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THE ARGUa PRIDAr. DECEMBER 29, 1893. CITY CHAT. EUrita at Taylor's. - TWk-COaonWpork. ' oil vea al Baaeber'e. f wed eider at Bm Broe'. Oysters Bad eelery al Passig'a. TTakra Bsedleated Beating soap. ; - raaltrv ml II. Tre-asaa tfoas. Faney table nlilii at Ilea Bm. Overgaltera S& Mats at Dolly Bros. LwfftMr order for poultry early mi Kltehell it la ladiaaa oa a IiiIhm trip. Twenty panada of gran elated pr fl at raselg's. v Klta raek randy, 15 cent per -paaad.-at fnaslg'a. tiaiaWr those AO cent velvet allpamat IUt Bro'. A tall 11m of t at ported aad domes tic imnm at Hem Bros . A Blea Um e( aats aad candle (or Haw Year's at Hess Bros'. Out leal treat tor 1"93, overp.it ra tr f A vests lldly Bros. Toys aad flask goods slaughtered Won Hew Year at tke Colombia. Oysters aad eelery. turkeys, dacks. ekkvhea a ad geese al II. Trrmana tarkeva, ckickens and. fees at Bnacher's Upencer square frocory. Head left nee. lUIIand eaUage, ftatabagnea and sweet potatcea at l-aaelg's. Malaga grapes, oranges, banana.. Cm, dates, tigs and cocoannla at eig'a. tfaaderiae. Malaga grape, dates. Ira, orangee, banana and apple at lies Bros". Attend tka danra at Rass'hatl Sat urday evening. iH-c. 80. Good order aiala'tatned. Tke star of the water at the Rork laland bridge at noon was 3:10; tka temperature 26. C. C. Mrlatire came' np from Oska lossa an bnslaesa this morning, reg istering at tka Harper. . W. r. Hayed, of Cable, panted tkreagh the city tkla morning oa kia Way kome from Chicago. Robert Morkhousr, accompanied by kla wife nnd eon. f buries, left tkla morning for pringticld. Tka minister nt the rtty may have kalf fare traveling permit bv calling at tka R., 1. A P. ticket filee. Jersey sweet potatoes, lettnee spit age. tomatoes, rahbage. beets aad aoup bnnvkeaat llnnrher's. Order yowr lea rream. Icea and Ckarlotle rnsse for New Year's din. ar at once from Kreil A Idath. Mis Marv McNamara. of Wyom Ing, la visiting ker friend, Mrs. J. T. ttkielda. U Seventh avenue. Mr. and Mr a. fierce Keane. of 14 Tweaty-foartk atreet, ara rejoicing vet tka advent of a little girl in tkair family. Lettuce, apiaage. oyster plant, parsley, tomatoes, earamhers. Hid land cabbage, mtabagas and .paaih oaion at ileus Ilros'. Malaga and Concord grapes, tan garales, plaeapples, oranges. Ia naaas. data. Hgs. eating and cook lag apples at Baacker'a. New Teara card aad booklets and great variety of burks and fancy goods mack cheaper tkaa else wkere at U. Crampton'e removal aala. Tka ferry. Spencer, got away from ker karbor. near tka waterworks. last evening, aad made for ker win terqaartera al tke lower cad ol town. Tke removal sate of K. Crampton A Co., offers a splendid opportunity to obtala pietare frames and all otk ar goods In tkelr line, marvelonsly cheep. It la qntte a treat to get Ire rream la wlater, aad yoar friends who dine with yow oa New Tear's day will say kow lovely. If yoa get It from Kreil AMata. We kave jast received too late for Christmas a lot or one chocolate aoveltles. If yoa want a nice boa of Chocolates or bo boas go to Kreil A Math's. Tke secoad of tke aeries of tririty dancing parties will lie keld at Skin acre kali. Molina. Monday evening. Jan. 1. Tkose attending are re oaeated W present tickets. Mob. IC. B. Ilothrook. a leading banker from Marengo. Iowa, was visltiaff fr leads la tke city today. ' Ilia rensln. Miss Lacia Cob nelly, rr- taraed with aim ! a visit. Mra. Lena Aaderson was dis akarged from St. Anthony's kodtaI Awarded Highest Honors Al tke World's lair. 3J Lr.n tZZH TZZTZCT WADE. i : -3 dTarar fatrdar. hn clii! yesterday, wkere ahe kas been 4 daya andergoing treatment for ty. pkotd terer aad pneumonia. William Sam nelson, aged SI years, was the aabjeet of a difficult ear gieal operation at 8U Antkony's hoa. pital yesterday afternoon, Dra. Mid lie ton. Myers. Kyster. A say and WrigLt removing a dangerona ab scess. Tke patient la surviving tke operation nicety. Mlsa Anna Russell, employed nt the Harper, returning from her borne oa Twenty-first atreet, to the hotel, at 11 o'clock last night, was pnrsaed by a scoundrel, who attempted to overtake her, but she outran him, reaching the hotel breathless aud thoroughly frightened, while her pnrsner continued on down Second avenue and disappeared. rMee r4au. F. J. Slaasscn was1 robbed of a gold watch and rhain, nnd diamond pin. nnd a diamond ring, during last night by some one who entered his sleeping room at his livery barn, on Third avenne. Chief Sexton has a pretty good clew to the thief. Yesterday evening about A:33 o'cttnk three men wre walking along Second avenue, and w hen pass ing Mrlntire'a dry goods store one of tbom appropriated a bolt of ging ham, lie marched on np the street ann disappeared, where no one knows, but some one saw the culprit, and gave Mr. Mclntire a