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Cbilii' chau 22c i '.he (Jilusi!ii i. ,
Piacoj at till a iiio:ith at Woojju'.
P h.j it a. $.0 a montti at WoodjaitV
Tian Ht f 10 a montft at Wocd.aU'g.
Pnrtt at 10 a mmfi at Woman's
Hot Tom and Jeny at tbe Uoioo Ho a
tonight. riJ diftbei from 5c per set up at the
Colu mbi .
CblnV . B. C. pin tea 5c at the
The famous Wheelock & Ea'ej pianos
at WoonjaU a.
The famoua Whejlock i-stey piano
This in tbi latt dT of the shirt sale at
Clemann & Sa'xuhQn have a new line
of side boatdi.
A nice line of china and biek novelties
at the C-lumhia
The mMchles Witn-r & Decker Bros.
piano ai Woody-.
The matchless Weber & Decker Bros
pianos l Woi"ija't'B.
Cm! and roe 'tie ocr line of tables at
Clerr.am & Si z Mnn'i.
. Free lunch ami oysur soup at the
Uuiu-j II .use tunigDt.
Far mull- ho 1 capes, in all styles, at
Btaiiiln p ivr store.
Have you si en those nice storm collar
at Bennett s glove store.
Two rooms to reLt, over David Don
tore, 1617 1'uirJ avenue.
Three uico upright pianos, as good i
new, cb( t.D at WooJyat .'s.
1 he fin. si 1'Le of Indies' dt hks in the
Cityat (;.() HuckslaeJlV
JCvurji.o.iy trades at Q. O. Cues
ataciii r, Why don't ycuf
Icr c LKo upright pianos, as good ls
new, i !n.a; at Wonoyati s.
Tone nice upright jiisn is, as good
new, i;U-up at Wookyatl's.
kimls of gloves suitable of Christ'
mat it 1'enuou'o glove wre.
t .cauq'.iiriir.t For us fui Uhnstmai
R'V :U at Ck-umnn & Slzai inn's.
A larc line of rockers at ast iuishing
i ;ric.s at U. O liucksttiedis.
ruruitne'j and un'urnit,tii-j rooms fo
p i.t, enquire at 1717 it-ond avenue
u.aij a. Aleck 9 adv. on seventh
re and see the bargains he ja off., ring
Don i f. Tjjet Hie 55 :Hue bo.ik of picture
Kaaooi lor Utile ones .;t ihu Co umbia
a i - .
4J cicKn; line or aide boards just
open .-a up ior uum.mas at U. O. Uuck
The sale of rmt-rred seals for Bid Nvt
takes place al the Y.M C.A. at 7:30 a. m
uon t ! to red the bargains C. A
Meet in i.Ht rinj; ud the seventh pago of
vuj uecriririan v ut uickman is con
flat-u in at h uie with nn attarfe
Something extra in ladies' and eentle
men's dr-s gloves, suitable for Christ
mas, at li. unett s.
Oeore Wagner's Atlantic brewery
out wun its annual comolinv-nts in the
way of a Columoia calendar for 1893
Tho Rk Inland bridge will probably
ie closed Monday for the putting in of
the new rj ors, but it is not yet defiur.tl
ai '-erm.m j
A granrl oo,o lunch nil t.e srrv.l h
Fermosn i Grw -The Vopqui o -ai
his pit' e on Thiid venue, '.onini. Come
and eiii y the feaHt.
From n w until Jan 1st C. A. Metk
will pay car fare or ferri ge to his pat
rons from hi plac of business, 32i
JJridy Hr et. D .verp rt.
Th A ROUS appears tonight in eu
largfd f rrn for the accommodation of
holiday kr'vjr'ilac, and will be issued in
the 7-roluojti a t until after the holiday
Tho Lilies' Columoia club will meet
Tuesday afttrno n at 4 o'clock t the
rooms of the R ek Inland Cmzeos' Im
provement association All interested in
the work are invi:ed to attend.
