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1HJE AUG US. TUISDAT, iTJEUKUAHf 1, 1893.
St. Valentine 'dty. ,'
Lent begins tomorrow.
Dollar jackets t McCabe Bros'.
Sneider't canned (rait at Browner &
Browner &-Co bave asms choice lem--
Nice canned asparagus at Browner &
Batavia canned vegetables t Browner
French peas and tnushroona at Brown
r A Co
Figuratively speaking tbe sleigbirg
ku gone up. '
Pianos at a disc Mint ' at Woodyatt's.
Ooiag to move. .
J.E.Montrose has gone to Kansas
City on business. .-(
Fifteen more dollar jackets just pitted
sale at McCabe Bros.' V
Greatest linen sale in the west now in
fall blast at McCabe Bros.
Extra. . floe California can pears and
peacbci at Browner & Co.'s
Ask your dealer for Sleepy Ere brand
flour, the btst on tbe mark t.
It wEl pay you to patronize the 'intel
ligence cQlumV' of The Arous
. ) Fresh celery, lettuce, parsley, Jersey
sweet potatoes at Browner & Co.
Now is tbe time to bny a piano cheap,
ea account of moving, at Woodyatt's
Max Kautz has had a new telephone
yal into his store. The number is 1260.
There will be preaching by Rev. J. H.
Xerr at tbe Aiken street chapel this even-
Leon Mangenet's flit bu'.k perfumes 10
teste an ounc: all tim week at McCabe
Hansgen & Truesdale are wholesa's
agents for the Sleepy Eye brand of
Must mnvf. Woody at t will still pianos
your own figures, rather than move the
Will Mestnkop. of Princeton, is in t! e
1 visiting with his sister, Mrs. S. T.
The regular weekly entertainment of
.ie Manhattan Athletic club occurs this
Once tried you.will buy no other the
Sleepy Eye brand of floar. Ask your
grocer for it. .
Charming Fanny Rico has made a
great success. The house was packed.
New York 8un.
An event for housekeepers. The great
fineo sale this week at McCabe Bros.'
Sring your friends. '
Bring your bottles. Leon Margenet's
Sne bulk perfumes 10s an ounce all this
weak at McCabe Bros.'
- Faaos and organs must go in the next
two weeks at any price, on account of
VMg. at Woodyatt's. .
Leon Margenet's fine bulk perfumes,
Mo an uuee all this week at McCabe
Bros.' Bring your bottles.
Wanted A good sober 'man with
thorough knowledge of horses. Apply
at Bock Island National bank.
The Laura Dainty company gave one
f its matchless entertainments at the
First M. E church' last evening.
See quotations on. linens at McCabe
Bros'. or this week's sale. You will re-
vetnber thesc leaders for many months to
Travel over the Rock . Island bridge
yesterday was as follows: Foot, north,
576; south, 899; total 1175. Teams,
aortb, 487; south, 466; total, 953
FtUuy Rice's "Jolly Surprise'' is a re
fined, jolly performance, brim full of
surprise. The theatre was packed and
" nndreds turned away. Boston Herald.
It is not improbable that Second ave
uc will have a Btw and attractive shoe
tore in the near future, and that a store
otm occupied at present by a different
usiness will be occupied by it.
The canned fruits are moving very rap
idly at the great reduction sale at Ar
nold's. Those who want to get the ben
efit of the low prices wilt do well to call
early, as the sale will only last a few
Invitation are out announcing tbe
marriage of John M. Gardiner ana Miss
Caroline F. Geisler, which occurs at tbe
home of tbe bride's mother, Mrs. Wil
liam Oeisler, 1816 Second avenue, Tues
day evening, Feb. 28 at 7 p. m.
A telegram was received in tbe city to
day conveying the distressing intelli
gence that Mrs. Barbara Siegrist. of this
city, who has been visiting at Hope, Ark.,
had become demented. She had only
gone there about three weeks ago and
arrange menu will probably be made to
bring her home.
Both local telegraph offices are to bave
a change in management within tbe next
tew weeks. Manager C. J. Heath of tie
Western Union has d -termined to ac
pt one ef number of offers of promo
tion to more lucrative offices which the
sompany has complimented him with,
while Manager Albright of -the Postal
has likewise been recognized by his com
pany aa worthy of advancement, and
about the first of the month he returns
Order Iop Ice or Mpence.
