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THE AUGUS, T'TT I TT? S n A "V. "DECEMBER 8, 1892.
Sho if rvkers tt the Columbia.
"ZtV H Hftrper'i theatre tonight.
Rocking hor" 8$3 at the Columbia..
Dr.ud Mrs W. A. Paul are in New
Iroa Holders' Union ball Friday eren
i. "Zeb." the Hooeier. at Harper' theatre
Another lot of bargains la men't orer
coau at the M. A K
Fred Lloyd, or Lloyd 4 Stewart, went
to Chicago last erening.
O ) and see Robert Brace the one man
toad st the dime museum.
See the three-headed lady at the Lon
irm. Friday erening, 7:30.
M. & K. htTe the slipper stock in ex
cellent shape to receire yon.
The dime museum is doing a flourish
ins business, giving six shows a day.
It is the first assortment of plush goods
u the city, the one at tbe Colifmbia.
Be sure and see Mextcsn Billy the
prince of ail fancy rifle shots at the dime
If yon want to see a nice assortment of
toys go to the Columbia. Their prices are
Henry Sahr of Oil City, Pa , is here
on business pertaining to tbe Penn Tank
Ladies seeking a fine line of gentlemen's
slippers for Christmas preseuts, thoald
Tisit the M & K.
They sty tbe dime museum discounts
mine-tenths of the opera house shows
seen here this season.
Have yon seen Princes Xanna tbe
wonderful mind reader and fortune teller
at tbe c'ime museum.
M'.'.e Du Pont, the three-headed lady,
at tbe Lonfln, Friday evening, at 7.30.
and S.-rray at 2 3(J.
Tbe "ev-n-h annual ball of Iron Hold
ers' U-i No 230, occurs at Armory
hall ou rnu.j evening
The C ;n-ibi& Lave a nice assortment
of silk I;.- ffl r and silk handkerchiefs,
juitibl'. t- r Cnn-tma8 presents.
Toe e. j",-vr (..onthW meeting of the
Rock I-uti Cu.zens' Improvement asso
ciation inVt'i be held tonight at the associ
The greatest al'raction of the season,
Mile. Du Pont, the three-headed lady.
will be in west show window at the Lon
don. 7:30 p. m. Friday.
Dr. E. Bradford, the bomcepatbic phy
sician who has just located at 510 Twenty-thirl
street, has had a telephone
piaced in his residence. The number is
Don't fail to see Mile. DuPont, the
great tbree-headel ladv. who will appear
ia tbe west show window of tbe London,
Friday evening, 7:30 p. m. and Saturday,
2:30 p. m.
HereafuT the butinegg of the Western
Union TelegTaph office at Molme will be
handled from this city. To accommodate
it Manager Hea'h needs four additional
The Twin-City Dancing Academy
opens at Roche's ball next Tuesday even
ing. Private lessons from 7:30 until 9 p.
m., reception following until midnight.
Prof. Jacob Vwen, teacher.
Hon. J.W.Simonson.of Port Byron. to
gether with bis wife and son Devore,
leave in a day or two on an extended
trip to the Pacific coast, where tbey ex
pect to spend tbe winter.
According to today's Chicago dis
patches Maj. Mackenzie has again ex
pressed bis views officially that the Mo
line harbor is unworthy of government
aid, and Oen. Poe has confirmed such an
Electrical Engineer Fredericks, of the
Davenport & Rock Island railway com
pany, brought out his new eiectric
sweeper ''Blizzard" at midnight, and ran
over tbe lines, tbe whirling brushes prov
ing a terror to the snow.
Liwt Between Blake & Burke's
plumbing establishment and Twenty-1
third and Fifth avenue, $200. Finder
will be rewarded by returning to tbe
owner, whose name appears on papers
in tbe wallet containing tbe money.
Charles Boone, a well-known brake
Kan on 1 be St. Louis division of tbe Q ,
was united iu marriage yesterday at noon
at Orion with Miss Bertha M. McDonald,
of that place. Mr. Boone has brought
bis bride to this city, which will be their
OeoTge I. Bagley, the Davenport ex
press messenger who has gained consid
erable notoriety of late, went into the
district court there yesterday and
changed bis plea from not guilty to
gailty of larceny by embezzlement.
Dr. C.J Wilson, of the Scott Medical
Institute at Davenport, has received a
telegram informing him of the serious
illDeos of bis brDther and partner in tbe
hospital at Cleveland, Ohio, and be
leaves tonight for tbe east. Arrange
ments have been made for patients re
ceiving medicine in the meantime.
