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TILE A11GDS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1893.
Friiii. comfort ami improvement and
tnl- ll) rtrson:l' enjoyment when
. t 1 Tin, lltlTIV bpt.
rthin others anil enjoy lite more, wuli
V,'.Mi'inliture, liy more promptly
l-mllii" 'lie worm of. 'niuti3 iu
0 lien Is OI pnysicai oini;, nm inii-.-i.
,o value to health of the pure liquid
:,-, nrineifle embraced ia the
Mi-" i i
iimIv, Svnip of l'lirs
It- t"x'i ili'Mi-o is due to its presenting
.i. , '..iiii most neeontahle and pleas-
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1 .......ni.li.u s.t n iti.rli.f.r kv.
: (tli'itu.illy cleaning the system,
lliiig colds," headaches and levers
in " : . . .... 1 ;
i.i. i, .nt v riiniiL consimaiion.
t h:i- eiv. ii satisfaction to millions ana
with the approval of the medical
n.iVMii, because it acts on the Kid-
l.ivt r and Bowels without wcak
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v.Z uit'in aim u i- -eni-in u.e nuui
v, rv (ilij.'ctionahle substance.
vriin'"f Fisrs is for sale ly all drug--t-
in ."' 'f and $1 bottles, hut it ia man
., tnr.Mi liv the California Fisr Svruii
'.i.nihv . vvhoe name is printed on every
, U the name. s-vrm of Fisrs.
ml Ix iiii: well informed, you will not
any substitute if otl'cred.
j g. tiSlDY.
T. B. it E IDT.
R':v, :ii i! n-.m-'iL't' property on romminMnn,
i! r-.' !:r . r' ".re rfiit , &io c;iTry l:n' of first
i::;r:.voe rritiiiwti.e. luil..ii;g 1ms 'or
. .i 'he: tliTtiiT :uld:timi. Choice residence
; -) i a'.' ;--;r- of the city.
:!'-jni t. A LymW' tmilding. cro-md
- .'T. ;r. rc:tr of X iu ht ll X Lyiiiie hank.
!tv r..i .is iW D'-aler stid Importer of
hies and Liquors
I'ilG "in! liils Third Av
I'm t" Ii. V,'F.XIT,)
Merchant -:- Tailor.
113 EiphtPeu'th Strt-et.
Vvl .; mi I Workmanship Guar-
larinpand Repairing Done.
3 s h
FELL MAXY FEET.
Miss Gecrgie Roby's Horrible
F.-.te in a Hotel.
SAD ENU OF A GIRLISH FE0LI0.
Th MkIu-k a MlHHtep Into An Ktpyatorat
the Klmli.il Hne. U Pr-lpltatel
Fourteen 1-eet ami 4 arrled ltetween the
fable and a Wlierl-CruHhed to Drath.
A sad termination came to a "-irl-ish
frolic at the Kimball house at
Davenport Saturday night. At 9:12
p. ni. three young ladies of Musca
tine hoard c 1 the train at that place,
hound for Davenport to spend Sun
day in the three cities, according to
the statement of one of the part v.
They were landed in Davenport at
10:2.5 and entered the Kiml.nll house'
and registered as Misses Ceorgie
Loyd. (Jlennie Loved and Pearl
Loved, Ot iimwa. The divergence
in the spelling of the names is suffi
cient to indicate the fact that the
girls inten led to have their good
time on tin- ijiiict. There is nothing
to show, however, that thev iiicirl
tated anything more than a' Sundav
outing. Their real names were
Ceorgie and Elsie Kol.y. listers, and
Mft a I'riitlitfnl l ate.
The Democrat tells of the terrible
fall that anaired one of the party:
A bell boy was'called to .-how the
girls to ro nn 3:?. on the fourth tloor.
lie accompanied them to the en
trance to the elevator shaft on the
otlice tloor. and rang for the ear.
which was in the upper part of the
building. Due or two other parties
lu'Milos th ; girls were" waiting for
theelevat r. and it seems sonic one
remarked There it comes."' as tin
elevator started to descend, (leor-
gie Koby, who was Manding nearest
the door t the shaft with Tier back
toward it. evidently understood that
t he elevat r was down, and turned.
pushed open the door and stepped
in. A err arose from those who
were near her as it was seen that she
had stepp-d off into space. I: wasre-
spouileil to liy a groam (coin the bot
tom of th dark hole and then all
(iroillld to Il'Htll.
