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XXlk AliGUS. PHIDAY, FJKJiKU VUl lT, 1893
Fire out tale at the London .
Temple quartette tomorrow.
Fire out sale at the Jj ndon.
Visit Dolly Bros. bargain counter.
Nice fresh fish at Baocber's giocery.
See the Columbia adr. on 7th page.
Cora 50j at Cools', Eighteenth street,
Bpinage, cabbage and beets at Arn
old's. Fiie! Fire! Fire out sale at the Lon
don. Turkeys at Buncher'a Spencer square
Lettuce, radishes and new tomatoes at
Celery .(cabbage at d lettuce at Browt-
Prices slashed regardless of cost in
shoes at Dolly Brs.'
French chops at Browner & Co's. mar
ket. Telephone 1064.
Are ton read far the fire sale? It
opens tomorrow M. & K.
It will pay tou to ptroo;ze the "intel
ligence eoluma" of Thr Argus
CalTes brains and swfet breads at
Browner & Co's Columbia market.
Arnold has the nicest line of fresh
vegetables in the ctty for tomorrow.
The London always undersell under
and all circumstances. Price and see.
If you need baby carriage don't fail
to read the Columbia adv. on 7th page.
Nice, new, souo, undamaged goods at
prices less than anywhere. The Lin
don. Now is the time to compare prices
when others pretend to sell cheap. The
An experienced bundle wrapper, also
cash boys wanted must bring references
M. A K.
Just now nice, new fresh goods
cheaper than Utmaged gocdj. Price and
sec. The London.
Leltuc, radishes, asparagus, spinage,
bjets, new potatoes, cabbajje, soup
bunches and pie plant at Arnold s.
M. A K. will open their doors tomor
row Saturday morninc.
promises to be a grand treat for all.
Our dress goods sale i in full blst;
an elegant assortment. Come in. No
trouble to show goods. Mclntire Bros
Tomorrow at 8 a. m. the M. & K. will
pea their doors and invite you to Dar
take of the big bargains. Take the cash
Don't fail to call in and be fitted with
a pair of "Creoles." They are beauties-
very styusn. Kussia calf and Dongola.
Big success Mclntire Bros.' perfume
sale. Will continue balance of this week
at special prices 35s bottles 19c, 50c
Lieut. W. V. Judson of the regular
army is me new omcer la Major Hacken
tie's corps, instead of the name men
rdoned the other day.
Notice the special announcement of the
Boston on another page concerning spring
jie in laaies- nne rootwear. ana call
and see the "Creole."
Mclntire Bros, will continue the sale
of Meyers' celebrated extracts at the
special price the balance of tbis week
SC Dottles 50c bottles 3lc.
The ' Creole" that is what we call the
new shoe perfectly saamless and glove
JUtlng. Russet color and black. Opera
toe and Pniladelphia. The Bos on.
Mrs. Pauline Levi fell upon some icy
steps at her home on Second avenue on
Wednesday and received a painful in
jury on her head. While she was not
seriously hurt, she nas suffered consider
ably from the shock.
Miss Polly Moore, of Chicago, who has
been visiting with Mrs. Mary Garry on
Feurth avenue, unfortunately fell on an
ky walk this morning and sustained a se
vere sprain of her right arm. She was at
tended by Dr. Comegys.
C. H. Deere, of Moline, has secured
from the kennels of Osseola Mills.
Wis., one of the finest specimens of
doghood in this vicinity. The animal
is registered under the name of Osceola
Homer and bis parents cost respectively
$5,000 and $3 000. the mother having
taken the first prize at the re
cent bench show in Chicago. He is of
the Great Duke variety, and although
only 10 weeks old is almost big enough
to put his paws on a man's shoulder.
When full grown he will be as big es a
DIED IN A COACH.
Charles Herman, of Sterling Expires on
aTraln hi re this Morning;.
Osrles Herrnxn, a young (man of 21
years of age whose home is in Sterling,
died in a C. B. & Q coach in the "Q.'
yard while waiting for the Sterling train
to pull out at 7 AS tbis morning. He
ha' been at S n Antonio, Tex.,
for the benefit of his health,
having teen a suffer from
consumption. Ilnding no relief there he
started home accompanied by his father
and reached tnU city at 6:45 this morn
ing. He was transferred from the sleep
er to a couch, bet died just a moment or
two before the tiain pulled out. He was
M,i nui i i the lajgaee car and taken to
his home in Sterling. It was a touching
incident to the passengers in the train,
the young man seeming to grieve when
he realized tbtli9 could not last until he
should reach hoeie, wbich was but a few
Boucher's Spencer Sqnare Grocery.
(Tel. No. 1090)
Head lettuce, Honey.
Green onions, Oranges,
New parsley, Bananas,
California new cabbage, Parsnips,
Sweet potatoes, Carrots,
Order Tonr Ice of Mpence.
Bock Islahd. Jan. 31. This is to no
tify the public that I have cut a good sup
ply of good pure ice and that I am not in
any combination. I am now ready to
sake contracts for the coming season and
would respectfully solicit a reasonable
share of patronage.
