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THE AKQUB, TDE8DAY. JULY 2?, 1896.
Dry Goods j
illiiHt lie Sold During tSie Xext
VVc will close out the above named amount of
Regardless of Cost.
We ar! overstocked, and must sell the goods
now while they are in season, to make room
(or new Fall arid Winter Goods.
Everything Marked Away Down.
During this sale we are
Cutting Prices to Pieces .
I'ourardless of cost. Fine quality goods are
reduced to prices on a level with the regular
prices of inferior goods. A visit to our store
will convince anyone that our reductions are
far greater than ever offered before.
KLUC-HASLER Dij Coods CO,
217 and West Second St., Davenport.
A.id-Sun.mcr Clsaring Sale of
Ar ! Tuns and Black Oxfords, j -ft-
Must Make Kcom
WEIGHT & BARBEB
1704 Second Ave.
We will continue to make the best lied and Black
Rubber plates for $5 and $S Then the price will
be raised; but we will always make
Gold Crowns, 22 B, for S5
Bridge work ani Teeth without platss 5
p'atts arr made by us.
bridge workmen ever in Davenport. All men have had from
10 U 15 year experience. All work guaranteed for ten y ears.
COME AND CONSULT US FREE.
New York Dental Parlors,
XJIt. IjITJER, Proprietor.
US East Third street. .... Davenport. If
V! C-mp PACKING CO.. IndlanapolU. Ind.
a saw J t., MA
' T 7 1
for Oar Fall Stock.
We guarantee a positively
painless extraction with our
celebrated local anaesthetic ap
plied to the gums no gas,
ether, chloroform, and no
dargcr for 50c, and free when
hav e the best operators and
Porli and Beans
Prtvmi virk Uvuto Savce
tha alwt ffhlfv sV.
siJ. Ht .1 w ... at.
OUR BOYS IN CAMP.
A Latter CouccrBlna tha Dolor at Co;
Camp Liscoln, Sfrixg field. III.,
Headquarters Company A, Sixth re?'
iraant, Ju'.j 27. We arrived in
springueia at 5:15 a. m. Saturday,
nd immediately went into camt.
We didn't find the grounds in as eood
condition as last year owing to the
heavy rains. All companies in the
Sixth regimen are neat and clean; all
the bojs are in best ol health; no
sickness at all. Sergeant Koe, o(
Company A, is sergeant ol the guard
and Serjeant Rear is dc'.ailed to the
commissary department; and no com
plaint about eating, either. Sunday
our menu .tvas exceptionally good
chicken for dinner which under
the supervision of Chief Cook Youo
was prepared in the best of style:
aud of course eating from China
dishes made it taste aii the better
The other companies used the regu
lar tin dishes.
There are with the Third and
Sixth regiments three United States
oifccers Capt. Swift, of the Fifth
cavalry; tirst Lieut. Ryan, of the
Third cavalry, and Lieut. Philips, of
the Twenty-second infantry, who
have been detailed by the secretary
01 war lor service as instructors.
Tbcj witnessed the drill Satnrday
afternoon and were a little severe.
bu acknowledged after considering
me iaci mat we nad not neen in the
battalion drill for a year that we
were very good, especially the Sixth
The following is our daily program
First call for reveille, 5 a. m. ; reveille,
5:1.; fatigue call. 5:30: mess call. C:
sick call, li-.'M; guard mount 7; drill
caii, . :30; recall, 9:30; school call.
10: first sergeants call, 11; mess call,
12; drill call. 'J p. m.: recall. 4: mesa
call. 5:30: assembly parade, 6:110;
iair.no, :.(; taps, 10; church call
Mi nil ay, b:M.
We have not much time for pleas
ure, and that 12-mile march
aiTccis the hospital coins to a
great extent, that is if it is one of
our regular summer davs. a
lieutenant in Company A says he is
j;oing 10 get sick be lore ihe sham
battle. J-iite a number of the boys
are enjoying sight seeing ihis morn
ing going through tho capital build
ing and its departments; and also
vioing Lincoln monument, both be-
ing very attractive places.
There will be very little work done
on ihe range this year on account of
the sham bittle aud the condition of
the ground. The tield o'lieefs nndr
the direction of Lieut. ISaker went
over the prospective battle eround
this morning. Capt. Glasgow, of
Company M, of Oalva. is field offi
cer of the day for the Sixth rcsrinicnt
At roll call Saturday night about
five of our boys could not be found.