In answer o the shouts the eleva
tor boy sl ipped the car about mid
way in its descent. Lights were
hastily prciired. and the shaft was
entered ot the flour below, were the
unfortunate girl was discovered, al-
readv ilea I. She hail fallen between
Ilieeaiiie all'! t lie large fevolvin"
wheel aro ind which it moved, and
was carrit d ur.dcr the wheel in that
manner. The stopping of the eleva
tor had le t her entangled vs that
several m n.iti s were le'itlifeil to get
t he bod V t l ee.
Drs. K. S. H owman and Craw
ford were summoned, and an ex
amination showed ii streak i f red ex
tending diag'noiiy across the front
of the boi y from one shoulder to the
lower line ot tin- w:u-t on the oppo
site siile. Ahi.e eorresponiiing to tin
on thebaik was the double line of
the grooved wheel, each flange leav
ing its m irk without breaking tin
skin. Pie' ween cable and w heel tht
poor girl liad been crushed, and her
neck was dislocated. She had died
almost iii-tantaneous! v and without
suffering, the light of consciousness
having gone out with the first con
tact with the cable and wheel. The
fall was a unit 14 feet.
Tender hands carried the body to
the room which had been assigned
to the gir . and her companion1 be
fore the fatal accident. The latter
naturally were distracted by the ter
rible event. 1 he sister being nearly
crazed wi h grief. The mother of
the dead girl was telegraphed to.
She live at Muscatine with a second
husband, named Si hamburger, her
former husband, the father of the
dead girl, being deceased. Just how
the girl managed to open the door
of the elevator -haft is hard to deter
Lew D )ckstaeder's minstrels de
lighted a air sized audience at Har
per's theatre Saturday iight. This
organization, which lias always been
in the fr tit rank, comes this year
better than ever. The inimitable
Lew has a fresh lot of specialties and
originalit:es. while he is supported
bv some of the linest features in the
niinstrel line ever seen upon the
stage lici t .
Of the t lie "Si Perkins'' company
to be seen at Harper's theatre to
night. I he Fiinghampton Leader says:
"K. A. Locke's domestic play. -Si
Perkins." or -The tiirl I Left Pehind
Me.' was presented to a good sized
audience at the opera houe last
evening. The spectators were eon
vulscd'Vi.h laughter during the en
tire perfo "nianee. There are many
ludicrous situations and the piece
abounds i i genuine wit and humor.
Sam T. Pi Hon. as -Si Perkins." filled
the roll admirably. 'Zana.' a Uyp
sv waif, was well" impersonated by j
Miss Lilli- Coleman. The latter two
entertain d the audience w ith choiee
musical selections and were warmly
encored The threshing machine
scene was very natural. The saw
mill and railroad scene in the second
act was tl e most realistic ever seen
on any strge in Uinghampton. The
play was a good plot, and the com
pany is vcrv capable. The audience,
judging from the continuous laugh
ter andtte evidence of appreciation,
much enjoyed the performance."
The Weather Forecant
For th) next 24 hours: Light
rain todi.y; probably clearing to.
night; coder Tuesday morning.
A GREAT GAME.
It Will be Seen In Kork Inland Weilnomlay,
Arrangements were completed
with Manager Manning, of the BoV-ton-All-American
Saturday afternoon for a game in
Kock Island, Wednesday, Oct. 4, at
Twin-City park. The two teams,
which propose a trip throughout the
northwest at the close of the regular
league season, will stop only at the
principal cities en route, the nearest
points to Rock Island at which games
will be played, being Chicago, Des
Moines and Kansas City. A game
at Twin-City park, with a population
of fi0,009 people to draw from, the
management figures should be wit
nessed by not less than 8. OHO people,
which if the weather be agreeable
will not prove a disappointment.
The Opposing Team.
The two traveling teams will lie
made up as follows:
Bostnn. . ro-itio: . All Atm-ric lis.
stn oy f )
Niclml l ' ..
S'iveti- "1 Pitchers ,
l-n-tr'clit I I
; eweher. J;;:;;;:kV,i
. . first Base . Beikli-v
..Second ltnuc M-itiitc
...Thinl Hiine Tlnvis
Slinri stoii Pnli'i n
.VoC'urlhy Lift Fii'td lirrwn
ihtoi Kitrut Field Wilmol
OulTy Outer Fu-td Sniiili
The Huston team comes intact, un
less some change is made in the pro
gram as at present agreed upon,
while the All-Americans are picked
from the tlower of the other National
league clubs. Grim is from Louis
ville. Kittritlge, Chicago: Rusie.
