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July 1st i
Wc respectfully anaoance to all customers who
have tickets which guarantee a premhxm when $to
worth of Dry Goods have been purchased, that
we have set the limit of time for such purchases to
JULY. 1st, 1896.
After above date we WILL NOT give any pre
mlumj, nor will we recognize any partially punched
tickets. The tickets must aU be traded, out before
July ist, 1896; In order to get the premium. This
will give everyone ample time to trade out the
tickets they now hold,
started during the first half of June.
KLUC HASLER Dry Goods CO.
ai7, ai7J W. Second St., Davenport.
S22 0K SB!! Sst
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On Black Kid Oxfords for June.
Comfort and Durability combined.
PRICES THAT TALK.
WEIGHT &. BABBEB
1704 Second Ave.
One Foil Week of Pleasure
To the buyer of summer footwear at Adams',
closing Tuesday evening. June 30. Everything
in tan and white goods for ladies, misses and
children, men, boys and youths, at a reduction
of so per cent from the now prevailing lo
prices. Won't it pay you to investigate? Bring
your money and purchase. . '
Largest and Finest Assortment
That can be found anywhere and at prices that
astonish them all. We want money, you want
shoes. Come while the assortment is good.
One-fifth off means 23 per cent caved.
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also those which will be J
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X IS THE 2
VERY HEROIC CCNTTWENT.
Smetnu t Bar
Dr. C.-B. Kinvon retarned earlv
vesterdav morninir from hia trln tn
Detroit and pi a tired into the profes-
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luami Business wnicn naa accumu
lated daring his absence. He holds
that public sentiment if allowed to
express itself will be strong for the
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nwnuuB t ppi. Amen i, out ne naa
o desire to costume his work oa the
Thiala a gloriously brave senti
Beat oa the part of the good doctor.
Ia a controversy ia which ha
acknowledged by the organ which
iur ma coarae as tne logical
candidate, and ia which public sen
timent, as he eoaitrnea it. is strong
for the retantioa 6f Mr. Anient, he
has ao desire to coatiaae .hia work
oa the board. It ia a gallant,
heroie position the good doctor has
thus assumed. , After leading the
fight for the superintendent, and get
tinir the two ladr members tn think
aa he does, he is aow ready to desert
t- a . . .
vnxu . onaer -are, ana to aoandon a
cause which he asserU wonld win if
BBblie aeatimenft ba mllamaA tA
erciseitselL The pnblic, let it be
aaaea, asas ao oeiier opportunity to
exnrets itself than orer tfaa bald it
of the foxy doctor, who haa been the
geaerai-iB-cuiei 01 tne Amenc con
trorersy. The doctor should by all
means consent to ran. not nni tn
rindicate himself and his declare-
tioos, but to appease the Dnioa. ,
Verilv the doctor adonld nnu aa
the repreaentatire of Ament and the
Union's enlightened ideas of school
changes, and gire the public a chance
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Bat he should take the field openly,
for the frieade of the schools are
"dead oato" the still hunt scheme.
Marshal Kittilsen. of Moline. has
receired word from the Chicago
police department, which leada him
to think that plunder stolen by
crooks ia Bock Island oa Buffalo Bill
day was shipped to the windy city
from Moline. As soon as the depre
dations were reported to the chief of
the Moline police department he be
gan iBTestigatioa. It is the general
practice of crooks to make way with
their plunder aa soon as possible after
it.isatolen. The marshal went to
the express office and discovered that
three strangers had shipped a box of
valuables to aa address in Chicago.
It is the reply of the police in the
latter city that makes Marshal Kit
tilsen believe that the box was stolen
property. While the address was
not that of a pawn shop or "fence,"
the characters were well known to
the authorities. The raacr coinr
about the country gather at internals
ana aispose 01 the ul-eotten eains at
places which make a business of such
a practice and which are continually
upou auu ireo in mo great western
metropoli s. .
YK Udy'i Kaeapa.
A young lady from Moline who ia
emDloved in one of tha Rnrlr Tataiirf
department atores had a thrilling
ex Deri once and a mlr&onlona mmim
i.uu. m oowuua awiutiuii a fa Loe lnier-
soctioa of Twentieth street and Third
avenue about 7:S0 thia mnrnincr
while on her way to work. The fair
OTClist Was COmintr down tha thnr.
oaghfare at a fair gait. A horse
. . t a
aacnea to ouggy was coming along
Third avenue alowlv. It
the lady lost control of the wheel
when Bearing the horse. And a col
lision waa the coasequenoe. , The
mjc( waa nuneu uoaer tne animal,
her wheel taking a different direc
tion. Luckily for her the horse
Stopped OB the instant: and aha
caped with a few braises and a soiled
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BBunn. x oa wneei waa not aim
aged to any extent.
