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THIS AiiUUS. SAT'UHDAY, JANUAliY 14 1893.
Sleds at W; Terz & 'Co.'s.
All ktod of flue fruits m BoroY
3tice Tangerine oranges at B .roV
A oiae line of Bleds at W.Tr.fz & Co.',
Tiieii peanuts 5 cent a qixt t
jster mippe' Ht the Star sal-'OT
R-inrinfer the oyster pupjtr nl Hi-S-.ar
W. C. Spind'er, of Effingham. III.. U
in tbe c'ity oa a short visi to f neQ1.
John Flyn m Hssesse-I 5 ('. costs t
dror.keaDtss by M2i.i.rti e VViviil 1m
Ev. rytbin sres on fun . rs rl.rs; ex
'.lent. :v:;hioi? daS Even t-c '..usi.
iSaye dropi ert down to i-
Miss Geriruilt: McGr?i;r, of P.-n
Tani. i in the city, the euest of htr
ancld, Siinui I Mcanor and family on
Second avenue. '
Mrs. AM. Stephen Gotstlin ard Mif-a
Orla GocseliD, it Chicago, rt ia tiie ei'y
tbe guests of Offl -cr George Hettrr nvA
Tib OB Eleventh street.
Eli Mosenfelrhr and family le on a
Jrip to California on the 21st inst.. in ihe
1mps or bettering Mr. MusetiMoVr'e
IsaUn Tney wiM rrmk9 an ixfen(d
There will be a meeting for "young
jneo at tie Y. M. C. A at 3 30 p tu to.
orrow. Gnod live chorus sinaic; A
D. Sperry will conduct the mcetiii. All
Tcei are welcome.
The two Rock Island citizens who
disappeared a few days ago have hoib
been heird from. Robert Gree? pre-yloui-'.y
BtstCvl nud Liuis Uueserjhiyen
ka8 also returned to his h nee on Th'riy
fir Ihe circuit court ;tit morning aftfr
(te t villi eco in the oie f Xn. tl a
oHi vs tte City ot Rck lalscd a.il
iA, C.ty Attorney Hhs m-nie h motion to
dwniw the Cisa Hcd th court thereupon
"mslructcit ibe j irv to find vtr.Iict f.r
the dtf jndnt. whirh wis done, the cw
Seirg accordicgly at as nd. iheju:y,
oneTcr, objecii-fl to the instructions i
Ik court Hid .Id e Srai'h w com
relied to insist before tbe verdict was 80
3urins the performance of Josephine
a tbe Burt'.s at Davenport on Tharsday
sight, an immense yellow cat wtlhed
across the stage during one of the most
Uhring scenes, where Josephine ur
krsids the fniihlets daughter of the house
! Eapsliure, atd disappear! d in a box at
tte opposite side. It was as much as
ever! of the company could do to keep
from laughing, at a most pathetic iunc
Leland T. Towers will impersonate ti e
Jeren characters in David Garricb a
charming comedy by Robertson, in thrf-e
acta at Harper'a theatre next Thursday
evening. It is the fifth entertainment iu
Vae Lectare Association course. This
attraction is very different from any ever
given here, and the few seats that can he
old will rapidly be taken at 50 cents
aeh. Sale of seats begins at 7 30 at Y
Jt.C. A. Tuesday morning. Tickets for
seals will be given out beginning at 6
At a meeting held in Moline last even
g Capt. W. T. Cbannon, of the Rod
aa Riflss of ihis city, was elevited to
tfce rank of major of the Sixth Regiment
I, N. G. It was a high compliment that
was paid to the popular captain and
snrks as well the recognition of his mili
ary ahility. Lt. Co!. J. D. Foster, of
Chicago was chosen to succeed Col. Clen
din, Hit. Ed. Kitteleen. of Moline,
eiag promoted to lieutenant-colonel
After the meeting Gen. Clendenin gave a
sapper to the boys at his home.
