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11115 AJiGUS. TUKM)A"1 , FTLlili U A h r.. lfcUS
BRIEF MENTION. Free Lecture To-nighc
Wedding presents at the Colombia.
Good ice i the Tri-City Skating park.
Valeatities, yalentines at the Columbia.
The flnert line of valentines is at the
Wood cartain piles 1 cent today and
tomorrow at McCabe Bros-
SnperTmor and Mrs John A. Wilson,
f Rural were in the city today.
More (carried oyer) newtnarkets went
fnto the dollar pile yesterday at McCabe
A!ot of plush jackets (carried over)
were f. $.0 and $t2. all now s at f 2
for choice, while they last, at McCebe
The latebt reduction in prices on cloaks
and jackets caused a grand stampede on
these coods yesterday and today at Mc
It 8 Silvis, of Carbon Cliff, was in
the city today. Mr. Silvis will move his
familv to his new; home in 8"uth Rock
Islacd in the spring.
In the police court this mornins George
Littig. John Myers and G.-oree Winber
ber were ech fined $3 aud costs for
drunk and disorderly con luci.
The ball price table of misses' and
ebi'dren's coats at McCabe Bros has
been replenished by more mtrkdwns
improving the assortment and increasing
the ssles to a markid degree.
A Dsrtv of twelve courle induced in
pleasant sleigh ride to the home of Jtcob !
AT TUSNe R liALL.
DURING HIS COL RSE OF LECTURES
May be Consulted Daily
From 2 to 5 P. M.
New Orleans and Ileturu.
From Keb. 6 to 12 the O.. R. I. & P.
Hl ell ticsetH in New O leiDS at r ae 01
$25 25 for roucd ir". Goid to return
up to March 7. F. H. Plcmmer,
KE YOU IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a ina'ion
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant gil
Want to sell a farm
Want to poll a house
Want to exchange anything
Want ti fell hongthold good
Want to make any real estate loans
Wai-t to Bi ll or trade for anything
Want to flad cue omen for anything
USS THE?E COLUMNS.
thk daily akqus deljvkred at your
floor evtr,' evening for 1. He per week.
TJIT ANTED BOARDEK AND ROOMER AT
If 13, Second Avenne. Oil mornings.
VOR RKNT-A COTTAGE HOUSE, 800 TWEN-
l ty iniutD g reet. Apply on premises.
I OST-A M A LB PU DOG, GOES BY THK
' nnmeof "Hlo-s." Return toG. H. Banmbacb,
irei. rourtn avenue ana receive reward.
In regrard to the treatment of Chronic
Diseases, and those blcuiishpp. defects
Kruse at Andalusia on Saturday mailt, and deformities that require the nicest
They were handsomely entertained and surgical skill. Pitch as the Straightening
returned home later in the t veiling, of Cros Eves, Removal of Cataract,
1IUC IH I - . . T, . .. i i, i r .1. . x--.
IIoDtie. the tailor, has a fine
suitings that are Xit ileculed thi'ig. Uis
styles are always trie latest and iiis repu
tation for a first class tit make it tue
most desir-tble pla-e -tot securing the
best for the least morey.
Lnona D.ilraB, the infant diuehter of
Albert Z -'8 and wife, died at his pircnu'
home. 1310 Eibhth annue.on Mmdiy
morning rf measles, aged 1 year, 3
months and 14 days. The funeral occurs
from the bereaved patents' home tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Dr. A. O Leary commenced his series
of free lectures at Turner hail last even
ing, speaking to a large audience despite
the cold weather. The doctor will remain
10 nights and the lecture is free to all
again tonight. Tomorrow evening the
doctor speaks on throat snd lungs, a tub
ject of special interest to laDies.
John Russell, residing with bis parents
on Moline avenue, between Forty-Second
and Forty third streets, fell from a wood
wagon on Satnrday evening, the wagon
passing over the lad s lower extremities,
the left lee being fractured at the thiea
and the right one being badly braised.
