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I UK Aim US. FRIDAY, jANUAliX 20, 1893.
XicS cabbage at Souder & Son'.
$13 50 ulster at f 8 90 M. & K.
Shawl atrp 10c at the Columbia.
Dressed chickens at Souder & Sob's.
Bird cages from 40c op at the Colum
Nice select oysters at George Browner
20 per cent discount sale at the
Grand oyster lunch at "Foot" Holdorf "s
20 per cent discount safe at the
Extraordinary bargains at tbe M. & K.
Nice black bass and pickerel at George
Browcer & Uo.'s.
20 per cent discount on an; suit or over
coat at tbe London.
Wanted Plow filters. Eagle Mfe;.
Co., Davenport, la.
20 per cent discount on acy bjH in tbe
sense. The London.
20 per cent discount on any suit or
overcoat in tbe house
Fancy bell flower apples and nice cr
inges at Souder & Son's.
Ohoice hen turkeys and pigeons at
George Browner & Co.'s.
20 per cent discount on any overcoat
in the bouBe. Tbe London.
Remember the Columbia has a full line
of crncKery at the lowest prices.
S 00 for men's ulsters worth $13 50.
a sam pie of cut prices at M. & K.
"Foot" Iloldorf will serve an oyster
lutch at his place on Third avenue to
night. We are bound to reduce stock and shall
five fro.n 10 to 25 per cent off on nil
ehi:dren's shots tomorrow The Boston.
Ten to 2d per cent off on any and all
children's shoes tomorrow. Dm't miss
this chance to stcure bargains- Tbe Bos
ton. ?liss Emma Adams left this morning
for Chicago, accooipaniog her little n.'ice.
Tot Adam, who has been visiting her,
Special shoe stle. Children's shoes of
all Einds at biz brains 10 to 25 per
rent off ou all children's shoes tomorrow.
Hash McCortney, an unm rritd man
whose home was at Milan until a short
time ago. died ft the county farm this
morning, aged 75.
Omer Adam, of Dubuque, hts arrive 1
in the city to take tbe pos.ii ion of check
clerk in the office of the Western Union
Telegraph company here.
Some soecial in.mecse hargVns in
shots. We are preparing to reeive .ur
spring stock, which is now being manu
factured for us M. & K.
Too many shoes. We must move
them, and cheap prices will do It; 10 to
25 per cent off on all children's sboes to
morrow only. The Boston.
Tbe street car strike may be said to be
devoid of interest today, exct-pt the Net
that a few more of tbe men have return
ed to fie company 'a employ.
Throughout their entire stock the M.
& K. htve mde big c its sui'8. pants,
overcoats, everything included in thi
special clearance sale M. & K
C. F. Gaetjer is now the owner of ;
the well knon Monroe pacer of Moliae !
known as "Nigger Boy.' Christ now
bas one of the te st pieces of horseflesh
in the three cities.
Louis Mosenfelder and wife left yester
day for Chicago, where Mr. Most-oft-trier
will remain a week and Mrs. Mo-enfel ler
will spend a longer period visiting rela
tives and friends
The condition of ex-Supervisor Georee
B. Browner, whose iilmss has been here
tofore note.i ia tbe Argcs. is reported as
very alarming, news hich will be re
ceive i with general regret.
Aid. W. F Schroeder, who was inci
dentally mentioned in last night's Aneus
eaa republican Candidate for myor, tins
crormng settled all dispute as to his can
didacy by formally declaring him.
The grey team belonging to the N
tional Cracker factory wagon indulgtd in
a spirited run down Secocd avenue this
afternoon, being stopped near Dr. Ey
ster's residence. - No dmnsge was done.
Gibson fe Burns, of tbe Manhattan,
have arranged for another athletic exhi
bition on Saturday night. The fe ure of
tbe evening will be a wrestling bout be
tween 'Cuckoo" Jim Collins and Moore,
the champion middleweight of Iowa.
Rooert Berkmann. a blacksmith at the
Jower saw mills, fell into the hole in tbe
ice at the foot of Seventeenth street
last nieht and when taken oat was
covered with a sheet of ice. He wts
taken to the Commercial house, where
be was warmed up and afterward taken
Miss Tripp's dancing class at Standard
club rooms. Friday 4 p. m- Beginners
7eceived at any time. An evening eras
sow forming. Instructions to t-egm-ers.
