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THE ABGTTS, FKIDAY, MAY 26, 1 8U3.
Strawberries at Souder & Son's
Big shoe sale. Head M. & K. ad
Ladies' Oxfords 89 cents at Dolly
Pineapples and strrwborries at He
Ladies' shoes 89 cents at Dolly
Chickens dressed to order at Hess
Misses' shoes 8;) cents at Dollv
Choice dairv butter, 20 cents
Ladies muslin underwear at th
Strawberries and pineapple
Nice bananas and oranges at
A nice line of fresh vegetable
A nice line of home grown vegeta
Idea at Passig's.
Blackberries, three cans for
cents at Pasig"s.
Bed Bose patent Hour 1
at William Pa-sig's.
A lull line of Iiome grown voire t a
bles at Smiilcr fc Sun's.
liasnberries and strawberries, 10
cents per can at Passig's.
You can find at W. A. Khlob's all
kinds of fresh vegetables.
If von are interested in dinner
notice Loosley's card, lifth page.
All small lots at greatly reduce
prices. Head M. & K. shoe sale ad
Immense sale of ladies" line shoe'
an. I Oxford tie-. Bead M. V K. ad
Anv gentleman's necktie in the
west window at the Columbia at 2
New household furniture for sal
at 8o 1 wcntv-fourth street. Call
Those patent leather princess
shoe, former price reduced to si
M. & K.
M. tV: K. o.-:i their big sale of la
dies' tine shoes and Oxford ties o
Do you wan i a set of the famou?
kneydopodia Britannica free? Bead
The Akui s.
Are you feeling crattkv and knock
ed out? Monive's tonic will cure vou.
Marshall A Fisher.
String fi-ans, wax beans, peas,
spinach, onions, radishes and lettuce
at Souder & Son's.
Di- e .i. ...
i-. r .-natron, ot .iirian. .Mien., is
in the city on a visit of a few week
to relatives and friends.
,'V i. . . - . ,
rume oi x ne prices nave neon re
duced oue-hallwand one-third hi"-
shoe sale at the M. & K.
All next week at the Columbia
lace curtains go at $..2.': $o.o0
laeojeurtains go at $1.5:).
I nomas sharp, of Texas, who for
merly resided here, is back calling on
old friends and relatives.
All odds and etuis S! cents in la
dies' and misses" shoes at Dollv Br
sale closing Saturday night.
m nere am i at. it not you
fhould be at Marshall & Fisher's buy
ing a bottle of Monroe's tonic
1) . . , V
. i osunasior nowar-i wens is again
unite seriously indisposed, thou-'h
he was feeling easier this morning.
Egg plant, wax beans, eauli ilower
tomatoes, t urnips. squash, cucumb
ers anil new potatoes at Hess Bros.
Wax beans. tring beans. pf-a. cu
cumbers, carrots, parsley, raiiislies.
asparagtjs and spinage at Buncher's.
All thoc tine foot form, patent
learners, an-i oronze eiotn top in
cluded in the big M. tfc K. shoe sale.
("reon gage plum. gg plums,
apricots ami Muscat grapes, 15 cents
per can at William lasig"s. succes
sor to L. Weefcel.
Heail lettuce, cm-nmbers. beets,
carrots, peas. tiing beans, wax
beans, tomatoes, asparagus and sign
age at W. A. Mulch's.
The side walks in Court Houe
square are being repaired and put in
safe condition, which was a much
It is reliably reported today that
the Davis Company will start' a co
operative business in plumbing and
steam fitting within a short time.
Chippiannock cemetery is being en
larged, more ground being added on
the north, which is being enclosed
with a fence that will correspond
with the old one. Chippiannock is
one of t he pret 1 iest burial places in
It is estimated that the subscrip
tions to the Aldine hotel in the three
cities will aggregate $i,000. There
is a movement on foot at present in
the three cities looking to the adop
tion of stringent measures with ref
erence to the imposition.
A Dubuque dispatchof the 25th
says: Tho specfal committee on the"
Chtfry Sisters outrage made an elab-
ate report to the city council last
night, censuring the police and the
manager of the Grand opera house.
The report was unanimously adopt
ed. It is understood the girls will
sue the city for $20,000 damages."
The post mortem examination on
the body of the late William F.
Wynes was made at. the vault in
Chippiannock cemetery yesterday
afternoon. Dr. C. C. Carter handling
the knife, he being assisted by Drs.
Truesdale, Bernhardi, Myers and
Asa. The jury was discharged pend
ing a report from the doctors, which
will probably not be made xmtil to
morrow. The United Pre shy teri-in Young
People's Christian union will give a
social at their church this evening.
Coffee, sandwiches, ice cream, lemo
nade and cake will be served in the
way of refreshments. There will al
so lit; on sale a line line of delicious
French candies. All entertaining
programme will be carried out dur
ing the evening. Bcf rcsdiiuent s from
0 to 10. Come one. come all.
