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THE AEGUS, MONDA Y, JUXE 5, 1893
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Spring chickens at Hess Bros.''
Two pound can peas 10c at Hess
k Bros.' .
Buv your carpet at Clemann &
Refrigerators on easy payment at
Strawberries, pineapples and cher
ries at Hess Bros.' ' ;
Two three pound cans of peaches
for 25c at Hess Bras.1
Notice. Loosley's card fifth page.
Dinner sots Friday and Saturday.
Ladies" feather weight silk under
vests 4 4e this week at McCabe Bros'.
G Children's undervests 18inSc. 20in
4c, 22in 5c. 24in 6e at McCabe Bros'.
Tomorrow will be the lirst day of
registration for the school election.
W. C. ti.anning, of Detroit, Mich.,
is in the city on a short visit to
See the line of sideboards just
what you want, at Clemann & Salz
Baby carriages a new line at
Huckstaedt's, Easy payment. No
Cucumbers, tomataes, beets and
a full line of home grown vegetables
at Hess Bros.
Special sale of fine dining tables
Tuesday and sideoards.y and Wednes
Extension tables, the largest as
sortment in the three cities, at Cle
mann & Salzmann's.
Carpets Many handsome patterns
still in stock to select from at Cle
mann vv Salzmann's.
Kev. Wiley Essex, Henry Murdock
and Judge Thorp, of Drury. were in
the city today on business.
James Wivill came down from Wi
nona. Minn., on Saturday evening to
spend a few days with friends.
Frank Bowman lias returned from
a trip to his old home in Boston,
where he made a pleasant visit.
Ladies' vests Sc. ladies' vests 4e,
6c, 8c, lJSc, and upwards at the un
derwear sale this week at McCabe
Mrs. A. C. Whitridge,
daughter, of San Jose, Cal.
iting at the residence of
The Williams concert
and the Appel orchestra leave tomor
row for Orion where they give an
J. W. Totter left for Chicago last
evening to attend the anti-trust con
ference as one of the delegates from
the state of Illinois.
Owing to the threatening unsettled
condition of the weather the band
concert at the Tower yesterday after
noon was abandoned.
The regular monthly meeting ot
the W. C. T. U. w ill be held tomor
row afternoon at the Y. M. C. A.
building, at 3 o'clock.
The grandest bargains in summer
underwear that have ever been
known in this country ean be iiad
this week at McCabe Bros'.
Guido Beck, now located at ' Du-'
buque, has been spending a few days
in the city with his bride, he having
been married there lat week.
The largest and most complete
line of chamber suits ean now be
seen at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Their prices are the lowest and goods
We are showing the largest line of
parlor suits and fancy rockers, in the
eity, at prices that others will not
meet. Easy payment at cash prices.
It is probable that an ordinance
will be presented to the citv council
tonight for the paving of a block on !
Seventeenth street from Third to"
Fourth avenues. j
A. M. Blakesley, of this city, w as
electeil vice-president of .the National J
Stove Manufacturers' association at
its Meeting at the Palmer house in '
Chicago on Friday.
Mrs. M. F. Bahnsen, of Peoria, has;
been visiting her parents, Capt. John .
Peetz and wife, for some time. Her ,
visit was brightened by the arrival
of a bright little son on Saturday. j
Backward season enabled McCabe
Bros, to buy a lot of summer under
wear at their own offer, away they .
go on Monday and while they
last 8c, 4c, 2c, "tie, 8c, 10c, etc. See j
John Olson and Henrv Johnson ofi
Moline were arrested by Oflicer
Ohlweiler last night for fast driving
on Moline avenue. They were fined
$5 and costs each this morning bv
A meeting of the signers of the
Columbian note has been called for
this evening at the rooms of the Bus
iness Men's association. The attend
ance of all the endorsers is urgently
desired, and it is to the interest oT
every one of them to be present.
The will-of the late Mrs. Martha'
K. Pinneo was filed for probate in the'
county court on Saturday. It bears!
date of April 8, 1886, and is witnessed
by M. M. Corbett and Emil Warn
ecke. By its terms the entire - estate
is left to her husband, Capt." E.f P.
