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THE AUGUS, ATUUl)Ai FiilJUSU lvx 18, 1893.
Temple quartette tonight.
Temple quartette tonight.
Fire out sale at the London .
Fire out sale at the L Mid on.
Red and blue gloves at Bennett" it.
Fire sale still continues at M. & E.
Cora 50.2 at Cools', Eighteenth street.
Fire! Firet Fire oat sale at the Lon
don. Twenty thousand dollars to loan by
Spring gloves at Bennett's in all the
Carpets at wholesale a ad retail at C'em-
ann & Salzmann a.
O. O. Huckstaedt bas the fiiestline of
bedroom suits in the city.
W. H. Webster, of Milwaukee, is visit -
ins with friends in the city.
The "Railroad Ticket" will be the next
attraction at Harper's theatre.
It Will pay you to patronize the "intel
ligence column1 of The A sous.
The fire sale at M & K. will continue
until the ehtire stock is sold out.
M. & K. will continue their fire sale un
til the entire stock is closed out.
The "Rilroad -Tieket" at Harper's
theatre next Wednesday evening.
Parties in search of desirable building
jots will do well to call on Reidy Bros.
The London always undersell under
and all circumstarces. - 1 'rice and see.
Stop in and see Clemann & Salz'
mann's stock of carpets and furniture.
Ladies, remember the Foster lace
gloves 753 at Bennett's tw days only
Nice, new, sound, undamaged goods at
prices less than anywhere. The Ltd
inow is tne time to compare prices
when others pretend to sell cheap. Tne
Mrs. T. C. Burns, of Dubuque, is
penilng a tew days visiting, with Rick
Spring is tear, -and probably you
would l.ke ti bui!d See Huesing be
fore you purchase.
Just now nice, new fresh goods
cheaper than d imaged good. Trice and
see. The London.'
If winter don't get a move on itself
pretty soon, it may find itself lingering
in me lap ci spring.
George White lert yesterday for New
York, being called thence by the serious
illness of his brother.
Henry Carse and C.F. Gaetjer returned
this morning from St. Louis, where they
bad been on business.
Keidy Bros, have 200 pieces of
snoice property which will be sold on
very reasonable terms.
But your carpets at G.O Hucketaedt's.
He has them in endless variety at prices
that others cannot bay them for.
Miss Farry Arden. of Paris. Tex., ar.
rived in the city vesterday on -a visit of
several weeks to mends in and about the
You can get a good . And .first class
baby carriage at G. O. Huckstaedt's
cheaper than any other place in the
J. F. Grindell, formerly clerk at the
Rock Island house, now trayeling for an
Oihkosh furniture house, is in the the
Hon. Bil' Pajne was greeting his
friend in the city yesterday, having
come home from Springield Tor Sun :ay
o journ .
The time for holdin 2 the city election
is coming on ap ice, and candidates for the
various offices are beginning to show
Mayor McConochie giyeB as a excuse
for being a candidate for re-election that
he wan's to be the world's fair major
of Hock Island.
The firs sale of the M & K tiday
brought out the great -st crowd of the
season. It proved a veritable rush and
crush, it being necessary to close the
doors several times during the diy.
Youcg men are cordially invited to at
tend the Y. M. C. A. at 8:80 p. m. to
morrow. Rev. F. W. Merrell will speak
upon the topic; "The Secret of Success,"
and the association quartette will sing.
The Women's Relief corps give an en
tertainment and supper at G. A. H. ball
on tie evening of Thursday, Fe. 23 A
flie programme will be pre enled and
a delicious supper served. All fh raid aid
the worthy cause.
Constable Louis V. Eckbart returned
this morning from Hope, Ark., having in
charge Mrs Baroara Seigrist. The un
fortunate lady is violently insane and whs
confined in the county jail pending a
hearing as to her sanity.
At Cleveland, Oaio, this week, the
Bock Island Gas company held its elec
tion of officers, the old ones being all
chosen except B E. Sunny, who was se
lacted as secretary in place of W. H.
Judge, resigned. R H. MacMullen be
ing chosen as superintendent in place of
the same gentleman.
An exchange says that daociug makes
girls feet large. It also says that ice
cream produces freckles. Doctors are of
the opinion that hanging on the front
gate produces rheumatism. The girls are
truly grateful that if these pleasures are
denied tbem they are ami allowed to clean
house and wash dishvs.
The famous Temple quartette gave a
toncert in Davenport last night. Mr C.
4. Da'zMl. president of the lecture course
i that city, says the quartette is superior
to the Scbuberts or Lotus Glee club,
which have both appeared thcre.and that
Fy Dvis. ihe reader, i exception
al y rhie. You will miss it if you fail to
hear trie Temple tonight at Harper's the
atre. A few good seats left.
A young ma a got on the froct end of
Elm street mo or car 15. east bound, at
Second avenue and Sixteenth street yes
terday afternoon, and in attempting ta
kick a dog that was running along, he
lost his halanc ) and fell, barely escaping
being ground oeneath the wheels. He
was bidly frig it?ned after his fall and
then relitved himself by abusing the
motornun, with no canse whatever.
