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1XLE A1WUS. MUNOAY, JaN U AliVi U 1893.
JreMeloiire Bros', adr. t .
goods itlo at Mclntire Broi'.
Maecmnt sale at Mclntire Bros, this
OfC Mclitire hai returned fron hia
X E. Moitrose of the Harper spent
raterday ia Omaha.
' Dr. E. M. Sala and bride bars returned
flam their wedding trip.
jffftood brown muslin full 88 inches wide
Jfn per yard at McCaae Bros'.
Dra't miss the half price cloak and
acket counters at McCabe Bros.
CT. O. Huckstaedt has gone to Grand
Stupids on a furniture purchasing trip
Mclntire Bros, continue their special
aie of dress goods and cloaks this week.
AH table oil cloths will be sold at 121c
Tier yard, only for tomorrow at McCabe
riaio and red border cocoa door mats
15c apiece while they last at McCabe
Letting out muslins and cotton goods
m a basis of cost of raw cotton at 6J :
4 (3 yards wide) sheeting at 12.;
rm yard bt the domestic sale at McCabe
3fcTja. this week.
Rod it r, the celebrated manufacturer of
2tgh class Parisan dress goods will be
gelj represented in the display at Mc
Cabe Bros', tomorrow.
A Irge number of swift roadsters were
atnkiog the snow fly on lower Tnird ave-
te yesterday, a good sized crowd of
iTCtta'.orsaisu being on bacd.
S3s Mae Montrose left this morning
Sx Chctgi to attend tne wedding of ber
tteencr, 21tss Kate Rinn, and also tote
srtsent a t tha great Charity bail there
Am week .
Krs E G. Frtzer kft this morning for
Jprngfieid, where she will asMBt her
oewsfr , Mrs. Governor Ah geld, at her re
wyiwr. Mr. Frazar accompanied her as
r si Peoria.
swiil eleighiag parties from different
rmrtt c, town enjoyed the fine sleighing
JHivrday evening and yesterday, the
nwr, imgliDg of the bells being heard
2m in u tie eight.
C W. Curtis, Jr., local manager of the
5ea Tank Line Company, has resiened
IncatHe of failing health, and has been
flneeeeded by M. A. Steele, who has been
"ilk the cotLpany here for same time.
3. G. Junge having closed hi bottlin?
mMsVlnhmi nt. is now superintendeDt of
brHtliog department of the Rock IjI
4 Srewing company. The coange.
Vwever, does not hamper Mr. Junee in
'VHtliag the two distinct brands of b?er
heretofore those formerly known as
Ae Wagner and Ilober beer.
William A. Rugge, of Milan, is now
fortably located in bis band
note new building, which he has fitted
for a restaurant and sample nom
Ik addition to setting a fine meal, he
)scpe constantly on band everything in
V5s line of liquid refreshment! and is al
a pleased to have his fiiends call.
JlcCabe Bros, wish to announce to
leirlady friends that a representative
fcow one of tbe leading dress good
"8es oi America will be at their store
M-day tomorrow, ana will exhibit to
Ifeeir customers a full line of high art
aoTCllies in foreign dress gonds. repre
aeatir.g a vast aggregation of French,
3hglish and Benin styles. Any lady
wishing to select a dress pattern will
lava the privilege of securing an exc!u
Tbe meetings at the United Presby
r'an church will continue during this
(a'. The general subject for the week
. "Tha Way Made Plain." The topic
icthis evening is "Wht wilt thou have
ft to dot" Tuesday evening, "Cominsj
o Christ;" Wodt-esday evening, "Follow,
leg Christ;" Thursday evening, "The
.Awful Mistake," Friday evening, '-The
ay of Judgment." The services will
cgin at 6:30 each evening. The public
m cordially invited.
