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FJBIDAY, JANUMIY 27,-1803.
$5 overcoats Worth $10 M.& K.
75 cent welt ibea, $2 50 M. & K.
Fancy winter Nellis parea atBoro'a.
Oysters and ce'ery at Sou Jer & Sou's.
Choice dressed chicke n at Soud:i &
Fine bann:a and Ma'agt grapes at
Fresh roasted pe touts. 5j a quart at
Try some gripe fruit; something new
Granulated sugar 20 pounds for $1 at
Dried grapes four pounds for 25 cents
Nice chickens and turkeys at Qjorge
Browner & Co.'s. .
Dried pears and peaches 12 cents per
pound at Weckel s.
Cabbage, carrots', parsnips, rutabagas
at Souder & Son's.
A nice line of Tegetables at George
Browner & Co.'s.
Apples, oranges, bananas and cranber
ries at Souder & Son's.
Tomorrow last day welt shoe stie at a
reduction of f 1.25 a pair M. & K.
Try a pair of M. & K.'s 75c $1, $1 25
pants warranted not to rip good wear
ers. Miss Eloise Bronson, of Wyoming, la ,
is visiting at the home of Miss Kite Bre
heny. Fancy dressed chickens and tuikeya
at Schroeder's market on Twentieth
George Schneider returned this mora
iog from a business trip to Chicago and
A little daughter has arrived to grace
the home of Aaron Anderson and wife
You can Bad everything nice in the
grocery line for a Sunday dinner at
George Browner & Co.'s.
Telephone your meat order to George
Browner's Columhim market. Nothing
bu'. the finest meat handled.
The Rio'i Iilani bridges will be
thrown open t the public tomorrow or
Sunday- The cold weather has delayed
J. W. Mack, one , of the wide-awake
young democrats of Viola, Mercer
county, was in the city today snd made
this office a pleasant call.
The bridgs trains on the C, R. I. &
P. were discontinued last night on ac
count of the opening of the bridges which
will probably occur tomorrow.
The venerable David Hawes, who has
been alarmingly ill, suffered a slight re
laps last night and is not so well todav,
and his condition is lookel npon as quite
Miss Lucy Kinnrr has been lying dan
gerously ill at her home on Eleventh
street for a day or two past. She is re
ported as somewhat improved today,
By the way, while Wells' civil service
commission is about it, would it not be
a good k'ea to pass upon the quatifua
tiens of same of the present attaches cf
the poatofflce, commencing at the top, by
way of practice .
There were many local evidencss of
sorrow and regret upon receipt o the
news of the death of Hon James G.
Blaine, and flags on the Aaius. Union
and Harper house buildings were hoisted
at half-mast as marks of respect for the
Adam Kramer, foreman of the Union
preee rooms, has received notice that he
has been granted a pension or $12 per
month, dated from Jan. 4, 1891. Mr.
Kramer's war record is one that he can
justly feel proud of, as he has a silver
medal awarded him for gallantry at the
battle of Lookout Mountain.
It is understood that when Wells re
ceived the admonition from Washington
that the matter of passing on the qualifi
cations and eligibility of all the em
ployes of the pos'.office for all time to
come was in his hands, be went off into
a corner of the posufQce, donoed the
flambeau suit which he failed to pawn
after election and gave one of his old
time war whoops.
Every man in Rock Island desirous of
protecting bis family with life irsurance
at c st thould jain the new Council of
the Royal 'Arcanum now being organized.
This order Is 16 years old and numbers
14,000 members, its assessments have not
increased during the last ' three , years.
For full information call or address D,
H. Still, state organizer, 1407 Second
Tirmir" Iluras Against the World.
W. H. Gibson, of Itock Island, has
posted a forfeit of f 50 with the sporting
department o the Herald and isued a
challenge on behalf cf "Farmer" Burns.
