Newspaper Page Text
THE AHGUS, .MOXD1Y. NOVEMI5EK I, 1892.
Eighl rooms for rent ItcidyBro3.
John Buckley of Joslia was in tho city
Dsocitig school in Roche' tia'd Tues
day n-RhL. t-
Atenl dancing school at li)che'a hall
Any kind of a cake made t order at
Krell & Math's.
Remember, danc--n school at Kocbt'e
hU Tuesday night.
N cs dressrd turkeys and chickens at
Crocks Sc 1 bid man's.
Delicious Concord amTValagi grj e
at brooks & Th;tlman. "
400 fancy rockers fuiTthristmus p:ei
ems at Clemann & Sa'zthtau's.
It has been' well said tb-.t VcCabe
Bros, have the gn a test cloak stock.
Try cur ho.'irhound candy for colds.
We it.hkv! i- xtr strom. Krell &
Willi ttu Atkinson c nie down from
Dubuque auJ p Lt Surday with hU
0ie s, celery, crn.herrii s and nranses.
aud iinu'n', 'he Lni'sl la t..e niirkel al
B o. fci & T.. ii .Ui .u s.
Cties, pi s, d'li-gtinuis aril brown-
breml tor m I v Hi to 'a livid, at the
Ui i' r b is . j bhrsn toy Wednesday.
.I'Lj'it.f. 'Join nr;- jcu ijn which maj
!e il in rrKii.io i:. tLe I .oprietorship o!
a t'X k I i n u 1 1 Lotil ia the tear future.
F.-r st'i. Hiii'i h i .l turn.t.ire com
plete. IV-oplo irivz to purchase will
Cod ll to V.i. 1: udvaaliL't! to c di hi 1423
Tv.c joucg lidis oT K'i'.b's Bind will
bold a c-.ko saie at the Hirrer hous
phanuicv, Wednesday, Njv. 23, from 10
a. m. to 4 p. m.
The aanunl cvrar.ofitic xhihition of
the Turner fcoslety under tha direction
oi air. t,. a. lh win ti ke place ni -xt
Thur-day, i v. 24.
Tbty all c,o, the 230 coats and j i. ktts
from tue Nooti-irt.il Coik Co., ai atom
5'c i n it c d ).iar. Open tut&Orruw siorc
at MeCi.'Je Bros
We hkvc ri rrcunced rnikircj borne
:( C itiOt: i
-C y ( r- . r.i i
II.c!. SI a. i
Bi.-s i'l.! a
C:'. Tw,, L
l.i) r ij'. 1 y
If jou want dime ijotirt
iv hr caramels sup ia t.
- i.-r-h every ci iy .
f the Nor pjn.il C'!o:.k
Mild b: il ti:;T t'-.rnitfu s.
i Cube LJi'os. h r a j teh.w
b u'i s-le '.u.i. iTi u..ii ii-
T!m- s( cor ! Ward C
its lii a i i -r er.' turn.
IT-1 y i - hre ur-1, .
li r..l a hi.s-ii.e-s ol
!i e fit!!) r.irtts a'
tr.i- l:i::t. t A'l
r: q .esle.l to at
:mtoriaiu e will be
tr r.. .c. i ii .
B-''ar-er.T re ! .1 .seph Hoi'rs ta
lo id in Mi line i.vmiie last niyht anil
i lole 1 in t orn strt a liflj. 1 he iotruJ
trt were w i'hin bfinu's reach of (50 in
ess. i, but n-insed it.
40 over 4 i0 fant:y rockers now in
stork at C'truaLn & Sa'f mann's furcitute
s-ti re. Make yot,r Christmas se'ectious
iiow snd h-.vc tbcm stnt away to be de-livtr-d
Mis. Waiter JobLsoa has been sutriaond
ti V el;rj,Ija,by the sudden icd thock
ing death of her brother Georje Head,
f'oa tbc fi.-c's and exaosnre of last Fri
day afternoou's storm The fucc.rd ac
tuts lomorro- afttrnoon.
Cicvc Smiib. sjn cf Mr and Mrs L. F,
S.-i:i:h, 315 S x:h s reef, died at. 3 a.n..
tU(iday of ki '::t y troub le, io 2 years 4
aionll.s. lite tii-jiial was b- Id trom ttn;
nsiiie:-ef n: 2 o'c 'o-k tits Kftcrnooc,
K..v li- F. 'i;.th i ffl .iatiog.
