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THE AEGUa SATURDAY, MAY 27, 181)3.
Aid i no
Fancy strawberries at Passig's. .
Lunch at the Star saloon tonight:
Free lunch at the Star saloon this
The only Mark Murphy next Wed
Pigeons, geese and goats in mid
air at the Tower tomorrow.
Found Health by using Monroe's
Tonic found at the Harper house
Do you warn a set of the famous
Encyclopedia Hritannica free? Read
Frank Horn. Sr., of Kalamazoo,
Mich., is visiting his son. Frank X.
Horn, in this city.
The latest losers from the
hotel humbuir are. Quincy.
and Omaha $25,000.
llr nn.l Mrs. (J. O. Craiff
tained a small partv of friend;
pleasant manner last evening. .
Sheriff Gordon left this morning
for Pontiac with Oscar Lindtjuist,
sentenced to the reform school.
Are you satisfied w ith your health?
If feeling run down try Monroe's
Tonic, it will cure you. "Marshall &
Editor V. T. Drips and wife, of
Kimlw'. S. !.. arrived in the city
yesterday on a visit to relatives and
Mrs. S. li. Edsou and daughter. Miss
Airatha. left yesterday for Chicago,
where they will remain some time
visiting the fair.
An entertainment is to le given at
the First M. E. church next Tuesday
night for the benefit of the Hoys'
Brigade of t lie church.
There will be a special meeting of
the Traveling Men's association at
their rooms " tonight.. All members
are requested to be present.
He fore going to the fair all gentle
men should buy one of those canes
with the World's Fair guide at
tached. Lloyd ic Stewart's.
One fact is worth a thousand theo
ries. It's a fact that Monroe's Tonic
cures weakness, nervousness, etc.
Try it, Marshall & Fisher's.
The Andrews Opera company will
conclude its engagement at the Hur
tis at Davenport this evening by
singing the opera Dorothy."
The eccentric comedian. Mark Mur
phy, will prcjeiit his musical comedy,
OD wd s Neighbors" at Harper's
theatre next Wednesday evening.
Henry S. ShurtletT. for 40 years a
justice of the peace at ltapids City,
which place he founded, and a resi
dent of the county since 1840. died
there this morning, aged 77.
The funeral of the late Nicholas
Imhoff will he held from the resi
dence of his daughter. Mrs. Thomas
Lynch. 512 Fourth avenue, at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Chief Iirahni and Assistant Chief
Collier, of the tire department, have
received their new uniform caps
from Chicago. They are metropoli
tan in appearance anil quite becom
ing. Circumstances have arisen where
by a young man well known in this
city and Milan will soon le brought
to a sense of realization of his wrong
doing, bv a young lady of high social
standing in "the latter place.
ttuth. the infant daughter of (.'has.
' Toenniges and wife. 105 Second
street, died at 1 :40 this morning of
bronchitis, aged 5 weeks and - days.
The funeral occurs from the be
reaved home at lo o'clock tomorrow
All young men are" invited to the
Y. M. C- A. at 3::o tomorrow. J. A.
Gage, of Chicago, will speak upon
the topic. "Closed Doors." John
MeKce will render a solo entitled
Silent Pravcr, " Prof. Iiowlliv ac
Constable L. . Lckhart this morn
ing Jost a wallet containing about
12.0m on Second avenue, but
through the honesty of the finder it
was returned to Mr Eckhardt. who.
it is unnecessary to state, was over
joyed bevond expression.
liv special request George C. lilak
,.-1..'.. s..iTit;irv of the Y. M. C. A.
will deliver an" address at the Hroad-
wnv cluireh tomorrow mormnir up
on "the toiie."Lirinir Issues." Thi
is not an address on Mr. lilakeslee's
stH-eifil work, but one which treat;
this important theme in the broadest
J - . , , 1 M. - 1 . ... 1
wav. lie has uelirercu it eisennere
with -reat acceptance. A cordial in
vitation is sriven to all to hear him
on this occasion.