7.30 d. m. New danoes. etc., 8 80
p. m. Private lessons for one or more
arranged when desired. Apply at club
rooms after 3 o'clock
"A movement is on fool among the la
dies of 8u Josepn s parish to form a St.
Joseph's Columbian club. In iU b-in
the na ure of an auxiliary t the nmr -u
and school and tbe purpme i u give no
en'ertainmrnt in ih ner iuiire. Pne
ladies meet at Sc. .1 -rim' m-,io ( atxi
Sunday to perfect the ornmz 'inn.
8. 8. Saunde8. representing the Al
dine hotel at Cliirato, a lioneir? wlici
bas just been ere -r nr ine Wnrl.i'
Fair grounds, is in tbe city today, calling
upon his friend, Cbarlea McHogh. The
president and general manager of the
The axea for 1892 are now due aid
tnv be paid to tbe anderslgned at Hurst
hotel, by the way, is Tom Cadwallader, a; & Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
mruier iraveurg salesman wen Known in ciwca. t 'lease nrtng your last year a re
ceipt, which will enable tbe collector to
find your description on the tax books.
WrLLlASI J. Gamblb.
The 8tone directory forces have com
pleted their casvass of Rock Island and
are now turnir g attention to Moline. In
view of the fa.;t that the directoty ia to
be olacd in tie Chicago public library,
which may prove especially advantageoia
during the World's Fair, it (s important
that it sheuld ie as cemplete and credita
ble as possible.
At the Bn-tis last eTening "The Bot
tom ol the flea" was displayed with a
weslih of stating and an attention to de
tail that nude the performance one of
tbe evt nts of tbe season in its line. There
was, consider. ng the number of counter
attractions, a very fair audience, numer
ically spesking, present, and the various
excellencies of the piece amused and en
tertained all. Davenport Democrat.
Mark Mnri.hy, who appears here next
Monday niefctinhis sparkling comtdy,
O'Dowd's Neighbors," will always recall
a former visit here with pleasant associa
tions. It w.ll be remembered that ;t'
was j'ist about a year ago while playing
an engagement at Davenport that M',
Murphy slipped over to Rack Island dur
ing the day aid at St. Joseph's church
was tinind in marrisge with Miss Marie
Cahill, a mere ber of his company.
The Union is deep at times, very deep;
and so it wi.l oblige the public on whom
it hss irflic el it, to have the man who
wrote that rrsyoralty oke this morninu,
txpMa it If the morning paper will
read the Argds' "city po'i'ies" article it
will find that all the information it seeks
concerning democratic candidates for
mayor anpars therein and that it will
hear all it d '.ires it about said candi
dates and perhaps others in tbe future.as
rajne'a Iloapital Kill.
Representative Payne, of this district,
has renewed the bill introduced by Rep
resentative Yiaton before the last legisla
ture providing for a $ 400 000 hospital
for ihj ns-ine, to be located in the wes
tern part of i he state, to relieve the over
crowded c. n iitioa of the present hospi
tal. The measure provides for the ap
pointment of a commission to investigate
any sui able sites that may be otlered.and
in the event of the bill becoming a law.
R -ck IsUnd may anticipate in common
with o:h'T 'vileawnke cities of western
Illinois, a yi-it from tbe cotrmittee on lo
George Gnffln who was arrested on
Wednesday on complaint of Arnold
Oswald for cruelty to animals, namely
shooting tl.e complainants yaluable
soaniel dog go that it was necessary to
kill the anitr.1 to end its suffering. The
defendant took a change of venue to
Justice Hawes where the case was heard
yesterdty sfternoon, whicl resulted in
GnfHa beinp ined $10 and cogt9.
. E. Montrose, Manager.
At W. A. Ehleb's.
Lettuce, N in htrn Spy Apples
C-ulifl owi r, Blle Flower Apples,
Cel. r. King's Apples,
Fl'ihbard Squash, Oransres,
Carrot. tweet Cider,
Jersey S'eet Potatoes.
Telephone vonr order 1 187.
1 heaters fn llnmmh.
