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THURSDAY. AUGUST 23. 1894.
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Bay a homo of Ueidy Bros.
Insure with Haesinjj & Hoc ft.
Otto's band tonight at Hincher's
Otto's band at Hincher's pardon
California frnit by the baket at
Call and see Dolly Bros', line of
grain school shoes.
Home-made broad, cakes and pies
at 1425 Second avonnc.
Band concert this evening at Hin
cher's Y.lva street garden.
The A riji s World's fair series is
la popular demand. Preserve it.
Miss II. O'Donnell, of Carbon Cliff,
is in Rock Island visiting friends.
I'-ee plant. Jersey sweet potatoes
and Hubbard siiah at Buncher's.
Try the latest in haiid-uivic bats
for sale at Simon & Moscnfclder's.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hum's.
Simon St MosenfeMer have all the
latest in nobby turn's and Ikjvs' hats.
Otto's military band at Hincher's
Elm street summer garden this eve
ning. Kemcmber the band concert at
Hincher's Kim street garden this
Otto's military band plays at Hin
cher's Elm street summer garden
Otto's band will give a first-class
concert at Hincher's Elm street gar
Mrs. A. F. Meader. of Lo Angeles,
t'al.. is visiting at the home of Mrs.
L. Kic hards.
They are beauties those new
styles of stlT hats iruon A: Mosenfel
der are showing.
This i the day for the big sale of
cotton batting. Tore white, C cents,
at Young Si M. Combs'.
Mr. and Mrs. Samnel Goode are
quietly observing the 4"th anniver
sary ul their wedding today.
Fruit jars 4 cents f.r pints. 5 cents
for quarts and f rents for half gal
lons, at Yotsng & McCombs'.
M. C. nice, of the London Cloth
ing company, returned iroia his New
Turk purchasing trip last evening.
Young St Mc'ComLa' new fall dress
novelties are ojening up. Fresh,
bright, stylish. Inspection invited.
Mrs. Catherine Selie-ucrman is be
ing tried in the county court before
a jury this afternoon as to her sanity.
The wreck of the Graves was taken
to the Uock Island luat yards this
afternoon br the Wevcrhauscr and
Nobby? Well, you will think so
when you see the new styles of stiff
hats Simon & Moscnfclder have just
No trouble to show them. Will be
pleased to do so the new styles in
sti J and Fedora hats at Simon'iSc M
The firm of O'Connor Bros, has
dissolved partnership, John J. O'Con
nor rrtirin from the business, and
James T. O'Connor continuing.
J. S. (iilmore returned yesterday
from Mn kinac after a 2-weeks' out
ing. Ho rt jorls Morris Kosenileld,
who is still at the resort, as enjoying
the best of health.
Base ball, concert and dancinj at
Overman's i-Iand Sunday i'Oth.
Itound trip. 15 cents onlv. The boat
and barjre will leave the foot of Sev
enteenth street at 2. 4 and 7:30 p. m.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
ehorrh will 'Are a social at the
church tomorrow evening. A liter
ary and musical program will be ren
dered, which will be followed by a
general social time.
If Mayor Medill would lust allow
the few obstructing republican al-
tlermen to run bim, and do exactly
as they have fruitlessly attempted to
force him to do. what a tine fellow
he would be in the estimation of
What a nice thing it would be for
the Union especially if the mayor
would adopt the Lnion s advice in
the controversy now pending be
tween the executive and legislative
departments of the citv. But will
he. Guess not.
C. F. Pinckard, local manager of
the Western Union telegraph office
has received notice of his transfer to
the Chicago office. He will be suc
ceeded here bv W. C. Scovel, recent
ly manager of the company's office
at inton, jowa.
Gen. W. A. Szhmitt leaves F'riday
tor Washington to attend the session
of the supreme lodge of the world.
Knights of Pythias, the general be
ing one of the three supreme repre
sentatives irom toe state oi Illinois, !
a distinction that few members of the
A. C. Dart is having the
store fronts of his business
block on Second avenue and
Eighteenth painted the ever cheer
ing whit). This idea is general
among our business men jnst now,
and there is nothing more attractive
and neat. We will be known as the
white city before long.
F. G. Clausen, supervising archi
tect of the Davenport public build
is in receipt of a telegram from Sec
retary of the Treasurer Carlisle,
stating that the building is to be
changed and made fireproof through,
nut and two stories high all over.