Thcreforo next morning about that
number could be found doing police
duty. Corporal Larson had charge of
Uow Sunday Was Spent.
camp Lincoln was a much
favorel place Sunday. Beside
the people of Sprmgiield there wre
three excursions and it was said that
tho Sixth and the Third had more
visitors than all the otber regiments
put togetner. J hey started to ar
rive at camp about noon and con
tinue 1 to do the same-until 7 o'clock
in the evening, or until after dress
parado J be people of Springfield
undoubtedly took advantage of the
last Sunday the bovs are to spend in
camp. Itwasuiie warm all day
and bolh soldiers and spectators
bulTerea. rour members of the
1 htrd regiment were overcome bv
the heat, which kept the hospital
corps quite busy for a little while.
The Springfield press gave the
Third and the Sixth great praise for
the orderly m&nncr in which the
boys conducted ihemselycs, espe
cially in me aosence oi profanity.
woicn was some i-nies neard imoiic
the soldier of other resriments.
At 3:3) o'clock jesterdav afternoon
the company was assembled on the
parade ground, formed in marching
line and marched to a position near
general head quarters where religious
services were hell. Ihe two regi
ments combined in the serv
ices and the two bands alternately
played. IVver was offered by Capt.
A. T. MdVgan, of Moline, the chap-
mm ui ine aixia imaniry. capt.
Van Home, of Kockford, chap
lain of the Thi-d infantry, preached
a sermon on "Trust Between Man
and Man." Dress parade occurred
at G:S0 and the troops made a splen
This morning at C:30 the Third
regimont will break camp to spend a
day and night on s beautiful lake
called C ear lake, situated northeast
of Springfield. Troop B and the
Sixth regiment will remain at camp
nntil tomorrow, and tbnn comet our
work. Capt. McConochie is detailed
brigade officer of the day and Cor
poi at McConochie is corporal of the
gnard. The ground and weather
were never in a more favorable con
dition for the health of the soldiers.
Tbe MkKot la Trouble.
About 9:30 last night the mascot
from Company A was strolling
through one of te other company's
parade grounds and was severely
abused. A sergeant from Company
A happened to see the affair and
went to the rescne of the mascot,
bnt in order to do that he had to
come in contact with a corporal
about six foot, four inches, and who
weighed about 225 pounds, and con
sidering the small dimensions of the
Company A sergeant we thought the
fight would be one sided, bnt it was
just the opposite. The sergeant bap-
poucu 10 oe a very goo a man with
his dukes and all that conld be seen
of the corporal was his clothe on
one tide of Company A' street and he
on the other. The last we discerned
of the' Company A sergeant he was
oeing carried on tne shoulders ol 20
of Company A's men, he being the
hero of t he'd ay.
Private White, who left home a
few days before the company,
answered to roll call and everybody
was glad to see him.
v Sergeant Anthony arrived in camp
last night. J. E. M.
The Verne Swain was in and out.
The Douglas Board man made her
initial trip today.
The Sidney is due north tomorrow
night and the St. Paul is due south
in the morning.
Boats up were the City of Winona,
Jo Long, Artemus Lamb, West
Rani bland Sam Atlee.
The stage of water at the Rock
Island bridge this morning was 4:30
'and rising; the temperature 84.
The water is falliog from St. Paul
to Kock Island, where a rise of 1.03
foot is recorded. It is also rising at
Keokuk and falling at St. Louis. The
forecast is that during the next 24
hours the river will rise about 0.5
foot at Kock Island and fall slightly
to the northward.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, but perhaps more
generally when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
.biliajis fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, con
stipation, dizziness yield to Electric
bitters. 50c and $1 per bottle at
Ilartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
What came near being a double
tragedy was the climax of a drunken
For Your l'rotectloo.
Catarrh "cures" in liquid form to
be taken internally, usually contain
either mercury or'iodide of potassa,
or b tU, whicn are injurious if too
long taken. Catarrh is a local . not a
blood disease caused by sudden
change to cold and damp weather.
It starts in the nasal passages. Cold
in the head causes an excessive flow
of mucus, and if repeatedly neglected
the results of catarrh will follow,
and oftentimes an offensive dis
charge. Ely's Cream Balm is the ac
knowledged cure for these trouble
and contains no mercury nor any in
Motive for the Publication of This Evidence.
