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THE AUGUS, MONDAY", APiilL, 24, 1893.
short visit to
are after more
or .-CITY CHAT.
Cliurch the Rainbow see
Thursday evening, admittance free.
See Mclliigh's line of bicycles.
Bargain week at Mclntire Bros1.
Efclry carriages at the Columbia.
' Charles McHugh for your bicycle.
Watch the Columbia add for che
! Anew line of bicycles just received
a Charles Mcllugh's.
. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lowrcy, of Chi
cago, are visiting in the city.
The $10 suit sale to be continued
aft Ihc M. & K. Read display ad.
The $10 6nit sale to be continued
aft the M. & K. Read display ad.
Spring fever cured by using Mon
rce'sTonic. Marshall" Fisher.
Th $10 suit sale to be continued
aft the M. & K. Read display ad.
The $10 suit sale to be continued
at theM.ufc K. Read display ad. ,
The $10 suit sale to be continued
si the M. & K. Read display -ad.
Wantcd-i-A good cook. Apply,' to
Mrs-W. A. Ross,.2626MoIine avenue
McCabe Bros, add 4,800 square
leet of floor space by their new addi
Mclntire Bror. are knihng prices
right and iitit a) Jheir advertisement
W. C. Galvin, of
is in the city on a
scans McCabe Bros.
Read the Columbia's new announce
ment. Some special inducements
Ladies' belts 5c, challies 4Jc,
jinghams 4Jc at Mclntire Bros'.,
while they last.
Steamboat Inspectors George B.
rpp and Charles F. Yeager, of Du
buque, are in the city.
J. II. Kane and wife, formerly of
tiis city, now of Chicago, spent Sun
day with tri-city .friends.
Frederick Wagner, formerly of thi
ty and now located in Chicago, is
ere calling on old friends.
For rent A saloon and dwelling
Sn good location. Apply at Fifth
street and Third avenue.
Ladies call and see the new goods
3t Sutcliffe's. No need to say much,
it is the price that will do all the
Hugs To increase business Sniyr
aa. rugs will be sold 25 per cent less
at McCabe Bros, than you can buy
Pksait to take, absolutely pure,
-act aiharmf ul ingredient in Monroe's
Tonic. Doctors prescribe it try it.
Marshall & Fisher.
Mrs. J. E. Montrose and daughter,
Mrs. George P. Rinn. arrived from
Chicago last night. The latter will
Tisit herea short time.
Special values this week at Mcln
tire Bros', in dress goods, embroid
eries, notions, children's lace caps,
shenille curtains, etc.
McCabe Bros, are again about to
nlarge their store and again this
week they quote prices which are
wrr to enlarge their business to cor
rspond. McCabe Bros', millinery depart
ment . will be enlarged, double, the
business must be doubled. Still
smaller profits shall help to enlarge
The W: C. T. U. will hold an im
rortant meeting at the Christian
chapel at 3 o'clock tomorrow aftpr
aor ru The attendance of all mem
bers is desired.
You will make a mistake if vou do
Mot have a talk with Charles Mcllngh
if u are looking for an Al bicvcle.
He will explain the merits of the best
Well, yes, SutclitTe comes to the
front with one of the largest and
nicest stocks of wall paper ever
lirouht to the city and at prices
ihat will rav vou to ro and investi
James F. Hughes, of Cleveland,
Ohio. auditor of the Brush
company, is at the Harper. Mr.
Hnghes'had a suit of -clothes stolen
Irom him on his way down from Chi
rago last night.
Wanted at once A few good men
women to take orders at Rock Isl
Mid. Moline and Davenport. Salary
r commission. Mrs. Phillips' board
ing house, 229 Sixteenth street. Call
to 10 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.
A force of men is engaged in ex
Sending the Seventh avenue switch
oo the Tower line around on to Sev
nteeth street, in order that the cars
ioth ways may always be kept in
aight of each other on big days.
F. P. Hitchcock, United States
marshal for the Northern District of
Illinois, has tendered his resignation.
This is the office for which ex-Sheriff
T. S. Silvis is the strongest and most
prominent candidate, and his nianv
friends are looking for his appoint
ment within a few days.
Messrs. W. B. Myers, Otto Huber,
John D. Cady, C. P. Skinner and
John Van Patten, acting as a com
mittee, have issued invitations for a
tri-city dancing party at the Knights
of Pythias hall, this city, next Fri
Lost At the First M. E. church
yesterday afternoon a pocketbook
containing a small sum of money and
valuable papers, on which the name
of A. H. Lambert appears. Finder
please return to Akgis office and re
At St. Louis next Wednesday noon
occurs the marriage of Ernest Wag
ner, of this city, and Miss Lina Link.
