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THE AKGUS. MONDAY. J jlXCTAIIY :5, 181)2.
Mds'.io QBdn-wew at SIcIatire Bros.
"A Fair Rebel" t Die thelre tcnSht.
Xotice tlie change of d. Tbe Bostoa.
Tweatj per cent discount sale Tbe
Aactioa sale of pictures at 1703 Second
Tweai? per cent discount aa'.e. The
Twenty pet cent diicsuut sale this week
"W. B Martin, of Cb!e, was in the citj
25 cent butt rar.Ik sap at 10 cenU at
Go to the nictios stle while those gxd
Eptcial aale of laiiea' muslin under
wear at Mclntire Bros.
A. J. Spartitg. of Sireatcr, ia in Rock
Iiiand colics on friends.
Od pvcti? in 3-inch gilt frtmef
- cents at Kingsaurj s.
W. B. Ftrgrjson his relumed from s
bmicess trip t Chicago.
aiwm me aiciwi o: teauurul p:c-
Ures at 1T0S Second areaue.
jirs si. uayce. cr M. Lou:s. is
Tisitin? iih friends in the city.
J. J. Johnson, of Omaha, spent yes
terday ia the city Tisiting friends.
"A Fair Rebel" company has an ex
ce'.'.eDt quartets of maJe roices.
Now is your time to ssTe money - by
going to Kingsbury's this week.
C. T. Porter, of Kansas City, is mak
ing friends in tbe city a ibort risk.
Bis discount sale at Kingibun's this
week. Read their change of adv.
Twenty per cent discount makes a pair
of shoes come cheap. The Bastoo.
Anticipate your wants fr muslins and
iheeiicgs ail go tinder price at McC'abe
Jotn'Marrin. of Minneapolis, b in the
city ca a Tisit to relatives and old
Ma'.:n sale at McCabe Bros', this week
cottons cheaper than for many sea
sons G. E. Ein?, of Iowa City epent Sun
day Tisi-.ins bis sister. Mrs. S. W. Sear.e,
on Moline avenue.
A company of soldiers will be on the
stage ia "A Fa:r Rbel" at Harper's the
aire tLi evening
Every toldtcr living in this county
hoa'd e the rUy, "A Fair Rebel," at
Hirpe.-'i thtalre Irtish?, j
Heavy unbleiCtel D;CaLe&d ir.u.-Iio
C cects a yard b. this week at McCibe
Bros'. s;fC'il saie.
Tic Cbicsro piptrs are authority for
pron..;;t:ciE3 "A F.ir Rebr-1 ' oce of the
grev-. vtrietiunt of the season.
C. C. Mc'.ntire has sp-e to Hastings
and Supe ior.Neb ,o Of,k aft.r his busS
aess iav-rts's in those cities.
LvV.c- can do well ty c&ilirs ia the af
ter: j a at the auction sale of fine piint
snj and pictures at 17,'S Secocd avenue.
Spring tV.ve toogfftn siiJe will be in
good c-c(i::ior. this evening T.x'ra. cr
wtil r;n t.j tLe t-'ip of theto- r if detind.
Vis Miggi;, dasehffir of tie lite John
B. Sta-ubich, an 1 of N-brSt, is on a
risit t.i hf-r crand prccu. Jtr. and Mri
John H S"a.ivHr:: .
V.'c 6re ertrsv-rked ii scrr.p i.tts of
hoes and are ;?. prrained to nsr.ve tbur.
V'e iaau :rf.t-. a Oo per cs tt o:s.r..i:tt
.!e for th:s wcik oniy. Now is tbe time
to secure a btrgiin. The Bo;toi.
E tctric tasXor Nj. 40 ha a flit whtti.
which, if it n?v;r ciuscs asy troub'.e,
at lta.t a source of diccrr.f5ture to the
street car patrons and ouht to be locktd
The A'jg:i:tasa Uaiveroity afsoci&'.ion
has its cir cling toniffht at S o'cHck in tbe
history rom at Augustana coilfj;- Ti.e
great i.-?u tf the Hal! tract will then be
dcci ied. A full attendance is def ired.