William McKniry returned this
morning from his business trip to
Washington, where he went to secure
an extension of time on Capt. Whit
ney's contract for the Hennepin ca
nal construction. While in Wash
ington Mr. McKniry was shown
about by ex-Congressman Ben 1.
Cable, and he had the pleasure of
meeting the president and cabinet
ll'ieers and of visiting the depart-
ments'and other places of intere.-t.
(inv. Altgeld yesterday appointed
lo delegates to represent the state at
the interstate coal combination and
other unlawful trusts conference to
e heiit at V hieago June ;-. as ioi
lows: John P. Stcll. Mount Vernon;
lames M. Washburn. Marion; J. M.
riiompson. Joliet: S. S. Hovce
Hucklev; . i. Kggleston . 1 coria:
11. W. Clcndcnin. Springlield; George
1. Doving. Jacksonville; K. O. Brown,
Chicago: John W. Potter, Bock Isl-
ind, and Henry 1). Lloyd. Chicago.
At the residence of ltov. J. S. Cnni-
nung, in .Moline. yesterday atlernoon.
occurrcil tin' marriage ot ins daugh
ter. Miss Minette. to Fred Patterson.
of Monmouth. The bride is a voung
adv of many attractions and accom
plishments, who during her brief
evidence in Moline has gained many
warm menus, ami the groom is a
rosierous young business man of
Monmouth. They will remain in
Moline until Monday, when they will
lepart for their new home at Mon
1'lilloaophjr of Grumbling., i
'You may call na, confirmed grum
blers," said a regular John Bull sort of
Britisher the otiitr day, "but I tell you
our grumbling pays. When things go
wrong with you Americans, you make
fun of it and laugh at it and endure it.
WThen things go wrong with us, we keep
on grumbling until they are Bet straight.
If you grumbled more and joked less,
von would be a bit better off." New
Cadets Appointed from the West.
Washington, May 20. Cadet appoint
ments to the West Point military acad
emy have been made of follows: George
E. Mitchell, of Saginaw, Mich., with A.
A. Crawford, Owosso, Mich., alternate; T.
C. Cole, Hutchinson, Kan., with C. Mur
phy, Wichita, Kan., alternate; James P.
Auderson, Delphi, luiL. and Janie
Huches, Clovertlale, Ind., alternate.
There Are M ire of the ISreetl to Spare.
Gainesville, Tex., May Authentic
reports reach here that Hiil Luttrell has
been shot and killed by ex-United States
Deputy Marshal Hiium Eastern cod, ct
Oakland, I T.. fifty miles north of here.
Luttrell was a brother of Charles Luttrell,
recently hau;;ed at Sherman tor the mur
der ot W S Sherman. He whs also
"ba-a-dM man generally, ami the country ia
well rid ct h:ui.
3W;D : :.; oovf.
General B. W. Kirkman. of Oakland,
Cal., is dead at the age of 72 years. He was
a West Pointer, and served with honor in
the Mexican and civil wars.
Ofucer Harris, of Chicago who was
stabbed by the negro Etter, is out of danger.
George Craig, under arrest at Chicago
for attempted criminal assault, is thought
to be the assailant and murderer of little
Emma Werner a few weeks ago.
Obituary: At Paris, Dr. Julius von Tuef-
fel, physician in ordinary to King Wilhelm
of Wurteruburg; at Evansville, Ind., W.
J. Dallam, aged '2; Michael Lyon, aged
at Youngstown, O., James Xeilson; at
Rochester, X. Y., James M. Whitney, aged
at New lork, William Smith Hoyt,
aged 1 4.
The miners' international congress at
P.erlin has voted in favor of a general
strike to enforce the eight-hour day.
Judge Laconabe in the United States
circuit court at New York has released a
Chinaman arrested under the Geary law.
The judge held that the law made no pro
vision for deporting Chinamen aud ap
pointed no person to execute its provis
A Washington report savs that congress
will be summoned to meet about Aug. 1.
At Coruuna, Mich., A verdict was re
turned in the case of William Sullivan,
who was lynched by a mob, that he camo
to his death bv suicidp.
n insane man took refuge under a Chi
cago house aud pol.cemen worked four
unsuccessfully trying to get him out. The
cops" were too big to get under the house.
Finally a small boy volunteered to tie a
rope to the maniac's leg and the latter was
Moses Farmer, a pioneer inventor in the
electric field, who made the first electric
mortor, died at Chicago aged .' years.' He
was at Chicago atti tiding the World'a fair
and was stricken with pneumonia.
ife of Tony Mullane, the base ball
expert, has asked for a divorce, lecause
that when she chilled Tony for bad ball
playing he proceeded to play ball with her
head and the rest of her body, cutdier with
a knife, kicked her and generally showed
himself a brute, finally desertina her.
