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THE AEGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 18ia.
Corset saie at ttie Columbia.
Ladies vests 4c up at the Colum
bia. ' - -
Soap 82 bars of soap for $ 1 at
II. P. Stoddard, of Edgington. was
in the city today.
All kinds of fresh vegetables al
ways on hand at Hess Bros.
Make jour home look beautiful
with some attractive paper fromlSut
cliftVs. Underbuy, undersell, spot cash is
what is dointr the business at the Co
lumbia W. II. Edelman, of les Moines,
is in the city on a visit to old friends
Are vou feeling eranky and knock
ed out? Monroe's tonic will cure you.
Marshall & Kisher.
'Where am I at?" If not you
should be at Marshall & Fisher's buy
ing a bottle of Monroe's tonic.
Miss Tripp's evening dancing class
gives its closing party at the Stand
ard club rooms Thursday evening of
Capt. and Mrs. Robert Koehler
leave for California the latter .part of
the week for the benefit of the cap
Kev. H. C. Marshall and wife and
Miss Birdie La 11 in have gone to
(jniney to attend the state Sunday
Capt. A. J. Whitney left this morn
ing for Ibibuijue to begin work on
his government contracts in the Mis
sissippi near that point.
A wedding, the contracting parties
to which are well known throughout
the city, will ! solemnized on lower
Fourth avenve next month.
At the resilience of J. A. Le Claire.
Jr.. last evening occurred the mar
riage of Miss Alice Le Claire to Ed
ward W. Clark, of Chicago.
Yes. vou can !uv cheap paper very
cheap, but vou cannot buy good pa
per as cheap as SutclilT'e is offering.
Call and see his new assortment.
Kcmcmbcr Sulci! ffc is doing the
business in the wall paper trade.
His goods are new and lirst class
and his prices hav :evcr been ijuc
tioned. tin to Siitclill'c's.
Collector Iiuford state?, that the
contractors for the paving of Fourth
avenue will allow a discount of o per
cent on all payments made-in full in
accordance with the specir-.l assess
ment before June 1.
It is understood the part the ladies
are to take in the next school election
in liock Island i not to be confined
to suffrage or to work at the polls,
but that nothing short of representa
tion on the ticket will suffice.
The tri-city ladies in charge of the
arrangements for the proposed par
ties at the Tower this season decided
this morning to carry out the plans
originally contemplated. and the lirst
partv will take place on the evening
of May -JJ.
Ora. the infant son of J. II. Kan
son and wife, died at its parents"
home. l;V'7 Fourth avenue at lo
o'clock this morning of lung fever,
aged in months and days. The re
mains will probably betaken to Coal
Valley for burial. -
II. W. Kiess. formerly of Hock Isl
and, but more recently located at
Fort lkiley. Kan., pas-ed through
Hock Island today on his way to New
York, where he accepted a position
near the harbor, which will reijuire
his residence there hereafter.
A. horse belonging in Staassen's
livery stable ran Out of the barn to
day as he was being hitched up and
took a lively run out Fifteenth street
to Seventh avenue, where he was af
terward caught. Luckily no one
was injured or much damage done.
The attractions of the May number
of the Century magazine are so great
that II. Crampton & Co. have already
disposed of a second supply in addi
tion to their full regular order, and
it may be that they will have to or
der more yet to meet all demands.
II. C. Harris has received the sad
intelligence of the deatii of his only
grandchild, at Sedalia. Mo. The
Tittle one. Vera May, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles T. Harris expired
vesterday of whooping cough and ca
pillary bronchitis, aged 1 year and 11
Col. (ieorge F. Kobenson left for
Chicago this noon, where he has ar
ranged for the purchase of the con
trolling interests in the Mock Island
Car Journal Lubricator plant. Col.
Kobenson expects to assume active
charge of the works here within a
Dan Daly was badly bitten by a
vicious dog in the alley between Sev
enteenth and Eighteenth streets this
morning, while removing a barrel of
offal. Mr. Daly at once went to
Thomas' drug store, where the
wound, which was found to be a very
ugly otic, was cauterized.
James Connors, brother of the
world famous" Tom Connors, the
wrestler, and who is sojourning in
the city, will go against "Farmer"
Burns on the carpet at the Manhat
tan tonight. There will be several
other interesting events, among them
an exhibition by Con Doyle, who is
in training here for his fight with
Williams, the Chicago colored pugi
list. Al Frey met with a very painful ac
cident on Sunday evening. He was
riding down Moline avenue near the
Brooks crossing on his bicycle when
a connection rod broke and lie took
a header that landed him in such a
manner that it was feared his arm
had been broken. On examination
by medical attendants it was found
he had sprained both arms so that he
will be laid up for some lime.
