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THE AJIGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1893.
Tomatoes and wax beans at Hess
Chamois skin and sponges at the
Strawberries and pineapples at
Talent leather slips reduced to
S3. M- & K.
, half $2.5' M. &
money by reading
d price shoe sale is
shoes cut ir
3i. sh'e sale.
You can make
33j Columbia ad v
sr. V K. rctiucc.
ItoYing a big rush.
"Read the Columbia advertisement
ant the eighth page.
li. C. Hancock, of Chicago, is in
-jjbo t.jtv on a brief visit to friends.
Found Health by using Monroes
!Tnie found at the Harper house
1X vou wain a set of the famous
jKacvclopedia liritannica free? liead
Thk Akui s.
Give the baby a ride iu one of
ftiaee fine carriages easy payments
If you want to see the largest line
of rockers, go to (J. (). Huckstaedt's
. caMi or easy payments.
The Boys" Brigade of the First M.
jE. church give a pleasant entertain
3it at the church this evening.
Are you satisfied withyour health?
II feeling run down try Monroe's
"Tonic, it will cure you. Marshall &
One fact is worth a thousand theo
ries. Itsa fact that Monroe's Tonic
rorcs weakness, nervousness, etc.
Trr it. Marshall - Fisher's.
Mueller Bros., the enterprising
grocer, will hereafter run two do
4irery wagons instead of one. to ac
commodate their rapidly increasing
Twelve elegant new designs in
parlor tiits. freshly made up now
n sale at the ware rooms eash or
easy payment at cah price at
Hmlson Haley, the well known ton
sorial artist, has opened a barber
sliopwith handsome new tixtures at
3913 Second avenue, where he will
rreafter hold forth.
See Huckstaedt's new line of bod
tkoo) suits before you buy. He can
snxc xon money and will sell to you
ot the easy payment plan at cash
v Tbe police presHntwd a tine ap
fwnranc'. today in their new uniforms
which are the handsomest in design
rrvr worn by the Rock "Island force,
mayor Med HI and Chief Sexton should
fce proud of the men as they now ap-
Arrangements -ave been made
whereby the Kocj tlagd & Peoria
Toxd runs a through chair car to Chi
cago via Peoria every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, the car re
taining on the alternating days. The
er leaves Rock Island on No. 2 in
the morning and reaches Chicago at
5 jr." m. It makes an exceedingly
pleasant trip without change of cars.
-J A SmU RIze.
The tire department was called out
shortly after 1 o'clock this afternoon
bv'an alarm from box 14, at the
corner of Third avenue ami Ninth
street, Tho department made ex
cellent time, reachiug the box where
the alarm was sent from in exactly
two and one-half minutes after the
hook was pulled. The cause of the
alarm was a small blaze on the roof
f the frame cottage at S17 First ave
nue, owned by Mrs. Sopha Reniley
and occupied by Bert Reniley and
family. The tire was put out before
the arrival of the companies. It was
on the north side of the roof and
inrobab v caught from the spark of
an cnirine. The damage will not ex
In the circuit court yesterday af
Srmonn Judge Smith commenced the
criminal docket. The case against
Bent ley Sutton charged with for
rry was lirst called. The prisoner
was" defended by E. E. Parmenter and
JL T. Kenworthy, State's Attorney
Searle prosecuting. The case went
3o the jury at C o'clock and at 9 a
Terdict of guilty was returi.ed. Sut
ton pold a car load of hay owned by
Shields Bros', of Davenport, to Nut
Srr & Groom, who gave him a check
s a Moline bank, payable to Shields
Cros., one of whom he represented
himself to be, anil whose name he
aagned when he cashed the check.
The flagship Pittsburg passed down
sua her first trip this season.
The Lizzie Gardner came down
with nine strings of lumber.
The Irene D. and Verne Swain
itame down and the Dalphin and
"Feme Swain passed up.
The stage of water at Rock Island
swidge at noon today was 11:00, anil
32i temperature was 77.
Mrs. Mnrtha FranK, of Green county,
Ga., will be 5)9 years old next July. She
has over 100 descendants, and they include
with herself five generations.
The inquest over the body of F. II. Mil
burn, at Chicago, p-oved that drink was
tbe cause of the suicide.
The organization of the American Rail
way union is somewhat hampered because
its promotor, Kuxene V. Debs, is in rather
poor health at his home at Terre Haute,
Inft. He is expected at Chicago, however,
in a day or two.
