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THE AXCGUS..-WEDKEBDAT'J-1 NU Vlt 25. 1893.
: Clolhes lories 7feq at theColqmois,
Look at the west- windowof the
Wne pawing the L odoa look at their
Ifnete Crem 15c this week at the Col
wbfa. Look at the adv.
Tha Hock Wand bridges will be thrown
moem U the public Fiiday .
Mail Carrier Chartes Schneider is laid
tk with typhoid fever.
Mr. and Sirs Morris Roeenfield left for
Chicago lael evening on a week s visit.
II. Arnold has the finest assortment of
tec; domestic and imported cheese in
Miss Jen Hurd who has been spend-
m a few days wi h relatives and friends
here, retnrned to unicago waay.
Louis GlockboS is arranging for a
billiard tournament for local rollers cf
tie ivories that will take place in the
M. E. McHenr? has sold his 340 acre
stock farm near Oeneeen, and will trans
fer his stvck quartered there to his stock
sarin near Freport.
Don't forget that M. Arnold has i?ot
aotbing but the finest cheese, and the
Meortmcnt is the largest ever 'm ported
ia the eity. See list in his ad on seventh
It is not often, ladies, that you have
n opportunity of saving $1.25 on a pair
of shoes the special sale of welt (ezten-
ion eolt) shoes for this week at tbe N
T. offers this splendid inducement by
all neana take advantage of n.
A 5-foot wood split pulley burst at the
FeoDk-'s L'ght and Power company sta
Moo, Molioe, last night, while going at
the rate of 1,700 rvo utions a minu'e and
w workmen oirrowlv es:aued injury
The damage will be $203 and the acci
dent neceaaitat d shutting down tbe
works for a short time.
The evening passenger train on the C ,
M. & St. P. last night in charge of Con
4arifv Tilton was about four hours late
jeaahiog the city at 1'oclock this morn
me. Tbe cause of the deUv was the
leavy snow up the road wnich blocked
all trains in that section more or less
The Milwaukee train this morning left
wrh a "double header" in oider to avoid
any further delay.
Otto Huber returned this mornine
from a two months' business trip to Se
attle, during which he succeeded in con
tolidating tbe brewing interests of Seat
tie and placing them on a prosperous
business basis. Mr. Huber had been
president of tbe Brown Brewing com
acy and the consolidation effected by
aim will be known as the Seattle Brewing
A Malting company, with capital of
James G. Blythe, the well known
wner of the Commercial house .met with
a painful andquite serious accident jester
day afternoon While going along tbe walk
at Ibe corner of Fourth avenue and Six
teenth street be accidently slipped and
fell in such a manner that bis right leg
was caught, injuring it - at the thigh
bone. He was taken to the Commercial
house where he mtkes his home. Con
tiderlng Mr. Blytbe's advanced age 83
years it will probably be some time be
fore be will be about again.
The third oimo recital by the pupils
fProf. S. T. Bowlby occurred at the
tatter's aesid-nce on Third avenua yes
tern oo a. About 00 persons were pres
ent and were delightfully entertained
with an extended programme, every
number on which was creditably carried
out. At the close of tbe progtamma the
ash priz -s offered by the professor to
his pupils for tbe highest percentage in
their studies were awarded. Miss Eina
Kerr receiving the first prize, Miss
Maurine Rtsmussen second, and Harry
A Farewell Dinner.
Concressman Ben T. Cable has issued
invitations for a dinner at bis Washing
ton home Feb. 1 to Senator Palmer, Col
Morriion and tbe democratic members of
th- Illinois delegation. Toe Chicago
Kewa-Rjcord's Washington correspon
dent seeks to attach political significance
to tbe event, but this viow is entirely un
founded, as it will be a purely social oc
casion, simil-tr to others which Mr. Cable
has heretofore given in honor of his Illi
nois ajsiciates and will partake of the
aiture of a farewell to tbe retiring mcn
Vsrs, of which Mr. C ible ia himself odc.
I uurt Callings.
The jury in the case of Ida Johnson, of
Molioe, charged with concealing the
death of ber child, this morning returned
a verdict of not guilty, acd she was dis
charged. In the case in assumpsit of Wilson vs.
