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THE AKGU8, SATURDAT, AUGUST 3. 1895.
Oysters at the Crown.
Only $1.50 to Peoria Tuesday.
Remember the log-rolling Tours
Oysters served in any style at 'the
$1.50 to Peoria and return next
L. 8. McCalie has returned from
Phil Mitchell has returned from
Fresh oysters, either can or dish, at
First of the season fresh oysters
at the Crown.
Fresh oysters, either can or dish,
at the Crown.
Tomorrow's excursion to Peoria
$1.50 for the round trip.
Remember the excursion to Peoria
and return Sunday, Aug. 4.
Spring chickens dressed to order
at Hess Bros', this evening.
M. Boltz and family have gone to
Chicago for their future home.
Plenty of fresh fruits and vegeta
bles at flesi liros.' this evening.
Company B, of Davenport, left for
camp at Centervillu this morning.
You can go to Peoria on the Tur
ners' excursion tomorrow for $1.50.
A II. Taylor, of Ottawa, was in
the city today on his way home from
Real estate at auction at 712 Sec
ond avenue, Monday afternoon.
Hon. K V. Hurst departed for At
lantic City, X. J., last evening to
join his wife.
Auction sale of real estate at 712
Second avenue, Monday afternoon.
Turtle soup at Joseph (lutsweiler's
this evening. Will be put up in
Two J-aere lots in Webb's sub.
it i vision for sale on easv terms by
' (Jeorge F. Roth.
The Rock Island route will sell you
round trip tickets to Boston Aug. 19
to 21 for $23. 'Jo.
A line building lot on Second ave
nue in desirable neighborhood for
sale by (Jcorge F. Roth.
Mrs. C. P. Coniegys and daughter.
Miss Mary, have gone to Boston for
a sojourn at the sea shore.
Brooks' grove will be an attractive
, place Thursday, where the Woodmen
hold their annual picnic.
Tim Collins is back from Fieeporl,
where lie had been connected with
the Mutual Wheel company.
Corn groxving does not result from
wearing nur $J ladii' and men's
shoes Dolly Bros., Twentieth street.
Kx-ShtrilT T. S. Silvis was reported
by bis brother, K. S Silvis, as con
siderably improved this morning.
The Sous of Veterans' excursion
last night was a very p'easant affair,
well attended and a success finan
cially. Miss Lena Sommers, who has been
visiting with relatives tho past four
weeks, returned home to Chicago this
Tuosday's excursion to Peoria is
given by the Temple Builders, of the
Christian church. Fare for the round
Next Monday and Tuesday the
Sovereign commandery of the Princes
of Iron will hold its annual session
A bright little daughter arrived
yesterday morning to brighten the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morton,
of 801 Eighth street.
Mrs. James McXamara and Miss
Josephine Hawes, of Fulton, visited
' today with their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. David Hawcs.
Tho Watch Tower management
has secured the royal Hungarian
baud for a return engagement of two
week 4, commencing tomorrow.
Three line Hats for rent in Indus
trial Home building, heated by eteam
and gas cooking stove. $15 per
month. Apply to T. H. Thomas.
!. II. Bucher will speak at the
young men's meeting of tho Y. M.
C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. Mr. Bucher is a theological
student of Dickenson college, Carlisle,
(irand lunch tomorrow at the
Tri-City Exchange, 211 East Sec
ond Mrcct, Davenport. He keeps a
linn line of domestic wines, liquors
and cigars, also the Schlitz Milwau
kee and Rock Island company's beer
The building committee is still de
bating on the ijaestion of whose bid
for heating the court house to rec
ommend to the board. It is not be-
lieved the committee is in anv
Highest Honors World's Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Crejm of Tj.Lu PowJtr. Fiee
in Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
quandary as to which plans will be
The great heart of William Mc
Enery panteth like the hart for the
water brook today, not that he is
famishing, but the flatterations are
due to joy which is bubbling within
it is another boy, and watch for
the white house darling.
Sister Mary Everista, whose failing
health necessitated her retirement as
musical instructor at St. Joseph's
school, returned last evening, after a
long absence spent in recuperating.
and will resume . her duties. She is
much improved in health. '
The three Orion bank robbers
passed through last evening enroute
to Joliet, where they are booked for
10 and 17 rears. One of them.
Sweeney, was a former employe of
the Kock island road, and a number
of his old acquaintances gathered in
the waiting room and tendered him
a farewell greeting.
John Smith, of Cordova, undertook
to put a belt on a threshing machine,
by reaching through an outside belt
which was running at a rapid rate.
The outer belt caught Smith's arm,
and dangling in this manner, his
body was swung around with fearful
force, free from the ground, twenty
times or more. The machine was
stopped as soon as possible and the
man taken out. It was found that
his arm had been dislocated at the
elbow, and he had received several
gashes on the head, which were at
tended to by Dr. Looker of Hillsdale,
none of which is of a serious nature.
Maj. Marshall wants an appropria
tion of $1,750,000 from the next con
gress for Hennepin canal work.
This is what he told Capt. Bryson
and Mayor Vollnier, of the Daven
port Business Men's association com
mittee, when they called on him in
Chicago. He did not tell them where
the canal route would be located, but
ho did state that the feeder would
come from Sterling or Godfrey bluffs.
II given the money he thinks he
could finish it in three years.
1 he slowness of the attorneys in se
curing right of way was complained
of, and additional help is needed
Those who predicted that Joe
Patchen has seen his best days and
that Jack Carry would never again
drive the black' beauty to beat his
record, and that he was kept out of
the free-for-ail pace here because
the company was to" fast, are now
willing to 'take it all back. In
the free-for-all pace at Cleveland
yesterday, Patchen won the fastest
4-heat race ever gone in harness and
defeated the king of pacers, Robert
J The fastest time was 2:04. the
second heat, and a full second faster
than Patchen went in his effort to
bent his mark of 2:04 at the mile
track. Davenport Leader.
Tnm Martin's Weahnen.
Tom Martin, the wayward son of
Davenport's city clerk, was again
landed behind the cell doors last even
ing with a charge ol forgery to ac
count for. It will be remembered
this young-man secured money on
his father's name a short time ago
and came to Kock Island and squan
dered it at the gambling tabic. This
almost distracted his parents, who
are among Davenport's most re
spected people, and unable to witness
the prosecution of their son. liqui
dated the amounts with the belief
that it would not be repeated. No
tices were published in the papers
warning all persons against cashing
checks for the young man. But yes
terday it was diregarded, and Tom
secured $32 on om at the Boston
store, and $18 on another at a meat
market. Tom's crookedness reached
police headquarters, and Oflicer
Faulkner found the forger in a re.
sort. When arrested Tom had a
third forged check in his pocket and
$10. The balance was lost With the
Caste boards. He will in all proba
ilitv have to stand trial, as his par
ents who feel his disgrace most
keenly and have done everything
to shield him from the consequences
of his former errors, will not be apt
Another New Factory Probable.
Messrs. T. F. Fish and W. T.
Murray, representing the Fish Bros'.
Wagon company, of West Superior,
arrived at the" Harper house this
morning, and are looking over the
East Moline site today. Their pros
pecting probably means another fac
tsry close to that of the Weir Plow
Lots are still selling in booniville
You t"aa Depend oa It
That Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea
Cure is an instant relief for colic,
summer complaint, .cholera morbus,
diarrhoea, bloody flux, chronic diar
rhoea, cholera infantum, bilious
colic, painters' eclic. and all bowel
complaints 25 cents and 50 cents
at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store.
We Hare the Document
to prove that Zoa-Phora stands at the
head as a remedy for all complaints
peculiar to girls and women. Mod
est ladies will not let their testimony
bs published in newspapers, but we
will mail them in sea ed letters to
ladies who request it. Zoa-Phora
Medicine com pan r. Kalamazoo.
Mich. Sold bv T. II. Thomas and
Marshall & Fisher.
That Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea
Cure gives quick and positive relief
in all bowel complaints 25 cents
and 50 cents at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. !
AN UNUSUAL CASE.
A Hampton Tonne; Mm on Trial for Cir.
rotating Otmcena Lltaratara.
A young man named Burtz. of
Hampton, is being tried 'in Justice
ltenrv s court there today lor cir
culating obscene literature. Bnrtz
recently came upon a neatly printed
card containing a dialogue, which U
capable of vulgar construction
Burtz, it seems, showed it to a
couple of young ladies, in whose
possession their mother found it,
and she was instrumental in bring
ing the proceedings.
The penalty on conviction is not
less than $100 nor more than $1,000
fine and imprisonment in the county
jail, and on conviction the prosecut
ing witness is awarded half the line,
Maj. J. M. Beard sley has gone to
Hampton to defend Burtz.
Willie' First Ja.
Willie, the 12-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Swathwood. was
found lying in a skiff at the foot of
Sixteenth street last evening by Offi
cers Mulqueen and Schaab in a semi-
stupor. ear by was a barrel of
whisky, which explained the cause
of Willie's condition. He and some
companions were having a feast.
The boy was taken to headquarters
and Dr. Kinyon summoned. The boy's
condition was decidedly alarming,
lie was taken home and this morn
ing reported recovering, although
having a high fever.
The whisky was carted to the sta
tion. It is supposed to have been
stolen from a car by tramps.
A net Ion Sale ot Keal fcatate.
William Stewart will sell his prop
erty, consisting of a 7-room house,
lot 58 by 160, located at 712 Second
avenue, at public auction Monday,
Aug. 5, at 2 p. m.
Reiit Bkos., Agents.
Mr, t'lirlat Maker Demlas.
Mrs. Christ Baker expired this
morning at 4:20 at her home, 2706
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. She had
been a long sufferer with an abscess
or tumorous growth. Beside her
husband, two sons, Christ and Hen
ry, and one daughter survive.
The funeral will occur Monday.
AH members of Camp 1550, M. W.
A., are requested to meet at their
hall tomorrow, Sunday, at 10:30 a.
m.. for the purpose of attending; the
funeral of Neighbor Allen, late V. C.
of Camp 204. of Cable, 111. -
Services at St. Joseph's church.
J. R. Reams, V. C.
J. F. Mlnuek, Clerk.
JOS KENT FURNISH KD ROOM TO LADY.
Apply at 329 Twentie b tlrt-ct.
OST V BOY'S 'OAT. FINOKll PI.KASE
J leavu at Auurs office and receive reward.
FOR RENT A 15-ROOM BOARDING HOUSE
with or without f.irnigbinir. Ennui ro at
410 Third ..venue
WASTED A POSITION AS OOACHMAN,
and alo to work ahnut premises : reference!
given. Address "3. M.," this office.
FR SAI.B W. P. HAWTIIORNK'8 PKOP-crtya-.
No 2Kt7 Siitb avenue. Iunuiraon
prcm set. Alro a good surrey for sale.
WANTED A LADY OR GENTLEMAN TO
" wriiin" at borne, all r r tiart or time
Good pay. Address J . II. N. ere this office.
pOM MISSION AND AUCTION ALL KINDS
i or goori bought and sold, disposed of either
at pr.vate silo or at auction. Harris Irvln,
Iftll Second avenue.
FOR SALE TWO YOUNO MAttC, GOOD
clap, well bred. ci T broke for deliver, fami
ly or roadster Diirnos e -. also two voting -..
one fresb. E. W. Rob nsjn. Twelfth street,
south of Aiken's
VEW MINKS DISCOVE-cED-SlO AND MORE
i made daily on email inr, stmer ta l, n,,r
rew plait of systematic grain and stock pe- nla
tion. Full-st inrestica ton solicited. Past
wotkirts of the plan ana highest ref. ranees fur
nish, d Send for our free booklet tell ng haw to
make money, even on the wiving side of the mar
ket; also our daily market letter, what and
where to ntiv. Active representative w.nted
A. (ilLUnRE A- Co.. Omaha buildinv. Chicago. 111.
)RDPjSLS FOR ORDNANCE MTPVMRa
t Rrx k Island Arsenal, Reek Island. Ill Aue.
S. 18'JS "ee ed proposals, tn triplicate, will he
rvviMuiiiinicvcKKI p. m XUUAI. SHf-
TKMKRH S, IsSS. for farnistrng Dved Cotton
Iturk.Tin. rtrsss. 'ron. Copper and Brase Kiveta
and Bmrs; Iron. Hra-a and Copper VTi e; Tacks,
Leather, Thread. Kot-e, Da-k, Pain:. O.le,
t hemic. Is, Pap-r, ' leant, g and Pnlithiie: Materi
als, File. Lumber, etc. during fiscal vear end
inn June SO. LI ts of Mippliel needed, with
full Ins met on., etc ,ean be b id on application
to COL A. R. BUFFING .ON. Comda:
$ 9 25
These are the Round Tri p Hates
ftora Rock Island via
M Mil & Peoria
Aug. 6 and 7.
For full particulars, tickets, sleep
ing car reservation, etc., inquire at
depot foot of Twentieth street.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
How he does eat !
That is your husband
since you cook his food
on the New Riverside
Is the, finest cooking ap
paratus on the market.
If in need of a stove, it
will pay you to call and
1615-1617 Second Ayenue.
' TO SOOTH THE
IS an old truism that can
not be gainsaid. It
knows but one language
the language of the heart,
There is nothing that ap
peals more strongly to the
heart and mind. How often
in life do we become weary,
gloomy and despondent, and
how quickly are such feel
ings chased away by the
simple, familiar strain of
music. If you are so sit
uated that yon cannot have
the music, procure some of
Ice Cream Soda or
Krell & Math's,
it will have the same effect.