William T. Spkncb.
408 Forty-second street
Card of thanks.
The family of . the late 8. A. Marsr.hall
anarre to thus publicly express their
sincere gratitude for the many acta of
kindness received during their late bereavement.
Two V oeden Leg.
Painter Limbert of Geneseo has, run
niog through his composition, a fine vein
of humor He a so has a wooden lee.
He was paiaiirg a bouse in the country
some time ago A very kind and sym
pathetic old iad watched him peggioe
around, and was particularly interested
in observing him climb the ladder. Lam
bert noted her sympathetic curiosity out
of the corner of hit other eye, and was
considerably amused. He felt that she
couldn't keep still much longer, and the
situation amused him. It came at last.
as he was laboriously climbing the lad
der. The tells about it:
Bean't you lame? ' sie ventured.
Tes, ma'am." replied Lmbm.
'What makfS you lame? Y.m wilk n
still like that it 'pears to me you must
nave a wooaen
Yes, ma'am." caid Lunert, with that
miSCDIL'TOUa t Kir tin in hia ii,,
O ..JUIUI I - .HH.WH, V, univ
The fire sale ! lwo. wooden legs!'
-i wo wooaen ieeM wnv. that s aw
full It must be dreadful unhandy to
carry iwo wooaen legs up a ladder."
"Why, you've git them both with jou
No. l navn't. The other one's at
home. I keep it in case I thoald break
It took the good old soul some time to
grappie me laea, sue didn't say any
thing; but she waned no more sympathy
ou toe lame pnour
Getting; Around a Corner.
A rather dilapidated but exceedingly
cneenni tramp con: ing a own the road asked
Mr. Jennings for a job. Mr. Jennings had
Inst fut his rejLne- nwmaraf.,, a i-
day's alow inarch up and down the bit?
1 A 11,
"Yes, I've got a job. Two dollars a day
and board, and it's yours aa long as you
hold it down. Can you drive?"
"Can I drive? Ain't I drnv four harsea
tO WSJlst fur a DntfhmiUl in f3na-q, an
Jim screechin wid a bor-r-n on the back slip
oi tne waggin? "
"That'e all right. A reaper ain't a tally
ho, but I guess you "11 do. You'll have to.
Just keep a-goin. I'll be back inside of an
hour. But say, I wish you'd save a little
patch by the fence In the corner there. I
want to try an expt riment I read about In
"And how do I work the machine?"
"Yon let the mac aine alone. It will work
itself. Just VOU dr.ve fctraiirht. nn ts
corner, then turn and go across by the
fence. The machine will do the cutting."
The new hand trove a few yards very
carefully, then halted, looked at the mys
terious thing behind him and shouted to
Mr. Jennings, who had already started to
the rescue of his frt.it trees.
"And do she knre n-rnttin lib.tlii, nil
the time I kape ago in?"
Yes. yes; go ahead."
"Well, thin, how can 1 save the bit in tie
fince corner? Whin 1 drive nn there, she'll
jist cut It down anyway, and I won't
have nothing to say about it."
"Why, you idiotl When you get"
"At coorse; av coorsel I was jist jokin.
Whin I eit there. T il list, ctnrxl still till T
git past." David Budge in Harper's.
To Replace Curled Hair.
A comnAnv has heon rrrco n i ty nu rV.
long moss that grows on trees In the south
for beddinir. Nesrros set a cent nr t.wn a
pound for it. It first has to be buried in a
damp soil in order to rot off the soft, gray
. ( . AV! . ...
uuusr vuvBnug, aum lxus leaves a nairuae
nore fnr pjuh thrpof nf ma that, la aaM tA
be when dry both so t and elastic, making
an excellent substitt.te for curled hair. If
the company is successful it will have many
rlvAjfL for this mr evlata in nTillm4tt
quantities from Virginia southward to the
1 Tl l - .. . .
I$iu ai ia a jHu-aHire, auu eomeuines
clothes the tree branches so thickly as to
kiu mem. riiamrcts e reet long are not
uncommon, and a forest thus "bearded like
TJrntda nf old" hut a mmtvr anrl innlm.
ens appearance. New York Sue
A Portly Bishop.
flnll dav thj, T?stmf n Ca t Vil liitlinn nt
Nottinoham rRonkeJ'l nnu t.n intmwti the
minuter at Rochest-r. He was of portly
and imposing aspect, and when he was gone
the rector inquired from the chief mason
what, ha thnncrht. f tha iHuit.ni. W11
sir," was the reply, "I saw nothing very
particular aoout nun. ie seemea some
the kind of man as 'ud be pretty reg'lar
ome at meal timea." Iondon Tit-Bits.
The Wetl er Forecast.
More snow tonicht. nrobablv followed
by clear and sligbtlv colder tomorrow.
