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THE AEGUS, TUESDAY JUNE G, 18955.
-: CITYCHAT. ;
Strawberries at Hess Bros'.
Spring chickens at Hess Bros'.
A few bicycles left at McIIugh's.
Spring chickens at Moeller Bros.'
Bicycles on easy payments at Me
Hugh's, J. II. Foster, of Drury, w as in the
A full line of fresh vegetables at
DritVill S Cleim's removal sale will
be for cash only.
Chamois in white and tans at 90
cents at Bennett's.
Wash leather glove sale at 90 cents
a pair at Bonnet t- -
Wash leather gloves 90 cents for
one week at Bennett's.
Neat office room for rent. Inquire
at 1820 Second avenue.
All canned fruit at cost at Driflill
& Gleim's removal sale.
John Barton, of Coal Valley, was a
Kock Island visitor today.
Olives and olive oil cheap at Drif
fill & Glenn's removal sale.
The cutest small silver watches
and chains at J. Hamser & Son's.
Half pound can baking powder 10
cents at Priftill & Glenn's removal
Pickles cheaper than ever before
offered, at Driflill & Gleim's removal
Immeuse line of silver chatelaine,
watches and chains at J. llaniser &
Hugh Curtis, of Minneapolis, is
visiting his parents. Ctl. and Mrs.
Go to SutclilTe's. for wall paper,
the largest and linest selected stock
in the Northwest.
Jssse Underwood, singing evange
list, is holding services at Ninth
street M. K. church.
Low rates to Denver, Pueblo, and
Colorado Springs this week at JIc
Hugh's ticket office.
Notice Looslev's special sale an
nouncement. fifth page. Thirty
eight different st vies.
All the head officers of the M. W.
A. are expected to attend the Wood
men log rolling June 22.
Lost An account book belonging
to the Twiu,City Ice company.
Finder leave at Commercial house.
Don't miss the chance to lay in a
supply of choice groceries. They
are cheap at Driflill & Gleim's re
moval sale. 0
Hon. Ben T. Cable arrived at the
Harper this morning and is spending
the day in'tTA- city. He leaves for
St. Louis in the morning.
At an election yesterday at Free
port, for a member of the board of
education. Mrs. Caroline Ilea was
defeated by William Trember by 745
The track of the Tower line of the
street railway company iias been ele
vated to the proper grade on Seven
teenth street between Third and
There is still no settlement of the
carpenters" lockout. The men held
another meeting this morning but
have not returned to work nor does
there seem to be any probability that
A citizen who attempted to board
the electric sprinkler for a street car
this morning and got an electric
bath wondered what the people who
witnessed the ludicrous mistake were
Grand excursion on steamer Verne
Swain and barge Little Verne, to
Muscatine and return, Sunday. June
11. Leaves Kock Island 10:15 a. m.
Music by Hiurich's band of Clinton,
la. Fare for the round trip $1.
The meeting of the note signers in
connection with the Twin City Co
lumbian tract called for last evening
at the rooms of the Kock Island Citi
zens' Improvement association was
postponed until some future time.
Sutcliffe keeps things moving. To
stand still is to go backward. The
way to push things is to offer more
for less money than any one else.
This Sutcliffe is always doing and in
doing it, he is constantly doing a
The Masonic grand lodge of the
state of Iowa convened this morning
in Davenport, a procession passing
through the principal streets from the
Burtis opera house to the Turner
Granil open house where the con
vention is held.
There is trouble among some of the
switchmen in the Kock Island yards.
Last night Charles Farrell had" John
Caplias arrested for breach of the
peace in threatening to do great
bodily injury and the case is in hear
ing this afternoon.
Members of the Kock Island and
Moline Amateur Musical club who
have sent for tickets to the conven
tion of women's amateur musical
clubs, to be held at the World's Co
lumbian exposition (recital hall) June
. 21, 22, 23, and 24', can get them by
a indication at once to Mrs. J.
