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THE AllGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 181)3.
Canada apples at Bufteher's.
Good tlour :e per sack at rassi:;'?
Quin.-e ami sweet apples at Pas-
Kentiiekv Iduorass seed at Pas
Best natont Hour 1.10 ier saek at
Xiee ducks and chickens at lttinrh-
Turnips, squash and horse
at Hess Bros'.
Choice eating ami cooking
at Hess Bros".
Cawthoru's comedians in
Hon. W. B. Payne, of Zuma
in the city today.
New buckwheat Hour and maple
srup at Buncher's.
California jwars. peaches and
plums at Buncher's.
Niagara anil Conenrd grapes by
the basket at Passi's.
Fotmater McNabney of Hamp
ton, was in the city yesterday.
California pears, peaches, plunis.
Trapes and bananas at Passijj's.
Celery, cauliflower, squash, sweet
potatoes and parsnips at Passi's.
Michigan peaches and Xcw York
grapes by the basket, at Hess Bros'.
Herbert Cawthoru's comedy. "Lit
tle Xutrirct," at Harper's theatre to
night. Exclusive styles w ill mark MeCabe
Bros", millinery opening. Wednesday
McCain Bros", fall
ing occur on Wednc
day of this week.
The event of the season McCabe
Bros", millinery opening Wednesday
and Thursday, tliis week.
Mrs. Marv l.ynde returned last
evening from the White mountains
where she spent the summer.
lio vnii wish your children to be
come graceful ? If so send them to
C!end lien's dancing academy.
Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Mclntire left
this . niMir.ir. for 0ka!i:t to ,ir
rtingc fi r removal to that city.
The sparkling comedietta. Little
Nugget." always popular here, will
toi-.igh!. We predict a
mull!. cry open
dav and Thurs-
be w i;n u
f u II ho;i-e.
ing of the Y
at's l.'cl ck.
be an important meet
. M. C. A. this e t iling
Lverv member is rc-
(jue-ted L be pre-ent.
Do you care how you look or what
you wear? McCain- p.ro". millinery
opening Wednesday and Thursday,
will help you solve the question.
The pattern hats and bonnets were
never so numerous, never so varied
at McCabe Bros", as they will be on
Wednesday and Thursday this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Cable. f Chi
cago, and Miss Fannie Anderson, of
Colorado Spring, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Buford.
Charles A. Mason is a German
comedian, and he will keep you
laiiirhiuc until your sides ache. He
play- Jakey Kunipher." in Little
The eNcruciatingly funny comedy.
Little Nugget." wliiih made such a
decided hit here a f W week ago.
vi!! lie rc-atrd l.v Cawiiiorn' come
dian. ; 'night .
Th'- millinery lvii this season
are i ry taking:, and nowheie e!e will
they appear so attractive and elegant
.:is at McCabi-Bro". opening Wednes
day and Thursday.
Yuu take no chance nu a snide
show in seeing "Little Nugget." at
Harper's theatre tonight. People
who saw it here a few weeks ago
vouch for its merit.
The rnh Chicago-w ard is subsid
ing, the crowd now moving the other
way. Some of the trains are run
ning in sections westward as Uiey
did the opposite direction yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Rounds, of 411
Twenty-first street, have lot t heir
-year-old son, Jesse Lee. wh'o died
at 6 o'clock last ev ening of spinal
meningitis, after a protracted illness.
The funeral occurred at ' p. m. to-
- Aid. Thomas Clcary. of New York
City, is vi-iting hi- niece. Mrs. Wil
liam McEnirv. Mr. Chary repre
sents the First watd in the Now York
municipal aemhy. and is promi
nent in the Tammany wing of the
democracy of the metropolis.
II. s. Caw thorn and Su-ie" For
rester, in -Little Nugget," call forth
storms of applause everywhere, as
t hey render the comical songs: "Ask
a Policeman." That's What." Bor
row Everything from Yonr Neigh
bor." etc. lo not fail to ee them.
The Chicago Herald announces that
David Avers will be appointed post
master "at Keokuk tomorrow, after
one of the most active political con
tests for federal appointment in the
state. Mr. Avers has numerous
friends in llock Island who will ex
lrs. C. C. Carter, G. G. Craig and
C. Bernhardt are now in possession
of their sanitarium in the Harper
house block, where their offices will
hereafter be found. lr. Craig's of
lice hours are from 1 to 4 and 7 to f
p. m., lr. Carter's from 10 to 11a.
m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to x p. m.. and
lr. Bcrnhardi's from X to 9 a. m. ami
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
The remains of Key. lr. S. T. Wil
son, an account of whose death at
Winter Haven. Fla., appeared in yes
terday's An;is. arrived in Hock Isl
and yesterday afternoon and were
taken in charge by Undertaker Knox.