M anager W. C. Albright, of the Postal
Telegraph company, t- gether wuh bis
wife, is in Chicaco on a short visit, Agent
8Un JdtK-rry, of the Adama Expresa cum
piiny, handling the key during his ab
sence. &ooons are always appropriate and
useful presents and Will R. Johnson
always leads in the novelties in this line
Be is constantly adding and presents an
array that is unequaied anywhere in ihU
Young men are cordially invite 1 to the
young men's meeting at ihe Y. M. C A.
at 8.80 p. m tomorrow H.A Weld will
apeak upon the topic, "A Q i stion That
Confronts Everyone." Mu-ic by an or
ckeslra; alto a solo by Prof Stark, of Mo
Fred Appelqulst went rabbit hunting
yesterday and met with such success that
be proposes to give his fiienda a treat
Monday m jrning in the way or a rabbit
Inncb, "to be served at bis exchange on
Third avenue and Seventeenth street.
He will be filad to see all his friends.
Silence is golden and so are the opDor
cwmities for securing sol id gold, filled
and snt watches at Will R Johnson's.
Hia sto k is complete and the assortment
to select from is thv 'finest in the three
cities. Never beforebas be presented
sack an elaborate disptj which is well
worth a visit to see . I
The funeral of the lake Michael Bren-
en, which was held from St JoaeDh's
tchurch yes erday momiBg at 9 o'clock.
ras well attended, he services beinscon-
looted by Rev. Father Mackin. The
lfoilowiug gentlemen were pall-hearers:
lohn A. Murrin, Stephen O Connor,
lohn Naven, James Camobell. John
ins worth and Aid. Cbarles Evans.
Davidson will on Monday make a new
mure in trie restaurant bosinaea
that day he will serve a 15 cent
and make a specially of short or-
A nne bill ot rare including came.
will be on hand and persons can
border just what they want and pay
bj wnaijniy cel. uive the new
ar hAuse a trial.
Ytobinson, who was passing
lune no Lis way to Denver on
,ij;ni nvc fa - itiatJeily insane
i.'ougnl down here to the county
1 Mnlinn in nushinB
n. el of Jac rtvill" '"d r-
if sin; ke. I' up 1 i'
U m ho h ' ''!
lift in c.
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, i - wssawaawsawswaMaSMaiswasaBasaaiaMsasssmsaBSBsasssBamswaaMsaBsasawa
that p opi. gO
hrnugn the ci'y on
There is nothins tint
l rrnr. Rili'Ahtf f ' tT a
iiian some ancle of '
tin ai nre ialed and t "
can I found in
bsrrt n the
:t a ;
I M't Oil-pa.-tl..;"
DREAMS SCIENTIFICALLY EXPLAINED,
f' bettPr or
rv. I' ' '-'
h, r elect in
TM'J bag ed
th.. prutty spit
Iui fainter Vr
. .t UT.1I
I j:....t ..I fir.e l.-we l J ' .
t . .hii'lrtr to 'D ' "
, - f el
tns rrces too. make o... .
ho . e. Call and ljok over k "toes.
t,.. 4 -n.,ut and B. ""er P'J1 in
. .A I rr rAi.blta if 1,18
of Orion. Utnry county
92 in all. and witnessed
ucle of ploughing t"
t 1,,. t., V! T
.hrimnr..,eo him so ir.uch a- the turn -
intr under of the sno and m up
of ih soil. It look.d like a trans
,wm..t,.n nf o. riMolare wif-'i" ue 10 a
ApM .i13 f,.r the se d in " ': ngtime
Carry the new to Mr-V'
And, pray, he t"' t',''' fl''s'
Vorsheisi f iftdeclin n;
n,l -.r,.lv 't.m ' wong-
not to toll her of Dr. Pierce'- r'. ' r e frecrip-
W rn n-iint Marv to kinw, :n one WT or
other, that this world-fa - ed rei ie l- lll Car- h
beyond a doubt. It's just the r. i. -) Tor young
-n. ..,lwwl ..,! thi.n-aiids r.Jf it ' "'''eel over
that perilons sea.