The Daavcr Bar association is pushing
rU proceed iogs for disbarment of Setb
Morgan and will prosecute him for per
jars ia swearing that he was not die
667red by the P ilk county, Iowa associ
ation. The who'.e community round
ii t Denver is sirred up oyer Morgan
and tht churches have taken tbe matter
ap. Oie minister preached a stirring
jdrtnn the oiuer nigh;, reviewing the
wb)Ie ft ndKl to a church full of peo
je. 'akicj for his text. "But who shill
noc.ffem! oue of th-fe litrieones. it were
Jietter for b'on thnt, a rr.iliatone were
ktngi'd a'.out yis tiHok and that he were
drownr.l in the depth of 'be sea "
M'llp Ithea In "Jofephine" at Harper's
Vile Rhea appjred at Harper's
; !r'ti- K-t tverii.g in trc historical
v.rrQHi.ziiion ot "J iseptine. Empress of
ihe French." Tae lovdy character of
J- Sfph'nt- as ennciivert by M'ile Rhea
is ch.iiriy cut. and evincing a high order
ot I'mminc an.l emotional powers of
whii.h ft-w (.( Lretats of the. present day
are iMp"ie. I, i? dubttul indeed, if the
hai.daie actress has ever given the
Am. ncan people siijli a finished end
too oat.ly artistic piece of work as she
i'.O 'i i , Jo;e;ih;ni w hil; W. S. Uirt's
iiiterprttia'ion of N ipoleon is ideal and
deserves to e rankod among the strong
est imp rs natioos known to the modern
theatre. The Talk yrand of Erral Dun-b-rtiniithe
Paulint; Bonaparte of Mies
Abe! wt ro striking charaeters, while tte
rem-iinder of the support was in keeping
with the excellency of tLe production.
V.ca mv c 'me and mea may go, bu?
Un-!e Tcras Cabi l is alwavs sur.j of a
wefrome. Tbe play can hardly grow ol',
f..r it3 thert e ij a thrilling one, its fame
unversal and the cev theatre goers are
fftrtUn'ly growing up, whcea dramatic
education would net be complete without
hnving witnessed U e time-honored work.
Tije arriPgeme.".t of the play is one of the
best ever teen here, and thi scenic effects
were all thst coulci be desired. Boston
Ed. F. D iviV colosssl specUeu'ar
Umls Tom's Cihin (o. will appear at
Harper's theatre ni xi Wednesday night.
Iiteiiigent theatre-goers who witness
Clara Morris' performance, have always
been struck with a certain digDity of as
sumption, which imparted sn almost
trag'c pranduer to t"e cLaracter which
r-iised it far ab e '.he snrroucdings given
it by lh author. Possessing unusual
intelligence, clear and wonJcrcus con
ception, added to her tremendous power,
?he occupies a poshion at the verv t p of
the profession she adorns. X!i3s Morr's
wi!i visit Divenport for one niht only
Wednt sdav. January IS, at which per
formance she will fcive her ce?ebra'ed in
crpretation of Claire," a character
hicb she has made her own.
Following Good Preaching.
Vicar (severely, to his cook) Mary, you
bad a soldier to supper last night.
Cook Yes, sir; he's my brother.
Vicar But you told me yon had no
Cook So I . thought, sir, until you
preached last Sunday, and told us we were
all brothers and sisters. London Tit-Bits.
A Straightforward Anntr.
The late J. B. Lippincott ventured to
ask Ouida, the novelist, how she came
to know so much about clubs, camp life,
barracks, gambling houses and other places
which are only visited by men. She placed
her bands upon her knees and looking
straight at her questioner said, "It is none
of your business." New York Recorder.
Colds Are the Result of CarolcsMirs,
Contrary to the prevalent opinion tiuu
aoIUs and coughs are due entirely to the
atverity of the climate or to some unex
Sctcd change in the weather, they really
arise, ia very many cases, from pure Ciire
kVsness and want of thought.
Colds are not inevitable, but could ofteE
be avoided if people would only use theii
idfas of common sense and be reasonable.
The custom of uiuflling the neck very
ciosely Willi furs' of nivi!r protection is
extremely danperous. If thoughtlessly left
off a severe cold is sure. A light wrapping,
efficient to exclude cold wind wLile per
mining ventilation, givi-s tho best protec
tion. For insi.iuce, if one sits iu a heated room
while paying a visit or during the services
at thurcii without removing any of the
many wraps which have been donned foi
the cold i.tniosjilitre out of tloors, the re
v.'.t is uliiio?t sure to he a severe cold, con
tracted ly the sudden change from tin
keated room to the cold air. Kvo M. Ken
iieiiy iu Good Housekeeping.
Young Wife My dear, I've been putting
iown everything I spent in an account
bcn.k, just as you said, hut I think I'd bet
Husband Why so?
Vcmig Wife It's costing like everything
floor Recount books. New York Weekly.
Composed ThiIe Walking.