The funeral occurred from the Cen
tral church at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. Revs. John H. Kerr "and W. is.
Marquis o:ficiating- The arrange
ments were in charge of ("apt. J. M.
Montgomery. The pall bearers
were: Dr. J. W. Stewart. W. II.
Cost. S. D. Clel;.nd, 1). Donaldson,
W. S. Knowlton and K. H. Bow
I .( 1 World- Fair Visitors.
The Misses Dart departed for
Chicago this morning. .
Simon Jioldburg got back from
Chicago tin morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robinson re
turned this norning from Chicago
Mr. an.! Mrs. A. M. McNtii re
turned from Chicago this morning.
S. C. McAdams, of the Rock Isl
and ticket cilice, is back trom Chi
cago. C. F. Lynde. John Gait. Will Dart
and F-. J. Kinney took in Chicago
day at the fair.
William Hawthorne and W. 1).
Hawthorne aid wife and daughter,
left this mor ling for Chicago.
Mrs. John Dodge and daughter, of
St. Paul, who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. T. II. Thomas left for the
fair this morning.
A Kare Genius
I remember nof to lmvo c.nr fn
of a hero play el with all the spontaneity
of real genius by a poor stage supernu
merary. It hstmeued dnrini a luattla
scene in Henry V at a Philadelphia
meaier. in a mil in tne anng the au
dience discovered that a fly at the top of
the stage waB ablaze. A stamjiede was
imminent. Ha f the people in the house
were alreadv o:i their feet. T
could be seen aloft, making desperate ef
forts to tear tway the burning scene.
mis aaaea to tne consternation. An
Other instant md ft nnm'c Txwntrt Viqt-q
ensued, in whic i many lives would have
Such was the t ituation when ont of tv.
troop of soldiers on the 6tage 6tepped a
"super," and iv a roaring "aside'' ad
dressed to the tremblintr andiencp lie
Katie yer 6ates( Don't ver see da fire
is in de play!"
The effect was macical. Few l-lieved
the statement, bat unconsciously every
body dropped b ick into his chair and
the play wont n. A roar of laughter
followed, and al hough it was five "min
utes before the fire extinguishers com
pleted t heir wor'i not a trace of fear re
appeared among the merulKTS of the au
dience. I never knew that man's name,
but I have alwtys thanked God for his
presence of mini and his rich Irish
brogue. Julius Chambers.
Wunjfts of Geometrical Progression.
The storv of S sla and thf kinn-U ncn-
ally told as a go. d illustration of geo
metrical progress-ion. Sysla, so the storv
croes. was the inventor r.f iht o-nmu of
chess. The king was 6o delighted with
the diversion that he promised to grant
any request the inventor might make.
Svsla. who innst havs lvn n iriattinttia.
tician as well as a mechanical genius,
1 1 . 1 . . i - .
oniy asKea mat tiie generous king would
put one grain of wheat on the first
square of the loard and double the
amount upon each f r-"vssive square up
to and including the sixty-fourth. Lucas
de Burgo says that there was not enough
wheat in the kingdom to pay the crafty
inventor, which v as 19.446,744,073,709!
537,613 grains! According to a curious
medley of figures published in theLouis-
vine Louner-jon-nai, tin re are s;j2,0(io
grains in a bushel f wheat. How many
bushels did the v.i dest inventor ask fur:
The number of I ushel as given in the
book "Curiositi's f tiie tiame and Play
(f Chess" fall mor? than one-third short
of the actual nu oilier. St. Louis Re
public. Diet In Iialetr.
The following ' rigorous" diet is said
to be prescribed by the eminent Dujar
din Beaumetz of Piris: Eggs, fish, meats
of all kinds, jioultry, game, oysters and
cheese: all green vegetables are per
mitted except bee's, carrots and beans;
fatty foods are r ecommended, such as
sardines in oil, herring, lard, goose
grease, ham fat and caviare; all soups
are permitted, when made of meats in
combination with cabbage, poached
eggs, onions, but no bread or toast is to
be in the soup. Oaly dietetic breads are
to be used, and sa icharine in place of
sugar; all starch foods are 6trictly for
bidden, as sweet fruits, pastries and
chocolates; patients may drink claret
wine diluted with vichy, but no poor
wines, liquors or spirits are to lie us 1.
Daihy exercise nio:Tiing and evening is
to be taken in the open air; fencing arid
gardening also, and other light exercise.