Tony will be short of funds for a while, as
the club has been enjoined from navine
him any money pending the divorce suit.
Sir Charles Kussell, in his argument con
tinued before the Luring Sea commission,
contended that there could not be no prop
erty right in seals.
While a big log was being sawed into
lumber in a mill near Richmond, Va., the
saw struck a cannon ball which was
doubtless imbedded in the tree during the
battle of Urewns IJlutr. lhe bark had en
tirely healed where the ball entered. The
saw flew in pieces and wrecked the balance
of the machinery.
A Possible Reason.
Father Clandian, now Bishop Xorthrup
of South Carolina, was once catechizing a
class of small colored children. "Why,"
.asked he, "was Adam turned out of para-
dise?""".Meble," lisped out a little uarfcy
oy, "mebbe Ju w;is saucy to his iua."
New York Tribune'- -
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th:i' revcr-Iiiitir;; i.'.
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THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
ftove hnvinz u tiink that cannot be t.t en off
for filling, unless the burners are 1 1 :ea.
THE -QUICK MEAL'' is the only
move having an indicator to show when the
burners are uiei or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
tove balnir tr'ass lubes to show thy drip
IiijT of s:iio':ine when the st vo i d in u;e.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burner tttu canuot be opened
farther than recers ry.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
H'ove having til parts made of material
which canno'.rust .
and U517 fcVcoi 1 Avhmi-.
Special assort ment of La
dies' Calico Wrappers, well
made, beginnirg -jt
First rate V?t for
About as good
eeil for 10c -only
3 to "a'( li
Lot 1-D-l in , w, h
Arout us ( i,
Lot 2 4
Lot 1 -j-h
liocks on IlorxI r:..l '
I iiuicd tc'otinicii'aLs ! :.;
DI piicaliou. Aillre.s3
Swift SpasiHs Co.,
ATLAN1 A. CA.
Chief Optician for Tolly Hros.
& Co., Cliieao, 111., is now
at their agency.
T. H. Thomas' Drug Store,
Ami will remain until
Monday Eve., May 20.
, m.. ami 7 to 'J p
. ill. to 1:
1 to .')
if the lx'M skin lotion in use. It contains no
mineral nroilv substances. t-oKl by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Koom 15, nittoe lllock. Davcnjiort. corner
Third ami Hra.lv.
M ai;c Mi ilical tn atise containlr lnut lt infor
mation anil many valuable receipts free upon ap
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
I Hammock Sale!
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
V G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 fe'econd ,lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic ai Dispsiflg Mmii
li row located in his new buildinr; at tbc corner of r.:':::
and Twenty, third street.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest rnnmlf of dorrosric
nnd inj;ortil cinart. All brands f tobaoro.
The i-curc of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop..
lsos Secord Avenue.
J. m tJHRISTY,
Ask Yonr Grocer for T!
Tlie Christy " '!-. i
GM K ATX. Y "REDUCED PRICES
On all small lots, mostly narrow widths, in the finer grades of Ladies' Shoes and Oxford Ties an
We have placed our Fall orders with the manufac urers for our immense new stock in Ladies Fine Shoes. While
goods are being made, we are determined to dispose of all small lots, particularly narrow widths, now in stock. JSo'-
LACE AND BUTTON SHOES.
20 pairs finest kid, hand turned, square tip, cloth top. wore ?( ) now $1 00
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No AlumJ
-Used in Millions ot Homes 40 lears tne Standara.
French common sene,
bronze, cloth top. French kid, lace,
linest lined kid, bluoher stvlo.
" M. & K. foot form,. .
" hand welt, common sense,
linest kid, hand turned, picadillv lace.
" English last, button.
" " hand welt, button, opera toe.
finest straight goat. " Waukenphast,
finest Doiiola common sense,
line dull finished Donfjola. button, common sense
finest patent leather, hand turned,
line Dongfola cloth top, laee, patent tip,
" patent tii, laee,
plain toe, short vamp
OXFOKD TIES Oil LOW SHOE.
17 pairs best kid, common sense, hand turned.
" " opera toe, plain.
' patent tip, hand turned
best patent leather, cloth tops
line patent leather vamps, ooze tops, hand turn'
" cloth tops.
" kill tops,
line kid, opera toe.
' common sens'.
' sijuare toe, tip.
" southern ties.
French kid, bronze,
bronze Theo ties.
ooze strap slippers, different hados
, . , . i
There is quite a number of small lot .-, 2, 3 a:. : . "
hicli will lie sold at a mere mh. With the opeii". - ' ' v.
e determined to show the grandest stock of Fir.-- ! ;u 1 ..',
ever liad, and thus it is that we have made these big reductions at considerably less than the manufacturing cost. Its
buy the very linest goods at a less price than cheaper goods are being sold for.
Shoe Store 1804 Second avtiu.