Further, it was ordered to suspend
work, and in view of this fact, work
was discontinued yesterday after
noon. The roof had already been
The Black Hawk Homestead Build
ing association has begun an action
against Robert B. Dick et al, seeking
the foreclosure on a house and lot on
Thirteenth street, between Brad v ad
Main. The amount of the mortfiraire
given the company was 1.000. The
amount asked in the petition is f3,
964.3". The company also asks that
its claim be considered paramount to
the liens on the property held bv
others. Davenport Times.
Awarded Highest Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grjpe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
toin Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
CROP OUTLOOK BETTER.
.. WEDDED BLISS.
Ofllclal Krporta on the Present (.eneral
The Illinois weather crop bulletin
for the week ending Aug. 20, con
tains the following interesting crop
Over the fcentral. and in a few
counties of the northern district, the
rainfall for the week was cencrallv
n excess of a seasonable average.
and was well distributed; elsewhere
the rains were principally in the form
of badly distributed showers, many
counties in the southern division re
ceiving none. In the northern divi-
ion. where rain fell, the corn has
been benefited and the reports indi
cate a mora encouraging outlook for
the crop. In the central division the
rains oi this and the preceding week
have been of the greatest benefit to
the corn, and while in some sections
there are many fields that are per
manently injured, it is now thought
the yield will be much hotter than
was expected a few weeks ago. The
reports from the southern division.
except where rain fell, are stiil dis
couraging, the crop being in poor
condition, dryingupin some sections.
and mucn of the early planted in
jured beyond recovery." Corn on the
bottoms is still in fairlv good condi
tion. Some damage was done to the
crop by hail on the 17th. Broom
corn is being harvested with pros
pects of a good yield of fair quality.
inrcsning oi wheat and oats is still
in progress in the northern counties.
Pastures and gardens have been ben
efited by the recent rains and are
growing nicelv. Potatoes will be a
light crop. Sonic clover is being cut
for seed. Where the ground is in
good condition, plowing for wheat is
being pushed, but in many localities
this work is retarded bv the hard
ground. There is no change re
ported in the condition of fruit.
tanners are still feeding stock.
The Iowa Report.
The mean daily temperature the
past week, according the Iowa re
port, was about three degrees above
me normal, witn an excess oi sun
shine, but the general conditions
have been decidedly more favorable
for all unharvestcd crops. I he
drouth has been broken bv showers
in two-thirds of the state, the south
west ana somn central districts re
ceiving the least Bmount. Tbe re
ports show an improvement in the
condition of corn in the fields
where the vitality of the plant has
been maintained and the ears have
been formed. A very large portion
of the acreage planted has been or
will be cut for fodder, and all reports
confirm the previous estimate that
tbe total amount of merchantable
corn cribbed this vear will be about
one-third of the average yield of this
state. The pastures are beginning
to revive. Potatoes, late sown flax
and millet show an improvement. A
good beginning has been made in
lt . Nlsaea aad Ml si Meta Ohm
The wedding of August E. Nissen,
of Rock Island, and Miss Meta Ohm.
of Davenport, was solemnized at the
First Jcrman Lutheran church, Dav
enport, at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon. The bridal couple was'attend
e I by Max II. Ohm and Miss Helena
Nissen. and Chris Breiholz and Miss
Anna Nissen. After the ceremony a
bmntiful spread was served at the
home of the bride's parents, on Vine
street. Tho reception occurred at
the Rock Island Turner hall in the
evening, and was attended by a great
The bride was attired in white silk
and orange blossoms, and the groom
in the conventional black. The
bridesmaids were attired in white
cashmere and lace.
The bride is tho well known and
much admired daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Ohms, of Davenport, and
the groom is the popular proprietor
of the South Park grocery of thi
A rieaaant Colncldenre, Indeed.
A most pleasant coincidence of the
wending is that the bride and trroom
both celebrated the 22d anniversary
of their birthday on their wedding
dav. Aug. 22.
The happv couple will be at home
to their friends on the corner of Thir
teenth avenue and Elm street, where
the groom has prepared a cozv lit
A large number of beautiful pres
ents were received by the happv
couple, showing the good will of nu
1 he Tower Muslr.
At the concerts of this week at the
Watch Tower, in addition to the mu
sic by Otto's band, S. J. T. Dal ton.
the celebrated English baritone, ap
pears. Mr. Ualtcn appeared as JJick
Dcadeye in the late productions of
"Pinafore" at the Watch Tower. He
was formerly a prominent member
of the Carl Rosa Opera company in
England; came to this country 10
years ago with Emily Soldene's eel
ebrated comic oira company, and
afterward joined Alice Oates, and has
since been associated with the best
opera companies in America, includ
ing Haverly's famous Patience."
