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THE AKOrTJS. F.RIDAY, JANU Alt 6, 1893.
Pot tamps go to Loosley.
Batquet lamp, with Turkish shade, i
Decorated vase lamp, thade to match,
$1 at Loosley'g.
Hice chickens and turkeys at Gaorge
Browner & Co. 'a.
Telephone George Browner & Co. for
thickens and turkeys .
Nicket Etand lamp, center draft, with
shade, 91 at Loeslej'a.
. C. & O. bottlers' annual ball at Turner
hall Baturday eveniog.
You will find at Georee Browner &
Co. 'a everything for a grand Sunday din
The Columbiaa market for the best
neat. Telephone 1064 George Browner
Special prices this week on bisque.
vase and shade center draft lamps at
John N. Huotoon and wife have wel
corned a bright little son to their home
on Nineteenth street.
Spare ribs, tenderloin, leaf lard and
pigs feet can now be had at Gilmore's
packing house in abundance.
For rent An 8-room houBe, No. 767
Sim street. Apply to William McEq
fry in Mitchell & Lynde's building.
- The Sixth infantry, I. N, G.. will
BOld an election a; Mollne Jan 13, to
choose a colonel to succeed Gen. Clen
Mrs. George P. Downes is very ill
with heart trouble at her borne on Elm
street sdci ner relatives ana friends are
very anxious as to her condition
Adolph Strohm. of IU.ck Iolnnd, and
MissAnnn Rose Schacbter, cf IUmpton,
were united in marriage by Mains'ra'.e
H. G. Wivill at his office last evceing
Joseph Gutzweiler gives his grand
'Opening lunch to his friends at his plice
on 1 ourtti avenue and Fourth street to
morrow night. A fine spread and everv'
one will be welcome.
The cold wave predicted by the signal
service yesterday seems to have
miscarried. It wes cold enough for all
practical purposes this morning, but not
as cwa as was expected.
Edward White and James O'Brien
went into the county court this morniDg
and each plead- d guilty to larccnv. The
former was fined flO and gives 30 dys
in m ana lue latter $ 1, and 50 days in
H. S. Cable, son of R. R. Cable, of
ne noes Island road, and who is vice
president and m-tnager of the Manitou &
Pike's Peak railway, is visiting at the
residence of J. M. Bufird, on his way to
cmcago to visit bis lather.
Er-Mayor Thomas Murdock is back
from Kansas City on a short stay. Mrs.
Murdock is still in Kansas City and ber
health is much improved by the change.
Mr. and Mrs. Murdock will have their
home there probably until spring.
Ttc Duvenport Mile Track club has an
offer from a syndicate, that is desirous of
leasing and opciafteg its track, and as
the club is not in the besi way financially
it has called a meeting of the stockhold
ers tomorrow evening to consider the
Justice Eagal today performed the
marrUee ceremony for Paul H. Prudot
and Ella Hiochrr. The groom resides in
St. Louis, his occupation being that of an
engineer, while the bride is the dauchter
of Rudolph Hincber, formerly of Divon
port, but now liying in Rock Island.
Mrs. B. Arnold and daughter,
Edna are expected this evening
vUitto to M. Arnold and family,
home has been until recently at
monri, Iod.. but Mr. Arnold
located at Atlanta, G., in the
clothing business, they go from Rock
Island to their new borne in the
A Vlolona Yonth.
Robert Seefeldt, a 13-year old lad who
is said to Lave a high tempered disposi
tion, got into an altercation with Martin
Jfelson, a man employed in the same de
partment at the Rook Island Plow works
Ob Wednesday, and seizing a heavy iron
bar young Seefeldt dealt Nelson a v.ciom
blow across the head. Nelaon was pros
trated and afterward secured medical at
tendance. It was at once seen by other
employees that Nelson's injuries were
quite serious, and young Seefel't on
learning of it became frightened and af
ter getting the money due him left, and
has notsince been seen. The lad'a moth
er is making every effort to find him and
is offering $25 for his recovery.
