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THE AEGUS, WEDNESDAY. FEBBUAKY 22. 1899.
ARPER S THEATRE,
Steve F. Mim.fr.
Sole Les!ee and Manager.
8 NIflHTS 8
Sunday Evening, Feb. 19.
The Murray Comedy Co
IHrertlon Charles I.aiul.
J. Itu. inlth. Manitcer.
i If Ferguson.
V. C. Mmeili.
And the wonderful 1'uie Ferguson Pro';
Novel Specialties will lw
Introduced Between Acts.
Price. 10.'2o'iid"30C" '
Sale of seat-, at Blruer a .Ie elry Store.
SunJ.'tv. March ii.
A CIIKKKFLL IDIOT."
UwiebThe Direction Of Cmambehun KiN3T&Ca
Thursday Evening, Feb. 23.
Of H Hells Renown.
In Iht-ir Kntlrely New I'antoinlmlc
4 6 GOING TO
roitlely the Createat Production of
Pantomimic Comedy Kvtrliifen
In thl. I ouulry.
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P 1 Tin Huiimv K:ie Sfent'
zlTlie Womicifi;! A:ril-
' Tuc Ueal Kntrine and Funny Horses;
The Initialling Show of the World.
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Prices, -jj. wr and 1 .
MARPER S THEATRE
Direction of Stevb F. Mii.lek
Thursday Evening, March 2.
S. Hamilton Nussbaum, Pianist.
E. May Plumb, Contralto.
Spencer Robinson, Tenor.
Seats iii .-ale at Marshall's Drug
Store. Itiiek Island. Keator House Drug
Store. Midline, ami Fluke's Kook Store.
i. M. Ill MOOX. Manager.
Teicihone III.:. Offlec hour-. 1 lo 5 p.
New Sub.rrlbrr. Since l.aat Hook Was
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4104 Iteetl & ltollnian.
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one of the happy things
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PA AND FREDDIE ABOARD.
An Exeltins Time- For Vlilrb There
Wai Heallr o Oerailoa.
A a passenger train on the Hannibal
was puling out a tall countryman, in
cumbered witb four bundles, a tcythe
snath, an ax handle, a bag" of bananas
and a email boy, came ont of the depot
and began to take bis bearings. Up and
down the tracks his gaze wandered, up
and down tbe long lines of coaches
drawn np under tbe ebeds, and at last,
as tbe rear coach was passing him, be
caught eight of tbe moving traiu.
"Come on, Freddie! Tbar she goes!"
be yelled and began to transfer Eome of
bis belongings from bis right hand to
bis left as he ran. Freddie made an
ania7iug record for one whose legs were
so short, and they were soon beside tbe
steps on tbe rear end of tbe last coacb.
There was a man standing on the plat
form. 'Hay, stop 'er, stop tr!" cried Fred
die's pa. "Put ou that ar wind brake,
mister! Pull that ar rope np over your
head and make 'ertop!"
But the man only reached down and
cuught Freddie, who was leaping and
swinging and dragging by tnrns in bis
vain effcrts to make his s-hort 'legs
stretch far enough to get bis feet on the
lower i-tep. Pa held ou to him with one
baud aud the man on tbe platform
finally succeeded in drawing bim up.
Pa fcluug tbe banana bog after bim. It
slid ou across the platform and went
overboard on the other side. Pa mads a
leap fr,rthe steps, dropped a bundle and
stooped to pick it up. Tbe recovery of
the bnndld tcck but a second, but the
train was getting well under way and
was a tail's length ahead when be be
gan the chase again. Ono wild spurt,
with his coattails standing out behind
him, a reckless leap, aud pa, too, was
aboard, but a bnndlo containing an un
dershirt bad been lost in the tussle.
An employee of tho depot picked the
bundle up, and a section man wbo hap
pened by appropriated tho bananas tc
his own refreshment. The crowd that
bad breathlessly awaited the result of
tbe race melted asvay, and the depot at
tendants, wbo bad been preparing to
pick pa up witb shovels, went abo.it
Half un hour later u very angry man
caiuo prancing dowu tbeiiepot platform.
