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THE AEGUS, FRIDAY", JUNE 2, 1893
Chickens at Hess Bros.' '
Fresh strawberries at Kautz'a gro
Spring chickens at Kautz's gro
Socks from 4 cents up at the. Col
Bleuer's band concert at the Tower
Bleuer's band at the Watch Tower
A good nine stop organ for 45 at
A tine upright piano for $150 at
Bleuer's- complete band at the
Head lettuce and strawberries at
A fresh line of vegetables at
A full line of home grown vege
tables at Hess Bros.'
Telephone Max Kautz for staple
and fauey groceries.
Six good second hand organs from
f 15 to $50 at Bowlby's.
J. E. Montrose left last evening for
Omaha on a business trip.
Gent's overshirts and underwear
very low at the Columbia.
Judge J. J. Glenn, of Monmouth,
was in the city today on business.
Call and see the new styles .in pi
anos and organs at Bowlby's.
Gustav Krapp. of Coal Valley, was
a caller at The Akuls otliee today.
Call at Lloyd & Stewart's and be
fitted out with a nice summer straw
Bleuer's band will give a grand
concert at Black Hawk Tower Sun
Strawberries. early Richmond
cherries and pineapples at Hess
Straw hats now ready. A larger
assortment than ever at Lloyd &
A good rosewood cased, seven oc
tave piano, in good repair, for 45 if
taken soon, at Bowlby's.
See our line of summer underwear
and hosiery, the tinest line in the
market at Lloyd & Stewart's.
New potatoes, tomatoes, peas, ear
rots, string beans, wax beans, squash,
cucumbers, beets and parslev at Hess
Are you satisfied with your health?
If feeling run down try Monroe's
Tonic, it will cure you. Marshall Sc
The marriage of ex-Police Magis
trate II. C. Wivill and Mrs. Catherine
Farrell occurs at St. Joseph's Catho
lic church next Wednesday.
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 entertainment to be given by
St. Catherine's guild occurs at the
residence of Roderick Dart Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mesdames J. M. Montgomery and
E- G. Frazer have issued invitations
for -a coffee"" at the former's resi
dence next Wednesday afternoon.
Toll Gate Collector Sehlemmer's
receipts at Kock rivor bridge for the
month of May. dating from the 11th,
when he assumed charge. were
The annual commencement of the
Moline High school occurred lat
evening. The wublie r-chools of that
citv are now closed for the summer
The intelligence from 'apt. Robert
Koehlcr. now in California, is that he
is gettingalong nicely. He is enjoy
ing the trip and gaining health and
Night Clerk Frank Brmigh. of the
Harper, accompanied by his wife,
left last evening for a l't-davs" visit
to the World's Fair. K. S. Montrose
is behind the des-k during the form
Charles Case leaves Sunday morn
ing for Ottawa to at tend the annual
commencement exercises of the Ot
tawa High school, from which his
daughter graduates this year. From
there Mr. Cae goes to Chicago to
attend the big fair.
Street Snpt. Kdwin Ward is re
ceiving many compliments on the
manner in which he has had the
streets and alleys cleaned. The work
has been very thorough wherever
done and it is his purpose to get over
the entire city as soon as possible.
The remains of the late M. B. Cur
tis are expected from Salt Lake City
tonight or in the morning and will
be taken to the residence of Col.
Henry Curtis. The funeral occurs
fromthe Central Fresbyterial church
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Theodore Witteman and Miss
Teckla Roper were united by Kev. F.
W. Merrell at the parsonage of the
First M. E. church at 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. The grom is em
ployed at Noftsker's cornice works I
1 r, 1 1. rn . ,
ana nas many uimus nuu win wisn
himself and bride much happiness
through life. They will make their
home in this city. . .
Rev. F. W. Merrell leaves for Onar
ga, 111., tonight, where he will
preach the annual sermon at Grand
Frairie seminary there next bunaay.