Tlia reiTiaip) of Misa Joseph ne WaUh,
l u2l.t r of I i v i 1 WaNb of Milai, who
d.ed ol Ks.iri.al f Ver t S'.. ,7oaepri, ?!) ,
wee. b Of?t:i i.- this city Saturday rio"i
intr, ttu lb iL'tnt nt tuii'g made in "h
Cafuol'c ctn;'.;y irtm at. JoscpUV
BaVenpor' p?' thj know where to b iy
gi.od fnrn ta'e thcan, ss not. a d;y paM s
)u a week tnat Cierj'ann & Sa'ziifti n'fe
deiiyery wi j;on is cot feen goirg t: the J
lows side w::a a lo d of their sel -ct furn
iture tir.d crpits. It t 1 jmy R ick Is -hn.i
people to bjy at home.
Have you visited Clrrrjurn it S lz
munci's lur&i'u-e eslsblishrneM litelj?
U will p'iy you to rio eo itni ere their
iuimer.se sti c's of tew furn;ture, in h.1,
the new piMtrns and designs. They nre
i fljri-d at vfieitiy rsri'icfd prices. Select
j our Chri.-ra s .ti before the rush.
A very tdeiifsnt ca'd party whs hi Id nt
tl c heme of Mr-i. '.. Koch 03 Trdrd ave
rv.e j ts'er.Uy. in honor of Mi-s Titlie
Kiel; b.itb.;H . The afbro'ioa BOi
cci.ito were tili'isin 1 snen: in irrnes
and otlir r- i-l ims t.rd a 6ua supper
l8 i rvej. Aoul t v.clve cou(!j were
I re. i nt.
O-iv.rO sca par, ri-cd his friev's ili"
mMLiii b d'o.. in;- in u -o" tbera ur.he:
sided Mr. O; en is now h c.t' d at S-.'i
Litte Ci y, bt-d be is beieot it f .r n i-b rt
f.n.e n bt sim r-s. :r. O si ti, ir. C'tn
t ,.i y with s ) . e ii1 p .-', is ii'i oit to n-t-.oe
in mi itr.tn .; i,r..atjri2 prcj t nt
(J deer. W o., h i:tidi rinLin itiVoiv
icg 4'. 0 (0U scree of Hnd.
The pn lishi,i:ii s tre that the P.ork
Islstid bii.lc'i v. ill he f I.ed for the pu'
tirj; in of the new sieel 11 iorinc; in s'lout
a week, and the work will be pu-hed sr
ripid.y sspoBsih'e, TDe n.ateriAl w.ll tie
sll n the trrnmd before fiuera'ions are
commenced so that there m-iy be no un
nt cisasry rit lay. If is very ui fortun
ate l.nio of the rear to ihe bridge c'osj.
U irry O'D-iy, rf Sn Fracc'sco, ttie
wcil known second btsUiar, who
played tbb pst spssnn with the
Rock Islar'd-Volbie club, is winterinj in
Cordovi, 111 . wjrh Len 9tor.kell. Thj
bsve jut re'urnfd from m'"b' ii"'-
Tit ri'y Pure Cr
c - ,-1
ing trip t ihe V.er'dotda sw -mo C'Bav
is wanted in the sioutnr irm tia
may g.- ttere, aituouuh be w li ?'.;n!l
Theo. Ma'te. o? 2"3C Muliiie ,vccue.
ia the hx;il aect for the Ac:.?;t L fe ana
Accidt-nt Insurance citmpiuy -f llrt
ford. Conn., onu t;f the btst aid cheap
est iouracice companies f j me ruuatry.
Mr. Mtts is well trq i iia'c.1 ia Krnk
Iilurd and vicinity, ard id appreciate
aay favors in ihe way of tiu-irjess tnat
may be emrutfid to htm. The general
agency is at Pc'oria.
Anrcdotea and Thrir I" no.
No biographer can afford to netrlect the
illustrations and anecdotes of everyday life,
for they may serve bis purpose more suc
cessfully than the most elaliorate analysis.
Without the use of anecdote it is there
fore impossible to attempt biography, and
when a biographer mentions a pec ili ir
characteristic an anecdote may justify his
statement and confirm his accuracy. Thus
one may read thc.t Adam Smit'u w;is re
markably alwentminded. Xo one wid
doubt this when told that once having to
sifjn his name to an o:T:cil document the
great economist prinlueed, not his own hit;
nature, but an elaborate imitation of sig
nature of the person who Finned b.'fore
liira, and that c n another occasion a st n
tinel on dut y havi::ij saluted him in mili
tary style was surprised to see him ac
knowledge it l;y au awkward copy tf the
same pestti res.