Fr m everv state, from (f"T . .t.ftmnearl
every neiphborhoo 1 n f.il broad !ar. I, ccnes the
eratef ul acknowlea'eim nt cf wmii h 8 rione and
i. i,.ino inrnnr l,niiiit.Ti Tlif ni.l) medicine for
the painful and ditrein? irr. i: t arilKs snd
weaknexbes of w.imati. m id with ti i-Uivet;nar-
nt. to i!vMtUr.-:t :n in iv.rv m-c.ot moiie
elamleil. n o het word, i ' :
1 ' wwv
The licttspr of 1'
Captain liilly Di vtin, .f
Staliou. tells this urn-: "1
flout on the riv.'r nl t!:c
street. A ctrtniii wcal.ity
often come lciw 11 iind it-k im
shooting, snlmon liMiii:?. 1
and other things p. r; aitiit' ; t
reel. Now 1 knew nik'ii'y :
subject, but vntiUl try t
about it and wwer hi.n
great wisdom end in! it;:'.'
emit rrsTve fund of
which I wotiM t::;i
only. My fr'--..,
huniint; ncd ; '.. :
crntifv his l.f.l
j;re;.t ri-ri:i ; . . e iti i., " . .
day I i . !. i -n t i.t-.-came
luit k. ili- iiu;m n..w
ovei u l i Vi'cd t.y my is.i.f-e .
"()a.- d ..v ! v.h Mt;.iii. ''
iut? for eiiu ! . My frii-i.d
inquired H.- t v. :.. . f ; !.t
ducks on the r.iii i . '
happened tliiit lucre w re. ttt.
" 'A:v you j.vt: '.n-; any ' e ' :
"I was not pnyinc r;iU' h
him. and beside I didn't kim
a rock qtinrry. S ) I said, s.
minded: 'Oh. trecwhitaki r,
lots of 'em. llaulinp il en;
pull. I've pot a bis ttie-s air
" 'Whnt, you're cati itiug r
and line?' s..: 1 he.
'"Yes, they're biting fa-t trmaj
see snch a il;iy for teal." I wen: .!.
rue, at:d I haven't seen liim lit:
know teal was anything like a iiv
of imagined it was a kind of li.
villp Commerc ial.
;)ie life sarin
u -t i to tend a
to .it of Third
i in wonld
t; rod and
.: very wise
a slow of
1 had a
:' .'orn alion
. ted Willi
tin ..ns io
t to )ia e
ri'QV Are Menial Vibrat ton Canned by
Ii liett,lin. Tain, IVvsr and oIm.
Wjat the actual scieiiti.' c view of drim-
ing now is may be inferred from a lecture
delivered on t!:e suH"cf at ihe Hoyal insti
tution by !;. li. . Ku:l nriisoti. In the
poei svicw i'P'ir;' are visitors from the
Tory Kate, or, as iSL.-.kcspjare calls them,
cbildr .ii of an idle beaii ;" but science is
more prosaic, and teaches -hat dreams may
be, cftiT all, "nothing mof than the com
mon vibrations of terrest .al media acting
upon n corporeal vibrat.rium," like the
jound heard on a wire in ension long after
it h;s been struck by the musician.
All musical -instrumeits dream," says
Dr. Richardson, "after Wi cease to play on
them," and if we bring th ) microphone into
nse we can bear the dream. This is as
near poetry as science will permit us to ap
proach in explaining the phenomena of
thought going on during- sleep, for the ac
complished lecturer "proceeded to inform
his audience that dreams are all explain
able on physical grounds there is no mys
tery about them save t iat w hich springs
from blindness to facts.''
After dividing dreams into subjective
and objective, and mixtures of both, he
went on to class among the first species
dreams produced by in ligeslion, pain or
fever, while objective dreams are those
Started by noises or other events going on
out aide the sleeper. Th s is a fair sample
of the ruthless way in which science dis
poses of "superstition." Against the im
aginative view of the significance of
dreams men of science protest, and will
probably continue to protest as long as
there are any men of science left.
