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JANUAItY 13, 1893. - -J?- I
X11JK AUG US. WEDNESDAY,
Keadik Columbia, ad.
Kead thCo!umbla ai.'on ast pase.
eor(to B. Browner boa th ck list.
Wkea yoa boycanntd goodi, doa'l for
pt Arnold. ......
Bont raits the pants ' tile at Simon &
Uattie Cunifn Uyisiting friends
5a Bradrord, III -
Graent and eold paint 10c per bottle
at the Columbia.
Mia Potts' nickel pla ed fl t irons
SMS at the Colombia.
Tte largest stock of canned goods in
Ike tbree cities al Arnold t .
Pants worth W sow on aale at Si-
aaoB & Mosenfe'der's for f 2 50.
as Rochow i the proud father of a
.Isc boy who tuvea last evening.
Fants worth $ 3 50 to 6 50 now to be
Sa for ft at 8imon & Mosenfelder s.
Onacent will buy tnanjiiseful articles
I Cwumbta. Head the advertisement on
Wanted A yoona; ' man to work in
Apply ft to 8 p. sq. at Wright &
Simon & Mosenfeldcr having got
'Itronh invoicing are now haying their
9amt pants sale.
The ''Uncle Tom's Cabin' company
ad as attractive and unique street p
Bvervboav Ss invited to inspect the
psjefs Simon & Mosenfeldir are offering
rtncb reduced prices.
Daniel Keleher, Jr . and wife, of Div--Mpri,
rejoice in the arrival of a bright
Stl.'e girl at their home.
Tee K P. will dedicate their new
Swae in the Carse building by a banquet
Mdbsl on the evening of Fab. 20.
Arnold has a line of canned and bot
Hed goods that are seldom shown outside
Khrge cities, and at prices that cannot
Turkeysf Turkeys!! at Arnold's. He
as jnst received 40 live turkeys that
weigh frem S t14 pounds, and will
sell them alive or dressed.
V. Grcenawlt, formerly with the R I.
A V.' road. bus been tendered the posi
tion of bookkeeper at the Rock Island
uvinc bank and will probably accept
1!wd glass' tumblers, plain and en
graved, 20. 25 and 30c per set at the Co
imbi They are very cheap and if you
are in need of an; now is the time to
Aid. Andrew F. Johnson, of the First
ward, is jast getting about asain, after
having devoted himself for a week to
cring a limb "which was injured by a
riaber falling on it.
The meeting at the First M. church
continues to attract much interest The
Meetings at 3 and 7:30 p. m. for all and
(he children's meeting at 4:15 p. m , are
aQ being well attended.
There is a road direct to Andalusia
following the middle of the river and one
to Credit island, both being frequently
raveled, bvt people who trust their fate
to the ice bridge take tbeir chances on
George O. Norton, formerly connected
with tne K ntucky liquor house here,
as accepted h s old position with the
Mercantile National bank of Grand
Vorks, N. D , and has gone there to enter
opon his duties. Mrs. Norton will leave
Engineer Frank Bliss, of the C, M. &
St P., isnursiDg a sprained aDkle as a
wscll of a mis step in getting off bis en
gine. C inducor Tom Fuller "of the
afternoon passenger has bid some whit
be lime experience and is just able to
be on his run.
A familv by the name of Cornell, liv
ing on Forty-sixth street, recently took
commiseration on their poultry and
placed a stove in the poultry house
This morning the building as burned
down, with the Ios also, of a number of
chickens and ducks.
Bishop Newman, who will be remem
bered rn account of bis close relations
with General Grant as bis pastor, will
lecture at the First M. E church on
Tuesday, Jan. 24. He is one of the fore
toon oratara of the country and it will
andoubtedly be a treat to hear him.