A f o'dxri' quartette, ia tbe Libby
prison sctce, singing th3 old war songs is
a pieasin? feature cf "A Fair Rebel,"
while some dc'.ightfal oil plantation
sones with oacjo accompaniment is also
J. B. Sx and M. C. Rice today pur
chased the interest of H. Lveen in the
Locdon Clothing Company, and Mr. Le
een will retire from the company.
Messrs. Hx and Rice will continue to
iicduct the biiiiness.
A Chicago exchange says there are at
present but two matters occupying the
attention of humanity at large. Oae is
inown as "The World's Fair," the other
is received as "A Fair Rebel.'
This will be one of the best aitractions of
;he kind at Harper's theatre this season.
This is an important anniversary in
our county history. Eleven years ago
today Frank Ankrum was elected sheriff
of Rock Island county by the republicans
and 10 years ago today the Rock Island
county jail was" fired by a man named
Smith wk( served a term in the peniten
tiary fcr lis trouble.
. Grand i.rmy men as well as students
of histery will be delighted wiih the real
istic scent s of the civil war as presented
in "A Fair Rtbt-1." U abounds in de
lightful cdr situations whi!e the
scen e effects faiihfuliy pofiry soma of
the starU'u g episodes of the four years
struggle 'letween tbe north and s:uth
The T :n-City Colmbiaa committee
f the Rock Island "and Moline business
asaociatiet s meets at tbe rooms of tbe
Rock Islaid Citizens' Improvement asso
ciation tot ight. Business of the utmost
impottacc: is to be transacted and the
attendance cf alt members b urgently
Judge Ciena reconvened the circuit
co art at 2 J 'clock this afternoon and the
Bill vitriol throwing case was taken up
M. M S:a:gein appears for the prosecu
tion and William McEniry and Maj
Beards'cy for the defense. The work of
selecting a jury was immediately begun
and is still in progress.
BH2 'W ard on Saturday took posses
sion of the clothing stock of Morri3 M
Jacobsoo, c f Moline, on a writ of attach
ment gotten oot by Samuel Arndt.of this
city, fcr 3 636. Max Kahn claims to
have previously purchased the stock and
holds a bill cf sale for the same and is
now getting out a replevin suit to regain
possession c f tbe stock.
Tte '-Fair Rebel" company hs an en
tire car of t rani new scenery which ar
rived this morning, the company beingat
tne iiirper. Ihj former scenery was
destroyed by fire four weeks ago and
Rock Iiiacd will be one of the first cities
to witness the new scenery. As an
auxiliary tb the production, a squad of
the Rodman Rifles acd Buford post drum
corps will ar pear.
The Army and Navy Journal officially
announces tie appointment of Col. A R
BofScgtoc t ) the command of Rock Isl
and Arsena in this language: "Co!.
Adelbert R Baffington is relieved from
command of the National Army of
pringSe'.d, Mass., and as member cf the
Ordnance Eiperimental Board and as
signed to command of Rock Island Ar
sanal. CoLAifredMordecaiisrel'eved from
command of the New York arsenal acd
as member ol the Ordnance Experimen
tal Board and is assigned to the command
of the Springfield armory."
The revival services ia progress at the
First Methodist church are meeting wi;h
very encouraging resu!ts. A considera
ble number cf persons have already been
converted an 1 ucued with the church.
There has be n a series of lay sermons o
great adaptability from the laymen ef
tbe church d iriag the past week. Wil
liam Jacksoc speaks this evening at tbe
service. A delightful song service is held
ech evenic.j. The f-rvices are an
nounced to continue every nij'ht this
wetk and a general inyitatioa is extended
to all to come and eoj jy aai pro9t by
Ex r.'i:cs02r Jhri Sullivan, nho
hn n rum iut: is v.r brikernHn on
t e Y.-Va con tr-iia .v-.r tbe C , B. & J. ,
x.v:t ;ia .cc ieat at Aiphi Siturday
s:c!.t. I? tl n'""5 up tbe si.le of a car
v is ia m t'i t he was
3 . . . cir aii a s-e.l which
irt-k id hr i'jni from
fii r ' k-d no tr. i as Ue
appt-ared tn tc S2ri;u5!y inj ired he was
trfi at A'.pba. and afterscard brought to
tuis ci'y on tiia S:. Lsais express and
tike a to histitne, where, oi a?;ount of
the ar-ence fiom the city of D.-. Trues
diie, he wij ;.tter.de l by Dr. P.umxer.
one rib was f uii to be broken and a'so
ic'trn'i! ir i i i-s sustained, though it is
thought no pcrmioot inj jry wi'.l resalt.
