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I'M fi AliUCJS. THUK8DAT. il.vXU VUV't0;1893.!
A few wore blankets let. at the Co'um-
Sand to Krell & Math for our cok-
CNrsu;rs by lhe dish or csu at Krell &
Furnished rooms to rent, 11S2 Third
C1.'.C. V. Durham loft for Dub.. que
The sale of welt shoes at the M & K
Colum'i for low prict-s. L'o a' t ie
30 on ifcjhtlf page.
George Watner, Sr , went to Muscviue
fts uiorniogou business
Ooly two more days of the sneciai sale
erf Indies' welt shoes at M. & K.
Why go hoitc to diont-r when you can
Brt a nice lunch at Krell & Math's.
1. Hayes, of Onaha, formerly of Mus
satine, is in the city on. legal, pu ines-.
Saturday is the last day of "the special
sale of ladies' welt, extension sole shoes
at the M. & K.
The election of captain of the Rodman
Sites to succeed Capt. W. T. Channon
Mies place next Monday.
The sheet and pillow slip dance of
?bcehontas council occurs next Tuesday
tvening instead of Saturday night.
Milton Ilice and Miss Gerrette Wilcox,
f Maseatine.were united in marriage by
Jmtica Cooke at bis Office yesterday
Qeorge B. Browner is reported consider
Mj better by bis physician, Dr. C. C.
barter, a fact which his numerous friends
will be pleased to know.
demaon & Salzmann are unloading a
ooHd car load of bedroom suites which
wilPbeeold at great bargains. Another
vp in expected next week.
Magistrate H. C. Wivill entertained a
yarty of friends at a euchre parly at his
bono un First arenue on Tuesday eyen
im. Everyone present had a pleasant
JTagistrate II. C. Wivill yesterJay af
ternoon united in m image Anthony Car
Mf and Miss Juste Doyle, of Parnell,Ia.
They were attended by John Cabail acd
Vias Katie Britt.
Two sled loads of Rock Island people
400' out to Sears Tuesday evening, and
after spending several hours pleasantly
at (be house of Mrs. Flahsrty, drove
Kiss Agatha EJson has gone to St.
Tjouis, where she joins Miss Margot Poa
tlewait and together they go to Washing
ton, D 0., on a visit to the family of
Bon. Ben. T. Cable.
Eudora lodge, D. of R., wi!l initiate
one new members at tomorrow even
tag's meeting. Tbe ceremonies will be
oaducted by the degree staff of tbe . o
3ne lodge and a banquet will follow.
Moline has novelty in the line of mid
winter amusements is an ice yacht bnilt
j Capt. George Walters. She carries
33 yards of canvas on a lateen rig simi
lar to that used on the Mediterranean
The positive determination wi;h whicil
tbe Union states that H, A. Weld is a
candidate for police magistrate this
morning would appear to leave no room
tot a doubt that according to tbe Ucion's
idea Bobbie Bennett is "not in it."
Col. C. W. Durham received notifica
tion in solitary form this morning cf his
ppointment as aid-de-camp on Governor
Altgeld's Btnff, with tbe rank of colonel
from J to. 21. Tbe admonition is signed
by Adjutant-General Alfred Orendorff.
Persons having any women's or chil
dren's old dresses will confer a favor by
leading them to tbe Ladie's Relief head
quartern at tbe old High school building
on Sixth avenue. Clothes of any descrip
tion can be used to a good advantage by
The statement of Aid. William Kenne
dy's candidacy for police magistrate
aaens to have been all that was necessary
to bring ont other aspirants for the re
pttbi can nomination. H. A. Weld is
spokan of in this morning's Union in con
ectioa with the office. .. ; ..
Squire David Hawes. who has been
aoa&ned to bis borne by .illness several
days, became worse yesterday and bis
sons at Fulton were notified. Frank
asae down last evening. b,ut Majir
Hi-wtg was detained on account of a
Mating there of the Woodmen. Mr.
Hawea is reported as somewhat improved
Ir. K M. Pearce met with a alight ac
cident while coasting on the Twentieth
street bill last night by which bis pbysicg
aomy betrays the wear and tear incident
to that greatest of all midwinter sports.