Luseh.-tLe Eowellian Wojopherof Bis
marck, s.:ys that the chancellor is of a
choleric disposition. The least vexati n is
liable to provoke him to volcanic outb irsta
of temp, r, I ut t he eruption rapidly sub
sides, iie ti iis no confirmatory anecdotes,
but Count I'.ri t eornes to his n'.eue. say
ins in his "Memoirs'' that Bismarck iir.ee
left the emperor's apartment in a rase,
and finding t hat he was carrying Lyacci
dent the key with hiia he threw it i.itoa
b:isin in a friend's room end brok tlit
basin into fragments, ".'.re you ill ? "
asked the occupant of the r :n. "I v as"
replied Bismarck, "but am :-. tter nov.'"
S. Arthur Bunt in North Ataerictin Be
view. A Wlrked Tarr .
An old woman walked int i the root is of
the So it ty for the Prevention of Crt elty
to Animals the t ther day w ith a parr it in
a basket, l'oily took a perch on a ctrner
of the superintendent's disk. Cociing
one eve at nis ir.istress tie sant, l ou re a
fool:" She pi. id no attention to this re-!
mark, bt:t v-t.t on to say t i:at the bird!
was sir k and that she war.ttd him ie i
siroy-'l. At thisl'i.lly i -xrlaimed. "Vi u're '
a ilarl' He f.-iio-.veii tl i-i'.; with a string '
el iiniliS.ni.l Vuo i.'ir.is. such ns an not
commonly heard aw.-.y from ilcsf-r street
r.r. l ti e Bi.werv. Thin t!:e old wo nan
burst into tears. Her br- ! !:-r was i seal
captain, nn l he h.i l brought the prrrot j
from So'ith America. It, was the old
story. The sailors had tf.tight it to scar ;
and use ahominalde lanmii'p. Ileii. an
exceptionally apt pupil its renertor." of
"cuss wonls" and improper expressions
lx'came surprisingly large.
The old woman received the gift of the
bird with delight, but presently it assi iled
her with tbe most outrageous and abusive
epithets. Unfortunately she lived in a
house where there were many other 1 )dg
ers, and Polly did not hesitate to swer-r at
and villify them as well, calling tbeniall
sorts of unprintable names. Thus be u ade
such a disturbance and occasioned so cany
complaints that his mistress finally decided
that he must be killed, and brought him
to the society for that purpose. However,
Superintendent Hank iiisoo refused t ac
cede to the reouest. New York Cor. I hil-
II ow NVy Fm'eil I)'atli.
Marshal Ney was t he sun of a h :rd work
ins cooper, and had risi n from the ranks
of the army. He was a child of the pee pit-
am! whatever i:,av have been l.:s van
he threw them all aside in his hist days.
When he was led out to death, an oil.eer
ordered a ban lage tied over l is eyes.
"Why should you do that?" said "ey.
"Haven't I been uccustomed fortue:ty
five years to Uuk bullets aui cannua b liis
iu the face? '
j lie himself ordered the soldiers to lire,
I standing and facing them,
j His career summed up in one life the
i fpi rtacu'ar heroism of the past. Youth's
I'iflh Century Autliors. !
Ilerophilus, one of the Alexandranl
school, wrote) a treatise iu the practice, of !
medicine, on obstetrics, on t he eye, and on j
tiie pub-e, which he correct ly referred to
the rnoveniects of the hear". He van
aware of the existence of the i.ictcais and j
of their anatomical nd-it ions to t he ines-'n- I
teric fzlamK Krasitratiis his colieaeue j
and a pupil of Tiieophrastns and Chrysin
pus was a'.vare of the nature of the hei.rt '
and its c iuie-c ti-m with the veins and ,ir- i
teries, but he fell into the error that t he '
vcius were f jp thH convey.inee of air and '
the ari-.-ri.-s for that of hiood. Ot berw.se !
j be ntitifipatcd Harvey's frreat 2i.-;cove.-y. 1
; lie knew also that there were t wo kinds of ,
! nerves t '.. ii.-.-of mo: ion an I thoe of si u- a- I
lion. V.'esin.inster Ileview. 1
I'iifirin tl i iTircd ClinTierf.n,
It seeiiis to be the prr per tl.ini; now to
utterly ignore t!:e hired chaperon, S 10
rnav be ;is j t :i. -il in t t-per.rnnee and as
fre'.l dressed as !. r ehar;.' , but if she
rrji'.s pay for lo r n-rviccs she seems to
have forfeited her ri-ht to any rvcofpd- j
tion. Several in?; aiees indicating tl is
have been not iced lately on of the eh st
proEoniiced in a hotel restuuratit, A m m
entered, escottin a very nn.trt lookioi;
young woman, wi.o was accompanied y I
her chaperon. Seating themselves tie'
party partook of a k.n course, ilium r, t ia
two jirincipals never once acknowielgi:'2
by word or lock the presmce of the qui-1,
dignified looUin and well dressed cbapi r
on. Her Point of View in Xew Yo k
Wrr. Mi Cirtby. 122 E. 8th St., C n
cicna'i, O ii , writ --: "I ucd Dr. ii ili'a
Co-cb Svrup in rar f imily wiih ?ood re
pal's. We rerommcLd it to nil beada or
families as the bef-t.