Jalj Kiaaralaaa aa tha Koak Iataad Rmta
Washington, D. C, and return for
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uuo iars. xicaeta on sate July 8, 4,
6 and 6. Return limit July 31.
Denver, Colo., aad return for one
fare plus two dollars, July 4 and 6.
Betarn limit Julv 25.
Buffalo, N. T., and return for one
lare piua two dollars, jaly 4 and 6.
Return limit Sept. 1.
One and one-third lare for round
trip to all stations within 200 miles,
Jaiy 3 and 4 Return limit July 6.
ChicaiFO and return for naa far
July 4 to 8 inclusive. Return limit
Milwaukee aad return for one fare,
14, 18 and 17. Betarn limit Jaly 23.
ror iuu particulars oi above and
man V Other low rate exenrainna. rail
at C. R. 1. 4s P. ticket office or ad
dress John Sebastian. i. P. a . rhi.
cago. or L. M. Allen, general ageat.
At Spirit Lake, the ereat Iowa earn-
taer resort, will be opened for the
nsning season May la. aad for the
regular summer season Jane 25. The
hotel and surroundings have been
greatly improved and many new at
tractions have been added to this pop
alar resort. A beautiful half-tone cir
cular descriptive of Spirit Lake aad
Hotel Orleans will be seat to any ad.
dress by the undersigned.
C. & Abkll, Mcr. Hotel Orleans. '
Orleans P. O., .Dickinson county. Ia.
- way a n.
it catarrh is a constitutional affection
ae those claim who haver blood tonic
to sell, that physicians, in extreme
eases freqaeatly advise change of air
aad climate to those eafferiag front
UP Catarrh is a climate affection,
aad aethiag but a local remedy or a
eh an go of climate will care it Ely's
Cream Balm, ia all oases of catarrh.
ia so efficient at to da away with the
nnsaslty . of - leaving homo aad
Meads, caaeing instant relief and a
perfect emre after abort coatia
atv evcxd f uahhi age.
Miss Elizabeth A- Taylor, dangh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John TeylorVfO
Fourteenth street, was married to
John H. Tindall. of Bowline town-
snip, last evening, mo weddiag
was celebrated at the bride's home at
8 o'clock. Kev. W. BU UarihaU of
the United rreahyterian chuch offi
UamUton rvrrywaa'the oeat' man
and Mis Goesie Tindall, a sister of
the gocm. Was tao bridesmaid. A
reoepUoa was given, after, the cere
mony, about fifty relatives and friends
being in atteadaaoe.
The bride for the past few years
has been teaching ecaool in Bowline
and Hampton. She is a graduate of
the High school '91 claps, aad a von a?
laur witu many irtcnue. ' Br. Tin
dall is a nephew of Aid. W. P. Tin
dall. of the Fourth ward, aad one of
Bowling township's thrifty young
farmers. The coaple will reside in
The marriage of George Ohge and
Miss Mary Anthony waa solemnized
Wednesday evening at the bride's
home, 1326 Sixth avenue. Rev. C.
A. Mennicke, of the German Lutheran
church, officiated, a number of friends
and relative witnessing the event.
Both bride and groom have a large
circle of acquaintances who will wish
them happiness in their new life.
HOME BUILDING ANNUAL.
The Rook Island Home Building
and Loan Association held its annual
meeting at the office of Jackson &
Hurst last evening, the books of the
association showing the year just
closed to have been a most prosper
ous one. Directors were reelected
for three, years as follows." William
Jackson. Emil Kbehler, August
Heimbeok, J. M. Buford, R. A." Don
aldson. The old officers were re
elected: President Henry Carse.
Vice President Sewall Dodge.
Secretary R. A. Donaldson.
Treasurer J. M. Buford.
Solicitors Jackson '& Hurst.
Auditing Committee John Cru
baugh, O. P. Olson. George F. Both.
In Moline Dablic attnntina la ill.
vided between the great flop of the
1 1 r m aa
auveritos irom tne republican party
and the pugnacious enconntar ia
Justice Snyder's court there the
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vvutsr uay. in tne latter instance
the ease on trial waa that of C. H.
Deere against Herbert K. Altas, a bar
ber, the basis being the desire of the
former to ' secure possession of the
room under the- postofflce occupied
by Alls as a barber shop. The at
torneys engaged were City Attorney
George Wood. W.' A. Meese and
State's Attorney C. J. Senile. The
trouble arose over a question of law,
Attorney Wood questioning the ae
eurracy of -a 'quotation by -Barrister
Meese. This led to a warm discus
sion in arhinh Mr Moms .