He was holding a small boy by cue
band, aud the cuds of an ax handle and
scythe snath protruded from under bis
It was pa. He approached a depot
official and said:
' Why didn't yon tell me that wasn't
the Wabash? I wanted the Wabash;
that's what I wanted."
Tbe official tenderly handed pa his
new undershirt and replied in the soft
tones that sootbo the ru tried soul:
I believe you forgot to ask me. "
Kansas City Times.
INSISTED ON PAYING.
A Man Who Wouldn't Accept I.eijnl
Al lee For .Mothlnif.
The other day an old fellow slouched
into Attorney Oscar Kahn's office, on
Legal row, and introduced himself as
Mr. Smith, Jones, Brown, or something.
of a neighboring comity. He said he
wanted to consult a lawyer aud was ac
corded a seat and one of the attorney's
He then explained that while he was
awav from homo the sheriff or porno
deputy had attached his wife's sewing
machine and bureau for taxes. He did
not propose to tolerate such imposition,
"What is tbe amount of taxes?" in
quired tbe lawyer.
"Leuimc see si. 28, ' was the reply.
The lawyer could not conceal a smile,
bnt hastened to say: "Well, Mr. Smith,
if you want my advice, it is to go back
and settle that small amount. It looks
like the easiest aud best way out of it."
Tbe old fellow thought a moment
and replied that bo believed he would.
Answering, be asked, "How much do I
"Ob, nothing, sir, was the reply.
"I won't charge yon auything for a lit
tle advice like that."
"But I alius pays fer whut I git and
want ter pay yer jes' tbe same."
"Ob, that's all right; come in again
souio time wheu you need udvice on
something more important, and we'll
square it then."
"Naw, I want ter puy it now. Jes'
squeal out. Ef it's 25 cents. 1 11 pay it.
Ef ye want 50, there it is!" And he
threw down a half dollar and left.
Paducah (Ky.) Sun.
Mrs. Acklins I rion't want to be im
pertinent, but bow old are yon any
way? Some of tbe ladies were discuss
ing your age at the club the other day,
and several of them claimed that you
were at least ''', but I imdsted that you
were net more, than ou.
Mrs. Biswick I'm glad yon wero so
kind. Of course you didn't mention the
fact that vou were readv to leave the '
grammar grade when I was m the i
: 1 .Unl A .A V.rt !
primary iidsi at .uuui, juu.
Why. of Coarse.
"I'm culled to tell ron. sir. that the
nhotocracbs von took of us tho other
day are not at all satisfactory. Why,
my husband looks like an ape!" "Well,
madam, von should have thouuht of
that before you bad bim taken."
Tbe Egyptian women were bangle
hoops of gold in their ears, which
were regarded as the wearer's choicest
rtosesion8, aud were parted from only
under direst stress. The golden calf was
supposed to have been made entirely
from tbe earrings of the people.
The death penalty is rarely enforced
in Oermanr, Austria. Denmark or
Sweden. In New York 11 out of 12
murderers escape without any punish
ment, and in tbe United States only one
murderer in SO suffers capital punishment.
Tat Alcotts Concord Home.
"The Alcotts had bought a small
piece of land and a farmhouse,, once
good, bnt falfcm into decay, on the
Great road to Boston, a mile east of
Concord." writes Edward W. Emerson
in The Ladies' Home Journal. "They
made some repairs and a small addition,
greatly improving its appearance, and
moved into it tbe following summer.
The situation was extremely pictur
esque. It was backed by a range of bills
clothed in tbe rich green of pines re
lieved by a tmcery of gray birch. A
superb elm served as a great parasol iu
snmmcr, and besides were apple trees,
pink aud white in May and red and
yellow in September, which commended
the place to the fruit loving father, who
called it Orchard House. In front, be
tween tha bouse and tbe wooded hills
about Walden, stretched a broad mead
ow, said to have been an ancient bed of
Concord river. A charming wood path
led up a little pass among the hills be
hind the bouse, sweet with tbe hot
breath cf pine. Mr. Alcott's hands, un
aided but by taste and skill, greatly
beautiGed tbe place by a little terracing
of the sunny slope here and there, tho
planting of woodbine ou tbe porch, and
tbe building, out of sticks cut ou tho
place, cf a rustic fence nnd gates and a
seat around tbe spurs of the elm by the
A Literary Coincidence.