Perhaps the most pra tical lesson taught
at the Royal institution lecture was one
which may assist us to know which of our
dr ams are signs that something is wrong
wiih our bodily organizat ion. As a rule,
sai 1 the lecturer, it is letter not to dream
at all. Dreamle.ssn-.-ss s usually a sign of
all round health. A hild's dreams are
invariably .sins of di: turned health and
sh. uld lie regarded with anxiety. For
jHiinlts it isagood t hi ig to know that we
i nnty be sure that our In lins are being over
i str lined when our nig itly dreams relat3
to events of the day, and if we act ually
set rn id sleep to be coitinuing our daily
wen-k, t li is is a dan-'ei signal which must
ne .er !e disregarded.
hen we feel weari 'd in the morning
Ve y likely it. results f i oin dreams that we
ha e forgoiton, and then the best tiling to
do is to take ixercise. Without coming to
at: decided opinion as to the sii i na: ural
on linings attributed lo dreams wc can ut
le. st profit by these prictical hints. Con-
A rhlloftopher's Habit.
A biographer of Kant tells us of one or
iwo peculiar habits of the philosopher
which may give a useful hint to young
men who, like him, have set themselves to
accomplish a certain work in the wrtrld.
From the day be begtin to write until
his death sixty years later he kept the
first two boursoi me morning ira num
interruption, even eating bis breakfast
alnnn. No matter what the emergency,
his .family or servants dared not disturb
him in these two hours of meditation, dur-
ing which he prepared his mind for the (
day's work. I
The rest of the morning until 1 o'clock j
was given to this work. No one was al
lowed to introduce another subject to his
attention. At 2 o'clock he dined, always
with invited guests, usually those who
were interested in different pursuits from
hisow n. Philosophy was never mentioned
during the meal. Kant's effort was to rest
and amuse his mind by contact with as (
many diverse intellect ana cnaractere as
At night, when ready to ret ire, he re- (
maincd for half an hourv perfectly quiet,
alone and without a look as far as possi- j
ble, he said, without a thought in order
to calm his brain for sleep.
Few of the thinking men of the present
day wonld mbject their brains to any such (
steady, unchanging discipline fof fifty
years. Indeed only Kant did fd in hisown j
day. Even ear d'.-opost students are too
busy, too hurried, .or t'.o most thorough
mental dis-cirUine-. Thosajh iliey write
philosophy, they nre t '-i a:t to agree t lint .
it shall be ready for ;'u nexi issue of some j
review in a crisp, sparkling paper.
Kant's greet philosophical work was
said to have changed the currents of
thought in Km-ope almost as powerXnlly as
did the revolution. Vo.it'.i's Companion.
lion r T.wi, l !e !? : ;ieit.
. !i".ise::!ii lin n- is a "coii
di ie u. til's." urd tiiey are
ike "oil pail. ling" outside as
.mix..- great segments of pie
aid of cither knife or fork, it
r-ss of h:
M ii hotlt t In
fact that ought lose. tie
Lion of etiquette, how a
pie. New York Tribune.
the vexed ques
lady should eat
lu- 'ittion to
vv i teal from
rt of ahsi-nt-i
i at fvry
':r i e .
li wtlll a pole
ii.- h it.
a. I son
A (ll;ulltir Sfwini; ,vi;,rhinr.
The giant i f tri.'tnt - and ; .tat, of titans,
as far as si wing i:..ici.iin are e.ncerned.
has lieen finished at Leed. !.:iand. It
weighs exactly 6'4 tons an "; t specially
adapted for i-i in r.il maim! n 1 1
poses of the heavier son . Thi
lnaeliine will be used for at t a-i
beltinc an article wi.n ii ! ,
superseded the old sty'.i hat:,
material for machinery gem.,:
terial nseil in the Manufacture
la-lting is of great strength and
anil besides i-often sewed in ;i
ers having a maximum thic hn. -three
inch. To do this the
passed through heavy feed p
inches 1 1 , diameter aii.i eiiit f'-( t
the resiiii h. ii.::t tt-.- b- ,t t
stretched. pr . sed and s.-w.-d .-
the s;ime 1 1 1 .ie.