He was subsequently for three sea
sons witn Anderson's casino coin-
company, and this season joined the
I'eshon-Andrews company, and un
fortunately was a considerable suf
ferer in tbe fire at Peoria a few
wetks ago, that consumed every
thing that belonged to that company.
air. vaitoo studied in Kurope with
the best ma-ters. and was a pupil of
tant ley. the great Knglish baritone.
His rendition of "Heart Bowed
Down" last evening received a well
Fair weather, slightly cooler Fri
day; light, variable winds.
F. J. Waaz, Observer.
The civil service commission nr Wncli.
inRtoa in May admit txl women to the
examination tofill the ration of
ant in the department of vegetable pa-
inoiogr m the department of agricul
ture, ine salary is f ,20 per year.
THE VERY THIXO FOR CHILDREN
l.'octor IV-rce s
They're so tiny, so
easily taken, so
easy and natural
in the way they
act no disturb
ance, no unpleas
antness, no reac
tion n f tar.D.fl
They're made of
nothing but re
fined and concen-
p, V M. K.U
CT1 r .rv. I l-i.-. r,f 1 ,. ....
dose is a corrective, a regulator, a gentle
Vhin TTH1 fAol M tsi1lr.ll Sf KO!n..MrH
InditTestion. take orw of these Uulo I 'dicta.
They atsolntely and permanently cure
fYtntiririfin SLnr Ktima,li T -. . . f : i
-- " ' .'tujunv, cm tL
or Biiious Headaches, and every derangs-
uui m mu ucr, bumuiL'o, ana uowei&
A'mmi nrvrr does Dr. Kne' Pntnrt
Remedy fail to euro the vt rv worst r-isra
of chronic Catarrh. Yon c-io jtidge of ths
chances of it from the ra&ks' oCor. They'll
Tbi nAH.T AKors hsltvrbd attocb
floor evtry ct o;ns for 10c Der week.
jolt REST. TESTS. AT 909 r IFTEENT11
puOK WAS TED. -APPLY AT TS3 TWENTI-
V Vfcal CUVVt.
ATKI-A GOOD GIRL FOR ;ESKRAl.
noue wora at uta rirrt avenue.
FOR SALE. A GOOD FPESH MILCH COW
and calf. EEfjnlre at 421 Third atreet.
IO;T-A PAIR OF GOi.r-BOWED SPECTA
i cl- i-care, at the Knijrhli TVmn'ar eamn.
FinJfr return km to It. '. CleaTeianr, over
uen"sum s cm; etnre. at d receive reward.
I IF B ROE-GOOI MN FAMILIAR
ti with the oa'urai premium vptpm can fw-eure
a p eamn ej;irciwan tan new ( b icuao cvm-
.axenange unnainir, cnicao.
HTAVr-n V Af:ltvT IV x?rwv tci t
If l.itlllntli.tMnfV.nlii-l . "
- ' ' " 1 " ill I ' I . , I UI UIII
' " . ' - .. . i. in !' 'I" . i 1 1 1 1 m iw IKT
cent: apprits make $S to $15 daily. Write for free
, . . - ...u v 1 11. .'VI. ill. 1vU.ll
pany, 16T Dc-arhora "treit, I'htc ca-
Thursday, Aug. 24.
This will be the last day in this
city of MRS. JANET JUDSOX, the
Mrt Jmlfon la the seventh danphter of the
rcvtiith daughter, born with a vtil aad the le-
matkib e gift of ecrond sirht. Rea le yoor whole
life like an open book. Answers qneMtons on
all ffiin of life, tells of bnsinefs, law. love and
marriace: telle if the one you lore la true or
falae. also tellu your lucky days and location:
rives Games; tells the name of the one you will
marry. This medium cannot be excelled. Her
reaclng-s are wonderful and astonishing. She
makes the great Ejryutian claims to give yon cue
cess in business and reunites the separated.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Located
at 13-"J Second avenue.
SCREEN DOORS, WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
And complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
1610 Third avenue.
The above is the lead
ing washer of the world.
With it the washing of a
large family can be turned
out in TWO HOURS.
It is a
VERY EASY WORKER.
Call and examine it at
16 1 5-16 1 7 Second Ave.
THERE IS NO CURE.
WE CAN HELP YOU
GRIN AND BEAR IT.