Kimball, 730 Nineteenth street. "
Adjutant General Orendorff, of the
state militia, has called an election
in Company A, on the evening of
June 12, to" elect a captain of Com
pany A, and to attend to such other
matters as may present themselves.
Maj. W. T. Channon is to preside.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M.
C. A. will give a social Thursday
evening for the purpose of giving
the friends of the association an op
portunity to inspect the building.
There will be music and refresh
ments. Miss Eliza Moeller leaves this
evening for Cleveland, O., where she
will act as bridesmaid at the wed
ding of her cousin. Will Luekin, to
Miss Schulte.. On her way back,
Miss Moeller will visit some time
at the World's Fair on her return.
WillianvB. Swan and wife residing
on Twenty-first street near the city
limits mourn the loss of their - little
infant daughter Grace who died at 4
o'clock this morning of bronchitis,
aged 10 months anil 5 days. The
funeral will be held from the bere
aved home at 2 o'clock on Wednes
Sutcliffe wants to impress upon
everybody that he makes it a cardi
nal principle to sell at small mar
gins. There is . an extreme large
ness in his littleness, at the same
time he is big in greatness because
his inducements are great. The bar
gains he offers on fine wall paper are
big. The stock he carries is large.
If he is satisfied with small margins,
you ought to be pleased with the big
bargains you get by buying your
wall paper at SutclilTe's.
K. S. Silvis is prostrated at his
home on Twentieth street as the re
sult of a runaway accident near
Watertown on Decoration day. One
of Mr. Silvis' spirited horses became
unmanageable on account of a line
breaking and he was thrown from
his rig. He w as brought home anil
thought not to be seriously injured
at the time, but since then his in
juries have developed more serious
and he is unable to be around. Lis
lower extremities seeming to be the
When persons pay an honest price
for A No. 1 wall paper they want hon
est goods, ami if they don't get them
no amount of palaver can smooth
over the deception that has been
practiced upon them. Sutcliffe in
vites a trial of his wall paper by
those accustomed to trade elsewhere.
He wants to convince them that he is
not only the leading. dealea but tht his
goods are better and in greater vari
ety than can be found elsewhere.
The quicker you go the better. Go
I had a malignant breaking out on my K-j
below the knee, and wascured sound and w
with two and a half Jetties, of U
Other blood medicines had failed ggffiS....
to do me any good. Will C. Beatv.
A Powerful Ktlltorlal.
The writing editor of a certain Cleveland
newspaper is a man who is ordinarily as
impervious to compliments as a stonewall
is to bird shot. The other day, however,
he was forced to blush at praise. A wel
known man in that town had by soma
means been reported dead, and the editor,
having known him well, set about prepar
ing an obituary editorial worthy of the oc
casion. When it was all done, and he had
a proof of it before him, in walked the man
The editor was surprised.
"I just heard," said the visitor, "that a
rumor was abroad to the effect that I had
gone over, and I came in to prove to you
that it was not correct."
"We heard alout it," said the editor,
"and I just fixed you up a little something
here as a token of our esteem," and to
handed over the proof.
The man read it through carefully and
with evident gratification.
"By Jove, old fellow," he said fervently,
taking the editor's hand, "after reading
that editorial I'm almost sorry the rumor
Then the editor blushed. DetToft Free
A rbyslologlcal Kancy.
It is surprising how many people believe
fhnt. th nt.im tmrfv of & man is renewed
every seven years exactly. This used to be
' taught in books, and although not ortho
dox now is still accepted as gospel by
To show its Inaccuracy one has onlyto
hit a nail on his linger hard enough, for in
that case the injured object will come off
and be replaced by an entirely new nail.
If this process occupied seven yeara Buch
an accident would le a very tiresome af
fair, but as any mechanic will tell yon, ii
only occupies a few weeks. The growth is
more rapid summer than winter, but
never taking more than four months.
' So far as the nails are concerned, then
the renewal process is repeated about 21
times during the regulation seven years,
and the t heory is thus destroyed, even if no
other proofs of its falsity were forthcoming.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Fall Into Line.
