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THgjLKCJK TUESDAY., JANUARY 2, 1893.
15c boyO cans 25c.
ttofcfo boya'taps, rotor.rlce J75c.
KK&'fif . ' I
4ge Glenn arrived in the city todiy
Inn ineet. f-i . ' .
Awl received a shipment of ladies' calf
c rtoes at Dolly Bros1 .
Kwtiea' snoo'd not fail to attend fhe
especial Mia of wlt eboea at the M. &
U:;;'"' : fir :-;r? ir;
Newn on "the March of
iri3tioa" at the First M. E church
Bishop Newman lectures tonigntjat the
Km M . Cnurcb. on "The March of
Ovili-aa ion . . ... ., . r"
LdieV weit (extension aolet) shoes.
fH ess thita at former price nil this
vet k at IkeM.iK,' '
Ot of the clerks at the "Ryck Island &
r.m depot will lake a bride unto him
seil so.,h vi-ry near future. 1
Twnorrnw being toe Feast of ,tiie Con
Mofaof S'.. Pau,here wiH tfe services
at Trj chinch a'10a. m." -
"?is-;Marcb of Civilization - is tbe
C9:r B slop Newman's lecture at Jhe
JPfctt M "fe church this evening !Ga and
Lest A pocket book containing a sun)
I raon?. a ,rilrMtd pass and cither
S&.PRT3. r; B-iture 'o C J Hea'.h. WM'ern
Bkjjrti itoe, afid receive a liberal ewarrl
35: Seatley Sutton's wife seenrvd the
2--7te fnm htt husband in the circuit
eurt trt Div-npnrt yesterday afternoon
torn tb 4 roar. (I non-support and deser
lice. .i; . .
The Vliil. r &,Co. well drillers who are
.akincr, the Miu hell & Lvnoe nn8ian
have ri'cMed a dep'h of 2,200 feet
wbJ are H-:ny do vn at tte rate ot 20 feet
C F. Gaetg. r rtturned from Savann
mi i an. I re puna tnal a toot anil a
Jlf of anow fell (Reru last niwht. so th-it
ssiay-ij :he r ads running out of there
fie le B&iwp Phi'li pa-Brooks, of
Bfmvicoust-tts. was a Sunday eehiol
rUiate of Ktv R.F Seel, of tbi.-
Jt7, when bth were boys in Boston
wrtaaf years ago.
A HiarriHir- license was issued th's ,af
3raoon t K.itcrl Hleuer and Miss Flor
ence O wt:d tv (;ounty Cltrk K'hler
Tbey will be married at ice home ot ,ihe
ride on Twen'y-sixth street this even-
Tie Morrell L'quor Cure of this city
SM just recfclVid another strong endorse
KM In n. Heniy VUUrd, ot Jikw
'Sot', oaring arranged for the treatment
( 10 caves f ineinency in wom-:n at
Eke Riverside Rest.
Tb subscription sub-committ"e f ihe
Twi-C;ly Committee has been doini; bni
filtte bustling bo far, but has received nd
Btknal subscriptions amounting to
The committee proposes to get
ewt gain acd make a more de termini d
Tke special sale of ladies' welt (ex ten
mb sole) thoes drew another bii; crowd
A the M. & E. yesterday. The sale con
taie all ibis week. -Do not fail to at
tend H as it is not often you bave an op-
fcrtunity to save a $1.25 on a pair of
Washineton dispatches are to the effect
tfcat specifications have Deen sent out for
nstt ef th. work on a number of govern
ment buildings, including Rock IsItndV.
3oppose this is due ta some of our ex
ocressm n's correspondence with Gen.
5bf far the presence of mind and
promptness of action of Rilph L'imont
ttcre miiiht bave been a conflagration at
ttie xesidence of Capt. Qeortte Lamont
m Seventeenth street last evening. A
in the hall exploded and fell to the
rtxir, and as quick as & flash young La
SMdtt subdued and smothered it.
Tie Fourth District Sundiy School
cawveotion met today at Viola, 111. It
wnapriaes the counties of Ronk Island.
IPecwr, Whiteside, Knox and Henry, and
wffl be in spsfion three days. Rev. J. H.