Paul II. Haynes' favorite habits of com
position were to peoe back and forth be
tween the standing desk in his study and
the bookshelves in the library, or beneath
the trees surrounding Copse hill, if the
weather was favorable, and with pencil
and volume in han.l to jot down on a fly- j
leaf the first revisic n of a poem or as much
of it as the duration of the creative mood
would allow. Son etimes he wrote while
taking a leisurely horseback ride around
the honse or through the woods, sometimes
while sitting in his armchair of Georgia
pine, but generally with greater ease while
walking. This was especially true during
the early and middle periods of his life,
when he found it irksome to sit down for
any length of timr and never seemed to
weary of those meditative walks.
I have known aim to compose the last
line or the intermediate part of a poem be
fore the beginning. When completed,
however, what reader would have doubted
that it came into I eing consecutively?
Occasionally the choice phrasing of a
thought that had baffled him for days
would visit him ir sleep. My mother told
me that he awok a one night (he had beer
very busy preparing his Savannah sesqui
centennial ode) irom tranquil slumber
and said suddenly, "Mina, at last in sleep
the thought which has eluded me for days
has been captured!" Mr. Haynes in Lip
pincott's. A Soldier's Christinas.
"My boy," said he, "dont you know
what merry Christmas means?"
The hoy shook L is head.
"Did you never hear of Christ?"
The boy noddc 1. "I hear dad say it
when he's mad."
Armstrong got up quickly and walked a
few paces back a:id forth. "I'm not the
worst of men, but I'm a bad sample. 1
never knew much of this, and what I did
know I've tried tc forget. And now that
this should come to me to he done her
child but I'll do ivh.it I can, and God help
me!" He had rai-cd his hand as though
taking an oath.
Then he sat d iwn ncrain, and we saw
that he took off his baitered old hat. And
he spoke, but in a voire so low, so tender,
that none hut t ie hoy could hear. And
the siuht boftem d all our hearts for it
was Christmas i ay, und Christmas recc.l
leetions were crowding upon each rf u-
and we ceased to dweil trumbliiigly n;.iou
the comforts we had left behind at thr
post. From tin;-? to time pl,n--s wen
shot at the place where a common soldier.
as rough us tu.y, Kit tilling in a feebit
way a love story .is old as Christ ianity tc
a litile child. It was upon tins scene that
the finking sun c st its level rays. Geoi
I. Putnam in r-ci ibner's.
to.ch a Tartir
sd when f-arg'h: scrub wi-51 wi-.b S izi
dont Don't spare it. Bni'-h for clear
l:fe. If JOU ties' roy it. nil the. li tter for
you m! yrur tti th. It " iil destroy the
health of the mo Mb, its b -au'y, nr.d your
sweet breath .
as a meclicme, is
Ir. Fierco's Golden
And, because of
that, there's some
thing unusual in
the way of soiling
it. Whero everv
other medicine of
li4VVa its kind nnlv v.-rr,.
tC? i-"1- nis is guaran
teed. If it rer
fails to benefit or cure, you have your money
It's tbe onlv guaranteed remedy for every
disease caused by a disordered liver or im
pure blood. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, the
most stubborn SSUin, cdp end Scrofulous
affections, oven Consumption ( or Lung
scrofula) in its eariies stages, nil are cured
It purifies and enriches tho bliod, rouses
every organ into healthful action, and re
stores strength nn.t vigor. In Luilding up
boih flesh and strength "of pale, punv Scrof
ulous children, or to uivi rorato and brace
up t'.-o system al'tt-r " Grippe,"' pneumonia,
fever, and other prostrating acute diseases
xtothh.g can equal tho "Discover,-."
You pay only for tha good yo'a get
rr) Li s e m e n t s .
J. E. Montrosek Manager.
JCST ONE NIGHT.
Wednesday, January 18 h,
A $20,000 pro litct to 1. Ed. F. Davis' ingirficcnt
fccuicp eduction of 'he ori.in 1 dramatizi
tio . of Mrj. ttowe'a immortal Eove!,
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
3 Patace Car.
20 Fotnes, Donkeys and Bnrro?-,
Pack of Man-eating Siberian B'ood rtinni's,
Inclodiog Ajax, tbe $5,000 champion beauty.
Kv' Golden Chrijt, cottlDg 53,000.
Uncle Tom tnd bis typical lonthern
Two Ba da of mns c-To.
