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THE AHGUS, TUESDAY, K QVEMHEK 29, 1892.
Tree Blue Fiidsy n'ght.
"Side Tracked" t tne theatre tonight.
Fancy bottle goods at Souder &
Troe I!lue at Hirper's theatre Friday
Any kind of a cake made to order at
KmU & Math's.
' Xrery tiing in the fancy grocery, line
at Souder & Hon. - s
James McConnsll, of Bowlinp, was
in the city today.
When buying 'resh ojsters, buy the
Black Hawk brand.
Nice hubWJ squash and Spanish
nions at Souder s Son.
Road M. & K.'a ad. first p?e, special
mdjoements in overcoats.
Jnst received a One line of overcoatings
and suitings, J. T. DiXn.
J. T. Dixon his rcceiyed a new line of
ercoatirgs and suitmzs.
Call and see J T. Dlxin's new line o!
overcoatings and eaiiings.
Three A No 1 paUloon makers
wanted a' F. (J. H.ippc's at once.
True EIi:c wi 1 te repeated at liar
per's the t:c on FncUy evening.
C. II. Bettrand. of Applctnn. Wis., i:
in the city on a short visit to friends.
Go to Harp r's theatre to tight aid
see the train of cars in "Side Tracked
If you are coV.eropUting a new suit or
a new overcoat, c&'l and see J. T. L x c s
George M. Ljosley. tbe crockery mer
chant, ia out with a nest and tasty new
Fl ice your ord-ir with Souder & Son
for your fancy groceries. They nave
Richard Mi'.is. of Minnesota, was in the
city attending the funeral of his brother,
t: late Jitnes Mills.
Nothing to ompre with them any
wi ere tne ovtrciits M. & K. place on
Sile this . m. at f 13 90.
Pocaiiontts Council No. 5 are request
ed to meet at treir hall Wednesday even
N "V. 3D Bj order of secretary.
Too mu:h ceniot be said in praise of
Tf i.feir Whiteside ibe tragedian, wbo
wiil be nt HrpT's theatre Thursday
It will pay you t see the overcoats M.
& K piif-e on Sale Uii morning at
tl2.80. Thej ar ilia $16.50 to f 10.50
We bave commenced making home
made candies. If you want some god
taffy, ere nil candy arciramils stop in to
Krell & Math's fresh every diy.
The people of Rock Island appreciate a
zood actor and Thursday nigtit we ex
pect to see Harper's thea re crowded. If
you have not a. cured your seats da so at
This morniof; tbe M. & K. will pi ice on
ta?e a tine and large line of overcoats at
flJ.UJ not a coat in tbe entire lot but
what has be.n s-I!'P2 from 16 50 to
Several sljighia piriie3 were out last
sight eaj )yit)4 its beiuuful. Toere is
sow a good foundiion and a little more
snow would make it a 9 fiae as couli be
There will be a union prayer meetins
ef all tbe churches at the First M.
church at 7:30 o'clock cn Wednesday
evjnin. conducted by Rev. F. W. Mer
rcil. At tbe conclusion a' branch of the
Evangelical Alliance will be organized.
A bay clt belonging to L. Q. Eddy
and attached to a cart broke awy from a
p st to which it was tied on Sixteenth
street this morning and took a lively run
out U Mr. Eddy's residence oa Seventh
avenue. Tne cart wps but slightly dam
aged. Tbe only change mile in the new
time card that went into effect on the
U..B.& Q on Sunday was in the Sterling
local freight, which has been annulled,
and the BesrJstowo accommodation now
leaves at 3 o'clock, instead of 2:58 as
Tbe circle of King's Daughters will hold
a Bale of fancy articles at the rtsidercs of
Mrs. James Buford on Friday afternoon
from 2 until 6 o'clock. A good oppor
tunity to select something dainty and
novel in Christmas presents be sure
The revival meeting; at the Christian
church continue with increasing interest.
