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THE ABGUB. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1G3G.
A NIGHT OF MEAD.
Continued from Fifth Pc.
wrecked. Tha idhm; doc not uj
M to whctfctr mo j 1Iti war lost or
not. or whether tha loin applies
to n!rIr th upper works or tn en
tire boat. Ta Pitubarph was for
Tears the Bt;tip of tie Dismoad Jo
na, ft? wilts ine is still owned.
8b wii tbe largest and tioeat stern
wheel boat afloat on inland waters.
She had jost bsd a new bull placed
nn'er her, and was valued at 40..
000. The boat was maatered by
CepL Jane Itjland. The Pittsburgh
reached hre last Saturday ami was
vt dt riearel teileronjr at 4 p. m.
(or St. Paul, but h-r dfpartore wni
pos'ponrd and she was scheduled to
Aran' g the boats which were lot
in tbe Viiiippi at Ml. I.ouis wore
me L.ibitiit tooifer. IoriarlT of the
Diamond Jo li-e and familiar io
these wsters. Tbe Liable ransised
and sunk, carrrio down hr matter
and family, toppthor with other pas-
sp2r on nosra. sne was ralued
at !. j.
. fiarila(taa Craw Karap.
Two of thr Cb;co. Burlington &
Viiiu.-? i:iuwir company's train
crew from tLis city were 'prevented
from Iravinir St. Lonie on time in
eonsrfjueore of the cyclone, bat hap
pily aii ecnrd injury. Conductor
a. t. isaroer, in charge of a passsn.
ifer leaving here yesterday ruornine
arrived at the Miionri metropo.
iia at o o ciock ieiteraay arternoon.
just ao-.ut tbe hour tbe cjclone
struck that locaMty. With him were
fltrir2'm-n Denm'an and Brakcman
McKlbben. of this city. Tbe train will
come iu some time during the night,
as will train 49 in cbarke of Conduc
tor J. F. l.-com with Rrakmn
Lic-.m ami Hs'aman StubMetield.
Llsconi'a trai'i nhou!d havo arrired
bear at 8:3 this morning.
No raultis are reported alonr
tbe line. Trin are jjeit ng in anil
out of St. Iuis over the Merchants
bridge in North St. I.ouis. using the
P.ig Konr's tricks to Kait Alton,
where the Burlington's line is struck.
The route will only be used today
while a little lurvi-IHe n-ar the com
pany's bridge is tVing repaired. All
f eliiht and paenger trains are now
Frssh fiih at Long'a.
Tsy your water rent.
Use Auiiis want ads.
Fresh lib at liens Bros'.
Order carriages of Cralle & Co.
The bet broom Lee's Little Gem.
Waverly bicycle at Young & Mc
A closing eut sale at G. O. Huck.
Very pretty slippers for graduation
at A Isms'.
r.ror Craig ia home from school
Finest turno uts and reliable driv
ers. Cratle & Co.
Buy only the best, the Wavcrlr, at
Sole agency fur the Waverly bicy
cle at Young A McCombs.
Nice Michigan berries for can
ning by the rae at ling's.
Mt-rchauts lunch from 9 to 12
very morning at The Club.
Young Jt M-Coms can save you
m- nry on a Linn grade bicycle.
Call anil a-Tsminf the Waverly. to
be h d only at Young & MirCorabs'.
Bargain sale on ladiri' tan shoes;
3 jrralr rut t ft 'J'J at Doily Bros'.
Ktprince and rhxe attention to
every d.-uil. Cralle & CVs. livery.
F. i XI 'tsenfrlder returned from a
bu'lurn trip t Chicago lusteveo ng.
Insure your property against cy
clones and toroadurt in Keidy Bros',
Kver thing going at cost at the
closing out sale at tt. O. Huck
Stnedt'a. See the new style mattresses, cut
prices at Spicer's", 313 Brady street.
Charles Myers, of Davenport, was
fined t and costs in tbe police court
Don't be satisfiod until you see tbe
latrt in footwear. Adams' is head.
'Hurler (or the same.
Crystal self-cleaning filters Erie
and l bnmpion filters filters that
Biter. D.tsi rempnny.
"To cut a dsb, brio fl 99 in
ea-h. Ladies' tan shoes we had to
slsh So say Dolly Bros.
Tsn shoes are the latest for sum
mer this s-aon. and Adams' is the
place to see the leading styles.
lion. Ben T. Cable wtnt to Kansas
Hlshest Honors World's) IIr,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A rurt Crjpe Crejrn of Tartar Pojrsl-r. Free
worn Ammonia, Alum or stiv other adulterant.
40 YEARS TOT. STAHTMUK
City last n'ght. From there be goes
to st. Louis and tben to Ubicago.
Those misses' narrow toe, cloth top,
tan lace, have arrived and they ere
beauties. Only f 2 a pair at Adams'.
Dr. J. H. Rhea, a former well
known tri-city metbodist minister.
died at Clinton last night, aged 65
Davenport merchants are prepar
ing to observe Monday afternoon as
tbe Memorial day holiday instead of
Buy line furniture, carpets and
stoves, at cost at U. O. Huckstaedt's.
He is closing out to go into the man
Ira Buffum, of Aodalosia, reached
here from Minneapolis this morninir.
having been delayed several daya by
wasoouis op me river.
Tbe Tri-City Railway company
seat out a deco'rated train with band
aboard today, advertising the (ormal
opening of the Tower season Satur
day ana Suaday.
Frank Bshnsen, who has gone to
New York, takes passage in a few
dsys for Kurope, where he will visit
relatives and tour the country, re
turning nome about Sept. 1
A team of fine looking horses was
purchased by tbe mayor and tire and
light committee, of Joseph Morrison,
of Reynolds, yesterday (or tbe Cen
tral lire company. The price paid
John W. Davies, a well known citi
zen of Davenport, having resided
there since 1858, died there of par
alysis last night, aged 58 years.
His daughter. Miss Mamie, is a
teacher in the public school at Jos
lin. Hear Edison's phonograph free.
You can bear Edison's newest mod
eled pbonognph free at the Famous
shoe store. 222 Brady street. Daven
port, all this week. They are also
giving some wonderfnl bargains in
Tho Doubt family are now playing
at Black Hawk Watch Tower park, a
famous summer resort in R ck Isl
and, and are miking a big hit. Man
ager Davis writes that they are hav
ing a line time and the ptrk is very
attractive. Quincy Herald.
Kay Hawee Camp, R. N. A. will
give a grand excursion on the Mary
Morton Decoration day. Boat will
leave Diamond Jo landing at 8
o'clock ana 8:30 from Davenport for
Clinton and Kulton. Music bv
Bleuer's band for dancing. Men's
will be served on board for all those
wishing to patronize the ladies in
Tbe Moline board of education has
decided that the marriage of a teach
er in the public schools of that city
ennuis her contract with tho board.
The employment of married ladies
will also be discouraged in the fu
ture. W. J. Cox has been promoted
to the principalship of the High
school, succeeding F. A. Manny re
signed, his salary being fixed at
11.400 a year.
Jame.4 R. Prior ard, formerly a U. S.
mail clerk between Rock Island
and St. Louis on the C. B. & Q. road,
and whoso home is at Lewiston,
has taken the required examination
before the appcl'ate court at Spring
field and is now admitted to the
practice of law. If he is as apt as a
barrister as he waa as a custodian of
Uncle Sam's mail matters his success
is already assured.
Mr. and Mrs. Alencia, two of Billy
Anicnt's discharged circus perform
ers, left over the Rock Island & Peo.
ria road today for Cincinnati, where
they hope to secure au engagement.
He is a 0 ntortionist and she a song
and dance artist. They were broke
and bad to put up their baggage in
order to get tickets They are tell
ing all kinds of bad things about
Anient, whom they say fired them
and tben refused to pay their salar
ies, leaving them penniless.
Dustlcss A perfect dust annihil
ator, a money saver, a health pro
tector. No more scrubbing. No
more sprinkling. No more clouds of
dust. A perfect floor dressing; in
expensive. Tour janitor or scrub
woman can apply it. One gallon
will cover from 300 to 500 square
feet and wear from six to eight
months. Durable? More durable
than paint or hard oil. Prevents
wood from shrinking or splintering.
Transparent, ordorless and absolute
ly free from the sticky or greasy
qualities characteristic of other floor
dressing. Sold by Lerch & Ureve,
309 Eighteenth street.
Mm lilug a.iK Km Itaf.