Charles Link, a fireman, and Francisco
Solio, a passenger, were fatally wounded
in a collision on an Austin, Tex., suburban
railway. Gus Piper, the engineer, was ter
ribly cut, and nine others were severely
Mrs. Xancy McCarrigher and her daugh
ter were walking along the Pittsburg and
Erie tracks at ShonsetownJPa., when thev
were struck by an engine. Both are dead.
The fast World's fair flyer from New
York to Chicago ran the distance in 1
hours and 57 minutes, which is close
enough tc 20 hours, the scedule time.
In the cases at Springfield, Ills., against
ex-Auditor Pavey Judge Creighton has de
cided that the state must file a bill of par
ticulars. Senator Vest, who opposed the confirma
tion of Comptroller Eckels, is alleged to
have discovered that Eckels has "horse
sense." He found this out when Eckels
told somebody that the remedy for bank
failures was more inspectors.
According to the adjustment adopted
for Reading railway affair the company
will create an issue of thiity year col
lateral trust gold bonds bearing 6 rer cent
interest, free of taxes, of tbe par value of
$30,000,000 to te secured by "je mortgage
or pledge to the Provident Life and Trust
company, of Philadelphia.
Fanning county, Tex., was so full of
people who had some sort of claim on the
"Tom Beau" estate that the contest for
that large property had been removed to
the Dennison court, because it was im
possible to findj a disinterested jury in
Charles X. Richards was appointed,
through the influence of Charles Sumner,
"mender of quill pens'' for the United
States senate, and though chief of the sta
tionary room is still under that title on
the pay roll. Only one senator, Mr. Mor
gan, uses quill pens, and these are bought
Ex-United States Consul Wtlb, who
represents the Mohammedans in this
country, is negotiating with southern
land owners for property on which to
locate colonies of wealthy Mohammedans
who propose to emigrate from India,
Obituary: At Menominee, Mich.. Rtv.
A. Pellisson. At Wenoua, Ills., A. II.
Stateler. At Grand Kapids, Mich., Bilius
Stocking, aged S5. At Baltimore, Rev.
Dr. Wayland I). Ball, aged 35. At Den
ver, Henry R. Glover, of Boston.
The Florida house of representatives has
passed a resolution asking the United
Stats senate to begin impeachment pro
ceedings against District Judge Charles S.
The Catholic Total Abstinence associa
tion of Illinois has elected these officers:
President, J. M. Scanlan. of Chicago; re
cording secretary, W. S. O'Connor, of Chi
cago. Records of tbe nll Clabs.
Chicago, May 29. The scores on Na
tional league base ball diamonds are re
ported as follows: At Pittsbnrg Balti
more 1, Pittsburg 10; at Philadelphia
Cleveland 0, Philadelphia 5; at New York
Cincinnati 0, Xew York 1: at Brooklyn
Louisville 6, Brooklyn 7; at Boston
Chicago 2, Boston IS; at Washington no
Drfttn in nrfai scat Hon.
LEXINGTON', Ky., May 30. The famous
trotting stallion Dictator is dead. He was
80 years old and died of old age. He sired
forty trotters and five pacers with records
from 2:0CY to 2:30. Twenty of his sons
have sired forty-eight trotters and eight
pacers, while nineteen of his daughters
have produce! twenty-five trotters and
two pacers, including Xancy Hanks. His
son Dictator sired Direct, 2:05,'-, tke fast
est pacing stallion. Dictator was a full
brother to Dexter.
He Carried a Naked Lamp.
TKEMOXT, Pa., May 30. Through the
carelessness of one of their number six
miners employed at Middle Creek collieiy
of the Reading company were most seri
ously burned by an explosion of gas. The
names of the unfortunate men are Chas.
Maurer. John Seager, Frank Huth, Will
ltoltz, William llretzius, and Vi!liam Erd
man. The injuries of the first four are fa
tal. The explosion was caused by one of
the men carrying a naked lamp.
Found Ills Uncle to He a Tartar.
COLl'MIil'S, Iud., May 'Jto. Scott Dicker
sou has been at the driving park here for
some time with some horses he has been
training. JCd Dickerson, his nephew, ar
rived here from Louisville, Ky., hired a
horse and buggy, and informed several
parties that he was going to whip his uncle,
lie went, lie is now in the city hospital
with his head and face in a "state of things."
He found his uncle.
Records on the Hall Kield.