Evangelist Stewart has announced a
chart sermon tonight on "Tne GreU
Conmitsion. Several perasns have
male good use of the "question box,"
which i open to all whi mar have ques
tions they wisl answered. Tne question
to be answered this eyeniog ia, "Can One
he a Christian and not belong to any
The Kelt Kinrers' Coacert Cnder the
Auspice of the Lecture A tsociatien
The entertainment given bj the Shipp
Bell lingers and Miss Eva B. Micey,
uider tbe auspices of the Rock Island
L?cture association at Harpor't theatre
list evening called oat a larg e and ap
preciative audience. The programme
embraced 11 numbers, including the
marvelous performances of the four
Shipp brothers on the land bells,
"Glen March," "Imitations of English
Cathedral .Chimes,"' 'Medley of Popular
Airs" and "Full Ranks" with a response
to an encore in each. In addition to
tbe bell ringing feature which was thort
o jghly appreciated. Messrs. Barry and
Charles W. Shipp rendered three num
bers, inclading a duet with ban rine and
aad bar J) and zither. M ss Macey's
r:adints wire highly entertai ling, "The
Biat Race" and ' Class Recital" being
particularly fine illustrations of her
To-cig'ut at Harper's theater will be
presented the new railway corcedy-draiaa,
"Side Tracked," said to be one of the
most realistic and best productions of its
class on the rsad. The Chicago Herald
says of it:
"Side Tracked" is the title of one of
tbe latest railway p'ays, which was pro
duced at tbe People's theatre yesterday
for the first time here. It is c nite strong
in places, and is more than commonly
e'ever in its comedy, which is natnral
and breezy. Its story relates th numer
ous amusing and exciting adventures of
a tramp tbe leading role, which is well
played by Jule Walters, and the c impany
supporting the star is a capable one. A
fully equipped train of cars is one of the
mechanical feaf. res, which it well pre
So much interest is being manifested in
the coming engaeeaitnt of Walker White
side at Iltrper's theatre thf.t its social
and financial success is already assured.
Mr. Whiteside wi.l distinguish his en
gagement in this city with K cbelieu, in
which he appeared at th2 opening of the
Grand Opera house in Chicagc, Nov. IT,
1J84, and was pronounced by press and
public a most original .nd artistic actcr.
It was a performance of intelligence, and
w s sufficient to lift Mr. Wsiteside into
a conspicuous place above many of his
seniors. Nsw, no less than then, is the
perfo-mance a most remarkable oae, and
the audience as irriatistibly affected by its
intensity as was that one assembled in
13S4, when Mr. Whiteside sprung, as it
were, as a mere boy into a dominant
position in the tragic art.
Other Cemlog Attract loan.
Manager Kindt has a fine list of attrac
tions booked for the B-irtis for the com
ing week, for all of which seats may be
purchased at Thomas' drug store. The
entertainments are all first class and here
t'aey are: "Yon Yonson" tomorrow
n:gbt, the return of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Drew ia their double bill, "In Honor
Bound" and "A Scrap of Paper" on
Thursday evening: Daniel Frohmhn's
companv in "The Charitv Ball'" Satur
day evening, and James T. Powers in "A
Bad Bargain Sanday and Monday.
100 Esward S100-
Tbe readers of this paper will ba
pleased to learn that there is at least one
i rended disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
eatairh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, require a constitutional treat
neat. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon tbe blood
and mucous surfaces of tbe system,
thereby destroying tbe foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength
fcy building up tbe constitution and as
sisting nature ia doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faitb in its cur
ative powers, that they offer One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it fails to
sure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
0 ild by druggists, 75c.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
ONE MGHT ONLY,
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 29.
Chicago's Howling Success the
Funniest Show on Earth.
MarrelonsJVerhnnical Effect t
Elaborate Staire cltig !
fi"!0'1' ,he '"""left Riilroad scene ever
n" ".,e batlriJy. ov. 28 h. PricTr-5.
The l-armer Institute.
At the meeting of the executive com
mittee of tbe R ck Island Coun y Farm
ers' Institute heid at the court house on
Saturday considerable business pertain
ing to tbe next meeting was transacted.
The committee is composed of W. L.
McCullough. Eh Corbin, A. F. Hollister,
Joseph Fi'tpatrick and Lou'.s Jains.
As stated on Saturday the next insti
tute will be held at Milan on Dec. 21 and
22. The following committers haye
been selected and will bave the affair in
hand; on arrangements: Dr. J. W.
Matthews. S W. Heath, R. V. Olmsted,
and J. H. Gilmore; music, Joseph
Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Gould, W. ' L.
Heath, Miss Gertie Bradley, Mrs.
F. S Hunter. M. T. Juhnson and Hadley
Peterson; entertainment, Capt. L. L
Wheeler. Dr. G. A. Wiggin. F. H. Harris,
G. R. Saydor, J. C. Johnson, Alex
Owens, H. S. Dibbern, Howard McCul
lougK Mrs. Fisher. M. T. Johoson. J.
H. Vanderslide and J. R. Mcllichael.
Matthew Bemley's Fate.