There is r o Bnrmcse theater, but when a
Barman vi -.hes to eiitertjiin his friends he
engages a t:-oop of actors and actresses to
give a perfi rrniuice in aFpace which he cur
tains olf ou side bis house. Scenic effect is
entirely dispensed vith, the stage being
simply a platform decorated with flags.
When the .ic tors and actresses have said
their parts taey step down from the plat
form to sit among the audience and smoke
their cheroots until it is time for them to
go on nga. n. No dressing rooms are pro
vided for them, and they are therefore
Friday Eve, Jan. 20.
WEBSTER and BRADY'S S u-erdous
of the Sea.
Two Oar.oiids of Scenery,
The Wrcc ir Mid-Ocen,
The Laving of the Cable,
The Ten Tr inff irmations of the Ocean's Drpths.
An Innovation in Bienlc Sp endor.
Feats on tale. Tricea 73, 50 and 25c.
Burtis Opera House,
Sunday, Jan. 22nd.
MATINKE AND NIGHT.
Wm. A. BRADY'S Elaborate Trod-jction of
Dion BoucicauU's Masterpiece.
Snrjerb ca?t in the conceit hall scene.
The Phenomenal C il) Arli t.
HERBERT LA MARTIfjE
The Petite Comelterm s. The Stewart Sioterf.
The fa orltea Mclutyrc & Ileaih, bUck
rScat? on ale at the OiK-ra Ugiiw. Trices
1 00. 75, 50. and C5 cents.
Burtis Opera House,
Tuesday Evening Jan. 24.
Kn;ag ment cf the great Eng'Uh Actor,
Direct from Hoolej'a Theatre, Chicago.
By Henry Arthur Jones, anthor of the
rri es $1.50, 100, 75 and Mc. Boxes $12 00.
tiSeats at Flukes, Satnrday Jan. 2:tt. Tele
p one No. 30.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday, January 2?rd.
MARK MURPHY'S COMEDIANS
la the La est Optratic Comedy,
Vark Vnrphy, Tavid Oonrov,
James Thornton, Tony P t ii gs
FredC. l;yno!d, Kmil Krharat,
Yolanrie York , Marie Camll.
Lot ie Mealy Matk. Jennie MnrphT,
nolle It rooks, Elma Wtitoa. "
JenrieGravea, Delcie Walker,
As produced under tbe mantgcrn'nt of
Eugene Willington throughout tte conntrv last
season, when 1( received mstaat recognition of
the. Press and Pahltc a tbe mot snccrtffnl
compeiirtnomajwe up ixlore tne admiring operntie comedy. ITeented by a strong company
gcis.tr ui ine uuujuiiuv. iue lJlay 13 8S a rule i ul p1uK'uk auu ua' cing anisia
far too realistic to please respectable Euro
peans, but Lhe Burmtwe follow the fortunes
of the prini-e untl princess the chief charac
ters are air ict invariably royal personages
with the greatest interest.
The performance generally commences at
0 o'clock lit night, and frequently the do
ings of the hero and heroine are strung out
to such an enormous length that daybreak
finds the actors still performing and the
audience as interested as ever. Sometimes
the play is so long that it takes three
nights to get through it. Fortnightly Re
view. Could Boys' Marriagea.
Jay Gould's sons have shown good sense
In the choice of wives. Financially thej
are as well equipped as the members of the
Astor and Vanderbilt families, and their
weddings in this respect could be made as
significant. Fortunately tbe boys have not
been infected with tbe idea tiiat it was
necessary to make distin-ruitJied "alli
ances." This idea is one of the natural
products t f an aristocracy of birth, and has
been destructive of more bappinesn than
any other of the social lawn v. Lica arbi
trarily forbid a man or woman to marry
tbe purser, cf his choice. Ed win Gould be
came the husband of a girl who ban no par
ticular cliim to financial or social distinc
tion. She pleased him, and be knew of no
KOrion why be should not marry her if she
was willing. Uis elder brother followed
tbe same rule and bas been happy in his
iLoice. Iirooklyn Eagle.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Ured in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Sents on sale Saturday Jannary 2 let. Pricei
75,50, and 25 cents.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all eight with soft coal;
Till not or t-m ke; heitvy steel bodv;
'ure ash run. Cull and enmine this
wondetful stove oM hy
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of lhe
From a large nnmber of letters In pesse sioa of
the manu'actareri intorsing th suporiority of
the KimV all Piano we mention the following well
known mnp'.c'acs who have used and recommend
Actrlina Pstti, Sl. Tonncno, S r. Sarasate,
l.tlli Lehman, Mai A!varv. OtMe Mnsin,
ie lla'.ik, Sg Del Putnte. . Behrens,
V me. A 1 bail. Pig. Arrtiti. P. S. U lmore,
Wme. Nordica. Einil Fischtr, A. D N.ivellig.
