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THIS AKGUS, SATUliDAY, J ANU Alilt 21,' 1893.
1jk5 tfceColuinbla adr.
wn ooe eaie ai. x is )
Sfcelt shoes 3 75 M. & K.
3&wdl shoes $3 73 M. A K.
M owrcous $12 90 M. &K.
9 wHhce t 14.75 M. & K.
;76 weh shoes f 2.50 M . & K.
IK 50 overcoats now f 5 M. & K.
jmoch s; he Btar ssloon tonight.
ulsters now $3 90 M. & K.
"KOTsrcoats now 17.50 M. & K.
a pacts $1, worth 2 M. & K -.Ibtciiets
35 cents at the Columbia.
Ooypcr boilers $ 2.43 at the Colamb.k.
fm lunch at the Star ealoDn tonight.
ITbwKi for rent, 1407 Second avenue,
lied M. & Fi. clothing sale ad on last
fysici lr.nch at Ferdinand Haldorf's
yr9iibeil rooms to rent, 1132 Third
3fnr carpets arriving da ly at Ck m nn
Jters overcoats at $5--former rr.ee
JV-"V, worth $10-M. & K.
$erge B. Browner is reported, if any
a trifle improved today.
5Vr Tri-City Travelers' association
artn as its rooms this evening.
!ferlnand Holdorf will serve a grand
ittT l jDch to his friends toaieht.
"iji" Nellie Fry, of Siroia, Ontario,
a-VTBiting at the hem of Chief Rim-
Mts Henry Curtis leaves
St Paul on an extended vi
"V. H Alber.on, of Little Kick, Ark ,
S'T.-.n city oi a visit to friends un 1 rel-
Si is the last day for the one rent
fcWat the Colombu. Ti?td tLe odver-
irw i;ne if folding bed just receiv
tiC.exiwi & Sslzma.in'e. Call and
in exxe'lrnt opportunit to bay welt
Vces, lidics" Tue M. & K. are hnviDg a
2Sss Minnie Trorublcy, of Le CUire, has
iwca ppendins; a few days in the city vi9
.-tuuo'.ien of $1.25 a pair on all weit
Atei ranging in price from $3 75 to 3
Jchccider is giving away books, go to
Uie late Carss & Co. 's store and get
ene. Held his ad.
T.ke a day off, and examine the fine
e-tate Huesing has to offer, tie has
mi fine bargains.
All ladies' welt shoes from $3 75 to 6
-Miotlcd in the special sale commencing
'ia morning at lb.3 M. & K.
Some of the handsomes. patterns of
wreU tver shown in the city are arriv
sfTa'Iy -t Q.0.Hucklaedt's.
One car load of bed room suits on the
for C emann & Sa'zaiann's, and two
mm will follow in a few days.
A meeting of the Tri-City Ministerial
wtosiation will be held at the Y. M. C.
.ik st 10:30 o'clock on Monday morning.
C. J. Heath, of the Western Union
Wecraph office, leaves this evening for
" Msincs to spend Sunday with
Tots is just the weather for weit shoes
ad just the time to lay in a supply dur
jsg M. & K 's speciil sale of ladies' welt
'Jfw. Julia A. Weaver, of Chicago, is in
ie city visiting at ihe home of her grand
iwifihter, Mrs. H. P. Greenough on Fif--er;h
IXt?e you seen Blaisdcll's Parliaments-JT-rales?
If not, you had better examine
Ujbs 5 cents a copy at Gait's, 1815 Seo
V.aval Secretary Blakeslee will speak
at ie joune men's meeting in the Y. M.
4! A at 8:30 p. m. tomorrow, to which
3J? E. Johnson returned today from
i-'siatoo, Ky , af:er. spending seven
week with her daughter, Mrs. W. 8.
Of ant of that city.
Jw;o?ney Joseph L. Haw filed a peti
'kto h the county csurt today for his ap
30rjla3:at as administrator of the estate
tie late Mrs. Louisa Moritz.
M's Effij Stone, daughter of H.N.
teeas, has arrived in the city from Qiin
Tt asd is assisting her father in the prep-
vrst'.on of the new directory.
Ctic! Clerk R, C. Wiilerton. of the
3rpt7, is confined to the house with
'3i3ea6-arid Night Clerk Brough is attend
ee to the duties during his absence.
