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THK ARBD8. TUESDAY; AUGUST 11, 1896.
Tm ist -a.
Must he Kohl During (he Next
Wc will close out the above named amount of
Regardless of Cost.
We am overstocked, and must sell the goods
now while they are in season, to make room
for nfrw Fall aid Winter Goods.
Everything Marked Away Down.
I hiring this sale wc are
Cutting Prices to Pisces
Kctfnrdlfrns of cost. Fine quality goods are
reduced to prices on a level with the regular
pric:s of inferior gocds A visit to our store
will :onvinc anyone that our reductions are
far greater than ever ffer-d before.
KLUC-HASLER Dry Good
217 and West Second St., Davenport.
i I Tans and Black Oxfords. II
Must Mac Room
WRIGHT & BAjR-BES
1704 Second Ave
HIE POPULAR SUBJECT
be with , lice coinage. Our ?2k gold crowns at $5, and our
gold tilling at $1 up are almost
Owing to the h'gh quality of
material we use in our plates
wc could not afford to make
.them for 6. The price is now
Uridce wotk. the most scien-
tili : and md-m way of replacing teeth. We do this work
at on'-half price. $5.
We en'tract teeth positively painless with an application
to thu gums no gas. cthr, chloroform consequently no
' For a short time we will present our patrons with a tube of
tooth p.istc of our o-n make, guaranteed absolutely pure.
All our work guaranteed for ten years. Come and see us.
Consult itio.t and examination free.
New York Dental Parlors,
DR. LAUEH, Proprietor.
115 East Third street, . Davenport, la
1 OUR AUGUST SPECIAL We will refund cash
K for so m'lw railroad fare on all bill of $5 or over
ior one momo.
'm. "k. m fc. m t y -mt
Clearing Sale of
for Our Fall Stock.
WE 11AVK BO I II
Free Silver Gold
Oar silver fillings at 50c are
Worth mnrn tliin n A.i-
A WOMAN'S OBSERVATION.
Mrs. Din, of Mollae, Write.
W. J. Brian.
Mrs. L. D. Dunn, of Moline, who
was one of the reception committee
on th occasion of the visit of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. IJryan, to the three
cities Saturday, has written the fol
lowing impressions to the Moline
Mail: " '
"Mrs. Bryan is a woman of win.
ninp; ners-'iittlity, genial in manner
and fraok in soeech. modified with a
slight reticence where personalities
arc involved. She impresses one as
a woman of much self-pose, not at
all elated with the apparently unex
pected position in which (-he is
placed. When ooe of the Moline
ladies alluded to the great satisfac
tion she must feci at the flattering
attentions shown Mr. Bryan her face
lighted up with a sudden glow of
feeling, and she seemed quite
touched, bat she replied gently:
The people are certainly awakened
and hey seem very sincere.1
She was plainly dressed in a dark
silk skirt and grass linen shirt waist,
and wore a black chip hat trimmed
with a profusion of lavender flowers.
She wore no jewelry of any descrip
tion. In (-hurt, she represents, per
fectly, the best type of American
womanhood, and. as one of the Mn.
line men said: 'Should she, as seems
probable, ever occupy the poeition
of the leading lady of the land, she
will stand as a type of our finest
country woman, and be in herself a
vindication of American institutions,
since in no other land on earth could
a woman be so suddenly lifted from
the obscurity of a simple domestic
life, and le able to fill .so gracefully
position so exalted.'"
GOSLIN TAKES TO WATER.
Toe l'tillalFlpti! Traveling Man Win.
the Klver Kacw.
The swimming race between Gos
lin. the Philadelphia traveling man,
and Krnest Wenzel, of l) .venport,
yesterday afternoon, drew a large
crowd ti the river, while all sort of
crafts followed the novel contestants
over me course. xue start was
made from the foot of R.ck Island
street, Davenport, the finish at the
hed of OlTerman's island. (iosiin
was an easy winner, making the two-and-a-hi!f
miles in 53 minutes
Wenzel csm-j in 17 minutes later. A
little excitement was inntillcd in
into the raeu by side bets that
a lad by the name of Ka3on,' who
had been barred out of "the
race and who was swimming
with the contestants for the purpose
Of showing them what he could do.
would beat Goslin out. The lad
demonstrated his ability to beat the
Philadelphia swimmer hands down,
but made a mistake in the course
and Goslin led to the tl:ig by 10 feel
or more. Bets were freely offered
after the contest that Hanson could
beat Goslin over any course. Goslin
swam against Wenzel across the
river here last year and defeated
Krlcaaoo I. a .louah. Sore.