T. H Thorn is has been fortunate in
securiog a successor to bis popnlar pre
scription clerk, Caarles Bit ties, who's
aoout to tmiak in Molina on bis own
account. Oscar At-pelquitt formerly
wun Mr. 1 Hon. as. but who during the
past eigi.t norths bas been perfecting
nimseir la pba-ncacy in Chicago. hs ac
cepted toe dos tion and will return t-i
Rock Island in a short time to assume
his duties relieving Mr. Battles. Oscar's
m my friei ds v ill be rejoiced to know
mat ne is coming back.
Several important improvements in the
way of buildini-s will probably come with
the advent of spring. Feter Fries will
renoilel his building at Second" ave
nue and Nine'eenth street, m itrtng the
improvement cover the ground now occu
pied by the bu Iding used by E. G Fra-
ztr. lbe coubmed structure will be
eyen more extensive than heretofore
mentioned in the Akgcs and will likely
be occupied by Bowlby's music store on
tbe first flaor, with a conservatory of mu
sic on the secoad floor, while the upper
story will be used for offices. It will
probably be provided with an elevator
and other ntci-asary modern improve
Another improvement that will be im
portant in its way and a source of pride
to the citizens :n the east end ss well as
to the ci y gem rally, wi!l be the comple
tion of the do:ne of Augustana college
that will be done the coming summer.
James G. Blaine III is ill of scarlet fever
at New York.
General Roeli? BrinkerhofT. of Mans
field, O., will mir-ceed the late ex-President
Hayes as president of the National Prison-
era' Aid society.
Rich seams of coal have been discovered
on the line of the Caraqnet railway, New
Charles Schleigbt, a liquor dealiT at
Hamtramck, a suburb of Detroit, shot
bimself fatally on being threatened with
arrest for non-pt yment of his liqnor tax.
Ex-Governor K M. Bishop, of Ohio, who
bas been sick at Jacksonville, Fla., for a
month past, is dying.
Eleanor Sprons the last of three frneal
maiden sisters v ho lived on a Lawrence
county, i'a. , farni.died at Petersburg about
three weeks ago, aged 70. Upon looking
up ner property r.here was found in a cov
ered tin pail beMlnd a flour barrel in the
kitchen nearly $f ,000 in bills. In the cellar,
in a barrel, was 11,800 in gold and 1800 in
Scheeler Qaillf n and John Evrinar. rail
road laborers, fought with pistols near
Catlettsburg, Ky., over a girl. Ewing was
shot five times, and as he expired fired two
bullets into Quitlan's abdomen, wounding
At Remsen, la , Nicholas Lane Rhot and
killed John Neisbwander, a farmer. An
old feud was the cause. Lane eloned with
Neishwander's adopted daughter about a
Fish in the Illinois river are dvinir b
thousands, there beiug no ventilation on
account of the ic e with which the river is
covered. This er ables the Peoria distillery
refuse to do deadly work among the fishes.
Kev. sl.. M. uut well, leader of the Chris-
tian science people at Beatrice, Neb., has
been indicted for illegally practicing the
ueaung arc,, l nc case will le in a measure
a trial of the reality of Christian science
Governor Tilln.an. of South Carolina, is
kicking against the laws of the United
States as expounded by the United States
judges in that section. The governor's
sheriffs have levi.-d on railway property in
the hands of the United States courts and
that in defiance f the court "s commands.
Several sheriffs are consequently under
arrest. The governor tells them to grin
and bear it, as it shall cost them nothing.
In the meantime he will appeal to the
L nited States supreme court.
Those who aspire to ofFn have becun
making the fact l.nown to Judge Gresham
and bis mail is full of applications.
The managers of the "Bonanza" mines
will look into tie feasibility of pumping
tne water out ol Uie loner Irvelt, of t hose
mines and resuming operations therein.
The upper levels iiave been worked out.
rublie rrinter rlmcr' Wife Dead.
Washington. 1'eb. 18. The wifnf pk
lie Printer Palmt r died last eveninor nftot
an illness of two weeks. She was one of
the most nnniiljir wrmitm nt tVio otm;,;.,
tration circle. The funeral will be held
here on Monday. Interment in Graceland
Farneintes Don't Like the Bill.
DlULI.V, Feb. & United Ireland, Par
nellite orgab. exp -esses the opinion that the
new home rule bi l is inferior to the hom
rule bill of lhN'i. vhich Mr. Parnell did not
regard as a complete settlement.
Tie Beit Life Folic.
It's not the totittti) plan, or endowment ulan, or
ten years' renewable plan. It'? not adding yaur
lew dollars to the hundreds of millions that the
insurance companies boast of. It a better in
vestment than any o' these. It is investing a few
dollars in the sMrdard remedy, the Go'.den
Medical Discover j," a cure for consumption, in
us earlj stages, and nil throat and lung troubles
A Penny Saved Is Two-pence Earned.'
A little SOZOnOVT nsi rioht innD
every day, costs but little trouble and is
i , .
pieasanv always, ii svrB years of suf
fering from diseased gums and teeth in
later days. Its use is economical of time
and comfort Ue SOZODONT.