!rii.ht lt v.;
; s uei' t!
' Xtt c r.
A Hots? KIlrl.
Liectric m3ttr No. 14, of the Elni
street line, ia charge of Motortaia Djai
Dal J, co.a 'ed with a hor69 atliched to a
light cart at Seventh ayenue aai Tssen
ty-ninth street shortly before 1 o'clock
Idit night, kil ing the horse and breaking
up the cart pretty badly. The horse, which
belonged to Contractor Henry Loh;e. bad
broken loose up on E'.m s'reet and started
for borne. It followed the car track, acd
thAe being un headlight on the car and
too cms tor tna motormaa to see any
distance ahea !. the accident occurred be
fore tho latter realized what had happen
ed. Tbe car was cot damaged to any
Bars Wire Cms
are. without doubt, the most painful and
the worst lool ing cuts or braises an ani
mai receives a man is not wise or
thoughtful who does not have a bet tie of
Kraufe's Grn.an Oil. It is the great
German won ler lor barb wire or any
other kind of cuts and braises. Only
23c and good for taan or beast. Hartz
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
Yesterday's Crowd at the .New
KriatlB ! Ctdr thr Bu
tl KTrrkdy ae-
The public Is delighted wiib tbe Rrck
Island viaduct, and tbe sentiment is oce
in which the three cities join. There
couli be no stronger testimony oSered ia
support of fee popular feeling than that
shown yes'erday ia th? cxprees'ona of
thoosiads who viewed the structare f cr
the first time. The viadact wss thronged
throughout tbe tlay, and in the afternoon
it was as nruch as tne could do o edge
his way through, whiie the street cars
did a baEdfotre business. The people of
Moline and Davenport '"o, who felt a
prr per interest in the success of this
great proj-ict, were as enthusiastic over
its success as those ef Rock Island, tak
ing, as they do, the r:ght view of the
matter that it provides the heretofore in
complete chain which links atri-union
of prosperous cities. There is a some1
thing about the v sduct that impress oce
passing nyer it with the idea that it
is metropolitan, and therefore it is with a
sense of gratification that all public-spirited
citizens view it. Not only has it giv
en tbe tri-cities a safe means cf traffic
over one of the most diogerous railroad
crossings ia tbe tbree ciiie3. but ha9 im
planted an immovable evidence of public
enterprise, and those who have contribu
ted iu any wy toits success, tbe I en Drove'
ment association, and especially Messrs
Fred H-ws and Oliver O son and tbe pres
ent mayor and councilmen, p&st and pres
ent, who have aided it should feel proad
of their efforts.
Cipt.Lyonis anxious to repaint the en
tire wagon bri Ige to match the via lun
structure and will do so if be finds there
are available funds in bis hands. Tne
pub'ic will appreciate thi further evi
dence of his pride in tbe work.
Tbe special meeting Seturlay evtnins
of the Rock Island Ci'izecfc' Improve
ment association to consider a bmqoet in
honor of tha viaduct's completion. and "he
officers under whose direction it was
built, was presided over by Yice-Presi-dent
Cribaugt. Tbe proposition wis
freely discussed and tbere was a unani
mous expression in favor of the bcquet,
SKXI being subscribed then and thers for
thit purpose, while Messrs. John Cru-
baugh, Hiward Wells. A. C. Dirt and E.
G. Fraz;r. were designated as a commit
tee to solicit subscriptions and Messrs. E
H. Guyer and T. J. Medill, Jr., wera ap
pointed a committee on accommodations,
both committees to repart at an adj ourned
mect.cg of the association tonight.
The committee on accommodations
Messrs. Guycr and Medill, this morning
leceivtd the gi n-rous tender of the en
tire Armory building free of charge.
I.ert II is Address
Hank Tiller I. sir.