' At the meeting of the Kodnian
Ritles last evening Capt. H. A. Mc
Donald formally declined his re-election
to the captaincy of the company
and as a consequence another elect ion
will necessarily be held. The com
pany also decided to accept the in
vitation from Kev. F. W. Merrcll, of
the First M. E. church, to attend ser
vices Mav 2S. and also the invitation
of the ;.A. K. post to participate in
Memorial day exercises.
Manager Huntoon. of the Central
Telephone- exchange, is pursuing a
very unreasonable ami generally un
satisfactory course by insisting that
all calls to" the central office be made
by number. The system is not suc
cessful in liock Island and never has
been, and managers before Mr. Hun
toon's day have found it out. The
operators are much more apt to
make mistakes in confounding num
bers where the sound is similar ami
causingi confusion than they are
where names are given. Manager
Huntoon has not popularized him
self in the least by this attempted in
novation in the way of telephone
.Obituary: At Burliniiton. Vt., Uishop W.
II. A. Hissell; at (Jalcna, Ills.. Mrs. Alar
pa ret Huhens, aped ".; years; at Nundn,
Ills., D. C. Mallory, aged K!, the oldest Odd
Fellow in the stat'i.
The Chinese povernmont is said to have
decided to deport all Americans from China
in case the Cvnry law excluding Chinamen
from the United States is carried into ef
fect. Two members of the Salvation army ar
rested at Sioux City have confessed that
they belong to a panji of counterfeiters.
According to a Washington rumor Baby
IJuth may soon have to surrender a por
tion of the White House nursery to an ex
Before he saiied for home P.iderewski
sent a check for $5'.K) to the fund for erect
inp a Polish monument in Chicago.
Georpe I-izotte and his wife, the latter a
niece of Justice Harlan, have been on a
weddinp tour ever since their marriage in
ls'Jl. They like the life, and say they may
continue it as lonp as they live. Thus far
thev have traveled 57.00.) miles, and have
visited almost every town of any size in
QAn explosion of pas in the mine of the
Lincoln (Ills.) Coal company fractured the
skull of Joseph Pape, and injured several
others. Went into the mine with naked
lamps apainst the rules.
Chief Arthur has filed his answer to the
.jOO,(mio damape suit; apainst him by the
Ann Arbor railway. He admits nothing
except that the brotherhood has a boycott
rule and denies every allegation made by
The broad of directors of the Chicago
Columbian National bank have resolved
to resume business at an early date. Pres
ident Dwipgins says that the statements
published to the effect that the business
done by the bank was not regular are
false. A narional bank, he says, cannot be
run on wind.
The United States treasury will this week
destroy $15J,U0(,(MK of unissued bonds.
President and Mrs. Cleveland have taken
possession of their summer residence near
Nearly all the saloons at Muscatine, la.,
have been closed by injunctions. No clew
to the dynamitards.
The bank of North Queensland, Aus
tralia, with deposits of over 42,000.000 has
suspended. It bad a capital paid up of
over 35.000.000. The Commercial Bank
ing company, of Sydney, has also sus
pended. A female Dick Turpin is operating at
New York. Her latest attempt was on a
man whom she choked nearly to death be
fore he could rverp wer her.
Swift on tlie Terre Haute 1'ogtntTlce.
Indian AltUS, May 10. Lucius B. Swift,
editor of the Civil Service Chronicle, who
has been in Terre Haute to investigate the
conditions which brought about the trouble
in the postoflice there, has returned to this
city. He says the situation there is fully
as bad as has been described and the civil
service laws have been violated with impu
nity. Mr. Swift and W. 1). Foulke have
prepared a report of their observations ia
the matter, which will be sent President
Cleveland and to Postmaster General Bis
seil. . K3 r:
Distance Lends Enchantment.
Maud had a line ligure, good face
and prettv name. One should see
her at a distance. When she began
to talk, you realized that . she never
use Sozodont. Her breath was un
like the breezes of Araby" the blest.
Curd of Thanks.
Mrs. Emma E. Eberhart and fami
ly desire to return their thanks to
their friends for their exceeding
kindness during their recent afflic
tion in the death of their loved one.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Xo Ammonia; No Aluni
-Osei in Millions of Hemes 40 t-ait)trje tandard.-
Yi .iit IiKlcct!!
-Do you propose
Spatts Well, what other object would
I have in proposing? Vogue.
ABOVE EVERYTHING ELSE,
Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical
Discovery purifies the blood
By this means, it reaches,
builds up, and invigorates
every part of the system.
For every blood-taint and
'disorder, and for every dis
ease thnt conies from an inac
tive liver or impure blood, it
is the only remedy so sure
and effective that it can be
If it fails to 1 lenefit or cure,
you have your money back.
Thiwa diseases are many.
They're different in form, but
they're like in treatment.