Hard RecsrU to Bent .
rjfotwUhetanding that the year just
owed has been . the most active one in
wttlome of business bandied in the history
at toe R. I. P. road, a record has been
;nc3e in the matter of accidents that
Wild be bard to heat, ' ir taking into
roasideration every accident that has oc
.mrred, no maUer how serious or bow
ivial, whether due to poor judgment,
id luck or carelessness, the total amount
A damages entailed to tbe road does not
ach $200. a fact which speaks for itself
Ar the efficiency of the operating, train
iispatcbicg and train service departments
VI the system.
Iowa i. ; Illinois M. D'.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
jowa and Illinois Central District Medi
aal association will be held in the rooms
Ot the Davenport Business Men's as
sociation, Masonic Temple at 2 o'clock.
Thursday afternoon. The following pa
pers will be read and discussed: "Anti
septic Surgery," Dr. W. H. Ludewig;
Panus of Trachoma," Dr. Chas. M.
Robertson, and nneoy Dr. J. R. Hollow
The taxes for 18S2 are now due and
ay be paid to tbe undersigned at LI u ret
3 Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
Slock. Please bring your last year's re
aeipt, which will enable the collector to
lad your description on the tax books.
William J. Gamble,
xne oruy i-ure tJream ofTartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alorn.
Used in Millions of Homes -40 Yeai s the Standard
COUNT r BUILDING.
8 J D Long to Ingar A Wilsor, part
lota 1 and 2, block 6, Stewart's aub div.,
oavlotS. Scuta Moline. 275.
Rosin a Hetter to George F Hoth. part
lots 8, 4. 5 and 6. block 68, Chicago or
l.wer add. Rock Island, f 1.
J C H Red to 0 M Johnson, lot 7 and
t lot 6. Park Pla:e. South Moline, $600.
JCU Head to unaries M jabnBon, lot
2, block 6, Hecon 1 Fairmount add, and
lots 4. 5, 7, 14 and 16, block 6. First
Fairmount add, atoline, f 3.000.
Jan 6 Estate of Joseph Kinnan. In
ventory filed and approved.
Estate of Dennis Warren. Nomination
by heirs residing ia state of Illinois for
appointment of P L Mitchell as adminis
trator filed. Petition of P L Mitchell
for letters of administration filed.
Guardianship rf John R Blake. Guar
dian'6 report &'e( and approved.
7 Estate of Jchanna Johnson Lttf rs
of administration issued to John F. Free
man. Bond filed and approved. John
Sward. Gust Carlson and Anton Kling
vail appointed aj praisers.
Guardianship f minor heirs of Jo
hanna Johnson. Letters of guardianship
issued to John J Freeman. Bond lied
Estate of Dennis Warren. Bond of P
L Mitchell as adraloistraior filed and ap
proved aid letters of administration ia
surd to him.
Estate of E P Rejnolds. Inventory
filed an 1 approved.
lpprentire Canght by a Shark.
Baltimore, Jan. 9. Captain Watkins,
of the British brk Countess of Derby,
irom renoa. reports thnt an apprentice
named Samuel Coolidge fell overboard on
Dec. 15 and was devoured by a shark, ne
appeared in siht r.fter dropping into tha
sea, una oeing a f,ood swimmer kept bim
self afloat a waile. Captain Watkins
threw him a life buoy and prepared to
launch the life bjat but he disappeared
from view, and in a moment an immense
shark w as seen wrestling with an object in
the vicinity when; the poor fellow went
Ex-Governor Italdwin's Will.
Detroit, Mich.. Jan. 9. The will of ex
Governor and ex-Senator II. P. Baldwin,
disposing of a toCO.000 estate, was filed for
probate Saturday He gives over $30,000
to charity, $5,000 i-ach to the Foreign Mis
sior.nry Society of the Episcopal church,
St. Luke's hospit.il, St. John's church and
the ProtesUmt orphan asylum, and $6,000
to the Protestant Episcopal church for
A Bright Lot of Revelers.
NEW Yor.K, Jan. 9. A German sleigh
ing party passirg the house 249 Eig th
avenue noticed tl at it was afire, while le
inhabitants appe red to be fa-t asleep. le
Germans at once set to work to awal ?n
the sleepers by a bombardment of sm v
balls directed against the windows and
succeeded so well that all the members of
the family escape 1 with their lives.