George Blair blew into Rock Island to
day and celebrated bis advent by going
into Kuhn's boarding bouse 00 MoJine
avenue and donning a suit of clothes that
belonged to somebody else. Mr. Kuhn
ran the intruder down and turned him
over to the police. Magistrate Wivill
sent him down in default of $500
M . & K. adm't that some of the over
coats tb y are selling at $15 and $18 are
not as g d as those they have placed
on sale $12.90 bt the coats they are
selling at $12.90 are where th-.re are 1.2
or 5 of a kt d and there isn 1 a garment
in th" enure lot that cin be notched at
less than $16 50 and some of them for
even consMprab'e more.
Las. week the M & K p!a;ed cn sale
a special sale of overcoats at $"2 90 gar
ments that have been selling a: f 16.50 to
$19.50. In less than two c ays almost
tbe entire tot had been sold. In crJer to
keep business booming tbey 1 ave placed
on sale another batch, fully a good in
value at those sold last week, at the same
ridiculouslv low price, $12.90. Brgsin
seeker will find it profitable t- call at tbe
George A. Harrop, who for tbe past
three years has been manaeer of the local
exchanges of the Central Tele; hone com
pany in this city and Moline. b is tendered
his resignation, which takes ef'ect on the
15th. He resigns to accept a position
on tbe road with a Chicago house with
which be was formerly connected. Dur.
ing bis residence here Mr. E arrop has,
through bU obliging disposition, made a
large number of frietds, nhose best
wishes will attend him in his new field.
Mrs. Charles Bigelow, ol Walnut,
Iowa, who has been visiting at the resi
dence of her sister, Mrs. Fred G. Ehleb,
1928 Fourth avenue, was over aken by a
sad visitation ia death claiming her only
child. Ralph, her 7-months-old son, after
a brief illncs, early tnis mon ing. The
distressing news bas been telei.Taphed to
the father at Walnut sod on he ring from
him the time of the funeral, hich will
be held from Mr. Ehleb's hone, will be
On Friday evenine. Dec. ".6. at the
Burtis opera house at Davenpcrt, will ap
pear the humorous caricatuiist In a
humorous aad artistic lecture. The en
tertainment will be given under the title
of Chalk Talk." and the title conveys
but an indistinct idea of the tairth-pro-
voaing entertainment, his app rently in
exhaustible resources of menorv and
pencil enable tim to place before the
minds and visions of his sudier.ee. Dur
ing it the time is pretty equally civided
Between chalk and talk, chalk jeing nee
esfary to illustrate talk, and tslk esaen
tial to explain chalk.
Carry the nevi to Miry.
And, pray, be not too long,
Kor che ia f&t declining.
And. eortlj, "twonid be wrong
not to tell her of Dr. Pierce's Favort e Prescrip
tion. We do want Mary to kow, in one way or
other, that this world-famed remedy vnll cure her
beyond a doubt. It jat-t the remedj for young
woisnhocx5, aid tbocnEd has it t ridged over
that perilous rea.
From every state, from every city, from nearly
every neighborhood In tiiii broad law:, comes the
grateful acknowledgement of what it b u done and
Is doing for oar daughters The only nedieine for
the painful and distreating irrepu: arities and
weaknesses of woman, acid with a positive guar
antee to eive satisfaction in every cat e, or money
fancied. n other words soid on tril l :
A new religious sect has appeared at Ra
lrtt;h, X. C, calling itself the 'Holy One"
The head centre is one Loney. Several
hundred people have joined a id given
Ixmey and the four women who are with
him a lanre amount of valuables.
C. R. Moulton, of Seattle, who had fre
fjtier.tly threatened to do jwifshi did not
yield to his suit, shot and killed Mrs Mary
S. Storey and then suicided. The murdered
woman leaves two children.
William RiaLoe, wild with a fit of delir
ium tremens, wrecked the office a: Chicago
f Dr W. V. Burton, threatened the doctor
with a revolver, and was finally .jarted off
to the detention hospital.
An unknown negro tramp asa ilted and
murdered .Miss Mildred Bryant, f Jellico,
Tenn. He is dead. Judge Lynch
The union of American Hebrew congre
gations which bas been in session at Wash
ington has adjourned to meet at New Or
leans in January, f&4.
Mrs. Mary McKinley, born in Ireland
Oct. 5, 1792, died at Chicago yestei iay. She
was remarkably active up to fo ir weeks
Thehoue appropriation committee bas
called on the secretary of the treasury for a
list of all probable deficiencies.
The statement that McGIynn. -.he "un
frocked priest" of New York, wot Id be re
instated is denied by Archbishop Corrigan.