He states that he will back Burns to
wrestle any man in the world for $1,000
a side and the best purse offered at catch-as-catch-can
style, two points down to
constitute a fall, and the best three falls
in flye to decide the winner. No living
maa is barred, and this means that Lewis,
Roeber or any of the cracks can have
Barns' game. Gibson savs he will be
ready at once to arrange a match when
the forfeit is covered Chicago Herald.
World's Fair Visitors.
Desiring pleasant rooms in a private
house will consult their interests by com
municating with the undersigned, who
has a house of fourteen rooms five blocks
from the main entrance to the World's
fair grounds. A. W. McCandlbss,
. 1001 Masonic Temple.
Are Yon Goir g to the Fair?
Are you going te the World's fair at
Chicago this year? If bo, tbe Aldire ho
til. bekdquarters for U. 3. army and navy
officers, wholesale trocers and traveling
men, is a desirable place to stop.
This mammoth stone and brick hotel,
of 550 rooms, aitua.ed at tbe corner of
Sixty sixth and Og'esby avenue, is now
engaging accommodations tor World's
fir vibitors. lis elegance, comfort, econ
omy and convenience are not excelled by
any other hotel in Chicago. It is only
four blocks from tniin entrance to expo
sition, and only ten minutes' walk from
all the main buildirgs and grandest exhibits-
It is only twelve minutes' ride via
Illinois Central railroad (depot right at
hotel) to tbe heart of the city, and only
three blocks from the tlevaied railroad,
which takes you to the heart of tbe city
(five cents fart) in thirty minutes. It is
only one block from tbe electric street
cars, which connect with all up town
cars; one fare, 6 ctnls. No waiting an
hour or two for transportation to the
grounds or delay ici getting home or to
Elegantly furnished ladies' parlors and
gentlemen's waiting and wriiing rooms
are on ground flx r There are twenty
bath rooms on eac'i flior. Tbe dining
room and cafe seats 300 people at one
time. The cuisine it as fine as any hotel
in Chicago, and cafe prices are most rea
sonable. No crowdir e a dozen people in
to one room, but s r.iom for yourself,
when you engage it and pay for it in ad
vance Tallvbo coaches fur pleasure and
sight-seeing parties -will leave the hotel
every morning and afternoon, taking in
all the wonderful buildings, tbe elegant
homes, the magn fiieat parks ani boule
ytrCs or Chicigo You should make
your engagements h' ence. For the
nex' 30 ds we will make the follow
ing prices, whicu can be pid for as
sp efied teiow, prior to My 1st Your
city is l:mied 'o 50 engagements:
One room, one d. on- neraon. with hreftkfnxt
a d sapper, J4.&0 per day for one pern.
on-' room, one be 1, to per n, with breakfast
snd SQp er $1 per day for two person
One room, two bed , three pe -son-), with brenk
faji and Miuper. $ er day for three person.
O e room. to heds, foi r persons with reak
fast and copper, JT per day for :our persons.
One roo-Tj. one bed, one parson, $1.50 per day
for one per on.
One room, one bed. two nerjons. S2 ner dav for
two pe sona.
One room twa beds, throe pcrs )ns, $3 per day
for three irnns.
ne room, two beds, fonr persons, S3. 50 per day
for f nr perno is.
hil'lren betwee"? 5 and 11, occupying- rooms
with parents, halt price.
Parties, as an evidence .f eood faith. mnt n-
c o?e with their o der fr KCcommodatioas, re
mi" ire to c iver th urn mt of :
S-Kl and onder, 50 per rent cab. 15 per cent
Feb. 15. 15 per cent March 15, 10 per cent April
15. til percent May 1
60 and nnder, 35 per cent eah, 20 per cent
Feb. l 20 per cent Marob 15, 15 per cent April
15. 10 percent M-iy I-
fiuuanfl nn ier, 25 per cent cah, 35 per cent
Feb. 15, SO pr cnt Vlarch 15,80 per cent AjkU
if, u tcui nay A .
For particulars call on 8-S Sunders
at McQogh's ticket oftt-e.
The ALDHfE Hotel Co..