. Mrs. Tyler D. Robinson tendered a
song recital to her tri-city lady
friends this morning at her pleasant
home on Twentieth street. The
vocal selections were furnished by
Mrs. J. R. Kimball, who sang sweetly
a number of favorite airs, accom
panied by Prof, and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Robinson wn assisted in re
ceiving by Medames James Connor,
J. r. Comegys, W. H. Dusinberre,
Stewart Harper and Miss Margaret
Tar A bias.
A pet of tar being used by the
Lewis Roofing company boiled over
and caught fire in the yard at the
rear of Schneider's shoe store on Sec
ond avenue this morning and created
quite a atir among the merchants in
Tbe fire department was sum
moned, and tbe flames were over
come before any damage further
than the lost of aa amount ot tar re
sulted. A Course of Hnod'a Sarururllli
this spring may be the means of
rrpiug jvu weu ana near iv an summer.
With a better understanding of the
transient, nature of the many phys
ical ilia, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantenorts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the know ledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed eo highly by all
who value pood health. Its benehcial
effects are due to the fact, that it is tbe
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating' the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which ia manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If ia the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
Be in TimeX
With your order for your Sun
day dinner. Send it to Hess
Bros., who have a choice line
of sessonaMe vegetables. Find
something in the following list.
to ax Hvans,
And Spring Chickens dressed
Home Grown Strawberries,
California Cherries, Oranges,
and Choice Eating Apples.
Get your order in as early as
Shoes well bought are
half sold that's why
ours sell to easily.
Oxfords, Blacks and Tans
See our f 2 25 Oxfords,
Blacks and Tans.
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
Free if Yours is
Cost $2 Annually.
C C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Avenue.
I II ESS DROSj
All Styles and Sizes.
Large display of bicycle sundries
Lanterns, all kinds.
Wood rim and tire cement.
Toe clips, etc
1615-1617 - SECOND AVENUE.
Krell& Math's soda water Is
refreshing when mixed with
their delicious Cream and
Fro it Syrops. The gods never .
mixed their nectar Into such a
tempting draught as
KRELL & MATH
Setve their patrons. It
makes their store a rendezvous
for the best classes of resi
dent, both old and young, in
town. Go into their parlor
and enjoy your ice cream, fruit
ices or ice cream sodas with
your lady or gentlemen friends.
They have the only cool place
In the city.
Party Supplies! Fine Candies!
Try a brick of Ice cream, three
kinds in each brick. Your
company will be pleased.
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 8econd Ave.
THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never
quite as tough as the bov, that's no reason why they should not have the last
ing, persistent quality which boys rcqure. We have well sewed, well buttoned,
well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splendid wool fabrics in good styles at S2J0,
$2.95, $H0, $S to $6.90
Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or. shield fronts at
$1.68, $2 SO. $2.95 to $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns
Star Waists, Mothers Friend Waists
We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think
we ought. .
Lots of K., S. & Co. men's suits at $3.90, $4.90, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicycle
IS invaluable for Nervous Prostration, Headache, Dispepsia. Loss of Ap
petite, Impure Blood and General Debility. A MOST DELICIOUS,
COOLING SUMMER DRINK. The marked antiseptic powers of this
preparation render it particularly valuable for the purification of impure
drinking water. To be used as a beverage or for medicinal purposes,
drink three or four glasses a day. After giving it a trial you will become
convinced it is the best in the market, absolutely pure and free from all
poisonous substances Beware of so-called Wild Cherry Phosphates, as
they contain mostly poisonous matters. COLUMBIA is guaranteed abso
lutely pure and wholesome, and makes a most pleasant beverage for sum
mer and winter.
4-outice bottle makes 2 gallons -8-ounce
bottle makes 5 gallons -
rOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
Be sure and
Here at Home
CLEMANN 2 SALZMANN
Sixteenth street and Second
prepared to show
and Children s Novelties
ild (Hherry phosphate
ask for COLUMBIA: Take no other.
You can find a finer display of parlor furniture than
you .see in many of the so called stores of big as
sortment All that is to be had in selection and price
we carry every day in the year, Our stores show a
finer line of carpets than can be found in any other
one establishment in this vicinity, and our prices on
these goods are as fair as could be asked. We are
showing some of the prettiest
That has ever been brought to the city, and you will
do well to inspect it, even though you do not buy.
Remember our line of goods contains all that a first
class home in our business carries. It's results we
are after and we want you to see our goods.
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
. & ' K.
you the new spring styles in