The steamer Charlotte Boeckelor
has arrived here in charge of Capt
McCaffrey and will remain here dur
imr the season ulrinir in the excur
1 - is
sion business. From all apjwarances
this will oe a busy year in tue excur
sion business. Kock Island and
Black Hawk Tower are getting well
known in every direction as an ob
iective point for excursions. The
street car facilities for reaching any
point in the three towns are such
that visitors find it exceedingly
agreeable, while our beautiful pub
lic parks and groves adjacent make
it the most desirable of any point
along the river. Visitors here are
always treated with uniform cour
tesy by citizens and are always wel
come. The weather bureau furnishes some
interestingdata of observations of the
month of J line for a period of 22 years,
during which time the mean temper
ature was 70. The warmest June
was that of 1890, with an average of
74; the coldest that of 1883, with an
average of 67. The highest tempera
ture during June was 78, on the 26th,
1800, the lowest Si), on the 4th, 188D.
The average number f cloudless
days was 8; average number of part
lv cloudy days, i4; average cloudy
days, 8. "
The Illinois legislature will probably ad
journ sine ilio H'wut June 9.
A cvclone struck Lailonia, Ma, and
killed Jack Wills. Five others were severe
ly wounded, and five business houses aud
five dwellings destroyed.
The whisky trust case at Chicago has
been postponed for a week.
Yan Tsen, the new Chinese minister, has
deferred his departure to the United States
pending the reply of the Washington gov
ernment to China's questions regarding
the Geary net.
An important addition is about to be
made to the available forces in India, the
Nizam having undertaken to raise two
regiments for the imperial cavalry service
in Hyderabad. i
Charles S. Rogers, who was reported to
have committed suicide by jumping from
the high bridge at St. Paul, Minn., carried
a large line of life insurance, ami there may
be difficulty in securing a settlement with
out better proofs of death than can now be
Walter Olds, who has been on the su
preme bench of Indiana foitr years, and is
now chief justice, has resigned, and will
engage in law practice at Chicago.
Thirty Alabama convicts have died in the
Pratt mines from pneumonia.
Lord Dunravcn's new yacht, the Valky
rie, was liea ten by tlie ITince oi wales
yacht Britannia in the lloyai Thames club
Of 1,000 deaths in Europe sixteen are by
violence; in the United Jjtates, forty-one.
John L. Sullivan failed to appear m the
Biddeford court when the assault case
against him was called His counsel en
tered a plea of guilty and the ex-chahipion
was fined $10' and costs.
Two masked robbers held up a Santa Fe
train at Coleman, Tex., compelled the ex
press messenger to open his car aud toot
everything in sight. On leaving they said:
Good-by; will meet you at tne onu's
The Rhode Island legislature is again a
tie, the Democrats having elected a senator
and a representative.
Impartial writers say that the gold con
tained in the medals, vessels, chains and
other objects preserved in the atican
would make more gold coins than the
whole of the present European circulation.
It is proposed to increase the water power
at Minneapolis one-half by improvements
to cost $1,000,000, which will give a fall of
nearly twenty feet the entire width of the
Nicaragua revolutionists have decided to
proclaim Moraland president until a legal
election can be held, when it is believed
ex-President Joaquin Zavala will beelected.
Fresident Sacaza is preparing to leave Nic
aragua for the United States.
The suspension of coinage at the Carson
mint in Nevada takes effect after the pres
Left Tlirir Keys on Itogus Order.
Xegavxee, Mich., May 127. Over fifty
of the operators on the Peninsula division
of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad
who left their keys ou an alleged order
from Chief Ramsay, of the Order of Rail
way Telegraphers, have been discharged by
the company, who are filling their places
with new men.
Halite in Insurance Kates.
IXDIANAl'oLls, May 27. There was a flur
ry in insurance circles here caused by the
receipt of an order to declare a raise of 15
cents on the iloo in rates on mercantile
risks and - cents ou special hazards.
Lighthouse Keeper Aiiu!eil.
Washington, May 27. The following
appointment has leeu made in the treas
ury department: Theodore lla.en, assist
ant keeper lighthouse, Poverty Island,
An Asuisninciit at Itutfalo.
Ucffalo, May 27. Edward Newell,
agent of the Domestic Machine company,
has made a general assignment, with
liabilities between S4IKW and $."0,000 and
asstts about the same.
An inusual occurrence.