Chicago, May 29. Following are the
scores made by League base ball clubs: U
Pittsburg Cincinnati 4, Pittsburg I; at
Baltimore Brooklyn 4, Baltimore 15; at
Cleveland St. Louis 3, Cleveland 2; at
New York Philadelphia 5, New York V:
at Boston Washington 8, Boston 7. It
seems that Chicago did not forfeit a game
last week to Louisville. It was improperly
scheduled and will be played in August.
Ex-Senator Van Wyck Recovering.
Nebraska City, Neb , May 29. Con
trary to ai: expectations ex-Senator Van
Wyck is recovering. He was stricken
with paralysis one week ago last Thurs
day. In spite of his advanced age and
three successive shocks of paralysis, he is
now ranidlv imDroving. and hopes of his
ultimate recovery are entertained.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
Used in Millions ot Hemes 40 1 ears the Standard.-
One bit of wisdom may bo condensed
into a pithy sentence. Avoid explana
tions. In some families nothing i-i taken
for granted. Every action, every deci
sion, every- new depar'. tire, cvtry su-vppt-anco
or rejection of an invitation must
bo endlessly tallied and fussed over, ex
plained and re-eplained. Iu that way
lie all sorts of stumbling blocks. As ft
rule, beyond your parents or your hus
band there is nobody who lias ti rijjit
to demand of yon explanations at each
step of yonr onward path. D;n"t give
them. Establish a reputation for keep
ing your own counsel. It will serve yon
well in many a crisis and be no end of a
comfort. Harper's Bazar.
O ! woman, lovely woman, why will yon suffer eo.
Why bear euch pain and anguieh, ami agony tf
Why don't yon seek the remedy- the one that's
all the go?
"All the i.'0," b.cime it makes th? pains go.
As an Invigorating, resterative tonic, eoothir.g
cordial and bracing cervine, for debilitated and
fectle women ge erally, nr. Tierce's Favorite
Prtetription hag no equal. Itimprovc digestion
invigorates the sy em, enriches the blood, dis
pels achos ami p tins, produces refreshing pleep,
dispels melancholy and nervousness and builds
np both the flesh and ftrenL'th of those reduced
below a healthy standard. Don't be put off with
some worthless compound, easily, but dishonestly
recommended to be "j-ist as good," that the dealer
may make more profit. ' Favorite Prescription''
Rock 'susd, 111. M.i Sit, 193. Onlce of Swee
Spring Distilling v'o. To whom it may concern:
on are htr t r.otitled tha on the 3m h day of
June, ISM. at the hour a p. m. at iNo. nil Fourth
avenue, in snid city of Hock Inland, ill., a sycc'al
mce'ing of th ; stockholders of Sweet Spring lis
td'ing t.'onpany wili be held for the purpos? of
submittinir to a ote of said stockholders the
q-.iestiuii jf changin the p'aco of business of said
e.mpunf fro'n raid city of Hock Island, M., to
the city of Chicago, 111.
.1. A. FhEVnAN.
EliniKD Kaiix. .
;(;; o T'r " g the
t A'.vv sy::!cr:, cL:!'.::nl:ng
Hi I I'y; jji s jrom tnc l!ood,
whether of serofufous or
malarial origin, his fyp
craHou h.:s : equal.
AF. r eighteen vtcntlis A.;, a
tti:ng s.'t c cit my tongas. I was
rt-.7.V. ty lest heal f';yste'.an.
I :if eitameti t:a relief; the scrs
gradually rr:c verse. I Inti.'.'y
tUi't S. S. .V., an.l u e:s entirely
cured after using a few Ivtiles"
C. 11. McLtsoPE,
Henderson, J 'ex.
TREATISE on Wood and Skin
Diseases mailed free.
Thk Swikt Specific Co.,
KK YOC IX SEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to eel 1 a farm
Want to sell a bonse
Want to exchanpe an)thiDr
Want te sell household poods
Want to make any real estate loans
Wart to sell or trade for anythine
Want to find customers for anything
USE THESE COLUMNS.
1HK DAILY AKQUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
door every evening for IS "4c per week.
OK RENT THREE UNFFBXISHEn ROOMS
on second floor. Address A .this office.
WANTED GLsZlERS: SHOP WORK;
steady employment for rapid workers.
The Jlorpan Co , We Twenty -second and Union
streets, Chicago. 111.
AGENTS WANTED AGENTS TO TAKE OR
dcrs In every town anil city ; commission or
libera! salary lo successful solicitors; steadv
work. Send references and seenre territory
promptly. EUwanger i Barry, ML Hope nurser
ies. Rochester, N. k.
WANTED TWO OR THREE MKNTOREP
rcsent our well known house In this state.