Mr. Wagner and his brothers Robert
and George, Jr., are now in St. Louis,
while Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Norris came
up frem Peoria Saturday evening and
spent Sunday with Mrs. Norris' par
ents, C. M. Williams and wife on
Sixth avenue. They expect to return
to Davenport shortly, where Mr. Nor
ris has accepted a position.
Rev. F. Lothringer and wife, of
Denison, Iowa, have arrived here in
the company of Mrs. S. M. Lothring
er, of this city. The newly married
couple will remain here a week to
visit friends, then extending their
bridal tour to Chicago, Tisiting the
A large number assembled at the
rooms of the Manhattan club on Sat
urday evening and witnessed several
athletic contests. The most inter
esting was the wrestling match be
tween Brown of this city and Moore
of Tipton, la., which was declared a
draw after the men had wrestled an
hour. It was an interesting exhibi
tion of skill and endurance, and was
enjoyed by all present.
Sutcliffe carries a larger stoek and
more different patterns and qualities
of wall paper than any other wall
paper dealer in the city. His wall
papers are more desirable because
every pattern and coloring is se
lected on account of its especial
fitness for the room intended. Good
wall paper has lasting beauty, artis
tic finish and gives satisfactory re
sults and prices for good wall paper
are no higher than poor goods where
quality is considered. Call and see
Sutcliffe's papers, get familiar with
them, find out new ideas about deco
ration, use the time of the clerks as
though it were your own. Make se
lections and have your work com
pleted before the rush.
The Peoria Journal has the follow
ing concerning the convict, Wilson,
taken off a R. I. & P. train at Cam
bridge the other night and for whom
Sheriff Gordon and Deputy Sheriff
Silvis were in waiting at Milan;
It will be remembered that some
thing like 10 days ago Sheriff Don
nelly of Fulton" county arrived in
Peoria with four prisoners on his
way to Joliet. One of the four,
George Wilson, hail been used as a
witness against two of the prisoners
and was with them, on his way to
Joliet to finish his term, which was
originally for one year. The story
of his escape has already been told.
He was allowed to come and go al
most as he pleased; and when
the way was left wide open
he fled. It appears that
Wilson has remained in the vicinity
of Peoria during all the time, and on
Wednesday Deputy Sheriff Berry re
ceived word that Wilson had been
seen in the neighborhood of Dunlap.
Word was sent along the line, and
that evening a telegram from the
sheriff at Cambridge, announced the
arrest of a man answering to the de
scription of Wilson. Deputy Sheriff
Ira DuBois left for Cambridge yester
day, and when he returned last even
ing he brought Wilson with him.
Sheriff Donnelly arrived in Peoria
this morning, anil with handcuffs on
Wilson took him back to Lewiston,
where he will place him on exhibi
tion till such time as it may be
deemed safe and proper to once again
chance a trip to Joliet.
The Mary Morton passed up.
The Verne Swain was in and out as
The Abner Gile came down with
five strings of logs and two of lum
ber. The stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 12:20, and
the temperature was 47.
With many persons it would be a
great gain to health if they would
walk to and from their places of
business in preference to Tiding.
It is not always safe to be too con
fident in your assertions, even to an
ignorant man, for he may get the
better of you in an argument.
After a year's trial in the St. Pan
eras vestry district of London, mu
nicipal electric lighting has proved a
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Used in Mil'iona of Hemes 40 leara the Standard.-
T OOK A T THE
Cv- k S1ZS of tho cr-
fci-US A dinary pill.
p ' 5 1 Think of ell tho
jyl ? f 1 trouble and dia-
r'As 1 V . 1 1 turbanoo that it
l viVZvI causes you.
Wouldn't y o a
thing easier to
take, and easier
in its ways, if
at the same time
I. AiA Tim more
eoodf That is the case with Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellet. They're the smallest in
siSTthe mild in action, but the most
thorough and far-reaching in result They
follow nature's methods, and they give help
that last: Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious
Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches, and all
derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels
are promptly relieved and permanently cored.
" If we cant cure your Catarrh, no matter
how bad your case or of how lone; standing,
WU ray yon in cah. That is what
is promised by the proprietors of Dr. Sag
Catarrh Remedy. Doesnt it prove, better
than any words could, that this is a remedy
that cures Catarrh I Costs only 50 cent.
JLR YOU IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent room?
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a hnase
Want to exchange anything
Want te sell household goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
VSS THESE COLUMNS.
Thr daily akgi s delivered at yocr
door every evening for 124c per week.
YOCR WALL PAPER CAN BE CLEANED
and made to look freh ad new. Save
money by getting it rleaned by W. M. Kecsc, 513
Kock Island street, Davenport.