Kerr of the Central Presbyterian church
ftltbta ciry is In attendance, and delivers
rm stress this evening. :
Xas Gstetleabauer d ed at hia home,
3CC7Tenth averue, at 3:80 o'clock yestcrs
Mf att rnoon ot tSnclil e Qiseaee. atred 42
months. He leaves besides a
iCT. three 6on and" ooe daughter The
ftaaara-1 which will be in charge of ti e
Severs Catholic Union, will be te'd
rm ftt. Mary's Catholic ckurch at 9
aftJoct tomorrow morning.
A.!hrgs parly of friends of Missjaura
t3Sd assembled at her home. 263)
3e-vi avenue, lait evening and helped
tr to oelebrate her birthday. Some 40
l h7 yuagfriends were present and the
vcaiag wita very pleasantly passed in
gases and other amusemen'g A fine
HipeT' was served and the evening will
! be remembered as a yery happy
Am-important change ban taken place
im the atackholdera of the Moline Central
md, Messra. Porter, Hemenway and
SMBWall having transferred their holdings
tte corporaticn to Measrs. Velle, Guy-
and McCabe, who are now in entire
mtrol of the road. Mr. Velie is presi
elt, while Mr. Guyer is secretary. an.l
the shoulders of the latter the an
i management of the road will dvoi
Bert Ealcombe.the former Rock Island"
cr wko made such a pleasant impression
4t?a7k Murphy company laif night.
awvT8 bis present engagement Feb 4 to
se the baritone parts with the Baker
The only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia; N, Alum.
3Ised in .Millions of Homes 40 Years the' Standard
Opera company. He will be succeeded
McHenry coumpaey. Manager Eugene
Wellinston of the O'Dowd's Neichbora"
fjnmpaoy.aih ooa f "ifce m6l clever snal'
anecesiu' frmnageri injie c xmTtv jflrioi
Hr BaleorniwiMst i.iht: vit ft husja
promii-irg future, lie is leaving our
company .to better, himself. I hope he
will, but he can' come back to me it
a good salary wher ever be so rlesirca."
n l !
But It Mads the Proprietor
aa Hot ai
i The preuy, pinmpj .demur ijoung
girl who cef urrfes tb 'cashier's desk ae
a Nassau street luncheon room sat on
ner. elevated i pei ch unarrested her;lllel or care, it seemed to' be lokic
cheek on her liand,1 sSys the N,
Her fonphcad was a .network, of fine
lines, and ' she had1 no appreciative
smile. pr the clerks .and office rboys
who had come to belfere liipch incom
plete withbut one: and they felt that
they had not their dime's worth.
fche raked in) thc-.tmiall' c,hange as i
was tendered ?ith a' reOCnictorv air,
and one couKl see she toolriio pleasurl
in ner duties;. . . t u,
it, w as ptuin that she hfld a Pevera
headachevand- wanted vothifrg but1
quiet seclusion, a scent battle hd aft.
easy sofa. .'Men vho hadhadKCxpe-
rience with women lookeulat bet and
felt sorry for lier. VJ t-j
One sncli was a 'vaiter ho. ctrstoib1
being lijjht at thai hour, ttts sweeping
among me chairs rud losvHig no visf-
Dio trace ot uis passage. ( ile saw the
pretty cashier sittnjr thrre with her
face puckered up. He ,ent oyer to
her and tried to elisor Iict- with a few
words suitable to the oeoasionl i She
merely nodded a n ply.
"Lei's see what 1 ve p;ntn niypock
ets for yon," said the' waiter, adapting
the tone one uses toward -a hill. He
felt in the depth of his j:eket pocket
and brought - fori t a srYiall obiect.
There! You can have That to play
w ith," said he. H) laid'it down and
went about his business. ""'
She picked it up without the least in
terest in the world and looked at it.
It was only a oothmon ted fire-cracker.
and she bad no use for it. She did not
eviu smi.le at the humor of the gift.
She itnally thrus , it on one of the
wooden toothpicks; that stood in a hure
ouucU before her. I hey were tied
about with a bright-hued' ribbon, and
the firecracker amo ig them had a cer
tain decorative effei t that held her for
a moment. ;Then she turned away
a;tain andnuised htr headache.
a man wun a fvinkle in his eves
came up and paid his reckoning. He
had a good light on his cigar and he
touched the fuse of the iirecracker
w it h it. The cashier did not even look
up as he passed by. He went to a cor
ner and jingled the change in his
pocket while he awaited developments.