According to the stories that some
from the factory young 8eefeldt is of a
vicious disposition and has attacked oth
employees on previous occasions.
Nelson boards with Andrew Blext, at
the corner of Tenth Btreet and Suventh
avenue, flis wound is a cut to the bone
, lour inches lone, from which he is still in
a serious condition.
I ha Advertising
Of Hood's Sarsiparilla is always within
the bounds of reason because it is true;
it alwavs appeals to the sober, common
sense of thinking people because it is
true; and it is always fully substantiated
by endorsements which, in the financial
world would be accepted without a mo
For a general family cathartic we con
fidently recommend Hood's Pills.
Ttla amIw, T.a r fen
- j c caiu vi xartar 1'owder. No A nmonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard,
Th Stat Coa ventloa at Chanpalgn Bml-
neas Baf we the County Soloaa.
Champ Aios, Jan. 5 .At the evening
session of fin t day's convention of the
state superyisars, the registry of names
was read snoring 115 in attend ince, be
ing the larget t number that has ever at
tended any association meeting.' The
convention committees as announced
by the chair, place It. A. Smith on the
committee on order of business, J. A.
Wilson on location of next meeting.
Tarious matters and resolutions were dis-
cusi ed and rc ferred, and the convention
adjourned for the da
The Second Day.
At the secoid day's session the follow
ing was adoi ted:
"Kesolved, Tiat this convention of t npeiviror;
and commipploQpra in convention assemblt'd,
wonld respectfully roemoraliza onr next legisla
ture at itc first session t so amend ibe law ibat
it will require state's attorneys to report the
earnings and r cei.itsof tbeir respectire offices
to lie connty toarda. semi annually and under
The committee on insane presented a
resolution asking the legislature of the
state to make provipion for the entire
care of all pe.-sons adjudged insane, thus
relieving the different counties of at
tempting to care for the incurably insane.
This resolution was adopted also.
Charles D. Strode, of Coles county,
addressed the convention on "Equitable
laxatton. ' xlis address was well pre
pared, and the principal point made re
lated to the evasion of taxes by notes
- Ia the Afternoon.
In the afte-noon Prof. I. O. Baker, of
the University of Illinois, read a valuable
paper on methods and law looking to the
improvement of highways and bridges.
Soon after the conclusion of Prof.
Baker's add -ess the convention ad
journed to py a visit to the University.
The evening was devoted to the banquet
at Military trill.
"Queea of the A ena or the Gipsy
Circus," whioh ia t . nrpear at the Burlis
opera house on Sunday. JHn. 8,h, mati
nee acd evt n ng, contains specialties and
special features that are msrvels to a de
gree. Oce worthy of mention is Prof,
Wormwood's educated d gs aad mon
keys. One of these dogs and b7 the
way the only one liying is a contor
tion. st, perrcrmtng marvelous rests of
bending and twisting ia every imagina
ble pDsition. Another dog walks & tibt
wire, and still another plays the banjo,
while two do js waltz like two persons.
Slill another marvelou dog performs
upon a horlz-ctal oar, dcing this daring
feat rqual to a trained athlete.
An exchatge says of the McCabe
& Young's niinstrels, which appear at
Harper's theatre next Tuesday night:
A big and brllliint audience filled the
Buckingham theatre last night to wel
come the great W. A Mahara's oricinil
McCabe & Young minstrel, their first
appearance in the city. The companv
pfS3eee8 mer t far above tbe averaee of
minstrel show. Showing the demand of
modern civil zition for sometuinz to
laugh at. They carried the house bv
storm in thtir classical grace and beauty.
Moonlight te,p:schore won the esthetic
souli in the audience. It is worth trip
price of admission to see this ebonv son
of Momus. Bi ly Farrell, in his side split
tiDg comical ciraicalitii'8 and funny falls.
The drum ma or drill can't ba excelled.