By ceine thrown from a sled he alighted
on tte icy roadway which is accountable
lor the change in the doctor's facial ex
George H. Johnson, of Milan, yester
day turned in the largest number of spar
rows for bounty that have bn brought
ta at one time. HT had 149 Bparrows,
getting in t2.86. Harry Smyth. Jr.. of
this etty turned in 87 at one time a few
rfaya ago . The 1 argest number last year
was 101, brought in by Andrew Greaser,
Tbe Union of this morning speaking of
a wait by H. L. Wheelan to Joliet,
springs the assertion that he had gone
Ikere to press his claims to the p-st of
eputy warden. Mr. Wheelan is not an
applicant for such a position. He went
1st the interests of a friend who is a can
didate for guard, discharged his duty and
A farewell concert is to be given at the
Auditorium, Moline, Monday evening
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; N Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Feb. 16 in honor of Prof. Stolpe of
Augustana col'ege, who returns to Europe
within tbe next few montbs. Tbe pro
fessor will be af sis ted by a grand orchei
tra of 40 nieces, which will Dlsy many
numbers of Pof. Stolfie's own music, as
well Hi ttiat of other composers.
Tbe revival servi xa at tbe First
Me hxiist church are continuing nightly
with ''ecDeninc in'CM'St. Tbe preseccj
of Uncle D ck Ran y has been an in
suirttioc and blensin to all. The ser
vice last night was tbs best yet held. A
cordiiil invitation is exter.ded to all to
come and ei j-vr the songs and g-.t god
from the services.
John W. Diy, of the Mnrre'l L'q lor
and Morphine institute of Rvk Island,
came up with hi1? wife la?t week, and was
a guest of Capr. Hir-inton ami wife.
John was telling us o- the ingenuity of
morphine users to k ( p supplied with
the drug. One wjuisn kept under
the influence ihiht alone, and the lady
attend Dt stripped her, searched her gar
ni n'3. even to rippirg open the hems,
and rusiokcd the room in vain. The
worabn Hie all morphine eaters, lied like
s pirate, siyiog that s le had none of the
drat; Tne ltd? attendant at last be
thought har of tbe fan that the woman
had long toenails. These were searched,
and every ;ne was piekpd full beneath
of morphine Geneseo News.
HIS DOCS, SULTAN AND TIRAS.
Blatnarck's Ptorle or Two Friend who
Were FalthTul Bejond Reproach.
In his interview with Dr. Hans
Blum, the national liberal politician.
Prince Bismarck did not confine him
self altogether to harging Caprivi
with incompetence, Radowitz with
drunkenness, and tie late Empress
Augusta with intriguing opposition,
but at the suggestion of the princess
related a few stories concerning his
two faithful friends, the late imperial
dogs. Sultan and Tins.
"Whenever I went away from home,"
said Bismarck, "Sul an nosed about
everywhere for me with every evi
dence of deep sorrow. Finally, be
would always seek c nsolation in my
military cap and my deerskin gloves,
which be would carry in his mouth to
my workroom and d-op on the floor.
He would then lie down with his nose
on them, and would not leave them
except for nie.ils until I came back.
"Old Tiras, too, was very intelligent
and faithful. I used to go to the reich
stag through the garden behind the
chancellor's palace, an J thence through
the Koniggratzer str.isse. As I went
ont the gate into the street I wouM
turn to Tiras, who ha 1 followed me so
far, and say simply 'Reichstag' in my
ordinary tone of voice. At once Tiras
would drop head and tail and sneak
back to the house. Once when I
started ont in uniform I left my walk
ing stick just inside the garden wall.
I returned four hours later from the
reicbstag. and as I entered the house I
noticed that Tiras was not thore as
usual to welcome me. To my inquiry
about the dog's whereabouts the
watchman replied: 'He has stood for
four hours at the beck garden wall
and will not let anybody go near your
excellency's walking stick.' At Var
zin one day I found by the roadside a
wood-cart, which I tl ought had been
stolen, because the wood was green. I
told Tiras to watch it while I went to
make inquiries. Nevertheless, he be
gan to sneak after me. I turned back
and laid my glove on the cart and Ti
ras remained, watching it for more
than an hour as if he had taken root
in the ground."