Fnrsch-Ma.ii, Pig. rcroti. Kmil l.lh ing
.Vme. Fiibri. Sig. Hevelll, hs. Knn' el,
Cli m inline dc V. re, W. C. E. 8ctvek
Ana many other imminent mns:cians of Enr.
ope and Ameriia.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
Renins and authorities of the wcrld mav he found
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
an Portable ripe o gars as well as well a the
ce'ebra ed Hallet A Davis and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the wareroome cf
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Fall Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of doirestie
and imoord ritars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all tbe ball games wi'l bj received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
108 Record Avenue.
1-3 per cent
SPECUL 1-3 off the price
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plash garments excepted.
This is a bi? discount,
but we make it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look small.
BARGAINS. As w?
nreDarinc fn .
tory you. will fina .
o " 'U UIr?$Jl.
5PECUL.-20 p,r CeE,
count off all Pn5l
tions. 1 5 dVrlnr'di
present pi ice.
Look what you can
Buy for One Cent.
A Sponge - - lc 4 Envelopes
1 Tin cup - - lc 1 Necklace
I Doztm O pins - - lc 4 Collar battens
I Nutmeg greater - - ic 2 Dozen aget but tons
1 Thitnb e - lo 1 Dozen pants buttoEs
2 Lead pencils - - lc 1 Paper needles
1 Rubber tip pencil- - lc 1 Crochet hook
2 Penholders - - lc 10 Slate petals
1 Tablet - - lc 1 Spool embr Hery pill;
I Paper hook acd ey s lc 2 Drehs stays
1 Paper pins - - lc 1 Yard lace
3 Sheets writing paper - lc 1 Yard ribbon
THE DDT.Ti M HI
J. YOUKG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Is now located in hi j new shop.
Wr"Lisht shoes a specialty.
O O I Oi j. u i
A l f 1 i 1 Ii ii .-i . . s
iiu we nnu our siock airogetner to larere. narticularlv in u
1 11 I I I V J I I III I 1 I 11 1 1 I fl I I I IV V f W r 1T1 I IQTQtW 1 f T I till
we have trotted out our old War Horse
Which has always been the most effective and speediest for accomplishing our aim.
IN SMALL LOTS WE IlAVE MADE ISlli CUTS It is not that we can nffnrrl thia W if ho. .wa Wn nnr voW
at a Joss rather than carrv over.
IN MEN'S OVERCOATS where there ar one and two of a kind, the price has been reduced as much as $6.00. 1
every instance ther has been a .-ut of from f 2 00 to 15.00. In a few lots the price remains the same. Bny the liner ff
ruy a auu vjiiiiarn 8 wercoatB ifii,
,f 9 50 grades of Children's Overcoat's reduced to $7 50
7 75 pra-ies of Children's Overooats j educed to 6 00
6 75 grades of Children's Overcoats reduced to 5 00
116.50 caades of Rovs' Overcoats reduced to W
13 50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced tJ
8.50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced w
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III! Kill lit I I I VI I I VI S-VT IX f A I I ll I 1 I lf- I (PVI lir-lllV lT I l-minV rv.-l..AW mhtM thnumin II
- w. iiut liiui in. v.. ii. ,uiji vu uiw uwi IUUW yJI VlULlllllV UIIJUULCU. d 111 W11C1I LI1CV ilHii"-
u j...--! 'i. r . , . or. Z " J a
-5 - .. t"-- " " " u.uig lv ii ii. it j an
opportunity to invest. Better take advantage of it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Sho House -n Rock Island County. 1729 2d ave., H6to 122 W