Roc Island, Jan. 81. This is to no
tUy the public that I have cut a good ap
ply of good pure ice and that I am not in
awy combination . I am now ready to
snake contracts for the coming season and
would respectfully solicit a reasonable
share of patronage.
William T. Spknck.
.' 408 Forty-second street
Hugh O'Dontiell is on trial at Pittsburg
for complicity in the Homestead riot of
July 6, 189A
In a general fight near Husco tanks,
Tex., between a posse of citizens and
a party of rustlers, Charles Roddins and a
man named Camplell, of tbe rustler party,
were killed. Xonit of the posse was hurt.
Mr. Guerrero, the consul of Chili at San
Francisco, says thai tbe report that Chili
would have an exh bit at the World'a fair
is a canard. His government will not par
ticipate. It is too abort a time since the
Itata and Baltimore incidents for his gov
ernment to evince sentiments of friendship
to the United State.
New York letter carriers held a meeting
and appealed to the New York state dele
gation in congress t secure the passage of
the bill to increase letter carriers' salaries.
Tbe senate judiciary committee has de
cided to report favtrably tbe nomination
of J udge Jackson t be associate judge of
the supreme court.
The Montreal w nter carnival closed
with the frightful dath of a young woman
named Crawford, waose brains were scat
tered over the snow of a toboggan slide by
a collision with a telegraph pole.
James F. Buckley, of Haverhill, Mass.,
is building a submarine boat which he
says will run fifty miles per hour uuUer
A convict at tbe r.'ashville penitentiary
attacked two of the suaids in an attempt
to escape, cut them l oth severely and fail
ing to get away cut his own throat.
The Milwaukee gas works has been sold
to a Boston syndicate for f3,5(0,000.
A couple of scoundrels from South Caro
lina went to New Ycrk to buy counterfeit
money. On finding that the money seller
was a bigger rascal than they were one of
them shot him, and tioth are held to wait
the result of the wouid.
Governor Tillman, of South Carolina, is
instructing the sherif sof his state to resist
the mandates of- United States courts in
certain railway cases involving the pay
ment of taxes. He is doing this so as to
obtain a bearing it the United States
supreme court on tnn old, old question of
A fatal case of typhus fever has been
discovered at Brooklyn.
Obituary: At New York. Professor Will
iam H. C. Bartlett, iRed 84; Oliver Burr
Jennings, one o' the founders of the Stan
dard Oil company, at-d 68; at Sioux City,
la., Colonel Ciiarles C. Orr; at Cincinnati,
Henry Lewis, aced 68; at Pittsburg, Joseph
L. Lowry, aged 50; at Houston, Tex., Ma
jor J. P. Bridges, fditorof the Luting
Sentinel, aged 40.
Speaking of Dr. Parkhnrst's way of chas
ing the devil out of N w York, Sam Jones
says it reminds him of the way his dog ran
a hog out of a Georgia cornfield. Tbe dog
ran on ahead.
A Minnesota syndicate proposes to spend
tl, 500,000 in irrigating and afterward colo
nizing the Mojave detert in southern Cali
fornia. Henry Villard felt lied upon at a semi
public dinner the otlier night to make it
clear that he is not to be included is Mr.
Cleveland s cabinet.
Six persons were s"iously injured in a
not at a christening at 2632 Chouteau ave
sue, St. Louis,' and their r injuries may
War AcTBlnat Boaps Spreading.
Louibville, Ky., Fi b. 14. Represent
tive W. F. Peak, of Nev Bedford, the hoop-
skirt reformer, is highly delighted at ths
approbation with whic h the anti-crinolins
bill be introduced in the legislature has
been received. He says t hat he has received
a letter from Frank D. Smith, a New York
legislator, asking a copy of bis bill, as
smitn is going to introduce a similar meas
ure in the Empire state legislature.
Collision of Freight Trains.
Tekre HAUTE,Ind.,Ftb. 14. A head -end
collsiion of freight trains on the Chicago and
Eastern Illinois Sunday night caused a
heavy loss to the engine, and five loaded
cars. 1 he crews escape. L
Another Tarn of the Screw.
