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Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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".-nue. Kock Island, 111.
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A Tale of Alaska, With the Natural
Accoutrements of Elks, Bears,
Dogs, Etc. A BeaUstic Sur
prise. "ITnnlft'a DArlinorTnp A loci
7 ...oaaO) tltJ I (j
might be termed, introduces us to new
scenes mm new class or people typical
to that far-off land. It is a strong play;
strong in action and rMv.iir.fil in nar;
ment, rich in uproarious comedy, and al
ways natural anu unstrained. It certain
ly is a "scenic realism," for manager and
author. Mr. Chase h
to procure some of the finest scenerj- ever
usect uy a iravenag company; the inte
rior of the light-house, the storm, the
wreck and th taqpha nm o r.. ,uA
beautiful tableaux presented in the first
act, hemp; rare ferns of art, while the
Arctic scene, with its wonderful flashing
Aurora Borealis, is one of the grandest
scenes ever presi-nted upon the stage.
The wrecked steamer in the second act
ana the blinding 6now-storm in the
third act are marvels of mnHnrn utamo.
chanism. Many j;reat novelties are also
ouereu, manning an Arctic sled drawn
by genuine Esquimaux dogs, a real life
boat such as is ura-dnt the, t,fY.co,-,r,,v d.
. . . -. . i j ii rin
tions throughout the country, a pair of
i rt i nen ei ks, i u 1 1 oi u te ana spi rit, dashing
aiuiitf lit, iigntnin- speed, bears, mastiffs,
and. in fact, a W mile friAnncroriA st nni.
mals pass through their different parts
to the bewildermt nt and delight of the
spectator, wno in spite or himself, is car
ried away to an uncontrollable pitch of
PrettV Miss Het.r.m TWnnrrl nhooA iritV
t ..u,..u .....T-,.,,.!
her golden curls, who has been selected
for the role rf "T.itt.lA Ttar ii v,
. ' , .uo
part to perfection; her fascinating 6mile,
vapiivaiing manners and the merry np
rle of her lauo-htjr. whirh ia
gious as it is spontaneous, alone would be
sufficient to satisfy the average plav-goer,
but nevertheless she has added to her
list of specialties the latest skirt dance,
which will be seen in this city on this
occasion for the first time, entitled
the t achuchia." Those who heard her
sing; -Carve dat Melon," with banjo accom
paniment. Which was llSllflllv nunin.U
three or four times nightly, will be aston-
isie.i to team mat she has one now that
breaks the record and puts the audience
in such convulsions of laughter that the
encores arecnmpelled to be limited. It is
entitled "tie; or. Troubles in de House
hold." Mr. Whas. V. Chase, whose tleas
nnt features and centlAmnnK- luorinn
fits him particularly well for the heroic
roies. win oe twn t,s "Joe iinrrows." Fat
and jolly Chris. Cilburt, notwithstand
inir all renorts tuihA mnimn- it, otni
and wnl reniHin with tins company the
enure season to p av the comedy role of
"lncle Bil!v." ThA introni lo.l
explorer, Mr. Chas. Archer, who in the
summer of 'St i-enetrated the Yucon
river from Chilkut inlet to several hun
dred miles beyond Fort Michaels into the
most desolate. da.irermifi nnrl Atamtlv
frozen wilderness that human being ever
set iooc into, is als one or the company.
Charlie Wathen. the five-vear-okl nctnr
is a little wonder: ioriHiilrinn. V.ic vcnf
his brightness and ease is simply marvel
ous, ine other members or the party
are Miss Vera Evats, Mr. Willie Mcftobie,
.miss a lice Urn. Mr. Will II. Stevens
Miss Josie Martin, Mr. II. C. Tait, Miss
rvaie iienen, 3lr. Hhas. Samuels, Mr.
Harry DeBar. Mr. William Darling and
Mr Frank Evans, all of whom will ap
pear in ainereni parts and varied spe
The two Elks, "D ck" and "Sam." came
from VellnwstnnA "Pnrlr nnA v..tu ,h
chased by Misa He-tie Bernard Chase at
uuiuth. .Minn., on "he 10th of September
last for S5.5tK). which, with nr9 flinm.
