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THti AB(JUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMiiEK 18, 1892.
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IrrMBed chickens M ArnohtV.
Tine b ad lettuce at Arnold'
Fine lake moki-d fish at Arnol IV
Smoked halibut at Sander & Son's.
Dresced chickens at Sou ler & S n.
Oysters and Cilery at Soader & Sin's.
Couee pots 6.v and up at the Calum
ii. Daisy wringers 1.78 at the Colum
bia. Clothes pins, seven doz?n for 5c at the
Read the Columbia adveriisim :nt on
Any klni of a cake ma3e to order at
Trell & Math's.
Fred Hilfiiger's is the place to bu
jour single harness
The best place to buy your borse blun
lets is at Fred Hilfinget'a.
Spinace, green onions, coup bunch
oyster plants at Arno.n s.
Ven's rubber boots $S 43 at the Fam
ous shoe store, Davenport.
Beautiful resideoc on Elm street for
3&le at a bargain by Reidy Bros.
P. C. Galloway, of Mason City, Iots,
is in Rock Island visiting friends.
A good work shoe 9Si.. worth f 1.25 a
'.fee Famous shoe sti re, Dvenport.
Feather tips, wines, quit's, hit trim
mings, from 4c up, at the Columbia.
Five thousand dollars to loan at Ri-idy
Bros." in hums from $1,000 to f 3 000
Pipe Cod cranbf-rries and fine eitine
aid cooking apples at Soudi-r & Son's.
Try onr hoorhound candy for c.'.lil?
We rcase it titra fctroc". Kre'.l &
Fiirnibed rnoim for rnt. Ano' a
5302 Fourth avenue. Splendid iocsl;on
ar! u conveniences.
-"CH'iee nt wai.r a? k cs is! -ni
1 ri 1 ' at norm 'od .y a9 1 S3 nn.l ti e
t- Taper .ture wag 31.
V;'i'a blT.Znrd, wool lined A'. fka.
v wwo -:h f 1.33, at. O.L.Wyniw & C.'s
F timiis SMOrt & orc, D ivenrort.
M. Arnold h-i? fccur. d the m-crrf o'
the vb-cti-t m-,n:er, the fl:iRt i:n
pot'.d cl.o-ji.la'e on the market.
Evorv art in "True Ti'.ne." is ont
TOUnd of merriment, n-vpt-r'.t tln're.
occ tiht, Suturlay tveniug, N.tv 19.
Tim; while perform. nee of "True
.Slue" 'i'i delight'ul from bepinuinir to
end. Ha"p. r'd they're tomorrow even
ing. A 11 .if line of )adi-' over-cii'ers. 89.
worth $1 25. at Q. L. Wvres A" C 's
famous su e store, wed Third s'rett,
The ci.'U weather hss no t ff.-ct on !be
ice ce tin business. K'tll & Ma'h k"er
:t for s-l:' all winter. Panics and fHrn
The election is over, but the coin"
wetth- r Iihm just commenoe ! nrd now is
voor time to buy your horse blankets at
The rcco'd brc.ker ricked to thp
ioors rvervwhere- The merry coirtefty,
"True Cue." Hirpi r's theatre, one n'ght.,
3itnrdy. Nov. 19.
We have commenced mukicg home
tnade Connies If you want some pod
taffy, rrenm candy arcnrim Is sop in to
I:e!l & Math's fre.ih every day.
Gu-tav !tenpel. Sr , bus retu'ned f om
CtiiC'ii;o, whi re he ui.d rwat treittra-n!
for his blood trouMes, and his friend
will be glad to lenrn that be is now gi-i-Vmti
Ellen, infant daughter of C E SVt
and wife, die I at js rar' nts bome. 4412
Sevenh tv -rtir. a'. 2 30 o'clock y-erdiv
afti rn '3 of diohiherii, i:z d 3 yers.
The funeral occur cd in Mol.ce t...!uv.