House up the torpid liver into
healthful action, thoroughly
purify and enrich the blood,
und there's a ixisitive cure.
The "Discovery" does this,
as nothing els? c in. Dvs;epKia, Indigestion,
Hiliousness; all Bronchial, Throat, ami Lung
AlFections ; cverv form of (Scrofula, even
Consumption (or Lung-scrofula) in its ear
lier stages; and the most stubborn Skin
and Scalp Diseisus, are completely cured
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want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
fWant a eervant gnl
Want to wit a farm
Want to pell a nonce
Want to exchange mottling
Want tc ell household eooiis
Want to make any real estate luan
Wart to sell or irade for anything
Want to tind customers fur anything
I SK THESE COLUMNS.
T1HR DAILY AfcGUS DELIVERED ATYOCR
floor evtr evening iur ik-r wi-i-.
CJITCATION WANTED BY YOL'Nti MAK
O liednim. Address C S. J., cure Argus.
VIANTED SUCCESSFUL CANVASSER
VV vunlified to hanrMa general atrency. Salary
from etart. Heat references required. Hive
ace. L:ike Ontario Nurseries', KochrMi r, N. Y.
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duns in chtt town and city: cninnii:-iin or
llUi r.ll Mlliirv ,t nuttiP. iiii rvm: u'ip.
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WorK. E?k l U rri LTflik Miivx 'ixitiv n'i"'j
(iromntly. Ell auger A i:irry, V.t. Hope nuiser
les. IkGcbctt r. N. .
I J E.rMontrose. Manager.
ONE XKiHT ONLY.
Wednesday Eve., May 17th,
Special I'liiMpri'mt'iit f i ho well known anil
I'ttpuhir Irish comedian
-Murray and Mack-
-in their latest s-ucces
Our Irisli NeigiilMs.
Suiqorted by a company of Comedians, Sing
ers, Dancers and America t tirea'cft
Seethe Mitchell anil Corhctt rm test acd the
side splitin liurlcsquc Circus. Don't miss this
funny niuht. Under the sole t npt n ision of Mur
ray and Stuck.
Prices $1.10, 7T, 50 and 25 cent?: secure seats
in advance .
urtis Opera House,
WKEK ( OM M KXCIXl.
MONDAY. MAY 22.
The musical event of the season the
10 People 40.
In repertoire of grand and comic operas. Com
pltte orchestia. Splendid chorusen.
Usual prices, Cotnntatlon books of 13 Mckets
5f for best Heats, sale opera w eunescav morn
ing. May 17, at ritike'i'. 'telephone No. ao.
ALSO QUICK MEAL
' Headquarters to
1S15 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
ALL THIS WEEK.
One Case, 1,000 yards, eile
sias, worth up to 20 cents a
yard, for this sale
Fine goods just from the
mills. Bay what you will
need this summer now, one
to five yards in each piece
' it kings,
This is your .
these thiDgs tii-.-i,.
Sptcial onviir.L: j,
kid gloves that tj;,
pay $1 fo- at
Look at that p.j,- as?a5
09c Only a:, :0.,n y.A
1 li 1 l!- i.aJ
Prices Lower than ever.
1"V 1 1 1 1
sweeping Keauction, sucn as we make m prices
oi hrst class goods heretolore unknown:
Corsets All Week.
Duly Moinlav. Tm'silav, ''liifil:iy.
French trij summer -tets
French strip in ecru .Tc
French r-trip in gray 37e
Corset waists (solil !y others for
si. iV)) s;ic
All the above are t lie eclclratel
H. kV J. corsets manufacture"! at
Jackson. Mich., ami we guaran
tee that there is no better cor
set in the market for the monev.
I-ailies" Jersey riim
l,alies" Jerse 1 i 1
I -ail ies" .Jersey i'i n !
Lailies" fancy ;
gaugn (fast I I r
Lalics" black h-.
Men's heavy Km k l t - k-
' fancy stripe h.-.-
fancy scant !- !. ....
liig job lot of Men's Over and Umler Shirts at less than !!!
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the lVneft brands of domestic
and imporwd citarp. All brands of tobacco.
The ecore of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. QLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
F G YOUSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and DispensiDg Pharmacist
J.9 row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth avenue
and Twentythird street.
J. m CHRISTY,
HmOflCTOREB OF CRACKERS iT.
At k Your Grocer for Them.
The Chriety "Otstkb" and C'hrif J "Wire
Elegance of Style
AND PERFECTION OF. FIT-
That's what you get when you buy your Spring outfit at the
No such lines of Novelties were ever shown in Rock Island,
our stock of Nobby styles in Boys and Children's Novelties
has no comparison in this vicinity.
Everything New. No Old Stock.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County.
UlotniDg orore I7y Second Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street Tfce Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1604 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.