Aitsvricg of $1 25 a pair must be an in
itseeoest you cannot afford to overlook
Ike npecial eaie of ladies' welt shoes
'htcb opened this morning at the M & K-
Hjwv S'jhwecke, whose residence has
iecc io Chicago for the past four years,
?tM.o returned in Rck Island to make bis
lme with bis brother, Herman Schwecke.
Motbing so complets, nothirg so suis
iactory, nothing go cheap as Hlaisdell's
Pocket Parliamentary rules 5 cents a
cpy at M. Lee Gait's 1815 Second avs-
All kinds of crockery, tinware and
aaswart) at the Eistern fair. Glats
mblers IT cents and op, bird cages 35
oasis aid up and yellow ware at lowert
Tnomas Fhey. who-was injured by a
Sail ob the icy pavement some two wws
o, is able to be about again His
Sporting" friends, with whom br m
qttits popular, will be glad to hear till
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Poi3er. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
he ii on the road to recovery.
Grtnd masquerade ball given by the
Rock Island Turner society. Feb. 11 at
Turner hall. All w shine invitations-pr
tickets may eel then at Turner hall or cf
Editor Van Home, of the Muscatine
News-Tribune, it im pro vine. He is able
to leave his bed uov and put on bis re
chiving fown, and before loog hopes to
dc b bis working clothes.
It has bef n report! d that a crew of men
are engaged in cutting ice at the mouth
O'theMoline sewer. Here is something
for toe health autho-ities of the cities cf
Rock Iland and Mo .ne to investigate.
The Twin-City Dancing academy will
ho d its weekly dace eg school at RoscV
Tuesday's. Instruction from 7:83 to 9:30
p.m. Single lesconi 75c or $2 50 for a
te.m of six regular lessons. D .ncii g
from 9 to 12
T. J. Buford arrived in the city from
St. Paul this mornin and was pleased to
find that his mother, who has undergone
a critical illness, is inproying much more
ripidly than he txp'Ced. He will visit
h:re a few days.
The crossing to tl c ice at the foot of
Seventeenth street h.s become so danger
ous that it has betn abandoned audit
will probably uOt be safe for persons to
attempt locraes at that point, It t-hould
bi avoided if possible
The Young People's ast-ociation of the
Broadway Presbyterian church will five
a 'literary social" in the Sunday school
roo.n of the church rext Monday tven
iij? They ak all who can. to come rep
resenting an author or a book. A short
musical acd literary programme will be
The canvas? tor th: new directory has
not ytt reen entirely oompleted, it is now
learnt-.d, but soon wil. be. The work on
dispatching aLd call l acks is now beioz
d ne, and those who bave mv'.e changes
in their residences or have not been in
cluded should report it eo that it may be
progeny attended to.
The Tn-City Colnmbinn advertising
committee meets at the rojms of the
Davfnp; rt Business Men's association
next Tuesday evenit.g at 7:30 The
euo-eommittee on plan is in readiness to
report and -is dt sirous that all the mav
ors and all a'dormen of the three cities
attend the meeting, no: limiting the
number to the regulf.r members of the
1. . ttfctlon.
Late orders pertaiaing to the Illinois
National Gdard had b :en -isiued as fol
lows, showing that an election has been
called to fill the position of captain of the
Rodman R fl -s, ia place of Capt. W. T.
An election for cantain of rnmnini A
Sixth infantry, Rfk Island, is ordered
for 8 p. m.. Jan. 30; and an election for
second lieutenant of company B, First
infantry, Chicago, for 8:30 p. m., Jan.
The resignation of William S Brackett.
of Chicago, as colonel and inspector-general
of the Illinois National Guard, is
iccep'cd to date, Jai. 9 1893. Harry
Donovan, of Chicago, is his succes?.
Advertised List No. 3.
List ot letters uncalled fir at the post)ffi:e a
Roak Island, 111. Jan. 20, 18 18 :
Allen W. H. Mrs. Lawrence May Mig
Armstrong J T.AOo. Laron Amonrin Mies
Arehart Hatti V.i?s MfOnwn i Hnht.
Bearraorc J M,
Boroas B. Miss
Ft-t fvr Thomas
Ola kson Lizzie Miss
t onroy I noma? Mrs.