description of those itinerant dry goods men. and he in turn gave the description to the police. Tho oflieers arrested three men who answered the descrip tion, but who proved to be the wrong persona. Peeattorilles la Kutagt. Light friction of a part rcdncea enr face tempi rntnre. In 10 experiment on healthy adu!ts. whose annj'it tempera ture on both sides was equal, and whose free surface temperature on the sur face of both forearms was before mas sace 38 degree F. or more, it vcaa found, on subjecting tlie left forearm to gentle upward friction, that while the temperature in both armpits and in the Untouched free surface of the opposite limb remained constant, the tempera ture of the left forearm fell in all casea more than two deirreee and in three cases nearly four descrecs. After firm friction, rulling, snueezins ami kneading of the skin of the limb in all rase, tlie free cutaneous tempera ture rose to a degrees, out tbe armpit temperature remained the same on both aides, while In seven case nn interest ing phenomenon waa noticed on the op posite side via, tbe right luuu iw-nxibly perspired and the free surface tempera ture of the untouched forearm fell to 4 degrees during tbe time that the firm friction of the left limb waa in progresa. In regard to light friction it baa been impossible to detect any effect on the patient a sense of locality or on the tem perature seme. After firm friction id a part for five minutes comes a decided in crease of tbe sense of touch, and tbe sense of locality baa ta mot instances been apparentlr improved. New York Ledger. In spite of tbo learned historian by whom the storv has Iron refuted, there Is still a widespread popular U lit f that there exiitted in the middle nea a fe male pope. Poie Juan, as aho i called. baa even given ber nanie to a game of cards, which a mentioned in Kberidan'a -fV b.j.4 For HcandaL" The tradition With regard to the fe male pope baa been traced back to tits eleventh century, but she is aaid to have lived much earlier, ber pontificate hav ing taken place in the ninth century aud having lasted fur more than two years. The name sue is alleged to have assumed ia John VIL At the Ltst meeting of the Academy of Inscriptions in raria, M. Mnnts dealt another blow at a story which Uibbon, who cannot be suspected of Catholic prejudice, considered had been "annihilated" by two Protestant critics. CionUel and Layle. M. MunU cluoacteriav tbe legend aa a vulgar fable invented in the middle apt. Nevr, be declare, after a care ful study of tbe ques;ion. has a woman worn the tiara, and moreover there waa no interrrgnum at the period when the Itrvtemled John VII governed the church. London News. teal Cm aaaa'Taalag Many years ago, when tbe now vener able Captain Sassett of tlie senate was a youth, be was directed to place a snuff bus in each of tbe small recesses of tbe rear wall of tbe chamber to the rfcht and left of the vice president and to keen them tiled for the Clays, Webster and other senators of tlie old school who were habitual snntl takers. The annff boses remain aa a reminder of the times and haliil of senator who made hio. lory. Hut they ara seldom filled, as Mr. Uuorge of Mississippi is the only senator who usva snuff. lfettvit Free I res. H I4t lata u For Christmaa nnd New Year holidays the C. M. it St. I. will aell excursion tickets at one fare and one third for round trip within a distance of 200 miles. Tickets on sale Dec 23. 24, 25, 30. 81 and Jan. 1; good to retnrn np to ami including Jan. 3. II V. W. lIoi.XF.fl, Agent. mart the Mew t ar Ask your dealer for one of Kramer' daily eximase book. I'rice la cent. For sale at Kramer, lileuer A Co. 1AU8 Second avenue. Ketfa-e. Highest cask price paid for grease ami dead bogs at tbe Farrcll Fertilis ing aad Rendering works. C. E. WlVILL. - IMS. MOM WaftyRsrrMkr D.C. , tSA-SISA ' ' " I ss. laaaaate ajtsaas sHvaaa. Basljasvss. GHOSTS AT HAMPTON COURT. 8Un aiattss the The ghost at Hampton Court palace till are aaid to frighten tbe inbabitaata and official of tbe puce, aad even visit ors, it to declared, are not exempt, sev eral of them having terminated their visits abruptly owing to tbe noise they have beard. A resident in the palace sends to tbe London Graphic an account of aa apparition seea by an attendant ia tbe gardens, who waa sitting on a bench waiting for tbe inspector to pass on his rounds at night, when suddenly be felt a hand laid upon hi face, and looking cp saw a tall, pale tody dressed in gray. He sprang up at once, but she vanished before his eyea, and the shock caused by the apparition was no great that be had to resign his post. He became so nerv ous that be waa absolutely afraid to re main in tbe gardens at night. Nor are the ghosts confined to the gar dens, for a few nights ago two of the maid servants, fancying they amelled something burning, went