They were not Ion Tin comino;. With
a spiteful little bang the hrecraker ex
ploded, i ne toothpicks fell in all di
rections. The casl ier and fourteen
other girls screamed.
The proprietor rut bed forth and ex
claimed: "I'd sive 50 to know who
did that." The nailer heard him and
got out ot sight. Then things quieted
down and the apprentice girl in the
place was set to gathering up the
But the pretty -ashier smoothed
down her hair, looked up with an un
clouded face, and said, with a little
-Well, it cured mv headache, anv
how." Her Schemes Were in Vain.
It was at the hotel table and thev
looked suspiciously HVe a bridal couple.
uiu muir conversatioi seemea to ills-
prove the theory, says the N. Y. Ad
He had explained in rather loud
tones that he had sewed the loop on
bis overcoat with white thread, and
ehe had told him tbst if be had any
ingenuity he could have made it black
by drawing it through the ink bottle.
fco that every one could see thev
were "old married people," for of course
oriae would have rcj roachfullv asked
m why he hadn't!let her do it! Then
they began to order their dinner.
Will von have a redhonH rfiiolr nr
mallard?" he asked.
"I'm sure I don't know," she re
turned, airily. "I dont know the dif
ference between a redhead duck and
a blue-eyed pheasant."
The flippancy disconcerted him for a
moment, but he seemed to remember
something and went oi:
"WelL hrrw do sorre broiled quail
"Broiled or stewed, it's immaterial
to me," she answered iionchalautlv.
Then he became cross and delivered
himself of an opinion.
"See here, Alice, you've got to de
cide. I don't want" to -go and order
something for our first dinner "
And then be suddenly paused as
"Oh, hush! I knew you'd forget.
You've given it away after all my at
tempt to seem so old married! Oh!
A piece of frog's skin not larger in
diameter than the rubber tip on a lead
pencil has more pores in it than there
are meshes in the mosquito netting on
Salvation Oil, the greatest enre on
earth for pain, is nniveastdly accepted ky
horsemen and veterinarans as the ne
plus ultra of linimen'e
1 1 ;.i
bleeseii thing mem
or! flow it bringsupth4 p:aB
ureb of the'p86t, and, liidea ita
unpleasantteasL, Yc n recall
yptir childhood '.'days,, d you
not, and .w'str they would re
turcrYou tenderabiT tie pleae
autlaseocittions. While ha nti.
pleasant . ones : .are forgotteD.
' - Perhaps, to -your mind comes
fae ot some friend It was once a
I P&,e( d face. It eh'dwed marks of pain.
into the hereafter, the unknown fnt.irT
And then tu recalled how it briahtened,
hew; it recovered its rosy hue, bow it De
camp a picture f happiness and joy. To
ycuhm'irber these things? Many pe -pie
do, and gladly tell how the health n
turntdi l,6w happiness casa back, how
the world seemed "bright. They tell hw
theji were Ion ce weak, nervlcss. pethps
in pfttn, certainly unhapry. They tell
o Steeple! nights, restless dijs un
touched ford, unstrubg nerves Acd
they teil how they b?cm happv.healthv
and Strong once more. You hive heaid
U often in the pist. h .ve you not? You
bav heard people t scribe' how
they. wpre cured ' acd k-ot in
beal h?- You ceitr.inly can remember
what it is that has so hK'r.H
;people in America. If not. liven to what
Mrs. Annie Jenness Miller, who is known
universally as the prest dre? reformer,
siys: "Six veara ngo, when sufTrin2
from mental cre and overwnrW, I re
ceived the mos ronounced henefH from
the use or :hr cr-wt wedicin.-, Wnrrer's
9feCure." Ah. no TO,i remember
Now y-Mi rtcail how many r'ople you
bave hetrd guy tbia ssm; ihT'. Now
you n collect how murh tpu cav- heard
of this Kreat Cure. Now ,u are ready
to ad nit that, memory is usn-tl'v nV,s.
ine, but the bight st plen ure comes from
perreci Detltb, and that this great rem
edy has done more to produce and pro
long health thn any other discover?
tvrr umiwn m tne entire history of the
Burtis Opera House,
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 24.
