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Lth the method and results when
rup of i r.'S 13 taken; n m iMuusaut
. i i...f,.j,:'r til tin. aste. and acts
L.-i.. -..t nrnmrvtlv oa the Kidneys.
l.ll o.,,l R.-ols. cleanses the svs-
f-a efier'.uallv, dispels colds, bead-
b" and fevers ana cures naoituai
n;tina;ion. fvrup cf Figs is the
IrrpmPclv of its tied eVCT VTO-
ced, I'leas'i- to the tasto and ac-
kpiaWe to the stomach, prompt hi
L sption mid trulr beneficial in its
ii"vita iirAnnrfd nnW from th2 nio.-t
Lalthy a:nl agreeable substance?, its
pay excellent qualities conimeua u
. til ami nave maac it tue must
f oular remedy known.
:,d' Si' bottles by all leadissr Jru::-
t.te. Any reliable Urut
f ;y not have it on lined viu pt
:re it promptly fix any one who
; ,Lt'9 to try it. rut accept ujy
CALIFORNIA F3 SYRUP CO.
4A "'!.' ' ;
Taking Stock in the Col
FAITHFUL COMMITTEE WORK.
A. Suggestion as to Controlling the
CALL FOR A COMMITTEE MEETING.
Th? Canvas rmgrealnc With aioht
diraiityinsKi si.Km Moline is I'lace
j CO W orkfi a lu the Fieia.
J. E. ItLli'l.
!;, " " aul PT.na.v .-oi i-rty on rommi
rc. :;. ! i i i;ivirn i;'t r for n vt-tor. Some
;,ijt.': ii- f. r jr:! lit-iiii: c- mforlah'e
. w .it f . a-1 r.c- at d iot it linn- to mi;
lira In:zra2:: a Speclaltj.
1303 Second Avenue, upstairs.
Ascribe fcr Stock
In ), St-mTid series of the
Hun:- Buiir.lrs: and Loan eso
dnuoi:, of Jlock Island.
A saf' r cndl'tttt-T 5LTf strnent
thin GoT-rrni)ii;t Eom?9, be
cause tie loans are made only
tpcnestaHisbt-'d values and it
pays ex r- an 'Lee limes as
much it.trref-t besides the
amoTait invH-tt-d arid the j refit e
can b-v.-:;Ldi;.v ii at any time.
Mon-y loant-d at lowest rat-s.
I: A POXAl DSOX, Btcretarj.
t K'l'.nj. :;. 4. 6 sin! ti Vasonic Temple,
Best Lice cf
'3 AND FURNITURE
: c ;:.'' and bust line of
TiiK THKEE CITIES.
G. 0. EUCKSTAEDT,
303 and 1811 Second Ave.
C-OH, th... ,. . .
; c iuj;u BgsiDsi neat;
' a tre kteper will advertise,
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t ... iijjimc an me xeari
J ttiitTinf-va th.. t 1. i ,
un-ai oa me tamp.
ta.K k jl off or droDDed. without
to ov"'' TLlit is llie WJ taousands go,
-e ti.ut brtnkj from beat -if you buj
.ke ! fl.i Til - -u:
''' a Basl'e," which you can
io 8 '"r without breaking once
-h 'la !r'"d time!l' PPrb"Ps; thev are
, - gsinst beat, too. If you are
'VJr ictmneys are costing as
So 5 the !amp' tr7 a "La Bastie.
' A cents.
t'tti. s do moat grocers.
Q. M. Loos LB T.
Every day brinc;s added encourage
ment to the promc tcrs of the Twin- City
Culumbian tsposi.ion enterprise.
The committees making the canvass of
the city for stock are wotking faithfully,
and so far little hi s t risen to discourage
them. In many of the factories particu
larly the workmen are. taking an active
interest in the project
This morning ti e fallowing call for the
to'iciticg committite to report was issued
from the rooms of the Rock I; land Citi
zens Improvemen: association:
Office Citizens Improvement associa
tion. Rock Island, 111 . Mtrjh 5. 1S93
To the Members cf the Soliciting Com
mittee of tbe Mo ine and Pock Island
M ech ac ical Exposi lion Association . You
are hereby notifieC of a meeting of this
committee at the sssociation rooms Tues
day evening at 7:30. A fu'l attend
ance is des'red an 1 each Bub-corrmlttee
cnairman is urged .o secure the presence
of every member of his sub-committee
and prepare a full report cf all subscrip
From all sides rc ports are of the most
encouraging nature and success is certain.
However. to insure the greatest prosperity
to tbe project in future years, we sbou!d
aim to secure an rtpial distribution cf tbe
stock among all classes. All classes
are equally ready to take the
stock ir given an epportuity. We urge
therefore that esca committee shU; do
its full duty ar.il without dtlay. so that an
unequal distribution may not follow by
reason of some coxmittecs being more
I prompt than others Let each be pre
pared to present a list on Tuesday night
that shall be proportional to the class
" In Moline ie0 solicitors sre in the field
and the utmost enltsusiasm prevails.
One important establishment in Rock
blund r ports ever? employe a subscriber.
With such enthuii-sm this people's pro
ject will win. Do not let the stock be
untvenly distributtd through delay in
giving the class you represent an oppor
E. H. Gcter. (,hi:rman Solicitics Com.
H. P. SiMrsox. Secretary.
Some irquiry h'is been made as to the
control of the stock af'er the formation
of the corporation, and some people who
mifcht be justly claf std as of distant kin
to the croaker have talktd about how the
big fith were going to dtvour the little
fish, and all that. TnE Akgus, whose
position is one of e trnestness and good
faith in relation to the prr ject, has made
an endeavor to learn the feeling of those
who so far have become the most heavily
financially intvreste j in the undertaking,
and there has not teen a man yet ap
proached who has not indignantly scouted
the idea of anything like imposition or
unfa: rot ss of any sart in the management
cf the enterprise. The prevailing ims
pression is that the stock be voted through
the medium of the Improvement associa
tion in Rock Ilai d and the Business
Melt's association ir. Moline, which organ
izations originated and whose joint com
mittee has thus far furthered the matter
and brought it to its present status.
"I don't think thi re is a stockholder in
the company who v ill object to the stock
being voted in this manner," said one of
largest subscribers this morning. "The
respective associations could create vot
ing trusts and in this way the minor
stock-holders receive the most ample
protection, if anyone has any fears."
'I for one," spok; up Mr. Guyer who
has subscribed for f 1,000 of the stock,
"will give the Improvement association
an unalterable proxy to vote my stock
for 10 years, such is my confidence in
this exposition as a public enterprise as
we!l as in the Improvement association."
Tbe Moline soliciting committee met at
Skinner's hall last night and it was found
that there were 130 workers ready to
enter the field and ct.nvass for stock. It
was dscided to call a mass meeting early
in tbe week and theti to pitch in just as
they are doing in R ck Inland.
Kratorlrg tiie Light terf-e.
Mr. Stephenson, adjuster for the Orient
Insurance company, was here yesUrday
afternoon, and left last evening, being
unable to accomplish anything. A. J.
Harding, for tbe Firemen' of Chicago,
and the Oakland Hone of California, was
here today and view d the ruins, and also
departed on the noon train. Upon Mr.
Davis' return elect -ical experts will be
brought here to help adjust tbe loss. The
building is being rap dlj repaired, and the
company bpes to be able to resume
operations next weel- Moline Republican-Journal.
Tbe People's L'ght & Fuel company
has already succeede 1 in placing its arc
store circuit in runniig order and tonight
expects to have the city lights going
again and tomorrow night the incandes
"Listed," as the brokers bt, at "100
Doses One Dollar," Hood's Sarsaparilia
always a fair equivalent for the price.
Th Leap Vear Party f Paeahonia
Onnril at Thur Hull Lt Eveainr
tVko Wi re Pre-rut.
Toe leap yesr ball given by Pocahontas
council No. 5, I. O. R M.. at their ball
in Star block last evening, was a decided
sucress. The Urge crowd that was pres-e-twas
exceedingly sociable and tbe
merry throng mingling together in tbe
mazy dance pres nted a very pretty scene.
At midniqht refreshments were served,
aftir which the darce was continued.
The affair was admirably conducted by a
committee composed of Mrs. B. D. gho
watter. Mrs. Jahn Lfreoz and Mi s
Hild Johnson. Bleuer's orchestra fur
nished f xcellctit music and everything
passed off in a very pleasant manner. The
following is a listfif those present:
Mrssrs and Meeilamea
Wi 1 Baker
B l Shon-alicr
N F Titns
.i:ne Swan 'on
Lizzie Lilt g
lie man Mitka
Cnarle lied - er
J a men Eckburt
C E WilliB
Kohert Me) er
F U Kramer
Willi m Zeis
t h irles 0erg
W P tocLrau
J-. lin Evans
Millie l tlihveil r
Eunice Sutbt r and
l.o ta Levey
L .uu.a Knvtlin
Sopliia t- f : S
Ma p-ie Inner
A ice lianiia .
Ma'.cie Uuetji r
E Keno Us
Waller Lat cistcr '
1 P Gadd
Georire Aekh y
TVter J Ileverling
Fred Hillis r
Charles A. Loder, under tbe Deisonal
direction of Messrs Humphrey & Cros
ley, will present thit great comedy.
"Oh! What a Night. "nt H-irper's theatre
tonight, and from the many press com
ments and the praise bestowed upon it
by those who have seen it, it is onecf
the best attractions in the comedy line
thut will be seen here this season. S:ace
the opening of the season ihe attcnJance
at every production has been extremely
large, and the audiecce at every perform
ance went wild with enthusiism ovt the
fine, singing, new dances acd convulsing
witticisn.s and ridiculous situations.
The cos'umcs worn by the ladies were
most beautiful, and the l.dios of the au
dience were ecst&tic in their praise cf
them. St cure seats early.
In "UacI; Hiram," which play appears
on our boards shortly, Mr. Weoduull has
a special creation io the character, and it
is a good one, too. It is true to nature.
There is no such thing as describing how
irresistibly clever and funny is the
character. Tbe old farmer is ss sharp
and shrewd as they make, but in encoun
tering city ways and holding his own
against tbe crooks and gamblers of the
metropolis, he gets into some very tight
places, and has some intensely ludicrous
experiences. It is a capital piece of act
ing all through.
Joseph Arther's distinguished comedy
"Blue Jeans," is to be presented at the
Burtis, at Davenport, Wednesday evening
The "Dacger signal," which appears at
the Burtis. at Davenport, next Thursday.
M rch 10. 6uould attract a large audience.
Tbe play is without a doubt the strong
est of its kind in America, written by tbe
well known author Henry C. DeMille
author of "Men and Women," "Charity
Bill," ' Wilkinson's Widows," aud m ar
ly ail the pieces which tbe Frcbmins now
are producing. Rosnbel Morrison, the
star of the company, will be remembered
as the beautiful "G e'chen" in her
father's (Louis Morrison's) production of
"Faust." Tee Burtis will be packed to
see this realistic production.
In the circuit court this morning
Judge Glenn, who several days ago over
ruled the motion for a new trial in the
case of Wood B. Hill, convicted of may
hem, passed sentence, fixing his punish
ment at 30 days in the county jail and to
pay a fine of $250.
18 Founds or Blood
Is about the quantity nature allows to an
adult person. It is of the 'utmost im
portance that the blood should be kept as
pure as possible. By its remarkable
cures of scrofula, salt rneum. etc , Uaod'a
Sarsaparilia has proven its claim to be the
best klaod purifier.
. For a general family cathartic we con
fidently recommend Hood's Pills. They
should be in every home medicine chett.
The taxes for 1891 are now due and
may be paid to tbe 'ownship-collector at
Hurst & Donaldson's office in Masonic
Temple block. Your last year's receipt
will be of great assistance to the collector
in finding your descriptions on the tax
books. William T. Bugdkn.
An exchange says: There are more
puns mads on Dr. Bull's Cough Pyrup
free of charge, than are paid for by the
Owners. A good thing deserves the
notice of the press.
Ita Excellent dualities
commend to public approval the Cali
fornia liquid firuit remedy Syrup of Fig.
It is pleasing to tbe eye, and to the taste
and by acting gently on the kidneys, liver
n-i ooweis, it cleanses the system ffect
uallv. thereby promoting the health and
comfort of all who use it.
J- E. Montrose, Manager.
SATURDAY, MARCH 5.
GHAS. T. LODER
In tbe Great Comedy Hovelty,
Oh! What A Night
Suppor ed by a host or op ra, comedy and min
strel celcbreitea. A play for t!iepep:, A
show jon mmt net n isj.