Dr. Bartholomew will occupy the
pulpit of the First M. E. church next
Sunaay, ooin morning ana evening
John Crubaugh was not' attired
this morning in the uniform of any
new society he belongs to. It was
not the uniform of the Shriners, or
anything of that kind, peculiar as it
appeared, lie was simply on his way
to Green river on a nsning cxpeai-
tion, where he expected to be joined
by V . J. Kerr.
James Kohlsaab. of Daren port, fell
from his wagon while driving down
Twentieth steeet yesterday afternoon
and sustained some severe cuts on
the head caused by striking on the
pavement. He was taken to Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store where his
injuries were dressed by Dr. Trues
dale, after which he was taken to his
home in Davenport.
The Davenport fair and exposition
has arranged for a running meeting
June 13, 14 and 15, the programme
to include five races each day, all
running on the track of the fair
grounds. A rate of one-and-one
third fare has been secured on all
roads within 75 miles of Davenport.
The admission will be but 25 cents,
and 27 entries have been made al
ready. The grounds are readily
reached by either railroad or electric
The first ball given by the motor
men and conductors of the Daven
port & Rock Island Railway company
occurred at the Tower Inn last even
ing. Si) couple attending and enjoy
ing the festivities which consisted of
dancing to the strains of Bleuer's or
chestra and the partaking of a splen
did supper. The boys were so
charmed with the. success of the af
fair that tliey talk of giving another
similar party during the summer sea
son. ivtl service Tomorrow.
Tomorrow is the appointed day for
the civil service examinations by
Postmaster Wells' board. It was
originally anticipated that some high
functionary connected with the de
partment would be present to con
duct proceedings, and fears were en
tertained that Rock Island did not
possess a hall large enough to con
tain all who would flock in to take
the examination. But the course of
human events has altered things;
there is to be no distinguished func
tionary present, according to last ac
counts and the council chamber will
be used. Harry Wickman. of the
postortiee. constitutes the civil ser
vice board, while Charles Schneider
and John Licdtka, both also of the
postoftiee, will officiate respectively,
as president and secretary. The ex
amination continences at i) a. m. and
continues for mx hours for clerks,
and live hours for carriers.
Andy Bowen and Everhart fought
eighty-six rounds at the Olympic club,
New Orleans, Iiowen winning.
lion. Robert T. Lincolu has arrived at
Chicago and will resume the 'practice ol
The forty-ninth annual meeting of the
national division. Sons of Temperance, is
in sessiou at Chicago. The organization
claims 100,(100 members.
The Iowa Prohibitionists have nominated
for governor Captain K. W. Brown, ol
Ames; lieutenant governor, J. C. Reed,
Delta; supreme judge, J. A. Harvey, Polk
county; railroad commissioner, K. II. Gil
let, a student of Drake university; school
superintendent. Belle H. Mix, of Danville.
The new features of the platform are IOC
cents worth of silver in the dollar and free
coinage, repeal of the Geary law and
abrogation of the Russian treaty.
Mrs. Mary A. Bartholomew, one of the
oldest residents of Mcllenry county. Ills.,
is dead in her Soth year.
Six Chicago rabbis are suing Jacobson &
Son, bakers, for a commission of 1 cent a
pound on unleavened bread made by the
latter. The commission, the r ibbis allege,
was to tie paid for their daily inspection of
Miss Marian 1 "helps, daughter of the late
minister to Germany, has been marri- d tc
Dr. You Re tenberg, a German department
Excavators at Delphi, Greece, have un
earthed a colossal marble statue of Apollo.
The statue, which is of the best antique
school, is in excellent conditi; n except that
the nose is broken.
William Townsend, the English crank
who wanted to "remove" Gladstone, hafi
bten sentenced to prison "during her ma
jesty's pleasure," which is the same as say.
ing that he is insane.
A movement is on foot among Cuban
revolutionists to induce the United States
to buy the island. They claim that one
half the cost would be furnished by the
landowners and business men of Cuba.
Fire at Columbus, O., destroyed the
Case Manufacturing company's lumber
yards and the Neil Wheel works. Loss,
Card or Thank.