Thn dumnre su't of F:-rrritn vs. IT mo
wiilkor, o' Ha:np'on, i stiil on triil in
ihu c rciiit cour;. ,1. T. Ken'wortr.y an I
U M Ktur 'enn represetit t!ie t,iititiC
sn.i J. L IIi.-s .nd lion. W. II Ge.-t th
The '.rm lat r.ibt l-l.-rked frivol
more or I. kr on nil the. roadi riiiiLina i i'o
tli" r.iry. trains h' ii.i; d l ivi d on tt.e C
H.& Q .0 .U.I.& P. and IlliP. VU
frum the eat nn1 wi:Bt were duUf d U -ia
ir. c 'tisequenc?
Tomorrow is L'tosley's cup and e-au'tr
.lay I.- ipn't lively tht ih3 croc'rieiy
sti re will have to lock customers out, es
M. & K. did yehterduy, but if the people
nf Rock island know a good thine wh n
they tee it, tt.ere'U be a lot cf these si
sent china cupe and s-ueers sold
Fred J. Fisher, well known in the c;ty
and who hs been in Chicago heetiine
books in the wholesale ertablishment of
a unn.le,was married there on Monday to
Miss Cipitola Oerhardi T.iev will meke
their home in Cnic .sr mi will be ft
hone to their fri-nds at 377 Wtsh
i .gton street
Hecretarv Bbikeslee says that number?
of the Y M. C. A should mafcrt it a point
lo attend the meetings tooiKbt and to
morrow nie'ut, tbe l ist or the week of
1 ver. The time his hem changed to
7:45 and tt.e rueetir l-t" j .sl 45 min
utes. All jouna men whether m-.-mbi.r-Jr
not Will tie welcome
A Story of QuceiiHlaiKl's Mine.
Three men had arranged for 11 blast of
dynamite. Two of them walk away, while
he other lights the fuse. Thefu.se being
JCkted, the navvy throws the lighted
snatch aside. It drops into a keg of gun
powder, and be is blown up.
He falls, lacerated and burned, just across
he hole where the dynamite is. His com
rades see his (lunger, run forward and
drag him away ju-tt in time. And they go
an with their work aa if nothing had hap
pened. "'Queensland in 18S9."
D) P R
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; Wo Alum,
Used ia Millions of Homes 40 Years fhe Standard.
KINGS T THE TABLE.
What Some ol tlie Kuropfan Rnlrrs Ea
&nl Hoi Often I'luifl Kare.
TThe delicaci "fi upon the tables of tbe
crowned heads of Knrope have always ex
ercised a potent charm upon tbe imagiita- i
f mns f t I. nL-.i . . ) V. n i- n navncaf a ( 1. .. . r 1
sides. But the pictures of tbe "fleBhpots
of Egypt.," conjurl up by tbe fancy, often
widely di.Ter from the reality. Simplicity
reinns at manv courts.
Among all the European rulers the table
of the emperor of Austria, althonh he
himself is extremely temperate in eating
and drinkinc, is the richest and best
served. King Humbert of ltnly, however,
might Almost lie called a vegetarian, as he
lives- alnnift eutir-Iy unon fruit and vege
tables. He drinks only Bordeaux wine
mixed with water. Bui the most temper
ate of all tbe earth's potentates is I'ope
Lrf-oAUl. Ilis breakfast, which he is ac
customed to eat after mass, consists of cof
fee and milk alone. At noon the aged
ruler of the church eats two eggs, a small
piece of chicken, as a rule, and some fruit.
He drinks n.t the Rame time a glass of Bor
deaux. On fast days fish and inaccaroiii
are substituted for the chicken. From
dinnertime uutil bedtime the pope takes
no nourishment with the exception of a
bit of bread dipped in milk.
A better eater is the eruieror of Russia.
Even at breakfast tea, eggs, ham and beef
must be placed on hix table. At luncheon,
which is eaten about 11 o'clock, the czar
takes bouillon with egg, mutton chops and
cold game. As a rule at this meal he
drinks three cups of strong coffee. At 2
o'clock he eats a dish of milk and rice.
Dinner is served at 6 o'clock. It is a
Kbearty meal after the French pattern.
leiore going to lied he stills the Jiangs of
hunger wiili tea and coffee. Queen Vic
toria prefers Scotch dishes, and the queen
regent of Spain remains true to t he A us
trian cooking, biing e.-peeirilly fo;:d of
Emperor ViKi.-im II is a heavy enter.