Why "Women Are N' jt Humorists.
A writer in the opei letter depart
ment of tbe current Cintury asks why
in literature there are no lady humor
ists. He then goes on to answer his
own question by explaining that from
childhood man rinds t ha sawdust drop
ping out of everything , and soon dis
covers the worthlessnei-s of much that
passes for value. Thetefore he learns
to smile and say: "Is it not absurd?"
instead of allowing his passion for
something to adore to override his
growing desire for tru h. But on the
other hand, a woman's idols are so
much a part of her life that when they
are broken she can not snap her fin
gers, nor seek mirth as an avenue of
escape. Woman may possibly grow
satirical, but satire is only n form of
humor. "Wheu life roast's to be in
some way holy, or at siny rate ideal,
then woman's creative iiicult v ceases,"
says the writer. "Sh:: ends where
man's talent as a huuiorist bejjiug."
A Bob Party
Yesttruay afternoon Master Frsd W.
Burgh gave an impromptu bob party to
the following children:
Dorothy PlcasanU, Marar ie Kerr.
Kota We-t, Doll Mcllugb,
Tootgej Motse, Irene Don,
Carrie Br1g, Bemtn Brl(rg,
Cbarlea Moalgonery, Mac phoirpiton,
John Durham, Dtck Donalosoo.
The jolly occasion for tbe llttb people
was arranged by I. D.Bu-gh.and a merry
time they had riding abont town in a sled
arranged for their particular enjoyment.
like a Good Oonandrnm
is life, beeanee everybody mantglre It up! Bat
yon needn't be In a hnrry abont It I Life is
worth the tWing) To prolong It, is worth your
untiring effort I Don't give op without calling to
jour rescne that grand old fatlily medicine, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Dbcovery. Many a
wora oat, eihauted body has it made over good
anew! It strengthens, bulM np, invigorate,
assisting nature, and not violating it- Cur a liver
disease, indigestion, and all bliod-taintaand hn
mors. Sore and lasting beniflt guaranteed, or
money refunded. AU druggists.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
f ftnell and comple'ely derange the
whole system when entering it through
tte mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be nurd except on prescrip
tions frcm rer utabie citizens, as tbe dara
'fn they will is 10-fold to the good
iti can pnsi!y derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured byF
J. Cheney & Oi-.. Tolero, O., contains n,p
mtroury. acd is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of tbe system In buying HallV
Ct'.brrh Cure be sure you get the genu,
ine. It is taken internally, and made i"
Toledo, Ohio, by P. J Cheney & Co.
t3T"8o'd by Druggists, price 75 1 yet
The nxes for 1892 are now due :
may be paid to tho under'trm-d hi Huti
&Dina!daou'8 office in MafOMc Ten p!t
blck . Pleape bring your last year's re
ceipt, which will enable the collector to
find your description on the tax books.
William J. Gamble.
World's Fair VIMtors.
Defiring pleasant rooms in a private
house will consult their interests by com
municating with tbe under3pned. who
has a houRe of fourteen rooms n vh blocks
from the mam entrance to the World's
fair grounds. A. W. McCandless.
1001 Masonic Temple.
ihk daily akgus delivered at you k
. uuur evtry eTeuing ior i?mc per week.
?OR RENT A COTTAGE OOUSK. SCO TWEN-
ty-iounn street. Apply on premise".
TXT ANT ED A COMPETENT COOK APPLY
at sir-. stuart Harper1!!, Aiken ttreet
South Rock Island.
YJOAKTED AG. OD STRONG ABLE BODIKD
Rirl for Rfneral honsewcrk. Apply 323
WANTSD ACTIVM, INTELLIGENT GEN
tlpmcn of 1 ree acquaintance to represent
the SAFETY FUND. Handsome Income. Ad-
arrsB. wim references, Manwer, 447 Rookery.
gurtis Opera House
Wednesday and Jan. 25
Thursday and 26.