The 'axes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to tbe undersigned at Hurst
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
block. Please brinir vour lust tnr'i to
ceipt. which will enable tbe collector to
nna your description on the tax books.
William J. Gamble,
Order Yoor Ice or Spenee.
Rock Island, Jan. 81. This is to nc
tify the public that I have cut good sup
ply of good pure ic and that I am not in
any combination. I am cow ready to
make contracts for the coming season and
would respectfully solicit a reasonable
oue ui patronage.
William T. francE.
408 Forty-second strtet
Will be paid fo' the return to Trinitw re
tory of the eyeglasses which wtre pfeked
up in toe Back yard.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia: No Mum.
Used in ??Tiens of Homes jr V-ars th :arti
V 1 . .
comes, no matter how
dark the clouds are, when
ue woman vrno is borne
down by woman's troubles
turns to l)r. 1'ierce's Fav
orite Prescription. If her
life is made gloomy by the
chronic weaknesses, deli
cate derangements, and
painful disorders that af
flict her sex, they ere com
pletely cured. If snes
overworked, nervous, or
" nin-down," she has new
life and strength.
" Favorite Prescription"
is a powerful, invigorating
tonic and a soothing and
purely vegetable, perfect v
harmless. It regulates and promotes all the
proper functions of womanhood, improves
digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches
ana pains, enncs rejresning sleep, and re
stores health and vigor. For every " female
complaint" ana aisturnanoe, it is tne only
remedy so sure and unfailing that it can be
If it doesut benefit or cure, you have your
Rurtis Opera House
Saturday Eve., Feb. 18.
Engagement of . K. EMMET
and h's perfect conpaay la
A Promise that will be l- nlfllled.
The production In Pavenrort wl'J be given
with the same magnificent cart ard scenery that
illuBt.ated its succetf ol run in New Tork city.
Trices $1. 75c 50c, 25c. Fe 4 sale at Fluke's
Thursday morning. Te'ephonc No. 20.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Wednesday, February 22.
2( Noted Comedy Comedians SO
in tbe ca?t.
Elaborately staged with ppfcisl scenery and
irechaniral ehVcifs intirdticinp afull sized elec
tric etreet car tn Jiill view ol the audience.
Frieei tl. Tic, 50c, 25c; feaU en sale at Harper
house drug stora Monday, Feb. 20.
THE RIVERSIDE 0AE
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not gas or smoke; heavy steel body;
lare ash pan. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Fav r of the
Fron a large number of letters in posscteion of
the manufacturers indorsing the tnperiority of
the Kimhall Piano we mention the following well
known mueic'acs who have oaed and recommend
Adelina Patti, Sig. Tompno, Sig. Sarasata,
Lllli Lehman, Max Alvary. Ovide Murln,
Minnie Rank, 8g Del Pntnte. C. Bebrens,
Mme. Albanl. Sig. Arditi, P. S. Gilmore,
Mme. Nordica. Emil Fischer, A. D Novellia.
Furacn-Madi, Big. reroti. Emil Liebling
Mme. Fabri, Sir. Bevelli. Chas. Kanael,
Clementine de Vf re, W. C. E. Secboeck
And many ether prominent magicians of Eur
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the coKcetirt
renins and authorities of the world mav tx found
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Seed
and Portable pipe organs as well as well as the
celebra-ed Ballet & Davis and Emeraos pianos of
cheaper make, at tbe wareroomi of
1 ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
We are pleased to announce
that our Spring etock of dress
goods are here and on onr
counters, handsomer than
ever and a etack of them.
The best we can say of them is
that people are buying them
freely, buy yours early while
you have first choice.
Some Special Prices
Cashmeres i 0 cents.
Changeable Twills 25 cents.
Changeants, 35 cents. 40 inch.
Henriettas, 46 in. very desirable. 48c
Pretty Checks, illuminated.
Serges and all tbe better fabrics.
While here examine tlf ,
' and elecant '
foreign Sat'eens Lawn6
gaudies, Satinp, Mula rv!
i- ' Vui.-
Remember tbat Mr. Vra,
New York. w,
.. cuuuay and Thursday
. Flumes at spc:
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the flneM brands of dotrertfc
and imported cii-am. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe icore of all the ball garnet wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1W)6 Second Avenue.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Fipe, Brass Goods, Packiug Ho&e.
Fire Brick; Etc Largest and best equiDped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via HUjijisJ jtfoline, EL I 1 12. 1 14 West SeTanteenth r
Telephone 2063. Telephone 11 48. Rockna
Reldenoe Teletihone 1 169
Ii now lucated in hit new chop.
At' 324 Seventeenth Street
T.ighthoeia,peeiaty. Opp!t the 0M naJ
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprictoror of the Brady ttrcet
An kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand,
crcen Houses Flow.r:Storc
Oiii Mock from Central oark. the larsesttn Iowa. Wi Brady street. Paror.rrt, li
Now Open to All,.
. Bring a dray and a loaded purse and carry off the