In this monster ma. ':':, t
each thiiteen inrlw Iota-ami
as large almost ji a s;j.;..;i
mac Line h.-t a df: r je set o tvi.:
K-w Ixil li sid'-s oi ; !. . in ii a oih
two ueeiii .it id I wo sin; ; t a-- i,r
Ftant iisi' v. t:enevi.r lnei..ar..; u
An iittiiehment vitnimr to i h,.t .
nary aewitig iiiachilie inai.i - i
the operator lo instant! i.
St itch f rom oik -. ,.. i,t ii of an ,;.
three inches, li is unuei essarv :
this giant can ooiy in run by ;.
St. Louis li iui)lie.
; ir! icu'.ar
i -:g cotton
- l.el;. ,g
..f rot to: i
.a or liy-
- .f Ill'llfiV
h. lti:-g is
"ers ni la
ir; leli:.-t h,
m. ter-al i
t one and
-hlltl ! s
. - i so 1 ;
;- ! wol .
: i ' tie fad;-
n '. '..
i. -oh f..:.
- i povvel.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire nil night with soft coal;
will not es or smVe; heavy steel body;
large 6Sb fan Cnll and cx-vmine this
wondetf-jl stove sold by
nun daily A:Qr- i:;livekk! atyov
-'New stvles ot
POK KENT-TWO Kl'HNIS 1)
I. r.isneil rix nis. 13.0 seeoad avt nne
At.E- A S'.'l'AKK Pi ASO AS GOOD AS
Slnereil as oroiluct.sof i ad digest ion dreams
catinol, be reasonably expected to tell us
anything of a useful el ararter or to sufiply
us wiih any warning, -xcept one directed
at linst the cont inuaiKe of dpraved diet,
etic habits. If it is true that the sleep of
hcilth is dreamless, ft cn it becomes diffi
cult to believe that I lie only ixrsons to
witoiu visions in sleep are vouchsafed
should be the victims f indigestion.
!t is always a puzzh for persons of an un
imaginative turn of ininil to understand
hew the future, whici does not yet exist,
Chi be supposed to have any effect on the
po-sent, and it mus: be admitted that
dr -amsof warning am much harder to be
liive in than the "brain wave" and
"thought transference ," which members of
tl I'.-ychical Resea -ch society take as
matters quite in the ordinary course of
Ui.ngs. There is a ousiderable mass of
testimony in favor i.f the power of the
mind to produce results at an enormous
distance by some system of psychical te
legraphy of which nobody has yet discov
ered the secret.
man who goes i sleep and dreams
thut his brother is lx ing killed by a wi.d
tribe iu central Africa. and who afterward
hears that he did meet with that fate at
the precise time when the vision occurred,
need not. fly to any supernatural explana
tion for the phenomenon. It is quite dif
ferent when a drear i tells of something
w'.ich is to happen ii a few months' time.
In the latter case most people will prefer
to join wit h science i i attributing the fact
either to a law of coincidences or to a sim
ple delusion. We m ist do science the jus
tice to admit that, if she increases the
gloominess of life in -some directions, as by
her doctrine of the struggle -for existence,
si e decreases it in jther respects, one of
w hich is by aiding ir. the gradual banish
ment of any confic ence in visions and
omens and weirun fss" generally. ixin
by sr-. Kail-. S-5 Twelfth str. et.
. 101: HEN'I Fiirnishiii rooms at 1403 trcond
11 AVTKU - rOl-RtJBVr RMKS ituAHDKR
V'd in privat f in 1 va. Sft N jnetee 11 1 Sr..
TO TKAVKI., SALARY
.vpp y Ht W.ndsor hotel.
TKn- i MAS
i!nl expense -..id.