Engag ment of the great EngMfh Actor,
MR. G. S.WILURD,
Direct from Hooley't Theatre, Chicago.
By nenry Arthor Jones, author or the
Tri es $1.50. 1 03, 75 and 50c. Boxes $12.00.
rvScats at Fioke, Satnrday Jan. St. Tele
ptone No. 20.
Burtis Opera House,
TWO PERFORMANCES !
Wednesday and Jan. 25
Thursday , and 26:
THE WORLD PAMED
Grard Fairy-ltke Pantomimic
New Tabloaus, New Scenery. New Treks, New
Music, Jew Wonders, Gorgeous
Prices fl, 75, 50 and 5c. Seats at Fluke's
Tuesday Jun.21. Telephone No. 21.
10 enter into a
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 $2.00. Just as good as those other
dealers advertise at $2.50.
The prices quoted above are what the goods are worththe
price we have been selling at and the reduced price. We Guar
antee the reductions a positive saving in every instance. &
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock Island Countv. 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not l'hs or sm -U'-; heavy steel tody;
l'ure aih pan. Call and tnuiine this
wonderful etove sol-.l .y
The Verdict of Great Artietg
In Ftvi-r of the
From a large immber of letters in posso viou ot
the inann'actnrerj inlorsin the mpeilority of
Ihe Kiml all Piano we mention the following well
known music'ars who have used and recommend
Jrfinr ie Hack,
Sis;. Toimsno, S:fr. Saraxate,
Max Ahary, Ovlle Mneln,
s K Del Tuentc. ft. Behrenp,
Sg. Antiti, P. S. Uilmore.
Em l Fifihtr, A. I Novellis.
Sip. I'eroti. Emil bilng.
Sic. Rivelli. t'hia. KnnkeL
.Mme. f son.
v;meniine Qe , re, w. t. E. s . euoeck
Ad4 many other i-romincat mnsiciana of Ear.
ope and Ameriia.
The piano thos indorsed by the col'cctlve
Renins and authorities of the wor'd mav ha fonnd
in large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
an Portable pipe organs as well as well m the
eclebra ed Bal!et& Davis and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the warero"ms cf
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball " Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of dorr ex tic
and imported ciiars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the Ball games wi'l be received
daily. , ,
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
Ib08 Second Avenne.
jl'lli .! II 1 K It il IKUitlli
. . . iMiBBBMiMMMMMiaitlM,iM".!'y
great loner sensational artiH rprromrv
1 -' IMcfNTIRE BROS.
CLOAKS. 33 1-3 per cent
discount on cloaks this
SPECIAL.-1l-3 off the price
of all Ladies' cloaks,
' plueh garments excepted.
; This is a bi discount,
but we make, it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look small.
Will Not be Undersold.
Calico per yard S. 4
Blown rUes tumbleis. lead slots,
set of six ..!. . .20
Blown plss tumblers, ergraved,
set of six 23
Blown glass tumbler, engraved,
set of six 3S
250 slightly soiled, over and un
der Phirts 10, 12 and .15
BirdcageR 48 up
Eight-day clocks, walnut frames,
J-bour strike 2 97
Nickel alarm clocks , . . . .7S
7 spool embroidery 5
Positively the lowest.
F J. YOUG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Is now located in his new fhop, ' . . '
At' 324 Seventeenth Street.
WTLitehoc. a, realty. Opposite the U!J ,ud
$15.00 Men's Overcoats at
18.00 Men's Overcoats at
22.00 Men's Overcoats at
reductions in Boys'
BARGAINS. As e
preparing to tak
wry you win find
count, m all yiv.sh
; . i
1-5 deducted fro,,
present pi ice.
Mrs rotts' nickt NjiU'td ini sc-.i
250 men'? bfary iibld shirts. sn.!
drawers, part woo!
Ladies' jersey tibbei paMs, l.'.hc,
an woo;, rj:g oiiraain
Phawl Ftrsps esch
100 bottles nugic cream, low est f n,-
ever made on th's
Satin spir Kick jins
lour choice cf feather hut
minga, this week only
100 boxes papcretts, big value.
Will not be undersold.
1803 Second Avenoe.
$11.00, worth $19.50
12.90 " 20.00
I7.00 " 2vOO
Suits, Boys Knes Pants,
ave 1 16 to 120 18th St
, 1 ; .