down one of the staircases in the middle of the sight and met a tall, palo lady with "a reflect ed light on her face" and dressed in black. She, too, vanished through one of the queen's gates, thongh the door itself waa chut, and no footsteps could be beard. Other servants in the palace have been visited by these royal ghosts. One serv ant declares thiit she felt something come and touch her face in the dark when alie wji a.lecp in bed, and another toaid sleeping in tlie next room called out to her to "leave off walking about ber room," as she heard footstep mov ing about. Several visitors to the pal ace liare noticed extraordinary noises in a particular room, and only a few months ago two ladies were standing talking near this room at about 1 1 riJO one night wlieu they heard a loud crash and saw a brilliant h-ht Cah through the room, a sight which they could not ac connt for in any way. Tbe Graphic's Informant is positive that no practical joker is tlie author of tbo disturliances, aa boa been enggeoted in some quartera. Itrrntiandt'a Theater. lime. Sarnh Ecrahanlt's theater is to be a model house. It is not only sump tuously furnished, but the public are to be enabled to secure seats beforehand without paying tho supplementary fee, amounting in most French theaters to as much as S francs. Tlie box and cloak room attendants are not to be allowed to take any gratuities, as they are paid by the mnnagemcni. A violation al this rule will be visited by immediate dis missal. Tbo claque is to lie completely suppressed, together with the prompter. The actors will therefore not only have to know their torts thoroughly well, but will also bare to depeud entirely on tho public for the encouraging applause which is furnished in all other French theaters by hired hands. Paris Letter ia London Standard. The best medical authorities sav the proper way to treat catarrh is to take a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaarilla. Intelligence Column. A.1 ut tor IX SEED? if von Wnt monev Wan l tmt Want bnsnlrr W'snt a partm W'ant a tnaina .nt to rent rnmw Wnsi s errrart virl Want to aril a fana Want to aril a none W.nt to rxrlranrr amthlfifr W'aat te rll anusrtwhl nnda Want to wi.kr any rraleaiatr loans Want t aril or tradn for anrihlnc Waal to And customer ffir anrUuaf VCK THESE COUTBSS. pHB 1IAILT AKOI'S DELIVERED ATTOCS a eaar svrrr cream lor Me pmt iraaa. w Arci- r;iat. fob ikicsbwobk: in qntrr M CVSiZMcatll Birrct. -T A PI O rKI. FlIER KSTTHX TO J tbia nfllce ant rrcrtvs reward. I nTRETWElX f(M'K l"I.A4D AMI lAV- kntl l-t Ta-rtar.asilirrr Watrkaad laia. Kiader rrara la Mr. lr. BmbarUI sad wmw reward. WKM DM BOOB Itaths of all kind. Including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elee. trie, electro-thermal, etc,' may 'lie obtained at the Sanitarium liath Kooms. on the first floor of the Harper House. BOOMS OPEX. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to Um. on week days. For Gen. tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a. an., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. rn. on week days. On Sundays the rooms will be open from 6 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths mar be obtained at any time daring business hoars. . GymaaaiaJB eoanacted witk katk . h 20 PB a XT I I ' On all Fur 1 J . Goods at I BERRETTS I I & Glove and I I ))f ttore, PIAIMOSJ New Scale KimbalJ, HaUet &l Davis. And Emerson. Organs. InatrnKenta sold on time pa-fmenU. 'Violins mud aooocdeons at half price. At BOWLBV'S, 1815 Second At. TRY THE OXLT 8KIX CURE AXD Hcaliiifif Soap. Mall MsIMcaleflta Have some stunning bargains in - 0VE RC0ATS. Come and grab 'em quick. We never carry over and you know, its meaning. Big bargains before reductions. Im mence bargains now. Likewise in pants as well as suits. We are invoicing and in the same breath reducing prices. You will rind it interesting as well as profitable, to come and see the splendid inducements we have to offer. Czs Cri tZZl C: DAVID DOIT, -BSALBB IS- aSRS-TTTT OO V 2 ' T O OV v r, J finuca laitup "88S. T O O V V RR T OO V ERR"88a Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges Riverside Cooking Stoves. Garland Hard Coal Stoves. The best sssortaaeat of Staves ia the city. 11S aa 1I7 sseeaaiB A v. THE COLUMBIA. (eft q 8 Holiday Goods slaught ered regardless of cost or value. F. G. YOUNG, Proprietor. 1728 r n m w Bin n BBXK awn ! LJL ins if lit a i xx r HE r I JIM j it u KM bm t if a m sjcan sl All of our Japanese ware goes at 2 per cent discount All of our Indian basket ware goes at JM-J per cent discount. Our handkerchief sale is in full blast. Bargains in Second Avenue. SS3r Largest Shoe 2nd Clothing Stores in Rock Island County. CrC 173 C3 Avxrrj, 115-113 Cbtmth et. gBsa aaas poo BE 2 !i O all departments. MINTIRE BROS. 1709 and 1709$ Second avenne. a $ 8 3S-