Blaksmore, the jury was instructed to
ring in a verdict for the plaintiff of
The case of Barker vs. Anderson, a
oase of appeil from a justice court in a
replevin suit, was taken up today and is
sow in tearing.
Bbaaaauaa carta in a Da.".
"Mystic Cure" for Rbeuinmifm and
Neuralgia radically cures in on o inrre
days. Its action upon the v'tem is
sarkable and mysterious. It i ni e at
once the cause and the dir-- inim.it
titel Imppears. Tho tir- rto-e L"fHi!v
benefits. Warranted Uj O.to Gro jan,
drngeist. Rock l9l(rt.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; Is o Alum.
Tired in- Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
THE FINAL IIFFORT.
That in Behalf of the Twin-City Columbian
The Rock I 'and b.an;u of the sub
scription sub-committee- in connection
with the Twin-City Coliinbin commit
tee is meeting with moro or less encour
agement in its canvass, i.nd ycslerdty re
ceived a couple of thousand dollars more.
If the committee Mods thit with the pro
per effort the amount wnica it seeks to
obtain will be raised, thr time for mk
iug this final effort in the way of sub
scriptions may be ex'.en ! d
There are those in the committee, how
ever, who believe that the best and sur
est course ouli te to call a
meeting of the note endorsers with
the Columbi an commitN e at once and see
what tbey are willing to do in the way of
increasing their Subset ptions, and it is
believed in this way at L ast $80 000 more
could be raised. Such 1 eing the case the
remaining $20,000 cou d be readily se
cured An excellent suggestion has beec
thrown out by Mr. Johnson in cocntction
with the Colum ian exh bition, to the ef
fect that in view of the uncertain condi
tion of the affairs of th i Coe Fair aseo
ciation in regard to a location, tbe direc
tors might be induced to transfer their
grounds to those of the Columbian asso
ciation tra .
The Co'umbi&n en'e"p;ise is by no
m-ans lost if the determination and en
couragement it merits te extended it in
Pocobontaa C 'unrll.
P.icahontas Council 5. I. O. R.
M. installed tbe following officers last
P.cahontas Mrs. Evans.
Winona Miss Gertie Price
Prophetess Mrs. Cbas Oberg
Keeper of R"cords Mrs. Uedberg.
Keeper of Wampum Mrs. Coracran.
Guird of Wigwam J.iss. Johnson.
The council will give sheet ntd pil
low slip party at the naK in Carse bl ick
next Saturdav evening.
Duke Albreebt of Wurtemberg married
at Vienna, Cardinal Gmw ha, archbishop of
Vienna officiating, Arcliduchess Sophie.
Emperor Francis Joseph and other royal
personages were preseut.
The first man to can tomatoes was the
late Harrison W. Cooper, and they were
sola at 50 cents per ceo. This was in
There is no leprosy at Napoleon, O., the
case being a simple tumor.
Tbe congregation of the propaganda
fide is considering tbe question of the ele
vation of the bishopric of Dallas, Tex.,
into an archbishopric.
J, K. Stevens, a leading real estate man
of Saginaw, Mich., has alsconded, leaving
liabilities approaching $50,000.
The Cramp Shipbuilding and Engine
company, of Philadelphia, has awarded the
contract for all the steel of the new bat
tleship Iowa and of the cruiser Brooklyn
to the Carbon Steel conpany, of Pitts
burg. Fire in the wholesale rjueensware store of
George H. Kean and Kite Bros., northwest
corner of 1'enrl and Wa nut streets Cin
cinnati, caused a loss of $50,000; fully in
sured. Governor Altgeld, of 111 inois, has gone to
Asheville, N". C, in search of a better article
of health than he at present enjoys.
lib will be absent from his post for ten
days or two weeks, during which time
Lientenant Governor Gill will be acting
Nicholas Fryman anil his hired man,
John Fox, went out nt ni:ht after cnicken
thieves, taking different r.wds to the chick
encoop. Fox is dead now, and Fryman
says it was an accident.
There will be at the V.'orld's fair a col
umn of anthracite coal ,Vi feet high, 10 feet
square at tbe base, and alout 3 feet nt the
A water snake twelve inches long has
been removed from the stomach of Mrs.