New York; Stein. Brooklyn: Peckley.
Pittsburgh: Manning an old league
player is from the Savannah's of the
Southern leage: Davis, New York:
Dahlen. Chicago: Brown, Louisville:
W'ilmot. Chicago and Smith Pitts
burgh. PRISONERS ARRAIGNED.
Those In the Count' .lull are Formally
The prisoners confined in the coun
ty jail awaiting trial at the present
term of court, were formally ar
raigned before Judge Smith this af
ternoon, presented with true bills,
etc. They were as follows:
Robert Wesley Reddig. petit lar
ceny, seeoml ofleuse.
James DeSelle. burglary.
Thomas Bailv, burglarv.
Calvin Hai'son and Jennie Chan
dler, malicious mischief.
William Jones, burglary.
William Doiiough. larceny by
All pleaded not guilty.
The Sinnett will content case was
called on the civil calendar at the
opening of court.
The jury in the ease of Johnson
vs. Kastman found for the plaintiff,
assessing the damages at 1 cent.
St. Anthony's lnispital is now
ijuite full of patients, and in the
near future it will be enlarged.
There are now seven typhoid fever
patients, one of which may be dis
charged this week: two patients as
the results of accidents, one pneu
monia and one debility. In some
way an unfortunate report has
gained currency that because the hos
pital is under the auspices of the
Catholic Franciscan sisters, that pa
tients of that religion are better
treated than others: also, that the
sister use undue influence toward
turning the religious belief of pa
tient in that direction. This is
wholly without foundation, and the
sisters hasten to correct such a
bigoted report. No question are
asked as to a patient's religious be
lief w lien admitted, and only when
patients are beyond medical aid is
anything said with regard to relig
ion. Then the patient is asked what
minister he wishes to see, and that
is the only question asked, no minis
ter in particular being named.
Andy Ilohmati was taken to the
hospital last evening, suffering with
John Mahoney was admitted to the
hospital Saturday evening, suffering
from general debility.
William Durphey, o fisherman. Jiv
ing on a barge on the east side of
Beaver Island, near Camanche. is
missing, and hi friends are positive
that he was drowned Wednesday
night. The Clinton Herald says that
Durphey had been in the hapit of
coming to Clinton in a skitl anout
three times a week, and selling his
fish at Charles Feiner's market, foot
of Fifth avenue. Last Wednesday
afternoon he came up with a load of
tlsli. and after disposing of which he
went im town to make some mir-
chase. He returned to Feiner's boat
house at 8 o'clock in the evening and
started to untie his boat. One of
Feiner's men noticed that Durphev
had been drinking, and advised him
not to start out for home. But Dur
phey insisted on going, and that was
the last seen of him as he pulled out
for ; Beaver island at K:10 o'clock.
Thursday morning his skiff was dis
covered, badly crushed, near Ca
manche, and on a sandbar, farther
farther tip the river, his coat, hat,
and a jug of molasses were found.
It is thought that Durphey was run
down by the Verne Swain, she being
the only packet to arrive up that
night, several men nave been mak
ing a search for the body of the mis
sing man. but at last accounts it had
not been found. It is regarded as
certain that the river engulfed him.
He leaves a wife and child.
CHIEF SEXTON'S FIND.
IIoue of John, Alia Iavld., Kinpen
Searched and Four Overcoats Found.
This morning Chief Sexton, in
company with Charles R. McCord,
searched the Rispen house, at 801
Twenty-first street, between Third
and Fourth avenues, on a search
warrant sworn out In Mr. MeCord.
The chief's search was not unre
warded. The object of the search
was if possible to find the goods
stolen from Frank Taylor's house
some time ago. The find did not re
sult as expected, but they did find
four new overcoats, with the tags
still on them, a dark lantern, some
small trtols and a few other articles
of a suspicions character.
A IS.iliI Holibery at Krie.
At F.rie. on Saturday evening, the
hardware store of Joseph Guthrie
was entered and a lot of silverware
and two revolvers taken. As to
money Mr. Guthrie will not say. but
it is believed fully was taken.
A' posse has been organized, and is
scouring thecountry for the burglars.