WASHlSGTON.Feb. 14. The president baa
npprovea tne act in relation to testimony
injure bue interstate cimmerce commit
It ruzzles the Jf itnralUts.
The peculiar breed of cats found in the
Isle of Man differs from others only in that
they have no tails, and t be lack thereof is
the insoluble puzzle to naturalists. Since
it has become the fashion to explaic every
thing by the principles of evolution, two
theories have been offeretL one, that owing
to the limited range and lack of dense for
ests the original cats ht d no use for tails,
and consequently they (tbe tails not the
cats) gradually atrophied for lack of use
and became rudimentary; another, that tbe
primitive Manx cut off a 1 their cats' tails
and in the course of time developed a tail
less breed. One thing is certain, the cats
are there, und tbey bave no tails. Chicago
Indians with Japan
The Indians on the Alct
Hon. James Orr states, ha
bammered, and on it are
glyphirs, the shield show
anese origin. This shield
handed down from genor
tion. St. Paul Pioneer Pr
tian islands, the
-e a copper shield
ing clearly Jap-
tbe Indians have
ition to genora-
When Salvage Is Allowed.
If a vessel is short hand 'd by reason of
sickness, and is navigated into port by a
part ol tne crew or another vessel, that is
considered as a salvage service. Compen
sation hao been granted fo keeping near a
vessel in distress at tbe request of her mas
ter, although but little aid was rendered.
New York Evening Sun.
If all the year were playing holidays, to
sport would beastediniiK m tn nnA K..,
when they seldom come she wished' for
"I bave used your Salvation Oil and
can sav, it is the finest thing I ever saw
lor all kinds of pains or epruns and can
recommend it to any one. N.L Adams,
231 Sixteenth street, Cairr., Ill "
ff?a3R i Baking
. Tax Notice.
The - axes for 1892 re now due and
mtv h pnid to the ondersignd at tlujgt
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Teir.i le
block. Please bring vour last tear's re
ceipt, which will enable the collector to
find your dtscription on tbe tax books.
William J. Gamble,
, V TO BRACE VP the
V. . V system after "La Grippe,"
V . r pneumonia, levers, ana
W . heir nmrtrafcinir acnta dia.
ease; to ouua np neeaea
fies-h end strength, and to
restore health and vigor
when you feel "run-down"
and used-up, the best thing
in the world is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery.
It promotes all the bodily
functions, rouses every or
gan into healthful action,
purities and enriches the
blood, and through it
cleanses, repairs, and invig
orates tne enure system.
For tne most stubborn
Scrofulous, Skin or Scalp Diseases, Dyspep
sia, Biliousness, and kindred ailments, the
"Discovery" is the only remedy that's
guaran teed. If it doesn't benefit or cure,
you have your money back.
Can you think of anything more convinc
ing than the promise that is made by the
f roprietors of Tr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy I
t is this: "If we can't cure your Catarrh,
we'll pay you foW in cash."
W.LL TITOISS TEX nUUOFSAriCK.
The road to
erine the priat
ectindacemenr 1b tne way of
train snrvioe Is
and Ohio Ky.,
U rough the hat
tleflelds of Vir
the most pictur
The F T. V
Is the only din
irjt car train.
Ail the throne h
trains are light
ed with elec
tricity, and are
heated with s'eam. Vor lowest excursion rate
ard complete information apply to nearest
t'caet acent. or address v. . kim, aesis ant
general passenger ageDt,CiDclnnati, O.
The.onlj Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used 'fa. Minions of Homes 40 Yesrs lie Stausard.
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
JUST oyx KERRY NIGHT.
Wednesday, February 5.
Tbe Dainty aad Versa tile Comes ieane, VAN NT
KICK, and her excellent rapper ting
company, presentlaf Anbnr .
A Jolly Surprise
(Constructed far langhing purposes on'y.Y Pre
ceded by Offenbach's 1-ar.t operetta. THE
LITTLES-ROOM HELLER, Miss
Rice appears in both plays.;
"Best eompaay aeen here in years." San Fran
"An erenine of innocent and aprorions fan."