The family of the late John Long,
Sr., desire to thus publicly acknowl
edge the many courtesies extended
them by thoughtful friends and
neighbors during the late bereave
ment and to express their sincere
gratitude for the same.
This only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-U Bed in Millions ot Hemes 40 fcears the Standard.
Oriffltl tt Olelm Secure the Wtll K.Johnson
Store A Removal Clearlac Sale.
Messrs. Driflil & Gleim .have has
tened to secure the 6tore now being
vacated by Will K. Johnson, the jew
eler, which they justly regard as one
of the lightest" brightest and most
conspicuous in the city. It is in the
very center of business activity, and
they could not have hit upon a store
more suitable in every way for the
grocery business which they design,
which will embrace some special fea
tures as well as the regular lines.
They propose to lit it up nicely and
crowd it with the best goods in the
Driffill & Gleim don't want to
move." They don't see any partic
ular use in doing so. They'd rather
sell the goods they have at - the old
stand in the Harper house,' and buy
more for the new stand. They pro
pose to make their present stock
move itself, and with this object in
view they are making arrangements
for a grand clearing out sale, and if
low prices will sell goods the goods
will be sold. It is too early "yet to
give particulars, but by the begin
ning of the week they 'will be pre
pared to make an announcement that
all house-holders will do well to iook
out for and take advantage of. They
m 111 rl .!;; a. i r,.
William S.-v.'.so:-, ;i r in Ar.-rt :it:i:a,
having onb'r. d a c :c::t of 1!.') V. ks
from Kngland, received t he survivors, f the
voyage a few weeks iiui m il set them r.i
liberty. The birds, 'i in uiiinlxjr, were
leased in a field in which l he barley hail re
cently been cut. A few chirpssJiowed their
delight in being c.ncc more five, but owing
protiably to their lone; confinement - none of
them took a l.cavi :iv. ::rd fiight. Chicago
Not rortaMo. Lnrkllr. ' '
The Deposit 01 So Mr. Skipwith Cash
boa left the bunk?
The XeW Casliier Yes, uiiil it's about all
he did leave. Truth.
There is a story of a P'reneh dog whose
breakfast was forgotten, whereupon he ran
out into the garden and returning with a
sprig in his mouth deposited it at his mas
ter's feet. It w;ss a sprig of forgetmeuot.
The Illinois State Typographical Union
has lern organized witn these othcers
President, John Mcl'harland, Ch;cago
vice president. Robert Lowry, Qmncy;
secretary-treasurer. John Oiiv.in. Peoria.
"TJ i-tiRELY a vegetable compound,
j made entirely of roots and herbs
JL gathered from the forests of
Georgia, and has been used by millions
of pcorlc with the best results. It
All manner of Rlood diseases, from the
pestiferous little boil C i your nose to
t'.-.c worst cases of inherited blood
tair.t, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Treatise rr T.lood and ?k:n Pise.ise mailed
face. i win i-etciFic Co., Atlanta, til
is the ln'st kin 1otiin in use. It contains n
mineral or:lv substance. Sold ly
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
KiKim 15, Dittoe Itlock. Ttsv.-iijHirt. corner
Third and Brady.
f4 jiairc Medical tn ntir-e contiiinlnt: nint h iufur
m:ition and many valuable receipts free upon ap
THE "QUICK MKAL" is the only
wtove having a tank tbat cannot be taken off
for filling, nnlcaa the burners are cloaca.
THE "QUICK MKAL" is the only
rtove having an indicator to show when the
burners are open or Cloned.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
i-tovc having glass tubes to show the drip
ping of eaolinc when the stav.; : n use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burners tbat cam it be opened
farther than necessary.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the orjly
stove having all pars made of material
which cannoi rest.
1615 and 1617 Second Avhdu.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION Gl'A KANTKKD.
Kaisinjx hriek Imildinir os-peeially
Address E- A- ROUNDS,
1M5 Seventh Aven'ie. Kox lit
THE ARCADE, -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Mways on hand the tneet brands of domestic
nn'd imported cicars. All brand? of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
l.08 Second Avenue.