Join ttie great procession ! It marcbea to vic
tory! It knos no defeat ! Inscribed on its ban
j nere ie tbe inspiring battle cry, "Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery." Its line if march
extend' across the continent and around tbe
world ! A happy illustration of the popularity
and success of this world famed remedy. Tis
everywhere relieving pain, inspiring ho. c, caring
' disease ! For all blood disorders it is acknowl
edged the safest, the most thorough, the best 1
The liver aod kidneys respond at once to the in
' vlgorating tonch ; through, them the whole syetcm
is cleaned and built up anew.
' If you are sick, indisposed, debilitated, weak,
' snfferimr from malaitous or other poisons, toii'H
find the "Golrten Medical Discovery" the remedy
par excellence to restore yon.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Homes 40 Hears the Standard.
I was troubled from childhood with nns
eravntfrt case of Tetter, and three bottles
cured me permanently.
Wall Am Mim,
Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases mailct
free. Swift Sracmo Co-Atlanta, tta
Jubilee Concert !
Friday, June 9ch.
Composed for the ccranion.
Cowen's Song of Thanksgiv
ing Handel's Messiah
Prof. (;. E. Griffith
Director and soloist.
Mr. Clarence Eddy
of Ch casjo orgmHt.
(ireat Pipe Organ, built for the
Double Orchestra. "
Frices $1, 50c, 25c.
BWSrats on sale at Harper flou-e Drug Store
and Angustana Book Concern.
,)l IS11.KK TKXT. I NIYKKSITY I'AKK,
FKIDAV, JI NK SUh. 1". M.
RK or IN NEED?
, Want money
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bouse
Want to exchange an thing
Want te sell household gonds
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
VSK THESE COLUMNS.
pHR daily akgis delivered atyour
A door ever? eremng for 1SV4C per week.
ANTED A GOOD DINING KOOM GIRL
and cook at Commercial house.
FOR PALE NEW HOUSEHOLD U RMlTURE
at SiHl Tweity-fouith street. A bargain if
taken at once.
I OST-A BABY'S WHITE FLANNEL en AWL
i on Fifteenth street between First und
Fourth avenues last evenin r. Finder pletse
leave at this office.
WANTED GLAZIERS: SHOP WORK;
steady employment for rapid workers.
Tbe Morvan Co , Wc-t Twenty second and Union
t-treets, Chicago, 111.
FOUND ON SEVENTESNT1I STREET AND
Seventh avneue, a lady's jnckut, protcibly
fell from a Tower car. Owner may have same by
apDlyins at KJ7 Seventeenth ttreet, and paying
r CLAIRVOYANT.- SEE THE GREAT CALI
l fornia Clairvoyant at Ken tor house. Moline,
for a short time only. Room 1 and S. one flk'ht
up, ladies' entrance. Sixteenth s.'rett. Ladies.
50 cents to SI ; frcutltmeii, SI .
AGENTS WANTED AGENTS TOTAKE OR
ders In every town and city: commission or
liberal salary to saccessfaJ solicitors: stead
work. Send references and secure territory
promptly. Ellwangcr & Barry, Mt. Hope nurser
ies, Rochester, N. .
WANTED TWO OR THREE MKNTOREP
resent our well known bouse in this Mate.
Our men handle five or six lines of articles which
enables us to pay handsome wages. Salaries
ranee from $71 to $l'i" a month, acconliDfr to ma
terial in the men. L. L. May & Co., St. Paul,
Minn., nurserymen, flortsts, seedsmen, seed po
tatoes. Implements, etc.
'miii HI ti' IZU.T T, K n. v . Mi, H
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove hsvine a tank that cannot be taken on
for filling, unless the burners arJ closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
Move having an indicator to show when tbe
burners are opc-l or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
ttovc having glass tubes to show the drip -pint;
of ga-oline when the stov in use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burners that cam c t be opened
farther than necessary.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all pans made of material
which cannot n-st.