Racial Property and Tax Statistic.
Richmostj, Va., Jan. 9. The Teport of
the auditor of public accounts shows that
the two races owii property in Virginia as
foilows: Real es ate whites, $291,292,28?;
colored, ?5,425,0K.. Personal whites, $92,
525,131; colored, J&12.950. The amount of
taxes each race ivs is: Whites, $1,S16,
134.63; colored, $1'. 1J44.15.
Sues Her TIustiand'M murderer.
New Orleans, .Tun. 9. The Picayune's
Dallas Tex., special says: Mrs. D. S. Ran
dall, by her attorney, Friday filed suit
against Irving I). Randall for $100,0(0
damages for Villing her husband Tuesday
last. The constitution and statutes of the
state provide when any person shall w '-
fully kill anothe-the relatives or heirs
the deceased may require exemplary dam
ages from the tlayer. Notwithstanding
this provision tl e above case is the first of
the kind ever brought in Dallas, and the
third in the sU.te. Mr. Randall is esti
mated to le ort!i fWwiO.
l'oiinil N1) Cholera Germs
LITTLE RfKTK, Jan. 9. Dr. Geddings, of
the marine hospital isorviee, has completed
his investigotion and forwarded his report
to Washington. He failed to find a single
cholera germ. 1 be disease was caused by
the filthy condition of the. penitentiary,
which has "been thorough ly cleaned and
fumigated. - w
Talking About Hold ISurglars, How's This?
New Yoke, J. in. 9. Hold burglars en
tered the clerk's -sflices of the court of spe
cial sessions, in t le Tombs building, some
time Friday nigbt and at tempted to break
open the safe in Clerk Heating's private
office, but were evidently frightened off be
fore they finished the job tbey had under
taken. Brick Pomeroy's "llvorcee" Dead.
New York, Jan. 9. Louise Pomeroy
Elliott, once a tl.eatrical star, died Satur
day after an illness of four days. Her
death was caused by pneumonia. She was
the divorced wife of "Brick" Pomeroy.
Much Trope rty Destroyed by Ice.
Cincinnati, Jan. 9. The ice gorge at
this point brok-3 yesterday. No damage
was done at this city, but below the city
forty-five loadeo coal barges, valued at
$300,001). were sunk. No insurance.
Owintt to fsiline health, I hereby
res gn my pos tion as manager of t!:e
Penn Tank L'ne Co Limited
C. W. Cubtis. Jr.
Mr. M A. Steele has been ap
pniated to fill Die vacancy csu-ed by the
tei gnation of C. W. Curtis. Jr.. and is
authorized to transact all business per
taining thereto ifter this d-ite.
Penn Tank Line Co , L'td.
Peril. Suhr. Chairman.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Savings Bank,
AT BOCK I8LAKD,
State of Illinois, before the commencement of
Duetnets on the 2nd day of January, 1893, as
made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, of the
Btate of Illinois, pursuant to law.
Loans and discounts :tl.05R,843 19
Bonds and Stocks 13.000 00
Cash on Hand $M.895 TO '
Dae from other banks 63.409 61 114.905 81
Furniture and nxtnres '10fi"M
Current expenses 1,675 83
Co lectione 438 50
Capital H ck paid in I 100 000 00
Undivided profi s 15.r07
Pividenrts onp.id 19S 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check $737,943 47
Demand certificates of
deposit 831,470 '.A- 1,071,814 30
Total $1,187,013 55
STAT K OF ILLINOIS, 1
Rock Island Cocsxt. 1
I, Jas M. Buford, cashier of the Rock Island Sav-
IngH BanK. do solemnly swear that tbe above
statement is true, to tne nest or my Knowledge
and belief. JAS. M. BUFOUD, Cashier.