In fact, each t nd evtry artist in this com
pany is a livng photograph of fun. and
in all it is tha best all around minstrel
show that hs visited Louisville for a
number of years
Island city Lodge Installation.
Island City Lodge No. 4, A. O . U. W.,
had its installation of officers last even
ing, tbe follow ing being those installed:
PM.W.-J K P.St C.air.
M.W. Charln Tocniges.
Overseer Chris Hubbe.
Recorder (I M Hastings.
R ceiver Jihn Evans.
Financier W.J Kerr.
Kep'-f sentat ve to Grand Lode
John Evans; D ivid Dean, alternate.
A Complete Collapse
is occasioned In c ur feelings by derangement" of
the liver, stomech and bowels. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pclktscure sick and bilious headache,
bowel complaints, internal fever md costiveness.
Tlicy remove all waste mittcr. and restore health
to body and mine . A dose, as a laxative, con-
sits of one tiny, sugar coated Pellet. Cheapest
and easiest to ti ke. By Crutgis s, 25 cents a
The 'exes for 1802 are now due and
may be paid to th undersigned at Uurst
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
bl'ck. Pleasi; bring your last year's re
ceipt, which will enable the collector to
find your description on the tax hooks.
W illiam J. Gamble,
The lirst vo'urue of tbe "Waverly series
appeared wher Scott was forty three. He
published bis first book, "Ballads," at
A good dinner is one of the greatest en
joyments of b umnn life. Mere money is
a very inadequate compensation to a com
Every individual has a nliiro tn fill In tl,.
world, and is important in some respect
wukluit ne cm oses to be so or not. Haw-
Hans Bach, t hn tnth
lly, was a baker. Over 200 of his descend
ants have been famous as musicians.
Whils that hrMffn ia rtnaMl the C R T.
& P. will run trains to Davenport every
honr. eommerrcintr at 6:80 a. B. The
last train leaves Rock Island at 8:30 p.
m. Re'urning train leaves Davenport on
even hours. F.H.Plummkb,
will do you as much
good bb the one that
riuys Doctor Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. This
is what you get with
them : An absolute
and permanent cure
for Constipation, In
Attacks, Sick and
and all derangements
of the liver, stomach,
and bowels. Not
just temporary relief, and then a worse
condition afterward but help that lasts.
Pleasant help. too. These sugar
coated little pellets are the smallest, the
easiest to take, and the easiest in the
way they act. No griping, no violence,
no disturbance to the system, diet, or
They come in sealed vials, which keeps
them always fresh and reliable; a con
venient and perfect vest-pocket remedy.
They're the cheapest pills you can buy.
Ourtis Opera House
Sunday,' January 8th;
SkinVs OptraUc Circus Ccmedy,
aiEIi DF THE ARENA
The latest and greatest innovation in stags pro
due ions, pretested by a company of artixts en
gaged etptc iilly for this cn:qno and novci per
foiman ce, replete with
Great sp ci titles,
Beautiful Mn 'c,
XUbora e Scen'c Tfl.cls,
Magnifi er t Costum s.
Pro, ertles and Pirinbernilia.
The third a'.t presents A Genn'nc Clrcu? on
Prices $1 fO. 75, 0, and 85 cent.
J- E- Montrose, Manager.
Tuesday, January 10th.
Original McCabe & Young's Colorel Minstrels.
Twenty-five Colored Gentlemen. A
grand ! p. cu'ar Street Parade
at noon each day.
Ihe only male doing the Serpentine Dance.
Xrat and Refined.
Adnvreiou 75c, 50c, Ve.
Don't Forget Day and Date
?OR RENT A CKXIH0 RrtoM.
ivio i nira avenue.
AXTED-AT 1116 FOURTH AVESUE-A
girl for general housework.
rHK daily akgus deliverkd atyouk
"" every emune for li4c per week.
FOR REST A NEW HOUSE ON E'GHTH-and-a-balf
avenup. puar nr Tnniv ........ u
TOR SALE CHEAP-TWO PAIR B. 5 4AMKS.