9. amotintefl toS.7.1S Thcvuralkn nnl
pair of Elks broken to harness in exis-
S C A 4.T-
ui uuKB, n.ut; u a magnmcent
specimen of thegre it Dane breed, weigh
ing 195t)ounds. Five hrnthAro nf tho irot
grandsire of King sjld for an average of
t,uuu eacn, tne intra great-grandstre or
King was used as a body-guard to the
throne of Denmnrlr Count" io TV
ksh mastiff weighin? 154 pounds, and has
a peaigree aating rour generations back.
The four Esquimaux dogs, "Spok," "Sit,"
"Tuk" and "Tak" h ivo nil uun cArrin
the Siberian ice fields, and were brought
to tnis country by the young English
naval officer, Lieut. Eugene Gordon
Chumlev. The Cinnamon hears. "Toa"
and "Bab," who, when traveling make
unngs interesting lor the baggagemen,
are as docile and Dlavful as a nair of kit.
SCHEME FOR A RACS TRACK
An Exceilrat Idea r F.atabliehlnar
Oae oa Rick Blitr lis torn Xear
The Moline Dispa .cb of last evening
contained the following:
Hon. G.W. Vinton and Dr. Wtusel
have recently purchased 64 acres of land
on R3ck river bott m, near the city.
There is considerable encouragement
given by local horsemen to the scheme of
converting it into a first class trotting
park, with a balloon track, similar to the
one at Independence, Iowa. There is
ample room for a mile track, and the soil,
being of a springy nature, would make a
first class foundation for it.
The Central street railway can reac h
tbe place by building not more than a half
mile of track, and it is understood that
tue company contemplates doing this if
tbe scheme reaches promise of fulfillment.
A track like the oi e at Independence
located here, would bring the best horses
of the country to Mr. line, and the fine
street car facilities and hotel advantages
of tbe three cities, would accommodate
crowds that cannot te handled at Inde
pendence. That it would be a paying investment
ia demonstrated by tie immense crowds
which always attend good races.
Lemon ice cream at Erell & Math's.
Peach ice cream at Erell & Math's.
Chocolate, vanilla and peach ice cream
and lemon ice at Knll & Math's.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just received at Erell & Math's.
Rehathe on!y living half lady will pos
itively be on exhibition at the London
Clothing company's store this evening.
For Rent One blocn from the Rock
Island line, a grocery and butcher shop
combined; good cellar ana four first-class
rooms, if wanted; a so barn. Enquire
at this office.
A handsome complaxion is one of ths
greatest charms a voman can possas
PoMoni's Complexiot powder ' gives it.
Thn Hair i.h .
The announcement in last night's
ABOcsthat the London Clothing com
pany would treat their friends to an ex
hibition of one of the most successful
illusions of tbe day, Reha, the living
half lady, being on exhibition during the
evening, brought hundreds of people out
t witness the free txhibitioo. The
crowds which thronged the street in front
of the store last night shows how tbe ef
forts of this enterprising firm to please
tue puouc are appreciated, and in order
io give everyone a chance to see this
wonderful illusion it wiil asain he on pt
hibition this evening in the west window
in lae s ore, where it can be seen by all
rree ci charge
To the Xorth iVooda.
Capt. Tom Fuller of the C..M.& St.P.,
has received notice that the Tomahawk
club, of Milwaukee, of which he ia thA
leading spirit, wiil go into camp at Witch
L,aKe, Mich., Oct. 21st. Tbe programme
is to include a recital of tbe famous
witches dance from Macbeth, and Fuller
is in daily training for tbe orgies, which
win cover a space of several dava. ThA
rhapsody will no doubt have the effect
oi mating tne coyotes and whangdoodles
wnicn innaoit the borders of the lake,
take to tbe woods.
I- 0. 0. F. Atunuon.
All members of Rock Islaud lodge No
io, i. j. u. i ., are hereby notified to
meet at Odd fellows hall at 1 p. m. sharp
Thursday. Oct. 1. with llnifnrmo
tend ihe funeral of our deceased brother
PlllliD MitPCh. Memhora r.t fool '
No. 608. and Becker lodge. No. 113, and
an vimiing oroiuera are invited t panic
ipate. By order of
Curtis B. Kkox. N. G.