Brick Ice Cream will please
your company you can have
the flowers in each brick.
75c for all Straw Hats from $1.25 to (2.50.
50c tor all Straw Hats from 75c to 1.
38c for 75c Straw Hats.
2oc for alT 50c Straw Hats.
11.98 for a lot ot Children's Suits worth from $2.50 to $3.50.
$2.95 for a lot of Children's Suits worth from $3.50 to $4.50.
$3.95 for a lot of Children's Suits worth from $5.00 to $7.00.
20c. 22c and S8c for Uomc-Made Shirt Waists and Blouses.
Children's Fast Black Hose 10c. Worth double.
Everything always as advertised at the reliable
county offering $1,000 reward to anyone who
than the price asked.
Mclntyre-Reck ory Goods co.
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
A Few Days More of July and Then More
Just to make things pleasant, and a .'it tie livelv, we
are going to make some musio that will be full of
harmony and melody in the way of good things at
prices which will tend to make yon join our all week
picnic and drive dull care away. Come and join us,
you're welcome as the rain was after our long drouth.
A mass of opportunities down this column. Read all:
100 ladies1 wrappers, worth 75c and 90c, this week
fiOO pairs of balgriggan hose, worth 25c a pair, go
this week for 9c.
200 yards 72-inch half bleached linen, worth 85c, go
this week at 49c.
1,000 yards yard-wide unbleached muslin, worth
7c, this week at 4c.
1.000 yards best calico, worth Cc, goes this week
1,000 yards splendid dark dress style ginghams,
worth 10c. at 4c.
600 yards toweling worth 5c, goes this week at 2e.
100 bottles perfumery, worth 25c, go this week at 5c.
2.000 cakes soap, worth 5c, go this week at 2c.
100 corsets, worth 75c and 1, go this week at 25c
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a line walnut, elm,
hack berry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, IDtdwIl it Lyndt Bloc
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED. BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, 'Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
II. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Rave on hand in lot In Sonlh Rock Ia'and on
eayu-ra; jnt ontaida ttaa tltf limit; rood
water: low taze. and chMD ineuraoca. Ten lota
on TbinjF-elijhtD vtrtct nd fifteenth avenue.
A numberof piece of fropertj in the city for
ale ant rent.
July Sale at
1709 and 171 1
To tUB Ladies of tlie Til-Cities and Vicinity
CUT AND MAKE YOUR OWN CLOTHING. .
Ladies wishing to do their own dress making
should secure and learn the famous KELLOGG
SYSTEM, which is equal if not superior to all
others in the market, by calling on or addressing
the undersigned. Will also teach the new
method of boning, the only stiffening in dresses,
etc., that does its work in a satisfactory manner.
The Kellogg System with full instruction given
for $10, and moderate terms for learning the
Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Agent.
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport.
All Ladies1 Shirt Waists at half price.
25c for 50c Underwear.
45c for Underwear worth 75c.
$1.95 for Men's Pants worth from $2.60 to $4.00.
Special bargains in Boys' Long Pants Suits.
Bargains in Men's Suits.
All $S.50, $6.00. $5.50 and $5.00 Men's Shoes at $4.38.
All $3.00 Tan Shoes at $2.00. All $2 Tan Shoes at $1.50.
200 pairs vt Ladies' FineShocs, all small sites, worth $4 to $C it $1.00
One-Price store. Only dealers in R6ck Is'and
can or ever has bought from them for less
The Remnant Sale
Was so well thought of and acted upon, that we will
continue this great bargain activity the rest of the
week and many new things will be thrown in, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
Rkmnants of Linens.
Remnants or Wash Coods.
Remnants ok Wool Goous.
Remnants or Ginciiams.
Remnants or Calico.
Remnants or Kvkkvtiiin.j.
Odds and Ends
In hosiery, underwear, handkerchiefs, gloves and
mitts, which will almost be given away. Every de
partment this week will be glittering "and bristling
with good useful articles very, very cheap.
A SECRET Just ask to see three things in dress
goods we are giving away this week scke.
A PROPHECY Times are going to be better very
soon. Every day more wheels begin to turn, and
crops are grand all over the country. I-et "us all take
a brace" now and say things look healthy and they
will be and come in and see us.
Second Avenue, Rock Island.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DBI7 mm GOOES
OA BE IBM AT
E. F. DORtf,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 8XC0ND AVE
Harper House Block