Esther Y. Frazier, of D"nver, who feels
better now. The reptile had troubled her
for two years.
A human skeleton of tbe prehistoric
kind has been dug tip nt Colmesniel, Tex.
It was that of a giant lndi in with his skull
"VVilkesbarre and Pittton, Pa., girls
had a fight in the public tquare nt Wilkes
barre because a Pittston jirl aggravating
ly remarked that all tue - nice young
Wilkesliarre men went t Pittston to see
Like a Good Contndr
is life, became everjbody mast give It npl But
yon needn't bo in a harry about it! Life is
worth the living! To prolong It, IS worth yonr
nntirlng effort ! Don't give u without calling to
jour reicne that grand oi l family medicine Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Many a
woro oat, exhausted body has it made over good
xeaewl It t trengthens, buil s op, invigorate,
aasitlng catnrc, and not violatirg lU Carts liver
di-raa , lndi eatlon, and all b ood-tainte and hu
mor, .-ore and lasting bcn;fit guaranteed, or
mone) tcfunded. A'l droggia.s.
The 'exa for 1803 arc now due and
mHV he unid to the undersigned at Hurst
& D malrison's office in ft'anonic Temple
'Iwk Please brinrr yonr last year's re
ceipt, which will enable t he collector to
ftt.d your description on the tax books.
Wtlliam .T. Gamble.
. World's Fair Visitor.
Desiring pleasant rooms in a private
house will codpuU thfrir interests by com
Riunxating with the nndera:gaed. who
has a houe of fourteen rotms rive blocks
from the mam en'rnce to the World's
f a:r crounds. A W. McCakdlrs 8.
. 1.O01 Maeoric Temple.
rHK DAILY AKGUS DELIVERED AT TOUR
door ev i ercnlns lor issic per week.
1?OR RBNT-A COTTAGE HOI'S K, 800 TWBS-ty-Joaith
street. Apply OB premies.
WAN1EO A COMPETENT COOK APPLY
at Mr.-. Smart' Uirpe., Aiken ttrect.
Soath Rock lelaud.
WANTEr AG OD STRONG ABLE BODIED
(tirl for c.nerl b-msework. Apply &!1
craay eirect, unvcniort.
WANTSD ACT1VB, INTEbLIiiEN V GEN
tlemen of 1 rse acquaintance to reprerc t
the SAFETY FUND. Uanrlsome income. Ad
dress, with rtfereoees. Manager, 447 Rookery.
inicso, j u
P TO 15 PER DAY AT HOME. SELLING
OO Lit-'htninic Plater and J latinsf Jewi-lrt
natchea. tableware. Ac. Plate? of the fincMjew-
e.rv co'Miai'r. :n:a.i ainnnoi meuu, witn io:a
tilver or nicse:. No experience So capital.
Kverv hon-e rj- i.'TO(! necdn platini;.
. X. DKI-NUO &!'). o'a.nnoa.
Qurtis Opera Hguss,
T6 PEKKOUM AXCE-
THE WOR! D F .YED
Graid Fairy-like Piitoinim;c
New Tab'oaus. Xew Scenery. Ne Tr eks, New
Mnic, ew Wonders, Goreou
T.a' gfo m'inn.
Prices $1. 75. 50 and 45c . Seats at Fluke's
Tuisday Jan it Telephone No. t
J. E- Montrose, Managar .
Monday, January 30th
The Sccleiy ewnt ow the Thon'ri al peafon
Special engage meet of
The yonne emotional Actress, in her Special Pro
doction of Bernhardt'? great play.
As Presented for over SOU night in tbe
Theatre Fra c ise, Paris
Mies Jterli is akDOwUd?cd to be tte rew
Btrnbarjt N. Y World.
Prices 81. 0(1 75 50 2-,:t. Seats on. sale a
Harper Ilooac i'harmac ctu day S8:b.
9 BELTS SENT FREE FOR EXAMINATION.
PH SANDER'S ELECTRIC JBELT
Who are debilitated and
Buffprini; from Kervous
ness. Losses. 1'rnina, Im
pntiMlcyorlxwt Man hood.
KhHinut iian . fmc Back.