Matthew Rt mley, tbe victim of yester
day morning's terrible kerosene explo
sion, is still alive but the chances are
that he cannot recover, although it is
baiely possible that be may. That he
should have survived tbe shock is a great
hurpriso to tbe attending physicians.
fully two-thirds of the surface of his
bdy having been burned. Inflamma
tion of the stomach has now set in and
from this the doctors fear a fatal termin
"I bave been using Salvation Oil for a
lame back, and think it is tie best
remedy I bave ever used. C. E. E urling,
15 Central ave Ltn", Mass."
Durtis Opera House,
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30th
Rij-a'. return of the Co'.otsal Comedy
Illnrtratet by Gar Kef p, ratmatter of dia
lect Ccmedj, and Lift to David1 enperb
company, including the Far Famed
A Car Load of Special SeeLery !
CThe Brrakirg of the Lr.g Jam!
The LnmberCamD in Winter!
The Railway Station !
Prices J1.00, 75, 50. and 25 cent; rcat nale
TriAartav Oo trw i j . .
Pinto's Tlanhpna MI
Burtis Opera House,
JUST ONE NIGHT,
THURSDAY, DEC 1st.
Mr, and Mrs.
"The Grca es Comedy Stars In America."
(upported by an exce'lent company,
"In Honor Bound,"
"A Scrap of Paper."
Pnres Jt 00, 75, 50 and 15 cents; upatj on sale
at Flnke'i Bookstore Tuesday morn teg, Not. 29,
Burtis Opera House,
SUNDAY MATINEE and EVENIN
MONDAY EVE. DEC. 5. -
Engfcgtmcnt x'raordinary. Taat Irl
llant (judi; c lUitTiedian,
JAMtS T- POWERS,
f upported ty 1he brt frncal comedv company
in nutriiLa, in "ntj.aiij ana m.icneirP
roaring farce enccrs
A MAD BARGAIN,
Together with the most bnlltint dancer
on the American stage,
In a cost dsricsr, oricicul and unique
conception, bpiciw scenery and com
Prices, fl CO. 75, 50 and 25. Ladies
matijee, urice 50c, best seats.
Sale at Fluke's.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep firp t.11 p git i'h sift coal;
will not M8 or 'fee; hfivy s'tel bodv;
large asb i an (VI nr.d ts itnine this
woodeifu! SU V-; :0 d y
A word about our Plush
We aie Bole agents for Plush
Cloaks, made from the
wonderful Sealettk plneh.
Skalettb has an especially fine
substantial pile, more
nearly resembling seal skin
than any other material
tvr offtreJ. In beauty
and strength of texture
Sealette has ro superior, if
an equal. With every
Sea'ette garment sold we
give a written guarantee
thit it will wear well.
Read the Guarantee:
IT'S. r .
mis is 10 certify that Vr
has this day purchase t sa
ette plush garment. The 6Ucc-1
u otuievea aurin" ,
years prompts the manufMtu
hereby author th u.rcr.
tiflicate t-nhir.: .u'"0B.0' tb
burse any purchaser of s ,.,!, 0
ments. if said garment (w!'t;Ue
service, give a rehsonable
satisfaction. 6 aiEo2a1;I
wuttcn guarantets. We dc:
Monday, Nov. 28,
and Monday only, We flff
belated rr7,is?o-rn.ti. ,i , '.
sold go back Monday m.
New styles ot
D. ROY BOWLBT'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base EaU Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the flnept brands or don-estic
And imported cigars. All brand of tobacco.
Tbe acore of all ;ne ball games will be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenne.
S-Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. 1 Telephone No. 1103. 17()0 Third Art
WE ARE ALWAYS ITT IT WITiT
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
t..i; . .
jeutery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous t
having them stop at their residences, will please notify & I
same at our piemises.
MUNBOE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square, ii
back of Thomas' drugstore. V
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION, i
t"Qood Rooms by day or nighL
UNDERHILL & QLAS3, Proprietors
J; T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
mo ats i
Which we have heretofore sold from $16.50 to $19.50 we shall place on sale this morning at
This lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being somewhat broken, is positively the best val
ues ever offered this season nothing to compare with them anywherenot a coat in the outfit but
what is worth and has been selling at $1650 and some of them are good value at $19.50, take your
pick at $12.90; First come, first served. They'll be a pleasing surprise; it's a splendid opportunity;
don't miss it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock Island County, 1729 2d ave., 116 to 122 19th st.
The only Pure Creatn rf Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Usee! ' Millie: .- v '-Tome0 'rp- r '"n'lard-.