Dr. Piummer attended him and he is
sow getting alone Quite well.
wow ihe Cold Weather and Storm Affected
The past two days have undoubtedly
been the worst that the railroads into
this city have experienced in several
years. The Milwaukee has not had a
train in since Saturday and only two
trains hayc i f this city over that road
since that time. The Milwaukee pas
senger left yesterday morning and also
the freight, the latter in charge of Con
ductor Joyo, who is still in a snow drift
above Fulton. Capt.Tom Fuller's train did
not come in al all, it being held at Sa
vanna, and freights were entirely aban
doned. It is now thought that a
train will b? gotten in tonight, however.
TbeC.B. & Q has also been nzorc
or less delayed, though they have man
aged to keep trains movlce. All the
trains last nighl were behind
and the Sterling passenger, due here
at 9 o'clock. ' came in with a
double header and an engine behind.
The Rock Island & Peoria had a little
wreck at Utah yesterday. Engine 13, in
charge of Engineer Stillwell run up on
some ice accumulated on the track and
took a lunge into the ditch. The bag
gageman was slightly injured, though
not seriously, and the engine was some
what damaged. It blocked the road
for several hours the afternoon
passenger not arriving until S o'cloct in
the evening. The Rick Island experi
enced bo me trouble on the Southwest di
vision, trains being blocked at Fruitland,
just west of Muscatine. The main line
and the east end got along very we)!,
however. Trains are all moving on bet
ter time today, and unless another storm
acts In, will get along all right!
Last night was one of the coldest of
the season, the thermometer registering
19 below in several places in the city at
o'clock this morning. The indications
for tomorrow are clear and colder, with
generally fair weather.
trils. Ears, itc; the cure of Catarrh,
Peafnoss, Dullness of Hearing, Noises in
the Head, Coughs, Consumption, At-th-nia,
lystepsia, Ii.digi'stion, Constipa
tion, Diseases nf the liver and Kidneys
and Uterus, Rheun.atism and Neuralgia,
Hare Lip, Club I'vit, Necrosis of the
Bones, Tumors. Mi les, Naevi, Mothers'
Marks; all operalit ns in plastic surgery.
He treats als.i Nervous l'iseases. loss of
I Manhood and of SItp. Melancholia and
ond A fleet ions of the Heart, such as the
authors and hooks say can not be cured.
They say it only because they don't
know how to do it. The matter is easy
enough when one knows how. His un
precedented success is to be attributed
to his long, careful, and thorough study
of the Laws of Het lth, and his guiding
his patients in such habits that they nat
urally get well, when they wonder that
it was not done bef 're. lie treats almost
entirely those who have tried other phy
sicians and contrivances in vain : Elec
tricity, Massage, Electric Belts, Laying
on of Hands, Faith Cure, Christian
Science, Baths of everv kind, visits to the
Hot Springs and to tne Spas of Europe,
snd the physicians of great names in the
large cities." He heirs the one sad story
over anil over and over every day, that
the patient has tried this one and that
one, and paid out so much, and that they
all promised to cure, and yet did no
gooii, ami that lie nas lost all hope and
faith in doctors, and is afraid to try any
more, and fears his case is hopeless, ft
is practically only on such material as
this Dr. O'Leary works. The results
may be inferred from many thousands
of letters that speak of revived hopes and
restored health, and from great numbers
of tokens of pratitt de of all imaginable
kinds, both oi which are constantly in
creasing. He does not travel to practice
medicine, but to Ue.iver lectures, that are
usually a source of large revenue, and of
FOUTJ A Pic KETBOOK, BETWKEN SIX
tctnth and S v. nreenth ft c ete on Second ave
nue Apply at this offlc .
WANTEP FURNISH "D a OM
fi 'e blockp of pog ofTW, bv young
man. Address P O. nox -iit, city.
INTELLIGENT GENTLEMEN OF LAGE
I acquaintance wante to represent the SAFETY
rUM), It'-ndfome income. A clrt'-s. with rcr
ereuces. Manner, 447 Koolcery. Chicago. 111.