The Dubuque built torpedo boat,
Ericsson, is a Jonah sure. "The scene
of her late catastrophe was the tim
ber dry dock of the Brooklyn naw
yard. The dock is 6,000 feet long.
100 feet wide, and has a depth of 27
feet. Work was over for the day,
and so far as can be learned, no one
was present when the accident oc
curred. A wave caused by a passing
sound steamer which forced itself
beneath the heavy caisson at the
mouth of the dry dock capsized it,
throwing it into the dock and allow,
ing the water to rush in. The dock
was empty, and the force of the
water rushing in caused the moor
ings of the torpedo boat, Krics3on, ti
snap, horling it against the end of
the dock. About 12 feet of the bow
of the Ericsson was stove in and the
stern badlv damnged.
r All Thine. In the W orld
A Ionic 1. what nervous people require. To Im
p n strength intj lb. nervous onrjnit-ra ij to ln
jre lt tra&qaility, prodded c .uej of unlit a lb
fui il l n:nt nre aroidtd. A medicinal tonic
that-like H-Btetters Stomach Br.ter. com
mands the blu. imiificj taneirra cf the healing
prefwion ard which institute, a g neral reform
la . bi'.lMn, djspaptic and debita:ed condifion
of thi f ynem, it surely entit'ed to . caicful trial
by Intelligent people, emablc of forming a dee
estimate of a midie'ne, from emphatic and often
recorded professional evidence In it. behalf.
Sot only arc tho terv an J ft mich in vfgorated
by the Bitters, but the system Is also tndawed
with unw inted powor o' resistance to Influences
in air. water or daily avocation subversive of
health. ProRlneullr dangerous am-.nz the Bret
named of these is ma'ai ia, 'nt which Ues'et
ter". Stomach B tiers ad rds a competent safe
guard. Kh.-amatis-a and kllncy tro .blcs are
als prevented and overcome by II.
If Voo Win L's a Llttla Kea.onlnc
and not be inlluccced by the claim
thatcatarth is a blood disease, you
can easily prove that catarrh is cli
matic Have yon not the severest
catarrhal attacks during winter and
spring, and have you but little evi
dence of catarrh daring the summer?
Yes. Well, this proves It is a cii.
uiatic disorder, inflaming 'he mem
brane of the nasal passages. It is a
waste of time and money to invest in
blood remedies. The proper treat
ment is a local application, and the
most proniDt ta cure is that popular
remedy, Ely's Cream Balm.
1SK6 Tea Taar G-aiantw-1896).
I wUl replace free all work that I
have done daring the past 10 years
that la not satisfactory.
G. M. Babcock,
1725 Second avenue
Dot Warn tiler Kaiaa,
In warm weather bowel complaints
frequently result from overrating or
over drinking. Foley'a Colic Cure
affords perfect protection from all
towel derangements and ia guaran
teed. Sold by M. F. Bahneen.
mix ait atrsiNua.
Milan, Aug. 11. Peter Rogers,
who has made his home with Ellis
Rouse, of Black Hawk, for several
years, will soon become a citizen of
Milan. He will occupy the house
which he owns on Dickson street as
soon as Busheart & Hollowpeter
have remodeled it. Mr. Rogers,
niece will keep house for him.
John Lambert will have charge of
the feed yard at the camp ground
this season. It is not yet known who
will have charge of the cooking tent
at the grounds or other concessions. '
A great deal of thieving has been
going on for the past few weeks in
Milan and the authorities are hot on
the trail. Only a short time ago
corn was taken from Enos Ailes aud
Dr. W. I Eddy, and Thursday even
ing Dr, Wiggins was robbed of bis
corn. Some horse shoes and mule
shoes, nails and hammer were also
taken from Fred Shellman's black,
Invitations are out for the mar
riage of Miss Jennie Adams, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams,
of Milan, to Alexander Bingmin, of
Bowling, Wednesday, Aug. 12, at the
home of the bride's parents in Milan.