Andrew Ward and John Jaeobson.
two Sunday indulgers. this morning
told "Squire Schroeder how thev got
an overdose of bug juice yesterday,
and being their first offense they
were fined 2 and costs.
Dr. C. P. Sampson, of the Scott
medical institute at Davenport, has
skipped out with a lot of hi em
ployer's money 'leaving a number of
unpaid bills. Dr. Wilson is close
after him however and will probably
run him down.
A young man employed in a busi
ness house was arrested on Saturday
evening on the strength of a warrant
sworn out liy a young lady, charging
him wit"h a serious crime, but the
matter promises to be satisfactorily
adjusted in the near future.
John Johnson, the Rock Island
man w he started .mt to pound a com
panion into pulp while the two were
illuminutiug the town in brilliant
tints Friday night, was taken before
Justice F.agal to answer the charge
of assault am! battery Soturdav.
1 tie eomp.aining witness declined to
prosecute, however, and John was
let off with the payment of costs.
Davt n port Democrat.
Iry Itones in I he alley "
F.vangMist Albert D. Mack last
evening spoke for the first time at
Turner Hall, where he attacked the
subject, Dry Bones in t lie Valley."
After some talk about how Ten
thousand people died in the valley,
the Lord told the bones to rise, and
they rose." he connected the origin of
that popular negro song. '-The
Bones Shall Kisi Again." After a
little more talk on bones he devoted
nimseii 10 me press. ome paper
has aid that people w ho come to
hear me will not get away without
paying for whatever salvation they
receive from me. Do they think the
gospel can live on wind! The press
cant: arvbotlv that refuses to con
tribute to the gospel should die and
go straight to hell." Then like the
eminent O'Grady in "Handy Andy."
Mack again called for "bones." Lie
said "God ha delegated, the minis
ters to rule the world and I dare anv
one to deny it." He upbraided his
brethren for not attending church,
saying "some of you are not only too
lazy to go to church, but you is too
lazy to clean your own houses-" He
again attacked the fertilizer business
for a few moments only, and then
newspaper reporters were again as
sailed. He poured into them all the hot shot
and vituperation lie could call to his
command, and hi effort will un
doubtedly result in the complete
annihilation of the professii n.
Last and least came the collection,
amounting to 2-lU. Mack then said
expenses were ?(i.0i). collection '.'.10.
"I guess." said he. "I will speak in
the church tomorrow evenin.'"
The Weather We liad in August.
The report of the Illinois weather
bureau for the month of August
shows the monthly mean barometer
to have been:
Monthly mean barometer. 30.03:
monthly mean temperature. 72.7:
highest temperature and date, 100 on
G. 9 and 10: lowest temperature and
date, 3S on 3i 't h : mean of inaximun
temperature. 96.0: mean of minimum
temperature. 48.7: monthly mean
max. and min. temp., 72.11: pie vail
ing wind direction, northeast: aver
age monthly precipitation. 0.!h
average number of days upon which
.01 inch or more rain fell, three:
average number of clear davs.
20; partly cloudy days, eight:
cloudv dav. three: daies of solar
halos,. 2. 3, 11, 12. 13. 14 and 21:
dates of lunar halo. 1 and 21: date
of polar bands, 27: dates up.m which
hail fell. 5: dates of thunder storms.
5. 10. II. 15. 10. 17. 24. 23 and 20:
dates of fog. 2i and 27: dates of
frost, 7 and 80: dates of auroras. 5.
C and 15.
The First Shoot.-
The iirst shoot of the Rock Island
(inn club took place yesterday after
noon, the following being the score,
the conditions leing 20 single rises:
J. Russ. o: W. Graser. 13: V. Stopp,
12: W Schumacher 11: Ed Mangels
dorf, 10; F. Luebrdan. 10: W. Hin
scher; 5; Alex Lipka, 14.
This was very good considering
the strong wind, ami most of them
never shooting before with trap. The
birds were clay pigeons.
Miles Judge, of Milan, hereby
gives notice that his wife,. Margaret
Judge, has left his bed and board,
and that he will not be responsible
for any debts contracted by her.
'in the meantime propose to keep you busy while wait
ing, b offtfing the best of eeaso-abl- merchandise at
c'ry weather prices
that you will lind interesting. We
will this week divide all our Bf.i.ts
from 10c up into two lots.
lot one 20c,
embracing belts worth 2.rc. 30c. 32c.