He prcK-rs nourishing dishes, ho ver. to
the refined examples of the . :. -; art.
After the naniii::-; liath he is -j : --, -iwith
an English LiealwA-st., cons.'sii.-..- f tea,
bread, eggs in some form, r.,u ii beef
steak, etc. His !;!!. li. iMiallvtiiU alone.
j is also rich. lie t:u.es at ibis tin..- s-oup,
meats, vegcw.'.iie. ro-:sl au-1 s-.vei : :. 1Y-M-;
r.er is iiimounced ;it 5 o'chiek. At ll. is meal
j tiie empress i.im', ch.-.nce guests help the
cn-iperci its w ki'ilrig away tiie time. It uik-s
j not consist usually of more dishis than the
other itieiils, bin ur;-eat eaie is. ttikcu in m--
ieci:ng nielli, j i:e ei'ipress oMeii makes
up the t ill nf fare l.e-s. If, and tries t-o
choose i In- favorite u-sl., s of her husband.
If the eti:p-r..r ha t.il.. ri much i xercisc
during the d-iy a light meal is cien iate
at night. 'IV. i tit; 1 cul-,1 meats at least nrj;
always rt adv. Ilis majesty is i-x; remely
fond of "bo.vle" nr punch, selii.m; taking
beer. His favorite w ines lire us -".ie and
lll.ine wit.es. - Exchange.
The constantly recurring euest ion of vac
cination has brought i:,io doubtful repute
the com i nued use of I he boviiii virus fur
the operation. Hesuhsof many thousand
cases show that the l.umani.eii virus is su
perior to the bovine, for in tiie latter there
is nlwnys much uncertainty, and frequent
failures are generally the rule. The ques
tion of tuberculosis appears again in this
matter. Despite the great care by those
who have vaccine farms, it is pretty evi
dent that some animals are employed that
have latent tubercalo.-is, and the vaccine
virus obtained from them must be any
thing but safe. I'oi.souing ca.ses from vac
cination in children are quite common, and
the trouble comes from the virus used.
Sometimes it is duu to the constitution of
the one treated.
If a weakly child inherits some constitu
tional trouble the vaccination will gen
erally irritate it and bring it tothesurt.ice.
While the bovine virus is not perfectly safe
owing to this latent tuberculosis, it is also
true that the human virus is frequently
tainted. But the human being can be
diagnosed and examined lieitcr than the
bovine, so that jieople can be selected w ho
are entirely free from all taint and disease.
The humanized virus obtained from such
people would be perfectly s.;fe. The typical
method of vaccinating by the new m'vde is
to puncture the vesicle aud transfer a small
port ion of tha lymph to the abraded suot
; on the trtii of another child. Very little
bad results from such humanized virus.
1 aukee Dlade.
Till ere Smoliin; Is a Sin.
Falgrave, in bis interesting book de
scribing his journey to the sacred city of
Mecca, gives uu amusing account of his
conversation wit h a moliah.
On asking the revereud gentleman
which be considered the most deadly of all
sins tbe holy man replied:
"Smoking the shameful."
"And next, O son of tbe prophet'"
"Are these the two greatest sins, fa
ther?" "Verily, my son."
"Ah, that's nothing nothing. It's for
"Ah, that's forgivable too."
"It is the unforgivable crime," replied
the mollah sternly, and looking keenly at
the fictitious Mohammedan.
And this is the Afghan's creed. Murder
and theft are forgivable crimes, but for
smoking and drinking t here is no redemp
tion. The Iloine In Vncful lrn if le:ia.
The whale can be put to a great number
of uses when dead, nscu ulso the horse, the
various parts of which are utilized as fol
lows: Huir of uiauc and tail f-jr haircloth,
ste.fji ng Cjattresbes and uiuking hags for
crushing seed in oil mills, etc.; hide and
skin tanned for leather for covering tables,
etc.; teudecs used for t-lue and gelatin;
flesh for f .jod fur dogs, poult 17-aud man;
fat used for lamps, etc.; intestines used
for covering t-ausages, making gut strings,
etc.; heart aud tongue for food; hoofs for
gelatin, prussiute, fancy snuff boxes, etc.;
bones for knife handles, phosphorous, su
perphosphate of lime and manure; blood
tor manure and shoes for reuse or lor old
iron. Spare Moments.