Plagiarism is a literary crime the
cbarge of which should not bo made too
freely, especially where a very eminent
person is concerned. Retentive memo
ries seem to be responsible for much
that iu an outburst of indignant emo
tion wo would lay to plagiarism. This,
however, t au hardly explain the follow
ing, which can merely be called a re
markable coincidence. We have never
beard that the genial autocrat, Oliver
Weudell Holmes, was ever accused of
stealing from Whittier, ucr do we ever
remember that anyone has said that the
Quaker poet borrowed from tbe phy
sician. Nor do tho circumstances of the
present case raise either issue.
We picked np the other day at a sec
ond hand bookstore a copy of Tho At
lantic Monthly of January, 1S70. In it
we found that the two eminent poets
above mentioned while writing on total
ly different themes gave two lines that
are strikingly alike. Mr. Whittier's is
"Never by lover my lips be kissed,"
and Dr. Holmes wrote, "Lips that lover
has never kissed." It is rather an ex
traordinary coincidence, as we have said.
How curiously aud scientifically and
mystically tho doctor must have explain
ed it all if bis attention were ever call
ed to it! New York Times.
Hi Kiailitinic Xante.
An army officer hero in town tells a
story which throws a side light on tho
ways of recruiting officers. Iu his com
mand during the Cnbau campaign was
a private wbo came every day to nsk
for letters. Joseph Mnrphy was his
name on tho" roll, bnt tho tang of bis
tongue did not suggest even remotely
the Emerald Isle. Day after day and no
letter came, Murphy's face grew lon
ger and bis query more pathetic every
time ho appeared.
"No letter." said tho officer one
morning "No letter for you. There's
only one addressed to let me see to
liiovanni Paladini Castellazzia or
something like that; none for you."
Murpby's face beamed witb delight.
"Tbat-a ono for me," he said. "My
name lika that. I go to the recruiting
office. I am wanting to go fight. Officer
say, 'What your name?' I say, 'Giovan
ni Paladini Castellazata, and be say:
'Olv belladam, that no name for you.
You not fight with name. You fight
witb gun. All that namo trip yon up.
You bo Joseph Murphy.' I be Joseph
Mnrphy now, and that is my letter."
The "Letter fine."
The leader of psalmody, or precentor,
in the church of Scotland used to read
from his desk iu front of the pulpit tbe
successive lines for congregational sing
ing. He was the "letter gae" i. e., be
that let go or started the praise aud
his desk was called tbe "letteron" (Iec
trinum). Pitching his voice to tbe first
note of each line, he proceeded to chant
the words in a slow, drawling mono
tone, prolonging tbe last syllable for a
little aud then Lreakiug at the head of
the congregation into the music set to
the words thus delivered. Tbe effect of
this would no doubt be frequently more
curious aud entertaining than edifying
and solemn, and strange developments
must occasionally have occurred. Tho
position tested not only the musical
qualifications, bnt also the literary at
tainments of tbe lender, and there aro
passages iu tho metrical version of tho
Psalms as used iu Scotland wiiich must
have put rural precentors ou their met
tle. Notes and Queries.
The cuttets of tbe great glove bouses
at Brussels and in France earu even
higher wages tbau the cutteis of tbe
most fashionable tailors iu London and
So difficult is this art of cutting
gloves that most of tbe principal cutters
aro known to tbe trade by name aud by
fame, aud the peculiar kuives which
they nsn in the business are so highly
prized that they are handed down from
generation to generation as heirlooms.
New York Telegram.