The "Lncie lira i (Janin company
which appears at Harper's theatre tonight
a one of the largest and best aifgreeations
n the rond presenting the dranauzution
f Mrs. Stowea great work. The pro
Jaoii"n preserves all (be original charac
teristics of the story and is well worth
William F. Johnson, formerly of this
city who for the oast 12 years baa been
ia tha office of the auditor of public ac
counts at Springfield, tendered his resig
nation and went out with nis chief
He was formerly connected with the
Rbek Island Union and will probably re
turn to this rity
Aeent McKibben, of the American Ex
pres company, announces that' the com
pany has as good facilities as ever for
reaching Cbica?o, having an arrange
noent with th United Slates company f or
an suen mum mi, ana. witb the Milwau
lee and a rthwestern on the north its
advantages for reaching the northwestern
territory are equal to the best.
A Are alarm was turned In last even
tag about 4:30 o'clock from Third avenue
and Twentieth street and the department
wa oa the ground shortly after. The
eane of the alarm was a miniture blaze
laths Italian fruit store' on Twentieth
atrret between Third aud Fourth avenues
where the proprietor had .been attempt
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum.
Used-in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
ing to meit the frist off the windows.
The damage was tominal.
The Dirty com tosed of Mr. and Mrs
H. B. Sudlow, of tbi- ity. and Mr and
Mrs. G. W. Cable and Mrs J 8. Wylie, of
Davenport, left list evening en their
California trip, gr ing from here in the
private coach of A ssistant General Mana
ger Allen of the R ca Island road and ac
companied by that offlc al to the term
inns of the south n c stern line of this road.
The Avery Planter company's specif 1
train of 22 cars loaded with the products
of its Implement factory at Peoria, ar
rived in the city yesterday afternoon over
the Rock Island" is Peoria, and left this
morning over the C, R. I. & P for Des
Moines. The train was in charge of J.
A. Crowley, who represents the comoany
in northern Iowa, aad is being visited by
persons all along the line. It arrives at
its destination at t :15 this evening.
Evidently the ptesent mil catrlers are
not counting very seriously on holding
out any great leng .h of time nnder the
incoming administration of the posi
offlce department. There is hardlv a
carrier on the for that is not dnregard
ing the regulations of the service every
day in the matter cf uniform, and some
people have been si creel as to say that
the horses engaged in th service don't
get enough to eat ttnse cold days to keep
a pigeon alive.
A mitt ear Talent.
musicale given bv the Amateur
Musical club at the rooms of the Standard
club yesterday afternoon was quite large
ly attended and i f.vtd a rich musicil
treat for those present. It was the first
of a series of similar events to b devoted
by the soci -tv to th-s compositions of the
great Beethoven, and aide from the Nuc
turn by Lybach ret dered l.y Mrs. J. F.
Robinson, and RatenEtein's Romance"'
by Mrs. Simoj.the programme was made
up entirely of Bethoven's:ompo3iti:n8.
Mrs. Allen read a paper on ' Symp
honies" and opened the concert with the
Eumanf which was followed by a
reading of the life o' Beethoven by Mrs
J. R. Kimball, the resident of the club.
The next number Onus 31 No. 3
Allegor and Scherzo movements was
rendered by Mis Sttvens and was fol
lowed by a Nocturn by Leybach by Mrs.
J. F. Robinson. Tie next wa9 a sonata
for piano and violin. Mr Knhn
piano, aad Miss Beatrice Koehler
violin. Tbe sonata Opus 10 No. 1 was
tbenreniered by Mrs Bishop. A vocal
number c itre next. "The Kiss." 6une bv
Mr?. Kimnall. Cim-i next. aft-r whirh
The Romance" wis rendered by Mrs.
Simon. The closing number was a riiano
duet by Mesdames Allen arfd Good, with
symphony No. 1 fir9t movement.
H. E Renken, ronto agent of the Ad
ams Express compary, was in the city to
day an 1 completed the arrangements
whereby the Adams office will be moved
from ita p'esent ligation on Feb. 1 to
the room arj lioing tie post offlje corri
dor in the Mitchell & Ltnde bui'dini?.
