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THE AErUS, S-AlTUHDAY OCTOBER 2z, 1&92.
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fet Joteph'a fair Mooday eight.
' v ' Bar yoar bat trirnmioes at the Colom
bia. St. Joseph's fair at Armory hall all next
Another lot of new fall hats Lloyd &
Special hat trimming sale tonight at
' the Columbia.
Hayeyou seen the new four-in hand
ties at Lloyd & Stewart's?
The special hat trimming sale is con
.tinned, tonicht at the Columbia.
Ladies will find it to their interest to
look over Lloyd & Stewart's furs before
Dr.' Patrick Gregg continues to im
prove, and it is thought row that he will
get alcng all right.
The Rock Island Ministerial associa
tion will meet Monday morning at 10:30
in the T.M.CA. building,
The gratifying news "has been received
that Ex -Aid. Gustav Stengel who bas
been quite ill for come time is improv
The finest line of New York's latest
trimmed misses' bats, something that
have never been surpassed in the city, at
Hiss Byrnes' millinery
- The fifteenth annual ball of O-Sau
See Tribe No. 15. I.O K.M.; given at Ar
morv ball last night, was well attended
and proved a very pleasant affiir. Bleu
er's orchestra furnished the music.
Grand musical entertainment at the
"First Baptist church, Tuesday evening,
Nor. ,1st. consietine of instrumental,
solosaeti. Trios and quartettes, closing
with "The Ten Virgins " a beautiful vnd
State Veterinarian Case well, of Chic
go, arrived in lha city on Thursday and
shot Beveral horses which were found by
Dr. C E. Thomas to be affected with
glanders. He will return again next
Thursday by which time it is thought
more cases will have developed.
A telegram was received in the city
this morning to the effect that a mob was
waiting at Muscatine for Rev. White, who
has been lecturing in the vicinity on anti
Catholicism. Reports from there are to
the effect that much indignation is being
expressed, though no violence has yet
The remains of the late Miss Emma
Brockman, daughter of Henry Brock-
man and wife, which were placed in the
vault at Chippianock cemetery last
Thursday will be buried tomorrow after
noon at 2:30. Funeral service at the
grave conducted by Rev. J. C. Rapp.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Swee
rector, cervices tomorrow as usual.
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector, even song and Sunday school
v At the Central Presbyterian, the usual
services will be conducted tomorrow with
preaching by the pastor. Rev. J. H
At the Broadway Presbyterian, Rev.W.
S. Marqnis. pastor, will preach at 10:45
s. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young people's
meeting at 6:45. Sib' ath school at 9:10
a. m. South Park Sabbath school at 2 .30
At the First Baptist, preaching by the
pastor. Dr. C. E. Taylor, subject for
morning. ''Excellency of the Know!
edge of Christ;" for evening, "The Peer
less Candidate; Why Enter His Service
and Advocate His Cause?" Sunday
8C iooI a' 9:1a a. m., C. L. Williams, su
perintecdent; young people s union at
6.30 p. m. Topic. "Preparation for Ser
vice. Leader, Frink Berry. Sunday
school at Forty-fourth street chir.el at 3
p. m., F. M. Sinnet, superintendent.
At the First Methndiat church, preach'
ing at 10:45 a m.and 7 30 p m.,hy the pas
tor. Rcv.F W.Merrell. Morning subject,
"Christianity; eveniDg suMict, "h'an in
Companionship.1),'' of the series of sermons
on Satan in Society;' Sunday fchool t
9 30 and Yung People's meeting at 6:30
in the evening.
Blow, blow, biow! Itiai disagreeable
citarrh cm bs cured by taking Hood's
S irsapf.r;lla, the constitutional remedy.
Wacted Man to travel. 3ood salary
to rich: mnn. Address bnxC41 citv.
Men Wanted. S2 rer Day
Wanted. 50 men at once; wntrt" $2 pir
dy. Apply to Edwards & Walsh, Bt
' ' Harvest Excursion
C. R. I. &. P. railway, Oct. 25, to all
points in Texra and Indian Territory or
Oklahoma, south r.f por.d Cn-tk rr Pon
ca. F. H. 1'JXMMER.T'kt. Ag't.
A. S. Tnuie. altorm-v for "Mike"
McDonald, in Tin? Evening Xcwb, Clii
cao, Oct: 1: "By the way," added Mr.
TrU'le, ".Mr Donald's eaiiiliclaU- lor gov
ernor was (it'll. Black. Jiule Altfu-lil
never bad his f i iciiclHliip or co-operation
Tiiat is well known by all McDonald":
Steel wire railway carriage seating is
fast taking the place or' the padded and
Tolote SMi'inj: seats in use in Knlaud.
Death of E. O. Friuon Yesterday After-
E. O. Fruson. proprietor of the New
8tand saloon on Fourth avenue and Sev
enteenth street, died very suddenly at
4 30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, after
only about two hours' illness.