" ... .MWWOT? V1.HUI
dared that the former lied ia making
tne statement. Hardly had the lie
been passed wheq Attorney Wood
made a rush for the offending law
yer and attempted to hit him. Mr.
Searle succeeded ia averting trouble
by rushing between the angry lawyers
and keeoine them from encraviair in
a rough and tumble scrap. Peaee
was finally restored, and after a rep
rimand from the court, the trial was
resumed without any other incident
to rujiiB tne uignity oi tne tribunal.
Tha naauaar Om.m
The Work of circnlatincr'anlMoi-li.
tion papers for the summer opera at
the Watch Tower is well under way,
and the gentlemen in charge are
which the project is recetving at the
bands of the public. Thomas Mac
key ia in the tri-eiUea thia week aad
ia pushing the work, while Jack Cook
Mungs move ana aevoung
a good portion of his time to" it.
Secretary Lardaer wishes to call the
attention of tbe public to a false re
port Which haa haan inln.tHniul.
circulated, relative to the cost of the
opera series to tha patrons. The
books, good for 12 operas, will be
soia at a eacn wnich bringa the price
U "P uown to 33j eenta in
stead of 81.60. aa anm nartiaa h.
taken the trouble to suggest Atten-
uua ia Biau caueu to tne i act mat tpe
production is not to be cheap opera,
but the beat which the company haa
been able to secure. Mr. Meeker ia
a saaa, who ia amnaiatt wttk iv.
business and knows what he is get-
uog wuen ne select an opera troupe.
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles P If not, get a bottle
mi vift r... mIi.i "
" w - sum, a iu. muiviav
has Bden foand tn ha na-tlsnlarl
adapted to the relief aad-mro of ail
Female Complaint, exerting a won
derful direct influence la giving
strength and tone to the organs- II
yon have loss of appetite, eoaatipa-
uv, wuran, latoung apeus or are
nervous. Sleenleaa. i-itahln nulu.
choly or troubled with diasy spells.
"wais uihwi ia tae meaicine yon
need. Health aad atra-vtik
aatoed bj.its vse. Large botUes
amI aAt. a tt.w.. a. itii . .
mm Ma a. uuwsjni
If SO. it Will be to oar advaat-M
to call at tha C. BL I a, p
effloe ia this city aad get fall- infor
ntatioo MJto eTaileas low cast
eursions aow offered bv thia moaiTa-
liaa. BemarkaCv low ratea to maav
delightful aumsaer resorts.
Pay yoar water mat. "
Order earrhens of GraDa 41 On.
The bees hrem Loo's UtUe
Jadge Adams is back front Sterl
ing. ' , -,T. , (- r- x
Men's linen suits. Sommera ft La.
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Mr: aad tin, Hcrataa Dstjea are
a a a a
oacK i rem taeir aoaayavooa trip. .
Mis Mvrtle Seara. 112 Tweatv
aiath street, west to Oehkosh, Wis..
tais morning. -
Mrs. Jannette rstnam, 2923 Fifth
areaae, has gone to Butternut, Wis.,
tor tne samnaer.
Herman Holtorf. -810 reartoaath
street, won tha bicycle given away
by Bijou Stock com pan at Harper v
8herrard announces a craad Fourth
of July oelebratioa. Aa ladastrial
parade, bicycle races and other sports
nave ooea arraageo.
Excursion do Clinton. Lvons and
Fulton every Sunday morainr at 7
o'clock oa the elegant steamer, Jo
ung. Tickets lor the round trip 81
Agent, T. 8. Dunning.
Special - street ears win leave
Moline end, on both Bin aad Bed
lines at 7:15 a. m., in order to con
nect with excursion train tor Peoria
via B. I. ft P. Sunday, Jane 28.
Misses J. and A. Leedham were
passengers' on tha steamer Tounir
today. They hail from lit. Fleas-
ant and are writing a description of
the river scenery between Burlington
ana noes: isiana.
The Lincoln Republican elub has
received a consignment of buttons
bearing the likewise of the im
mortal Abraham, which are to be
distributed among the boys at Moa
day evening's meeting. t
From the o'osine phrase of the
Union's Ament article this mornio&r
one may detect alarming symptoms
of locomotor- ataxia. Had not the
good doctor better make an exami
nation? . ,
Misses Jessie A. Murphy, Katharine
o. .arKin. Ltucy u. rrysiager. Marv
D. Larkin. Alice' M. Keator ' and
Louise Dart composed a 'party re
turning tousy irom a pleasure trip
hi ouriiogiun oa tne steamer w. J
Rasmussen ft Free will make cabi
net photos at 81.50 per doaea for SO
days, ending July 18; any style?!
notnwg extra ior groupa, and will
maxe two sittings, we save no
agents representing us. We aire our
customers the benefit of the commis
sion that other photographers give
ELEPHANT ON HIS HANDS.
a Pava-sart BBI PastaCa'war f Uat-
. tias; mnm wnaaCtraas.