A lttii'fn onr ciand. free utrvpi iiiinl th
S'ffJ' lifetime. Don't mif s it Pricen, T6, 50,
THE niVERSIDE OAK
ft ill keep fire all nit;ht with soft coal;
wiil cot es or sm-'-ke; heavy steel body;
liirie ash tan. Cill and es-iniine this
wonderful stove sold hv
New stvles oi
We propose to open t he new
year with a grand closing
In srm? in?tince8 prices will b-
cnt right in two. It wilbn
iiup:siihlH to m-ntion all ihe
styles a;-.ci fabiice included in
this sale but a glance below
will giva you eomn idea of the
extent of the offeiiog
JO pieces 50 to fl i i(.j,
liar, nek 39c. r-3
6 T)ir-f-rt fid irif-li :
x - . . n n i it ii v.:
1 lot double fold m. 1, . ;r,1Q
i lot 3 to S8 i'ifb ..'il 3:
fabrif., have h -, 4 -)0' u
yd, ali g-j .luting , s F
During this sa'e we will ,:lm frr..
the prh e of everv Indies' ,. . "
cnuiib cioiR a i percent.
A fine assortment frc.-n whith t
ok I ir-1 i noliir ...
ette earments, from thee wf m
uecuci per cent.
Burtis Opera House,
n 1 vrwDoc
Wednesday, January 18th.
Special enraceraent of
In her great snccess
A n original adTptatioa from the GcrD,
by Clara Morris.
PifScats on sale Monday Jan nary 16 b.
Prices $1.50, 1.C0, 7 50, and 15 cents. Tele
pbont Ko. 20.
tihr daily akgus deltverkd attou
& onor every ereui ne lor is-c per wees.
I ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
117 ANTED-AT THg c. R. 1. & P. ROUND
house at once 2J men to shove' snoT and
AM ED A i:OMP TENT COOK APPLY
hi ir-. Mimrt JMrpct's, Allen tret,
South l:ock Iflamt.
WAXTSD TWO OH THIirCE t NFl UXlsii
ed room for honse kee; inc. s-tca n hi a; j
pre'errcJ. Addn J . w. D. Aitor" orFirs. I
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the flr:et brands ct doteMic
J nnd lmporvd citsrs. AH brum!" of tobacco.
The acore of all the ball pmcj wi'l b? received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
103 Stcniil Avctinc.
Heating and Ventiiating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packiug Hob-.
Fire Brick4 Etc. L-arge6t and beet equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via uxh,k' Moline, HI. j 1 12, 1 14 "West Sexenteenth si
Telephone 2063. j Telephone 1148. Rorti,
Rste1nce Telenor n '
1803 Second Avenue.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
HHDFACTM8 OF CE.HEB m UTO
Ask Yonr Orocer for Them.
The Chriny "Otstsb" atd Chr.f:y "TTiro
! now li.-cated !n bl new fhop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street
tV Liyht fboes a apccialty. Opposite th 0 j u:i
And we find our stock altogether to large., particularly in Over
coats, much larger than usual at this season. Determined to unloac
we have trotted out our old War Horse
T ix Not i e.
Tbe ?s9 for lc92 ro ticw due .n.J
miv be p-ii-J to ir?" iir.iUr'jri( d at Hurst
& Ditia'dsnn"s c flic.' in Mifiric Ten. pie
bi n k Piense I ri:i2 V'tsr last 1Qt te
cilit, Licii w i! i er-i'.Me tLe ro.ie''tor lo
fit d jcur d.-scri itir-n on tlm tx books.
A' ill i am J. Gamble.
FS K!Z'i fwy p
. The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No An jnonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Yeais the Standard
Which has always been the most effective and speediest for accomplishing our aim.
IN SMALL LOIS WE ii AVE MAIF DIG i.UTS-It is ret that we cau a fiord ihl?, but it hie ahvava b-en out- vol
t a less r;ilhi-r than canv o--r.
IN MEN'? OVERCOATS whers hu ar-t ere and two of a kind, the ptic haj bt ea xeoucei a
vry itstaiice tLer- bftts be-n a ;-nt of iuni 2 CO to 5.00. In a frw 'ois th price remains th- p aiLe
oy'rj atid Cbiidien's Overcoat 1-lt.
?9 50 grade3 of Children's Overcoats reducrd to $7 50
5 praies cf Cliildien's Ovf-rooats reduced to 6 00
6 75 grades cf Children's Overcoats induced to 5 00
s much as 3.00. 1 1 r
y the i'l-r f r ;'--5
116.50 gaades o Boys' Overcoats reduced to $f '
13 50 grades of liovs' Orercoats reduced to
8.C0 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to ' J
You know that M. & K. carry only the best grades of Clothing produced, and when they announce
these reductions it signifies nice choice goods at a big saving to the purchaser. It's an excelknf
opportunity to invest. Better take advantage of it.
Best Equipped Clothing and-Sho? Hoi? in Rock Island Countv. 1729 2d ave., 116 to 122 19th st.