Monday M Fnlncliy Day.
A statistician of the German government
has come to the rescue of those persons who
do not share the widespread superstition
that Friday is the most unlucky day of the
week. A short time ago he determined to
make a scientific investigation of this ques
tion, using for the purpose, among other
things, the records of the department of
compulsory insurance. The most fatal or
unfortunate week day, according to the in
vestigator, is not Friday, but Monday.
Sixteen and seventy-four hundredths per
cent, of all accidents, it seems, occurred on
that day, 15.51 per cent, on Tuesday, 1(134
per cent, on Wednesday, 15.47 per cent, on
Thursday, 16.:J8 per cent, on Friday, the
same per cent, on Saturday and 2.09 1 pe
ceut. on Sunday. Chicago Tribune.
An tne hands employed by acertaiu lieari
button factory, Chauucey Dcpew savs voted
tue Democratic ticket. . ' '
1C0 Reward tlOO
The readers of this paoer will b;
p'ehsod to learn that there is at least ore
drehild discat-e that science h is been
tble tocur in ali its stag'-s, at'd th-it js
cstnrrh. Hull's Catarrh Cur is the onlv
positive core known to the medical fre
ternit.v, t'alarrh being a constitutional
disease, it q'.iire a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Cxtarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon tbe blood
and mucous surfaces of the syf-tcm
thereby destroying the fouudstion of tbe
disease, and g'vina the patient slrenglti
by building up tbe constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have go much faith in its cur
ative powers, that they fljr O.ie Hun
dred Dollars fir anv esse that it fuiis to
cure. S;ud fcr lis' of tesmotiisl.
Ad.irets F. J CHENEY & CO..
tST-old by T)-u trills. 75c
.A i 1 1 i s e in o ii t s.
J. E. Montrose, 1"U irer.
CS1S MlillT iKLY,
ictuicay Evening, Ncv. 19.
ONE L0NO LOUD LAUtfll!
In ihc Meirv !:l.;.ry
Com; dy ei-tlticd
100 One IIujtdked--100
fe pie will a;.; ear in the p ay iin.Ier the auspi
ces of llr .- . K. h - it s V,f V. oeeniiie Willi
r. H'ii-t'c r: veli.lien of co-iih, rn lite down
seiith b- fore ih. war, followed bv I la:
Ciin,p fire aii'i i-nson ec ties .ilia
Ihe mult bra'tti' li Tabtau
t-T r irest n eii on imy nlbe.
rlrtiiioii l.i. So ani 50 c.-iuf; reocryed scats
Hihoai t-xira clia-ee.
TihR DAILY AUGtTS H3L1VEHKD AT YOU 3
i. door every ceio ni; l.r isic per week.
port HEX I FnrniBhcd rooms at 1-103 Second
("fTANTEI) rOUli GKNTt KMKN HOAKDKRjj
' I in private f..in:l. No. Scti Nineteenth SI.
I OST-A BLA' K VUKr. FIVDKR WILL
li please r turn 10 Tat Ann 1 ottice.
rTTANTKU SITi ATlOs AS GISOOEKY
VV cl.rk. Kive yi-nra' citieiicoc. Ail.iress
W'ANTEn TW ENTY KIVK GIKL-, VO
sweet potatoes, tewtiy work for three
;cki. Warm r in ami d y work. Milan Can
it g an ! Preeerv ni; t'o., Viilti, il.
AN TED Earni';. lute! igent lady ti estab
' ltph a eon., p.-yi 1115 b is-iu ss: ene tiavinc had
xp 'rienre in a sick r oai pre erre.i ; cull ut suite
i, Mee'uil..tiei Uiocs D:ive:iimrt, l.iwa.