The new room, which is centrally located
will be handsomely Sited up with office
fixtures and will give the company ths
room that is necessary to their increased
business. The lease on the room which
they vacate ULder the Harper house will
be taken by TicKet Agent Charles Mc
Hugb, who will have it entirely over
hauled and arranged fr Lis own t Aloe
and that of the Pobtal Telegraph compa
ny. He will hdve it elaborately refitted
with fine furnishings, and both he and
Manager Albright, of the Postal, are just
the men to grace tbe new office when it
The Circoit Court.
The case of Mis Margaret Brady
against Anthony Fraik Kelly came to a
sudden termination yesterday afternoon,
after the defense had put in its evidence.
Oa uiotion of the defendants' counsel the
jury was instructed to bring in a verdict
for tbe defense, whicl. was done, which
ended tbe case.
Tbe Moline cow cne or Seharrar vs.
Wood, which is a suit in replevin, was
laaen up yesiernay afternoon and went
to the jury this morning. No verdict
ha9 yet been returned.
The case of Johnson for use cf Looney
& &ei:y against Wif ill et al. was taken
up this afternoon.
H.wa Setatifni Fljwer Was Named.
An old legend tel'a of two lov.re, walking by
tbe river Khine. The In y begged her eultor to
pick a little pale blue t ower growing on the
bank. In doiag co, he fell into the water and
was drowned, but while (Inking, he threw tbe
flower to her, and cried: "Forget m not!"
Thousands of women will naver forget what Dr.
Pierce's Farorite Prescrip Jon his dune for tbem.
It is prepared specially t J cure those direasea
from which, they alone tuffer, and of .en in si'
lenee, rather thn consult a physician is peri'
odlcai pains, weak back, rolapja, and all uter
ine troubles. Purely vegetable, and guaranteed
to give sitiifacUon in ev .-ry case, or money re
funded A little tungsten added to pure alumin
ium. It is said, obviate) all difficulty from
attacks by water, salt cr otherwise
The taxes for 1893 are now due and
may be paid to tbe undersigned at Hurst
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
blck. Please bring yonr last year's re
ceipt, which will enable the collector to
find your description on the tax books.
WnxiAM J. Gamble,
J- E. Montrose, Manager.
JCST ONE NIGHT.
Wednesday, January 18 h,
A $30,000 prolnctioi. Ed. F. Davis' mcgn'flcent
feenic production of the origin 1 dramatlza
tioa of Mrs. ttowe'a immortal novel,
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
8 Pataea Cars.
20 Poniej, Donkeys and Burro?,
J tib lee Sincere,
Pack of Man-eating Siberian Blood Hennas.
Including Ajax, the 15,000 champion beauty.
Iva'i Golden Chariot, cost Dg S,000.
Cncle Tom tnd bis typical southern
Two Ba-.da of music-Two.
AH tbi in oar grand.
rand, free street die p!av, the
Don't miss it. Prices, 76, 50,
e Kit 1 1 a iireume
and 25 cents.
Durtis Opera House,
s' r A TTrTrz3T
Wednesday, January 18th.
S) ecia! enracement of
In her preat success
n original adaptation from the German,
by Clsri Morri.
l"Seats oa sale Monday January 16 h.
Prices $1.50, 1.00, 75, 50, and 25 cents,
ptone Xo. 20.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday Eve, Jan. 20.
WEBSTER and BKADYS Smcendons
of the Sea.
Two Ca -loads of Scenery,
The Wrec" i MM Ocean,
TheLa1ago the Cable.
The Ten TrirformatiTn of the Ocesn's Depths.
AuiuiivtBiiuu :u p tnic 3p:en2or.
Seats on sale. Priew 75, 50 and 25c.
Qurtis Opera House,
Sunday, Jan. 22nd.
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
Wm. A. BRADY'S Elaborate Production of
Dion BonclcanU's MasterDiece-
Saperb cast in tbe conceit ball scene.
The Phsnoaecial Child &rti t.
HERBERT LA MARTINE
The Petite ComedlenntB. The Stewart Sisters.
The favorites Mcli tjre A Beatb, black
(ySeats on sale at tbe Opera House. Prices
11 00. 75, 50, and S5 ccn 8.