Tran-.p (at the window) Say, I picked
np pait rf a p.-irx'r c.i!Ud The Ilaukrrs'
Bugle today. Riw a qaovr thins ia it- Th'
paptr is rriir.V:-. c!.?
Teller IVrti-c'y. Its financial cows
may fiUvay'- n :r-1 oa.
Tr.imji Jii:ny! I'm cbvl o' tbet. ?-'v-
tbat pr.;-r r s.iy rr.cr.ry i so easy that tbe
i.ani :il s--x.il he x-okin t :-rnm ers. and I
merely wih to rem.-.rk that when th' lmnt
begins you'll Imd me on seat No. ZXj. Wah
iliSton s.,uar'. Cio-nl News.
TLt? f-trv.'-irif-s r.f .1 f.-.n-i m tr-ni-Ki- t-r-i
to exprt-T l.i-rs i; or hcr-e-if in tbe Englisij
tongue are ft-n pr-.thetsc and aonietices
lunny. vrrif-n i:.e 1 :i; ;is have ptirpoeH.ty
rerstiSril tl: il't?i.rtVn llw.n
Enjrlih and s-lar.-. A German teacher
near.y paralyses n-r cuiss wot ft eleiicht by
crave'v ciirL-ct::.'- t'.rm at t';irln r.f &
lesson, "to pet i:p and Iat.!' Springfield
fitccetifal Always. .
Wiy ia Cubtb Coush Cure ca'leel the
ont; minute remedy? Tflo foil-iwiog
from Cirry E.liott, vice-president of
St.te Insurance c)iEP'.r,T, D's Moinex,
explains his fist experience: His wdt
rtceiitiy Ikmid! so horse from a severe
cold sha could cot s::eK ab'-re a whis
per. One dose of tbe Cubeb Coucb
Cure afforded creat relief, sal a few
doses removed the hoarseness entirely .
He also says his children have never been
so free from coughs and co'ds as they
bave been sine? he keep Cuheh Cougb
Cure in the house. Hartz & Bahnsen.
Hot Springs Skin Soau not only pre
vent all sain disorders, but is excellent
for the toilet and nursery.
The favorable impression prodarpi on
the trst appearance of tbe agreeable li
quid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few
years ago bas been more than confirmed
by the pleasant experience of all who
have used it, and tbe success of the pro
prietor and manu'acturers of the Cali
fornia Fig Syrnp company.
ajsed ia Millions cf Hemes 40 Year. the Standard.
In the Kick of Time-
The tick of time 1o Hop tbe course of bladder
and kidney cctcplaicts Is hf n tbe organs con
cerned exhibit s tenetcy to grow inactive. The
healthful impulse toward activity that they re-
ceiTe from F.oeu tier Stciracb Bitter rescues
them from ircpndloe danjrr. acd averts each
dargeroui manacles as Bribe's fiiccaee and Cia-
bete. Sluppifbuc" of the kiduern 1acreae
liability to 'brooic rtieamatinn, (coat and oropey.
and mice the blood ft filtered by tbee nrgane in
Its passage through them, the operation of the
MiXUTt eiTg a doubly bappy pnrpofe. The
meuic-ine cs without exc tin?, like tae fiery
Btlmnlaot" of commerce. VaiarUl, dyepe. tic
co?trpiie1 and nrnon inva lid are th ,?ou?bj
relieved by it. feirjee tbe deot of that i-Ioc-iog
malariT, la i-ripe. it bin been widely demons ra!
ig it uef qIufm f a e jritiTe and preventive of it.
PtEAilBES OF HEIOBV.
What a blessed thine is memory ! Ho
it brinfs op tbe pleasures of tbe past.and
hides its tin pleasantnesses! Yon recall
your childhood days, do you not, and
w.sh they would return? ion remem
ber tbe pleasant associations, while tbe
j unpleasant ones are forgotten. Perhaps
to jour mind comes tbe faceof6ome
friend. It was on a pale, sal face. It
showed marks of pain, lines of care.
