if'rnoon.
M. V. Carter,
;ur!i3 Opera House,
NOV. 26th and 27th.
8 h Yi ar S.-tt. r thn Ever 8 h Yo-r.
The Fnvnien and best of All Mn-fcal c :mcoie.,-
IbtPrpn ted bribe bM c.ir,; a: t of ca nrdians
in exlm nc ', iin ladin
SAM J. RYAN and LOTTIE GiLSON
n! a pre; t ct . (Ti Little MaO
Fct-. F- st .v-d F-.rio..--;
Prett Gii-'-; O.-ain-xl or
iinq Mu-i-; Cbir'id!i2 S,-.:
"Cia'lta! C-j tu;n '
' K. k
.'.:( Hi von
Trio?.. St MM an.I Jv : .it. rn naie t
ilnufe; I.adua bi'tt sett iu t le h uso Mc
arpef s Theatre,
J. E. Montrose. Man- ce-.
ONE Mflm CM.V,
Tuesday Evening, Ncv. 29.
Caic igo's Howling Succef-s ;bt;
Funniest !!iot on Earth.
Marvclons;eohniral KIT. ct I
ElutKirate Staire Mtl a?:
I n q 11 lied ieciitios!
ToVtivily tbe fnt nlc!-! Rtilrcad rccne ever
ais i n !e Sat-.raar, N.ir. ea h. Trie -C3
5? ana T.i coct-i.
portis Opera Hooss,
U A YEN FORT.
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30th
Y. iTa'. n tarn or ttc CoIof?". f'oscdy
r.ln:ratat by Gn Kp7", rsfmater of r.ia
lect mi-fly, and i.itt A hlit' r.prrl
company, mrlnding tbe rar-ramwi
A Car Load of Special Scei.ery !
CTbe Breai-ttjt of thp Ix c Jml
Tbe 1 nmbtri'&mD ia Winu-T
Tbe Railway Malum I
Priccf $1.60, 75, 61. and 25 ecntu: ffat iale
Tnes 'ay. Not 2S, at Th .mas' drngi-tore and at
Fluke's, Telepbrce Ko. SO;
The Children of tne Slum
Central Presbyterian Church
Hur.-d-i? sud Friday. Dtc.
at 8 p. tn.
1 suit 2
Tick' S! rrd 3 nn! n v b (btalr.ed at the
Harper lio .ss 1'haima'y.
A Ea-d rf Poy Fipsrs
In f jT hihlmd cejtnm-!. Th orphan ha"d beil
ringers with their icapnifl'-ent ptai of 90
ilven d-Um d bells.
Selection 03 bng e, do'cirrcT, tjIo poonto, m tn'
Mr. James B. Wookey,
Pepntition s cretary rf UarnariioV II rnt?, will
te'.l lh- ttar Hns and tliri Vm Ftory of wnrk for
Gd amonir tti- children of the crimintl Mcic-ns
and circM poor.
A eollert'on will be ta' n in aid of Dr.Ttxriiardo-is
ridmn, tinw maintaining over 4,5 0 des
titi.trt i rphm or rrij.p ed chil 'reT
0 ar Irisli Visitors
NOVEMBER SALES at the
w.w.f .w..uv wU.wif mult uoua iu opum oaici, uui we die. preparea 10 oner some extraordi
nary inducements. Better give our patrons the benefit of these bargains early than late. The sooner you
have an opportunity to get these benefits the sooner we are benefitted. We have
2 00, 3.56. 5.05, 6.50, 8.90,
tbat are positively the best values you bave ever seen,
for he price are to be found elsewhere in this vicinity.
11.50, 2.50, 3 90, 4 ,
Pretty PaUerng; stilish make. Warm, neat, serviceable and po-d enough
for any child, and equal to those other dealers would charge one-third more
A f hd ly price but not eboddy goods
the thing for echo 1 wear.
. g-Wecan do busmiss with you because we carry just such qualities as you
ant. We do not pretend to eive goods away, but efn sell koods cheap and
e do. Tbe dollar ou tpend with us toes farther, gets more style, quality, quan
tity and durability, than any money you expend.
One Price Clothiers and Shoers. Best Equipped
iV.iirilHir.Si. J:4.-Srt tare:
THE HIV3a3IDB 0AX
v. i'! kt rn
x i l ro
' lirr'O :( h
wo.de rf u
reel N.d ;
f i. V '
: o d ! v
New styles oi
D. HOY BOWLBTS.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
lwaj- on han1 the fine-t hraeds of domestic
Hnd iropor-.-d citari" Ari bianilK of toh.cco.
The score of a:l ine hall games will beiceived
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
lbOS Second A venae.
No tuch qualities
-they are good wearers and just
We ask your inspection of
our line of ladies' fur
CAPES; we show a
good assortment at pri
ces that close buyers
will appreciate, we be
gin them at
for a very fair article
Oysters in Shell, Oysters in Can,
Oysters in Bulk, Clams in Shell, Fresh Lobster.
Game Venison, Wild Ducks, Bear and Quail.
C5Frtsh Fish of ail Uicd.. choice turicys, ducks and ge-se in ab-.n 1
H. Treman & Sons,
Al. telephone orders promptly flllfd. I Telephone lit3. I 17o.i T: i -. v.-
A "p V
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wasoos always on th road. Parties de-siroi.s
Laving them etop at iheir
same ai our pienuses.
First-class Hotel and Restauran Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
JSfGood riooms by day or night.
UXDSRHILL & GLAS?, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXOjX.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1708 Second Avenue.
frf crMaoIol c-1nr
$3.48. 7.f0, 9.50, 13.50, and 15 00,
that will command the reppect, the confidence, the pood will and the r
tronage of tbope who will take pains to call and see them just such po.'dn
as you want and just euch qualities as we can sell with confidence.
58c, 98c, $1;50, $2 38, $2.95.
Better than it has ever before been our pood fortune to ell nt tin sj
prices cannot help but pleats you call and see them.
I5c, 3Sc, 4Sc. 7Pc, 98c,
As good as the best values 'bat ran be had ndprhaps a little better.
You cin save money by buying Furnishing; GjoJs from us n. qaeti -n
Clothing and Shoe House
Large variety of Nfnffj,
for this week v, cLVr
line of Ladits' bla k B
i'ui muuy oi mese je.ft, bi
a - t r . i .
nave luem at iiyc.
CLOAKS Wil muke sum.
rricce rn cloaks thh i
dies, !.ii3' s acd C LI d
CLOAKiXGS We Lave j r-
s..ie u hi l-'S'.pie lirie
i;.' laid niiiture: 1 ,
'WttT7JLf1 ".V. 'T.-
residences, will please notily i'r.t
DoRTJE & ANDERSON.
i i rr i-
in Rock Island County.