And we find our stock altogether to large, particularly in Over
coats, much larger than usual at this season. Determined to unload
we have trotted out our old War Horse
Which has always been the most effective and speediest for accomplishing our aim.
IN SMALL LOTS WE HAVE M ADE BIG CUTS It is not that we can afford this, but it has always ben our policy to sell
at a loss rather than carry over.
IN MEN'S OVERCOATS where there ar one and two of a kind, the price has been reduced as m h as $6.00. Ia most
every instance there has been a rut of from f2 00 to 15.00. In a few lots the price remains the same. -nry the finer grades d
Boy's and Children's Overcoats left.
$9 50 grades of Children's
7 75 prades of Children's
6 75 grades of Children's
You know that M. & K. carry only, the best. grades of Clothing produced, and when they announce
these reductions it signifies nice choice goods at a big saving to the purchaser. It's an excellent
opportunity to invest. Better take advantage of it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe Hoi se in Rock Island County. 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not srts or smke; heavy steel body;
lare ash tan. Call and examine tbia
wondeiful B'oye sold hy
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of tlif
From a large cumber of letters in possesion ot
the mana'actnrerj indorsing th tttpeiiority of
the Kimtall Tiano we mintion the following well
known mafic ars who have nscd and recommend
AiU'lira Petti, Slz. Toimirno, S r. Sarapate.
Lllli Lehman, Max Alvary. Ovlde MnHn,
Viii ie Hank, S llel Putnte. r. Behrer.s,
Mme. Alnanl. pig. Arrt ti, P. S. G lmore.
Vme. Noidica. Kni:l Fiechtr, A. 1) Novellis.
Fnreh-Ma'ti, Sig. ferotf. Kmil l.tfb'irjr,
Mme.Fi.bri, S'c. Revelli. I'his. Kan-el,
Clunentine de V r-, W. C. E. 8 etocck
And many other prominent musicians of Enr.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
genius and authorities cf the wcr:d miT V found
'n large variety, together with the Kimba.l, Reed
an Portable pipe o gaos as well ag well the
celebra ed Ballet & Davis and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the warerooms cf
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hano the finest brands of domestic
and imporvd cirars. All btands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l ba received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1W)8 Second Avenne.
Overcoats reduced to $7 50
Overooats reduced to 6 00
Overcoats reduced to 5 00
CLOAK8. 33 1-3 per cent
discount on cloaks this
SPECIAL. 13 off the piice
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plash garments excepted
This is , a biaj discount,
but we make it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look email.
Look what you can
Buy for One Cent.
A Sponge - - lc 4 Envelopes - - jc
1 Tin cup - - lc 1 Necklace - - ic
I Dozen C pins - - lc 4 Collar battons - - ic
I Nutmeg greater - - lc 2 Dozen aget buttons l.;
1 Thiuib e lc 1 Dozen pants buttons - 1
2 Lead pencils - - lc 1 Paper needles - - lc
1 Rubber tip pencil - - lc 1 Crochet hook - - ic
2 Pe-nholders - - lc 10 Slate pencils - . - lc
1 Tablet - - lc 1 Spool embr idery silk - lc
I Paper hook and ey s - lc 2 Dress stays - - lc
1 Paper pins - - lc 1 Yard lace - - lc
3 Sheets writing paper - lc 1 Yard libbon - - lc
J. YOUSG, Proprietor
1728 Second Av,
Is now located in his new shop.
MCLlght shoes a specialty.
$16.50 gaades of Boys'
13 CO gTades of Boys'
8.50 grades of Boys'
preparing to tae iDrea
tory you will find 80!s,
.... bargains in dress goo
". ' efore w hpo-in
CDUnr A T nr.
oitau.- per cental
count off all piush Eai
ments with two excep.
tions. 1-5 deducted frrtt
Opposite lb? Old nail
1803 Second Avenue.
Overcoats reduced to $13 55
Overcoats reduced to 9 90
Overcoats reduced to 6 75
ave., 116 to 122 19th