FINAL WIND-UP IN
i mo vYtcn. wc waiu iu ciubc out evervQn V
Jacket and Ready-made Dress we h?e t
make it an object for you to buy we VjJ
make a discount of
20 PER CENT.
One-fifth deducted from the price of even
garment in stock.
JggT-Soma new styles addd for this sa'e. Everything
. MTIRE BEOL
These Prices Speak for themselv
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
kjuv Jo iio Lisca murrains now - - j-
tir 5 50 Lace Curtains now - 4'
Uar 4 ou Lace uurtains now - - -.395
Take your choice out cf wash basket full for 10c. Buys.
A bright iob fonr-in hand, puff and tecks in all sbad-
choice ior 22c 25c. They will be sure to move at h
prices; come t-anv anu gei ycur pics.
Patent Mop Stick at Sc. :-hoop Wooden Tails l.V. Ha-.-
up. cpauiiiin national m'uiic i anor .iaicin - r'e
F G. YOUSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic ana Dispensing Pharmacis
Is row located in his new building at the corcer of F:!:a iTiu;e
and Twentythird street.
J. F. EoStSFlELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitter
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
On all small lots, mostly narrow widths, in the finer grades of Ladies' Shoes and Oxford Ties at k
USn 1 "
We have placed our Fall orders with the manufacturers for our immense new stock in Ladies Fine Shoes. hlf
goods are being made, we are determined to dispose of all small lots, particularly narrow widths, now in stock. Ade u
LACE AND BUTTON SHOES.
20 pairs iinest kid, hand turned, square tip, cloth top, were 6 00 now $4 00
29 " lace were GOO 4 00
31 " button " 6 00 " 4 00
25 French " " common sense, " G 00 3 50
8 bronze, cloth top. French kid, lace, " 6 00 " 3 50
14 tinest lined kid, bluchcr stvle, " 0 00 " 3 50
57 " M. & K. foot form, G 00 " 3 50
53 " hand welt, common sense, " 5 00 ' 3 50
33 ' finest kid, hand turned, picadilly lace, 5 50 " 3 50
32 " English last, button, 5 50 3 50
55 44 " hand welt, button, opera toe,' t 5 00 3 50
64 " finest dongola ' " " " ' 4 50 " 3 00
47 " finest straight goat, Waukenphast, " 5 00 3 50
G4 " finest Dongola ' common sense, " 4 50 44 3 00
71 44 fine dull finished Dongola, button, common sense 44 4 5 0 4 4 2 75
9 44 finest patent leather, hand, turned, 44 6 5 0 4 4 2 50
8 44 fine Dongola4 cloth top, lace, patent tip, 44 4 00 44 2 50
32 44 44 44 patent tip, lace, 44 3 5 0 4 4 2 50
103 44 44 44 plain to. short vamp, 44 3 0 0 4 4 2 00
- OXFORD TIES OK LOW SHOES.
47 pairs best kid, common sense, hand turned,
54 44 44 44 opera toe, plain. 44 44
46 44 44 44 44 44 patent tip, hand turned
14 44 best patent leather, cloth tops 44
31 44 fine patent leather vamps, oo.o tops, hand turned
14 cloth tops,
29 44 44 44 44 44 kid tops,
10 44 44 44 44 44 duchess,
35 44 fine kid, opera toe,
74 44 44 44 common sense,
18 44 ' 44 44 square toe, tip,
28 44 44 44 southern ties,
i4 44 French kid, bronze, '
25 44 bronze Theo ties,
17 44 ooze' strap slippers, different shades 44
There is quite a number of small lots, 2, 3 and 4 p
which will be sold atra mere song. With the opei.n:'
are determined to show the grandest stock of lino 1
Its a spieniu
ever had, and thus it is that we have made these big reductions at considerably less than the manufacturing cost,
buy the very finest goods at a less price than cheaper goods are being sold for.
U W I
Sh oe Store 1804 Second avenu.1.