Farshari; V ic
HnntCnl. F. L. (
Mtrr. True Blue f
St( nv, A. D.
M 'n Emma J Mn.
Thurman Walter J.
Van Ouan i - .
Wiilcot C. S. (J)
W:tt Amand Mis
Victht Einrish W-co Fcrdican I
Martch E vald
Howard tKLLs. rostmaster.
'"DEMPoEY FOUND GUILTY.
The I'itUiMirg Jury He "noix-d1 the
Mill M. n.
riTTsP.fi:;. Jan. JO.- The jury in the
Dciupsey trial retired j:t 10:30 yesterday
morning and at 1 :10 p. in. returned with a
verdict that the defendai t, Hugh F. Demp
sey, was guilty of felonious assault wit h
intent to commit murde-. Attorney Por
ter for the defense said the verdict was a
false one, and he would at once move for
anew trial. The innxi mini penalty for
the crime is seven years' imprisonment and
a fine of fcVMi. When D.-mpsey heard the
verdict the color left his face and beads of
perspiration stood out nron his forehead.
With bowed head lie left the courtroom
in company v.-ilii his atiornev. Dempsev
said he had 110 comment to make except
to reiterate the deelarati n that he is an
Natalie and Milan Reconciled.
Belg RALE, Jan. 21. Oil cial confirmation
is given to the report eurreut Thursday
that a reconciliation had been effected be
tween ex-King Milan and his divorced
wife Natalie. What the political result,
if any, of this reconciliation will be can
not be prophesied, but t he official state
ment that l he differences between the ex
king and Natalie have been settled has
caused ureal popular rejoicing. '
Tre largest sum ever p;iid for a dog was
that given by the late "F.-itz" Emmet, the
actor, who paid (5,000 for the largest St.
Bernard In the world. The dog's name
"I suffered for two jears from a la
cough and pain in my rbest I tritda
number of remedies, but Dr. Bull's Couch
Syrnp was the only on.; that effected a
cure. P. J. Murphy, Ashley. Pa.
Hale of ladies'
Welt shoes at M .
& K 's.
hr daily argus dkuvkrbd at your
uoor every eremng for MHc per week.
WANTED AT THK O. R. I. A p. BOUND
bou;e at once 20 men to shovel mo and
WANTED A COMPTEST COOK APPLY
at Mr. Btnirt Birpei', AUeo Mreet.
South Kock Islsnd.
WANTKr A GOOD STRONG ABLE BODIED
Itirl for ceneia1 honaewirk. Apply 323
Brady ebect, Davenport.
VU ANTED A GIRL IS YB ARS OF AGE. GER
man preferr d, to et as nurse. Mra, M.
Koi i EtrLUemh street and Sixth avenue.
WAXTSD TWO OR THREE UNFrBNlSH
ed rooms for hone keeping, stea-n beat
jireferred. Address, J. W.D. AnousOmcE.
ANTiD ACTIVK, INTELLIGENT GEN
tlemcn of 1 ree acquaintance to repretent
the SAFKrV KITV n U.nHfinmA InMma A A
j drets, with rt ferences, Manner, 447 Rookery,
WE OFFER AGENTS B:G MON SY, N EX
- iciiuuij. uur vaie sen a, tigm in
city or country. Apents first in field actus ly get
tn"rirh. nniipniinii. A i . . i eo :i
- d ' .i ..11c waj vii mcu fDl.iA'i
ocan yon. Catalogue free. Addre-s, Ai.pink
oatz Co.. No. S0-37i Clark sreet Cincinnati,
Burt is Opera House,
Sunday, Jan. 22nd.
MATINEE AND NI'JllT.
Wm. A. BR,rY"S E:aboiae rroilaciion of
Dion Boucicau't's Masterpiece-
Snporb in ths couo. it Iva'.I m-ctic.
The Phenoniwiil CoiM aiti.U
HERBERT LA MARTIME
The Tetite Comciierncs. The Ttcwart Si-ters
The fa'oMics Mcli.tyre & Heath, tl.;ck
WSeat on sale at the Opera Ilonse. Pricu
tl 00. 75, 50, and C5 ccn's.
urtis Opera House,
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 24.
En?ag ment of the great English Actor,
MR. G. S. WILLARD,
Direct from Hco!ey"s Theatre, Chicago.