It Mil Too Slack. '
"Your honor," said Boston Pete, al
most tearfully, "it's tbe newspaper pub
licity that I hate about this thing. They
will 'aver' that I 'opine' I will be 'ap
prehended. ' then 'incarcerated. perhaps
rvtn iu 'durante vile.' But, your hon
3T, for a i-.ian who has never demeaned
viuijelf by work this expression, 'caught
tu the toils. is too much. " And the
wretch hid bis face. Kansas City Star.
About 4,000,000 false teeth are manu
factured annually in tbe United States,
while one too of gold and three tons of
silver and platinum, to the value of
f 100.000, are n.-4 in filling teeth. j
HONOR AEOVE GOLD.
Ac Incident Which Illnatratea .the
Speaking of French politics, I beard
a most extraordinary story of another
strange secret of contemporary life.
Some years ago one miht see in a res
taurant at night, playing dominos
quietly or conversing in tranqnil tones,
a gentleman named Levy. He was a
man wbo knew more cf tbe secret his
tory of tho courts of Europe tbau any
man of bis time. To get a full account
of his personality and history yon must
spend an evening witb Joe Lyons, the
owner of the Trocadero and a score of
other restaurants, one of the most bril
liant raconteurs as well as one of tbe
best fellows in all London. Mr. Levy
was a private detective, employed when
ever a task of extreme delicacy and
enormous importance was ou hand. He
was retained by tho Eank of England,
among other institutions, and I have
beard that his services were esteemed
so valuable that be got tbe maguificeut
salary of 10,000 a year from that in
stitution. Well, just after the downfall of the
commune Mr. Levy was intrusted witb
one of the most delicate and, I might
say, terrible missions iu his life. There
were several communist refugees in
Loudon. Levy tracked them out. A
man of the world, without enthusiasms,
acquainted with all tho seamy side of
life and of man, be yet bad a broad,
sympathetic imagination, and be was
astounded by tho picture he found in
tho miserable den if I remember right
ly it was a stable in which be discov
ered tbe objects of his search. These
men, who but a few weeks before bad
the government and the revenues of the
great city of Paris at their command,
were engaged in making a wretched
bowl ef soup, which was to be the one
meal and tho one meal of them all
for 24 hours. Not ono penny bad stuck
to their palms of all tbe millions that
wero at their mercy ! "Those men may
e madmen, "he said to a friend to
whom bo told the story, "bnt, accord
ing to their lights, they are patriots!"
His wonder grew as they refused
scornfully to surrender some papers
which bad fallen into their possession,
in spite of dazzling offers of gold,
I which, as agent of tbe French govern
ment, no was auruorizen to oner tnem.
They knew the horror and the terrible
aud appalling imioi'tunce of tbe domes
tic secret in tho life of a great man of
which they held proofs, but they decid
ed to keep tbe proofs until they tbonght
j it right or wrong to pnblish the story
to tbo world. And, though they refused
tho gold, they never told the secret, aud
France and Europe were saved one of
tho most cruel and devastating scandals
cf our times. New York Herald.
SHE TIED UP HIS TONGUE.
An nxuerlment Which Led to the
Breaking of nn Knniteiuenl.
I don't know why the simplo fact of
being iu love should deprive people of
tbo vestige of common sense with which
nature, never overgeuurous with that
rarest of blessings, has endowed them,
bnt all my observation tends to confirm
mo in tho opinion that it does. For ex
ample, a man I know is engaged to a
Georgetown girl that is, he was en
gaged to her up to a quarter to 10
o'clock Thursday night, week before
last. He went ont to call on her, and
but first I must tell you that she belongs
to a Georgia family, and ho is from
Boston, and both of tlier.i are exceeding
ly prond of their birthplace and ances
try. After a few preliminaries, said she
to him :
"Ob, let'e hear how fast you can say,
'She sells seasbells.' "
So, of course, he said, "3e shells sea
sells" and "She shells shesbells" aud
"She sells sbesells, " aud goodness only
knows what, till his tongue was so tan
gled np that bis mouth was full cf
knots. And sbo began to laugh, and he
told her to say it herself. Then they
both weut at it, and midway of their
sibilant inouthings somebody's temper
began to get frayed at the edges. She
said that Boston people speak abomina
bly auyway, and ho retorted tu quoque
about tbe Georgia dialect. From dis
cussion of 6peech they came to a discus
sion of manners, and things were said
which it were painful to repeat. Tbe
engagement was I rckeu, as I 6aid, at
9:45 o'clock. It has staid broken ever
since. Tbe rupture bids fair to be per
manent. And all this misery because
well, because two ordinarily intelligent
persons happened to be made temporari
ly feeble minded by mutual affection.