Marion E. Sweeney, Rec. Secy.
It is very important in this age of vast
material progress that a remedy be pleas
ing to the taste and to the eye, easily
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy in its nature and effects. Pos-
sessing these qualities. Syrup of Figs is
the one perfect laxative and most gentle
J. E- Montrose, Manacer.
FRIDAY EVeT, OCT. 2nd.
HETTIE BERNARD CHASE,
Suppitted by a fine company of Dnmatic Ar-
lists, anu me lamona licidcn Wats y lartette,
in Ler Lt-t, Best and Great Hay,
A Romance of Alaska, by Chss. W. Chase.
'Trne friende, like ivy cllnplne to the wall.
Stand side hy s.de. or butb logetber fall.''
Special Scenery for Three entile Acts I
The Gn-ai shipwreck Sc.ne!
Tbe Wonderful Ice blacivr Scene '
with Grandly I lamina Aurora Borealis 1
Seats on rale Sept. SDth at Harper Bouse Phar
maty. Prices. 26, 59 and T5 cents.
Rurtis Opera House,
FRIDAY EVE., OCT. 2.
lt-r..UlluliB r I imtgeat oil
fPrespntatiopI J XL B'g wvent
Sto a way,
With all its Surprising Scenic Features,
NEW $10,000 YACHT SCENE
Handsomest Stage Picture ever shonn.
The Alt-Cononerine Can Embrancei Marb
Lynch, Joseph 8 ay tor. Prank Richardson. Jerome
mrgBDury. uarry iooEer. leonora Bradley,
Eileen Moretta. K. J. Move. Jo. f. Smith. Linhv
Kirke and Lillian Rivers Incoxpara .le Actors
Snnl-Stirrincr Safp Rlnwintr!
By the Eminent Reformed Burglars,
"SPIKE" UENNESSY AND "KID" McCOT,
Who will "crick" a R.-al Safe by the Latest Ap
PRICES 25, 50, 75, and $1 .00. Seats at Fluke's,
Telephone No. 20.
Pick Headache and relieve all the troubles fncfr
!nt to a bilious state of tbe syntem. auoh aa
Dizziness, Kausea, Urowsinttaa. Distresa after
eating. Vain in tbe Side, &c While tlieir moat
nmaxkablo aucoeaa baa beunahowaiiiouruig ,
I ia m itmi r m -una
BeaOache, yft Cartcr'a Little Liver PfM are
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
venting thiaanncying complaint while they aiaa
correctall diaordera of tbeatomachjati ululate this
liver and regulate the bowela. vesif tneyoalf
Buk.r from thisdi8tre:iingcoOTplaint; butforra
titely theirgoodneadot no,euU bore,aad thatm
Who ence try theto will find these little pills valu
able in so many ways that tuey will not ba wil
ling to du witiiont ttiem. But after allaick beat
'jB the bane of so many Uvea that here Is where
We make our great dobs, vwpuuamiiwiiua
Others do not. '
Carter's Little Iilver Pms are very small and
werr eaar to take. One or two pills make a doss.
Thoy are strictly vegetable and do not grips or
purge, but by their gentle actios please all who
oaetbsm. In vials at 2S cents: five for fL Sold
Iij druggists ersrTwbars, or ssat by maiL
CARTKR MEOfOiNI CO New Vortt.
SHALL PHL SaaALL C3SL S1!AU PRICE
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Carse & Co.,
The acknowledged leaders in
Now invite the public to inspect their new
fall stock, which is COMPLETE in all
departments. A CALF LINED shoe
for mens wear, and our
Boys' and Youths' Waterproof Shoes
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large variety and low prices ,
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue.
ImDarfc a tTilUant truuDtirency to the akin. Rv
I moTw at I pimplco. freaklM tutd disosorvUn&. For
I sal by mil ttr.t-laj druirtri-te or auulfd for 60 eta,
f jkj "! fatma tm
Kawarana Atnaajuisa Brmaao (10 Sc
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue