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THE AEGUS. MONDAY, MARCH, 14,-1892
CITY HII AT.
White godil said kt McCbe Bros.'
"From Sire to Son" at Harper's Ibefttre
Get ready for Carse & Coa grand
Wanted-;JL good girl. Apply at 1109
Wash leather cloves at 03c at Bennett's
this week only..
Have you secured your seats for Milton
and Dolly Nobles?
White goods sale this week at McC&be
Bros.' Enormous stock.
Fifty cases of the world renowned $3
shoes jus: received at Carse & Co.'.
The glove sale still continues at Ben
nett's. Lidies. buy the 5 hook Foster
The silk sulef is to be continued this
week lit McCahe Bros.' with Urge addi
Indoor base ball at Armory ball on
Wednesday evening. Admission 15
cents; ladies free.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ffoh. who have
been in California for a year, are expected
horns this week..
Edward Macry and wife rejoice in the
arrival of a little eon at their home. Its
the only bin-town.
The regufa meeting of the W. C. T. U.
will be held in the Y. M. C. A. parlors on
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The mcelinz cf the stockholders of the
Twin-City ball club will be held at the
Teal house in Moline tomorrow evening.
Rodm-in R ties vs. Company B in in
djorbki-e baH at Armory hall on Wednes
day evenhg. Admission 15 cents; ladies
There will be a game of indoor base
Dai. at Armory hsll on Wednesday eve-
nine between the Rodman Rifles and
Company $, of Davenrort.
Mr. and Mrs. George Siauduhar have a
son in their home and the architect now
walks as if he was fully an inch higher
than he was a diy or two ago.
Lost A saddlecloth on Moline avenue
betwet-n Twenty-fourth and Thirtieth
streets. Finder please return to Brk
er's grocery store and be rewarded.
The b! zzard of last week was so un
seasonable as to induce McCabe Bros', to
continue their silk sa'c over this week.
Stock largely augmented by later arrivals.
It will be unneccs iry to call the atten
tion of the public to the attraction at
llarrxr's theatre Tuesday night as Milton
and Dolly Nublts are favorites with every
one. How is this? Twenty-flve cents a pair
for children's shoes. Entirely new. Come
quick or they will be all gone. 1614
Second avenue. J. W. Jones' second
Indigo," the opera to be given at Har
per's theatre the 17ih by W. T. Carleton's
Opera company, is the greatest comic
opera out this season. It has some of
Strauss' flues', music.
No space to display more than one-fifth
of the immense white goods stock which
McCabe Bros', have bought for this
season. S'.ill the site goes merrily on
with prices much lower than they have
ever been before.
EJward Dahon and Mylo LaGrange,
the former chargd with larceny and the
latter with carrying concealed weapons,
were taken into the couuty court today
and pleaded guilt?. The former was
fined $25 and costs and the latter $25
acd sentenced r 30 days in jail.
The new front having been put in
Goldsmith's clothing store, Mr. Gold
smith is now ready for business again
acd will be pleased to greet all his
friends. The improvements about the
premises will, however, consume some
Daniel McEir.nie, the nominee of the
democracy in the First ward Saturday
. n'ght, has declined the nomination, and
his reasons for the same have been given
to the ward committeemen Messrs.
Ilaible, Repine and Corken, who desire a
caucus called for Thursday evening to
choose a candidate in Mr. McEinnie's
Korth to F.arth.
The funeral of the late William durst
was held from the residence of bis son,
lion. E. W. llurst, on Sixth avenue at 2
o'clock this afternoon, Rey. F. W. Mer
rell otllciatiog. it was attended by a
large number of sympathizing friends,
there being also a profusion of beautiful
floral oflerings. The pallbearers were:
U. Crampton, H. C. Cleavoland. W. T.
Maglll, E- D. Sweeney, William Jackson
ant T. H. Thomas.
lion. E. W. Hurst arrived home from
the north on ( Saturday evening. The
wife of deceased was buried just four
weeks ago today, and Mr. Hurst and bis
sisters have the sympathy of the entire
community in this their double affliction.
TURN OUT TONIGHT.
The; Columbian Committees Should
all be Represented.
Let a rand Showing; be Kade at the
- It joins Uooit Pro
Tonight at the rooms of the Rock Is!
and Citizens' Improvement association
occurs the meeting of the soliciting com'
mitttes for the Twin-City Columbian ex
position. All the committeemen who
have devoted any tima to the work report
gratifying progress, and at tonight's
meetinz everv solicitor should make a
repor , if it be but one share. Every
share o' stock counts. Rack Island is
anxio is to show half its portion of the
capital stock at tonight's meeting.
Twen y thousand was in sight at the
Thursday evening meeting, and since
then tiere have been a number of large
subscriptions which The A Rous has
heard of. There will be no question
about raising the t25. 0)0 by tonight, if
the committeemen will but do their duty
Rod: Island's new physician, Dr. Sala
showed his public spirit this meaning by
taking two shares of stock. inese are
the kinl of citizens all cities like to wel
come. The wholesale house of Henry
Dart's bona mde its report this morn
iog and it is a credit to that pioneer mer
cantile establishment. Every man in
the employ is a subscriber, the list being
HENT.Y DJRTV 1N- LIST.
Ht-nrv f eons... ttl J S White ."
J W "WVlih 2 H Jennings 1
A DWt-lcl 1 K II Dart 1
w II Dart 1 I. A Sohillitisrcr 1
()MI!ivlo 1 Kdwanl lluffmaun. .. 1
John feurL- 1 li W l'ah 1
John Ott 1 Hohort Ilnffniniin ... 1
J.icob Kail 1 Charles Uruhu 1
Gnebive B ulm 1 H V Burns 1
Ira Kurr 1 Genrae W Davis i
W P Uriffln 1 W H Ilrongh 1
HE r.iickii zhiuu.... 1 II C Horn 1
J O Thump- ou 1
OTUEUS OS l OXUITTLE OS HEUCHANTS
T J Robineoa SO K Crampton 4 Co.... 5
H D Folsoni 5 fieonre Srlint-iiler.... 5
.loyd i Steu-art 5 F Ltitlolph .. 3
K A Donalil ou 2 J K Hawthorne -
EM sala 11 C Wivill v!
Henry K.ke nuan.... 1 Will A Iiobu 1
Tonight Moline will have its mass
meeting snd tomorrow morning enter
upon its canvass in earnest.
The ve'satile and always popular
actor, Milton Nobles, and his charming
young wife. Dollie Nobles, will make
their appearance in this city tomorrow
night in his successful play "From Sire to
Son." The piay is by far the best work
yet given to the public by that versatile
actor and sucsessful dramatist. It
possefsas in an eminent degree the ess
senlial elcmi nt of "human interest." The
men and women are flesh and blood.
There is notiing artificial about them.
Dollie Nobles plays with great sweetness
and inttiligeare. She sings exquisitely
accompany it J herself with the mando
lin. Mr. Njbles plays with the ease,
polish and m ignetic force that have al
ways characterized his work. Many ad
mire Milton Nobles as an artist far above
the average in point of ability. He is
always conscientious, and while he may
fail .oorretime.f to realize a character, still
you will nev r find him commonplace.
He is a p'oduct of our American
civilization, ucd has risen from the
r inks, like others that might be named.
to a prominent position as one of our
leading native actors. His plavs show a
broad knowleLe of men and things. A
close analyst himself, be has civen to the
literatvre of tie 6tage much that in the
future will be regarded as models of their
c'ais. Tin company supporting Mr.
Nobles is abeve the average, several
names being (jutte familiar to theatre
goers. Two ar.t9 of '"From Sire to Son"
are located at Yuba, Cal., during the
days of the Argonauts. The. greatest
compliment that the drama has received
is its enthusiastic reception in California,
and its cordial praise by the entire press
of San Francisro. One able critic there
pronounces it the best play yet written by
an American, dealing with California
life and character. Another makes note
of the fact that Mr. Nobles is the only
playwright to date who has been able to
write a California play without dragging
in the Chinaman as a principU charac
ter. Few plays have so many elements cap
able of securing popular success as "Blue
Jeans," to be seen at the Burlis, Davea
port tomorrow niht. It is a mixture of
melodrama, comedy and farce. It has a
plot of strong interest in itself; it is
crewded with incident, and the action is
very brisk from beginning to end, the
fun is of that genuine and spontaneous
order which bubbles up continually from
the situations or iscidents, while there is
"just enough pathos to shade off the
humor and to told one's sympathies.
The scene is laid in what is known as the
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard,
"Blue Jeans Deestrict." in Indiana, dur
ing a political campaign. Col. Henry
Clay Risner, the politician of the Tillage,
and "Perry Bascom" are canvassing for
votes. . There is the cobbler, a mighty
personage, who is such a good republictn
that he refuses to mend the boots of a
democrat, the-villagc brass band in full
blast, and' the spread engle stump
speeches. In the tecond uci u ical
live" yearliug bull is led on the stage by
Miss Burt, and munches cabbage leaves
out of her hand while they are making
preparations to barbecue him a heartless
operation but in character. In the third
act occurs the famous saw mill scene.
On Thursday evening of this week the
Carleton opera cempany will sing for the
first time here, Johann Strauss' beautiful
"Indigo." The productions by this
famous company are always first class in
every respect and the music loving popu
lation may ex feet a delightful perform
ance. "Indigo" is the co.nic pera which
made such a success in London that it
was produced simultaneously in Paris and
New York. The scenes are bright, the
dialogue witty and the music is the best
ever composed by the famous "Waltz
King." The Carleton company numbers
50 people and each one is an artist.
labor 1'onurrns Maltrrn.
The regular monthly meeting of the
TriCity Labor Congress was held at HiN
lier's hall yesterday afternoon. There
was a good attendance and considerable
routine business was transacted. C. S.
Baird, of Davenport, the secretary of tte
congress, resigned and Michael Concan
non, of this city, was elected in his place.
There was a lengthy discussion of the
question pertaining to the Davenport
Leader, and it was decided to hold a mass
meeting in Davenport next Saturday eve
ning, a programme for which will be ari
ranged later. J. C. Elwards, of Cam
bridge, a delegate from the National
Farmers' Alliance, was before the con
gress, sud sfter general discussion of the
abor question it adjourned.
The great reason for the success of
Hoods Sarsaparilla is found in its positive
merit. It cures where other preparations
Wrenched Out of Shape.
Joints enlarged and contorted by rheumatism
are among the penalties for allowing this ob
stinate malady to gain full headway. Always li
lt dangerous from its liability to attack the vitals
invariably it U fgonizing. Hostettcr's Stomach
Bitten has In nothing more clearly asserted its
supremacy to the ordinary remedies for this
malady than In its powiir to expel the rhenmatlc
virus completely iron toe 0101a. 11 is sate, ion,
while co'ctiienm, veratum an 1 mineral poisons
prrserihed for it ara not. The efficacy of the
Bitters as a cleanser of the circulation is also
conspicnonsly shown where the poison of miasma
infects the vital fluid, or where it is contaminated
with bile. (Constipation, dyspepsia, '"la grippe,"
kidney and bladder trouble, nervousness and
debility are olsr moved by it. The convalescing
and the aged and iuflrai derive much benefit from
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comes on. A few bottles of S. S. S. taken
at that time may imure good health for a year
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that nature be sssu-ted at the right time.
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tonics I ever used."
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SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a success he had made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelintrs Have
yon examined these pianos ? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
make, but call and see the New Scale;
they arc the finest in the land. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Onk. Bird's Eye Maple. Mahogany.
Satin, Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
the finest variety ever shown in the city
of Rock Island.
S. Ecy Eowlfcy, 1725 Sec;rd Ave.
PTl JD. Wr vjt.;i v JSL m . in sw
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavlne just furnished a fine Parlor aptairs ana
cqnij ped ii with two of Brunswick Jt Balke's
finest Billiard Table, also two fine Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
180S Second Avenue.
SI NO BOKl
t treet. vbere ativer
t siuf1 xmtroct may
e found da
t GEO. P.
OVEL1. it CO'o
New spring jackets
just received; blacks,
tan, mixtures and
navys. See our $3.98
Beautiful India silks
in best make; com
bination of colorings
Our dress s-onriv
uu w iuini pro . v
laxesi productions in forei "
Henriettas anil other tc-3
we are snowing the la
things in dress trimmings fa JT,
Rock Island, Illinoii
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
urniture and Garnets
IN THE THREE CITIES:
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premian
for quality. If yon want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
. Every worn an that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal an i t-v-ry on
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Chrirtmas or
any other time. Come in ani see how much 1 have to show you
that, is usefal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock IsLnl
MANY OF. THE NEW SPRING STYLES
Are now being received. We are prepared to show our customers many of the leading
and most popular styles. Among the many novelties
Are displaying, are Vestee suits in different styles, double breasted suits in the new shades,
three piece suits in abundance. The grandest novelty of the season is the Zouave suit which
is expected this week. Our stock of School Suits is immense.
EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LINE OF STAR WAISTS
MANY BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN HATS AND CAft
If you take pleasure in seeing your children look neat and tidyjclothe them at
IRON CLAD AND