OE.-.e 53 R.v t lit.. Chicgo. 111.
Pres't and Genl Mfr., Formerly, with
J K. Armsby Co.
Qtue a number of Hok I-knd people
htve already secured accommodations at
this bo tel.
Alter a 1'ivoree.
She was a shy yot thin, appar
ently not long severed from her
mother's apron-strings, and. as she
edged her way into the police head
quarters with furtivn glances and sup-
presseu -voice, sne w:is a picture worth
paznifr at, says the Minneapolis
jrtouiie. it required, considerable
clearing of the throat and bracinc no
of the nerve before h could muster
up sufficient courage to spin her story
"Do you know anything about
lheollicer in charge grasped the
rail to steady lumse f. Though used
to questions of a tu uisand hues, lie
was taken off his guard bv that. He
sides he, in the method common to
guardians of the peace, had already
-: i . l . t i , .
oicu up me gin. ana jnmpea at a
number of conjectures at her errand.
But the crestfallen officer didn't come
within several length of the bull's-evc
He had supposed ti.at a parent or a
orotner loomed up in the background
of her mission, or by a chance shot a
lover never a husband. Nevcrthe
less.he proved equal to the emergency,
pulled himself together in gallant style
and made a show of Inowledge on the
divorce problem. Tie story in a nut
shell is this: Married a fortnight or
so. Tired of matrimony. Mutual.
The spoony hubby of a few weeks'
standing had failed 10 settle wifey's
Moral "Don't you think I could get
a divorce because he hasn't paid my
"What good would that do?" per
sisted the officer, maintaining gravity
of composure with grunt effort. "Then
you would have to pay your own brll."
"Oh, that isn't the idea at all," she
exclaimed, with a look of pity for his
obtuseness. "Why can't 1 get a
divorce from him and compel him to
support me until I get married
The officer rushed It the tauk for a
glass of ice-water to check a dizzy feel
ing that crept down his spinal column,
and when he recovered he politely re
ferred the foxy yot Bg bride to a
The joints and muscles are so lubri
cated by Hood's Sarsparilla that all rheu
matism and stiffness soon disappear. Try
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; I Jo Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Mardl Gru CarnlTal.
For the Mardi Gnscaroiva's at Mobile,
Ala , and New Oi leans, La., on February
14. 1693, the Builicgton. Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will sell round trip ex
cursion tickets to the abeve points at
special low rates. Tickets on sale Fib.
6 to 13 inclusive, limited; good to re 'urn
until and Including March 7, 1893. For
tickets, time of trains and other informa
tion, cill on or address any sgent of tbir
company or J. Dasnegan,
Oen. Tkt. and Pass. Aet .
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
THE WEAKEST SPOT
in your whole
is the liver. If
thrt doesn't do
its work of puri
fying the blood,
come from it
than you can re-
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery acts
upon this weak spot as nothing else can. It
rouses it up to healthy, natural action. By
thoroughly purifying the blood, it reaches,
builds up, and invigorates every part of the
For all diseases that depend on tbe liver
or the blood Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bilious
ness ; every form of (Scrofula, even Con
sumption (or Lung-scrofula) in its earlier
stages; and the most stubborn Skin and
Scalrr Diseases, the "Discovery" is the only
remedy so unfailing and effective that it can
If it doesn't benefit or cure, you have your
On these terms, it's an insult to vour in
telligence to have something else ofrured as
"just as good."
He PmcM Three Sermons.
Here is unsolicited testimony.
It ehows what Reid'a German
Congo, and Kidney Cure will
do for public speakers.
It is the best thing for the
throat in the world.
Nevins, Wis, Dec. 5th, 1892.-
Sylvaa Hemedy Co., Peoria, 111
Sirs: I would like to keep
your Reid's Geiman Cough and
Kidney Care for sale. Your
agent stepped over night at my
place the fore part of the past
summer and le't a sample bot
tle and I gave to a minister that
had three sermons to preach in
one day, and he had so bad a
sore throat, that he thonght he
could not get through with one,
but by taking the enre, he went
through wi(h all of them com
fortably. Myron Pickkbing.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nigbt with soft coal;
will not cas or sm-ke; heavy steel body;
targe aab pan. Cull and examine this
wondeiful stove sold by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
CLOAKS. 33 1-3 per cent
discount on cloaks this
SPECIAL 1-3 off the price
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plash garments excepted.