T no Way. of n Sameness.
Skeptical Patient (to faith doctor)
How do you propeso to cure this pain
in my chest, doctor?
Faith Doctor I shall pass my hands
over your chest a few times', then tell
you the pain is gone, and it will be
Patient Ah. yes! Will you dine
with me, doctor? You can perforin the
Doctor With pleasure.
Patient Well, take this loaf of
bread and rub it ou yo::r waistcoat a
few times and say you have bad your
dinner, and you will have had it. If
the experiment is a success, we will go
on with the chest cure. London Tele
graph. Cucumbers are native to tbe East In
dies and are grown in Cashmere, China
and Persia. They were much esteemed
by tbe ancients and are common in
Egypt, where a drink is prepared from
them when they are ripe.
A digitorinm is a soundless piano
upon which learners may become profi
cient witb a knowledge of the keys of
tbe instrument; also in tbe art of fin
gering. Tbe last safe retreat of the beaver in
tbe United States is the canyon of the
Rio Grande, between Eagle pass and
El Paso, a distance of about 200 miles.
How a Woman
Hovtbix. Ira., Not. 28.
I will al wsts praise Wine of Cardui . It
has done me'ieore rood than all the medi
cines I have ever taken in my life. Please
send a book about female diseases to tho
ladies whoas names I enclose.
Mrs. MIXXIB 8TODGHILL.
It isn't necessary for a woman to Rive particulars. When she says
she has "female troubles", other women know what that means. It
means days and nights of endless suffering. It means headaches v Inch
no tongue can describe. It means that terrible be-.irintr and drajreinff
down in the lower abdomen. It means agonizing backache, and shoulder
ache, and arm ache, and aches in the kiwer limbs. It means nerves on
edge the blues despondency and loss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call leucorrhcea. It means martyrdom some
times even death seems preferable. And still Wine of Cardui u ill utterly
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the Change of Life, this Vegetable
' Druggists Sell Urge Bottles for $1.00.
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This Of far Almost
Mar.y rrrriaratinns fntffndnt to beautify th
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Dcpilo are for sale by all druggists."
Kstate of Kmm-.t Johnson, deceased.
Tli undersigned hiivint; been appointed ex
eeutor of tlio estate of tlie last will anil
testament of lwnma Johnson, late of tbe
county of Hock Island, state of lllinoi".
deeeaseo, hereby drives notice thai he will
appear before the county court of Rook
1-lantl county, at the county court room, in
the city or K-ek Island at, the April
term, on the linst Monday in April next,
Ot which time all person.., h in;,el.iiMjsaj.'amst
sail! estate are not ilied ami reiim-sted to at
tend, for the purpose of having the name ud
jusietl. AU person.s IndebLeil to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the unriersint?d.
Dated lhu.Jth day of January, A. r. IfM.
Fs'.-Ue of Kvc f.feKinstrv. deceased.
'1 he under-iu'ned havint; been aptwiintert ex
ecutor of the last w It and leslanienL of Kve
MeKinstry. hue of the eouiity of ICock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby fives notice
that he w ill acpar before the count y court of
Hock Island coun'v. at the county court room.
In the citv of Kock 1-land. at tlis Af.ril
term, on th" tirst Mondav In April next,
at hicb tii.e ail pi-isiuss having claims
airainst said estai e :tre notified anil r- quested
to attend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All per-otis imh-lttcd to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
me undersiirn. d.