It seerred to be lectin; into the here1
after, tae unknown future. And then
you recalled how it brightened, how it
recovered its rosy hue. how it became a
picture of happiness and joy. Do you
remember these things? Many people do,
and gltdly tell bow tbe health returned.
how happiness came back, how the world
seemed brig at. Tbev teil bow thev were
once weak, nerveless, perhaps in pain,
certainly unhappy. They Ull ef sleepless
nignis. restless days, untouched food, un
strung neryes. And then they tell how
they became bappy, healthy and strong
once more, lou have beard it often in
the past, bave you not? You bave beard
people describe how they were cured ani
kept in health? Yoa certainly can re
member what U is that bas so
helped people in America. If no!
listen to wbat Mrs. Aosie Jennesa
Miller, who is known uciversa!ly as tbe
great drefs reformer, says: "S;x years
seo, wnen sunering irom mental care
acd overwork. I received the most pro
nounced benefit from tbe use of that
great medicine. Warner's Safe Cure." Ah,
new you remember. Now you recall
how many people you have heard asy
this earne thins. Now yon recollect bow
much you bave beard of this great Cure.
Now you are ready to admit that memory
Is usually pleasintr, that tbe highest
p'easure comes from perfect health, and
tbat this Ere at remedy has done more to
produce and prolong health than any
other discovery ever known in the entire
history of the whole world.
TEE NEW YE i IS BM
No one rer-?t the departure
of decrepit old '91. He served
his day or ratlier tbe 303 of
them and L13 successor will
be Ins superior. The old is
goe, the netr is here. You
care notling about ihe nnnv
things we hid in ftockl3steum
mer: bat now! -that's diliVr-'nt.
Liit-i ard y u c an't help but
be intrres:-d. We h?.re deter
mine! to close cur, all our over
coats, and Lave cut the prices
de-p into the cost. Boys' ard
childivn'o 3.r0, -1 ai.d $5 coats
all at s ;:. Boys and chil
dren's G, 7 atiel $5 coats 4 US
Men's overcoats in rrorortioii.
SPECIAL SALE OF WELL MADE
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
N. B. We are still
gk vfs at half price.
SOLVED THE PK0BLEM.
The inventor of tbe New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when be found
wbat a success he bad made of it, and tbe
above cut represents bis feelings Have
yon examined tbese pianos? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
make, but call and see tbe New Scale;
they are tbe finest in the land. We bave
just received a fine assortment io An
tique Oak, Bird's Eye Maple. Mahogany.
Satin. Walnut. French Walnnt and Rots
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
the fiaest variety ever shown in the city
ef Rock Island.
D. Eoy Ecwlby, 1723 S9c:nd Ave.
often hesitate to purchase
muslin underwear because
the garments they wish are
of ten small, short or not well
made, the manufacturer using
3-cord thread. When such a
garment is purchased it is not
cheap at any price, as it never
call your personal atte-tio
the celebrated "W brand
underwear, made entirely.
ing and all, on lockstitch rii-6-cord
thread, both upr-er
under, are fall in size, both I?
and width, and made of goo i ;
lin and fine cambric. The ?
and drawers have the yoke "r
and are. in every respect,
made goods. '
Our assortment is no"?r
plete, and your inspectic:
solicited. Very respectfully.
Hock Island, Illinois,
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Furniture and Carpets
IN THE THREE CITIES.
1525 and 1527
Ul, 120 and 128
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
FOCKET KNIVES ard SCTSSORS tnnt tha li,, ,.-,
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nir rsprt an cio-nnt r -
Set like those I have to show will b. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Even- wcrran that keeps house wants orp Vr,-,n-',-Ir on
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Steves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for onrenfr mil nr. i pv-tv rr
guaranteed. Ihese are all good thin.-s to buy at Christina's cr
any other time. Come in ani see how much"! have to show vcu
A. A 1 t ... .
iuai is useiat ana novel in housekeeping good-.
JOHN" T. NOFTSKEK,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tslan I.
J. B. ZIMMER
ERCHMT 1 AILOR,
Will sell for the next 30 daj-s all his overcoatings at 13
pr cent less than the regular prices.
Stab Block, Opposite Habpeb IIouse.
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
o AND IO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classware and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Are.
City Steam Bakery,
226 Seventeenth Street.
Always on Hand:
Lare yonr orden with at for Weddlnj and Party Cakee. We hve the t- c'iC s"tT
wt of Chieajo.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.