UTANT'.P AG5N7S TO - ELI. O'JRCTIOK
? and hardy Nuripry Stock. We have many
r eciu varieii- , bo:h in Iruita a r onmmcn als
to cfiVr, which are conrr lied oily ry ria. o
p.t coromi-fion or tnliry. Wiitii at once for
te'ins, and aocire cho ce of territory. May
brother. Nurserymen. Ktchester. N. Y.
UANT P-A MVS MAN OK WOMAN IN
evt-r.v com ly v here e have not ttl:eaty se
cured a r preseMHiive to c!l our "Nevada eil
ver" S'-li.i .Metal K ives, F rk nd Sponi'B to
C' nssmt-rs: a solid m tl up h te a s:lve; no
p aie lo wear off;ro.d! pnarnnieed to w ai a
lifetime; res' about one tenth that of si ver: he
chst ce of a lifetime; a.:enis :ivernne from J.M to
$ (X) per week ai.d meet w.ih ready "ale every
where, tn gnat iw the I'em nrt for our Solid
Velal Good- Over On Million Do la-a' worth nf
jtcm d in o.ilv npfc. L'a-e of &nitlca fro. Ad
dress ilvcrware Co., 1:13 Esex street, Boston,
Ma ss .
Burtis Opera House,
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not gas or snfke; heavy steel body;
Ure aii pan. Call and examine this
wondeiful stove sold y
The handsomest assortment of
ladies mnslin underwear to
be found in the three cities
will be displayed on our
counters this week.
Gowns, corset covers,
Gc wns b?gin at 50c. '
Drawers at 25c
We could go cn and
nrices nn tr fin. "u
you would not bH11
unleBS von o-Qro luwise,
That tu v
-- " " ' ' iiurf iTin .111 .
Before sizes are broken
Extra sizKs in gowns
n rM urrivinr n
..... iU WU(.U lf)(,c
dress goods, silks, He.
rnn In nnl i,. il. I
vfn uuu i-co iuh iai"8t 8tvk
Grwat Barqais for tlii
One cas- z jhyr riiw.
10c a ya. m Wr bfrorVg
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Flavor of the
Thursday Eve, Feb. 9.
Enonnong Snccens, Crowded Houses
The Grandest Prodne ion Known to
the Atrerican Stage.
1 3 Realistic-Scenes 13
Tbe Gr. at Sew York and Bos'on
No dvnce in prices. Sent pile begins t
FluKtV, Tuesday Feb. 7:b- Tc't phonc No. 10.
Order Yonr Ie or Mpenre.
Rock Island, Jan. 31 . ThiB i to tio
Ufj the public that I have cut good sup
ply of good pure ice and that I am Dot in
my combination. I m cow re'dyto
Make contracts for the corning season and
would respectfully solicit a reasonable
share of patron ase.
William T. Si-ekce.
408 Fortj-sccond Kreet.
great value to the people, adiling vastly
to tht-ir health anc comfort and length
nf life. Ho has rar.'ly delivered a course
that has not added thousands of years to
the aggregate lengt i of the lives of those
that attended it. So much is this the
case that some say 1 e does harm therehv,
and that it would lie hotter that people
should die earlier, i s the world is becom
ing too crowded, it occurs very often
that people express their gratitude to
hkn that since hea ing the lectures their
health has been ev rso rntich better, and
they feel ever so n uch more secure and
haripy. This is a g-eai comfort to him
s reward for a la or that is pleasant,
rather than irksome. For this he leaves
a very large practic at homo, more than
one man can attend tn pr. .pcrly, and
much more than he ever attempts while
on the road, where he devotes only 3
hours daily to it, f -orn 1' to 5 p. m. The
rest of the" day he ,s very hiisy shipping
oil' medicines and vriting p:;ti-'nts, many
of whom he neve- saw, whose friends
urge them to apply to him, saying he is
I heir only hope. Of late- years physi
cians also consult him in the treatment
of chronic cssvs '1 their patients, of
members of their "amiiiis, :anl even of
themselves. A!! 'hi? ke; ps him more
busy than it is piej sunt to be.