The bride is one of Milan's fairest
daughters and the groom is also well
known, and their many friends ex.
The Curfew nine of Milan played a
game of ball with the Reynolds nine
at the latter place Saturday and sue
ceeded in batting out a victory. A
large crowd was in attendance and
the weather was line. The nines
lined up as follows: Curfews Ray
Kennedy, c; Hugh Cannam, p; li.
Woermann, ss; Fred Mosher, 1st b;
Arthur Kuthl, '2d b; D. Fitzsimmons,
3d b; John Carouthers, If; Nod a Wil
son, cf; Will Fitzsimmons, rf. Rey
nolds El McAdam, If; Haefle, 24 b:
Kistler, rf; Johnson, p; Clark, 3d b;
HufTman, 1st b; Freyta'g, cf; Foster,
s?; McVdam, 3b. The score at the
end of nine innings was 15 to 14 in
favor of the Curfews and the bell
ponied forth the joyous tidigs.
Camp Breezy Time on Van d ruff's
island lias two new members. Miss
Nora Adams and Miss Theresa
Petsrs, of Rock Island. Misses Vio
la Adams and Barbara Mandel, of
Rock Island, were am ing the visi
tors at the camp Sunday. The young
ladies of the camp gave a leap year
entertainment baturday evening
that is, they asked the Eagle camp
boys to come down. They were nut
slow in coming, either; and the en
tertainment soon began. Several se
lections were given on the man d jlin,
mouth organ, door bell and tin
horns, after which Miss Nellie Adams
recited "William Tell" and -Sockrej
and the Sotten Hen" with pleasing
effect. Miss Nora A lams sang several
solos, after which all sang at once the
son; they liked best and such a time
was never seen.
Miss Ada Manning, of Charlton,
Iowa, has returned home after a few
weeks' visit with relatives.
'W. F. Allen and wife, of Monte
zuma, Iowa, spent last Sunday with
A. A. Allen and family. O. S. Rose
man, mayor of Montezuma, accom
panied Mr. Allen.
David Sears made a Cying trip to
Peoria and spent Friday transacting
business there. The pottery is mak
ing rapid strides in the art, and ware
will soon be put on the market that
will make the pottery famous. About
thirty men are now employed. Ware
is made in sizes from one pint to 30
their regular functions, and the sufferer be strengthened and cured.
Ladies from all parts of the country testify to its marvelous
success in curing them. .
.... n "'le everywhere. Price, fl.OO per Bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. McLEAN MEDICINl CO., - ' St. Louis, Mo.
When a Visitor"
i Happens In
the housewife can alwava
rVf a r7'7i'iiAfTc I..nt.
She has Von Camn'a
'crk and Bean 9 in
honse. Always readv tn
serve and always pala
table. At all Grocers, ioc,
ISC and 20c.
Send ee in stamps for
mm ".f'l Vim.
CAiV.P PACK1XQ CO.,
They will tell you at the store
Adams Wall Paper Co
30, 312 and 314 Twentieth street
PrUm Ottered Contestant a,s the) Wasd
The sport arranged for the log
rolling of the Modern Woodmen,
which comes off Thursday, the 13th,
will be an attractive feature of th.
day, a number of special prizes beinaJ
vuc.cu as incentives, me races and
prizes to be awarded are as follows:
Bicycle Race Bicycle suit by the
London Clothing 'eompinv, first
prize; sweater, by Gjldsmith, sec
ond. 100 Yard Foot Race Two sacks of
flour, by J. M. Schaab, first prize;
pair of thoes, by George Scbn-.'ider,
Sack Race Sack of flour by J. T.
Shields, first prize; pair of shoes by
Dolly Bros., eecond.
Wheelbarrow Race Box of cigars
by Joseph Geiger, tirst prize; sack of
flour by J. T. Shields, second.
Climbint Greased Pole Suit cf
clothes by Sommers & LaVelle. first
prize; box of cigars by Bailey & Co.,
Greased Pig The pig when caught.