To A ram or
; :: Alum.
The Ef?M-t of Mnsle on the IT r art.
At the military parade a small boy from
the country, who had scarcely ever heard
martial muic, turned suddenly, putt uir
his hand on bis heart.
"It makes me feel so queer here," he
said, the tears standing in his eyes.
"You are ill?" inquired his anxious
"Xo. I think I like it," he gasped.
The untutored lisping of the boy of the
pleasure that is ni.sh akin to pain describes
the efleet of music, frequently more seri
ous to impressionable people. A physician
has said that it. is a question if on great
public occasions it is not the effect of
music, saying to the soul the things un
utterable, that is resonsib;e for sudden
illness, fainting-', hysterics and calls for
the ambulance. These physiological ef
fects he traces through the emotions. The
fountains of the deep get broken up. The
troubling of t he mot-ion disturbs the se
cretions, there is an uneasy stir, it in
creases ir.io :u exci'ineiit. there is a call
for a policeman, the crov.d presses rijrht
and kit to tiiakc way for the hearer of a
prostrate form, and it is s.11 the fault of
the baiid. Xew York Kvening Sun.
:C0 S ward
.s -f ibis
.:;e d.d .il:
j.t.it to i or
i. i:r.; t h .1 tr-rr.
iC ll. it fC:
i to i-.: i i's s!&j.-
b is l.er.
(S thtt l-
c .t urh
il all's fatui-rh turn is the oaly
ct;re known to be medical fra
tl .'nrrb b.irg a const:! u'iorjii)
riise-ise. T' Q :irei a rorfitutioti'd tr-.t-n.enT.
itaii's Cvnrra C.ir- is 'n's-n in
ternall', sf-tTii; (iirec'iy up in the rilood
vrid TE'!c-".i3 fur'iics r f the syti m
'herehy destroTins the toundtion c,f tbe
d sensi-. Hi.fl eivini; t&o oatt-nt strength
by biii'.dinsj up tt;e cotif tittitir-c sad fts-s;c-'iti!T
nature i'l d m; il? work. The
oro rietors liav. s i raucb f d.h ia i's cur
itive powers, mat tbey ' H-r On: Hua
ilred D(d!ars for snv cftse that it f ai s to
cure. S.nd for list of tes'imonia's.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO..
tryol 1 hy D-ll. eist. 7jC
urils Opera House
Alt" kltiolUiy ANDXnnT.
Aii'i-ieil t. n nn rrv f.iri tit ef rorr.rJinrs,
ncu..jrL'Kj S and : ENTO-N. prert niiag
A Ciclore cf Fun aid Jollity
Ttder t e tr.araccraent of GO. W.JUNE.
Artmiss'on Prli-ef ?1 Ol. 7r, 50 and 25 cents.
Ch l.ren half pri.e to Maliaee.
yiHC DAILY A'tGl'-- DfiLIYEUKi) AT YOU S
x Conr nvry teiiiPS lor lwc per week.
i a uvea -e.
-Kij:iii!-l.Ld r: oms Kt lluS ec'.lnll
ii i e
e h hve l l lit-;
a:n. rert !ve rwrd.
i'l K GE'-.t:
1 in.l.' , t o. !
r.M EN i OAhPKUg
'li l:ie.eem:i si
.o.rn i,ii i. and
:i. u L i:--' .
e . at i v
7 ) H ):IN i
' I VI
in tU fi.
TO (INK i K ,
ei.oun at 1110 l
i lira A
;. ANT'ID-F-.n i
' I eh a iio ' tHi i:
t : rc; f(- j;l f, CK
', Mi e'ii.1 iii-li b ovs
iir.-rii-rrit i.,ly t i r-:sV
om ;i e e'ro.l; ci.l :.i saoe
.ii. veil, ,:!. 1 o:i.