To cure nervoi.sness your nerves
must be fed by pure blood. Hood's
Sarsaparilla makes pure blond. Take
One of the larg -t wire cables ever
made has been completed by a Liver
pool firm. The ro ie has a continuous
length of 4i miles and weighs over 25
Then, after they're
turbing and slux-kin?
in a mild, easy, and
no chance 1 r any rra
fcclp lasts, ("onslipnti
Attacks, Sick or JJiii.
derangements of the
bowels nre promptly
They're put up in p
thorn "always fresh ai
ordinary pills in w
And they're the ehn
for they're pvarantrf
or your money is ret
to-" the good you get.
lr. 1'ieree's I'leas
nnt Pellets. To
U-Rin with, they're
the smallest, and
the easiest to take.
seeds. Every child
is ready for them.
taken, instead of dis
the system, tbey act
natural way. There's
tion nfterwurd. Their
m. Indigesti'. n, lUIiotia
us Headaches, and ail
liver, stomach, and
rtlieved and pennaa-
lass vials, which keeps
il reliuUo, unlike the
ioden or pasteboard
iwjrf pills yon can buy,
J Irt fivo cnticf nntinn
irned. You pay only
And it Woul.l Krinnin His.
"What time have yen f1' inquinxl the oily
pickpocket, appmchir.K the stout man,
wit h he lieavy watch chain.
"My own," said the stout m.w without
taking lisw.-.tch out. Chicago Record.
JiTi usem ents.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
Tuesday Night, Oct. 10.
Fries 5 'c ami 7"c.
Si at on f:.lt: ai unial piece.
Burtis Opera House,
Tuesday Night, Oor. 30th.
Firt Social Event of the Season
the brilliant voting comedian.
Mil. CHARLES DICK
SON, and his model
ion Ni-hts in New York.
Trice 51, 75. 50 and i5c. Sulc opens Saturilay,
J E. Montrose. 5iuacir.
Thursday Mght. Oct. 12.
The Phenomenal Success, ELMKR
E. VANCE'S Realistic Rail
road comedy drama.
Tl.e mcs". marvvons. tc.i.ic anil imch.nica!
i Uec:s ever rei n ia this country. The one
fUjT.-mc novelty of the aj;.". FCX?
e. lots of it:
Reserved feats on stie at Harper Ilouee Phar
macy. Prices "o, 31 and 7.) cents
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NEW FALL GOODS.
Ciiildukn's Caps made of eider
down llannels and other goods,
choice assortment beginning at
cSNSoTTTT OO V Vt KK -SSS, I r
5 t o o v vk 5 8 Furnaces
ssSs t to0 V Ekk W I nd Ranges
Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ratios
Riverside Cooking Stoves,
(iarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best Es-orcment of Stove in the city.
1KI5 aul OI7Krrn. At.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Durtis Opera House,
Saturday Evening, Oct. 14.
Engagement of the Tragedian.
THOS. W, m-'ot
KEENE ' COMPANY
rresein'iiy shake ;h-a.' stil l ine
Seat sale Thursday morninu. Octt. 12:h. al
Fluke's. TelephoDC No -JO Prio f 1 50. fl.nl.
75c. Wlc and L'5c
Instratcents eold on easy-
time pay menu. Violins
and acordt-on! at half
.815 Second Av
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Bufferlni: from ailaents pecular to their x can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve ihe worst cases. Book pivinc
fnll particnlar mailed free. Addre: hoom "J5
Whitaker Block, Iaveniort.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest Brands of doTrestic
and imported clears. All brands jf tobacco.
The score of ail the ball games wiU be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
L.kk Assoktment of Dress Goods
received Saturday in plains,
plaids, mixtures, etc.. lioyinning
as low as
and ranging tip to $l.Co.
0X SA1"i: MoN!,y
Kn (;lovks--M., .
ed. eolor i,i;v
Hlack Kii (;i.m , .( ..
1LA K Kll ii.M j :.
A few y.:..r, .(;( , .
Close buy. i - w ; ' . ,
juarter f . r a!! ;. '
Goods at .
1709 and!709j Second at-
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
' FRANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy-Undersell-Quick Sales.
Imported and with a replete st-ck of Fa!1
and inter Suitings at Xo. i
Iome:k- So.tin-s V"07 'nd aveniie, in the ; .
store formerly oceupied !v ...
II. 1. Folsom. " '
H Jl. KJIK..
J. F. KoE;ricLD. T.- Eisra-
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbin"-.
We open the season with
Elopant Goods and
Come Earl v.
We are yr.-parc-i
a we h:ivt a! way
the ri.'ht :t!
One of th) first importer !es(.iie to learn about Boys' Clcthine is that reliabie fabrics and good tailoring a: kir
reasonable trices, ate by fir m t- taiisfying to pxnchasers than are the uidny inferior grades at a lees price.
ri u n
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritorious knee and long pants sui's for boys of all ages, made to order, b.-aring oar label and
sold with enr guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, in. style and service they ara decidedly bett-r.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the Inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere.
We aek nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and get it.
Thete is no icom for improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering:
All new goods. Net an old elyle.
Shoe btore 1SC4 becond avenue
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothingr Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.