A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM OR A FUR
niched house to rent to conple without
children. Best of references required and given .
Address, M. K., care Carrier No. 3
WANTED GENTLEMEN OR LADY
agents. Position permanent and good
pny. Address Mrs. Ida M. Seidell, Davenport,
la., branch office. Manager Madame Wright's
ANTED. FAITHFUL GENTLEMAN OR
ladv to assist in office. Position permanent.
Hailway fare advanced here if engaged. Enclose
reference and self-addrcsed stamped envelope.
THE NATIONAL, 23 MtVicket'a Building,
To the Management of the
Bnrtis Opera House,-
DA VEX PORT,
MONDAY EVE., APRIL 24TIL
The Distinguished Tragedians,
Warde and James,
la a Superb Production of Sbakcspear's
Mr. Warde as Iago, Mi. James as Othello.
37 PEOPLE 37
Prices S1.50. 1.00. 75 arid 50 certs. Scat sale
at Fluke's Thursday, AprlliOth. Telephone o.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
is still furnishing their lady customers with
at f 1.50 per box.
Call and investigate concerning the meiits of
the new remedy which is gaining favor so rapidly.
Remember the place
Room 15, Dittoe Block. Davenport, corner
Third and Brady.
-House Raising and Moving-
Raising brick buildings especially!
AddresstE- A. ROUNDS,
1515 Sevanth Avenne. Box 121.
This represents the
Best Ming Mine
ON TITE MARKET. A
It has more rubbing eu.face
than ai.y oth- r, works very easy
and with it thf washing of a
large family can be turned out
bright anC c!enn i two ,' hours.
Call ar.d t xamine the Queen of
washers. Sold only by .
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
EMBROIDERIES for this week.
Lot 1 Embroideries work 1 inch to 3 inches
patterns choice and desirable.
Lot J Embroideries work 1 inch to 3 inches
Either of the above lo's are usually sold for 30c
to 40c more.
LOT 1 Illnminated wool suitings for this sale
Lot 2 Henrietta?, -8 inch, silk finish, co'ors,
a rare bargain.
Lot 3 Dress lanncls, doable fold,
For this rale only: bat one dress pattern to a
in Serges, wide Flannel'. Twills. Mixtures,
mentioned below f,,r il,:
they last: h'? w
Challies, prettv stvloj
(iinghams, good ntu.
And better ones.
Here are two grout , n .,
chenille curtains. '
Lot 1 Fringe top an.l htt
dado top an.l bottom L-
ivi mis sale onlv
$3.75 PER PAIi:.
Lot 2 Fringe top an.l bUnn .
dado top and bottom. a
you are often aked' KG ;1'
for this sale only ' :
Save money ly buying of . T.
week will be a prlin.ft.m i"'
dry goods in all departaV
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Stere and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tinest brands of domestic
and imported cicars. AH brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
KEEP YOUR EYES ON
The Columbia :
If you want to save money. We arc here to stay, an.l ,.
prices and spot cash is going to keep the bargain euiip.trr
A large lot of chenille curtains at the lowest price cv.-r
heard of, three yards long and fifty inches wide, with fan.y
fringe on top and bottom with rich dado at bottom and tup f,,r
$ 3.98 as long as they last.
On Tuesday morning we will place 500 ladies, belts on
from 5 to 25c each, worth fiom 15c to f 1.25 each This 5 an
entire line of jobbers and are very cheap, this lot contain
canvas, leather and beaded velvets.
Six dozen dowel tubes. No. 1 at 45e, No. 2 at 40e, and N . o
at 35. Wash Boards 7c each. Your grocer asks from 75c t .
1 for the same goods.
Closing out our line of baby buggies at rock bottom price.
Base balls from 5c up. Hammocks from 5Sc up. Kishinr
poles fiom 15c up.
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .4. v.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is row locatcdjin his new building at the corner of Fifthjaveuue
J m. CHRISTY,
KISOFiCTDEEB OF CBJCKERS 1KD
Ask Yonr Orocer for Them.
Tee Christy "Otsteb" ata Chrry "Wro.
In spite of the miserable weather our opening last Saturday
proved a marvelous success; everyone seemed delighted with the new
store, the new styles, and of course our always existing Low Prices.
It was equally gratifying to us to again greet our many friends and note so many who had actually
inconvenienced themselves in order to favor us by awaiting the opening of our New Clothing
Store. The only regret we have is that we were unable to serve all owing to the big rush. We
have therefore decided to continue the
in order that everyone may have an equal opportunity to snpply themselves with a handsome
spring outfit at a nominal cost.
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 8econd Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street The Old Stand
Shoe Store 1804 S ecorid Avenue, Stcond door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.