1 i. FIRST-CLASS S EClALTtEs. -1
PK&TTY GIRLS am FUNNY MKXli
First apprarance In America of lie famons
Our $500 team of dancers n thtr marvelous
Yon mint see it to IHieve It. 300 cou-ccntive
times In N w York.
aeStLV " al Harper tone pharmacy. Prices
!urfis Opera House,
THURSDAY, MARCH 10.
Tjc nto-t reUittie prodnction ever si n :;i
Miss Rosatal M:rrisoi
In Hinry C
DeMilie's rfalistic picture or life
on the rail.
The Danger Signer
fThe Wonderful Locomotive,
i The Snow Plow,
-(Trie '"inn n Bali Train,
j The Fast Freight.
1 1 ue leiegTijih ejra:e.
The Flishtof the Cir.nnn-Ball Tra;n a Train
1H) feet lorg and fJtt high-crof sine the
f ta;e in five seconds.
rri'fs- St. On, 75, 50 and 25 cent
sale Tuesday. March S, at Kiuke's.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
ONE XT.Iir ONLY
TUESDAY, MARCH 8.
Eumor and lVth-s! Lant liter and Tears'.
AARON H. WOODHULL,
In the New Englanl Ctomcdy.
Suppored by a Stroi g Company, including
-MISS TROJA GRISWOLD -
Comedienne and Protean Artiste,
Eve.-jthin? New ihis Year!
New Songs! cw Dances! Xcw Music!
Kcserrel seats on sale at Harper house phar
macy March 6.
to select rom. Why pay 40 cents
to $1.0ii for which yon can
get for 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1.1717 Second Avenue.
Hi Hi d K.
Did you guess it?
It Means for Ease.
IfffiMa-ntfiMtK WinI mA at in feri. fWr la f act f W
tfctife Wk.aJ b vurraCUd Mt j, U nrtllT 3M feM aav
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
ppp?er eq-rally b'aek in all the different
uer.dians, it indicates a defect cf sight
liat causes nervous head-ache and should
'yi ccrretted ut once. Eyes tested free.
H. D. I0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
Notice is hereby gives, that tbe ncde-alened
has been appointed assignee of he Northern
Mining and Ktilway company, and all persons
holding anr claim or claims against said Tbe
NorthernMinirf and Railway compD)rre hereby
notified to present the sane to me onder oath or
affirmation within three months from this date,
whether said claims aie due of not. All persons
indebted to said assignor are lequetted to make
prompt rayr ent of the same.
Dated March 1, IftrJ.
THOMAS S. SILYI.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
T ITT k " J ;
Tinware And House Furnishing Goods. ,
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Rubber Boot and Shoe Sale !
Help us make room at
Central Shoe Store.
Mei's Hip and Sporting Boots 53.00
" Short Boots 2 30
Buckle Arctic9 l."5
8. A. Ala? km .73
" Imitation Sandals (Rubben-) 5U
" S- A. " " 33
' S. A. Clogs M
Women's Croquet Rubbers.. .80
Misses' ' - 23
Childs' ' " 22
Boys' Rubber Boots 2 C'U
' Arctics 90
' Dull Finish Overs 4 )
These are all first quality goods. Seconds are 10
per cent cheaper.
Harper House Block.
We Test the Eye Free o! Charge !
And invite all persons needing spectacles to call and try
our new system of fitting theeye.
We Guarantee Satisfaction in Every Case.
CALL AND SEE US!
T. H. Thomas,
Druggist and Optician.
We cannot reach all, but hop? to reach you by this .
If you are hungry give ua a call at 1611 Second avenue,
next door eaet of Loosley's crockery store.
A fresh line of tobacco and cigars always on hand.
6. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seyenteenth St. . . Tvfwlr ?c!J
and Seventh Avenuo. AVOCK island.
f9AM kinds of carpenter work a specialty. P'.:ns nd estimate, for all kinds of hnf!u.jn
furnished on apvlleacton.
We begin to take stock, and in order to reduce
it we will this week make BIG CUTS.
From all purchases of $1 and
over we will deduct
In this department we will discount jonr par
Bibles 10 per cent
Albums K per cent
Stationery 90 per cent
Blank Books .....15 per cent
Juveniles..... i'O per cent
Etchings. Engravings. ...sapper cent
Picture Frames, Cabinet.. ,t5 per cent
Picture Frames, to ort er.) psrjctnt
Come now and aave money.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY. "
1703 and 1705 Second atcnue. Telephone No. 12 1. st'
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