There will be a game of bs ball
by picked nines from the different
The bicycle course will be from the
hoptield over the Twelfth street pav
ing to Fourth avenue and return.
Aug 7 William Whiteside to
drew J. Marshall. s50 acres 'tl
27. 20, 2e. fl.
8 S. C. Berglund to C. A. Berg-
lund, lot 12. block 3, AUUv's second
add.. East Rock Island, $28J0.
Barbara Frink to A. F. Swanson,
lot 4, C. t. Mueller's assessor's plat.
uej . n. iw. f l,4W.
Elizabeth Korb to E. H. Guver,
tract by metes and bounds, Le
Claire's reserve, $1,575.
R. A. Smith to J. II. Kerr, lots 9
and 10, R. A. Smith's add., Kosk Isl
and, t550. ' t
Lieeaeed to Wed.
Miss Theresa O Couneil
Miss Aiiee Ttmrp
MUs Gertrude Yount:
Miss Ida M. 1'ettifer
Kichiird S. Trisrer
W iss I'ora K t :urr
.Iiilm Cramer. Jr
Miss Ht-rtua M. M. SeUul. Kock Islund
Kev. J. Z. Helm Haves Center. Neb
Mrs. Augusta. l.cwis H.i.-k Kluml
ruuiuei jippmirer (.'itieiunui
Mis. iA.-tiie KuiimaD llx'k Isluud
Old Von Ever
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your irouoicsr ii not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
rcmale Complaints, exerting a won-
aenui mrect influence In giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, faint ing spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spell?,
Electric Bitters is tho medicine you
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by its use. Large bottles
only 50c at Hartz & Uilemeyer's
Very Low Kate.
Very low rates will be made by the
Missouri, Kansas & Texas railwav.
for excursions of August 4 and 18,
September 1, 15 and 29, to the south,
for home seekers and harvesters.
For particulars, apply to the nearest
local agen t or address H. A. Cher
rier, 316 Marquette building, Chi
Many of the disorders peculiar
to women are caused by diseased
conditions of the Liver, Kidneys
and Bowels. Restore these organs
to a healthy state by using
Dr. J. Ii. McLean's
Liver Kidney Balm,
And flip fpmalA nrrranc tinll nprfArm
I YOUR FRIENDS
Are Making These Tubl!c Statements and
. - .-I iw. a uamiviu.iwnt vniumjK to an me r ull Benefits of
Treatments at S5 l'er Month Including all Medicines.
It 1. a a .table fwt that ihi r.H-o.. . t k
evidence constantly ocvm yiug thi rmi e is civra
brvevpev.'htara.oiuuly will kn.i.u, bat ho
are of ibe best ci rcler nr tn.incn anil social life
of Davenport lr.. Y:wk Crawford nuke it a
rale to vub'i'h ihr roia-tarr Mat. m.nt. cf ruri-d
pulcLts. Kvrrvufix yt tne ttsiIinoUalf which
nave atwurd iu ti e- culunii baa come tr.tii
tne bps or j-n. no: i.f torn ol-rore -nowni) "
of some d'.utnt ?tuj, ,u from the hciri. of
"lf fHISMIS ASU NKlvillM.lK-i, mho
have by the prrf -c t anl mitehli-w Voit l'n
rord M. tb d of Treatment Iwn rccHtnud. ennd
and lven a i e of l rc. every iu1ance
as the teetunriiT hts-n Ihf. tfoom ,itt....
of Praufni imOi itts whom vr.ii 11 bnn .t
dk Z roall anjir. .i:i1ii-d. fir minded i ilr
tni. delnci. of tesiimonv aiut urn a .ci
It proves in Vir. firat tiUc-
:ratrrord Ho what thejr i-ay they will do T
cure when they v tbey will cure, an.) In the
abortem foi-stMe time, and at ibe lo .tat poslulc
cost to the patients.
Kamot and addreAes pTvin In thr.
are not pLaut-.tus. bit an- ll-'ng wiinevses
They c-an be vern. IntetvM-w. d o-written to.