He was in his thirty sixth year and
had resided in the ci'v since last Febru
ary, having come here with his family
from Dallas, Tex. Deceased leaves a
widow and five children. - t
Dr. Bernbardi. wfco was callpd to at
tend M. Fruson, attributed the cause of
bis death to a fatty degeneration of the
heart. The circumstances surrounding
the case, however, were such that the re
nort cained currencv that bis death was
attributable to poison, and as the attend'
ing physicians and others were desirou
of an inquest bsing held, Coroner Hawes
will empannel a jury this afternoon and
hold an inquest.
How Some Towns Give ThemselTes Away.
It is an old truth, but only old men seem
to understand the particular importance
of honesty, simplicity and order. Young
towns, like young men, are constantly try
ing experiments, only to discover that the
old way is so much better than any other
that they are at last compelled to come
back to it. Much Las been said as to what
is the greatest pity. I think it is that
young men and young towns do not accept
tne lessons or their elders without the pun
ishment of experience. Most western coun
try towns are guilty of all sorts -of mis.
takes, because few of them have reached
years of discretion.
However wise a man may be in his in
dividual capacity, and however wise he
may have been as a resident of an older
community, as a citizen of a new town he
votes bonds with the recklessness tbat
characterizes young men in giving notes,
forgetting that pay day will inevitably
roll around and that they will probably
not be prepared to pay. Many of the great
Tortunes in the east were gifts from com
munities in the west. The people conspire
for months to get control of their valua
bles, in order that they may give them
it mere is a valuable franchise in a
western country town, tiie people usually
manage to give it away, the recipier-ts
being men who have probably been v.
tims themselves in some new community,
E. W. Howe in Forum.
Removing the Tassels from Corn.
Some experiments conducted in 1890 at
the experiment station of Cornell univer
sity on the removal of tassels from a part
of the growing corn yielded very bene
ficial results. A gain of 50 per cent, was
estimated. 1 his remarkable showing led
to further tests at the Ohio station, at the
Ohio State university. Thirtv-two rows
of corn, running over quite uniform land,
were selected upon which to make the trial
On Aug. 1 the tassels were pulled from
each alternate row.
It was found that the unmerchantable
corn from the four plots from which the
tassels had been removed averaged 26 per
cent., while the average from the other
four rows was 21 percent, unmerchantable.
The calculations also show that the aver
age yield per acre is about one bushel less
than where the corn was left undisturbed.
It is thought probable that the tassels
were not in this experiment removed early
The theory upon which the experiment
Is based is that the strength that would
otherwise go tb tne maturing of the tassel
and production of pollen is diverted to the
use of grains, and from their more com
plete development more corn is produced.
Of course Mr. Carnegie has a right to
hire whom he will, pay what wages he
pleases etc., but dear Republican friends,
was not this same Carnegie one of the
loudest howlers for protection, because,
he said, a protective tariff will enable me
to pay my employes higher wages. lie
even pledged himself to do tois, but his
failure to do so shows that protection is
a fraud as far as the laboring man is
concerned, but it lias leen a tine thing
for Carnegie. Journal of Industry.
Auditor Pavey is rejmrtetl to have
6aid in a public speech that he had per
jured himself a hundred times in order
to secure pensions for his friends, and
was ready to do so again when neces
sary. It is to be liojied that lie stioke
figuratively for it is humiliating to dis
cover that the office of auditor of Illinois
is filled by a Ierjurer.
I'lie Ijorui Markets.
OKA IN, ETC.
Hye 7! if?' sir.
Krun - s.c jut rwt,
Shijo'nfT $1.00 per cwt.
Ilnv Ttmoiliv. Sf&l0: upland. sloii'-h
80a,; baled. 11 Wf412.50.
Putter ''air to choice, 18c; creamery, 22&34c
r.i:! rrcTi, i:c; mr.Kcu inc. '
Poultry Chickens. KK&ljw : turkeys 12 h
m-k, l'.'Hc; tree., 10c.
PltUlT AND VEHETABLKH.
Apples JS.2.W.S2 T5 p jr libl.
1 N taloe t iXrir r to.
f'att e Iliitchers tav for m.rn fed tiir.
S4'.4Mc; cows ntxl heifui, t!V4,3c; calvef
E'.ii e 4Sc.
Ilnrd 7 fSfX".7 7f. "
Soft 2 i(7( 30,
Common boards 816.
,loit Scanflin'4 and tim'ier, 12 to IS taut, $13.
Kvcry a-il'tlonal foot in length !iu cent.
X A X SMnlos ii 75
Fencine l::to lfifeet 51fl.
ock bo ;rds,roni;h $10."
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The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. :
. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standards
The readers of the Abgus will be pleased
to learn that there is at lean one dreaded
disease that science hat been able to cure
in all its atsares, and that is catarrh.
Hall's Cttarrb Cure is the onlv prtsitive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disesse, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Cstsrrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by builtting up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
fsith in its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for anv, case
tbat it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Chkeney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
It is Prompt
In its action, being very penetrating,
goes right to the seat of the disease. The
skin is an absorbent, and takes up this
Oil as the sun does water, parties who
have used it stating that when briskly
rubbed on the face for neutalgU, they
could taste it. It is intended only as aa
external application, and yet it is barm
less. This wonderful remedy is krovn a
Krause's German Oil, the poor man's
friend. Only 25c a bottle.