Pinneo. - 1
The matrimonial bans were an
nounced in St. Joseph's church yes
terday between Lee Pfau and Miss
Mamie Brennan and it. C. Wivill and
Mrs. Catharine Farrell. The mar
riage of the latter occurs at St.
Joseph's church next Wednesday
morning at 8 o'clock.
The date of the concert to be given
at Harper's theatre by Prof. S. T.
Bowlby's piano pupils, has been
changed from June 20 to June 19.
The pupils will be assisted by the
First Presbyterian church choir of
Davenport, and some of our own
choice vocal talent. The professor
will give to any one selling the larg
est number of tickets a half term of
music lessons. The admission will
be 35 and 25 cents. Tickets at his
residence, 1414 Third avenue.
D.ll.Bowlby is considering the ques
tion of a popular concert at Harper's
theatre to start a fund for the sum
mer evening concerts in Spencer
square. There is no doubt that our
local musical talent would assist in
making the entertainment one of the
very best. A concert for the pur
pose indicated would enlist the in
terest of every young lady and gen
tleman in the city, in fact, of all our
citizens, for the concerts are a ben
efit to the whole city. This being
the World's Fair year and many
strangers being in this vicinity, the
concerts should be given, and the
sooner they commence the better.
Start the fund and th! people will
Paid Hi Life for His Wroillf Dtting.
BrFFALo, June 5. A special dispatch
from Chautauqua to The Kxpress says:
Mrs. Colton, a well-known lady of this
place, went to the office of Dr. Elderkins
to receive professional treatment. About
an hour afterward Mrs. Colton was found
lying on the floor dead and the doctor on
the lounge in a "lying condition. A letter
found lying on his table reads: "Mrs. Col
ton died of heart failure and I have taken
my own life with morphine used hypoder
mically. No use; can't save me". No nee I
of autopsy. Must die, but hate to leave
my friends." The doctor has since died.
His will was found in a bundle o: papers
lying by his side. He had performed a
criminal operation on the woman.
Notliins Cnwrtuin Al ut .Morton.
TOPKKA, Kas., .7 ni:e 5. The publication
of a letter Irom J. Sterling Morton, secre
tary of agriculture, to J. F. Lee, a promi
nent Kansas Democrat who was active in
hts denunciation of the People's party and
fusion last fall, ta.-is created a sensation.
The secretary says he is opposed to fusion
or ihe surrender of any principle; that the
money fallacies of the G.-a!:i platform em
bodied in legislation would ruia 'he coun
try; that he is opposed to the Sherman law
and to free coinage at 412.5 grains as Ions
as an ounce of silver is selling at less than
the par value of the coin.
Say tlie Finn Will ray.
CkICAco, Juue 5. SchafFuer & Co.,
bankers of this city, have made an assign
ment, the result of the mysterioifci dis
appearance of Herman Sch.iff ner, who is
believed to have wandered away in mental
aberration. Jacob Xewman. attorney for
the bank, says that an invet!gation shows
that no bank anywhere will lose a ct-r.
by the suspension and that even with
forced liquidation the linn is 'amply aide
pay all its obligations. SehufTuer's friends
have offered iM reward for any reliable
information of his whereabouts.
Moll Law vs. Colorado .aw.
ClllPl'LK CUEKIi. June 5 The Michigan
Pipe company's agent at Denver lias
shipped in a car-load of Italians to work
upon the new reservoir. There is a camp
law against the employment, of Chinese or
Italians and the foreigners were no sooner
unloaded than, a delegation of 100 cit'ii
waited on them ami demanded in no uncer
tain tones that they leave the camp.
Knd of tlie II ouieKteuil Case.
PlTVSUL'KU, June 5. Probdbly the last
move in the famous Ilon;e-tend caes has
been made in .rim:ual court. The -iws
against the ollic.nls of the Carnegie Steel
company were withdrawn and ."ill uf tue
strikers were released on their own recog
nizance to come when wanted, and no
bonds were required.
fttate l.all Keeortl.,
Chicago. June 5. Following are the
scores at base ball made by League clubs:
At Philadelphia Cincinnati 5, Philadel
phia 11; at Baltimore Louisville 1, Balti
more v; at Washington Pittsburg r
Washington 5; at Boston Cleveland 6,
Boston 9; at Npw York St. Louis 0, New
York 4; at Brooklyn Chicago 7. Brook
The J"reilent Arrive at Home.