Tuseogee. Ala., May 27. Robert Alex
ander, aged IS years; Louis Pugh, aged 19,
and his brother, Howard L. Pugh, aged
17, all negroes, were hanged here by the
eherifl. Feb. 2 last three negroes tried to
rob Jes-ie Cox, a Macon county farmer,
and finding nothing outraged Mrs. Cox.
Then they shot Mr. Cox, but not fatally.
A mob tried to lynch four negroes who
afterward proved innocent, in spite of the
fact that Cox and his wife identified them
as the perpetrators.
Bheumaliim Cure & in a Say.
Mvstic Cure"1 for rheumatism and
npiirfi'lrrij radically cures in one to
three dars. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
,i;Cro- immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
"Otto Gkotjax, Druggist.
ii a m. i
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Homes 40 tfears the Standard.-
liX-.:.ii..rf I. i culii ill
U'ASIU.WIUN. .'uitf -J
coin, ex-iiiiui&tici' l" ciix.it
the state ut'i.urcmiiii.
,!nh T. lin
;ntaui, was at
He had a
long talk with recn-i.iry U.esU.-m and the
two afterward repaireu to ti.e White
House, where Mr. Lincoln had an inter
view with the president.
A Reception b Minister Gray.
CITY OF Mexico, May 27. United States
Minister Gray has held his first official re
ception. It was attended by members of
the government, the diplomatic corps,
and many other conspicuous residents ol
The rose bud opening to the morn,
While yet the dew hangs on the thorn.
Exhales less sweetness than is wont
To breathe from lips that Nozodont
Has touched with soft crimson glow
That shows the dazzling teeth off so.
By tho Sisters of Morcy.
The Klclinpoo Imllan lvcmctllca Found
to 1 Invaluable at a Famous Nw
Kngland "Preparatory School. TheU
Ceo 1 Always Found to ho Beneficial.
Tho Sisters of
Mercy who conduct
tho St. Augustine'
ing School at Dart
ford, Conn., -wrlto
that they find tho
Kickapoo Indian Remedies invaluable
to them in caring for the health of the
Swholars under their charge. "Kick
apoo Indian Sagwa, Kickapoo Indian
Oil andKick.-ir.oo Indian Cough Cure"
they say, "havo been used hero with
the most gratifying results. TJtese
simple remedies of the Indian race de
terre Vie tcidest possible recognition,
and their use is always beneficial." Th
Kickapoo Indian Remedies,
Kickapoo Indian Cough Cure,
Kickapoo Indian Oil,
Kickapoo Indian Salve,
Kickapoo Indian Worm Killer
KICKAPOO INDIAN SACWA,
The Grandest Remedy of the Universe.
For tho Stomach, Liver and Kidneys.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
KK YOU IX NEED?
Want a cook
Want board ern
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a porvar.t girl
Want to eell a farm
Want to sell a houre
Want to exchange snMbinp
Want te sell housfhoid pootis
Want to make any real estate loan
Want to soil or irade foranythfnc
Want to find customers for anything
USK THESE COLUMNS.
-pHK DAILY A KG US DELIVERED AT YOUR
X door every eteiimc lot U)tc per .
OK RENT-THREE rXKEBXISHEP KOOMS
on second floor. Address A ,uns omce.
MAN WANTED: SALARY AND EXKESES
Permanent plice : whole t part time. Ap
nlv at once. Brown Bros. Co., Nurserymen
Chic a co.
TTTANTED - GL4ZIEKS: SHOP WORK;
VV ttraiiv emniovmeit for rapid workers.
The Morean Co , WeVt Twei.ty -second and I'nion
f treets, I'Uicajjo. 111.
WANTED YOU NO MAN KOK OFFICE WOKK
at Bock Island Sulnry ?-' per monm.
5tnt famish best referer.ee d M00 cash eipaal
Address Room Wool 11 r BuiK:inir. 1'eoria, 111
a (iKNTS WANTED .MiENTS TO TAKE OK
,lers In eery town and e-.ty ; comrai?sioii or
lihera! salary to saccessfJi tone lore: Bieauv
work. s-crd references and feenre territory
promptly. Ellwanirer ,t Barry, Ml. Hope nmser
les, Kochefttr, N. i .
i the best skin lotion in ne. It contains no
mineral or oily substances. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, Dittoe Block. DavenjKirt. corner
Third and Bradv.