CubebCoMch Cure On Minute.
Although the great mass of the people
of Illinois are farmers, the Republicans
refused to place a single farmer on their
state ticket. On the other hand, the
Democrats, in addition to two men
largely engaged in farming,' have one
full-bfooded farmer on the ticket in the
person of Hon. David Gore, candidate
for auditor. Mr. Gore, while he has
been a farmer always, and a practical
one at that, is regarded as a first-class
business man, and will make a splendid
public officer. He possesses in a remark
able degree the executive ability so
necessary in a large public office, and
his quiet urbanity of manner and strict
business methods will make his office a
model for all his successors.
You want to make your mon
ey go as far as it can, don't
you? We think we can help
you do that. Notice below:
10 pieces white shaker flannel
- 5c a Yard.
10 pieces unbleached cotton
4 l-2ca Yard.
The announcement that Judge Gresh
am, Judge Cooly, Wayne, McVeagh and
other Republicans of national reputation
will vote for Cleveland has produced
important results. Thousands of men.
heretofore Republicans, have grown tired
of the party rule, but were timid about
renouncing their allegiance to it. The
example of men like Gresham, Cooly
and McVeagh gives them the courage to
come out, and in every locality they are
being heard from. They are generally
men who cannot be handled or driven
into line by the party lash, and their
votes and influence are cast in the Demo
cratic scale this year.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not eas or emke; heavy steel body;
large ash tan Call and ex inline this
wonderful siove sold by
New styles ot
10 pieces unbleached cotton
r . Sc a Yard.
20 pieces standard dress prints
' Sc a Yard.
Cloaks Our line is complete
in ladies.-' migees' anl
children's.' , Have you
seen our line of f4.&."
and $5.00 jackets.
Ftjrs We are headquarters
sure this time for ladies'
far capes, muffs, Cleo
patras, boas, etc. Get
prices elsewhere theD
come to us.
In all places in Illinois where there is
not a Board of Election commissioners
there is no change in the registry law.
It is the same as heretofore. If you are
not registered you can vote on affidavit.
It should be born in mind that the polls
open at 6 a. m. and close at 5 p. m.
The Republican state committee! has
ordered its sneakers and paers to drop
state issues and touch only on national
questions. This shows that they have
given up Fifer as lost, and are trying to
av the electoral vote of the Btnte.
AGENTS WANTED $45 TO ?100 A WEEK
rx maae essjiy. ror lu'ormauon aaur-s me
German National Building and L an Association,
THK DAILY AHGUS DELIVERED AT YOU 8
door every eweui ae tot lSc per werk.
EXCURSIONS, HI NTING. FISHING. BEAU
tifol nnn-explo-lve cenn launches for hire
low. 500 Twentieth ttreet.
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
WANTED Earnest, Intelligent lady t- estab
lmh a croo.1 naviuir business : one liavioc had
experience" in a sick room p'e'erred : call at suite
3, McCullough b'ocii Davenport, Iowa.
AGENTS making S5 to f 10 per day se'linc the
Electrical Wonder household want. SOSI Itrady
street, Davenport, Iowa, second lloor, room 9, si to
9 p. ni. Oeicral agent wanted.
SALESMEN WANTE r TO TRAVEL IV STJ'r
ronndini; districts, bv team or otherwise, fo
lic! i g orders on co nmisrion from retail dettlers
for rnbber boots .nd sbi c. to b shipped direct
from factory. Tho e a ready traveliiiir with an
other line of oo:ls could make tills a va'unhle
addition lo tbt ir bnsints. Add'ess stHtin par
ticultrs and references. Colchester Rubber Co.,
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
r.nd imporrjd citars. All b'anils of tobacco
The score of all ine ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
103 Second Avenue.
1525 and 1527
124, 123 and 128
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show wLI be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one.
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Stoves and Ranges
are the leadeis made in Illinois for our soft coal and every cnt
gaaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show yoa
that is U9efal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tsland.
But Not Cheap Dirt.
We have just received, unpacked, marked out a number of Clothing bargains in Boys' suits that will
do your heart as well as your purse good to see.
The above quotations are for good, honest, well made goods, just the class of goods you like to buy
your boys for school wear and jusf such qualities as we can confidently recommend.
OUR LINE OF MEN'S OVERCOATS, $2.00, $5.00, $6. JO, $8.90 and $10.00, give us cause to brag,
but there is no necessity for that. We do not pretend to give goods away, but we can sell goods cheap,
and WE DO. Some extraordinary bargains in MEN'S SUITS at $? 98 to $9.90. While in Underwear
you never saw such excellent values. All of our Clothing is direct from New York and Baltimore man
ufacturers. We do not handle Rochester combine nor prison-made stuff.
The Old and Tried and Not Found Wanting.
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1729 Second Ave., 1 16 to 122 Eighteenth St.