This is a big discount,
but we make it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look small.
tOrv vrm d-511 u ,
bargains in dress
' efore we be
'gm to tcea?.
PECIAL.-20 Pr cent
i -"su gaj.
mtnts with two
tions. 15 deducted froj,
Will Not be Undersold.
J. E- Montrose, Manager .
Monday, January 30th
The Scie y rv.nt of the Thca'rl-a! Ffaeon
Special engagt rnvnt of
I AMERICAN TOCR)
The yonneemotinnal Actress, in her Special Pro
duction of Bernhardt' great play,
As Prefented for over 500 nights In the
Theatre Frm c 1m, Paris.
Mig Merli r acknowledged to he tbe new
Btrnharut N. Y. World.
Pncee $1.00 75 SO 25ct. Peatp on gale at
Harper Honee Fhartnao 8atndy 88th.
From a large number of letters in pnsse sion of
the mann'actnreM in loring the enpetlority of
the Kim) all Tiaco we mention the following well
known mnelc a:s who have nsed and recommend
Aflelit a Parti, Sie. TomiRno, S'fr. Sarasate.
Ltili Lehman, Max Alvarv. Ovirte Mnsin,
VinrieHank, S( Del Putnte. Bebrens,
Mme. AltaT,i. Jig. Arrt.i, P. S. G'lmore.
Wme. Xotdica. Kuiil Fischer, A. D Novellig.
Fnrsch-Marti, Sig. heroti. Emil l.Ji b!inr,
Mme. Fhbri. Sig. Revelli. Chs. Knnel,
Clementine de V- rr, W. C. E. 8 ebou-ck
An many other romincat mEs:ciang of Ear.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
(renins and authorities of the world may he fonnd
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Heed
an Portable pipe o-gan as well as well a the
ceichra ed Ballet & Davis and Emerson platoe of
cheaper make, at the wareroomg of
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
I 1 Vhtft... .. ...
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of doirestic
and imimrtfd cicars. All b'ands of tobacco.
The score of all tbe ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
l!8 Secord Avenne,
Calico per yard $. 4
Blown glass tumbleis.lead gloss,
set of six 20
Blown fliss tumblers, engraved,
get of six 25
Blown glass tumblers, engraved,
set of six 38
250 slightly soiled, over and un
der shirts 10, 12and .15
Birdcages 48 up
Eight-day clocks, walnut frames,
j-hour strike 2 97
Nickel alarm clocks 78
7 spool embroidery 5
Mrs Potts' Dickcl-plattrl iron?. ftt.Jl.is
250 rten's heavy ribbed si ir's ci
drawers, part wool rS
Ladies' jersey ribbed pnnts, tWu,
n:i wnni nicr nsrioin .
.. , .& ..h..u L i3
Shawl straps erch
100 bottles magic cream, lowest price
ever iuaue on in's jj
btin spr stick pins y,
Knit skirts j;
Your choice cf feath.r ha! tr.m
ming8, this week only
iuu ooxes paperetts, big value ;?
Self-wringing mops 45
Positively the lowest. Will not be undersold.
F J. YOUG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .lv.
Is now located in his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street
CT-Light shoe, a specialty. 0ppo(ite th. ou
1803 Second Avenue.
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.
$15.00 Men's Overcoats at
18.00 Men's Overcoats at
22.00 Men's Overcoats at
$ir.co, worth $19-5
12.90 " 20.00
17.00 ' 25.00
Big reductions in Boys' Suits, Boys Knee Pants,
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 Clothingfod Sloe Hoi in Rock Island County 1729 2d ave., 116 to 120 18th St