Here's Our Prescription:
"An occasional indulgence in
our ice cream, fruit ice,
orange phosphate or ice
cream soda." Krell &
Math use the finest
crushed fruits and the
purest fruit svrups,
and in ice cream thev excel all.
For Your Party
There is nothinjj nicer than a
brick of ice cream, so
cooling; and refreshing
and so easily served.
Every guest gets three
kinds of ice cream,
which is 6ure to please them.
Try one from
km & mm
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE,
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Try our buns. Better than bread.
Tjy, ante nnttT. tack. iun Att.
Siaikw pneH and lu(Hw knok . illatnM traa
MSwwknMJnr b, mail Whtn HMSprinw
awnarrnu. mticic RwnwKly win
Mr took aasun cu ohk m.
Mclilty re-Reck Dry Goods Co
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Trices jo tumbling down In the Linen IVpartm"nt.
We quote lour specials from among the many:
20 dozen handsome Satin Iamak Towels, with
knotted fringe, bln and pink borders, always hereto
fore 50c, go for this sale at 20c. Just two to a cus
tomer. 25 dozen nice, all Linen Hack Towels, hemmed and
colored borders, a great bargain at 14c.
About 50 do7.cn Hack and Damask Towels in a va
riety of styles, strictly all linen, nrw and fresh, worth
32. 35, 34 and 42c, all go at one price, 25c.
5 pieces real (ierman Cream Table Damask, 72
inch, three handsome styles, often sold as a leader at
87c, go p-r yard at jnst 6!c.
Heavy, soft and leathery, 72-inch, two yards wide,
worth all of 1 per yard, jouly 69c. The best offcritig
of the season.
A few dozen Silk Dust Cloths, best thing for
pianos and other highly polished furniture, were 22c.
Quite a lot of other Linen Department sjioclals
which will pay you to investigate.
Are th price rf oic seasonable Wh ; , ..
want the room for other goMa, n,j nr .,ri '("
says cost will cut no figure, good tuut m ,' ,.
A small lac of 90 pari, aks) St Ca'.lkr.. g., at ic.
TM raa. f aat rolo. rrto4 OratKIw Mj ;.. ,
wor k ant 10c. c 1 - " "H
9 !'- SVnittwra CoMnsx. K:1k "! Or;t,i i ...
Yes. clc.. allcrllit. irlvr4 rtia. fcatr , ', ' .' '.
n. Sn. at ai X'c.fu la m ymt cbuxc ptt )atU a- i " '
brr drives la waak Oudr wbka aetj ol't w u a.., .
ljr MSwd ap.
AL'. tv k-C 1.a4 ta-anrm"-Wa'-. i,ri . .
a Tc. -.U. 7, IT-clU SiJSa. f 1 . l.t; t- :tt t . "
ac a lj -
fslr iwimu' In p Irk from. A l!,a ,
!l-c.unl f Si Mtr crLU, ouc fourth, on all thani. . ' '
wr k at. j. '
During the pat week we have ree-;vM v. r ..
pb-ces of elegant Fall Dn ss ,'(.!.. ru itiy f ( t:r ,V.
imporiaiions. iinaome nw-l from ij,,.
1.". U 1 t .;..,
u ..... u, la-iunisi lMiiia Jr. rn
iea's own mill. The prices are po-itiv.-lv l..n.r
you will lie aeked elsewhere for similar z',n.. ,,j ,',
lurru. ani among ine assonnx'tit ar- sntnc -,,,
t-rns which cannot be dunlicatel lat r. U . .
invite your inspection. It is a tleaur- f r u-1 , ':
goous wuciurr you pucnae or not.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Are Right in Line with the Times.
We can't hypnotize you and compel you to .inspect
our stock. Your own interest and better judder.:
should bring you here.
Stoves anil Han Res,
Oil Cloths, Mattings.
We are complete house-furnishers.
Terms of payment easy.
We close at 6J0 p. m.f except Saturday.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
1809-1811 Second Avenue. The House 1-urnisher.
T&Il ShOCS At Reduced Prices
We have placed on sale our entire stock of Gentlemen's
Shoes at greatly reduced prices.
$6.oo quality reduced to
5.00 " "
3.50 " " " -2.90
2.85 quality low shoes reduced to
It is safe to state that we have decidedly the finest stock of gentlemen's Tan Shoes in this
vicinity, and with the liberal reductions in price all will be sold, and quick at that. If you are in
terested call early. Don't delay.
IsH. z, IK.
Shoers and Clothiers.
40 TEAM THV STANDARD.