NTEEP- A POM 1 ION A OOK OR AS
I' irei ral toute pir , by one who is willinr 10
work tor her lionrd an 1 the 1 rivitegu if
music. Address X . L lhiei fflce
x GENTS makins S5 o 10 per dav sedine the
. ltleetrical Wider honsi holl want. Mh Brady
street, Davenport, Inw.i, second floor, room 9, 3 to
9 p. ra. General aj;ent wanted.
U E OFFER ACENTS BIG MONKT, IN F.I
W cheiTC territorj-. f'nr rafes e!l a- fii-'ht in
city or conntry. Afrcnts first in field actoa ly get-
ingrich. One acei.t in one duy el. ared $91. Ml.
so ran ynn. Catalogue free. Addn s-. Ai.riNi
MFC Co., No. Clark street, Cincinn-'ti O
Speciil prices on Clocks
you pric but really you
would have no idea of qu i
ity unless you exanii e3
these garments pr-r.-onallj;
Cloaks will b) soil ch.-p
this week. Jackets 2.95
and upwards. We think
onr assortment of Lades',
Misses ana Children's gar'
ments is unntually iare.
Piease call and give- us
Our hobby is to talk of
est mad.i in theU. S.
v t ar --ceiv:
ties iii various
b!e for Holiday p:es--;rs,
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
moK-n - JoC;.
II ins. Gown,,
iisih o i,
l.est the m. irkct
and jirii'cs the
- ;ire bneii
1:1 lead ii
i thi tit:
il l, Alio
The Lead I.inicc f a Ten
It is often said Ilia' !p:i rl,.-.-with
tinfoil, but ju-t as t h--rt- i
a lead m mil so t.iirtv is no tin
foil, j l.e I hin liriini: eoTisisi ()f ,
is said to be t he pure-i U-.-i 1 thai
found. Among the nuirtt b-ss n;ide-elo;n ii
resources of tne C'elesi ial e;no r. is a s.ij
ply of lead which would yield mil ions an
nually if properly worked, and from th;
inexhaustible supply the Chinese take
what they need for making lining- for tea
chests. The lead is melted in small rnwis
and poured out while hot.
Before it has time to cool it is pressed
into a sort of mold, and when enough
squares have been produced thev are sol
dered together, and the sheet thus formed
is placed in he chest as a lining. Then the
top layer of lead is soldered on. and all
possibility of the tea losing strength on the
voyage is at an end. The lead is so pure
and the solder used is so fine that the lin
ing of an empty chest is worth more than
the chest itself, and is in great demand for
making the best quality of solder. St
Eight views' will be more likely to trt
nmph when those who hold them appreci
ate the fact that what they have to con
tend against is not perversity and malig
nity, but misapprehension and raisinforma-
Ii good enmieh for Hood's Sarsaparilla
there ia no need of embellishment or sen
sationalism. Simply what Hood's Hr-
siparilla does, that tells the story of its
mmi. it you nave never realised ite
benefits a single bottle will convince jon
it is a gooa meaictne.
The highest praise has been won bv
no -ii a i ins ir luutr eay, vet efflc.ien
Hi-ma. Hold by all druggists. Privf
Oiiriis Opera House
"miSMshd v UN DAY, DEO. 11
Sam- T. Jack's Extravaganza,
-The 40 Thieves-
Sp-cial Scei.er !
Preee $'.A0, 7S. 51 a"d 25 cents; ladlee" htitt
reerved scat 50 cen s to Matinee .
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
i . i .1,., i
?. t" ftV"
. "'! v ' 'if
A Good Idr-a in V'-ldini; Prcaenta.
'At a fashionable silversmith's the other
day," says a woman "vv bile hesitating be
tween a bonbon po n and a pair of forks,
my attention was attracted to a man at
my elbow, -vho, fioi.-.hing a purchase, gave
tbc name of t he same brido elect as the one
r whom I was chcosing a wedding gift.
lie was evidently a friend of the groom, for
be directed bis spoo l to the bride, care of
the groom, and gave the latter's house ad
dress. This, it appears, is a new wrinkle
of fashion frequen'ly carried out nowa
days. The innovation struck me as having
foiii'dationin rcas n. Undoubtedly many
unacknowledged wadding gifts are such,
from the fact that t ie bride receives no im
pression from the strange names accom
panying them. If t he card becomes sepa
rated from the gift, as easily and often
happens, there is no recognizable record
left of the donor. ,
"As this latter cannot inquire why hia
present remains unnoticed, there is no
chance of the matt- ir being explained. It
has lieen my misfortune in two cases to
Bend gifts to strange brides from which I
have never heard. Had I sent them to her
in the care of the groom, be at least would
have known of the intended honor to his
wedding day." New York Times.