T- in lLv T7 i . -wr .
, lu wonaertnet Tnese
- ' "usb wno xu.isiair.eniy jjoueve There
Is no Help for Them.
. It is not to excite wonder tliat this tptimony
is bslng published. If such results seem mirac
ulous it Is because they are brcujrht into con
trast with rejeated fai.ures and difupDoint-
ll is, pirtaps, not nnnatoral that sufferers who
save tried this doctor and that uewtor. without
helni; care, should in r hcer disc-onragemei t be
lieve mat these troubles are real.y incurable.
lcctors who cannot cure tnem m encourage
te belief, and an there may ba wonder orea-
. "ixniu; .re, auer weea, year alter
year, coming rioru tbe best known citizens of
the Pminn.itP ami nam..).... I - . . . .
.u. i 1. ji 1 miv me;,;
lirs. York -c. Crnvfntii ini-..!.i.iu .1
It is not to ex?Ue wonder that ibesa cacs are
pr.nted itistocivc hope and courage; is t
give Intel ijence to those wno mt-takrnly be
liCT, that there is no help for them. It la to
demonstrate to all and for all that these troubk s
. .vi,..,.!., rcixveu. uui I). r
manenily and completely cured.
v 1-c no marvel that Drs
w i.riwiuru cure lata: cases. It would be
a murl if they did tot cure ihem. It la their
hn.inMllA.IIF. Hl.m T L .. . 1 . . ,
.... .... i! w.i ior w nil u
n-y wire espec ally cdh:atcrt and trainna. It is
..... -1... , wiiii-j nier nave tne laigcst and
w tleat eiyenenca known f mediein. Theirs
is simply ihe success wr.lchcoraes as the result
. ui. ..uu- irj pvciai wore, ot fon
centrstl k eLcrgy and skill upaa one special line
Those at a Distance.
Xo charee is evm made fnr r-nrwn notion
exaiiiiiiatiou and full opinion iu any case,
f.iiH-r in me omce or oy mail. IT you can
not come to the office wrilp fi.r snwlMiiw
prepared consultation blank and get Drs.
York dt Crawford's opinion of your trou-
Bronchial Cough Cured
Mr. J. J. FridST the ironlal , -Tfc.
Ciub " S10 Vain street, better known as "Ksllv,"
a sufferer from bronchial catarrh says: "After
a thorough trial of tbe treatment of Di'n. York A
Crawford 1 am eonvinewd that tfcj. .... -
cured me of a severe branchial cough, cenlracted
J. . FEIDAT, :o Mala street.
ThC tmuhla rkn sum.. .
-0C M-wa; 2TJ BUT IIIDn
Dtfmia.oi. &crl thin ia k.,.. 1 .
r " s -w iw prewj o ae
Permanent Offices, - - Suite
-uormw BaMioad mm Umlm
Milik, July 27. Mis Annie Mur
phy, of Coal Valley, is visiting with
Milan friends this week.
Mrs. S. R. Daxon. who has been ill
for some time, is recovering under
the eare of Dr. H. J. Huyett.
The city dad are having the low
places in the streets filled with rock
and gravel and the high weeds are be
The social to have been given at
the Presbyterian church lawn last
Friday evening was postponed on ac
count of rain till Tuesday evening.
The stock of groceries of the term
of McCulloch & Heath va sold Sat
urday to C. H. Smith for 45 cent on
the dollar. An inventory was taken
after the sale.
Louis Franiog.-who was confined in
Chicago with the tj phoid fever has
recovered enough to be removed and
he is n0w staying with his brother,
H. L. Franing.
Miss Grace Fitzpatrick, of Rock
Island, is vuiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Fitzpatrick. Miss Fitzpat
rick formerly resided in Milan and
her friends re pleased to see her
John Beck, Jr., son of John Beck,
Sr., fell from a load of hay at hi
home in Black Hawk Monday after
noon and broke his arm. Dr. Wig
gins, of Milan, was summoned to set
the arm and the little sufferer is
F. S. Meyers, who has leased the
Bastian farm, brought a few more
grewsome relics to town the other
day. among which was tbe stock of
an old gun which belonged to Baa
tian's father, an old grubbing hoe
supposed to have been Hugh McCaf
freys, and several gly looking
knives of various kinds.
What Conatltutca a Family MatHelna?