8.")C, 38e. 44e, 5oe, and so on up to 7oc.
Lot two 10c.
including these qualities 12c. l.V.
le. 20c.' ami 22c.
You wanted something cheap and
good. There it is.
SOMF. iloUF. ri:oFIT.l!LF. NOTloV.
Shrimp'.on's sewing needles, finest
in the world. Vie a paper. 2 for .1e.
One case good Adamantine pin. 4c
kind, lc a paper.
Al cotton tape. 2c a r
The famous Corticelli
II. 3 for
i i-vard -
ing silk. ; spool tor oe.
Corticelli twist 8 spools for. 1c.
A few gross of whisk broom-. 12e
grade, strongly made, wire bound,
plush tops, full size. Ge each.
The above item need no explana
tion, cvervrne knows such snap at
sight. Our notion department is the
best and most complete in this vicin
ity, and is full of bargains six davs
in the week and ;" weeks in the vear.
1720, 1722, 1724 and 1726 Second ave.
We will furnish your house complete.with Fur
niture, Carpets, Currains. Portieres, Shades,
Stoves, Dishes, Blankets, Comforts and Baby
Carriages. Reversible oil cloth. Prices as low
or lower than any Cash House will ask. Terms
of Payment Easy. By consulting us we can ex
plain to yon the folly of paying board when you
can pay that amount on a purchase of goods you
can call your own.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
18t 9, 1SU Second 4vt?n-,
0. F D -.'A'KNl!. ian-.K-r TELEP -iO B So. lJOfj
;.yOpn eve iiigs til! S c -ck.
Schneider's Bargain Counters.
Now Ready 16 Counters to select from.
Counter No. 1.
Worth $5.00 to $5.50 for $,?.75.
Col'xtf.k No. 3. '
Worth $3.50 for $2.75.
Cof.vTEK No. 5
COISTF.K No. G. j Col'XTEU N'O.rj"
Worth $2.5 Mo $3.00 for $175. ' ' Worth $1.75 for $1.40.
Col'XTEU No. 8. I Cocntek No. 9.
Worth $4.50 for $3.25. j Worth $3.50 to $4.50 for $2.00
Col'XTEU No. 10. I CouxTEiGNo.Ill.
Cloth tivp lace and button, worth! Worth $3.50 for $2.50.
$4. 'jo for $3.00. j
Col'XTEU No. 12. Goat shoes worth $2.75 to $3.00 for$2.
Mis Ken Mrhtol Mboee.
COI XTEU No.13 - Col'XTEU No. 14.
Worth $2.25 for $1.50.
Cocxtek No. 15.
Children's school shoes worth$1.35
to $2.00 for $1.00.
Women's Oxfords and Men's Low
GEO, SCHNEIDER, Central She Store 1811 Second Amce,
And everyone waiting f r rain.
OUR JEWELRY STORE MAN
wants to see vou on some very im
portant business this week. Hesavs
lie has some very handsome and ex
traordinarily low-priced cups and
napkin rings especially to show yon.
A KAKKF.I. nF l'll-S.
Satin finish, gold-lined, best quali
ty, quadruple-plated, silver cups. 8 4c,
easily worth 1.2."). Same, larger
size, 1. would be cheap at l.."o. A
very handsome, plain finish, elegant
ly chased up at $1.32, would be a.
bargain at s-2 od.
A BOMBSHELL OF NAPKIN RINGS.
Think of a sivcr napkin ring for 7.x.
A heavy silver napkin ring $1.00.
would be a monster bargain at l..r0.
A handsome. raied work and en
graved, satin finish, gold covered
napkin ring. 1 .25. sold everywhere
else for S'J.O ).
The genuine Roceoco border, hand
somely chaed napkin ring at 1.50.
never sold for less than $2.25.
The new harlequin and golden rod
coffee spoons now in full assortment."
New goods constantly In ing received-
In no department of our store can
w e save you more money or give yon
better value, than in the Jewelry
store. Every branch is under the
skillful and personal supervision of
WILL R. JOHNSON.
jCorxTEit No. 2.
Worth $4.00 for $3.00.
I Worth $3.00 for $2.25.
Worth $2.50 for $1.85.
Worth $1.35 to $1.50 for f LOO
Counter No. 16.
Various Infants shoes regardless
Shoes regardless of cost
MIXED HOUSE PAINTS:
".610 Ttur2 Avenue.