1 ;.re'on alr iwidcnu of this vicinity.
w. w.cMANrs. u.vnport.
K. T. Vakueuv Aiiv lMn Hii.'.v .tt
tarrhH V"'r' iWi l,,'k Tnu'. lvcnport. Cm-
Catarrh Vi:SIO li3 Far:11'n street, Davenport,
Mrta. Hannah Ox. SOS West FUth rtrea, lv
Behrt Cook, sixth and Brady, Davenport.
Mr. M.a. Wood linj fVeonil avenne, Dav
enii at, Ca arrk of tb Motnach.
W . P Uewes, sos west Locust atreet, liavi n
Jchn ai.LAiiAit, 71 Eleven'h s'reet. Rock
Islaud, Catarrh and Bronchitis.
Cured of Rheumatism.
Mr. Henry Cook, tf eidinj at f-ixtb aid daily
tn-ets. . .ullerer from rlieuwatisia for the l as'
in years, nays: ! have tried a arcat n-uuv
remedies, but found to relief. I waavin such a
bad ihip 1 cinid kardly work.
unxnr cook. s;m a,, a iirs.it.
Ibezanthe new tr. a mcnt of T)m York &
Crawford, and In a short iare of time I w en
tirely relieved of my trouble, rorllie benefit of
those RuBering (roni rheumatism 1 em s.y. if
tbe rdirertloii. tre followed teio f and cme will
lie the resalta."
Permanent Offices, - - Suite
Corner Second and Mala
OFFICE UUURS-S to 19 a tn., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8
At the Lowest Living Prices.
Summer Underwear, all qualities at 25c to $3.
Shove the Dollars our way and we'll shove
STEWART, the Hatter.
'K v. '
Heartily Endorsing the Low Fee System as
Feels Grateful for Relief.
Mrs. W A. Woods, reeidiaf; at l0i BeoaaS
aveboe. Iaverpot. mars: I have bea a uf
f. r r of eatarrh of the plomaca for a auuber of
era to such an extent tt-a' I almoM hvl a dw
: li-l for lingt, onsidraoie orvt m tow usa
aca . rt- r aatiinr .b4 a roat.iat aiu lietwraa
Ihe shoulder.. I be awn to th Lk 1 would tKVcr
JfS.t WOOD, lsflS svmj .trvave.
cet snvttiinc to to me tho leart tool, a I tried
to Qfelain relief frrxa the best phyaicias. fcere aa4
parent medicine without soccer. I took a.
vaotae of the new tratmewt of Dr.. tork A
Ciawtord and after s tbort.n.h tial of their r bi
edie, lam nt only imorovoo, hat am aatlrfleS
that a eout tnuatiea of their treatment a ill eulire
iv eradicate my di.aase.aaa 1 feel tuaaikful for
lb. oud It has dons a.e."
Home Treatment by Mail.
Tim lilienmuenal surveim of the Vork
Ciawfor.l "Home Treatment' U equaUed
otily by the snctvss of titir office traetien.
Ilistaiit ittUeuU treatetl miccpasrully at
nome by a most perfect sysU ui of treatment
by niaiL Write for free dtagiuMtM and eon.
$5.00 a Month.
Include all medicines and
fee in all cases.
They ara Curing all Chronic Diseases.
to, it be known that daily wonSerf.laarrrsae.ir.
made by tie New Tn at torn tin relief and cure of
. N.rvon. Disease,
r entage Disraeca,
And all other Curable Disesses.
Those at a Distance.
No cliarxe is ever luade fur consiiIUtion,
exaiiiiiialkiri and fall opinion in any rav,
either hi tlie'otlice r by iun.iL If joii iir
not come to tliei otlice write for iseviHtly
prepared cmistiltstion blank and et lira.
Vork t Crawford's opinion of jourtiou
23 and 74. McManus UuiWintf
p. m. Eaolayi 10 to 1 m.
Aim Is to Sell
UK AIIE NOW KKADY
to remodel, relloe and
retrim al! kinds of Far
Garments for the coming
Now is the Time.
- All work guaranteed at
Bennett's Glove and Fnr
Store. Also fall stock of
G1ovfs and Furs on band.
Orders promptly a