McGIynn has not yet become pen.it ant,
A big dog at Chicago ran away with a
good-bye to-the-world letter writ ten by a
would-be suicide, and the unfortunate
thought better of it and concluded to live.
Martin Flanagan, of Xew York city, was
arrested at Bellaire, O., in the ad of rob
bing the National hotel. He robbed five
rooms and packed the proceeds in a large
Governor Fifcr, of Illinois, has si .rned the
commissions of the twenty-four De nocratic
presidential electors for Illinois chosen at
the recent election.
The firm of L. & N. Wilczniski, at Green
ville, Miss., has collapsed for 1500 000, and
will cause a serious financial di-aster in
that section, ruining many platters and
other business men.
The congress of the Xational Prison as
sociation has adjourned at Bait. more to
meet at Chicago next year.
The government received just ,818 last
year from the sale of its publicatio is. The
superintendent of the public document de
partment says the system is wasteful and
Five men were scalded with boiling beer
at C. Bauerlein & Co.'s brewery, Jliilvale,
Pa. Their names ae C. Bauerleia, J. F.
Heil and W. A. Heyl, of the firm; William
Wurster, the foreman, and Bernard Swerk
hert, one of the drivers.
Tbe mayor of Pittsburg has directed the
police chief to "discharge your pi tin duty
nnder the laws and ordinances of tie city."
What effect this will have on tl e social
evil reform remains to be seen.
Mr. F. A. Sullivan, of Chicago. 111.,
writes that he has used Dr. Bull' Cough
Syrup for bronchitis and found it to be as
represented, "a great remedy and a good
Burtis Opera House,
Special Grand Engagenent and Tragedy Event I
Wednesday, Dec. 7th and
Thursday, Dec. 8th.
The Dirtrngtrshed American Traced i
Supported by a earefaUy selected Oompaar.
Wednesday Eve., ' Othello."
Thursday Eve., Richard III.
Seat aale at Thom a Drnertore atd at Fluked
Tuesday, Dee. a. Telephone No. 30.
J-.E- Montrose, Manager.
JCST OKE SIGHT,
Thursday Evening, Dec. 8.
First appesrance in this city ot Sam. M, Tonn2-
WorW'i Fa!r Comedy suetea,
Supported by a Company of MetropoliUn Artfta.
Great i'at t
The Famous Hosier Quartette
A Home Picture
Framed in Fun!
Prices 25. 50 and 75 cento : secure your seats
at Harper House Pharmacy, Monday, Dec ota.
urtis Opera House,
..SUNDAY, DEO. 11
Sam- T. Jack's Extravaganza,
-The 40 Thieves-
Frsset $1.00. X. Sn ard 85 cent ; ladies best
iwerved seat SO nn toMatsea.
Which we have heretofore sold from $16.50
This lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being pmewhat broken, is positively the best val
ues ever offered this seasonnothing to compare with oiem anywhere not a coat in the outfit but
what is worth and has been selling at S16.0 and some f them are good value at S19.J0, take your
pick at $12.90; first come, first served. They'll be a Deasing surprise: it's a SDlendid onnortunitv:
Zi i. :t
UUil I III lib il.
Best Equipped Clothing and Sho: Hm n Rock
THE RIVERSIDE 0AE
will keep fire all n'gnt with soft coal;
will not gas or emte; heavy steel bodf;
large ash pan Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
New styles of
D. M BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cipar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alvv- fn hand the finest brands of doTreetic
and iniir-."1 cu:ar. All brands o tobicco.
The cort of 'Jle ball games wi'" e received
L. QLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
1908 Second A venae.
A. 3Vxgri3.ifiooxi.-t Line of ino
Speciil prices on Cloaks
this wpK We coa'd qnote
youpric?, but real-y you
would hive no idea of qual
ity unless you examined
these garments p-r:onalIy;
Cloaks will b sold chp
this week. Jackets 2.95
and upwarJs. We think
our assortment of Ladies',
Misses ana Children's gar'
ments is unusually large.
Pieasa call and give us
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade.
American mum. .
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
I back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
l3T"God Rooms by day or night.
.T. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
to $19.50tve shall place on
a j .
Isknd County t729 2d
Onr hobby i3 to talk r f
(Jarments; th-y are th?
best mide in the TJ s
guarantee with every
We are receiving handkr-clm-f?,
diapP, aii ri0P
ties in varionsi gooi?
ble iV r llolidav vrt-n, C
The best the market
affords and prices the
Ye good friend
are still in the
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
sale this morning at
a ri j '
ave., 1 16 to 1 22 19th si.
The orly Pure Creem of Tartar PowJ.r
Use:' Million? c? Homes - -
So Ammonia; No Alnra.