TERMS PR' V ATE ('MNMJLTA
TIONis FREE. This includes only such
examination as is made in talking. Id
it he always tells p -ospects of a cure, and
the time likely to he required, and the
expense, and advises the patient to con
sider the matter, and if treatment be de
Fired, to call again- Thus no expense if
incurred without due thought and prep
aration, and no sni.p bills. Instrument
al examination of the chest, heart, lungs,
uterns, etc., with verbal advice and
opinion. $1.00. Tl e same with written,
$2.00. Treatment of chronic caws, which
always includes a'l necessary examina
tions, and a month's medicine, and what
ever instruments needed, as inhaler, etc,
$10 to $15. Where necessary to continue
longer, the rate is reduced. Few require
more than a month . Surgical operations
in proportion to difficulty, delicacy and
responsibility, front that of removing a
wart or small mole, $100, to removing c
cataract, $100; straightening cross eyes.
$25. The worthy poor favored. Office
hours, 2 to 5 p. m., daily, at
Consultations free f-om 2 to 5 p. m. Rooms
over Grotjau's drug sio-e, corner Fifteenth street
and Second avenue.
Ourtis Opera Hons
Tbe only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammc nia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Friday, February 10th.
Fifth Season of Drnman Thompson and
Geo. W. Ryot" Play,
"The Two Sisters"
MANAGED BY THEMSELVES.
A STORY OF HUMAN NATURE.
Pleasing Everyone Who Sees It.
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW.
Uena' nrtces, 1 1.00, 75, 50 and 25 cent. Seat
sale Wedn'.;sd-iy Feb. 8, t Fluke's.
From a large number of tetter in possession of
the mann'actnrers Indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention tte following well
known mur'.ciacg who have used and recommend
Arlelira Patti, Sig. Tomirmo, S;g. Sarasntc,
Lllli Lehman, Max At vary. Ovide Mnsln,
Vint ie Hank, Kg Del Puente. O. Behreos,
Mme. Albani. Sig. Arditt, P. S. Gilmore.
Mne. Nordira. Euiil Fischer, A. D Novellia.
Fnrsch-Madt, 8ig. ferott. Emit Lii-b'.ing,
Mme. Fbbri, Sie. Rcvelli, C'haa. Knnkel,
Clementine de V- re, W. C. K. Seoocck
And many other prominent musicians of Eur
ope and America.
The piano thus indorstd by the col'eetjve
Renins and authorities of the wor'.d may bt found
in large variety, together with the Kimball, Feed
an i Portable pipe or cans as well as well as the
cebra ed Hallet A Davis and Emerson piano of
cheaper make, at the warerooms of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
At About Half Price at The
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
x .t-ys- N"..
6 Comic Valentines for
2 one cent Valentines for
A two cent Valentine for
A three cent. Valentine for
A five cent Valentine for
A seven cent Valentine for
Celuloid Valentine from
Large stock and selling them at about half the price
other dealers ask for them.
J. YOU2JG, Proprietor.
1728 Second A v.
Is now Iveatcd in his new shop.
Cijxar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of dorrestic
snd importid ciirars. All brands of tohfeco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l bo received
L. GLOCSHOFF, Prop.,
Wig Second Avenne,
(yLiht shoes a specialty.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
OntxHe lie azi
1603 Second Avenue.
To enter into a great long sensational article regarding- the extra
ordinary reductions in price we have made throughout our entire
stock. 1 he iact is, we have lust 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
$11.00, worth $19-5
12.90 " -0.00
17.00 " 25.QO
Big reductions in Bovs' Suits. Bovs Knee Pant?,
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.
1111n1.n11.m111 I. - Ipy!
Best Equirped Clothing and Sho? Hovr :n Rock Island County 1729 2d ave., H6to 120 1 8tb Bt