WASHINGTON, June 5. President Cleve
land has returned to Washington from his
fishing trio at Cape Charles, Va. He was
driven first to the White House, where he
stayed half an hour. He then called for
his carriage tnd was driven to "Woodier,"
his summer villa in the suburbs.
Ives Beat the Englishman.
London, June 5. The international bil
liard match between Frank Ives and John
Roberts has ended, and Ives has won
6.000 to 3,831. In the closing night's play
Ives got the balls together and ran 653
before he stopped.
' ' "iTdwlA luTotb on Bfla Ueath Bed.
New York, June 5. Edwin Booth Is
lying at the Player's club in a very critical
condition, and from what can be learned
his death js. likely to occur at any moment.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-used in Millions of Homes 40 tfaia the Standard.
UiieV reWbjrteriiTu Secedes. '- - .'
Albany, N. Y., June 5. Rev. Dr. Jas.
Ecob, of the Second Presbyterian churcn
ot this city, in his morning sermon re
nounced his allegiance to the Presbyterian
denomination because of the decision '
the general assembly in the Briggs case.
Jubilee Concert !
Friday, June 9ih.
Composed for the ccasion.
Cowcn's Song of Thanksgiv
ing Handel's Messiah
Prof, i. E. Griffith
Director nd soloist.
Mr. Clarence Eddy
of Chicago organist.
Great Pipe Organ, built for the
friers $1, 50c, 25c.
H? feats on sale at Harper Ilou'f Drug Store
and Angustuna Book Concern.
Jl ltll.KK TKXT, ITXIYKKSITY I'AKK,
FKIItAV, JI NK Otlt. 8 P. M.
TIK YOU IX NEED?
Want a conk
Want board its
Wain a partner
Want a 6-iua'ion
Want to rent rooms
Want h servant gnl
Waul to ecll a txrm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchanpc am thing1
Want te Fell household poods
Want to make any realestate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
1SK TIIESE COLUMNS. .
THE DAILY A KG US DELIVERED AT YOUR
door ever evening for 11 He per week.
AN TED A CiOOD 11N!NG V.OOM GIKL
and cook at Commercial house.
FOR SALE NB.W Hi.USSHOLD U RSlTl'RR
at S O Twei ty-fouith street A bargain if
taken at once.
FOR SAI.K NEW KJ1.DING BED AND
other furniture at S00 Twt my-fourlh street.
Bargain if tukeu iu ck.
WANTED GUZlERs: MIOP WRK;
Heady employmect for rapid workers.
The Morgan Po , We?t Twecty eccond and Union
streets, Chicago. III.
FOUND ON SEVENTH JNTH STREET AND
Seventh avneuc. a ladj's jacket, probibly
fell from a Tower car. Owner may have fame by
applying at 637 Seventeenth street, and paying
CLAIRVOYANT. SEE THE GREAT OALI
J fornia Clairvoyant at K cat or house, Moline,
for a short time only. lioora 1 and 2, one flight
ni, ladies' entrance. Sixteenth s'reet. Ladies.
50 cents to 1 ; pi ntkmen, $1 .
AGENTS WANTED AGENTS TO TAKE OR
ders In every town and city ; commission or
lihera! satarv to snccessTai solicitors; stctdv
work. Send refereno-s and secure territory
promptly. Ellwanjicr i Barry, lu llope nurser
ies, Rochester, N. i .
WANTED TWO OK THREE MKNTOREP
rcsent. our well known house in this state.
Our men handle five or six lines of arlic.es which
enables, ns to pay handsome wanes. Salaries
ranee from $75 to f 12j a morrth, cccordins to ma
terial in the men. L. 1. Jlay A Co., '.. Paul,
.M inn , r.urserymen, flortsts, seedsmen, seed po
tatoes. implements, etc
is the bttt skin lotion in !e. It contains no
mineral or oil v eubstancos. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Uoom 15, Dittoe Block, Davenport, corner
Third aud Brady.