Prices $ 1. 75c, 50c, 25c; seats on sale at Harper
house drug stor Monday. Feb. 13.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
JUST ONE NIGHT.
Friday, February 17th.
Mr. CHARLE3 FBOHMANS
Latest Comedy Success,
"A JOT FOREVER."
Presented by the strongest comedy company in
America, as seen for 150 nights in New
York, 100 nights In Boston, f0
nights in Chioagn.
Pea's on sale at nancr house pharmacy .
Prices 51.00, 75, 50c and ibc.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep firs all night with soft coal;
will not cae or smke; heavy steel body;
l&re ash ptn. Call and examine this
wonderful atfive sold hy
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large nnmber of letters in possession of
the manufacturers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known musicians who hive need and recommend
Adelina Patti, tg. Tomagno, 8:g. Sarasate,
Lllii Lehman, Mas A Wary, Ovlde Musln,
Minnie Bank, S g. Dal Pi&Bte. C. Behrens,
Mme. Albanl. Fig. Ard'.U, F. S. Silmore,
Mate. Notdica. Xml Fischer, A. D NoreUia.
Fniaeh-Marii, Big. f eroti. Bfhll Lirbllng.
Mme. Fabri. Sir. lUTelli, Cnaa. Knnkal,
Clementine de V. re, W. C K. Beeboeck
And maaj ether pro rain at muiiclans of Inr
Tbe plane tana Indorsed by the eolleatrve
renin! and aatboritiea at tha world may b found
la large variety, together with tha Kimball, Reed
as a Portable pipe organs aa wen aa well as the
eelebra-ed Ballet Davis, and Bmenea planes of
cheaper make, at tbe ware rooms of
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
We are pleased to announce
that our Spru.g ttoc't of dress
goods are tiere and on our
counters. handsomer than
tsver and a staci of them
The beet we can say of them is
that people are buying them
freely, bny yours early while
you have lirst choice.
Some Special Prices
Cashmeres '; 0 cents.
Changeable Twills 25 cents.
Changeants, 35 cents, 40 inch
Henriettas, 46 in rer, desirable. 48c.
Pretty Checks, illuminated
Serges and all the better fabrics.
While here examine the W
ana eie8ant asBortment 0f
foreign Sat-een LawD8) Qr
gaudies, Sauce, Mulls, Cha,'
Remember that Mr. Myers ni
Wednesday and Thursday of
this week tc personally iri'
duce his perfumes at ewckl
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported ck-arn. All brand of tobacco.
The acore of all tbe ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenne.
At About Half Price at The
6 Comic Valentines for
2 one cent Valentines for
A two cent Valentine for
A three cent Valentine for
A five cent Valentine for ,
A seven cent Valentine for
Celuloid Valentine from
- 15c to
Large stock and selling them at about half the price
tnuer aeaiera bk. ior mem.
P J. YOUifG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Is now located in hit new shop.
At1 324 Seventeenth Street
tr-Ligbt hoet a .pccialty. Oppwlte the Old etaai.
1803 Second Avenue.
We inaugurate another big sacrifice sale.
Goods," at the following prices:
"This time of Can
10 doz. peaches reduced from
" bost brand California peaches,
California Bartlett pears from
16 doz the v est brand, from
10 doz apricots, from - -
10 doz. best brand, from -
5 doz. nectarines, from ...
20 to 15c
22 to 17c
25 to 19c
30 to 21c
25 to 19c
30 to 21c
21 to 16o
25 to 19c
25 to 19c
10 doz. green gages, from ... 22 to 14c
" u bestgTade, - - 25 to 17c
" egg p-ums, from - - - 25 to 17c
5 doz. vblackberries, from - 10 to 8c
raspberries, from - - 15 to 10c
" strawberries, from - - 15 to 10c
3 doz. beet California white cherries. - 35 to 27c
15 doz. one-gallon cans apples, - - 30 to 22c
Fine eating apples, per peck, only - - 30c
No customer can get more than six cans each of the above at
the reduced prices. Alter the above lot is gone we will not sell
anymore at the prices we quote above, as these goods would
bring more at wholesale, but we prefer to give our patrons the
benefit J&JE QLD ,