Troubles, Kervoumess, RleeptefsmeBS,
CrKK bv this NEW IMPROVED IlfC
AND SUSPtHSORTorktu ku mov..
Him nnt'eiftc i.umoffe. CI wT Upmmrm-
Itm !, errtne trrrlj, HIM, footalar, Cmitluoaa
Carrrab of Elecrrtcitv throach all W EAK PAKT3,re
torinir them to IlEil.tU d VHiOKOrs KTRKWTH.
In view of the fact t hat many persons who desire
to procure trenulno Electrio Helta have applied to
different companies for Infnroiatlon. and are un
decided aa to which have the bent Roods, we sumrest
that you order from each company the belt yon
wish to see, sent bv express, O. !., vrith privilege
of examination. When tbe belts have arrived at
yonr express office examine them x it you find one
better than ours, simply ask express agent to re
turn ours to ua. All we require Is 80 eta. with yonr
order to partially coverexpress ebarccea,whtoh will
bededncted from price of belt If Itls accepted. This
proposition Is a fair one to all concerned, A buyer
wants the best for bis money, and It Is a great
pleasure to us to have our Roods examined and
compared with others before bouht. Bend for
Illustrated pamphlet, mailed, sealed, free. Address
Handen Electric Co.,ie La Bail Bt., cniciuo.
Kidney 1 JS
Pnnr Mem : u
i aTKB w ij)l
T o 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
1 coo Men's Overcoats at 7.50 " 12.50
13.50 Men's Ulsters, dandies, at 8.00 " 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 worth the
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 County. 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nijnt with soft coal;
will not eas or emke; heavy steel body;
larfe ash pan. Call and eximice this
wncdetful stove sold ry
The ATerdict of Great Artists
In Fav r of the
From a large number of letters in posse f ion of
the manu'actnrerj Indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known music at,8 who hare used and recommend
int ie Hank,
Si?. Tompuo, Sir. Sarasate,
Max Alvary. Ovldc Mnsin,
s g Del Putnte. Behrens,
S'g. Arditi. P. S. Gilmorc,
Km il Fischer, A. 1) Novellis.
Wg. feroti. Kmil U.bling,
S:sr. Ktvclli. ('has. Kunkel.
t;u mentine de V re, W. C E. 8 -eboeca
And many other j romineat mss'.cians of Ear.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
genius and authorities of the word mar be found
In large variety, together with tbe Kimball, Reed
an i Portable j ipe o-gans as well as well a the
eclebra ed Ilallet & Iiavig and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the warerooms of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of dorrestlc
and imported cigars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 (Record Avennc.
X3C o -7S7 "7V
Cf WIRE BROS.
CLOAKS 33 1-3 per cent
discount on cloaks thia
SPECIAL 1-3 off the price
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plneh 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 $. 4
Blown lh88 tumble's lead gloss,
fet of six 20
Blown fcl-iss tumblers, ergraved,
set of fix 25
Blown glass tumbler?, engraved,
set of six 38
250 slightly soiled, over and un
der ebirts 10, 12 and .15
Birdcages 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. YOUSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Is now located in bis new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
ISTLightshocs a specially. Opposite the Old etaud
1 mm 1
$15.00 Men's Overcoats
18.00 Men's Overcoats
22.00 Men's Overcoats
Big reductions in Boys'
BARGAINS. As We m
preparing to ta'i nven
tory you will find gome
bargains in drees goods
efore we begin to rceas.
SPECIAL. -20 per rem dig.
count off all plush gar.
ments with two excep
tions. 15 deducted from
Mrs Potts' nickc-Nplated irons, et.?l.u
250 men's beavy ribbed shirrs and
drawers, part wool 55
Ladies' jersey ribbed pants, blsc't,
all wool, big bargain ' 1 75
Sbawl straps each (
100 bottles magic cream, lowest price
ever made on th's 15
Satin spar 6tick pins ;o
Knit skirts 4s
Your choice cf feather hat trim
mings, this week only is
100 boxes paperetts, big value .10
Self-wringing mops 45
Will not be undersold.
1803 Second Avenue.
$11.00 worth $19 50
1 2.90 " 20 00
17.00 " 25.00
Suits, Boys Knee Pants,
ave.. 116 to 120 18th St