Wh wa.r. lh,..t n,l!..M
with that wretcied cough when a bottle
of Dr. Bull's Cousrh Syrup will cure you
Tbe sxes for 1892 are tw due and
miy be paid to the undersigned at Hurst
j & Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
1 block. Please bring vonr last year's re
ceipt, which will ensble tbe collector to
find your description on tbe tax books.
. William J. Gamble.
FROM HEAD TO FOOT
yon feel the good that's done by Dr. Pierce
Golden Medical Discovery. It purifies th
blood. - And through the blood, it cleanses,
repairs, nnu m i& urates uie wnoie system.
In recovering from "La Grippe." or In
convalescence from pneumonia, fevers, or
other wasting diseases, nothing can equal it
as an appetizing, restorative tonic to build up
needed neeh and strength. It rouses every
organ Into natural action, promotes all the
bodily functions, and restores health and
For every disease thnt comes from a torpid
liver or impure blood, PysriepKin, Indigestion,
Biliousness, and the moul stubborn Skin,
Scalp, or Scrofulous affections, the " Discov
ery" is the only remedy so certain that it
can be guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or
cure, in every case, you have your money
For a perfect and permanent cure for
f.t. .U T V t. V. V. f U T 1
Its proprietors offer $.V)0 reward for aa
incurable case of Catarrh.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
JCST ONE NIGHT
Friday, February 17th.
Mr. CHARLES FROHMANS
Ltst Comedy Success,
"A JOY FOREVER,"
TTescTitea by the stronget comedy companv in
Ameiica, as seen for 150 niahtsio New
Yerk, 100 nights In Boston, 50
nights in Chicago.
Seats on sale at Harper hue pharmacy.
Prices $1.00. n, SOc and S5c.
Rurtis Opera House,
Sa'urday Eve., Feb. 18.
Engagement of . K. EMMET
and h:t perfect company in
Fritz in Ireland
A Promise that will be refilled.
The production in Pavenrort will he cttm
with the Nuse maroifieent coat arfl arenarv tha,
illntt.ated its sacceuf ol run in New 'York city.
Price Jl, 75c, 50c, 25c. Pe -t sile at Vlnke'e
Thursday morning. Te'ephoue No. 20.
J. E. Montrose, Mam
Wednesday, February 22.
SO Not ed Comedy Comedians 90
in tbe cast.
TTl . Kn.o, - a .l , .
i 1 1 u pprciai scenery ana
u.Tvuau,Mi uuaLrs lllfc'VUUCinie K 1 11 1 1 B1ZOU CifC -
trie street ear in full view or the audieDce.
boase drag stor- Monday. Feb. 20.
THE EIVEESIDE OAE
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not cas or saike; heavy steel body;
lare aah pan. .Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large nnmbcr of letters in possession of
tb mannfactnrers tndorsins th superiority of
the Kimhall Piano we mention the following well
known music!ars who have used and recommend
Pip. Tom.pno, SIR. 8arasat,
Max Alvary. Ovide Mnsin,
8 t Del Potnte. Behrens,
5ig. Arditi. P. S. Gilmore,
Emi) Fischer, A. D Novellis.
8ig. Perot). Kmll Liebllng,
fiie. Revelli. f 'has. Knnkel.
irmenune ae vera, w. u. K. eeeooecB
And many other prominent musicians of Bar.
ope and America.
Tbe piano tins Indorsed by the col'eeUvc
resins and authorities of the worid kit be found
'a large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
ana Portable pipe organs as well as wen as tbe
celebra ed Ballet Davit and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the warerooms of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
We are pleased to announce
that cur Spring etock of dress
goods are here and on our
counters, handsomer than
tver and a stack of them.
The best we can say of them is
that people are buying them
freely, buy yours early while
you have tirst choice.
Some Special Prices
Cashmeres 1 0 ceots.
Changeable Twills 25 cents.
Chaogeants, 35 cents, 40 inch.
Henrietta 46 in very desirable, 48c.
Pretty Checks, illuminated.
Serges and all the better fabrics.
While here examine the jJ
and elegant a880rtmeDt
foreign Sat-eena LawD8i 0t
gndies, 8a,1s, Mnll8)
Remember tbat Mr. Mrers ,
New York, will De wij
VVednesday and Thurgday
this week tcpergonallyi
duce his perfume at 6p.ci3
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cicars. All brands, -at tobacco.
Tbe score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1806 Second Avenue.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line ol Pipe, Brass Goods, Packiuj? Ho.
Fire Brick; Etc Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via lAJUt Moline, 111. I 112. 1 14 West Seventeenth et
Telephone 2063. j Telephone 1148. Rockitut
Residence Telaohon 1169
Is now located in hie new shop.
At" 324 Seventeenth Street
HP-Light shoea a specialty. Cppo,,te o;a
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprictoror of the Brady street
AB kinds of Cut Flowers constant on hano.
brcen Houses Flow.-Store-Oi;e
Mock from Central oath, the largestln Iowa. 3W Brady street. Favctport, I.
Bring a dray and a loaded .purse and carry off the
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Povider. No Ammoiia: NofAlum.
Used ic Mniicns of Homes--4c V -r t;