By Henry Arthur Jones, author of the
Pri es $1.50, 1 00, 75 and 51c. Boies $12 00.
IT'Seats at Flukes, Saturday Jan. S:st. Telc
ptonc No. 20.
J. E. Montrose, M
iWonday, January 2?rd.
MARK MURPHY'S CO VIDIANS
In the La est Operatic Comedy,
Kred C. i yt olds,
Yolanrte Yor k ,
Lor te Mealy Mack,
Tony P Hieps,
Varle fa- ill.
As produced nndrr the manngem'nt of
Eugene Wnlingtn tlironghout the country last
seaon, when it teeeived instant recognition of
the Press and Puhllc a- the most successful
opcrst c comedy. Presented by a stror.g company
of hinuing and i!ai cing artists.
Seats on sale Saturday January Slst. Trices
T5, 50, and 25 ceuts.
IT SS UNNECESS
To enter into a great long sensational article regarding the extra
ordinary reductions in price we have made throughout our entire
stock. The fact is, we have just let the contracts for the manu
facturing of our spring stock, previous to the arrival of which
we are bound to unload, and this is
$ 7.50 Men's Overcoats at $5.00, worth $10.00
10.00 Men's Overcoats at 7.50 " 12.50
13.50 Men's Ulsters, dandies, at 8.90 " 18.00
Men's warranted not to rip pants at $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, and $2.co. Just as good as those other
dealers advertise at $2.50.
The prices quoted above are what the goods are worth the
price we have been selling at and the reduced price. We guar
ntee the reductions a positive saving in every instance.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe Hou5e in Rock Island County. 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep ore all nigtit with soft coal;
will not eas or sm'ike; heavy step body;
le.re ash pan. Call and eximine this
wordeiful stove sold hy
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
Froa a large number of letters in posse sion of
the mann'actnrerj indorsing the snpetiority of
the Kimball Tiano we mention the following well
known mnsic'ars who hve uaed end recommend
y inr ie llauk,
Sig. Tom ifno, Slg. Sarasate,
Max Alvary. Ovtrte Mnsin,
s e Del Putnte. ". Behrens,
Sig. Arditi. P. S. G'lmore,
Emil Fischer, A. I Novellis,
Sig. r'crot'. Emil Lli bilng,
Sie. Ktvelli. hs. Kunttel.
,ue. r aori.
KMt mentine ac v . re, v. c. t. steooeck
And many other prominent mcgiCians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorstd by the coV.ectlve
(renins and authorities of the world mav he found
in large variety, together with the Kimbail, Reed
an i Portable pipe o.-fans as well as well as the
ce'ebra ed Ballet & Davis and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the wareiooms of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cigars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne,
CLOAKS. 33 1-3 per cent
discount on cloaks this
SPECIAL. 1-3 off the piice
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plush garments excepted.
This is a bi? disccunt,
but we make it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look small.
Look what you can
Buy for One Cent.
A Sponge - - lc 4Envelop.es - - ic
1 Tin cup - - lc 1 Necklace - - ic
i Dozen 0 pins - - lc 4 Collar battous - - ic
I Nutmeg greater - - lc 2 Dozen aget buttons - lc
1 Thimble - - lc 1 Dozen pants buttons - k
2 Lead pencils - - lc 1 Paper needles - - Ic
1 Rubber tip pencil - - lc 1 Crochet hook - - ic
2 Penholders - - lc 10 Slale pencils - - lc
1 Tablet - - lc 1 Spool embr idery silk - lc
I Paper hook acd ey s - lc 2 Drees stays - - lc
1 Paper pins - - lc 1 Yard lace - - k
3 She?ts writing paper - lc 1 Yard ribbon - - lc
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Is now lucated in hie new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
t" Hcht shoes a sp. eialty. Opposite the OU ftar.i
g Do It.
$15.00 Men's Overcoats at
18.00 Men's Overcoats at
22.00 Men's Overcoats at
Big reductions in Boys'
preparing to tae inven
tory you will find m,
bargains in dreF9 g0oa8
v efore we begin to ffipas.
FPEfir at. on .
count off all plush gat.
rnents with two excep.
tions. 1-5 deducted from
1803 Second Avenne.
$11.00, worth $19.50
12.90 " 20.00
Suits, Boys Kne
ave., 116 to 120 18th St