Subscr bed and sworn to before me this 5th
day of January, 1S93. F. J. KINNEY,
skal.I otary Public
E'tate of Dennis Warren, Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
Is'rator of the e.-tate of Dennis Warren, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Ro. k Island
county, at the office 'f the clerk of siid court, in
the eiiy of Rocs Island, at the March term, on
the first Monday in March next, at w hich time
all persons bavins claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adiusteo.
all pt-rsons indebted to said estate are reques
ted to make immediate payment to the under
signed. Iated this 7ih day of Jannary, A. D. 193.
FniLEMOX L. & MITCHELL, Administrator.
J. E. Montrose. Slacacer.
Tuesday, January 10th.
Original McCabe Voting's Colorol Minstrels.
Twenty-fire Colored Gentlcm n. A
grand 1 p cu'.ar Street Parade -at
noon each day.
The only male doing the Serpentine Dance.
Neat and RcSncd.
Adm'.ssion 75c, 50c, 85c.
Don't Forget Day and Date
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday Eve, Jan. U.
The Distinguished Actrts
Vnder the Management of Mr. V. D. Locdoi n
in A. R. Haven's Great Historical Drami,
Empress of tbe French.
IWSeats on sale Wednesday 11th. Trie?! 1 .50
1.00, 75, and 50 cents. 1
Thk daily akqus delivered attour
door every evening for 14Hc per week.
$-TO tl5 PER DAT AT HOME. SELUNG
ft Lightning Plater and rlating jewelry,
watches, tableware, Ac. Plates or the finest jew
elry eood as i ,or.! khins of metaL with eo'.d,
silver or nickel. No experience. No capital.
Bvcrv rouse cas aorts needing plating.
H. K. DEI. NO & CO.. t o umbos O
Just Finished S
And we find our stock altogether to large, particularly in Over
coats, much larger than usual at this season. Determined to unload
we nave trotted
. Which has always been the most effective
Bov's andl mS;
f 9 50 grades of Children's
7 75 prades of Children's
6 75 grades of Children's
You know that M & K. carry only the best grades of Clothing produced, and when they announce
these reductions it signifies nice choice 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 Hov? n Rock
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all tight with soft coal;
will not cs or savke; heavy steel body;
lare ash pan. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
New stvles of
I ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest branda of domestic
and Imported cigars. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe score or all tbe ball games wi'l ba received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avcnnc.
out our old War
M CUTS-It i8 DOt
W W l" a
Overcoats reduced to $7 50
Overooats reduced to 6 00
Overcoats reduced to 5 00
We propose to open the
year with a grand cloeing
In some instances prices will be
cut right in two. It will be
impossible to mention all the
styles aad fabrics included in
this sale, but a glance below
will give you some idea of the
extent of the offering
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Etc. L argest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago. .
DA Vl isLOivh." Moline, HI. I 1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 2053. j Telephone 1148. Kwuisarr
R.tdence Telenbcn ' 1
ft VTM i I ii
J. IVIa CHRISTY,
Is now located In his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street
Hf-LiRht shoe, a specialty. 0ppMlt! oM fUcJ
and speediest for accomplishing our aim
th3t We C- affrd thL'.
.H. the pric, has been reduced
ItW JtS tne Pnce remains lbe
116.50 gaades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to (13 55
13 50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to 9 90
8.50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to C 75
Island Countv. 1729 2d
10 pieces 50 to 54 inch da.
6 pieces 50 inch wool
1 lot double fold mohairs io
i lot 36 to 38 inch J5
fabrics, have b.-n 48 to 58r,
yd, all go duriDg uis Ba
Lsrge lot of other dress good,
at reduced pieces.
During this sale we will deduct frot.
the price of every ladies' mi9es sn-J
childs cloak 30 per cent.
A fine assortment from which i
select, inciudiDg our fam us Eea;.
ette earments, from these wp
deduct 10 per cent.
1803 Second Avenue.
IElIOFCrOBl DF CRACKE3S iH3 ZZ
Ask Yonr Qrrwer forTbem.
Th y are Bfft
The Christy "OysTtn" M,d tfcrifj ' STira.
our policy to
a, much a $8.00. In most
me. ly the finer grades o:
ave., 116 to 122 19th st.