Dated this sib dav of Feb-uary. A. D. 1.
Ji.iix W. W'kia ii, Kxecutor.
' There is no excuse for
haviDir it hanging there.
Drop a card to the
TRI-GITY Towel Supply
119 Eighteenth St.
And they will put a clean
one up regularly as often
as you please at a mod
erate cost. Try it and
see how pleased you will
110 DG DON TUBBS
puttnose diseases anu pains to rout.
It has cured thousands of cases
when nothing else on earth would.
To the budding woman, to the
bride, to the wife, to the expectant
mother, to those going through
Wine is a blessing.
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. IJy modern
methods and careful and skilleil
help their laundry work is the best
that is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
1814 Third Ave. Telephone 1 ".:$.
Aa External Tonic Applied tD the I
iJtin. teaauiics it as Dy nacic.
THE B!$CGVERYi" AGEl
A Woman was the Inventor.
com t. Iy inn liar f .iif.1 i in Umv tin nni nmrfui.n
oniric- mnu ruiitioriH iht-jtpiM-nr, iidj tLu -io be
coition unfr. and ry a haly .
Th Mlak.a i4ll It,,. nit. niea nH rl.
call at thoir parlor. a fro trial hot t Jo of their 'ont
l!eicn IHnu;. " i"fin who liwn nt A. riiM-anro may
Iiv a, f re lottlo by mmilinK 2i rrnl 1 u filvrr oi
pramoii i rtiTer lur cotit ! niickinir ano tio tvrrinir.
The price of this wonderful tonic is Ouo Dollar a
Tho MiBei Rir now t);ioli, Secrotfj of nranty'
in cent ir. c. it, tell how a womun ttn cam unit
krrp a goo'l coni'rlr&Mm. Special chaptfTM on tho
Cftre of tho hair, how to prrnnrvo iff color nti'l
liintrr, evrn to nn advuncni um. AImi how tn jret
rid of aupertluoita hair on i tio n-'fk ami arm with - '
out tnior to iboakio. Thm valiiishln lunik will o I
' mail ml in any addren on r'tui- i orroMponUeooe
I uoi iiiai j j uirjiiuui '.nit urs.
FIfib Avenue. New York City.
Tom A. Marshall
' t,0wa DlVTAajcr LifttS
"' GCNCRAL OffiCCS ;
TCLfPtlOHP TffC rouotvNQ
ernes and rotvusjiriBotjr
'Z TCUOffAPM KATCS.
Columbus J, Iowa.
(Mar Hani'!, Iowa.
:lintou, ion a.
I 4-n Moid", Tow.
Kim wood. 111.
Oil' hrt-. Iu.
Kokuk, 1 '
I,T;lilre, I'-fV. a.
Mar hallUiwu, Iowa.
!lt. rie.i-sut, Iowa.
S'cw lui-tou. III.
New Winrtwir, III.
North lleli'lerwju. 111.
l'ort lixrm. III.
1'rniriB t'lty, 1.1.
Kork l-lHO'l. III.
hwun t.'rck. III.
Ht. AuKU-tliie, 111.
Taylor Kidtfe, 111.
Walnut Grove, 111.
Wt l.llriy, Iowa.
ViiU-i City, 111.
Itrevta with ytn wliethr yon entlavi ,
rr.o-.llllng hnrr li .bit. k V-Tlt-U ACI
riDov. tba 4aire for tobas-o. with4T 1 f e '
out oarvoii.fliaf raa. ef ila bicab " I W
tine, puriflfta tb ulood, r-Tat I t mMATujS
atom loat maabood.aTial m I iV7,.
aukas too troosVjrT III SUaoid. Q0
b.altb.twrv-aaj ij If Jcwa-ur w k" r
sndpeckatarri Vl MJs5IO TlllUr from
kJ flLtimT own drurriat. no
fT Dll lll'oii'-h for a.. T litiig
-J IWjMw1,patl-Btly, twralatcatly m
I mm m dov.SI. nasally rurca; t bosai. StbO,
k. WKaas, SMW si. lark.