'4 pasro Medical treatise coiitaiiilnc much infor
mation aod many valuable receipts free upon ap
House Raising and Moving-
liaising brick buildings especially
Address E- A. ROUNDS,
1515 Seventh Avenue. Box 121
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havinz a tank that cannot be taken off
for filling, unless the burners are closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
store having an indicator to show when the
burners are opeii or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havinc glass tubes to show the drip
ping of gasoline when the at jV : i- in use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burners that cam 1 1 be opened
farther than necessary.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
siove having all pans made of material
which cannot rrst.
1615 and 1617 Secoi.d vrin.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported ciear. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
For the beginning of Summer
visit all departments.
SILKS for beauty, style and
cimforixat eilk counter
WOOL FABRICS, novelties in
wea'ea. varied in vc forp.
UMBrvfcLLAS for the gammer
and rain, atUmbre la stand
LAWNS, muslins, mulls, defy
the heat, expense not great,
produces "fetching" effectB,
at cotton go.jds counter.
scotch ami ,U
gandies r t ln-Lbr
can't mips th-m.
TT yr. v--
nuo.bui an I Ki0?
nety-mark- j s,y!(.
RIBBONS ..a.i ;,r 8.
SUMMER FLAXXELs for
m at a. mi at Cov
For everything in sea;
in beauty and v0r
this store is heada
The Columbia :
These Prices Speak for themsel
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
Our $6 23 Laca Curtains now
'ur 5 50 Lace Curtains now ...
Our 4 50 Lace Curtains now
Take your choice out cf ash basket full for 10c. Buys
A bright job four-in hand, puff and tecks in all shadrs
cnoice ior zoc zos. iney win De sure to move at tb
prices; couie early and get y ur pick.
Patent Mop Stick at 8c 3-hoop Wooden Pails l"c. Hu-e
tip. Spanldinj National League 1.25, Parlor M:itche h- a j a- k-
F G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aifl Dispensing Fharmacisl
Is now located in his new building at the corner of Fifth avtuue
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. EO'ESFIELD. "-" V ?lT.V.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas
House Heatinjr and Sanitary Plumbing. - - i-
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
On all small lots, mostly narrow widths, in the finer grades of Ladies' Shoes and Oxford Ties at ihe
We have placed our Fall orders with the manufacturers for our immense new stock in Ladies Fine Shoes. While tli
goods are being made, we are determined to dispose of all small lots, particularly narrow widths, now in stock. iSoi u
LACE AND BUTTON SHOES.
20 pairs iinest kid, hand turned, square tip, cloth top. were G 00 now 4 00
laeo were 6 00
French ' ' ' common sense,
bronze, cloth top, French kid, lace,
" finest lined kid, blucher style,
' M. & K. foot form,
(. hand welt, common sense,
" ' finest kid, hand turned, picadilly lace,
' ' ' " English last, button,
' , hand welt, button, opera toe,
4 finest donola "
" finest straight goat, Waukeuphast,
finest Dongola 4 " common sense,
fine dull finished Dongola, button, common sense
finest patent leather, hand turned,
'fvline Dongola' cloth top, lace, patent tip,
"r7 " - " patent tip, lace.
plain toe, short van) p.
OXFORD TIES OR LOW SHOES.
47 pairs best kid, common sense, hand turned, wrie
opera toe, plain, ' "
patent tip, hand turned
best patent leather, cloth tops
tine patent leather vamps, ooze tops, hand turned '
. " kid tops,
fine kid, opera toe,
" ' common sense,
" square toe, tip,
"' " southern ties,
French kid, bronze,
bronze Theo ties,
ooze strap slippers, different shades
There is quite a number of small lots, 2, 3 and 1 p
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which will be sold at a mere song. With the opening i
3 grandest stock of' line rumni
are determined to show the
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 1
Its a splendid "IV
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Shoe Store r 04 Second avetTJ
Clothing Stole at the Old