THE WORLD FAMED
Grand Fairy-like Pantomimic
New Tabloana, New Scenery. . New Tricks, New
jonBie, r ew wonaers, uorgeons
Prices $1, 75, 50 and 85c. Seats at Fluke'
Tursduy Jan. 21 Telephone No. 81.
J. E. Montrose,
Monday, January 30th
The S cie y evt nt o' the Thea'rira! season,
special engagement ol
The yonnc emotional Actress, in her Special Pro
duction of Bernhardt' great play,
As Presented fo over 600 nights in tbe
Theatre Fra Ciiee, Paris.
Mitt Mori! ie acknowledeed to be tbe tew
Bernbarut N. Y. World.
Pnoeii $1 .00 To 80 it. Seat on ealc Bl
Harper Honae Fbarmacy Hatnrday v!Slh.
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 $2.00. 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 Sho2 House in Rock Island County. 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nignt with soft coal;
will not eas or smke; Leavy steel body;
large aah pan. Call and examine this
wonderful stove told by
Th Verdict of Great Artists
In F&vor of th-
From a large number of letter in posse Eion of
the mann'actnrcra Indorsing the mpariority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known music a:)B who have nsed and recommend
Adelirta Patti, Si(?. Tonrngno, Sig. Saraeate,
Dili Lehman, Max Alrnry. Ovlde Mnein,
Minnie Rank, Sr Del Puente. . Behrens,
Mme. Albani. Pig. Arditi, P. S. G'lmore,
Wme. Noidica. Emil Fischer, A. 1) Novellis.
Forech-Madi, nig. reroti. Emil Lli-bling,
Mme. Fnbri. Sig. Kevelli. Ch. Knnt-el,
Clementine de V- re, W. C. E. 8 eboeck
And many other prominent mcs.cian of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the col'eetlve
Renins and anthorities of the world mav he fonnd
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
an : Portable pipe o-gaos as well as well a the
eclebra ed Hallet Davie 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 dorrestic
and lmporwd cieara. All band of tobacco.
Tbe .core of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1806 Second Avcnnn.
Klr. INTIRE RROR
9 W B v '
CLOAKS.-33 1-3 per cect
discount on cloaks this
SPECIAL 1-3 off tbe pi ice
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plueh gam eats excepted.
This is a big discount,
but we mabe it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look small.
Will Not be Undersold.
Calico per yard $. 4
Blown glass tumblers, lead gloss.
set of six 20
Blown flass tumblers, engraved,
set of tlx 25
Blown glass tumbleri, engraved,
set of six 38
250 slightly soiled, over and un
der Pbirts 10, 12 and .15
Birdcages 48 up
Eight-day clocks, walnut frames,
J-bour strike 2.97
Nickel alarm clocks 78
7 spool embroidery 5
Positively the lowest.
F J. YOUiiG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .lv.
Is nom located in his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street
laTLiBht sboct a .pceialty. Opposite the Old nwd
$15.00 Men's Overcoats at
18.00 Men's Overcoats at
22.00 Men's Overcoats at
Big reductions in Boys'
preparing to ta 1!Ven
toryyou will finl So
bargains iu dreg-
efore we bn t0
ePECAL.-20 p tent di,
count oir all plneh m
mnm with two
tions. 15 deducted from
Mrs Potts' nickel-plated irons, eet.Sns
250 men's heavy ribbed shirts and
drawers, part wool
Ladies' jersey ribbed pants, black,
all wool, big bargain 15
Sbawl straps each jn
100 bottles magic cream, lowest price
ever made on tb;s -,5
Satin epr stick pins ,20
Knit shirts 4s
Your choice cf feather hat trim
mings, this week only 25
100 boxes paperetts, big value 10
Self-wringing mops 45
Will not be undersold.
1803 Second Avenue.
$11.00, worth $19.50
12.90 " 20.00
17.00 - " 25.00
Suits, Boys Knee
ave., 116 to 120 18th St