Tennyson'! Beaotifnl End.
This view of the laureate is from the pea
of the physician. Dr. Dabbs, who was pres
ent at bis death: "On the bed a figure of
breathing marble, flooded and bathed in
toe light of the full moon streaming
through the oriel window; his hand clasp
ing the Shakes pe ire which be bad asked
for bnt recently, and which be had kept by
him to the end; the moonlight; the ma
jestic figure, es he lay there 'drawing
thicker breath,' irresistibly brought to onr
minds bis own 'Passing of King Arthur.'
His last conscious words were words of
love addressed to wife and son words too
aacred to be written here." New York
A Minintar Who Haa m "Bide Mm,"
A minister of my acquaintance, who ia
no mean man of f cience. has gained both
money and friend by the Bale or exchange
of fossils, lepidof tera, coleoptera and bo
tanical specimens. He gratifies his own
tastes and gives pleasure to others at the
same time. His church officers, however,
charge him with wasting valuable, hours
jid bringing discredit upon bis office. If
he only lay upon his study sofa evolving
arguments for th- refutation of such as do
not believe in tl e dtvil, these men wonld
be satisfied and c on sanding the sugar ia
.fiaaet-. Xutiouai ijevicw.
, What Cmrlyto Wrote of Tmayaon.
.-, Tennyson, in 1 ia prime, waa t.hna d
acribeu by Thomas Cartyle to Ralph Waldo
Emerson on Ant;. 8, 144: "One of the &a
st looking men in Whe world. A great
shock of rough, dastff dark hair; bright,
laughing, hazel eras; rkiassive aquiline face
most massive, yet rjiost delicate; of sal
low brown com pi sxiot, almost Indian look
ing; clothes cynicali loose, free and easy;
makes infinite tobfCm His voice ia mo-
sicallv metallic, :Ut for load laughter and
piercing wail, anfi all that may tie be-
J. E. Montrose, Msni.gcr.
FRIDAY, DEC. 16th.
A Laugnirg Event !
A. P. BURBANK,
The King 8 of Humor.
TICKETS 50 AND 75 CEN TS-
Ticket for dale at the Y. M C. A.. Harper
Bonec Pharmacy and Lo isley'a Crockery Store.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hanii the finest brands of dorrestic
and Imported eitaro a:i band o tobneco.
The (core of all ihe ball turnee wi'" e received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
lsus Second Avenue.
Jotin Yolk &, Co.,
S.sb Doors Blinds. Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for hall den.
iiuhSeenti St., net. TitrJ and Poarm aves.
. tCK ISuAKD
' Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Oil .'; in
still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the
Have purchased a $5,800 stock of Shoes at 0
cents on the dollar to be sold at special sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
uecemner o, y ana 1 a slaugm-rint? prirfp.
handsome Boo-.M rnres-anti"g th4 Presidents of
the United States will be giftrn to each customer.
SHOE STO H E,
3d near Brady Davenport, lows..
G-. L.V7YNE5 & CO.
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Which we have heretofore sold from $1650 to $19.50 we shall place on sale this morning at
is lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being somewhat broken, is positively the best : yal-
ever offered this season-nothing to comDare with them anvwhere-not a coat in the outui . duv
what is worth and has been selling at $16.50 and some of them are good value at 7:;r,S
pick at $12.90; first come, first served. They'll be a pleasing surprise; it's a splendid opportunity,
don't miss it.
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Best tquippea Clothing and Sho- Hoi in Rock Island Countv. 1729 2d
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speecn i Old speculation free and
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