I one cockrc . four B. Plymouth pnl'et. anrt
saver hcarrt-d Polish coca. Enquire 810 Twenty-fourth
TITANTFD-TO RRNT A HOUSE ONNISE
.. h'S Tw' rMtn r Twenty-first stteets and
sou h of Seventh avenu. Pos s-lon wanted bv
Anocs office. ' '
fa T?ift? I'E?D,DAT AT DOME. SELUNG
0 rl Lichtnine Plater and i latine ieweliV
watches, tableware. &c pi.,..V ,i " JY
t'.rt ?o.ir r-. ! km.i. meial. wi-h to'd"
mver or mctc:. n i'Tk,rinr.. v
Kvcn, ?,si- ch- 1,'ions needing plating
H.a lh.l NO:o. o'umhusO
And we find
coats,-much larger than usual at
w I J it 1 -m v v w
we nave trottea
Which has always been the most effective
at Jig7 MADB BI CUT3-Tt iS DOt that - C- ff"d Wll has always b?en our policy toseU
Vit;1 sv&wg :gft ihpet;iche3en;ee-n re,aaced rch as $6-- itt,mos!
Boy's and Children's Overcoats left. the pnce remalDs l eame. Only the finer grades of
$9 50 grades of Children's
7 75 prades of Children's
6 75 grades of Children's
"k".w A. &. K-.rcarry. on'y the be?t gdes of Clothing produced, and when they.announce
these reductions t s.gmfiesmce chotce goods at a big saving to the purchaser. It's an excellent
opportunity to invest. Better take advantage of it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe Hoi-e :n Rock.lsland County. 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all niglit with soft coal;
will not eas or srahe; heavy steel body;
large &h pan. Call acd examine this
wondeiful siove sold by
New stvles ot
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
CiRar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hani1 the Onert hrands of dorrentic
and lmortid cieare. All brands of tobacco.
The acore of all ibe ball game wi'l bs received
L. GLOCEHOFF, Prop.,
1R08 ecoDd Avenue.
our stock altogether to laro-R narhVninriir ; o,.
out our old War
Overcoats reduced to S7 fin
Overooats reduced to 6 00
Overcoats reduced to 5 00
A Happy New Year!
We propose to open the new
year with a grand closing
In some instances prices will be
cnt right in two. It will be
impossible to mention all the
styles aud fabrics included in
this sale, but a glance below
will giv you some idea of the
extent of the offeiing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Hpe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose.
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped;
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via tsuui jvioline, m. II 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth
Telephone 2053. J Telephone 1148. iMu.t-i
Residence Teleorrn i 1 RP
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holiday Slippers
ever opened in this city. Look at the prices- 40c
69c, 78c, 89c, 98c, f 1.29 and S1.4S. It will pay you
to lay in a year's supply dming this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every pure aser of a pair of shoe s a beautiful boek
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
a. L.WYNES & CO.
la now located in hia new shop.
W Light shoe a anccialty.
this season. Determined to unload
and soeediest for armmniich?
$16.50 gaades oT Boys'
13.50 grades of Boys'
8.50 grades of Boys'
10 pieces 50 to 54 inch a
6 pieces 50 inch wool na
tures 50c. 01
1 lot double fold moW.,.
1 lot 36 to 38 inch a
fabrics, have been 48 to bS
vd. all trn .1 tit Sr. n "cc
39c. "B W18 6a
T.t Too rt rf V, j
at rerfnro1 JV
TlnFl'nf tKlO coin - .
6 .... ra.K B w,i, ueductfrn.
jc Kih.c Ul every ladies' misses" s.
childs' cloak 20 per cent.
A fine assortment from which
select, including our famouj
ette earments, from thee
Opposite the Old fast
Overcoats reduced to $13 55
Overcoats reduced to 9 90
Overcoats reduced to 6 75
ave., 116 to 122 19th st.