Matt. Lamb.' tba 1) VAilvnrt: Kill
potter, felt very much yesterda like
tue tau leiiow in cue opera "Wang,"
Who had the elephant on hla hamla-.
Matt, had a bill of 8I8S ao-aiaat tha
New Great Syndicate Shows . and
va tti . a ... .
rarta uippoarom. wnicn pitched us
tents in Davennort veaterdav." and
n. .F . . .
i.u uaaagBoieat oi tne snows, atppo-
aroma, eie-yaiaa tmaniiest intention
Of Baviaar With tha nrnanlaau h.t
waa avreaahla tn Matt. H. iw.
fore swore oat aa attachmeat and
with Deputy Sheriff Kuehl went
down to tbe circus tent last night to
make aure of hia money. It was at
first intended to levy upon the cal
if . a . - . .
uopa, out matt, never piayea one oi
the thinira and it waa anro.tad
that the neighbors might white cap
mm oeiore ne naa learned, and he
Concluded to have his nanera aarvad
on the elephant. At laat in-nnmi
the officer waa in possession of the
ivpawn, a tu one aosenoe oi ex
pert testlmonv as to the valne of tha
critter there 'was a possibility that
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tue uianaes. attaenment mignt no
atretcnea to cover something else,
but the show moved on.
OH) TOO EVER suffer from real aer
vowneast Wben everv aerre aedacd
- with a aacaliar. caasoy
feellPIC. lral ta one place, ana tfcea ltvwaar
and all aeeined Snaily to coeeeatrate ia a
wrMkiaaJaaible ta Uw brala. aad yoa bs
cosM trrttabJa, fret fat aad seevwa. to bs
tollowad ay aa iaantent. waakeaed coadt.
Uoa of the ,aera craters. rtn?inf at tne
ean. aa4 sleepless, mbetabht airku T
IT IM ft.
tClv4 W me nearly iasaae aad
TT-.fH . . . "krakciaaa wrra saall
Was alnoat son aad erenr futa tolas
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I feaBr faarad I waa baroaia a ataaiae. I
aU aarts of evil I Ills as aad would
erre-wraotbias- I conawaoad takias Dr.
watrve Barvlaa aad foar
as. aad I am aa wail new a 1
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w'tlY NOT DUY
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AKD SZX THZ 6SSAT
Pretty bed room ises 18 oajefc.
Very largo ddebeards oaartor
sawedT oak and nollh Cniahed.
large French-plate mirrors; gnat
Kios sideboards aa low as flO.
' Bireh eombiaatioa ttweaaaa aad
writing desk 118; oak at HO.
' Ladies' writtag desk, very pret
ty,, as low as t&.
, Kioe large bookeases at 15.25.
1 Fiae hall racks, quarter-sawed,
polish finished oak, large French
mirror at 87J ' x
- Fine china closets at t each.
Eird's-eye maple eeatcr tobies at
- Matting at lOe ayasd aad ap. ,
. W. S. HOLBROOK, .
103. 05. 107 Eiaat Second ctreet, - . . . DAVENPORT
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yoa aaa aUttheasateaMatwstfteoas far the least
.-FiuTwioaala.wluiaa?lioatloa, ttm nan n.
aervoas aaa sabeats, ss wn sa Uw efafliNa, seed not as taftorsd k tha aU
sssthsds. Tank esryW 1U raid eat vtLm satts.wklZ.r w
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sad sreofcustt ever mPavcaystL . we aavstaa kastawwa
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aavtsstteimnetsa. AH BUS aaek fnmltJfimli l!a la awawJ
IsfMjean). Ooatj aad stem aad sMsar attest, . it . .
Ne7 Torlt Denial Parloro,
115 nasi 1 mra sueex, .- 1 t
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THE PLACE TO BUY
Roan . iculiiss, , Picturca, Picture
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BAEGAQT3 WB HAVB.
Bf"n wool Carpota, Ms par
AH wool reaBswatav ts far
Very heavy halt wool Gsraeea.
10a per yard.
A few pieees of Boaj Cnssels
kft at 8e; Boxbmry Tasastry Oar
Good Tapestry OartMha, at to
Tapestry Portiars ah la as fS.U
Beat Opaqais skadiag ay tha Jac4
l aU widths very a&ani to alow
All wool iaTaia raA largo Una
of Preach WUtAaonaet aad
Smyrna rags Tory low.
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Vsaal tries Bit sad SIS.
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