A preparation which ia adapted to the relief
ana cure of ailmenta to which member! of a
household are moat anbieet. and which U ,n
only alleged to do thlr, but has long and uofail-
iiiKiy proved us anility to do it, aaaurcdlr de
serves the title of a reliable fjmil madlelnA
Among titne-hor.ored preparations, which exper
ience ana tne unction or the medical profession
Indicate as deserrine of notmlar nrard andem.
fidence, la Hostetter's Stomach Hitter?, a medi
cine adapted to the eradication of d jspepsla, con
stipation and biliousness, tha three ninat f.
qatntlj occurring ailments that effect mankind.
i.unveu irom a noianic parentage, it is efficient
at well as pure and wholesome. It mUvnm
vons disquietude and inactivity of the kidneys,
and counteracts a tendency to rheumatism. For
r newing flagf irg strei gth and imparting appe
tite it can be imp'icitlj relied upon. Fever and
ague, rheumatism and debility ant remedied
Statements are Given, but to Quiet
Cured of Rheumatism.
Mrs. IJunnan Cox. residing at 808 west Fifth
wf fT SSVa tl .aa art.l a l.a. a
-Miceu wun rntnmntiswt
111 my limbs al-ont two years a-ra. sro In a snort
time Itextennoi ll , , i
and muscle f mw k.i j
- j j .
MRS. HANNAH COX, 808 West Fifth Street
Well, arter trying a nnmlter of remcd:e to r
i V.Tl,d,uV, w"-hoot ' J apparent benefit.
I c .ncluded as a 1 ?st resc.rf to try 1 lie new treat-mi-lit
1 if ii ii .. . . . 1 . al
relieved me h.-yond any d..ant, and 1 feel that it is
OT1 1 V A finus'lAn nf m (!.. ... a. . w ... .
Ti 1 1 .? " " -; uiiio wiurr a will
Home Treatment by Mail.
Crawford "Iloine Treatment' is eulled
..u., uy me Mi ifss 01 r eir omne practice.
Distant paiiento treated sticcefsfully at
home by a most perfect system of treatment
by mail. Vrite for free diagnosis and con
sultation. $5.00 a Month.
Im lu.les all medicino3 and is the total
fee in all cases.
They are Curing all Chronio Diseases.
Let it be known that daily wonderful saccey es ars
made by tte Sew Trtatuk nt in relief and cure uf
Catarrh, v. Rheumatism.
Chronic Dysentery, Kidney Disease.
Deafness. Nervous Disease.
Saaraleis, Blood Diseases,
Insomnia, siirj Diseases.
Heart Disease, Female Diseaaea,
Aad ill other Curable D issues.
v ..Tat)ort, Iowa, Jny , 1MB.
I hereby ert-fy that I have lerd to l.'ra. York
Crawford offl- ctt Nos. S3 and 4 on the
ee-ODd l w nf tbe McMaras hui nln f . i.n.
of one year from Jnoe 1. isssi, with the pnviiet
of renewal Dra. York A Crawford are pertna-nent-y
located ia Davenport and I most beirttly
ro v mend these physictaus to all rn n-etnf snso-
11 aid. . P. w. IrV.tr.
23 and 24 McManus Building
i 8j!iS I
" Cut Down Expenses." M
A woman knows what a bargain
really is. She knows better tlian a man.
"BATTLE AX" is selected every time
by wives who buy tobacco for their hus
bands. They select it because it is an honest
bargain. It is the biggest in size, the
Smallest in rvrJ- on4 it,, t a. 1u
.-. M MA WAIWWt auu
N The 5 cent piece is
u cent piece of other high grade brands.
At the Lowest Living Prices.
STEWART, the Hatter.
1 hey wiil tell you at the store.
Adams Wail Paper Oo.f
310, 312 and 314 Twefitletl. tenet
tiir. ft tt ."N 1 111 IIIUIIIV.
almost as large as the
Aim Is to Sell
Summer Undennear, all qualities at 25c to $3.
Shove the Dollars our way and we'll shove
VE ARE XOW READT
to remodel, rcllne and
retriui al! kindg of Fnr
Garments for the coming
Now is the Time.
All work 50 ar an teed at
ltennett's (.Jove and Far
Store. Also a full stock of
GIotcs and Furs on Land.
Orders prompt! At
no-"-aoIxa au,tUSaa4Tto sa. CnsUyy 10 toll am.