M pane Medical treatise eoiitaiulri.' much infor
mation and many valuable receipt free iimn aj:
TUB QUICK MKAL" is tho only
stove havini a tank that cannot be ta en off
for filling, unless the burners arj closed.
THE (iUK-'K MEAL" is the only
stove liavinu an indicator to show when the
burners are opei, o- closed.
THE '-QUICK MEAL'' is the only
ttovc l avinsr t'.ass tubes to show tlia drip
pins; of iNC-o!ine when the at -ve is in ue.
THE " -QUICK MEAL" is the only
Move bavins burners ttat cannot be puned
f archer than necessary.
THE -QUICK M EAL"1 is the only
s'ove hav'nir ail par s made cf material
which cani:o rtt.
1 01 f and 1 G1 7 bVcot d s. Vri u-.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Special assorircent of La
dies' Calico Wrappers, well
made, beginniug nt
Firet rate Ve-t for
Abryit as go-1 ;im oih-rs
sell tor loo -:iii v o to h
S 1 1. r i -i i 1
1 " -aait;..
Lot 1 Tj I i
About mu , ; ...
Lot :: I iv:. :,u,
F G. YOUQ, Proprietor.
1728 Second .iv.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the fcneet brands of oktcsiic
and imported ciL-ars. All brands of tobcco.
The score of all ihe ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop..
1SS Secocd Avenae.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic anil Dispsii Phanaci
Is row located in his new builJine at tbe corner of K:!:n ir..
and Twenty-third street.
J. ItfX CHRISTY,
KASSFJICTUREB Cf 103 I!!
Aflt Tnnr Grocer f"r TV .
The Christy "T!-Tta" ::: Ci:f!
GKEATLY "REDUCED PRICES
On all small lots, mostly narrow widths, in the finer grades of Ladies' Shoes and Oxford Tio? a
b- in T.oiliaa "R"5ll RllOt-'S.
We nave placea our an oraera wiiu tuw mauuiai; uxcio xUiii04JlD0 "ivjv'" " . . . v,r,
goods are being made, we are determined to dispjse of all small lots, particularly narrow widths, now in etui.
LACE AND BUTTON SHOES.
4 ' button
French ' " common sense,
bronze, cloth top. French kid. lace,
finest lined kid, blucher style,
44 M. & K. foot form,
44 4. 44 hand welt, common sense,
finest kid, hand turned, picadilly lace,
44 44 .4 44 English last, button,
hand welt, button, opera toe,
finest straight goat, " Waukenphast,
finest Dongola ' common sense,
fine dull finished Dongola, button, common sense
finest patent leather, hand turned,
fine Dongola' cloth top, lace, patent tip,
' patent tip, lace,
" ' Dlain toe. short ramp.
erer had, and thus it is that we hare made these big reductions at considerably less than the manufacturing t o
buy the rery finest goods at a less price than cheaper goods are being sold for.
!?; 00 " 1 00 51
6 00 4 00 46
C 00 " 3 50 11
6 00 " 3 50 31
6 00 3 50 14
6 00 " 3 50 2'J
5 00 " 3 50 10
5 50 3 50 35
5 50 3 50 '4
5 00 " 3 50 18
4 50 " 3 00 28
5 00 ' 3 50 il
4 50 3 00 25
4 50 ' 2 75 17
6 50 2 50
4 00 2 50
3 50 " 2 50
3 00 " 2 00
OXFOKD TIES OU LOW SlI(H
47 pairs best kid, common sense, hand turned.
opera toe, piain,
44 .4 44 .. patent ti, hand turned
best patent leather, cloth tops
fine patent leather ramps, ooze tops, hand t urn
44 .. cloth tops.
line kid, opera toe,
" common sense.
" sijuare toe. ti,
French kid, bronze,
bronze Tlieo ties,
ooze strap slippers, different
There is quite a number of small lots, 2. :
which will be sold at a men- song. With the
,lnli.n,:,i,.l 1..... lli.. rr.'llldl'St Stock of
.4 4V4L.4l41illItr. .... - - - " "
t. Its a spi
Shoe 8 lore 1804 Second avenue.
Clothing Stote at