1615 and 1617 Secot d vriu-.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the fcnest brands of domestic
nil iiiiort!d r.iirnr. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all tbe ball games wiU be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue.
For the beginrrne of Summer
visit all departments.
SILKS for beauty, style and
omfort, at silk counter
WOOL FABRICS, novelties in
weaves varied in c lots.
UMBRELLAS for the summer
and rain, atUmbre la stand
LAWJNS, muslins, mulls, defy
the heat, expense not great,
pr duces "fetching" effects,
at cotton goods counter.
suutHS or din,It,N
can't miss t!t-n-
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nua r.KY an i s
111,11 lf ; y
RIBBOXS nd w,...s.
ma aia . nvn-. at
w,v.t vimui; in seaso
in beauty and wort
this store is headqua
The Columbia :
These Prices Speak for themselve
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
Our Q 23 Lace Curtains now - - - 03
ur 5 50 Lace Curtains now - - - 4
Our 4 50 Lace Curtains now ... 3 &s
Take your choice out f ash basket full for 10c. Buy sow
Gent s Neckties.
1 ii... : V J a' j 1 1 , ,
ji. urjgui juu iuui-iu uauu, puu auu l?Ltt.s iu ail SliautrS, TO
choice for 2oc 25o. They will be sure to move x tV
: 1 .1
Patent Mop Stick at 8c. 3-hoop Wooden Pails 15c. H:te l!:t: ;,e
uj. Spaulding National Lcagrue f 1.25, Parlor Matcht -I k-a a k-
F O. YOUNG, Proprietor
1728 Second A v.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow located in bis new building at the corner of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. Bo'lSWriKLD. IV EET!E.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitted
House Heating and .Sanitarv Plumbing.
22: Tw. nv.-h-::
GE-EATLiY "REDUCED PRICES
On all small lots, mostly narrow widths, in the finer grades of Ladies' Shoes and Oxford Tics at the
m Jo) P7
We have placed our Fall orders with the manufacturers for our immense new stock in Ladies Fine Shoes. While thrse
goods are being made, we are determined to dispose of all small lots, particularly narrow widths, now in stock, i'ote the
lace were $6 00
LACE AND BUTTON SHOES.
20 pairs linest kid, hand turned, square tip, cloth top, were $6 00 uow 1 00
.i . button
French common sense,
bronze, cloth top. French kid, lace,
tinest lined kid, blucher style,
M. & K. foot form,
" 44 44 hand welt, common sense,
linest kid, hand turned, picadilly lace,
44 44 44 44 English last, buttou,
44 44 hand welt, button, opera toe,
linest donjjola 44 44 14 44 44
linest straight goat, 44 Waukcnphast,
linest Dongola 44 44 common sense,
line dull finished Dongola, button, common sense
finest patent leather, hand turned,
line Dongola4 cloth top, lace, patent tip,
32 44 44 44 patent tip, lace,
103 44 44 44 plain toe, short vamp.
ever had, and thus it is that we have made these big re'duction?
buy the very finest goods at a less price than cheaper goods are
Shoe BVoie 104 Second venue.
OXFORD TIES OK LOW SHOES.
47 pairs best kid, common sense, hand turned, w
5 1 44 44 44 opera toe, plain, 4 44
46 4 4 4 4 " patent tip, hand turned
14 44 best patent leatker, teloth tops 4
31 44 line patent leather vamps, ooze tops, hand turned
14 44 ,4 - " cloth tops,
29 44 44 44 " kid tops,
10 44 44 duchess,
35 44 line kid, opera too,
74 44 44 4 common sense,
Is 44 44 44 square too, tip, 44
28 44 44 southern ties,
i4 44 French kid, bronze,
25 44 bronze Theo ties,
17 44 ooze strap slippers, different shades
There is quite a number of small lots, 2, 3 and 4 jm
which will be sold at a mere song. With the opening t
are determined to show the grainiest stock of Fine F..i-.v
lit considerably less than the manufacturing cost. Its a splendid "j ;
M. & K..
Clothing Stote at the Old St