(ENTS mHkin f5 o flO pr O.av rliinc the
Klft t-jrrti vV. is li-r Lou I ol t want, r.01' Hrl v
-'n-et, J?fiVfiiprri, Inwi, -econ 1 iVur, tona 2 to
i. ni. tli Lcral -it nt wuut'-a.
GENT- ANT ?1 WK W ANT F UST
: c as" tr.sToiinr -u o in n to h-nd'e oar iutir -ti
cat i anii reuw u u ; : l.ue. Colombia
ii h: dLiffUHt Co.. t'lccl:iijl. O.
fr ii.h !KiiPt kf!iinir. tinfurtii-hc i or T-.r:lT !
urnifh d. turujic or pitMin heat prt-fcTi-d.
lit lcrtiifcs. Ajvly D, c-re of ia i;& office.
'C-rT1 115 PER DAY AT II'ME. SEI.t IN'G
Lirhtnini; lMat.r aid limine jewel rv,
i -atche, ub.csre.r. P.atetbe tlnest of jew-
irj gooi. aJ n w. ouall kind of metal, wi'h told.
ver toaie hap p orlfl need-np platine.
li. K. lit LNO i- t O., alumbuii. O
NOVEMBER SALES AT THE
Its earlier, considerable earlier, than usual for special sales, but we are prepared to offer some extraordi
nary inducements. Better give our patrons the benefit of these bargains early than late. The sooner vou
have an opportunity to get these benefits the sooner we are benefitted. We have
f2 00, 3.56. 5.05,
that are pori'ivelf the bent vuluee you
for the price are to be fuund elsewhere
f l.50, 2.50, 3 90, 4.50, 5 00,
Pretty Pa'terns; stylish make. Warm, neat, serviceable and good enough
for any child, and equal to those other dealers would charge one-third more
n 13c, 18c, 25c, 38c, 50c,
A shoddy price but not shoddy Roods they are good wearers and just
the thing for school wear. - - '
We can do buiiur ss with you because carry just auch qualities as you
ant. We do not pretend to give goods awa$ but we can sell goods cheap and
'do. The dollar yon speDd with us goes farthjw gels more style, quality, quan
tity and durability, than any money you expend.
One Price Clothiers and Shoers. Best Equipped
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
wid Dot irs or smoite; heavy s'eel body;
larc:e sh i n Csll an i exuirone this
wonderful sieve sold t'y
New styles ol
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eail Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
' Always on ham: t
! ",'d "niKir-J(l ri-.-t
i 1 "V core 01 ;ue
Alway on ham the fluent brands of domestic
arte All brnnMs of tobacco.
ball ciimes will bo received
L. QLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1X08 Second Avenue.
C.D0, P.90, 10.00
Lave ever two. No such qualities
in this vicinity.
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c 8 NTIRE
Special attend n is called to
fire new numbers of ladies'
Kid Gloves jist arrived
1 Our Duchess blacks and
colors, extra quality for
2 Latcsca blacks and colora.
beet value we ever had,
iy'Try our bran l of SMOKED .MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ns. 110:?. j 1700 Third vi .
WE ABE ALWAYS TN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on tli road. Parties desirous o'
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
eame at our piemises.
HUNEOE, DoRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Aarket Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
JSpGood liooms by day or night.
UNTD3riIIlLL & GL.1S3, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Akn's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
13.48. 7.f0. 9.50, 13 50, and 15 00,
tht will commatid the rpppecf, the capfld -nee. the good will and the pa
tronage of th08 who will tiike piios to cull nmi see them just such goods
as you want and just tuch qualities as we can pell with confidence.
58c, 98c, $1;50, $2 38, $2.95.,
Better than it has ever before been our good fortune to sell at theB
' prices cannot help but please you call and see them.
I5c, 88c, 48c, 75c, 98c,
As good as the best values that nan hj had. and perhaps a little better
about"" 'aVem0neT ,bU7inKrUrni8hin Oood ' ! qaesUoi
Clothing and Shoe House
H Parri'z a spVndtd musu'
4 Chamoise, very good,
New assortment ia cur beet
Dressed and Undressed
Glomes, including 8om
high colors, scarlet, blue
in Rock Island County.