- if h NTS .i.ak!ns
to pe- -.: ir Th--
- 1 lert-iei Atii.i,-rliini
Ir.'l'l, IlhVeliporl, 1- w.i. -e
'.'ll. m. Gc: I'KI fnt 'i;
" 0. 1 Wi:il.. Ilrn.lv 1
ii I ll or, riKiiu d. J t. 1
A TKti liuo-.ls !!i' FAV1I.Y
I for li: hr ri(il:!lrkee!ili'- l.nf n-r.i-li.-.i n. T.T.r lv :
tV TlVil I
uno-h il. iurnce or renin hi t l)r.fe:rjd.
li. leri nre . Aji.lyll.c re of ismbc-.
C-TO iflTi PET, r AT H MV.. sEI
',' Li-. Ii'i ltij i'lr.i. r a d ' W-ns jewetrv,
a rl.i r. tib e i.re. A' P ale ihe fim f m ji-w-
I'-rj fun a-n on !1 ki A-o' r.ieiai, wi h i old, I
h ? or iii.-s.l N ex i . r :.u ca, ii.-.l. i
Kver tor.ititi tn- u o-'ii t cil ne Vliir. j
U. K. hi tii ,v CO.. 1 a i:n run. (
Its earlier, considerable earlier, than usual for special sales, but we are prepared to offer som extraordi
nary inducements. Better give our patrons the benefit of these bargains early than late. The sooner von
have an opportunity to get these benefits the sooner we are benefitted We 'have
tbt hre poritiely ti e le;t ra!u 8 yon Lave ever awn.
f i r :l-.e p.uc re io be f -ucd elst where ic this vicioitv.
$1X0, 2.50, 3
rrttty PaUerpe; stilish rr.&ke. Warm, neat, serviceable acd gor d enough
for any child, uni tq'i.l to those other dealers would charge oac-tblrd more
: : - 13?, 18c, 5c, 3Se. 50c,
A Fhodoy price but cot shoddy good? they aie good wearers and just
tbe thing for schi 1 wear.
can do biisttj' ss wi-b you because we crry jaet such qunlities bs you
.vent. We do not pret-nd to jrive goods away, but e "an tell Roods cheap and
ve do. Th? doiltr tc u tperd ith us soes farther, ge'B more Btjle, quality, quan
tity and durability, tb-.n sny money you expend.
Oiie Price Clothiers and Shoers.
THE EIV3P.SID3 0A!I
n i l kerp
w i ! t C. IT'
t with s t cori;
l.eavv st, ( i bodv ;
T il nd
New stvies oi
D. ROY BOM'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Ease Ea!l Keauparters.
v 'V'O-.i.L ;
.. . ' -i. --. 1-;.-
" , --if-,'
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
ays on hau l the finest brawls of dort:e
rod iui:.or..-it riiarii All b'amN of tohscco.
Tee fcorc of ui) .ne hall g.unes ivdl be received
L. GLOCEHOF2 Prop.,
!( Second Avenue.
such q lalitks
We ask your inspection of
our line of ladies' fur
CAPES; we show a
good assortment at pri
ces that close buyers
will appreciate, we be
gin them at
for a very fair article
iNSTTrv our bran 1 cf SMOKED Mn'ATS.
l- 1 reman
Ali telephone orders prompt' j Sl'.-d. I Tel-p
A HE ALWAYS IN
TTi'R FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
in the chy.
Delivery wagor.3 always on
uaving tnem stop at
same, at our piemises.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
L0NCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
irSrGood r.r.oin? v Hzy or iiiarhr.
J. T. DIXOjST.
And Dealer in Alen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
thst will rimtii.flft llio r t f it...
v ii, lurmnbute, me sjijoq w'u and the r-
tr:nstre of those who will uke pins toci.II and e-? them juu such "oods
ea joa want aid just fuch qualities as we can sell with confiderce.
metier taan it nas ever Derore been
prices cannot help but please you
I5c, SSc, 48c. Jfc, 98c,
As Rood as the best values 'hat can be had. Bnd perhaps a little better.
Tou can Sive money by buying Furnish'n? Gjoda from us no Question
Clothing and Shoe House
LaTge vaiie'y of
ricus f urs. A s
for this week we v-ff?T oh
line of Ladim' blaik mufis
Not many of these left, b:;t if
you ccm in tim-j yea rry
have them at 29c.
CLOAKS Will mike some in:
prices oa cloaks this wee,
dies. Miss- s scd CLiidren.
CLOALTiNGS We have j ist r' .c
sale a biin's tve lite r f c!oi;
in plaid tsix'ure atJ cLa- k
1 U ITS : f 2
. AT. C5
11"?. I lTttTlir
th road. Parties desirous o?
residences, will please notify tt
DoHTJE & ANDERSON.
nA 1 v 1 ...
12 3S, 2.95.
our good fortune to Bell at tbeee
call and see them.
in Rock Island County.