Our men handle five or six lines of articles which
enables ns to pay handsome waces Salaries
range from 5tr to fli" a month, according to ma
terial in the men. L. 1. May & Co., !-. Paul,
M inn., nurserymen, flortsts, seedsmen, seed po
tatoes, implements, etc
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having stank that cannot be taken off
for filling, unless the burners ar3 closed.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show w hen l he
burners are opeL o: closed.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove liavinc glass tubes to show the drip
ping of ea-oHoe when the st iv u use.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is ihe only
stove having burners ttat cant it be opened
fariher tliau necess iry.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all parts made of material
which caiuio'. rt st.
1615 and 1617 Secord Avenue.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
J. S. BBIDY.
T. B. JIKLDY.
THE LK APING
Bny. sell and manage property on commission,
oan money, co'lect rents, also carry a line of first
class fire Insurance companies, building lots for
sale in all 'he different additions. Choice residence
property In all parts of the city.
Room 4. Mitchell & Lynde building, ground
floor, in rear of Mitchell fc Lmde bank.
FINAL WIND-UP IN
This week we wan: to close out everv Cioak
Jacket and Ready-made Dress we h?vo. To
make it an object for you to buy we win
make a discount of
20 PER CENT.
One-fifth deducted from the price of everv
garment in stock.
2J"3omi new styles adjd for this su'e Ev yth
The Columbia :
These Prices Speak for themselves
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
Our $G 23 Lace Curtains now - - - 5503
ur 5 50 Lace Curtains now .... 4 -
Our 4 50 Lace Curtains now .... 3 93
Take your choice out cf wash, basket full for 10c. Buy sow.
a 'u.i.'U : e c v j . ce 3 i. : .11 .1 1
uiifjuijuu iuui-iu iiauu, puu auu iu an BliaueS, your
choice lor 23c 25c. They will be sure to move at tbw
prices; come earlv and get yi ur pick.
ratont Mop Stick at 8c. 3-lioop Wooden Pails liic. Ha- I'.ulU .
up. jiauHling National League f I. 'Jo, 1 arior Matches V.'c a jack-
P G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
172S Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and DispensiDa Pharmacist
Is row located in his new building at tbe corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. EoKsriELU. Tom llfi.s-.L-J.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Ileatinir ami Sanitary Plunilinir.
22;) Tw.-n :-:!
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
On all small lots, mostly narrow widths, in the finer grades of Ladies' Shoes and Oxford Ties at the
We have placed our Fall orders with the manufacturers for our immense new stock in Ladies Fine Shoes. While these
goods are being made, we are determined to dispose of all small lots, particularly narrow widths, now in stock. Note the
LACK AND 1JUTTOX SHOES.
20 pairs finest kid, band turned, square tip, cloth top, were tj 00 now 4 00
lace wereG 00
. button ' G 00
French " common sense, " 6 00
bronze, cloth top, French kid, lace, ' G 00
finest lined kid, blucher stvJe, 6 00
M. & K. foot form, 6 00
' hand welt, common sense. ' 5 00
finest kid, hand turned, picadilly lace, 5 50
" English last, button. " 5 50
" hand welt, button, opera too, ' 5 00
finest donfjola " ' " 4 50
linest straight goat, " Waukenphast, " 5 00
linest Donpola common sense, ' 4 50
line dull linished Dongola, button, common sense ' "4 50
linest patent leather, hand turned, " 6 60
line Dongola cloth top, lace, patent tip, " 4 00
" atent tip, lace, " 3 50
llain toe, short vamp, " 3 00
ever had, and thus it is that we have made these bijr reductions at eonsidc
buy the very linest goods at a less price than cheaper goods are being sold
OXFORD TIES OR LOW SHOES
pairs best kid, common sense, hand turned, . i
" " " opera toe, plain,
' patent tip, hand turned
" best patent leather, cloth tops
" line patent leather vamps, ooze tops, hand turn
' cloth tops.
" " " ' kid tops.
' " duchess.
" line kid, opera toe,
" " " common sense.
" ' " sjuare toe. tip.
" ' southern ties, '
" French kid, bronze, " "
ooze strap slippers, different shadosjj '
r . .
There is quite a number of small lots, 2, 3 and 1 pair
which will be sold at a mere song. With the opening of
are determined to show the grandest stoi kVif Fine Fooiw
rablv less than the manufacturing cost. Its a splendid oj
for." : 1-
rv 1 '
Shoe Store 1604 Second averua.
B Sl k.
Clothing Stote at the Old Stand.